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Jerry Yocum

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Camp Algona POW Museum

HQ Phone:  (515) 395-2267

Email: y***@***.com

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Camp Algona POW Museum

Box 174 114 S Thorington St

Algona, Iowa,50511

United States

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Camp Algona POW Musuem

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Jerry Yocum - Vice President


Camp Algona POW Museum: About

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Richard Schiek - President Jerry Yocum - Vice President


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Jerry Yocum, vice president of the Camp Algona POW Museum, looks through a cookbook comprised of WW II-specific recipes.
Jerry Yocum, vice president of the Camp Algona POW Museum, talks about the new "Our Food is Fighting" exhibit. For appointments in January through March, call Jerry Yocum at (515) 295-3719 But it's the effort Americans put into rationing during World War II that amazes Jerry Yocum, vice president of the museum. "This has been a monumental feat," he said. "With cooking, sugar could be a scarcity," Yocum said. World War II-era cooks used substitutes for refined sugar: molasses, nutmeg, cinnamon and applesauce, he said. "Many of these recipes were put together out of necessity to make food at home without sugar," he said. Yocum said the exhibit shows that Americans can come together and accomplish great things together. "It's a good teaching tool that when we need to come together for a purpose, the American people can pull it together and get it done," he said.


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Jerry Yocum
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Algona P.W. Camp

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Comments and questions of Jerry Yocum are in this script.
In response to Mr. Jager's letter, Jerry Yocum of the Camp Algona POW Project Committee replied to the above letter. In addition, Yocum posed several follow up questions which form the basis of Mr. Jager's reply. Mr. Jerry Yocum 1815 East Lucas Street Algona, Iowa 50511 USA


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