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THE LONGLEAF
COMPANY 1439 CCC FLA. F-9
DISTRICT "H"
APRIL 1935
COMMNDING OFFICER
ANTHONY F. STECH1E, CAPT. 328TH. INF.
J. B. -Pomerance, 1st. Lt. Med. Res. Edar H. Frederic, 2nd. Lt. 47thInf. J. B. Johnson, ,ducational Adviser E, A. Sutt61i, E 4E. R. A. Teachor.
J. .S FORtST SERVICE
W* Chafin, Pro ,9.-,,p;inteqd.t A. M. Barlow, Lineman J. M. Lowe, Truckk2rail Foreman J. W. Hill, Truzk Trail Foreman J. W. Windham,- Truck Trail Foreman
Taub A C04# ,'Actg.:upp1y Sgt. Edwin Har'ing, S'. s' Arnis ay, Fj.rtCook Joseph'"hhson, Actgc Mes d t* Adgcr Jon,;,,.E. S. Joe. To iJpongs, Company Clerk John Killebrew, Astg. First" Sgt Albert Martin, First Cook S. Stewart, F. 5. Hemp Sumner, F. S.
ASSISTANT LEADERS

Edgar Bowden Jas. L. Braswell W, F. Barofield Malcolm Bcasley G. M. Donaldson Wi. E. Dean Clyde Evans J. B. Faircloth
William

0arl Holsenback Robert Gore
'oodrow Keith J. Leatherwood Edward Menefce Frank S. Parker Porter I. Plott Tom A. Miller E. Walker

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STaFF OF THE LONGLEAF:
Captain 1Athcny F. Stccher, Supcr.1 J. B. Johnson, Editor William E. Walker, Assoc. Ed tif Joe T. Jones, Assoc, EdIta Thos. A. Miller, .A i C. G. BrownF Artist Zac- S. Mcpf, P4

ASTER TO YOU
B-Arthur C. VaNSauPh.D.
Captain Chaplain 000

A poet has sung, "Calvary Day
and Easter 'Da., earth's darkest
day ahd brightest day", are just one day apart. How often in lige
We meet people who are wishing
their fellow men "Calvary Days", S.... dark days. Is the curse heard
from so many lips.any other than :. calli fo, dapkes.t days" to
come' to some life. .If 'such imprecations werd carried out with the strictness of an official
order, how dreary this world would be. B3tt the darkest day and the br
brightest day are "just one day
apart".
In the Conpervation Corps we
are honor bound to make bright
days. From the small of wholesome
-. ...f~o-,:T:heigh of lots of clean clothes, bak2thg facilities, airy ba rraok work,, pay,..to the hour,
of hole worship, everything -is directed to roVile bright days for
the led, wifo ea- take it. Why not this Easter be a high resolve to n kLa all days brighter days for
our buddies, and refrain from naking any dark days for anyone. Such a resolve carried out with a smik
will make our present employment
truly a Civilian'.bonservation Corps.
.. Now.that the educational buildiig is nearly complete classes will be held from 3530 in the afternoon to 9:00 at night. Schedules of all the classes have been posted in the recreational hal; and .the educational building. Watch the schedule so you won't miss the class you arp .in.
All the classes will be held.in the, educational buildings Baseball .pratice will be held every afternoon at
three o'clock, We wi4h pore of the S boys w eid cIte-out.'If any of the
new'boys wish to play ball we yan.
them to come out..

