Frank and Faye Ronk of Raymore fell in love during four years of letter-writing while he served in World War II. Meanwhile, she helped build warplanes in Nebraska.
Frank and Faye Ronk of Raymore fell in love during four years of letter-writing while he served in World War II. Meanwhile, she helped build warplanes in Nebraska. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
Frank and Faye Ronk of Raymore fell in love during four years of letter-writing while he served in World War II. Meanwhile, she helped build warplanes in Nebraska. SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

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