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Eljay Wendel
June Adams Wendel was born 101 years ago on this date. Thinking of you, Mother.

Jacqueline G. Wendel
I already sang Happy Birthday!! I blew her a kiss on my mantle. I MISS her everyday. Not too many 18 yr olds jump in the car, drive 5 hours to hang out with their Grandparents!! We were so Blessed. The one time I took her to El Rancho & she insisted they wrap it to go. They said they’re not allowed. She persisted & asked to speak to her niece the owner or something like that!! June Marie Adams Wendel was a “One in a Million Lady!”

Ursula Adams
She was I remember when we went to Dinner one time and she put the Mashed Potatoes and Gravy in her purse. And we use to go to hear Irene and sing our hearts out. Poor Uncle Tod went to the car and slept until we were ready to go. I loved her so much.

Cynthia Wendel Seltner
Just did my own “Hokey Pokey”. I miss my wild grandma very much. She was so much fun. Mark and I took her to Eatin’ Park. It was around 9:00 pm. Just us in there. She knew we didn’t smoke, so she lit a cigarette and walked to the other side of the restaurant. She told the waitress all about us being Jehovah’s Witnesses and how we don’t do drugs or smoke. Then she told her that she (grandma) was a rebel heathen. She packed up her breadsticks and sauce, in her purse, and she took all the sugar and sweeteners. Gotta love her.

Eljay Wendel
Among the things she left me, I found a little cream pitcher. There was a logo on the bottom; so I looked it up on line to see if it might be an antique. I learned those pitchers were supplied to restaurants way back when. ‘Nough said.

Cynthia Wendel Seltner
Bahahaha! A little clepto!

Eljay Wendel
Ush, who is Irene? I remember the Harmony Club, way before there was karaoke in the U.S. Pitchers of beer and sing-long all night. I got carded there when I was 30. LOL

Christy Wendel Levine
She was on my mind today too. Happy Birthday grandma!

Ursula Adams
The Harmony Cub is where Irene the Old Lady played the Piano and flashed the word on the wall. We went there almost all the time with your Mother and Dad. Singing our hearts out and the evening ended with her playing Good Night Irene

Cynthia Wendel Seltner
Oh my gosh, I remember the Harmony Club!

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