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www.johnsonpublications.zenfolio.com Bonnie Becker| Johnson Publications
Perkins County Museum Director Brenda Styskal proudly accepts a portion of the massive pencil collection donated by Lex Jameson of Elsie. Pictured above include (l-r): Brenda Styskal and Lex’s sons Gary Jameson and Keith Jameson.  

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Lex Jameson stands with his pencil collection before it ships to the Perkins County Museum.

Pencil collection donated to museum

The Perkins County Museum is now home to an extensive pencil collection, donated by Lex Jameson of Elsie.

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Chelsy and Mic Heinemann of Wallace hold 11-week-old Thomas Harold, two days after he was due to be born.  

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Mic Heinemann visits his son Thomas in the NICU after being delivered at 29 weeks gestation by emergency cesarean due to pre-eclampsia. He weighed only 2 pounds 10 ounces at birth.

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Pictured is a tiny diaper, shirt, hat, ID bracelet and blood pressure cuff worn by Thomas in the NICU. A pen is displayed for size comparison.

Baby born at 29 weeks now thriving

When Michael (Mic) and Chelsy Heinemann married, they knew they wanted children. It didn’t take the Wallace couple long to fall in love, becoming husband and wife on March 8, 2016. 

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