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THE LONGIEAF
COMPANY 1439, 0CCC Fla. F-9
DISTRICT "H
CAPT. WILLIM P. BRNDON 47th, Inf.
COMMiNDING OFFICER
:J. B. Pomerance,lst.Lt.Med.Res. Ken B. Burnham,lst.Lt.Inf.Res. Edgar H. Frederic, 2nd.Lt.47thdo.f* ..B. J. C.op6 ind,2nd.Lt.CWS-A&SAG J. B,. Johnson,Educational Advisor E. A. Sutton,FERA Teacher
U. S. FOREST SERVICE
W. C. Chafin, Project Supt. A. M. Barlow, Lineman J. M. Lowe, Truck Trail Foreman J. W. Hill, Truck Trail Foreman J. J. Windham, Truck Trail Foreman Joe Fronklin, Pile Driver Foreman
LEADERS
Paul A. Coaper,Actg.Supply Sgt. Edwin Harding, Forest Service .rni Day, Firi oo Joseph Johnson,Actg.Mess Sgt. Adger Jones, Forest Service Joel T. Jones, Company Clerk John Killebrew,Actg.lst.Sgt.
Albert Martin, First Cook W..S. Stewart, Forest Service Hump Sumner, Forest Service
Assistant Leaders
Edgar Bowden Carl Holsenback
Jas. L. Braswell Robert Gore W. F. Barefield Woodrow Keith Malcolm Beasley J. Leatherwood Arthur Brockett -,. B. Faircloth C. M. Donaldson .'Vd Menefee W. E. Dean Tom A. Miller
Clyde Ev..ns Frank S. Parker
William E. Walker
********* *************** ***~**** THE LONGLE~F STAFF: Capt. William P. Brandon,Super. J. B. Johnson,Fditor
W. E. Walker,Assoc. Editor Joe T. Jones,Assoc. Editor Thos. L. MillerArtist Zac McGuffPoet

F.REiELL lkJOR LEWIS
Ahen Opmpany 14539, CCC, was
awarded the GQd Medal for Fourth
Corp it took tp itself no more
gl&ry.than that of credit for
closely observing its leaders and
following in their steps. Of the great men who have been 1deals -to the company, none have
stood is higher respect than Major H. B. Lewis. His coming always made us hold our heads higher and feel nobler. He came to
inform, correor and encourage.
To review some of the dates of
his career is but to indicate the
consistency with which he has been
recognized for worth and awarded.
Born in New York, May 8, 1889, he
continued always a learner. An M. A. was awarded from Indiana.
March 2, 1908, saw the beginning
of his cadet days at the Military
Academy. June 12, 1913. he.wa.
comissioned. Three years idter on July first he become a first Lieutonant. The World War had
need for his talent. It. could be better administered as a Captain,
and so he was commissioned May 45, 1917. Four years, from. the day he
was made first Lioutenant he was
commnission~d 6 I Major.
The Hir being over he was transferred to-the Ad.utant General's
Department, May 16, 19224 For
seven years his zeal atured 'into ppadtical leadorship,7,and world
travel gave hilmi$mless vision...
4Jhn positive h on Executative staff of the Fourth Corp lArca at Fort Benning ;alled.him, March 6,
1929, he was relied, froa duty at
Tientsin, China. It is this type of le adershio that has lifted CCC
lads, and ave prominence to Co.
14S9. His 'ny friends here wish him well 4ed with highest admiration follow him in hlditransfer to
the Coinandant Gqnerals Staff
School, Le"venworth, Kaus.
by-Arthur Co V.:.n Saun,-Ph.D.
..Captiin Ohaplagn'(GO




