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Osceola news

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Title:
Osceola news
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Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 4430
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Lake City, Florida
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CCC Company 4430
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English
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v.1, no.2, December 6, 1935
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volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
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Box 2
Box: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder: C.C.C. ,#2444, #4430, and #4451

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Began 1935.

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In connection with Thursdcay night's pryoer hour a thrilling pep meeting v:vs held. To strrt the affair a pr.Lat ble supper Tws served in the mess. "Duck" being the cheif dish.
Yells and pp songs wore enjoyed by l11 present. The pep address wcs giv-n by less St.,Anor~o He w s able to hold the men Lat rept attention. A1id 1the thunCerous p-olouse 0ud shiouts the bess agt. c-bl oe to get ue nough ste'mr to m o his CLlivery 1in gre t Ityle. h points of interest in tihe address wore:

Our hman n.ods.

Our cupend.nts .t hoio. oing our tas: with smilu.

moral conduct.

Sfor our country, our ourselves.

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Hians are being mrcde so that every nurmber that spends Christmas in camp will onjoy thl:selvoes. anta Clrus is goigg to be wiith us. But the rulo is that you must hang up your stocling and not your girls One of the bust mois you h:vo evexr o ten will be Cserved for dinuL. oer onL that dLay. During Utho fte rnoon there will be a number of events for the ontertainment of the Company and nv friends that they invite. Where will be group, qucrtotto, o n colo eingingvvarious kinds of dancing. for the athletic contests a grcnd piriZe will be given to
the winner of the most eronts. The following athletic events are planned:
1. 50 'nd 100 yard d .shes.
e.St.nding and running broad jumrs
3. Standing and running high
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loaders of this Company are recuirodto ttend the meetings that Pro hold in the 'daca'tional 3uild-g 6u W odncscdayI ,nd Frid.ys. 2ho-e, who h'.voe First id' cnrds vil b ex ocuseod from clseos. A.ll others Gro recquirod. to .ttud. 2hoso
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OSCEOLA NE2TS

Published four times each month by the members of 0ompauy 4430,
0.0.., Lake City, Florida.
Vol. 1, No. E,Decemrber 6, 1935.
---------alter Lamb, 1ditor-in-cheif. esley 1filler, Assistant ]ditor. Ornest Lamb, Art editor. B.A.Andersou, business Lanager. .2.3Southgrte, Reporter.
---------CADE LIITORY
Capt. k.7I.Lunn, 'ommanding. 2nsign 1.B.Thomps ~n, J Officer. Capt,P.B.Hall, Camp Jurgeon. Lt.Neville, Sub-District Charylail
0.P.Yawu, -duc"tional .dviser.
L.O.coleman, Project Jupt. R.L.Green, _ruck Trail Foreman. .7.i._.cDonald, du.purvising _,ech.
0.D.Dowling, Crew Leai"er. :.T.Lathers, Squad Foreau. R. Griffin, Squa Foreman. B. Praser, ,quad oremain., .J. 3. 3Bryan, 1e h, orman. .Gregory, Skilled Laborer. Perry King, Civil Zngineer.
THESATRI TIC12To
Tickets for the De Soto Theatoer oef Lake City are now on sale at the Ceomp Exchange.Theso tickets are being sold for ten cents, 3ave money when you patronize this theater by buying your tickets from the Camp Exchange. A copy of the program for next week will be in the 2Exchange so that you may select the pictures- you wish to attend.

December 6 1'

JAMb CHAPLAIN
by

B.A.Anderson
Thich of these are you living for ? Please underscore the one that applies in your case, I. To act.
II. To be in others ,y. III. 2o be a fault finder. IV. To depend on your mother, V. To stort a mutiny or be trouble -maker. VI. To be an inventor. VII. -o be a peccemaker. VIII. To be u philanthropist,

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0 0 N 2 0 Y, Inc. 0C-.4C Jest Bay at. Jacksonville, Florida.

1, S a.nd PIROVISIOSi.

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Sunday night, December 8, 1935, 1 the men of Company 4430 will worship at the Bethel tist Church in Lakle City. Led by Senior Foreman cannon, the Camp Chaplain, Anderson, the leaders, assistant leaders and members will all attend this services
Zhe mi,_ddle aisle of the church has been reserved for the Compan?. The main features of the services will be the sermon,.
Cruartette selections, and other numoe rs,
This service has been carefully arranged by the Camp Chaplain, Anderson, whose sole intent lies in the spiritual, educational, and physical needs of the men.
OT to 3ethel at Lake City '
LJADR JE.lIJ., 3 IL 10OS2ITAL
Robert Jenkins, L oeder, was taken sick, Novenber 23,at is home in Lake City. ,i was carried to the U.S. Veterans Hospital from there. .7. hav e been told that hi con ditio is somewhat improved and hope that he will soon be back in camp.

