Carrol Daily Times Herald Carroll, Iowa Saturday, December 30, 1944 p 3 not sure if this is a misprint or what, but it says something about a Scollon school in Lohrville.

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 - Lohrville Couple Married Wednesday In Church...
Lohrville Couple Married Wednesday In Church Ceremony Lohrville (THNS) — In a quiet ceremony Wednesday afternoon at Z o'clock In St. Paul's Lutheran church at Knoke, Mias ocorgla Dean Kahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kahl, became the bride of Norman Mack. The Rev. Virgil Heine performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of tho immediate families. Eldon Knoke furnished piano music for the service. The couple was attended by Mrs. Maurice Kahl of Fort Dodge and James Mack of Minneapolis. The bride was attired in a light green gabardine suit with brown accessories. She wore a corsage of sweetpeas and rose buos. Mrs. Kahl wore a gray gabardine suit with black accessories. Her corsage was of sweetpeas. The bride, a graduate of the Lohrville high school, has taught the Scollon school northeast of town. More recently she has been employed in the home of Judge Mitchell in Fort Dodge. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mack of near Knoke. He has been farming with his father since his graduation from the Jolley high school. He expects to take his pre-inductio examinations in his pre-induction examinations in Following the ceremony the couple left for a short wedding trip. Their future plans are subject to his call into the service.

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  2. 30 Dec 1944, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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  • — Carrol Daily Times Herald Carroll, Iowa Saturday, December 30, 1944 p 3 not sure if this is a misprint or what, but it says something about a Scollon school in Lohrville.

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