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Re: Irenus and Julia Norin
Posted by: Polly Vann Date: September 23, 2000 at 01:44:01
In Reply to: Irenus and Julia Norin by Brenda Neitling of 299

Brenda,
       I don't think I can give you too much info but I did go to school with a Judy/Judi Norin but not sure where she might be now. I searched the Daily World for Aberdeen and came up with the following dated Jan. 24, 1948 and I'm not sure of the significance. I'll check a little further. There was a Ted Norin living in Aberdeen in 1988 (my latest phone directory for Aberdeen) when my mother was still alive. Here is the Daily World story (please remember this was written in 1948):

The Grays Harbor Spastic Society last night went on record as endorsing establishment of a local full-time school for cerebral palsied children, Ted Norin, president, announced. The group learned that there are now 2,500 cerebral palsied persons under 21 years of age in the state at the present time.


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