COMPANY NEWS
Friday night, May 24, was a big night for everyone in Company 1439. Captain Brandon gave us the first dance we had had in several months. Girls were gotten from Tallahassee, Quincy and Bristol. Mrs Brandon acted as hostess. Speedro had the hall decorated very pretty using blue and white paper, palmette palms and colored lights. Punch and doughnuts were served as refreshments and a good time was had by all. We are expecting to have another one June 21st so lets make
ihst one.
ComIny 1439 had several very
distinguished visitors last Mondayi June 10. They were Col. Charles A. Dravo, District Conmmander and M jor J. F. Corby, District Surgeon. Another was 1st. Lt. Guy C. Chethen, Asst. Supply Officer, Dist. H.
A new library was gotten by Co. 1439 last Monda& y consisting of sixty books. All the books seem to be of the very best and we hope you enyoy reading them.
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Good times are still being had in Quincy. The recreational hall is being added to as much as possible and later on is orpocted to be more home like. Trucks are still going in on Friday and Sat.uraday nights.
For the post week Captac.in Brandon has been conducting a class in bridge. With his aid I think soveral goo4 .brid p4e 0t wite gpt. ten up around camp. .Ior: has nine students.
Lt. Pomerance for the past few days has been on leave. He arrived back in camp last Sunday night and from reports. he had a very good time.

Member Pete Alfonsa is still in Fort Benning suffering from a sprained back. Hero's wishing his a speedy recovery.
---------*-------COMP ANY 1439 GETS T.0 NE.' OFFICERS
T%;o members h voe been added to the Army personnel recently.
2nd. Lieutenant B. J. Cupoland, CWS-A&SAG is a native of Birminghnam Ala. and has served three weeks at Ft. McClollon. Ho has also served time in two other camps. Staying three and one-half months at F-1 Beude, Miss. and eift months at P-59, Greensburg La.
1st. Lieutenant Ken B. Burnham, Inf. Res. arrived here sometimes later and is a native of Gainesville, Fla. He also has served time in two other CCC camps. Sty Ving six months at Co. 1489, Winnfield, La. and six months at Co. 1459, Sherburno, La. Lt. Burnhan was commissioned through the C. M4 T. C.
We assure them of our cooperation toward making tour of duty here successful and pleasant.
-----**------NE'iS FROM HERE .ND YONDER
Harry E. Gavitt, of Topeka, Kan., has a lake where he trains fish. His catfish and perch jump through hoops, over hurdles, come at his call, oat out of his hand, and alloe him to pot them.
Charl! a ; Oaklcand, Ill.,
blindi f n .---ive yonrs, earns his : .* :1 nakes of
r:, over sooeen
.. . ycfo, of Philad. s both legs when
he yeax-s old, he'recontly
hitchhiroc +a ania Monica, Calif., on his artificial limbs and obtained a job as bat boy for the Chicago white Sox.-4Cont'd next mpage Col.l)




NEWS FROM HERE 1WD YONDER
.(Cont'd from 2 Col. 1)
In pre-ddpression days Bert Fajazza, Crystal Beach, Ontario, Contractor, built his driveway out of hard coal. Last winter he dug it up to keup wara.
Jim Webster, ah aged negro of Winston-Salem, N. C.4 has kept a silver dollar in his mouth for the past forty years to scare offitho withhes. So far he has worn -out two silve dollars. ...
After -biing dhided by her husband because she gave birth to a daughter on Mother's -Day, Ivrs Phil French, of Cleveland, Ohio,,told hira to wait until Father's Day. Six years later on Father's.Day, she presented her husband with a son.
Every day for-two yeris Callie M. Walker, Meridian, Miss., has mciorized a poem, a.rBible verse, a joke, and learned the definition of a new word.
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KN0WLGE IS POWER
Answers to last weeks ten quest.
1. Of the true fishes, or Pisces, there are about 20,000 living species .
2. A Mako Shark-veighing 2176 lbs. holdsethe record.
3. No.
4. Many large ones inhabit the open ocean following ships for we eks.
5. The average serving of a roe in restaurants is half of a large shad roe, or from 10,000 to 15,000 eggs.
6. The shark is the most dangerous fish.

