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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. ,. -, i' 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 SI 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. Mr. & Mrs. Rick Volle - 1002 S. Spring Built in 1911 by Homer & Doris Lucas Frisch, Rick's grand- father, George A. Volle, purchased the home in 1924 after Mr. Frisch's death. Mr. & Mrs. Willie Rentmeister (Remodeled home 302 N. Washington Street) Built drca-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 FoundationVolunteer Chuck McCue will help Be sure to bring your camera to catch is proud to sponsor a visit from Santa entertain the young ones upstairs in the the delight on your child's face. Claus 5-6pm Saturday December 5 at courtroom. ~ There will also be refreshments for all the Mt Pulaski Courthouse. to enjoy. 217-303-6159 Published 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 Sl