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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - May 8, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana May 1994 Even Kad to found time for activities at school playing her limited Pveo yaffil a big family your u rHaPPX People Style Department B Tribune B1 Many moms tvittgcts or a trip to a restaurant others wttCget something different and rather The Kpkpmo tribune recently requestedand receivedtributes from readers about BeCow are some of those words of It has taken a few years for me to but it isnt the advice or old tales my mom has told me that makes her It is the she has lived her us her faith in God she has shown my sisters and myself how to be a wiser and more understanding She has also taught us the importance of strong family She has told us that we can always count on her for not just because she is our because she loves us And we love her the Happy Mothers We love Submitted by Mary Page 318 W Elm St My Mildred is a very rare individual She raised eight a handicap of notbeing atye to hear andduring a very difficult tirhe when high tech appliances Were I can Virginia submitted this card madefor her by her daughter Jane in 1963 badtimls as well as the Morns hashelped mejto thisdayxbe the person I ivijrmojiier 1 taught me more about raising a and J hops and pray I have passedthis on to my She but she had a fulltime jobat Ithank God that shp was able to be home VilaMEd when we got home There was a lot we did but today I wouldnt for Ihe tiine my mother Im sure my mother Was tired a lot but she told me she never t wished for apy of us Mother is now 76 years old and W delights in family now as did when were growing We 1 all live in this sister in What Mom misses the most is notJiavingtthe rpom to fix holiday meals for all her family not i that she couldnt do consists of 20 grandchil i dren and 23 After fwas marriied I ask Mom for a recipe and she apindi of this and a pinch of V I started canjvingjafter Istarted my she would be there to hejp even though she I I dont iJ know how itbutI am sure it is her livingthathas taken hef this She is very rare M SubniittedbyFanyaStewqrt J1 1900 Washington Related stories A local woman reflects on Page B2
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