7. The largest shark of record is a whale shark weighing 26,000 lbs,
8. After the fire is over and the embers have cooled, rains wash tons of alkali ashes into the streams and lakes. This fundamental change in the water contents kill thousands of fish.
9. The eel has a single hedrt,
10.Fish'are able to live at the greatest known depth of the ocean.
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PINE NOTS .
We wonder why Davis came back
from home a day early. Couldn't he wait to see tlt woman is Tallahassee? How old is she Davis fifty or sixty?
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*Blondy Hall says the reason he struck out four times in lWoodville the otherday was because the pitcher threw the ball to slow. Formby says the girls at the game made him have stage fright.
Now that Tom Traylor is gone Joe Jones can have the Wire Hair Blond all to himself at the next dance we Shave,
Jessie Higgins must have enjoyed Sthe dance very much. Some one told me he sat on the steps all night waiting for the crowd to come back. How abour it Jessie?
G. Smith-Where's that goodlooking girl?
Bede11-Who do you mean?
Geor- ;he one I was dancing with whi~. ago and wo looked like one.
We do hope that Speedro enjoyed the dance after he worked so hard to decorate the hall but from what you can hear he had lots of competition with his girl. Is that right Tom? fCont'd Next Page Col.1)




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barry: your girl t and, ve
t of gas on the fw. ck. It was pretty bad on Joe Jones he had to do all the pushing. ,
All Harry Formby nesds to oust Cab Calloway is a black face. He proved he had everything -else at the dance.
Captain Brandon says he had lots rather make a man cut a chord of wood than fine h1im. We wonder it several of the bys agree with him,
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KN0ELED#E IS' ?QwEKR .
SBelow are ten 1questio s-See if you can answer thbk~The answers will appear in the ext i sue of this paper.
1. Id.what battle was the Americanm flg !first used?
2. When ,a state is added to the Union, when is the star added to the flag?

3. When a flag is to be placed at half mast, is it run to the top of the saff first?
4. How long has the American ERdg had fdtty-eight stars?
5. Doeb the flag fly over the-NationalS'Capitol day and night?
6. Is the stars and stripes the oldest flag now in use?
7. Is i+t true that each star in our flag abLbns foi -nq individual stato.
8. How abould the flag be flown on Aristice Day.
9. When was flag day first cole(COnt'd next Col.)

'br aied in a public school? -:
10,Wby is a flag called' %bnion jack?
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SPORTS
CO. 1439 WINS FROM iOODVILLE JUNE 9.
Co. 1439 scored early.in the game to takd'Th lead but Woodville rallied IrKthe 7th to tie the score. Noe drove a single through the ifield to soore Vilas's sdcond fun and break the deadlock' Tw hits and several stolen base put Co.14539 in the lead 4-1. Woodvil'o rallied again in the ninth to score,two runs. Thomas pitched a very good.gsme for 2:. allowing ..
three hits.
The 'box score:
WOODVILLE AB R H E
F. Ho,. -L.-,- 0 .0 0
Griffin 23-. 4 1 0-..- 2 Sickly 3B 4 0 1 0 R.-Hannon SS 4 ..1 1 Q S. Lawhorn P 3 1 0. 3 Rhodes CF 5 0 1 0

