‘Pretty is as pretty does’


“I’ve always just lived like mother told me. I’m a little stunned that I’ve lived so long. I didn’t plan on it, it just happened. I reckon my mother raised me right. The right rules, the right food,” said Corinne Streitenberger during her 100th birthday Thursday surrounded by family and friends. Streitenberger, the daughter of Harry and Emma Graves, grew up in Lyndon, Ohio and taught for 19 years at Buckskin School in Ross County. When asked if she had any advice to people in the community, her children said she frequently says, “Pretty is as pretty does.” Pictured is Streitenberger with her five children, Peggy Lucas, Janie King, Carol Speakman, Ken Streitenberger, and Jo Ellen Gossett.


“I’ve always just lived like mother told me. I’m a little stunned that I’ve lived so long. I didn’t plan on it, it just happened. I reckon my mother raised me right. The right rules, the right food,” said Corinne Streitenberger during her 100th birthday Thursday surrounded by family and friends. Streitenberger, the daughter of Harry and Emma Graves, grew up in Lyndon, Ohio and taught for 19 years at Buckskin School in Ross County. When asked if she had any advice to people in the community, her children said she frequently says, “Pretty is as pretty does.” Pictured is Streitenberger with her five children, Peggy Lucas, Janie King, Carol Speakman, Ken Streitenberger, and Jo Ellen Gossett.

“I’ve always just lived like mother told me. I’m a little stunned that I’ve lived so long. I didn’t plan on it, it just happened. I reckon my mother raised me right. The right rules, the right food,” said Corinne Streitenberger during her 100th birthday Thursday surrounded by family and friends. Streitenberger, the daughter of Harry and Emma Graves, grew up in Lyndon, Ohio and taught for 19 years at Buckskin School in Ross County. When asked if she had any advice to people in the community, her children said she frequently says, “Pretty is as pretty does.” Pictured is Streitenberger with her five children, Peggy Lucas, Janie King, Carol Speakman, Ken Streitenberger, and Jo Ellen Gossett.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_20160804_141543.jpg“I’ve always just lived like mother told me. I’m a little stunned that I’ve lived so long. I didn’t plan on it, it just happened. I reckon my mother raised me right. The right rules, the right food,” said Corinne Streitenberger during her 100th birthday Thursday surrounded by family and friends. Streitenberger, the daughter of Harry and Emma Graves, grew up in Lyndon, Ohio and taught for 19 years at Buckskin School in Ross County. When asked if she had any advice to people in the community, her children said she frequently says, “Pretty is as pretty does.” Pictured is Streitenberger with her five children, Peggy Lucas, Janie King, Carol Speakman, Ken Streitenberger, and Jo Ellen Gossett.
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