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Oklahoma girl Hannah Kraft struggled during the Great Depression and faces seemingly insurmountable challenges in life. Her indomitable determination, faith in God, and zest and zeal for life inspired many as she taught school—elementary through college—despite tragedies which would rival Job's.
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'Sometimes I felt that it was more than my share. Yet I have found joy in my work.'
Hannah Kraft struggled with life in Oklahoma during the Great Depression. She fought her way through two years of high school before she had to reliquish her dream of a diploma. She married Bernard Yanke and had three children before Bernard died from heart disease. Hannah, unable to provide for her children, left them with her parents, finished school, and began teaching. For the rest of her life, her indomitable determination, faith in God, and zest and zeal for life inspired many as she taught school--elementary through college--despite tragedies which would rival Job's.
Only eternity will reveal the hundreds who have been helped by Hannah's strength of character and noble example.