Mrs. Fields Trivia is HERE – Win FREE COOKIES!

Mrs. Fields Trivia – June 14th 2012

Here’s your chance again to win another amazing gift of FREE cookies from Mrs. Field

Enter the contest by leaving a comment on our blog.  If we pick you as our winner, we will contact you via the email you’ve provided.

We will draw 1 name from the correct answers given and that person will receive a FREE Mrs. Fields Springtime Tin ($44.00 Value, with shipping). Answers will be accepted until midnight (June 14th, 2012). Limited to one win per month per entrant. Winner will be notified via email.

Prize Details:

This week we’ll be giving away one of our Springtime Tin – item #11EV323, a $44.00 value, including shipping. It contains 60 Nibblers® bite-sized cookies. Perfection!

Question:   Fill in the blank….

Which president designated the 3rd Sunday of June to be Father’s Day?


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261 responses to “Mrs. Fields Trivia is HERE – Win FREE COOKIES!

  1. debra a affrunti

    President Lyndon Johnson

  2. Maria Laber

    President Lyndon Johnson

  3. jessika harris

    lyndon johnson!!!

  4. Beth

    President Lyndon Johnson

  5. Kim Rakoczy

    LBJ – Lyndon Johnson

  6. Ric Rivera

    Lyndon Johnson

  7. Lyndon Johnson!!! Thanks would really love to win :)

  8. Lacey Gross

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  9. Tammy alcorta

    Johnson i think

  10. Ashley Lane

    President Lyndon Johnson

  11. Monica Meza

    President Lyndon Johnson!

  12. Tammy alcorta

    Coolridge

  13. Jody W

    President Lyndon Johnson

  14. brooke scott

    Lyndon Johnson was the president who made the 3rd Sunday in June Father’s day!

  15. PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON

  16. Jena Whipking

    President Lyndon Johnson

  17. meghan murray

    lyndon johnson

  18. In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day

  19. Tara V.

    Pres. Lyndon Johnson did!

  20. heather kline

    lyndon johnson

  21. Tanya Murphy

    It was Lyndon B. Johnson

  22. Shayla Ollie

    President Lyndon Johnson

  23. Ziggy Orlowski

    President Lyndon Johnson

  24. desiree johnson

    Lyndon Johnson

  25. Kathleen e

    Lyndon b Johnson

  26. Angela Kelley

    President Cooledge!

  27. Wendy Bloink

    Lyndon Johnson

  28. jennifer dement

    president lyndon johnson

  29. Christie R

    Lyndon B. Johnson! :)

  30. Birdie Skolfield

    President Lyndon Johnson

  31. Peggy Lemos

    President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966.

  32. Brittany Tinaliga

    President Lyndon Johnson

  33. yvonne

    President Lyndon Johnson in 1966 :)

  34. Woody Kelleher

    Richard Nixon

  35. Preident Lyndon Johnson

  36. Omar Major

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  37. Jess Simpson

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  38. Sue Fredrick

    Lyndon Johnson

  39. Crystle Monahan

    President Lyndon B. Johnson?

  40. susan crutcher

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  41. Jamie Newman

    Lyndon B Johnson issued the proclaimation for the 3rd Sunday in June and Richard Nixon signed it into law 6 years later.

  42. amber moody

    President Lyndon Johnson!

  43. Cheryl Woda

    President Lyndon Johnson

  44. Becky Scroger

    President Lyndon Johnson

  45. Lisa s

    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    President Lyndon Johnson

  47. mary meyer

    Lydon b Johnson

  48. Kimberly Davis

    President Lyndon B. Johnson. Thank you!!!

  49. shirley m

    Lyndon Johnson

  50. lorrie murray

    president lyndon b. johnson

  51. Shandra Franklin

    Which president designated the 3rd Sunday of June to be Father’s Day?

    In 1966 Lyndon Johnson (L.B.J.), designated the third Sunday of June to be Father’s Day.

    But the proclomation wasn’t made official until 1972, by president Nixon. He made Father’s Day a national holliday.

    Thanks for the chance! : )

  52. shirley

    Richard Nixon

  53. DM Moon

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  54. Rena

    Lyndon B Johnson

  55. Antoinette Soto

    President Lyndon Johnson

  56. ANGELA GROGAN

    Lyndon B Johnson

  57. kim norton

    President Lyndon Johnson

  58. kristina smith

    In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day. Six years later, the day was made a permanent national holiday when President Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972.

    wiki

  59. Kyeisha B.

    Lyndon B Johnson <3

  60. Lydia Harpe

    President Lyndon Johnson!

  61. Jennifer Dysart

    President Lyndon B. Johnson!

  62. Angelique Drummond

    Lyndon B. Johnson. Thank you for the opportunity. Love your cookies!

