Audubon County

Pvt. Charles E. Young

 

 

14 IOWANS ARE ITALY’S PRISONERS

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