Montgomery County

 

Sgt. Donald R. Huddle

 

 

 

GERMANY, ITALY HOLD 24 IOWANS
2 Des Moines Men Are Prisoners.

WASHINGTON, D.C. (U.P.)—The War Department made public Monday the names of 261 United States soldiers, including 13 Iowans, held prisoner of war by Germany.

From Iowa and their next of kin:
Second Lieutenant Robert L. Aschim—father, T. B. Aschim, 2954 E. Tiffin ave., Des Moines.
Sergt. Donald R. Huddle—mother, Mrs. Etta Mae Huddle, Red Oak.
Sergt. Donald T. Kirkendall—friend, Ellen M. Jens, Glenwood.
Pvt. (f.c.) Eugene R. Lee—mother, Mrs. Elsie Lee, Decorah.
Sergt. John H. McGlothlen—father, E. B. McGlothlen, Jefferson.
Pvt. (f.c) Thearl Mesecher—mother, Mrs. Arthur Beason, 2104 Meek ave., Des Moines.
First Lieutenant Gilbert E. Montour—wife, Mrs. Charlotte J. Montour, St. Olaf.
Tech. Sergt. Wallace L. Mooney—father, Lyle L. Mooney, Nevada.
Corp. Marvin W. Peterson—father, Rasmus Peterson, Pacific Junction.
Pvt. (f.c.) Roy E. Pierce—mother, Mrs. Nellie Pierce, Van Meter.
Staff Sergt. Dale L. Reichert—father, Joseph M. Reichert, Vincent.
Pvt. Elvyn A. Richman—mother, Mrs. Lottie Richman, Leroy.
Sergt. Leo R. Roller—mother, Mrs. Grace Roller, Shenandoah.

Source: The Des Moines Register, Tuesday, July 20, 1943