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 - EDWARD KOHL Edward Kohl, 38, of 1916 Perrine...
EDWARD KOHL Edward Kohl, 38, of 1916 Perrine street, dieTsuddenly of a heart attack shortly before 8:30 o'clock last night, in the office of a local physician where he had gone in a belief he was suffering from indigestion. indigestion. Mr. Kohl had been in the physician's physician's office about 45 minutes when death occurred. The true nature nature of his illness was discovered upon first examination but efforts to save his life were futile. He had never suffered previously from heart trouble and was en route to a social gathering when he decided to visit the physician. Born in Lafayette, Dec. 29, 1898, he was proprietor of the Kohl service station on the Main street levee. On June 6, 1922 he married Mary Miller, of Parsons, Kan. Mr. Kohl was a member of Brown Street M. E. church. Masonic lodge No. 123, Merou Grotto, Eagles lodge. Machinists Union, and Hoosier club. , The body was removed to the Soller-Baker Soller-Baker Soller-Baker funeral home. Friends may call at the home of his mother, "1729 Perrine street, after 6 o'clock Tuesday evening. Services will be held there Thursday Thursday at 2 p. m.; Rev. C. C Harold officiating. Burial in Spring Vale cemetery, where the Masonic lodge will conduct ritualistic services. Mr. Kohl is survived by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Kohl, of 1729 Perrine street, his wife, Mrs. Mary Kohl, who was with him at time of death; a sister, Mrs. Irma Flack, wife of Lafayette police Capt. Samuel Flack, of 1729 Perrine Perrine street; and two children, Constance Constance and Ronald E. Kohl, both at home. v

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  1. Journal and Courier,
  2. 27 Sep 1938, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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