Nov. 9, 1952

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Nov. 9, 1952 - one he 25 on 8 road Four From Killed In Korea...
one he 25 on 8 road Four From Killed In Korea WASHINGTON. (ffl--Three South Dakotans were listed as killed in action,' another as dying of and eight,were listed as wounded in a Department of Defense casualty list issued Saturday. Killed in action: v .Army: \ Pvt. Philip G. Lindwurm, son Mrs. Lena Lindwurm, Gregory. Cpl. Glenn W. Runge, brother Mrs. Esther Carlson, Kimball. Navy: James T. Grossman, son of and Mrs. Theodore F. Grossman, Rapid City Air Base. Died of wounds: Army: Pfc. Leo C. Satter, son of Mr. Mrs. Charles Satter, Parker. Wounded: Army: Pfc. James H. Hepper, son of and Mrs. Jacob Hepper, Gettysburg. Gettysburg. Pfc. Lyle J. Orstad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ingvald H. Orstad, Canton. Fvt. Ivan W. Schoenrock, son Mi 1 , and Mrs. Herman E. Schoenrock, Schoenrock, Platte. Cpl. Edwin Vreugdenhil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Teunis Vreugdenhil, Stickney. · · Pfc. Wayne D. Wallenberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Wallenberg, Wallenberg, Sioux Falls. ! Marine Corps: Pfc. Stanley R. Karels, son of Mrs. Katie Karels, Big Stone Pfc. Melvin V. Mernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Armand J. Jefferson. Pfc. William A. Mitchell, son of Mrs. Katie Mitchell, Wood.

Clipped from The Daily Plainsman09 Nov 1952, SunPage 4

The Daily Plainsman (Huron, South Dakota)09 Nov 1952, SunPage 4
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