You can find me chopping down trees because I am a forester (Nancy Foerester).


My dog is smart.  He knows how to fetch (Maureen Fetsch).


You'll find me right behind your car's bumper because I am a fender (Autome Fender).


If at first you don't succeed, try harder (Rita Harder).


Jack and Jill went up the hill (Tom Hill).


Keep your nose out of my business!  Stop meddlin' (Keith Medlin).


Hey, diddle, diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the cow jumped over the moon (Pat Moon).


Make sure you vote (Roger Vogt) in the next election.


I am a much revered-British naval commander who fought during the Napoleonic Wars and was killed at the battle of Trafalgar.  I am Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson (Jackie Nelson).


I used to work all day and party all night, but that was when I was younger (Roger Young).


I'm the dirty little coward that shot Mr. Howard (Jeffrey Howard).


The highlight of a wedding is when we say "I do" (Sylvia Idoux).


My name is Andrew Jackson (David Jackson), and I was the 7th president of the United States.


The Diamonds sang this hit song in the '60s, entitled "Little Darling (Carol Darling)." 


I greet patrons at the entrance to a hotel. I am a doorman (Marilee Dorman).


To stop the flow of water in your sink, turn off the faucet (Donna Faucett).


I subscribe to the paper and have it delivered daily (Mike Daly).


I am a little town 20 miles south of Duluth on Interstate 35.  Barnum, MN. (Nancy Barnum).


A great treat at the Minnesota State Fair is corn on the cob (Carol Cobb).


I spilled milk in the kitchen and had to mop up the floor (Bernadine Flor).


When you attend college and need funds, you have to apply for a grant (Dee Grant).


When I went shopping, I could always stuff my bag fuller (Jane Fuller).


When it rains, it pours Morton Salt (Rebecca Morton).


I attended the University of Minnesota, and went to the college of Liberal Arts (Jack Kollodge).


Let's take a stroll down memory lane (Dick Lane).


John Phillips Sousa liked to write this type of music.  Marching (Carol March).


James Bond always ordered this drink stirred, and not shaken.  A martini (Dennis Martini).


You're too slow.  You have to be quicker (Marilyn Quick).


When I need groceries, I go to the store (Doris Stohr).


Bobby Darin sang this hit tune called "Queen of the Hop."  (Larry Quien). 


Dennis "the Menace"'s last name was Mitchell. (Robert Mitchell).


Car buffs would really enjoy seeing an old Pierce Arrow.  (Helen Pierce).


My parents always told everyone I was the perfect baby because I was a good child (Jim Goodchild). 


A beloved president in the 1960's was JFK (Ann Kennedy).


A popular type of pear was a bartlett (Bill Bartlett).


I was chief of staff for George Washington.  My name was Alexander Hamilton (Linda Hamilton).


The Name Game or Fun With Names

This is an idea from an article I read.

I make a sentence with a missing word.

You fill in the missing word.

The word is the last name of a classmate.

Have fun - Good Luck