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Seedling pine
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Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1420
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Ocala, Florida
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CCC Company 1420
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English
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v.1, no.2, October 12, 1934
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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. #1420 and #1421

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Began 1934.

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i"Wateh It Grow""
14 0 0. oBooator for0c lany_1420 1420 ** Fla.F-f5
VOLUME 1. -OCTOBER 12, 197- u 2. Published Week]y by the Jurnalism Class o- Comrpa.-y 1420; Camp Fla. F-5, Ocala, Fla.


ART WORK GOES TO OHICAGO- EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM GROW'S RAPIDLYThe Posters, advertising various classeos Educational activities have rccoivod which were seen on the Bulletin Board several eiie impetus at F-5 during the weeks ago wore sont to Olustee and exhibitor past few -cck3. It appears that the Studat a sub-district conference of Education- onts of our lUrivorityl' arc Toig places as Advisers. in a big way.
A letter from Mr. P.G. Rynolds, State : Miss Josophine Holstoon, a mober of the Educational Adviser, was received today by rfaculty of East Marion Sthool has conscnto, McCarty. Mr. Roynolds informs us that the to become the guiding star of the Dramatic: Posters which were ochibited at Fort Mc- : club, and under her tutelage the "Players" Pherson, Atlanta, Ga., woro sent on to Chi-: will soon have some first class for the cago, Illinois, as part of the educational : first-nightero" of the Company "Bring Bro.exhibit from the Fourth Corps Area. : dway to the ForostF has boon suggested as
Wo are justly proud that Co. 1420, : a slogan for the club.
C.C.C., is represented at this national ox-: An attractive horoina, :Miss :cLaughlin hibition of the C.C.C. Congratulations' 2 also of East Marion, was proont with Miss to Woods and Fanchor who tako all the : Holstocn at the meeting Tuesday nito. T.o blame for this publicity. : difficulties arc anticipated in securing
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FIELD PROGRESS S At present the Dramatics Club is handiIn his usual congenial way, Mr. Rogers : capped by lack of space to display its
our superint'ofdent of the U. S. Forestry : talented presentations. An adequate RocroService division, upon being asked to give : ation Hall is becoming more raossary over the paper a few words commenting on cur, : day. Lots got together and tart building work in the field says: "The boys in the I one. past wok have donc'vory good woik and they: ***************************************** have the compliments of the Superintendont : If you have been wondering why that They have boon loyal to their tasks, and : largo group of boys have boon going in the I hope they will continue to do so in the : library room, and locking the dccra, blankfuture. : voting the windows, thop turning out the li \Ho also wishes to Say that wo have boon : ghts, and staying in thero 'till a late hoping our work up to the Standard set : hour, why thats just the Photography Club by the Civilian Emergency EurefLu at Wash- letting Mr. Shoffor show thc ho,:: to doington, D. C..- : volop films and print photogrcphs. This
Below are the accompliohmonts for the : will undoubtedly bo a prfitablo fo7 '
past wook: : utoo to Con of thj n t tne Olub in
Sub-gradod...........91 Miles : future days.
continued on Page 2, Col. 1. : w
Tho typing Cliib got down to work in
THOSE WHO NEVER DO ANY MORE THAN e earnest Monday night under the dirocti'n THEY GET PAID FOPi NEVER GET PAID FOR t of Mr. Farris of Ocala High School. The ANY MORE THAN THEY DO. : continued on Pago 2, Col. 1.


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Officer sCaptain G.R.Bri dcs, 422nd Infe,
0=andin.
2rd Lt., '7.T.Riley, Jr.
CASC, Camp JPckson,
Quartermaster.
2nd.Lt., Goorgo E. Crofton,
323th Inf., 82nd Dive RangorsC.H. Rcgers,
Project Superintendent, U.S. Forestry.
Service.


Robert T. Hoagy, Jr.
F ore rn
J. J. Hodrick, Jr.
Foronan. -,
J. Wollhornor,
Foreman.
J.E. Wallaceo
Foreman.
T. L. Randall,
Foreman.
J. B. Cochran,
F oreman.
Camp Educational Advisor
William A. McCarty.