  63. Shiraz

    Lyndon Johnson

  64. Tiffany Greene

    President Lyndon B. Johnson! :)

  65. Susanne Lemert

    Richard Nixon officially recognized Father’s Day as a holiday in 1972

  66. Lisa

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  67. Ashley Cox

    President Lyndon Johnson declared the 3rd Saturday of June to be Father’s Day

  68. Sheila

    Lyndon B. Johnson :)

  69. rosio ayala

    it was Lyndon B. Johnson.

  70. Jacinda Wright

    Lyndon Johnson

    Thank you. My 6 children and I would love to win

  71. Amanda

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  72. Kathy stahlman

    Lyndon Johnson.

  73. Chris Stuhler

    Lyndon B. Johnson.

  74. lacey demaire

    LBJ

  75. Jeremy

    President Lyndon Johnson designated the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day and issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers in the year 1966.

  76. Laurie

    President Johnson.

  77. Linda Badin

    Lyndon Johnson

  78. Terri Bollin

    President Lyndon B. Johnson!

  79. Raelyn Warner

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  80. Linda Carreiro

    Lyndon B Johnson… i can just taste your cookies now!

  81. Sarah P

    Lyndon B Johnson

  82. Barbara S.

    RICHARD NIXON!

  83. SHYAMA VEMBRAKATT BALACHANDRA

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  84. Woody Kelleher

    Lyndon Joihnson in 1966.

  85. jeevon kay

    President Lyndon Johnson

  86. President Lyndon Johnson

  87. Janice C

    Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966 declared the 3rd Sunday in June to be Father’s Day

  88. Debbie

    President Lyndon Johnson

  89. CHRIS WILKINSON

    LYNDON BAINES JOHNSON

  90. Nicole Davis

    Lyndon B. Johnson :)

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    President Lyndon Johnson

  92. Alea Shinn

    President Lyndon Johnson

  93. Bernice Schissler

    President Lyndon Johnson

  94. Lyndon B. Johnson

  95. staci wells mefford

    Lyndon B Johsnon

  96. Lori C

    Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  98. LBJ! Love them cookies!

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    President Lyndon Johnson!

  100. Angela Mitres

    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  102. anne dickinson

    i would say lyndon johnson.

  103. Helen Stockwell

    President Lyndon Johnson

  104. Crystal Young

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  105. Glenn Croman

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  106. suburban prep

    By 1924, the idea of a national Father’s Day was so popular that President Calvin Coolidge supported it. However, it was not until 1966 that a presidential proclamation declared that the third Sunday of June as Father’s Day. This proclamation by President Lyndon Johnson was made permanent by President Richard Nixon in 1972.

  107. Misty Hurtado

    LBJ!!!

  108. irasema d martinez

    it was Lyndon Johnson

  109. Erica C

    Lyndon B Johnson designated the 3rd sunday of june to be fathers day, although before him Woodrow Wilson and Calvin Coolidge reccomended that it be that sunday as well.

  110. Courtney Kroyer

    I FOUND SEVERAL POSSIBLE ANSWERS!

    1.] In the year 1915, the President of the Chicago Branch of the Lions’ Club, Harry Meek, is said to have celebrated the first Father’s Day with his organization.

    2.] In the year 1916, US President Woodrow Wilson approved the idea of observing an annual Father’s Day.

    3.] In the year 1924, President Calvin Coolidge made Father’s Day a national event.

    4.] In the year 1966, President Lyndon Johnson designated the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day and issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers.

    5.] In the year 1972 President Richard Nixon signed the public law that made the Father’s Day celebration permanent.

    So, depending on how you look at it, the answer could be: *President Richard Nixon
    *President Lyndon Johnson
    *President Calvin Coolidge
    *Harry Meek
    OR
    *President Woodrow Wilson

  111. Laura D

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  112. charise shorty

    President Lyndon B. Johnson. Thanks.

  113. Em Robin

    President Lyndon B Johnson

  114. kathy

    The first presidential proclamation honoring fathers was issued in 1966 when President Lyndon Johnson designated the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day. Father’s Day has been celebrated annually since 1972 when President Richard Nixon signed the public law that made it permanent.

  115. Ryan

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  116. Denise C

    In 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first presidential proclamation honoring fathers, designating the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day.

  117. Susan Smith

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  118. Jacqueline

    In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson designated the 3rd Sunday of June to be Father’s Day.

  119. Holly Thomas

    Lyndon B Johnson!! :)

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    Lyndon B Johnson

  121. President Lyndon B Johnson

  122. Nicole T.

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  123. Amanda Cook

    President Lyndon B Johnson
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  124. jackie

    Lyndon B Johnson

  125. President Lyndon B Johnson :)

  126. Kayte CookWatts

    Lyndon Johnson.

  127. presidend Lyndon B.Johnson. your cookies r nothing but the best in the world.thanksyou share…….

  128. ronda garnett

    President Lyndon Johnson

  129. EVA

    President Lyndon Johnson designated Father’s Day as the third Sunday in June, and in 1972 President Richard Nixon signed that designation into law.

