Upper Des Moines Algona, Iowa
Hazi Prisoners Maintaining Victors Garden at Local Camp
conditioris as garden lof sixty-five acres isl being flanted at the prison camp west of town. The plans are to raise a sufficient amount of vegetables to take care of the entire summer needs of the camp and to raise at least a part of the root crops to be stored for next winter. A cold frame 100 feet long has been planted to peppers, cabbage, tomato and celery and the plants are thriving. A section has also been planted to flowers which will later be set out on the grounds. Two hundred fifty elm trees have recently been planted on the grounds. One hundred Chinese elms were donated by the Algona Greenhouse and one hundred fifty American elmfs were taken from one of the Seeley places in Plum Creek. The trees were transplanted by the prisoners.
Prisoners Fed Well Warring countries that have signed the . Geneva Conference, have certain rules for treating prisoners, A prisoner must be given
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