My Family Heritage by Mrs. Lindbloom
Table of Contents • Family Tree • Family’s Greatest Triumph • Photo Album • Family Crest • Family Traditions • Family Recipe • Places I’ve Lived • Person I Admire • Countries of Origin Maps • Bibliography
Family Tree Nancy Lee Lindbloom April 11, 1963 Kansas City, Missouri Robert Lee Frye October 26, 1936 Tulsa, Oklahoma Janet Sue Lukens December 15, 1940 Little Blue, Missouri Ruth Ann Jenkins May 31, 1907 Joliet, Illinois Raymond V. Frye November 17, 1905 Indian Territory Oklahoma Elizabeth Louise Mericle March 10, 1910 Independence, MO Gene Kenneth Lukens October 11, 1910 Independence, MO Siblings Carol Jeff Steve LeeAnn Table of Contents
Person I Admire • My sister, Carol, returned to college at the age of 45 to get her nursing degree • She had dropped out of college 28 years before. • She is a wife and mother of 5 children. • In May 2007, she graduated from Regis University at the top of her class. • Received the Outstanding Nursing Graduate award. • Works as a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurse at Children’s Hospital in Denver.
Person I Admire “It’s never too late to be what you might have become.” Table of Contents
Photo Album Table of Contents
Places I’ve Lived Table of Contents
Countries of Origin Maps United States England Germany Table of Contents
Family Crest Table of Contents
Family Crest Lindbloom Table of Contents
Family’s Greatest Triumph • My grandfather started Frye’s Fine Fabrics • Operated in the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s. • He was a successful and creative entrepreneur and learned his retailing skills from J.C. Penney himself.
Family’s Greatest Triumph Frye’s Fine Fabrics Table of Contents Stillwater, Oklahoma where the first “Frye’s Fine Fabrics” was opened.
Family Traditions • On December 5, we put our shoes by the door to celebrate St. Nicholas Eve • Chocolate fondue on Christmas Eve and open 1 present (pajamas) • 4th of July picnic and fireworks in Avon Table of Contents
Favorite Family Recipe Nana’s Peanut Butter Cookies 1 c. butter 1 c. peanut butter 1 c. sugar 1 c. brown sugar 1 t. baking powder ½ t. salt 1 t. vanilla 3 c. flour 2 eggs Cream together butter and sugars. Add peanut butter. Mix dry ingredients together, gradually add to butter mixture. Form balls of dough, place on ungreased cookie sheet. Flatten with a fork dipped in flour. Bake 8-10 minutes at 350°. Cool on wire rack. Enjoy warm with a glass of milk! Table of Contents
Bibliography • Johnson, Carol. "Greatest Triumph." Telephone interview. 12 Jan. 2011. • MyTribe101 - Awaken Your Cultural Connection. Web. 23 Jan. 2012. <http://www.mytribe101.com/>. Table of Contents