by: Maggie Wilson, KIRO7.com Updated: Nov 4, 2017 – 7:13 PM
A woman in Washington state is seeking 100 cards for her grandmother, who turns 100 years old this month.
Angela Bertha Meier Gnirk was born on Nov. 15, 1917.
She was a baby in a Crofton, Nebraska, farmhouse with white walls and wooden floors. On the farm, they grew corn and oats. 
Cows, chickens and horses grazed around the home. The kids played at a creek on the property.
Angela was the first baby born in the house. She was one of 12 children and recalls once being caught in the pantry taking raisins, begging an older brother not to tell. They were mostly well-behaved, she said.
Angela lives in the Tacoma area now; she’s lived in Tacoma since 1962. (Scroll down for the address to send Angela a birthday card.)
She hated math when she was a girl, but loved reading, spelling and coloring. …
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