10OK BEFOR GOING HW




NE WS FROM HERE ,ND YONDER
Cont d from page Col. 2) Amont those attendinL the 50th anniveraary of Mr. and irs. Ruel York of Nobleboro Me, were York's uncle, Sewell York, 94 year old Civil War veteran, and his 92 year cld aunt, I R Margaret York Barnes.
London- Sunburned and happy, the Ike and Diuthhss of Kent landed at Croydon Airdrome today after a flight from Paris completing their 71dding trip abroad
**~~* ********** ******* ******** *
NOWLEDGE IS POJER
Aelow are ten questions--Se- how many you can answer,--Answers will appear in the next issue of this paper.
-s it true that Martha Washingten could not write?
t. Is it true that Louisa M. Alcott Sold her hair?
3. Why is Helen Wills Mcody reterred to as "Little Poker Face"?
4, Was Floronce Nig.htingale assoeiated with the Red Cross?2
5. When did Cleopatra live?
6% Who w-as Lady Hamilton?
". How old is Galli Curci?
B. Who are the greatest wcmen of modern times?
S. What is Helen KPller's favorite Bible verse?
10. lWho was the first woman to obbtain a medical degree in the United States?

bP1'1 IEA.M'lif P-t7 I filST STA.Y ,1A.KI

SPORTS
VILLS, Fla.- The GOLDBRICKERS had an casy time last Saturday, April 13 defeating the Telogia team=4 The game was stopped at the end of the fifth ending probably because the Vila- boys war- tired of running around the bases, At this time th, score was 28 to 0.
----------*--------VILAS, Fla.- Seekin: revenge
the Telogia team came here Sunday and played but little better balls Aft-r the first ondin or two th. score keeper retired, therefore, we have no record.
----------*----------SPORT-SRPHS
Pie Traynor is reputdA to have the best memory in baseball for 'nams and faces, But for four years he's been trying to remembe-r how he hit .366 in 1930.
Ernio Orsatti is brittle and frequently has played with two bad legs, but he runs like a Champion sprinter when somebody trios to hit one over his head,
Dizzy Dean says he'll have enough load cf dough to retire
after 1936, but he probably has forgotten about Uncle Sam's take.
Everybody seems to think Cleveland is sure to win the pennantthat is, everybody except 7alter Johnscnnand Mickcy Cochrane,.
Babe Ruth stared in his Naticnal lecagur debut. Hitting a hbme run and a single to win the game,
That armle'ss mayor cut west P. going to kick out the first ba.Cat chor Bob &.'FaurrZl .is sering his tbiri stretch with the
SOparta Co.t-a-s ier Page C01.1)




IO-EDLSE IS POVJER
Ans. to last weeks ten questions.
1. In his will Barnlum disposed of an estate amounting to more than $4A, 00, 000,.
2. He died as a result of exposure while attending a dispute at which
he. artitrated between the Counts Albrecht and Sebbard of iMansfield,*
3. ll.xander sought to subject the Sntire world to the Greek spirit, to stzap the customs, the language, the culture, and even the thoughts of
the Greeks upon the surrounding Nations. .
46 His correct narame is Roney Smith and he lives in Cambridg-, England.
56 Hc was a French chemist noted for his investigations in bacteriology. It was for him that the process of pasteurization was naed.
6. Bismarck was a fomous German statesman who lived from 1.815 to 1898.
7. HL was born Jjuly 29, 1883.
8, Will Ro. rs was made the agood will" mayor of Beverly Hills, California, by the Ohamber of Comerce, Dec. 21, 1926.
9. Ha was a blacksmith in Iowa and died before his son was 12 y -ars old.
10. The men who fought and wcn a duel se at, d in a chair was Benjamin Constant.

TIS TRUE

TIS TRUE

Oherr up. The Legislature will be past history in sixty days.
Pork chops 40 cents a pound loaves thc accents on the "chops". REdl rlicf will come ;W/hn the gav4 orimnt gLets through with relief.
The other clay C~uwa>-d c

