Dubuque County

Pfc. Frederick J. Manternach




WASHINGTON, May 13 (AP)—The War Department announced today the names of 14 Iowans who are held as prisoners of war by Italy.
They were:
Pvt. Milford W. Beldt, son of Mrs. Aubona Beldt, Sheldon;
Pvt. Harley H. Applegate, son of Mrs. Josephine Applegate, Oakland;
Cpl. Arthur P. Clemitson, son of Halvor A. Clemitson, Graettinger;
Cpl. Elbert L. Cline, son of Mrs. Berdie Thompson, Clarinda;
Pvt. Lee R. Coles, son of Mrs. Lucy E. Coles, Scranton;
Pfc. Dwight H. Conklin, son of Harry E. Conklin, Audubon;
Pfc. Leo A. Cross, son of Mrs. Gertrude G. Cross, Baxter;
Pfc. Darrell DeCamp, son of Ralph V. DeCamp, Adel;
Pvt. Norman A. Ellsworth, son of Mrs. Bertha Partello, Blairsburg;
Pvt. John H. Freiberg, son of Hubert M. Freiberg, Dexter;
Pfc. Bernard E. Lynch, son of Michael T. Lynch, West Branch;
Pfc. Frederick J. Manternach, son of Phillip Manternach, Cascade;
Pfc. Martin E. Wood, jr., son of Mrs. Margaret Wood, Melcher;
Pvt. Charles E. Young, son of Ray Young, Audubon.

Source: Creston News Advertiser, May 13, 1943