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Dorothy M. Grunke


A Remembrance: Walter Ellefson remembers that Dorothy was his first grade teacher. He also remembers his family traveling to Minnesota a short time after Dorothy had married and left Moody County. The family stopped to see Dorothy, and she and her husband took them all around the Minneapolis/St. Paul area showing them the sights. She was a very generous and caring person, for a trip to the "big city" was a big deal back in 1938/39, so it was really special to be taken all around the "big city".


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