H. Lawhorn C 4 0 0 0 AO
'endrix 1B314 '.0 0 1 E. Lawhorn RF 5 0 0
Total 532 3 3 6. VII AS AB R E
CPinilli 3B 4 0 0 0.Noe RF 3 1 1 0
'Johnson SS 4 1 1 1 Nolan 'KlB 4 0 0 0
Palmer LF, 4 0 0 1
Collier CF 4. 0 0 Hll 23 4 0 0
Stucky 2 0 0 0
Thiomas P 3 2 0 0
- otal #2 4 2 4
.0....is may be beautiful and dumb bit no c. 1tb uck they knows their yay aroun'h
Girls aill parade up and ddwn the beach in nothing flat. In the city they aro so modest it.hurtt.
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Fj-i_R_tu ./ELL MAJ OR LEWIS THE LONGLEaF COMPANY 1439, CCC Fla, F-9 DISTRICT "H" CAPT. WILLIAM P. BR.UDON 47th, Inf, COMMANDING OFFICER J, B, Pomerance,lst.Lt,Med,Res, Ken B, Burnham, 1st, Lt, Inf ,Res, Elgar H. Frederic, 2nd, Lt. 47th. Inf, B. J. C ope land j 2nd • Lt C WS -A&SAG J, B Johnson, Educational Advisor E, A, Sutton, FERA Teacher U. S, FOREST SERVICE W. C, Chafin, Project Supt. A, M, Barlow, Lineman J, M, Lowe, Truck Trail Foreman J, 7, Hill, Truck Trail Foreman J, W. Windham, Truck Trail Foreman Joe Fronklin, Pile Driver Foreman L Ei DERS Paul A, Cooper ,Actg, Supply Sgt. Edwin Harding, Forest Service Arnis Day, First Cook Joseph Johnson, Ac tg. Mess Sgt. Adger Jones, Forest Service. Joel T, Jones, Company Clerk John Killebrew,Aetg.lst,Sgt, Albert Martin, First Cook W, S. Stewart, Forest Service H;mp Sumner, Forest Service Assistant Leaders Edgar Bowden Carl Holsenback Jas. L. Braswell Robert Gore W. F. Barefield Woodrow Keith Malcolm Beasley J, Lefctherwood Arthur Brocket t J J. B. Fair cloth C, M, Donaldson Ed Menefee W. E, Dean Tom A. Miller Clyde Evens Frank S, barker William E. Walker **'* * ***************'" *v*-<*>i >>!* THE LONGLEiF STAFF: Capt. William P, Brand on, Super. J, B, Johns on, Edit or /A W. E. Walker, Assoc, Editor Joe T, Jones, Assoc, Editor Thos. A, Miller ^Artist Zac McGuff,Poet When Cpmpany 1439, CCC, was awarded the Gold Medal for Fourth Corp it took to itself no more glcbry than that of credit for closely observing its leaders and following in their steps. Of the great men who have been ideals to the company, none have stood in higher respect than Major H. B. Lewis. His coming always made us hold our heads higher and feel nobler. He came to inform, correcr and encourage. To review some of the dates of his career is but to indicate the consistency with which he has been recognized for worth and awarded. Born in New Yark, May 8, 1889, he continued always a learner. An M, A, was awarded from Indiana, March 2, 1908, saw the beginning of his cadet days at the Military Academy, June 12, 1913 he was commissioned. Three years later on July first he became a first Lieutenant. The World War had need for his talent. It could be better administered as a Captain, and so he was commissioned May 15, 1917, ‘ Four years, from the day he was made first Lieutenant' he was commission’ed 2E Major. The War being over he was transferred to the Adjutant General’s Department, May 16, 1922** For seven years his zeal Matured into practical leadership, -jend world travel gave him...l.imj.tl.oss vision, :$h<=>n positioh oh the" Escoutative Staff of the Fourth Corp Yirca at Fort Benning "called., him, March 6, 1929, he was relieved’ from duty at Tientsin, China. It is this typo of loader shio that has liftedCCC lads, and $ave prominence to Co. 1439. His'ihaiy friends here wish him well grid with highest admira-. tion follow him in his transfer to the Commandant Generals Staff School, Leavenworth, Kanrias, by-Arthur C, VAn Saun,Ph,D. Captain Chaplain ‘pCC

