Trivia Answers Section: Oct. 8 Payson Roundup Print Edition

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Test your knowledge of local trivia with this special section. The "Questions Only" section can be found inside the Tuesday, Oct. 5 print edition of your Payson Roundup newspaper.

The "Trivia Answers" section can be found in the Friday, Oct. 8 print edition of the Payson Roundup.

Sneak peek question:
Where are these children standing in this 1937 photograph?

Clue: The little road between Main Street and Frontier was the site of several stills during prohibition. Can you name the street?

Answer: The name of the road is Bootleg Alley - The bootleg whiskey produced here was widely known as "Payson Dew." An elaborate warning system was developed among Rim country bootleggers to let them know when Federal agents were about to descend. The tallest girl in this picture is Pat Cline, mother of 2004 Republican candidate for Gila County Supervisor, Tommie Cline Martin. The house behind the children is the Boardman house.

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