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Thc Seedling Pine Staff:
Kenneth Bryant EDITOR
Clifford Ayor ASSOC. ED.
alcolm Wado Bus. Mgr:
Bon'Duncan Sports Ed.
W:oley Fancher Art Editor.
Bernard Price Exchange Ed.
Reporters Everybody.
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(Contd. fr Page 1. Column 2.)
class goes to Ocala tv.ico each week and uscs the machines at that school.
We believe that this training to the fourtoon members will prova valuable in : the future.
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Shelled.......... .71 Mi:
Cleared & Grubod..l.25 Mi.
Survoyed......... 6.75 Miles : Paintod......... 3 Archwayo :
Pine Cones Gathored 425 Bushels :
Built one New Truck Body.
Overhauled two truck motors
-Fancher.


OPPORTUNITY
By tho CA.


Miss Opportunity is not the lady sho once was. No longer does shc go around knocking at entns doors; no, not even once, unless the man has already had Miss Luck for a companion. Opportunity has throne over her old habbito and gone West. Someties she will sure "Coo up and soc n9. iorc ofton other is no irItation ot all. But, for the nan who V:111 zc-rch for her number, alk the dark otrootj, climb' flirhto of stali-s, break in the door, and never take no for an answer; cl, "Sho may bo had"1.
Opportunity is a gad-abou Often you will not find her at hone. Only the ardent and doterminod can catch her so swiftly does sho move from place to place perhaps because the rent cones due.
One Mst always be alert, making the most of each minute taking tine on the wing, seeking always, discourage never. It is not easy. Few are willing to pay the price, to make the sacrifices. But for those few the reward is rich. The Prize is worth the effort.
We would urge' You to mako the most of the opportunities afforded you while a member of the Corps6 Work hard, play hard; study hard. You will get nothing Moro from life than you put into it. You have hero the opportunity to guide your destiny and romold'your life on a
broader, richer scale.
"To strive, to sock, to find," is
not a bad motto for anyone.
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n.ECHANGES"

A lot of the boys from nost of the campo in the vicinity of Chicago, Ill., :are going to the Worlds Fair for a weok,ond. Don't w6 wish we could go too.
Canada has a 000 too, and the boys ,are only paid twenty cents a day. Their work is mostly building avaition fields.
Co. 1273 is making a now play ground out of a large samp. Thoy are dredging it.

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"NATURE'S NOOK"
By Clyde H. Noel..


nPERSO ALLY SPEAKI-G"


~ What has become of our Camp Spirit? The ost re.pulsivo mobers of tHow many boys in -ur camp care whether we animal kingdom is the onako, vhoso t have a good nano or not? The Carip Spirit family is well reprosonted in all part: .scs to be dead. The majority of the of the world. It is well represented : boys have no'intercost in their work nor in the Ocala National Forest. I intend': their activity Vhon not or. duty. They to deal with these. : only lcok forwarK. t- going h-mo cr to
I shall discus the Rattle Snake*: town to have 'hat they call a big t'im The rattlesnake has no tooth in its : This does not apply tc every boy in can!' uppor jaw except, two long, hollow : but it -does a -plv to enough to cause our poison fangs. The lower jaw is well ': camp to appear dead and uninterectir.. furnished with tooth. Tho head is largo Perhaps the -main reason for this attitude in proportion to neck and width in back is because we have follo.:od in the ste They are large in girth add often attain cf the ones that were hero before us. a length of 6 and 7 feet, ito tail : Why thoso boys,(tho majority) had that terminates in a sot of rattles. Those attitude vie do not know, but %-o do know rattles are not caused by shedding the) that it is the wron,- vio to take. So lo skin. The ago cannot be determined by,: us consider the p-roblensbofore us and the rattles for thick reason. These 1 determine what stops we should take to rattles number frori 5 or 6 to 12 or 14: make for ourselves a more interesting aid and very rately number 20. When rbstint profitable camp life.