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COMPANY NEWS • Friday night, May 24, was a "big night for everyone in Company 1439, Captain Brandon gave us the first dance we had had in several months. Girls were gotten from Tallahassee, Quincy and Bristol, Mrs Brandon acted as hostess, Speedro had the hall decorated very pretty using Blue and white paper, palmetta palms and colored lights. Punch and doughnuts were served as refreshments and a good time was had By all. We are expecting to have another one June 21st so lets make iVas good* if n4)t*Beti*5r.-tJafi. the last one. Company 1439 hod several very distinguished visitors last Monday, June 10, They were Col, Charles A, Dravo, District Commander and Major J, F, CorBy, District Surgeon, Another was 1st, Lt, Guy C. Chethen, Asst, Supply Officer, Dist, H. A new .library was gotten By Co, 1439 last Monday consisting of sixty Books, All the Books seem to Be of the very Best and we hope you enyoy reading them. Good times are still Being had in Quincy, The recreational hall is Buing added to as much as possible and later on is expected to Be more home like. Trucks are still going in on Friday and Sutured ay nights. For the past week Captain Brandon has Been conducting a class in Bridge. With his aid I think several good Bridge H team§ wild Je gotten up around camp, th now has nine students, Lt, Pomerance for the past few days has Be^n on leave. He arrived Back in camp last Sunday night and from reports.he had a very good time. Member Pete Alfonsa is still in Fort Benning suffering from' a sprained Back. Here's wishing his a speedy recovery, COMPANY 1439 GETS TWO NEW OFFIC3RS T..o menbors b. ve Been added to the Army personnel recently, 2nd, Lieutenant B, J, Copeland, C8S-A&SAG is a native of Birmingham Ala. and has served three weeks at Ft, McClellon, Ho has also served time in two other camps. Staying three and one-half months at F-l Beude, Miss, and eight months at P-59, GreonsBurg Lai 1st, Lieutenant Ken B, Burnham, Inf, Res, arrived here somtimes later and is a nativv„ of Gainesville, Fla, He also has served time in two other CCC camps, St.ying six months at Co, 1489, Winnfield, La, and six months at Co. 145S, Sherburne, La. Lt, Burnhan was commissioned through the C. M* T. C, We assure them of our cooperation toward making tour of duty hero successful and pleasant, NEWS FROM HERE ,diD YONDER Harry E. Gavitt, of Topeka, Kan., has n lake where he trains fish. His catfish and perch jump through hoops, over hurdles, come at his call, eat out of his hand, and alloe him to pet then, a Charles M aye,. Oakland, 111,, Blind f r nb irty-fi vo years, earns his i \ t ; nlrorg j 1 makes of r; .. : '. nay' 1 .over seen cr j Sammy Cantor, of Philade.y'v 1 .. lost Both legs when he iWH 'wo years old, he -recently hitchhiked +o Santa Monica, Calif,, on his artificial limbs and obtained a job as Bat Boy for the Chicago White Sox. -((Con t 'd next page Col.l)

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NEWS FROM HEBE AND YONDER (Cont'd from 2 Col. l) In pre-depression days Bert Fajazza, Crystal Beach, Ontario, Contractor, Built his driveway out of hard coal. Last winter hedug it up to keop warn, Jin Webster ah aged negro of Winston-Salem, N, C, has kept a silver dollar in his mouth for the past forty years to scare off. the withhes. So far he has worn out two silve 'dollars, After -being dhided by her husband because she gave birth to a daughter on Mother’s -Day, Mrs Phil French, of Cleveland, Ohio, ,tol-d hin to wait until Father’s Day, Six years later on Father ’ s .Day, she presented her husband with a son. Every day for -two years Callie M, Walker, Meridian, -Miss,, has memorized a poem, a-. Bible verse, a joke, and learned the definition of a new word. ’ft*********.*************** .it******* KNOWLEDGE IS POWER Answers to last weeks ten quest, 1, Of the true fishes, or Pisces, there are about 20,000 living species, 2, A Moko Shark • weighing 2176 lbs, holds 'the record, 3, No, 4, Many large ones inhabit the open ocean following ships for we oks 5, The average serving of a roe in resturants is half of a large shad roe, or fron 10,000 to 15,000 eggs, 6, The shark is the r.iost dangerous fish. 7 The largest shark of record is a whale shark weighing 26,000 lbs, 8, After the fire is over and the embers have cooled, rains wash tons of alkali ashes into the streams and lakes. This fundamental change in the water contents kill thousands of fish, 9, The eel has a single heart, 10, Fish 'are able to live at the greatest known depth of the ocean, *'* ************* ** ************* *'* PINE MOTS We wonder why Davis came back from home a day early. Couldn’t he wait to see tint woman ip. Tallahassee? How old is she Davis fifty or sixty? „ Blondy Hall says the reason he struck out four times in Noodville the otherday was because the pitcher threw the ball to slow, Formby says the girls at the game made him have stage fright. Now that Tom Traylor is gone Joe Jones can have the Wire Hair Blond all to himself at the next dance we have, Jessie Wiggins must have enjoyed the dance very much. Some one told me he sat on the s.teps all night waiting for the crowd to come back. How abour it Jessie? G, Smith-Where’s that good looking girl? Bedell -Who do you mean? Geer.he one I was dancing with Willie ago and wo looked like one. We do hope that Speedro enjoyed the dance after he worked so hard to decorate the hall but from what you can hear he had lots of competition with his girl. Is that right Tom? (Cont’d Next Page Col.l)

