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After graduating from Draper High School, Don worked on the farm until he was drafted in 1952 and served in the Army during the Korean War.
While serving as an Army Private, Don received a field promotion to Sergeant.
Don stated in interviews that he had a problem with anyone who would talk trash about women because it was good that women be strong independent people.
The Hilltop received fan mail and phone calls from around the country.
After Thanksgiving of 1954, Don showed up in Indiana on Helen’s front step. Don got a job in a refrigerator factory in Indiana and planned to settle there. Don’s family asked Don and Helen to come back home and help with the family farm.
Don and Helen sold what they needed to and bought a grain truck to move their household to Draper in March of 1955.
He did not talk much about his service other than these kinds of comments.
While in Korea, Don received one of those “Dear John” letters. An Army friend from Indiana suggested that Don write to a friend of his girlfriend and who both thought Don would enjoy and appreciate.
This was picked up by the newspaper and then hit a national news magazine followed by calls for interviews from radio programs and newspapers around the country. Myrtle Hattie Kenobbie was born September 22, 1917 near Reliance, SD, to Andrew and Mary (Krause) Kenobbie.They moved to town and purchased a bar and was named Alex’s Place.He is survived by his wife, Helen, Pierre; daughters, Pat Cromwell (Skip Fossen), Rapid City, Robin Cromwell, Draper, Valerie Moore (Rick), Chamberlain; sons, Mike Cromwell (Dawn), Butternut, WI, and Chris Cromwell (Erika), Brandon, SD; 19 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchilden; two sisters, Margaret Hansen and Bev (Tom) Maples, Rapid City and a brother, Richard (Nancy) of Silt, CO.Logan Reyes Aguallo, 25, was born January 14, 1992 in Alliance to Joe and Peggy (Peterson) Aguallo.