Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner

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and snappy in hope promptly at seven-thirty p. m. party enter be held in the and has leave Ramon LeRoy in the Mive of Ogden Killed in France 46 Ogden; Seth B. McFarland. 36, West Weber, and Deola Seegmiller, 29, Ogden. Nielson of Salt Lake City, was kUled in the Normandy invasion while serving with the U. fi. m- ^gT Nielson, an Ogden native. ilv as a cniiu j."= »,·.»."---- son lower division high school and enlisted in the regular army in May, 1939. He was stationed at Fort Douglas. Camp McCoy, Wis., and Fort Sam Houston, Texas, before being assigned overseas in September, 1943. He is survived by his parents; two brothers, Clarence Nielsen, Salt Lake City, and Archie Nielson, U. S. army; four sisters, Mrs. Lily Moser, Mrs. lone Newman, Mrs. Laurabelle Olsen and Mrs. . . June Kowalewski, all of Salt Lake. Has leg SALT'LAKE Joseph Lasagna, St. Mark's left leg was mishap at the at Clearfield, He is an Denver Rio Grande railroad and was when an engine causing it to run His condition WASTE PAPER

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 26 Jul 1944, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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