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the rattler is usually couled and there: fore in a position to strike, should it* care to do so. It is ver POISONOUS, .: tho slow to become irritable, usually b: being as scared of a person as the per-: son is of it. The general color of the' rattler is pale brown, a dark streak runs from the tomplos to the eyes a serienaerrgular dark bands are drawn
across the back as well as a number of spots either heart or diamond shaped hence the name hoartback or a diamo : back. The rattler feeds on e-gs, smal animals, birds, swallowing them whole after crushing the bones. The young, are hatched by the sun from eggs, and do not hatch within the parent as oftei thought, neither does the mother swoll6%a
them fvr protection but young found int theri arethose which have been eaten as* food. It is well to remember that they are POISONOUS and is casd'you are away fr-m aid and are betten, the first; thing to do is- cord the limb above the *bite and make a deep cut crosswise ovoe each fang rark and suction. In case the mouth is used by sure it is free from bad tooth or doasod guno and sorco. The main thin in case of a snake bite is to'remombor to keep cool and calm and yot to a physican as quickly as poosiblo.


Some one may ask why we nedd a good camp spirit* A highly developed norale, or camp spirit, unites the boys and causes the- to work together. As it is we are all going in diffcront.diroctions and getting no where fast.' If wo take
interest in our work a d in the things we can do after we are off duty, then our camp life will hold,more for usi It will be more interesting and poasanter. Vle can accomplish moreftoyards boosting Co. 1420, CoC, and get a big kick -ut of doing it.
In order to buld u a better morale we must begin with ourselves. Consider what we are doing that would uitw hinder the advancoent of a better camp morale, then try to correct this. We should have moro feeling for our follow man; our comrades hero in camp. When we do a favor for a by he appreciates it whether he says so or not, and we fool better after w::e have done it. So lot us work together and set. tip a standard for the boys to follow who come into our camp later. Lot us show them that we want to mako our camp life interesting and enjoyable and they will string right alon with us and help us put Co. 1420, CC over the top.


Signed------AnonnIous .











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"A FE: DoTS FOR C.1420"
DOM'T-Uso profanity. You do not kro :
-:ho is in Camp.
DO-1'T- -un around half drossod, it does n't loo-' 7cod.
D:0:'T- Leave Canp without perission, : soO.0c0n0 Eay see you.
DO--'T- Try t-- Gold-Brick for it is hard : tc get by with.
D07'T- Try to skip Pclice For.nation, try% v.nd do your Dart.
D0')T- Throw trash on tho CaOp Grounds : for you will have to pick it up. :. DO'T- Ake unnecessary noiso in to :. oss Hall, it does not sound good. DO::'T- Run around baro-footed for it : :ay caune you trouble. DO:'T- Fcrgot to police your barracks and4
_ake your bod boforo you leave it, for : if you don't you nay got on the "S.L.". t DC:'T- Try to ride the Sick Book for it ; has boon ridden too rauch now. DON'T- Lot a "Gcld-Brickor" load you, follow the ran who is working. DOI' T- Go in swimming without someone: with you. You night need help. DON'T KNOCK- Knocking will not got you anything but a lot of trouble. DO::'T- Go in the Office without knocking: they right be busy.
DON'T- Try to fool your lot Sergeant, : Leaders or Asot. Leaders. They are rool: proof.
DON'T*-Go around without Socks or Shoes : and shoos untied. You nay rub soros on : your foot.
DO'T-Bo A7OL for they have work planned: for you


