Having studied the Manning people and lived around Manning families for well over 50 years, I have learned a lot about the various characteristics and genetic traits of a lot of families...the way they talk, the way they walk, the attitudes they have, the activities they get involved in, etc.
I knew this young lady's great-grandparents, and I often tell her and her sisters how they walk like their great-grandmother Florence Hinz.
I knew this young lady's mother as a neighbor to our east and watched her grow up in school, at the Rec Center, and around the community.
I knew her father, also as a neighbor to our east. He was my high school teacher for a year...the Kusels & Genzens did some farming together over the years, and from all of my experiences being around him he was an out-going person and wasn't afraid to get involved and do silly things at community events.
Below are just 2 examples of the "Wolf Lady's" mom and granddad I have in my database.

So it is not surprising at all that she would enjoy dressing up and clowning around at public events.

Wolf Lady on the prowl!

Judy Genzen 1987 Solo Mime

1952 Pep Club initiation

Larry Genzen, Betty Lengemann, Darlene Genzen