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"It's old news, but there's nothing else wrong with it." Mark Twain SMALLTOWN PAPERS INC 217 W COTA 12/31/15.,= SHELTON WA 98584-2263 Mt Pulaski Christmas Tour of Homes , 4 to 7pm Saturday December 5 Featured this years is. ,. Mr. & Mrs. Fred Lipp - 807 W. Lipp Rd With the help of family and friends, the Lipps built this home in 1972. The home reflects the complimentary talents of Fred & Patsy; Fred's woodworking skills and Patsy's work in stained glass. Zion Lutheran Church - 201 S. V'me German immigrants founded the church, with the Chris- tian day school, in 1851. It was the first Lutheran Church founded in Logan County. L i .... Mr. & Mrs. Rick Voile - 1002 S. Spring Built in 1911 by Homer & Doris Lucas Frisch, Kick's grand- father, George A. Voile, purchased the home in 1924 after Mr. Frisch's death. Mr. & Mrs. Willie Rentmeister (Remodeled home 302 N. Washington Street) Built circa-1894, it was originally the Schaffenacker family home. Brenda & Willie undertook the remodeling and resto- ration of the home, repurposing many materials original to the home. Santa Claus to Visit M~ Pulaski Courthouse Foundation Volunteer Chuck McCue will help is proud to sponsor a visit from Santa entertain the young ones upstairs in the Claus 5-6pm Saturday December 5 at courtroom. the M~ Pulaski Courthouse. 217-303 '6159 mtpulaskifimes @ Published Be sure to bring your camera to catch the delight on your child's face. - There will also be refreshments for all to enjoy. Twice A Month - 24 Issues A Year %,,: . Dr. Erin Schafer- 119 S. Marion Known as the home of the Swain Triplets and as the Dr. Hildreth's home - office, Dr. Schafer purchased the home in 2014. The home reflects Dr. Schafer's interest in up-cycling old furniture. Sponsored by Salt Creek Attic, tickets are $10 and available at Salt Creek Attic. The store will be open until 5pm Saturday December 5 for those who need to purchase a ticket. Proceeds go to Courthouse repairS. Zion Lutheran Church may be viewed without a ticket, but you must have a ticket to enter the homes. Renewal Time If the above mailing label is dated 12-31 15 you can renew your printed subscription for $35 by December 31, 2015 For First Class Mail subscription $45 by December 31, 2015 For Digital subscription $20 by December 31, 2015 November 19, 2015 $