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Journal Profile # 75


Sun, Jul 16th, 2000
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Name: Karla Wangen
Home: Rural Harmony
Age: 37
Profession: 1. Parent 2. City Clerk for the City of Canton
Family:Husband-Arlis Wangen; 3 daughters-Kayla-age 15, Krista-age 11 and Nicole-age 7.
Personal Hero: My grandma Nelda Knowlton. She is the beginning of the family that I feel lucky to have. Without her none of us would be here.
Hobby/Interests: Camping, reading, walking, gardening and spending time with my family. Unfortunately there is very little time for hobbies, but I do enjoy them when there is time.
Last Book Read: “Forgiving” by LaVyrle Spencer
Last Movie Seen: Little Stuart
Latest Accomplishment: Overcoming the obstacles of beginning the job working for the City of Canton. The first two years have been difficult and I am always learning something new each day.
Favorite Quote: I have 2 favorite quotes that I feel are good lessons to follow in life. Too many times I feel people are missing out on getting to know the good things in people because they aren’t following these two quotes. I see this happening everyday and I feel it is a good lesson to teach our children. Never judge another until you have walked in their shoes & Don’t judge a book by its cover .
What I like most about living in Fillmore County: I like the fact that we live in a community where most people are friendly and caring of one another. I think that this area is a great place to raise a family.
Fondest Memory: The births of my three children. Another of my fondest memories is the day that we moved from town to the country, from the day we were married we wanted to move to the country.
Prized Possession: I have several prized possessions that belonged to my grandmother and great-grandmother. I treasure them because every time I look at them they remind me of two people who were very important to me and I will pass these possessions onto my children.
Why I read the Journal: I read the Journal because it comes in the mailbox every Monday. I read the classifieds ads and also read through the meeting minutes for the City of Canton.

Watermelon Jam

Sun, Jul 16th, 2000
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3 cups sugar
11/2 cup finely chopped seeded watermelon (do not puree)
1/4 cup lemon juice
l cup water
1 package (1l oz.) powdered pectin
• In a bowl, combine sugar, watermelon and lemon juice. Let stand for 10 min., stirring occa ..... 
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7/17/00

Sun, Jul 16th, 2000
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Max, Maxxximum, Madcap, Cartoon, Food for thought, Fud 4 thot

Monday, July 10, 2000

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(no letters were received for the week of July 17, 2000)

To the Editor,

This is great! I will no longer have to wait long periods of my life for Mom to mail old issues of the Journal. The Journal is at my finger tips at any time of the ..... 
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Gene A. Ziebell

Sun, Jul 16th, 2000
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Gene Ziebell, 74, of rural Rushford, died Thursday, June 29, 2000 on his farm from complications of a heart condition.
Gene A. Ziebell was born on October 18, 1925, in Winona to Arthur and Marie (Dabelstein) Ziebell. He attended school in Winona ..... 
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