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    Johnstown Tribune, 16 Feb 1918, Page 18, Contributed by Sharon Trosan

KALINA, Fred. South Fork, Feb. 16--Funeral services for the late Private Fred Kalina, Jr., who died last Saturday at Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill, following an operation for appendicitis, will be held from the United Evangelical Church at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The services will be conducted by the Rev. Norman C. Milliron, pastor of the church. Interment will be made in the local cemetery. A large crowd is expected to attend the funeral to pay tribute to Private Kalina. The body was brought from Camp Grant and arrived here yesterday morning. It was taken by Undertaker O. C. Dimond to the home of Private Kalina's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Kalina, Sr., of Railroad Street. The deceased joined the service of Uncle Sam six months ago. He was home on furlough three weeks before his death. William Kalina, a brother of the deceased, is serving in the United States Navy. (military photo)
Johnstown Tribune; Sat., Feb. 16, 1918 p18
The funeral of Frederick Kelina, Jr., whose death occurred recently at Camp Grant, in the State of Illinois, took place yesterday afternoon from the United Evangelical Church, South Fork, where the services were in charge of the Rev. Norman C. Milliron and the Rev. J. C. Brown, of South Fork, and the Rev. Ernst A. Tappert, of Johnstown. The funeral was in charge of Corp L. W. Woodruff, Jr., Camp, No. 64, USWV, of this city, who conducted the burial ritual at the grave. The Commander in charge was Emil Young, with Dr. J. Swan Taylor as Chaplain, and Tobias Wingard as Officer of the Guard. Several members of the Foreign Service Men accompanied Woodruff Camp to South Fork. The body was brought to South Fork from Camp Grant by J. L. Cryne, of Washington, D.C.
Johnstown Tribune; Mon., Feb. 18, 1918 p8

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