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Fort Dodge, Iowa: Quiz


Question 1: The last two large meatpacking plants (owned by IBP and ________) closed during the 1980s.
Target CorporationHormelSuperValu (United States)Cargill

Question 2: Several local landmarks are named after Karl King, including the bandshell at Oleson Park, a memorial statue in front of the Fort Dodge Public Library, and a bridge over the ________.
IowaMississippi RiverDes Moines, IowaDes Moines River

Question 3: Currently National Gypsum Company, ________, Celotex Corporation, and the United States Gypsum Company operate gypsum facilities in and around Fort dodge.
Koch IndustriesAtlantaGeorgia-PacificDomtar

Question 4: Samuel Z. Arkoff, ________ producer
B movies (1980s to the present)B movies (Hollywood Golden Age)B movies (The exploitation boom)B movie

Question 5: It is located on ________ and 169.
U.S. Route 20U.S. Route 26U.S. Route 6U.S. Route 30

Question 6: About 7.7% of families and 11.6% of the population were below the ________, including 14.2% of those under age 18 and 7.2% of those age 65 or over.
Poverty thresholdBhutanCanadaBasic needs

Question 7: Fort Dodge is the home of Fort Dodge Animal Health (a division of Boehringer Ingelheim)[3], a major producer of pharmaceuticals and vaccines for vetinarian use, the company's headquarters were moved from Fort Dodge to Overland Park, ________ in 1995.

Question 8: Fort Dodge traces its beginnings to 1850 when soldiers from the ________ erected a fort at the junction of the Des Moines River and Lizard Creek.
United States Marine CorpsUnited States ArmyUnited States armed forcesUnited States Army Africa

Question 9: Fort Dodge is a city and county seat of Webster County, Iowa, United States, situated on the ________.
Mississippi RiverDes Moines, IowaDes Moines RiverHumboldt County, Iowa

Question 10:, ________, [2]
Collaborative softwareBlogE-mailSocial network service

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