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Chronicle

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Chronicle
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Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 4451
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Shady Grove, Florida
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CCC Company 4451
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v.2, no.33, November 15, 1936
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volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
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IOL. 2 Novui:iber 15, 1936 No. 33
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R ANKLIX DELAN0 R00SEV E L




THE CE27OICLE

Published bi-monthly by the lducational Department of Co. 44-1l; C.C.C. Shady Grove,lilorida.
ARL1Y PERSONITEL
Lt. Herbert 0. Jones Jr. Commranding Officer
Lt. John F. Gibbons Mess Offic0r Lt. G. W. Neece Camp Sur-eon

W. H. Solomon

Educational Adviser

Chronicle Staff
Ienry D. Simmons Editor in Chief
Dolphus A. Mains Assoc. Editor iames B. Gray Jokes Editor Cyrus Mayes Jr. Religious Editor Matthew Manuel Field Editor Herbert L. Horse Editorial

Outs nadiig writer said:"SUccess, is thiit -Thich erring men calls
Chanc. Was it really chance or luck? a it a "break"? No.' It was duJ to his ability to continue overlastin onward. He chose the proper er uind bot xay, and not the easiest way. The. _asiost *ay isn't always thi bhst Whenever the elevator to success is not running, take the st a i r.
Remember if you have the ability to be successful in small things you will be successful in large things. No is the time to start. Start here while you are in the CCC. If you are successful here you ,-ill be successful when you got out. Success depends on doing your best ahd always keep on doing your best.
Always remember this when you undertake to roach your goal during these modern times. "IPJSH PULL OR GET OUT OF THE WAYLI

* * ** **r** ** ** **

THE SUCCESSFUL iiU

SA1L2 OLD SY11PTON Take my temperature,

Have you ever asked yourself a Fool my pulse,
question like this? Who is the suc- Tuck me in bed and send mo flowers, cessful man, and what is it he does Call for a doctor, that makes him victorious in all Bring in a nurso, dealings. Have thom exert their healing powers
The successful man is the man who
pushes foward and continues to climb I fool dizzy. regardless of conditions. No matter My hoad is light. what obstacle confronts him he man- 1,2y heart soads uo to the clouds ages to overcome it with a smile. He and then-is not the type that is easily dis- I,ll take medicine, couraged. He is the man that plan I,1l be good, his work aid work his plans. He is Surely I can be well again. persistent irresistable ,and has a feeling that tells him that thare Nelson E. Taylor are no benches on the road to success. His goal is forever uppermost in his mind.
In other words,this man is like a TAXATION TIRNATION river in many ways. No matter what confronts a river it keeps on ever- A tax for this, a tqx for that, lastingly toward its outlet. Some. My, how Uncle Sam can pass the hat. times it seems to cease, but if you watch closely you can readily see Avery Powell that it is forever moving foviard. Some day it will reach its goal rogardless of circumstances. Congress use to speak in thousands
The successful man is the man who with bated breath. Now they speak in keeps on keeping on. One great and billions with one breath.

