A World War II Honor Roll of men who served their country from Loyalton and the immediate area was erected by the citizens of that town. In the dedication ceremony, the following was stated:
We give this to you as a memento of the service that was held to honor the servicemen who entered the Armed Forces from this community.
The men are listed on the board in three columns:
Column 1: Henry Heim; Merlin C. Hoover; Eldred L. Kocher; Earl F. Good; Harry A. Travitz; Raymond E. Snyder; Carl H. Burrell; Charles D. Bellis; Lewis W. Lahr; Robert M. Smeltz; Lloyd M. Bellis; Harold D. Dietrich; John M. Foley; Lloyd D. Helt; Ralph C. Snody; Paul S. Romberger; Roy N. Miller; Nevin F. Shadle; Daniel Minnich; William R. Williard.
Column 2: Warren D. Romberger; Arthur S. Rowe; Lee Artz; Burnett L. Kocher; Paul W. Buffington; Mark M. Lubold; Kenneth Lettich; Charles W. Lahr; Robert D. Bonawitz; Paul A. Troutman; Raymond D. Weaver; Edwin L. Novinger; Gilbert W. Hoover; Jonas J. Hoffman; Nevin H. Lahr; Edward E. Bechtel; Richard E. Harner; Marlin H. Lahr; Clarence J. Mauser; Cyril H. Devers.
Column 3: Park L. Ferree; Carl N. Miller; Eugene L. Hassinger; Harold E. Matter; Mark C. Maurer; William H. Byerly; Harold C. Hoover; Gilbert E. Burrell; Marlin E. Shoop; John W. Troutman; Austin H. Swab; Roy E. Gonder.
It is not known what happened to the memorial as it no longer exists.
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