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BETTER LATE THAN NEVER: Toni Brown presents WWII Day County vet Magnus “Stanley” Boe, 89 with an honorary diploma during the Veterans Day program at Langford High School Nov. 11. Boe enlisted in the U.S. Navy the day he turned 17 and served four years in the military. He would have been a member of the 1943 class of Pierpont High School.



Day County WWII veteran receives honorary diploma

by Amanda Fanger
reporter@reporterandfarmer.com

When Magnus “Stanley” Boe was called forward during an impromptu graduation ceremony Nov. 11 at the Langford Area Veterans Day program, the World War II vet jokingly asked the superintendent of that school what he’d done this time. Instead of a lecture he was used to getting while in high school, he was presented with an honorary high school diploma.

Boe enlisted in the U.S. Navy on his 17th birthday, Nov. 15, 1942 as a junior in high school. He was therefore unable to

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