"IN DEFENSE OF yOUhn
Youth, odern Youth, whore is it
going, -hore will and what will be the tormination of the race if things kop on going through the next doca"o as they are to-day?
'That will becoo of ry daughter,
once -he is turned loose to the nodorn young -an? In what jail or prison will the boy next door spond the last days of his life? 7!hore will wo get prisons enough to hold the prisoners if the ways of our modern youth are not chanIed?
Those, %nd other querries vio hear on every side.
Vle refuto the charged. Is it not
true that in every basket of oggs there is a rotton ogg?---an egg that will always be rotten no nattor how much you cook it. I do not fool that the world of youth is so bad, it is just "different". SWo.of to-day may be fooling our "oats" a trifle too strong, and we are without a doubt going at toe brisk a pace, but wo remain Aoricans to the pore and. whon called on in the line of duty we'll be thoro with bells on. : Those same insolent "cads" who aro being discussoeg are of the sao stripe ?,c the boys whi fell from burning plans ,into the enoy's offences. They are the sao sort of chaps who starved and froze :in those muddy trenches in Franico.
They may be "Jolly Beans t--day but.whon the occasion demands, the "Youth )f America" will arisc and neet :thO doand. Goo.Cosby


By--Sorgeant Abohire.
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THE SEEDLING Pi'E


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A NEW BOY'S FIRST IMPRESSION OF CAMP LIFE*

First impressions are not so favorable vhen you're dead tired, with your differential feelin, li17 a boil and a
taste in your moutn like the inside of last year's clothes closet, but just the same we now boys were grateful to sit down on something that diJnot bounce around like it had St. Vitus Dance. That is all Co. 1420, ccc, meant to us on Saturday morning ctt. 6, 1934- A soft place to park ourselves. Then later in the day, after getting outfitted with clothers that seemed to belong either to a midget or a giant, and after the shot in the arm, things didn't look so rosy- But after a couple of days, what with basketball, baseball, football,
cards, and books, things picked up, mainly due to the good meals. "you can't be very gloomy with a full stomach%.
Then on Sunday night, when we ran


BASKETBALL
Co. 1420's much- alked-about Basket:ball team will hold it's first call for :baskt)A.l monday, Oct 15, 1934.at 4:30 :p.me At first, practice will orLy be :light dcie to the warm wathtr. P.ifter :&bout two w'oks of light practice iwe :will really get under v:ay. for by tnat time :some opinion can be formed as to a man's :ability and we can out cur scuad to fifteen :mon. From then on it will be a scramble :for varsitya positions. : The basketball team for the coming :season has been much discussed throughout
-the Company, as we have some good material :to pick from and competetion is going to :be plenty keen especially between the boys from thelcraker state"(Ga.) *and the :those from the land of sunshine. : After the season gets underwAy, a :League will be formed between the four :Barracks and games will be played regularl, :HOwever some of the rules governing the


out to see the "Non Existing Captain Off"League will eleminate players on the regand then had to get undressed in the :ular team from playing with their barracks pitch darX, we felt like heck. After- :thus giving raore players a chance to show wards we learned not to bite on every :their stuff. darn joke. NOw everything is beginning : "so lets boost our basketball teaza to be quite alright. :boys and make it the best in the District".
By- Greenleaf. : n an
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"ODE TO RHODES"
Oh Mr. Rhodss so brae and true
a man of thirt-si'M
The wood. i hauled to his boiler door
alr'.ad out in sticks,
But for soie reason none of us know From the showers hot water refuses to
flow,
So lets get together and set a date And if we get no hot water, well,
Rhodes is in the Lake.


: "HELLO NEW BOYS"

: BOYS just keep the old saw buzzing and :we will have a supply of vood thiat will :last us until good old sunmer time comes :again. Don't get discouraged on account :of the blazing sun for in a short while :it will be over-sadnwed by old Man winter. : Here's health to you fellow men and :I sincerely hope that in da.3 time yea will :get acquainted and enjoy yours lvos.


By- alter (country)Anderson. : gy- whee vining.
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"WHIT7 WAY"
TheChief Meohanic has installed a
Whiteway on our Company Street.


HELP US FILL UP SPACES LIKE
THIS WITH NEWS.
johnny Woods.


