Dad flower carrier 1948
Rites Held Today For Pvt. Barnof sky Military honors were accorded Pvt. Henry Barnoisky at funeral services held this morning from the family home, 2 Meyers Lane, Kingston, with a requiem mass in St. Hedwig's Church. Private Barnofsky was killed at San Pedro Hill. Salerno, Italy, December 15, 1943, while serving with the 141st Infantry, 36th Division. Division. Rev. J. E. Gryczka was celebrant of the mass and conducted committal committal services at St. John's cemetery, Dallas. Anthracite Post 283, VFW. of Kingston, had cnarge of military rites at the grave with Cyril Barnes in command of the detail. John Pritchard was chaplain. Color bearers were Andrew Cher-nitsky Cher-nitsky Cher-nitsky and Bernard Azarewicz; guards, Eugene Machinist and John Jeneshutski. Firing squad members were Stephen Lewis, captain, Leo Gus-geski, Gus-geski, Gus-geski, David Baynon. Joseph Kerin, Jr.. and Carl Youngblood. Buglers Dale Johnson and John Hardiman sounded taps. Flower carriers were Albert Sel- Sel- lick, Fred Pissott, Louis Dukas, and Louis Slimak. members of the post, and Henry Bolinski, John Kawal-kewicz, Kawal-kewicz, Kawal-kewicz, Jr., Fred E. Luksa, Vincent Yarmel and Leon Dombrowski. Pallbearers, members of the post, were Gordon Roberts, Frank Davis, James W. Custer, Joseph J. Sobeck, George M. Beeunas and Ralph Barnard. Barnard.