Cont'd from Col, 1.
election without the aid of the
gangsters,
Another way to get a lift is to
drop a cigarette butt in bed and
forget all about it.
Lot of People don't like a comic,
strip because they are a walking
- comic strips themselves
What th_ country needs is more Smen to grab hoe handles and less to grab billard cues,
It is said Huey Long gets only
$25, 000 a year. He makes a noise like a fellow who gets $50 dollars
a week.
Time changes men and conditions, .The East used to want to move West. Now the West wants to move East.
NEUS FROM HERE -dD YONLTDER
The Ma are-Maderia Railway in
Brazil was buile thru the sething juggle which took such a frightful toll of human life that each cress tie represents the death of a lab order.
Boston-When five-year o.d was
knocked down and painfully hurt by an automobilc, the motorist stepped out, handed him two cents, told him
to "go buy some candy" and sped away without identifying himself.
Casper, 4yo.-Expert marksmanship
of some early Wyoming Indian was
discovered here recently. A binson
skull, well preserved, was dug up near Pathfinder Dam, with a spear head imbedded just below the right
eye.
Montreal- A wool hooked rug, de picting a scene of Old Quebec, will be presented to King George Y as a Jubilee gift next month by the a nadian Handicrqft Guild. It will be maude by one of Canada's outstanding rug mikrs,




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New Men ArrivedA.

Thirty seven new men arrived last Thursday the 18th from all parts of Hillsboro County. These men have boen issued their issues of clothing etd. and are now helping with the camp duties while in quarantine which will last two weeks. They have been given their small pox vaccination and the first Typhid...Shot. We are sure thesy boys will help and carry'onr our 'chmp as,it has baen in the past. We hope thatthey will --like our camp and feel they are welcome here as old members. .
Visit by CQptr Fitts & MLr. Dunn.
Captain Fitts, Assistant
S -djutant did 11r. 'Duhn, Distfict Educational Advisor, paid our camp avisit last Friday. They
both sem~md very plausAd specially Ir. Dunn with thu -ducation program.
Visit By Motor Corl1,
hajor Cor paid th,cump short Visit la- Thursdlaj. He somed vry pl .asd.
at. Fred-ric on Visit
Lt. Frederic is now visitin his r lativus in Lu.He is _xpect-d back in a few days.
Lder S-rvic
The members of Co. I439 ohjoyud
a very pleasant evcnin. of singiaC ,.pril 21, I935. Mr. Fillingin and
lirs. Fillingin and their charming dau lhters were present. Miss 1,iyrlL Fillingin played the piano for ths company. Misses Doris and Mlyr1c avc a special number. use iss M yrl and Mr. Haggins gave a special number. The singing was' enjoyed'so "iuch that almost two hours WL.nt by without notice. It is hoped that Mr. Fillingi and his f:mnily will visit oux .'C .p
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Sunny.Spote
D1,4ONI14teel wh~it, kind cft:. ho did yo,~ see last iiight a western
Steel-fo kind of a moving shoew,.
.J. Johnson-I wish I had a"nickel
for -every girl I hav issued. :
J. Johos-Yes I b t y vokould rush
out and buy a pack u of g'm.
Holsenback-Do you like to play with
blocks...
autrey-Not sinc.-I have grpwNa .up.
Holsonbuck-Then w.,are y6u f ever
scratching youth head?
",-,. ..
' Girl Fri,,nd-My family refused ti
let me go With you. .
lott-Do they object to my standing? Sirl Friend-No to your staggering.
S Police-I am going tq. 1 t yoa out S of jail if'you will prroise-.to avoid
bad company.
Drunkard-Thanks so much. You will
never see me here aa.
J. ,Johnson-HadfL't I better 7ct some
liquor'for my birth-day party?
G. Smith-yes you will nccd courage
*to-look all those candles in th. face.
J. Nolan- Three kisses from mc baby
and you will be intoxicated.
Girl Friund-Sure your kisses would
drive any one to drink.
Lass-The man I marry must be tell
and handsome.
ivicGuff-Gimimie a chance I am Still
,rowing.
Country Palmer--How do you find
the hamburgers in this restaurant?.
Formby--With a magnifying glass.
Joe Jones tells ld'c Johnson
that if hc wants to get married he had bcttur do it r-tty quick before all of his h, ir comcs out.
We wonder why Guorgc Smith hps to leave the dance long before it is
over and sit oir the porch