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The I'uco1tional JDepartment of this Comrpany has justt received a new set of -carpentry tools.
These tools are to be used by the rier:bers that are enrolled in tha carpentry classic which *
meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays.1 Learn a trade while you are in the C.0.C.--you have )Ienty of
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35 v !> 1 i ai 3il,! t'? r fi y f \ <> k /u^ 2 PJP ILI.jTI.UGr t t .1, .. ^ '.LAZ G.ijjxi HVHi rfo In connect ion with Timm dry night r s prayer hour a thrilling PLxHIlBD' TO H pop meeting was held. To strrt CHBI3 TILTS T the affair a pair ta ole supper was served in the mess. ,r Duck ,T being the cheif dish. Plans are being made so that every member that spends Yells and pep songs were enjoyed Christmas in oarnp will enjoy by all present. The pep address themselves. Santa Claus is gowr s give n b y He s s S gt An de rs o n ipg to bo with us. But the He was able to hold the men at rule is that you must hang up rr pt a tt e nt i o a Ami d t he yrur stocking and not your girls thunderous applauses and shouts One of the best meals you the Hess Sgt. was able ; jg get have eve.r eaten will be served up enough steam to m, ho his for dinner on that day. During delivery in great style. The the : ftornoon there will be points of interest in the a number of events for the address acre: entertainment of tho Company and any friends that they I. Our human needs. v invite. There 7/ill be group, quartette, and solo cingingv1 1 Our de pe n do nt s a. t 1: o me various kinds of dancing. Tor tho athletic contests a { I II. Doing our task with a smile. grand prise will be given to the v/ inner of the most events. ,IV. Our moral conduct. V.Our lovo for our country, our Tho following athletic events aro planned: c mp, and ourselves. 1. 50 and 100 yard dashes. 1 x.HH S 0. 1 BOOHS ; 2. Standing and running broad — jumps • Our Company hap just received 3. Standing and running high enough now song books to jumps provide each member with one. These backs will help group 4-. One -half mile run. 1 singing considerably. 5. ji'eo'br’ll throw M

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-P-gG 2 Oboq o L Low s Do center 6. 1955 dJ-xiJO "h^r i Pats Gleaned and Blocked. 5 -The opjf. ’ S A II’ J3H 0 A 3 A P A I 3 Ole Gc re less love broke many a Phone 0 H 0 P 5-9639 poor bey's heart. It has caused oar ex-Asst, Ad, adviser t lose his job, and It sooma that 'Jo call for and deliver. the some thing will cause him to leave his 0.0,0. home. "7/e stand behind the 49 T ors’ ? j i 7/indy McCoy seems to have found s omo 1 hi ng of interest in .on mp • 1 DISTRICT GOLD. ALLAH The boys are wondering why he VI SI To CALEB J doesn't go t o t on; n -ma yb e he — is runny that w-. y. Tuesday, December 3, Lt Gol. Drain, the Commanding Officer A certain first Aid man kept of District "F2, and Major watch Wednesday night, he sure Boy Inn, the District Quarterwants the old yer to go out, master, visited our camp and but he went to sleep on the made a sharp inspection. They job. Maybe he w. s watching the kitties pla.y while au army were here for about thirty minute truck driver had some fun. hxchango jobs with the nightPIRST ,,ID PAATA GO w a t o lima n "Punch". — ; -- ; -gg --n-f-t-h-e-lea dor§ and assistant Plash l -Pa orderly gets rocks loaders of this Company are in his jaws -with "Cuba" for required to attend the meetings cramping his :: sflylo a/ith a tha.t are held in the Aduea.tional young lady from Live Oak. Maybe Building on 7/odnesdayb and ho has aright to after going to Fridays. Those who have First said city for her. Ihero is *id cards will be excused from only one word that swells the • Glasses, .ill others are same either -way. Don't be that re qui red to at t e rid • Thes o way, Mr. C-- ''Juba" has gone classes are conducted by Capt home, sa has the lady. hall, Gamp Surgeon. Upon ’’ coma; lot ion of the course you a Mr. Gannon has cheese around his collar; so has "Coke". .3 up your s e Ive s a s 1 i p -o ve r bo ys • •will beawarded a First Aid Card by the .one rice a Hod Gross, Loo kout '. Larry -V 3 T homps o n is on your trail. Glernous BRAGG'S FISH IAHKAT should take "solitude” for his theme song-he doesn't go to 87 7 Port h Marion Street, taw tv. A.C. Is on the trail .of the Jj.sst and a certain Phone lo. 117 -A, • orderly; from w hat happened wh 3 n ho w j nt t o t ow a a; i t h s omo Lake City* Fla body the other night, now, 1 behave Go lum bus '. F i s h -s hr imp Oy s tors• Adi os BoysMiller,,

