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Lifetime of blessings: Helen Zinnel marks her 104th birthday

Published 02/18/2012, Worthington Daily Globe

FULDA — 1908 was an eventful year: The Boy Scout movement began. The first around-the-world car race went from New York to Paris. Robert Peary set sail for the North Pole. London was the setting for the Summer Olympics. The first passenger airplane flight was documented. President Grover Cleveland died. Henry Ford produced the first Model T automobile. Western bandits Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid were supposedly killed in Bolivia, after being surrounded by a large group of soldiers. And Helen Ruckelshausen Zinnel was born.

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