PAG 7 2

NTOV.15 ,1936

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VIJ1TS PARENTS ON LEAVE
Member James Harvey made a lkt..Lt. Herbert 0. Zones went on short visit to his home in Ocala, leave November 7, 1936, to take a Florida, on last week-end. short trip through the Southland.
Zr.George H. Kennedy was called to the bedside of his wounded
father,who was injured aceidontallY ARMISTICE CELEBRATION GO.LS OVER with a revolver. His home is located at Ocala, Florida. Ve wish November 11, 1936, was a big day for his father a speedy recovery. for members of Company 4451. This National Holiday was celebrated in IfTr. Lucious Bennett visited such a way at this Company, untill his home in Saint Augustine, Fla., there will be quite a while before
on last week-end. He states that each member will forget it. Everyhe had a very fine trip, thing that would bring the spirit of good feeling vas at Company 4451 Mbr. Leroy Johnson made a short on Armistice Day.
visit to his home in Lawtey, Fla. Each man had a part to play in the celebration. We had games of all kinds, such as horse shoo, Basketball, Foot-ball, and many othor'-typos of games.
THIRTIEa MEMBERS TRANSFERRED At 2:00 PM a touch Foot-ball game taken place. A team, dressed in 0.Db November 6, 1936, brought forth lead by Henry Hamm, played a team
the departure of thirteen men dressed in overalls,led by Booker T. from this Company. These men were Hill. The overall team defeated the transferred to Company 4430, O.D. team by a one sided score of which is located at Woodsville, 20-0. The passing attack of the Florida. All members were very winners were to much for the losers. sorry to see these men go, since The winners racked up the three they had been in this Company so touchdowns,and.one safety in the long. early minutes of the second quarter.
The group *hat left ior Woods- James Lancaster starred with his
ville wore James Blye, haroli Man- wide end runs. The game was very exuel, G~eorge Sawyer, Bud Lightsey citing. Charles Hayes, Evelio Penelver, Immediately after the game all Francis Lewis, Sidney Hankerson,. visitors and friends gathered in the David Gadsen, David Thomas, El- Recreation Hall where card games were bridge Ingraham, James Simmons, enjoyed by all. and Joseph Harden. Later, a very good dinner was served to all guest and members.
bmediately after dinher, the crowd were invited to the Recreation Hall C.E.A. VISITS JACKSONVIILE to see the Movies. The main feature
was, "Collegiate", starring Jack Oakiq Camp Educational Adviser,Wil- Francis Langfordand Ned Sparks. All liam H. Solomon, made a short visitors seemed to be impressed very, visit to Jacksonville, on Satur- much at the newly installed picture day, November 7, to see the an- dibfttion. nual classic between the Univer- The celebrations at 11:00 AM vere sity of Florida Fighting Gators very throughly planned, and voA also and the Georgia Bulldogs. He worked very smoothly. The boys gave states that he enjoyed himself the visitors a good vic-v of upright very much while in the city of Military drilling. Jacksonville. At 9:45 PM all visitors and friends departed for their various homes.

PA G E

Nov. 15, 1936

THE CHRCIts




PAG-3 4 Novi 5J9'36

DID YOU KOW?
DID YOU KNOW THAT Me ber 3ooker I. -ill --ets i tioube every time he goes to Madison, Fla.
DID YOU KiTOW THAT the LeaderS& Assistant Leader5Ciub is offerirr025.00 to aniy man wi-ho will compete with James D. Blye in an eating contest.
DID YOU V;cW T1AT Jimmie Gray didn't pay JiMimie TBingo" Mathis this payday.
DID YJ K11W THAT a certain member cried because he thought he was to be transferred to the side Camp at Woodsville. His troubles have not been reported ,but I think it was due to something in Madison.
DID YOU KYOW THAT Jimmie Mathis is getting very popular in the city of Madison.
DO VIN AND OUT
WILLIAM ("BINm CROSBY") NHESON has come to the end of a perfect day with hi2 great crooning ability. He is now resting easy in the Infirmary with a terrible throat ailment.Soma are sorry, and some are glad. Some of the boys said he was very narrow anyway for not giving the cats, and dogs more time for their daily show.
LAUGHS FiOL THE SHOWS
Manager: If we don't figure out a a way to spend that one hundred and twenty million dollars we lose our job s.'
Secretary: How about a bridge over the ississippi-- lenghtwis.
How is every thing out in Kansas, Aunt Minnie?
It's so drL out there untill the trees are chasing the dogs.
And it is reported one Broadway show flopped so badly on opening

ni ,h1 that the third act took place in C inrs Warehouao.
NAIE MY POISON
My memory's hazy I'm not feeling bright I wonder what made me so crazy lastnight?
I haven't a notion I simply aaint narie Exactly vhqt potion Was wholly to blame.
Or was it the brandy Or Cointreau or grape Vhich made it seem dandy To act like an ape?
Or 'a; it the Apple Or Scotch in its prime That caused me to grapple The curtains and Climb?
But memory's foggy In fact, it's a blank Which drink made mo groggy Of all that I drank?
They all caused a glow which I greatly ey1joOd- But I'll never know which I ought to avoid
--Berton Braley.
I wonder what is the matter with Lamar Poe. He goes to town over night and still that isn't enough.
"TPanther" Jones is visiting Madison every other night to sec his little
School girl.
William 1elson visited his home for t first time in fourteen months and than didn't stay but three hours. The C.C.C. must agree with him.
The boys arc wondering when will Joe Bridges visit his home, He has not been home in thirty three months. "Panther" Jones said he is afraid he will have to dig a supply of coal when he goes to Alabama. We dont believe it Joe.Make him prove it.

