Newspaper Articles
about Ogden Stanley "Danny" Stutler
HQ (Communications), 1st BN, 506th PIR

clippings from SFC(R) Randy Stutler, son of Ogden Stanley "Danny" Stutler
[HQ (Communications), 1st BN, 506th PIR, 1942-1945]

Sunday Exponent-Telegram
Clarksburg, WV - October 1, 1944

West Virginians Article

West Virginians Take Part In Paratroop Invasion and Get Presidential Citation

Article Continued

Article Continued

Conclusion of Article

Conclusion of Article

SSG William V. Green, CPL Ogden Stutler, SSG Robert A. Mullins,
PVT Julius C. Brown, and SGT Prentiss O. Cochran were all in HQ,
1st Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment.

From unidentified newspaper
Ogden Stutler's brother, Wilburn, was in the 82nd Airborne Division.

Wilburn, Ogden, and Richard

Two sons and a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stutler of Nutter Fort are in army service overseas.
Wilburn, left, a private first class with a parachute infantry division, was wounded October 28 in Holland
and is recuperating at a base hospital somewhere in England. Also with a parachute infantry division is
his brother, Ogden, center, a corporal, who is still in Holland. Both have had more than two year's of
service in the army. Pfc. Richard Flannery, right, whose wife is Constance Flannery, is somewhere in
England. He has been in the service for seventeen months.

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