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Ed and Georgia Smith, 95 and 92 years old, got married on the cusp of World War II, when they thought Ed was going to go off and be a fighter pilot. Ed suspects his father would have advised him to wait until after the war. And who’s to say they would have listened? The two will celebrate their 75th anniversary later this month. “It just all worked out,” says Georgia. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Ed and Georgia Smith, 95 and 92 years old, got married on the cusp of World War II, when they thought Ed was going to go off and be a fighter pilot. Ed suspects his father would have advised him to wait until after the war. And who’s to say they would have listened? The two will celebrate their 75th anniversary later this month. “It just all worked out,” says Georgia. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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March 17, 2017 07:11 PM

UPDATED March 19, 2017 12:13 AM

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