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Carroll Peterson, left, of Webster, and John Audus, middle, of Clark, were in the same company in World War II, unbeknownst to each other. Marlin Fjelland, right, of Clark, found out about them both being on the same plane for a short while on Christmas Day 1944. Fjelland helped the two get acquainted and reminisce about this fateful trip home. Photo by Clark County Courier
Carroll Peterson, left, of Webster, and John Audus, middle, of Clark, were in the same company in World War II, unbeknownst to each other. Marlin Fjelland, right, of Clark, found out about them both being on the same plane for a short while on Christmas Day 1944. Fjelland helped the two get acquainted and reminisce about this fateful trip home. Photo by Clark County Courier

Carroll Peterson, left, of Webster, and John Audus, middle, of Clark, were in the same company in World War II, unbeknownst to each other. Marlin Fjelland, right, of Clark, found out about them both being on the same plane for a short while on Christmas Day 1944. Fjelland helped the two get acquainted and reminisce about this fateful trip home. Photo by Clark County Courier

Carroll Peterson, left, of Webster, and John Audus, middle, of Clark, were in the same company in World War II, unbeknownst to each other. Marlin Fjelland, right, of Clark, found out about them both being on the same plane for a short while on Christmas Day 1944. Fjelland helped the two get acquainted and reminisce about this fateful trip home. Photo by Clark County Courier

Carroll Peterson, left, of Webster, and John Audus, middle, of Clark, were in the same company in World War II, unbeknownst to each other. Marlin Fjelland, right, of Clark, found out about them both being on the same plane for a short while on Christmas Day 1944. Fjelland helped the two get acquainted and reminisce about this fateful trip home. Photo by Clark County Courier

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