15 Kansans Are Prisoners in Reich Washington, May 17 </P)—Fifteen Kansans were among 890 U S soldiers soldiers listed by the War department today as held prisoners of war by Germany. They were: Staff Sgt. Kenneth R Bishop son of Elvin M. Bishop, LeoU. Second Lt. Albert C. Bracke son of Frank F. Bracke. Atchison. Staff Sgt. Roy H. Brown, husband of Mrs. Earleen F. Brown, Ottawa Tech. Sgt. WiUard H. Clothier husband of Mrs. Esther J. Clothier Sylvia. Staff Sgt. Archie W. DeLong, son of Ira R. DeLong. Burlington. First Lt. Robert D. Ecklund, son of Mrs. Mabel I. Eckland, Harveyville. Second Lt. Rex M. Ellis, son of Robert M. Ellis. Lauray. Staff Sgt. Charles W. Gafford husband of Mrs. Charles W Gafford, Gafford, Wichita. Second Lt. Harold R. Madsen, son of Edward N. Madsen. McDonald Staff Sgt. Earl E. Mathcson. husband husband of Mrs. Virginia L. Matheson Columbus. Sgt. Theodore R. McCarthy husband husband of Mrs. Blanche A McCarty Route 2. Louisburg. Second Lt. Holly G. Ponder husband husband of Mrs. N. Maxlne Ponder Topeka. Topeka. ' Second Lt. James F. Ralstin. son of Dr. Henry W. Ralstin. Wichita. Mrs. Sophie E. Rush. Plevna. Second Lt. Loy M. Shanks, husband husband of Mrs. L. M. Shanks, Arkansas Arkansas City.