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THE LQNGLEAF COMPANY 1439 CCC FLA. F-9 DISTRICT "H" APRIL 1935 COMMANDINGOFFICER ANTHONY F, STACKER, CAPT. 528TH. INF J. B. -•PonjGran.ee, 1st. Lt. Med. Res. Edgar H. Frederic, 2nd. Lt, 47th. Inf. J. B. Johnson, Educational Adviser E. A. Sutton, E."*E. R. A. Teacher 7 • >.•* \ • 7. ,S. FOREST service W, C, Chafin, Pr o' ^e.,Sup-r.;int e^d'e^t. A. M. Barlow, Lineman '* v"‘ J, M. Lowe, TruclChTrail Foreman J. W. Hill, Truck Trail Foreman J. W. Windham,Truck Trail Foreman • "• v ^fcSRs Paub A Confer v Actg* • Supply Sgt. Edwin Harding, F. S* Arnis Bay, FirS'.t; : Co'ok Joseph 'John’s on, Actg* Mese^gt. Alger Jones-',,, F.. S. Jo O' Tv J,ongs,' Company Clerk John Killebrcw, Aetg* First Sgt, Albert Martin, First Cook W, S. Stewart, F. EJ. Hamp Sumner, F. S. ASSISTANT LEADERS Edgar Bowden Carl Holsenback Jas. L. Braswell Robert Gore W F, Barefield Woodrow Keith Malcolm Beasley J, Lcathcrwood 0. M. Donaldson Edward Menefee W. E. Dean Frank S. Parker Clyde Evans Porter I. Plott J. B. Faircloth Tom A. Miller William E. Walker ***********A*********************** STIFF OF THE LQNGLEAF : 7 : 7 Captain Anthony F. St ocher Super. J, B. Johnson, Editor William E. Walk c-r, Assoc* Ed itfC Joe T. Jones, Assoc Edii-ci* Th cs A, Miller C. G. Brownip Artis t Gao S. McC-ufT, Poet EASTER TO YOU By-Arthur C, Van-, Sauh,Ph,D, Captain Chaplain CCC A poet has .sung, "Calvary Day and Easter Day, earth’s darkest day ahd brightest day", are just one day apart,. How often in lige we meet people who are wishing the hr fe&low men "Calvary Days", ..' dark days. Is the curse heard from so many lips. any other than, calling for, ""darkest days" to come' to some 'life. If such imprecations were carried out with the strictness of an official order, how dreary this world would he. But the darkest day and the br brightest day are "just one day' apart". In the Conservation Corps we are honor bound to make bright days. From the small of wholesome • food, the sight of lots of clean clothes, ba^hlhg facilities', airy barrack^f* work,! pay to the honrr of hole worship,, everything -is directed to provide bright days for the lad; -who eah' take it Why not this Easter be' a high resolve to sake all days brighter days for our buddies, and refrain from naking any dark days for anyone. Such a resolve carried out with a smilfe will make' our present employment truly a Civilian .bpnservation Corps, 1 w* g' : Now. that the educational building is nearly complete classes will be held from 3:30 in the afternoon to 9:00 at night. Schedules of all the classes 'have been posted in the recreational hall and -the educational building. Watch the schedule so you won’t miss the class you are -in. All the classes will be held, in the. educational building* Baseball ..practice. will be held every afternoon at three o'clock* We wish .piore of the hoys would come-outi' If any of the new boys wish to play ball we want them to come out,. LOOK BEFOR GOING AHEAP-