  130. Petra Kaufman

    President Lyndon B. Johnson :)

  131. President Lyndon Johnson was the awesome president that made the 17th of June for all the fathers out there!!

  132. Noel

    Lyndon Johnson

  133. SunRae

    President Lyndon Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  135. debbie smith

    johnson

  136. Leueen Whipking

    President Lyndon Johnson

  137. carol

    LBJ! (Lyndon B Johnson)

  138. LBJ! Lyndon B Johnson!!!!!!!!! i never win

  139. Nikki Caldwell Parham

    Richard Nixon

  140. kamera jackson

    President Lyndon B Johnson :]
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  141. Annmarie W.

    President Lyndon B. Johnson!

  142. Will

    Lyndon Johnson

  143. Terry

    President Lyndon Johnson designated Father’s Day as the third Sunday in June, and in 1972 President Richard Nixon signed that designation into law.

  144. connie

    Lyndon Johnson

  145. jessica baughman

    lyndon b johnson

  146. Leslie Hartley

    Lyndon Johnson

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    Lyndon B. Johnson! I love Mrs. Fields!! :) Thank you for this opportunity :)

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    Lyndon Johnson

  149. Robyn S.

    Lyndon B. Johnson.

  150. Tia

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  151. whitney

    George washington

  152. Julie

    Lyndon johnson

  153. Mauricio Zuniga

    President Lyndon Johnson . GIMME COOKIEEEES!!

  154. Barbara Mayes

    President Lyndon B. Johnson I love Mrs. Fields!

  155. Nicole Toscano

    Lyndon Johnson

  156. Mauricio Zuniga

    President Lyndon Johnson

  157. Melody Pearson

    President Lyndon B Johnson

  158. President Lydon Johnson designated Father’s day to be on the third Sunday in June. President Richard Nixon officially signed into law in 1972.

  159. Frank Bragg

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  160. Christy Long

    Lyndon Johnson

  161. Natalie Vandenberghe

    LBJ

  162. Jay Whipking

    President Lyndon Johnson

  163. Debbie Turner

    Lyndon B. Johnson
    Thankya!

  164. Kathleen Walsh

    President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966.

  165. Diane

    Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966 designated the day, however it wasn’t a permanent national holiday until Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972.

  166. Cathy DeLashmit

    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson.

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    President L B Johnson

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    LYNDON B. JOHNSON

  171. sue brandes

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    Lyndon B Johnson

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  176. Sherri

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  177. Phoebe

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  178. Donel Payne

    President Lyndon B Johnson

  179. Andrea Hadfield

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  180. Amber Preer

    Lyndon B. Johnson in 1966, buy it wasn’t a national holiday until Richard Nixon signed it into law in 1972.

  181. linda brooks

    Lyndon B Johnson

  182. Priscilla Benavides

    Lyndon B. Johnson

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  183. Susie Waters

    Lyndon B Johnson. Mmmmmm Cookies!

  184. lyndon b johnson issued it 1966- but six years later richard nixon-signed into law 1972

  185. Amanda wisby

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  186. President Lyndon Johnson.
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  187. Nicci Tapp

    Lyndon Johnson

  188. Carie Anelli

    Lyndon B Johnson

  189. Jenny

    Lyndon Johnson

  190. Mary C

    Lyndon Johnson

  191. wendy adams lockcuff

    President Lyndon Johnson

  192. Dan

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  193. Lisa A Smith

    Lyndon Johnson

  194. Gary Ferguson

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  195. Terri W

    A National Father’s Day Committee was formed in New York City in 1926. In 1966, President Lyndon Johnson designated the third Sunday in June as Father’s Day.

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    Lyndon B. Johnson

  197. Jennifer H

    Lyndon Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson

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    Lyndon Johnson

  201. Jeanette E.

    President Johnson designated it Father’s day in 1966, but President Nixon instituted it as a national observance in 1972.

  202. Monique Molina

    President Lyndon Johnson

  203. Murielle Cat

    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    Lyndon B. Johnson

  206. Jeffrey

    Calvin Coolidge

  207. Veronica Depew

    President Lyndon B Johnson

  208. jack ripple

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  209. Lorraine C

    President Lyndon Johnson

  210. Andrew S.

    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  211. Julie A

    Lyndon B. Johnson

  212. Edwina Moorman

    Lyndon B Johnson

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    Lyndon B. johnson

  214. hanley wong

    Lyndon Baines Johnson

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    Lyndon B. Johnson

  216. Donna Armeli

    Lyndon Baines Johnson

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    President Lyndon B Johnson

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  220. Janet Johnson

    Lyndon B Johnson

  221. Julie S

    in 1966 President Lyndon Johnson signed a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday of June as Father’s Day

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    Lyndon B Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson

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    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson

  235. Brenda S.

    President Johnson officially designated the third Sunday of June to be Father’s Day in 1966.

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    Lyndon B. Johnson

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson
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    President Lyndon B. Johnson.

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    President Lyndon B. Johnson