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This article was published in 1896.
727 articles were published that year.

This article has a primary subject code of "Youth Organizations" (III E).
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  • Dziennik Chicagoski -- January 07, 1896
    From St. Hedwig's Parish (Letter)

    On Sunday, January 5, through the efforts of Reverend John Piechowski, a new Polish young men's society was organized in the St. Hedwig Parish, to be known as the "Cadets", under the protection of St. Hedwig. All together about eighteen young men have signed applications for membership. The officers are Joseph Czychanski, president; John B. Wachowski, recording secretary; Joseph Naskrent, financial secretary; and John Pallash, treasurer.

    The officers in command of the Cadets are John Pallash, captain, and John B. Wachowski, lieutenant.

    Please address all correspondence to John B. Wachowski, recording secretary, 1062 North Hoyne Avenue.

    III E, III C