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Marriages & Engagements > 1920 - Lois M. Denison - Henry J. Kolb

Submitted by Les Niemi

Tampico Tornado
July 8, 1920


MARRIED ON THE FOURTH AT HIGH NOON HERE

Miss Lois M. DENISON and Henry J. KOLB Married At High Noon On The Fourth.

MARRIED ON THE FOURTH

Miss Lois M. DENISON of this place and Henry J. KOLB of Fulton were married on Sunday, July the Fourth at high noon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.W. DENISON. The wedding was a quiet affair only the close relatives being present at the ceremony which was performed by Rev. H.C. BROWN pastor of the M.E. church. The bride was very tastefully attired in a white organdy gown. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served and the couple left via Sterling for a trip to Chicago. On their return they will be at home in Fulton after July 10. The bride comes from one of Tampico's well known and leading families being a daughter of L.W. DENISON who is a cashier of The Tampico State Bank. She has been prominently identified with the activities of the Glee club of the Methodist church and also with other church and Sunday school work and social activities of the town. She is a graduate of BROWN's Business college and fromsome time held responsible positions as bookkeeper at the Farmer's Elevator and at the state school at Glenwood. She is a bright, capable fine young lady of very pleasing ways and has a host of friends.

Mr. KOLB, the groom is the son of John KOLB and is a graduate of the Tampico High school, and has also been very active while here among the social affairs of the younger set. He was a former employee of The Tornado and gave up his position in the office when the call came to report for duty being attached to the student corps at DePaul University in Chicago. He is a young man of steady, reliable habits and in every way worthy of the splended young lady whom he has won. At present he holds a responsible position with The Fulton Journal. He was employed in Chicago for a year preceding his accepting a postion at Fulton. Both Mr. and MRs. KOLB have many friends in Tampico who extend their best wishes.

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