"Presenting Pairs," Mexico (Missouri) Ledger, 27 February 1948, p. 9, cols. 1-2.

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"Presenting Pairs," Mexico (Missouri) Ledger, 27 February 1948, p. 9, cols. 1-2. - Presenting Pairs Trains in Review (One of a...
Presenting Pairs Trains in Review (One of a Series of Twin Photos) Lonnie Richard and Bonnie Edward, 11-year-old sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Mundy of Trolley Heights, who are two of a family of five children. The identical twins are often a problem to their teachers teachers at school as well as to their mother when they change places at the table or in bed "just for fun." The freckled-faced youngsters have varied only a half pound since their birth 11 years ago. Lonnie Lonnie Richard is two hours older than his brother. Members of the sixth grade at Eugene Field school, the boys have black hair and black eyes. They celebrate their birthday May 25. More Twin Photos ~ Will Appear In This Series Mrs. Robert Workes of Mexico, the former Miss Irene Avery, and Sirs. Claude Coonce of 'San Francisco, Calif., who was formerly Miss Lorene Avery of this city. The twins are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Hale Avery of 902 North Western avenue, and will observe their 39th birthdays on June 25. Mrs. Workes, who is employed at 'the .International Shoe company, resides at 103 North Missouri avenue avenue and has a daughter and son. Mrs. Coonce also has two children, a son'and daughter.

Clipped from Mexico Ledger27 Feb 1948, FriPage 9

Mexico Ledger (Mexico, Missouri)27 Feb 1948, FriPage 9
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  • "Presenting Pairs," Mexico (Missouri) Ledger, 27 February 1948, p. 9, cols. 1-2.

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