1942 STANLEY ZYZNIESKI
in in 15 one-half on is Selectee Honored At Farewell Party Stanley Zyzniewski, fourth member member of the 7yzniewski family who is serving in the United States armed forces and who was inducted into the army on Tuesday, Februray 17, at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, was honoered by the patrons of Clem's Cafe at a farewell party held at Yuhas's hall. Those present were: Doc Stinson, John Pakutka, Clement Resavy, Clement Resavy Jr., Vincent armei, fcdwin Knopp, Arthur Knopp, Edward Resavy, Jr., Leonard Resavy, John 7abrovian, Thomas Slatsky, Michael Petro, Anthony Kozlokski, f rame Kesavy, August Hesavy, Walter Walter Schaffer, Carl Pesotine, Frank Kachinski.fl Albert Gosser, Stephen Barbush. Andrew Chromey, Sylvester Sylvester Slatky, Le Roy Slatky, Anthony Anthony Nyavich, Joseph Kolvek, Joseph Vilchak, Leo Pakutka, Joseph Kramer, James Loychitz, August Kramer, wunam Kesavy, Joseph Slatky. Andrew Kolvek. John Fedor. John Kalafut, John Cossman, John stepnenson, toward wikisai, Arthur Knopp, Fred Miller, George Yager, Joseph Sobeski, Michael Guarallia, Edward Skurjunis. John 7elnick, John Miller, Stanley Smikka, R. Mc-Hugh, Mc-Hugh, Mc-Hugh, George Fedor, Martin Kol-veck, Kol-veck, Kol-veck, Joseph Roche, John Resavy, Joseph 7yzniewski, John Baranow-ski, Baranow-ski, Baranow-ski, Anthony Pakutka, John Hamski, Michael Bellas. William Collier, Richard Morris, Frank Pesotine, Carl Breymeir, John Dutko, James Cian-nelli, Cian-nelli, Cian-nelli, Charles Resavy and Frank Cossman.