Thanks Rhodes.
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* Tiis s ss sLiro ? v:k ” ’’watch It Grov/*” 0 **1* Q*******Q l4l§ FlRF-i l^'.Booot0r__for__Ooja2*^ny_l42O_ 1420 •* Pla.F-S ^ VOLmffi 1 ^>.OCTOBER 12 ^ 19?^' 'lUI/EER 2. ^ublighed Weekly b^/ the Journalism glass of Conpci.n.y l420. C^mp Fla F~5, Gcala^ Fla# art Y/ORK CtOES to CHIOi^-GO: EDUCATIO:I.^L PROGRAM GROWS RAPIDLYThe Posters, advertising various classes^ Educational activities have rccoivcd v;hich v;ere seon on the Bulletin Board oever?i.l e&-h^id&rablc inpetus at F-5 during tho weeks ago were sent to Olustoe and exhibited past few weeks. It appears that tho Studat a sub-district conference of Education; ents of our '^University'^ are going plQ-cos as Advisors. • in a big v/ay, A letter from Mr. p.G. Reynolds, State • Miss Josephine Holstoon, a nonbor of the Educational Advisor, was received today by Mrfaculty of East Marion Sbhool has conscntoi McCarty. Mr. Reynolds informs us that tho : Fosters v/hich were cchibitcd at port Me; Phorson, Atlanta, Ga., wore sent on to Chi-j cage, Illinois, as part of the educational exhibit from tho Fourth Corps Area, ^ j Wo are justly proud that Co. l420, <* : C.CC, is ropresontod at this national ox-* hibition of tho CCC Cohgratulationa j to Woods and Fanchcr viho take all tho : j blame for this publicity. ^ : FIELD PROGRESS • % In his usual congenial v:ay, Mr. Rogers : our super into rid ont of tho U. S. Forestry s Service division, upon being asked to givo ; tho papor a few vjords commenting on our' : work in the field says: ”Tho boys in tho s past week have dono^very good vrark and they: have the compliments of tho Superintendent : They have been loyal to their tasks, and ; ,>\.I hope they will continue to do so in tho : future. '• ; ; Ho also wishes to say that wo have boon : eoping our work up to tho Standard sot : by the Civilis.n Emergency Bureau at Wash: ington, D. C.*: Below are tho accomplishments for tho j past week: : Sub-graded 91 Milos : continued on page 2, Col. 1. : THOSE WHO NEVER DO ANY MORS THAN j THEY GET PAID FOP 5 I^VER GET PAID FOR i ANY MORE THAN THEY DO. to become tho guiding star of tho Dramatic; club, and under her tutelage the "players** v;ill soon have some first class for tho first-nighters" of tho Company "Bring Broadv;ay to tho Forest" has boon suggested as a slogan for tho cluh. An attractive heroine. Miss McLaughlin also of East Marion, was present with Miss Holstocn at the mooting Tuesday nito. No difficulties are anticipated in securing a "hero" for tho plavs. At present the Dramatics Club is handicapped by lack of space to display its to-lentod presentations. An adequate Recreation Hall is becoming more noocsso-ry ever; day. Lots get together s.nd start building one If you have been wondering why that large group of boys have been going in tho library room, and locking tho doors, blanketing tho windows, thop turning out tho li ghts, and staying in there ’till a late hour, why thats just tho photography Club letting Mr. Shoffor show t]ion hov; to develop films and print photographs. This will undoubtedly bo a profits.blo few minutes to some of tho non in tho Club in future days. The typing Club got down to work in came si Monday night under tho direction of Mr. Farris of Ocala High School. The continued on Page 2, Col. 1.