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• v PINS f KNCgS H >w .-A, Coi^i^ v Joe ..Hones andHSfce J ol&sbifJt c t \ that If you wannage^wgpjp.ar r a s ecl^ ^ carry-, your .girl ta-^ ti^ce, and give otat of gas on the way’^fck. It whs pretty "bad on Joe Junes he had to do all the pushing,* • \ N All Harry Formby needs to oust Cah Galloway is a black face. He proved he had everything else at the dance. Captain Brandon says he had lots rather make a nan cut a chord of wood than fine l^in. We wonder it several of the b'^ys agree with him, i ’ i ******************* *** *'* *'*'* *'* it* KNOELEQQE IS* POWER .; 4 \ Below are ten ..^uestiohs-See if you can answer theisIrThe answers will A appear in the next ’issue of this paper, 1, iHd-what battle was hhe American flgg ; first used? 2, When ‘a state is added to the Union, when is the star addedto the flag? s ; 3, When a flag is to be placed at half mast, is it run to the top of the silaff first? 4, How long has the American EMg had fdrty-eight stars? 5, Does the flag fly over the -National’*’ Capitol day and night? 6, Is the stars and stripes the oldest flag now in use? 7, Is it true that each star in our flag stands for an# Individual state, 8, How should the flag bo flown on Armistice Day, 9, Vi/hen was flag day first ccle(COnt’d next Col.) •braced in a public school .< ***.******** ** SPORTS C O, 1459 WINS FROM WOuDYILLE JUNE 9 Co, 1439 scored early. in the game to take'tTIe lead but Woodville rallied .in “the 7th to tie the score, Noe drove a single through the infield to soore Vilas f s sdcond fun and break the deadlock," ’Twqj hits and several stolen bas.ee put Co,.' 1439 in the lead 4-1, Woodville rallied again in the ninth ‘ to score „two runs, Thomas pitched a very good, gsmo for ‘Vilaft -allowing three hits. The 'box score: WOODVILLE AB R H E F, Hannon— ~LF~ ••3 0 .0 0 Griff i-n EB 4 1 0 2 Bickley 3B 4 0 1 0 R,Hannon SS 4 ..1 1 01 S, Lawhorn P 3 1 0 3 Rhodes CF 3 a 1 0 H. Lawhorn C 4 0 0 o ‘Hendrix IB'; e -4 0 0 1 E, Lawhorn RF 3-r *,? / 0 0 Total 32 3 3 6VILAS AB R H\ E s'Pinilli 3B 4 0 0 0 • Noe RF 3 1 1 0 'Johnson SS 4 1 1 1 Nolan ‘IB 4 0 0 0 Palmer LF 4 0 0 1 Collier CF 4 0 0 0 Hall 2.B 4 0 0 2 Stucky 2 0 0 0 Thomas P 3 2 0 0 Total §2 4 2 4 : V* $ * * -fi. v * Blondes may be beautiful and dumb but ne .’Sc/idybuck they knows thei.r vray aroundo U: • • f ... Girls will parade up and down the beach in nothing flab. In the city they are so modest .it hurii.

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