|Ingvald Olaf Krigsvold|
|Pfc. I. Krigsvold Killed in Action|
|Private First Class Ingwald Krigsvold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Krigsvold,
926 Menomonie Street, was killed in action on Luzon, Philippine Islands
on March 13, according to a War Department message to the parents.
Private First Class Krigsvold had been in service nearly three years, training in camps in Tennessee, Washington, and California, before going overseas with an Infantry unit. He went to Hawaii and then to New Guinea. He was in action in New Guinea and the Dutch East Indies, before taking part in the invasion of the Philippines.
Besides his parents, Private First Class Krigsvold is survived by two brothers, Technician Fourth Grade Oscar Krigsvold, with the Army in Germany, and Bernard of Eau Claire, and five sisters, Mrs. Selma Bailey, Mrs. Inga Beranek, Mrs. Clayton Pierce, Eleanor, and Geraldine, all of Eau Claire.
|Hold Memorial Services Sunday for I. Krigsvold|
|Memorial services for Private First Class Ingvald Olaf Krigsvold will be
held in First Lutheran Church on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. Patriotic
organizations of the city have been invited.
Private Krigsvold was born February 5, 1912, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Krigsvold. Until entering the service, his life was spent in the city, where he received his education.
He entered the service on April 15, 1942 and had been in overseas duty for the past 20 months. He was killed in action on March 13, 1945 in Luzon, the Philippines.