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SPORTS HEWS FROM HERE aiND YONDER Cental from page Col 2 ) Amont those attending the 50th anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ruel York of Notleboro Me, were York’s ancle, Sewell York, 94 year old Civil War veteran, and his 92 year old aunt, Mrs. Margaret York Barnes. LondonSunburned and happy, the 3"oke and Du&hhss of Kent landed at Croydon Airdrome today after a flight from Paris completing their 7/ adding trip abroad! %********************************** fflOWLEDOE IS PO.JER Below are ten questions — See how many you can answer. — Answers 7/ill appear in the next issue of this paper. • Is it true that Martha Washington could not v/rite? £. Is it true that Louisa M. Alcott sold her hair? VILAS Fla.The GOLDBRICKEP.S had an easy time last Saturday, April 13 defeating the Telcgia team. The game was stopped at the end cf the fifth ending probably because the Vilas boys wer tir-^d of running around the bases. At this time the score was 28 to VILAS, Fla.Seeking revenge the Telogia team came here Sunday and played but little better ball. Aft .r the first endin or two the score keeper retired, therefore, v/e have no record. f „ — SPORT -(Kb JUS Pie Traynor is reputed to have the best memory in baseball for 'names and faces. But for feur years he’s been trying to remember how he hit .366 in 1930. 2. Why is Helen Wills Moody referred to as ’’Little Poker Face”? 4, "Was Florence Nightingale associated with the Red Cross? Ernie Orsatti is brittle and frequently has played v/ith two bad legs, but he runs like a champion sprinter when somebody tries to hit one over his hc-ad# o. When did Cleopatra live? o. Who was Lady Hamilton? r *. How old is G-alli Curci? 8. Who are the greatest women of modern times? 9. What is Helen Keller’s favorite Bible verse? / 10. Who was the first woman to obtain a medical degree in the' rnited States? +**** ;v i .* ~ V + •+* <77* + +U U 7/7 y/> y.v mist sta y ciaa w fizzy Dean says he’ll have enough load cf dough to retire after 1936, tut he probably has forgotten about Uncle Sam’s take. Everybody seems to think Cleveland is sure to win the pennant” that is, everybody except ’Walter Johns cn^and Mickey Cochrane. Babe Ruth stared in his National leagur debut. Hitting a homerun and a single to win the gam-v That armless mayor out west i.* going to kick out the first ba,?-. Catcher Bob P 'Farrell is so r 5 “ ing his third stretch with the yVr.ii l.i m.2 (Spurts e'en t' A Pnge Col? 1 )

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IH1G17LZDGE 15 PQV/ER Ans to last weeks ten quest icns. 1 In fcis will Barnum disposed of an estate amounting to more than $4, 000,000. £. He died as a result of exposure while attending a dispute at which he. arbitrated between the Counts Albrecht and Gebbard of Mansfield, 3, Alexander sought to subject the entire world to the Greek spirit, to stamp the customs, the language, the culture, and even the thpughts of the Greeks upon the surrounding Nations, 4* His correct name is Rodney Smith and he lives in Cambridge, England. 5* He was a French chemist not-.d for his investigations in bacteriology* It was for him that the process of pasteurization was named. 6. Bismarck was a famous German statesman who lived from 1815 to 1898. 7. He was born July 29; 1883. 8 V/ill Ro .ers was made the ’'good will” mayor of Beverly Hills, California, by the Chamber "of Commerce, Doc. 21, 1926. 9. He was a blacksmith in Iowa and died before his son was 12 ymrs old. 10. The man who fought and wen a duel seated in a chair was Benjamin Cons t ant TIS TRUE TIS TRUE Cheer up. Thu. Legislature will be past history in sixty days. Pork chops 40 cents a pound .leaves thi accents on the f, chop 3 M Real relief will cOme when the gov* ernment gets through with .relief. The ether day Cbioagjo ax* / t'c-n s T d n -x f /.’rvi Cent ’d from Cel. 1. election without the aid of the gangsters Another way to get a lift is to drop a cigarette butt in bed and forget all about it. Lot of People don’t like a comic > 3trip because they are a walking comic strips themselves; What the country needs is more men to grab hoe handles and less to grab billard cues. It is said Huey Long gets only $25, 000 a year. He makes a noise like a fellow who gets $50 dollars a wee k. Time changes men and conditions. t The Fast used to want to move West, Now the West wants to move East. NEWS FROM HERE ,iND YONDER The Mamare-Maderia Railway in Brazil was builo thru the seething jungle which took such a frightful toll of human life that each cross tierepresents the death of a laborer. Boston-Wbun five-year c}d was knocked down and painfully hurt by an automobile, the motorist stepped out, handed him two cents, told him to M go buy some candy” and sped away without identifying himself. Casper, Wyo -Expert marksmanship of some early Wyoming Indian was discovered here reeecntly. A bins on skull, well preserved, was dug up near Pathfinder Dam, with a spear head imbedded just below the right eye, MontrealA wool hooked rug, de-^ picting a scene of Old Quebec, will be presented to King George f as a Jubilee gift next month by the Canadian Handicraft Guild, It will be made by one of Canada ’s outstanding rug makers, tft'nt M Abmt Page

