Open house to celebrate 80th birthday for twin brothersJoin in a birthday celebration for Wallace B. and Waldon M. Walters on Saturday, Jan. 2 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Olde Main Street Museum, 213 Canal St., Newcomerstown. Wallace (Weary) Walters and Waldon (Walt) Walters will turn 80 Dec. 30.Wallace resides at 210 W. State St., Newcomerstown, with his wife of 56 years, Florence Rae (Riggle) Walters.Three children Beth (Phil) Murphy, Pam Walter, and Jeff (Tammy) Walters, all of Newcomerstown, along with five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren complete Wallace's familyWaldon resides at 15586 Johnson Hill Rd., Newcomerstown, with his wife of 56 years, Ann (Tilton) Walters. Two children Sue (Chris) Crompton of Orange, Calif., and Don Walters of Yorba Linda, Calif., along with three grandsons complete Waldon's family.Wallace and Waldon both served in the United States Navy and are Korean War Veterans. They owned the Sinclair Gas Station and Wrecker Service in Newcomerstown for five years. Wallace is retired from the W.M. Brode Company. Waldon is a retired millwright from Thomason Mechanical and a retired member of the Millwright Local 1607 of Southern California. Both are members of the Elks Lodge No. 1555. Wallace is a member of the Christ United Methodist Church. He spent many years helping with the band and athletic booster clubs in Newcomerstown. Wallace enjoys golf, family and sporting events and vacationing at the beach. Waldon also enjoys golf, is a sports fan and antique car enthusiast.