Woodbury County

S/Sgt. Marlin McManigal





S. Sgt. Marlin McManigal, who spent 28 months with the infantry in the Asiatic-Pacific theater, has been granted discharge after four and one-half years service in the Army.  Inducted March 13, 1941, he received training at Camp Roberts, Cal., before going overseas four months later.  For the last year and one-half he has been a mess sergeant at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Ark.  The veteran, entitled to wear one battle star, the American theater and good conduct ribbons and the Asiatic-Pacific campaign bar, is living with his wife and daughter, Cheryl Anne, at 3210 Fifth avenue.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, September 26, 1945