Nov.1_ 5,197)

TH""i M D

PAGZ 4




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PAGE 2 chromic le Uov. 35 ,1936 TEE Published, bi-monthly by the Educational Department of Co. 4451; C.C.. C. Shady Grove Florida. ARMY" PERSOHHEL Lt. Herbert 0. Jones Jr, Commanding Officer Lt. John F. Gibbons Mess Officer Lt. G. W. Heece Camp Surgeon W, H. Solomon Educational Adviser Chronicle Henry D. Simmons polphus A. Manns Barnes B. Gray Cyrus Mayes Jr. Re Matthew Kanu el F Herbert L. Morse Staff Editor in Chief Assoc. Editor Jokes Editor ligious Editor ield Editor Editorial outstanding writer said: "Success is that which erring men calls chance Tr Chance.’ Was it really chance or luck? Was it a ’’break”? Ho. 1 It was due to his abilitjr to continue everlastingly onward. He chose the prop* er and best way, and not the easiest v r ay. The easiest way isn’t always the best way. Whenever the elevator to success is not running, take the stairs. Remember if you have the ability to be successful in small things you will be successful in large things. How is the time to start. Start here while you are in the CCC. If you are successful here you will be successful when you get out. Success depends on doing your best ahd always keep on doing your best. Always remember this when you undertake to reach your goal during these modern times. ’’PUSH PULL OR GET OUT OF THE WAY” THE SUCCESSFUL MAH Have you ever asked yourself a question like this? Who is the successful man, and what is it he does that makes him victorious in all dealings. The successful man is the man who pushes foward and continues to climb regardless of conditions. Ho matter what obstacle confronts him he manages to overcome it with a smile. He is not the type that is easily discouraged. He is the man that plan his work and work his plans. He is persistent # irresistable and has a feeling that tells him that thare are no benches on the road to success. His goal is forever uppermost in his mind. In other words, this man is like a river in many ways. Ho matter what confronts a river it keeps on everlastingly toward its outlet. Some' times it seems to cease, but if you watch closely you can readily see that it is forever moving foward. Some day it will reach its goal regardless of circumstances. The successful man is the man who keeps on keeping on. One great and SAME OLD 3YMPT0H Bake my temperature, Feel my pulse Tuck me in bod and send me flowers, Call for a doctor, Bring in a nurse Have them exert their healing powers. I feel dizzy.’ My head is light.’ My heart soads up to the clouds and then-1,11 take medicine, 1,11 be good, Surely I can be well again. Helson E. Taylor TAXAT lOHSTARHAT IOH A tax for this, a tape for that, My, how Uncle Sam can pass the hat. Avery Powell Congress use to speak in thousands with bated breath. How they speak in billions with one breath.

