|20th Century Mennonite mission outreach, Chicago, Illinois|
|George P. Schultz|
|Jakob Cornelius (J.C.) Wall|
|Menno Simons, Melchior Hofmann, David Joris, J. Howard Yoder, C. Henry Smith, Donald Krehbill, J. C. Wall, G. P. Schultz, P. M. Friesen, John F. Funk|
|Mrs. C. M. Wall, J. C. Wall, J. J. Wall, Albert Wall|
|P. M. Friesen|
John Jacob Wall and Katharina (Fast) Family of Lustre, Montana. (Raymond, Ethel (Conatser), Tim, Katharina (Fast), John Jacob, (back) Albert Edward, Alice (Unger), Helen (Hoffman).
So Grandma Ethel's rule of thumb was that tweibach meant the double rolls and zweibach was when you made thin slices of tweibach and toasted them (or twice baked them) in the oven to make hard crackers to go with soup or coffee.