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V \ \ \ V\ \ \ \ New Men Arrived Thirty seven new non arriv' .d last Thursday the I8th from all parts of Hillsboro Courlty. Those men havebeen v issued their issuesof clothing etc. and are new helping with the camp duties while in quarantine which will last two weeks They have been given their small pox vaccination and the first Typho-id.Shot Wo are sure these boys will help and carry' on our 'camp as, it has been in the past. We hope thair they will "like our camp, and feel they are welcome here as odd members, ’ v* "Visit by Capt. Fitts & Mr. Dunn. Captain Fitts, Assistant ''Adjutant diid Mr. \Duhn, District Educational Advisor, paid our camp avisit last Friday. They both seemed very pleased -^sp^cially Mr. Dunn with the education program. a Visit By Mcjjor Corl “7 iJca Major Cor#!#' paid the /'camp a short visit., lasrc Thursday. He seemed very pleased. Lt. Frederic on hi Visit Lt Frederic is n.ow visiting his relatives in La. He is exp^ctod back in a few days. • j_d£fer S_rvicThe members of Co. 1439 enjoyed a Very pleasant evenin. of singing april 21, 1935. Mr. Fill ingin and Mrs. Fillingin and their charming daughters were present. Miss Miyrle Fillingin played the piano for tlm company. Misses Doris and Myrlc gave a special number, nlso Miss Myrle and Mr. Haggins gave a special number. The singing w^s enjoyed' so much that almost two hours went by without notice. It is hoped that Mr. Fillingin and his family will visit oi:.r camp Sunny Spots • \ % • • : DZLlQHIrJ£teel w:.„t, kind cf. & show did yo'i b e last night a western^ St^el-Uo Icind of a moving show,J. Johnson1 .fish I had a nickel for every girl I havUiss-d. J. Johes-Yos I bet y oft-Would rush out and buy a packa cf g’um. H’olsenback-Do you like to play with blocks. 4 .utrey-Not sinc-*I have grqwn .up. Is enback-Then, wh^.. are ycu i scratching ycuf. head? 1 •r-. Girl Fri.nd-My family refused to Mi let me go with you. Plott-Do they object to my 3t .ndir. 'tirl' Friend -No to your staggering. Felice1 an going tc ; l~t yoia out of jail if’you will prcrdis r .tc ovoid bad company. Drunkard-Thanks so much, ou will never see me here again. J. Johns on-Hadh’ t I bettor -~t liquor 'for my birth-day party? G. Smith-yes you wil ; need coura ;e -tolook all those candles in th. face. J. NolanThree kisses from me baby and you will be intoxicated. Girl Friend-Sure your kiss s woulu drive any one to drink. Lass-Tile man I marry must be till and Handsome. r.icGuf f-Gimmie a chance I an Still -.rowing. Country Palmer — How do you find the hamburgers in this restaurant' Formby — With a magnifying glass. Joe Jones tells* J^c'e Johnson that if he wants to get married he had better do it r-tty quick before all of his in ir corns out. iVc wonder why George Smith hps tc leave the dance long before it is over and sit on the porcl 1 /