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PAGE 3 N 07 15, 1936 THE CHRCL VISITS PARENTS Member James Harvey made a short visit to his home in Ocala, Florida, on last week-end* Mfcr. George H. Kennedy was called to the bedside of his wounded father, who was injured accidentally ARMISTICE CELEBRATION GOES OVER with a revolver. His home is loON LEAVE 1st.. Lt* Herbert 0. lones went on leave November 7, 1956, to take a short trip through the Southland. cated at Ocala, Florida. Tie wish for his father a speedy recovery. Mbr. Lucious Bennett visited his home in Saint Augustine, Fla., on last week-end. He states that he had a very fine trip. THIRTEEN MEMBERS TRANSFERRED November 11, 1936, was a big day for members of Company 4451. This National Holiday was celebrated in such a v/ay at this Company, untill there will be quite a while before each member 7/ill forget it. Everything that v/ould bring the spirit of good feeling was at Company 4451 Mbr. Leroy Johnson made a short on Armistice Day. visit to his home in Lawte.y, Fla. Each man had a part to play in the celebration. We had games of all kinds, such a3 horse shoo Basketball, Foot-ball, and many other’-types of games. At 2:00 PM a touch Foot-ball game taken place* A team, dressed in 0.D5 November 6, 1936, brought forth lead by Heniy Hamm, plryed a team the departure of thirteen men dressed in overalls, led by Booker T. from this Company. These men were Hill* The overall team defeated the O.D. team by a one sided score of 20-0. The passing attack of the winners were to much for the losers. The winners racked up the three touchdowns, and one safety in the early minutes of the second quarter. The group that left ror WoodsJames Lancaster starred with his villa wore James Blye, Ifaroli Manwide end runs. The game was very exuel, George Sawyer, Bud Lightsey siting. Immediately after the game all visitors and friends gathered in the Becreation Hall where card games were enjoyed by all. Later, a very good dinner was served to all guest and members. tomediately after dinher, the crowd were invited to tHao Recreation Hall to see the Movies. The main feature was, ’’Collegiate”, starring Jack Oakiq Francis Langford. and Ned Sparks. All visitors seemed to bo impressed very much at the newly installed picture dltu&tlon. The celebrations at 11:00 AM were very throughly planned, and was also worked very smoothly. The boys gave the visitors a good view of upright Military drilling. At 9:45 PM all visitors ancl friends departed for their various homes. transferred to Company 4430, which is located at Woodsville, Florida. All meiabers were very sorry to see these men go since they had been in this Company so long, Charles Hayes, Evelio Penelver, Francis Lewis, Sidney Hankerson, David Gadsen, David Thomas, Elbridge Ingraham, James Simmons, and Joseph Harden. C.E.A. VISITS JACKSONVILLE Camp Educational Adviser, William H. Solomon, made a short visit to Jacksonville, on Saturday, Novomber 7, to see the annual classic between the University of Florida Fighting Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs. H* states that he enjoyed himself very much while in the city of Jacksonville.

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PAGE 4 TILS CHRONICLE Nov,i 5,1936 PIP YOU KNOW? PIP YOU KNOW THAT Member Booker T. Kill gets in trouble every time he goes to Madison, Fla. PIP YOU KITOV/ THAT the Leaders & Assistant Leaders Club is offering $25.00 to any mail who will compete with James P. Blye in an eating contest. PIP YOU KNOW THAT Jimmie Gray didn’t pay Jimmie "Bingo" Mathis this payday. PIP YOU KNOW THAT a certain member cried because he thought he was to be transferred to the side Camp at Woodsville. His troubles have not been reported ,but I think it was due to something in Madison. PIP YOU KNOW THAT Jimmie Mathis is getting very popular in the city of Madison. DOWN AND OUT WILLIAM ("BING CROSBY") NELSON has come to the end of a perfect day with his great crooning ability. He is now resting easy in the Infirmary with a terrible throat ailment. Some are sorry, and some are glad. Some of the boys said he was very narrow anyway for not giving the eats, and dogs more time for their daily show. LAUGHS FROM THE SHOWS Manager: If we don’t figure out a a way to spend that one hundred and twenty million dollars we lose our jobs.’ Secretary: How about a bridge over the Mississippi.— longhtwise. How is every thing out in Kansas, Aunt Minnie? It’s so dry out there untill the trees are chasing the dogs. And it is reported one Broadway show flopped so badly on opening night that the third act took place in "Caines Warehouse. NAME Iff POISON My memory’s hazy I’m not feeling bright I wonder what made me so crazy lastnight? I haven’t a notion I simply cent name Exactly whjjt potion Was wholly to blame. Or was it the brandy Or Cointreau or grape Which made it seem dandy To act like an ape? Or was it the Apple • • Or Scotch in its prime That caused me to grapple The curtains and Climb? But memory’s foggy In fact, it’s a blank Which drink made me groggy Of all that I drank? They all caused a glow which I greatly enjoyed-But I’ll never know whieh I ought to a voi.fi. J — Berton Braley. I wonder what is the matter with Lamar Poe. He goes to town every night and still that isn’t enough. "Panther" Jones is visiting Madison every other night to seo his little School girl. William Nelson visit od his homo for t? first time in fourteen months and then didn’t stay but three hours. The C.C. C. must agree with him. The boys are wondering when will Joe Bridges visit his home. He has not been fcome in thirty three months. "Panther" Jones said he is afraid he will have to dig a supply of coal when he goes to Alabama. Wo dont believe it Joe. Make him prove it.