Woodbury County

Lt. Royden D. Schooley Jr.
b. 18 Apr 1920
d. 05 May 1999

 

 

 

MEN IN SERVICE

Flight Officer Royden D. Schooley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Royden D. Schooley, 1615 W. 16th Street, has reported for duty at Columbia army air base, Columbia, S.C. and has been assigned to a bombardment unit as a pilot. His wife resides with his parents.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, May 1, 1943

IN UNIFORM

Royden D. Schooley, sr., has been promoted to the rank of chief specialist at the Charleston, R. I., navy yards, where he also is fire chief and assistant fire marshal. He spent the holidays with his wife, 1615 W. 16th street.

Lt. and Mrs. Royden D. Schooley, jr., of Ft. Benning, Ga., have returned to that station after spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royden D. Schooley, sr., 1615 W. 16th street, and Mr. and Mrs. John Schuman, 1611 W. 16th street.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, January 17, 1945


IN UNIFORM

Chief Specialist Royden D. Schooley, chief of the fire department at a Navy night fighter training base in Charlestown, R. I., and his son, Lt. Royden D. Schooley, Jr., of the Army air forces, met recently for a brief exchange of experiences in their home, 1615 W. 16th street.  Lt. Schooley completed his required number of missions as a Liberator pilot overseas and now is stationed at Lawson field, Ga.

Source: The Sioux City Journal, April 10, 1945