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Page g O'" co ok. pews December 6, 1955 OS CP OLA HL./3 BEL CAMP CHAP LA 1 11 i by Published, four tunes each month by the members of Comp an:/ 4430, B. A. Anders on G.C.O., Lake City, Florida. Thich of these are you living for ? please underscore the Vol. 1, ha. *, December 6, 1935. one that applies in your case, I. To eat. II. To be in others way. './alter Lamb, Ldit or-in-cheif Lesley killer, Assistant Ld.it or. III. Bo be a fault finder. Lrnest L. Lamb, Art Ld.it or. j B. A. Anders on, Business Manager. IV. To depend on your mother. '.7 .1 Southgate Reporter • V. To str rt a mutiny or be a trouble -make r • VI. To be an inventor. CAMP DIRECTORY VII. Bo be a peacemaker. Capt K.'/.Lunn, 'Commanding. Lnsign F.B.Thompsen, OL Officer. Capt .P .B .Ha 11 Camp Surge o n VIII. Bo bo a philanthropist. Lt.Eeville, Sub-District Chaplain C.P.Yawn, Lducational adviser. L.O. Coleman, Project Supt R.L. Green, Brack Brail Foreman 7 7 Lie D o n a 1 d S up o rv i s i n g Me c h • C.D. Bowling, Crew Leader. S 1.1 I B H, • '7 i .Lathe rs Squad For ema n • • R. Griffin, Souad Foreman. R ’ I CHARES 0 L, B. Fraser, Scpaad Foreman. \ J. S. Bryan, lie ch. Foreman. 0 0 H A 0 Y, Inc. ./..Gregory, Skilled Laborer. 336-340 Lest Bay St, Perry king, Civil Engineer. Jacksonville, Florida. TELA BLR T I CISTS i 1 Tickets for the Be Soto Theater af Lake City are now on sale at t he Camp Lzchan ge The so* t i eke t s are being sold for ten cents. 1 i i MEATS and PROVISIONS. Save maney when you patronize this theater by buying your tickets from the Camp Exchange. "The House of Quality A copy of the program for next week will be in the Exchange so that you may select the picturesyou wish to attend. and .Service l"

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page 4 December G, 1935 C COPAL Y DO VORD .IP A I ij_iii.Lr'.iDO-'wi' OOD CiiLTRCH j l I Sunday night, December G, 1935, the men of Company 4430 will worship at the Bethel Baptist Church in La he City. Led by Senior foreman Cannon, the Camp Chaplain, Anderson, the leaders, assistant leaders and members will all attend this service* the middle aisle of the church has been reserved for the Company, The main features of the services will be the sermon,. Quartette selections, and other numbers Phis service has been carefully arranged by the Camp Chaplain, Anderson, whose sole intent lies in the spiritual, educational, and physical needs of the men. I? ITCH VIuKIHSOil? ILC. /hole sale Or to 3ethel at Lake City \ \ LDADDR JBLIlILS II. II03PITAL ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Produce and fruit 0 or.inii s s i o n Me r c ha n t s'' Robert Jenkins, Loader, was taken sick, |lovenber 28, at his home in Lake City. Ho was carried to the U.3. Veterans Hospital from there. Vo have been told that his condition is somewhat improved and hope that he will soon be back in camp 324 Vest Day dtreet i Jacksonville, Florida f t i i i Â’ CARPD1.TRY TOOLo. I O.C.C. boys always welcome The DGucat local Department of this Company has .just received a new set of -carpentry tools. These tool.? are to be used by the members that are enrolled in the carpentry class which meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays., Learn a trade while you are in ( the C.C.C.--you have plenty of j