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Adeline Bakken, right, makes a cone Monday at the downtown Moorhead Dairy Queen with the help of Diane Deleon. Bakken, who turned 100 in March and lives in an apartment on her own, operated a Dairy Queen in Cass Lake, Minn., during the 1960s and was recently wondering if she could still make the curly "Q" on the top of a cone. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

Former Cass Lake woman can still make perfect cones at age 100

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Adeline Bakken, right, makes a cone Monday at the downtown Moorhead Dairy Queen with the help of Diane Deleon. Bakken, who turned 100 in March and lives in an apartment on her own, operated a Dairy Queen in Cass Lake during the 1960s and was recently wondering if she could still make the curly "Q" on the top of a cone.

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Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

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