HAWKEYE STATE NEWS
The following Iowans have been reported during the last week as
killed in action or died of wounds or disease: Lieut. Mathew D.
Eckerman, Des Moines; James F. Boothe, Prairie City; Frank D.
Steckelberg, Hanson; James M Dungan, Logan; Tom D. Dvorak,
Cresco; Charles A. L. Clarke, Melrose; Clarence L.
Hughes, Iowa City; Burney A. Demuth, Bloomfield; Ernest B.
Peterson, Dayton; Corp. Frank Marcheck, Mystic; Carl Herman
Kroneger, New Albin; Fred Ninke, Rockwell City; Harry E. R. Otto,
Mapleton; Mathias Werner, McIntyre; Arthur Anderson, Patten; Lee
Brannon, Birmingham; James C. Ware; Centerville; James O. Thorp,
Knoxville; Leo J. James, Burton; Corp. Clyde L. Mongier, Troy;
Andrew W. Marshback, Worthington; John H. Reylts, Hull; Louis B.
Thro, Dubuque; Serg. Horace S. Marshall, Des Moines; Chester W.
Desilva, Des Moines; Carl S. McConkey, Des Moines; Corp. John R.
Moss, Missouri Valley; John C. Knutson, Fertile; Gilbert H.
Powelka, Oxford Junction; Irvan B. Lyons, Charter Oak; Freeley H.
Golly, West Oelwein; Lewis H. Ehlers, Boone; Joseph J.
Christopherson, Remsen; Clayton W. Klinetob, Allison; Fred
McGraph, Manly; Martin Hill, Gilman; Joel A. Parson, Webb; Roy B.
Pickel, Oakley; Jesse Galen, Ft. Dodge; William E. Bane,
Burlington; Fred F. Bruning, Breda; Walter H. Jacobson, Lake
Park; Cornelius B. McCabe, Oskaloosa; Glen D. Ruby, Oskaloosa;
Adolph H. Schuler, Atkins; Edwin L. Lowin, Guttenberg; Walter
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
- Sargeant Nels Nelson returned home Saturday. He has been
discharged from the army.
- Bernard Carrigan returned home Wednesday of last week, from
Camp Shelby where he had been serving in the army.
- Donald Logan has been discharged from the army and returned to
his home in this city Sunday.
- Conrad Malendorp came to Ruthven Friday to visit at the Doerr
home for a few days. He has been serving in the regular army and
has recently been discharged.
- Francis Carrigan who has served four years in the U.S. marine
corps at Quantico, Va., was discharged and came to Ruthven
Wednesday. He will make his home with his parents near this city.
~ source: Ruthven Free Press, Ruthven, Palo Alto,
Iowa, Wednesday, Jan 1, 1919
~ contributed by a volunteer for Palo Alto Co,