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THE SEEBLi:iG PI!:E Officer sGaptain GR Bridges, 422nd Inf, Ocrmanding. 2r.d Lt., W.T.Riley, Jr. GASC, Canp Jackson, Quart ernaster. 2nd.Lt*, George E. Crofton, 528th Inf., 82nd Div. Ran;; or BC.K. Regers, Project Superintendent, U.S. Forootry Service. Robert T. Hoagy, jr. ForoKan. J. J. Hedrick, Jr. Porenan. J. V/ellhorncr, Foreraan. J.E. Wallace, Forenan. T* L. Randall, Forenan. J. B. Cochran, Ferens-n. canp Educational Adviser Williara A. McCarty. The Seedling Pine Staff. Kenneth Bryant Clifford Ayer I/ialcoln Wade Bon 'Duncan Wo3^1oy Fancher Bernard Price Roportera EDITOR ASSOC. ED. Bus. Mgr. Sports Ed. Art Editor. Exchange Ed. Everybody. ^ '-i'. si: ** if: >1^ >1^ ^ ^ ^ (Contd. fr page 1. Colunn 2.) class goes to Ocala tv/ice each week and uses the nachinos at that school. V/e believe that this training to the fourteen nenbers will prove valuable in the future. >!j 5^ ^ s}; sf: >(; sf: >!< >!: s}: >!si< si"* si si s); >1< ^ 'iCf: =(= '1^ '!• st: sf: ( Contd. fr page 1. Colur.in 1.) Shelled 71 Ivli. Cleftred & Grubcd..l.25 Mi. Surveyed ........ 6*75 Milos painted 5 Archvijayo Pino Cones Gathered 425 Bushels. Built one Nov; Truck Body. Overhauled two truck no tors -Fancher. OPPORTUNITY By the CEA. Miss 0pportunity is not the lady she once was. No longer docs she go around knocking at non’ s doors j no, not even once, unless the nan has already had Miss Luck for a conpanion. Opportunity hag thrown over her old habbite and gone West, Sonetinos she v.’ill sure '’Cone up and see nu^.. More often there is no invitation at all. But, for the nan v;ho will search for her nunber, walk the dark ctrocts, clinb" flights of stairs, break in the door, and never take no for an answer; well, '^Shc nay bo had”. Opportunity is a gad-about. Often you will not find her at hone. Only the ardent and deternined can catch her so swiftly does she nove fron place to placej perhaps because the rent cones duo. One neast always bo alert, naking the nost of each ninutof taking tine on the wing, seeking always, discourage never. It is .not easy. For; are willing to pay the price, to nake tho sacrifices. But for those few the rov;ard is rich. Tho Prize is worth tho effort. Wo would uhgo' you to nake the nost of the opportunities afforded you while a nenbor of tho Corps* V/ork hard, play ha.rd; study hard. You v;ill get nothing nore fron life than you put into it. You have hero tho opportunity to guide your destiny and ronold’your life on a broader, richer scale. ”To strive, to seek, to find,” is not a Rad notto for anyone. ** si-t‘-I: s!;* 5i<>l< >1: >|t :l< >C ** >1< *** sit*** >!>: exchanges ” A lot of the boys fron nost of the canps in tho vicinity of Chicago, 111., are going to the Viforlds Fair for a vvook-end. Don't w6 wish wo could go too. Canada has a OCC too, and the boys aro only paid twenty cents a day. Their v;ork is nostly building avaition fields. Co. 1275 naking a nov; play ground out of a largo a,wa]-.ip, Thoy aro dredging it. Price

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TBEK SEEDLirG PI'IE Pfigc #! nature's nook Tho nost repulaivc nonbora of aninal kingdonv is the anako, • v/hoao PERSONALLY SPEAKING Whc.t ihaa becono of our Oanp Spirit? t How nany boy a in -^ur canp caro v/hothor wo i have a good nano or not? The Oanp Spirit fanily is well reprosonted in all parts: scena to be dead. Tho najority of tho of the world* It is well reproaentod in the Ocala National Forest* I intend* to deal v.dth these* I shall diacuas the Rattle Snake* The rattlesnake has no teeth in its ’ upper jaw except, two long, hollow poison fangs. The lower jaw is v;ell boys have no’ interest in their work nor their activity vfhon not on duty* They oiily look forward t:' going hone or to to\ 7 n to have what thoy call a "“oig fine* This does not apply tc every boy in canp but it does a 'ply to enough to cause our canp to appear dead and uninteresting* furnished vdth teeth* Tho head is large perhaps tho -nain reason for this attitude in proportion to neck and width in backi 13 because v/e have followed in the steps They are large in girth add often attain of the ones that were hero before us. a length of 6 and 7 feet, its tail i if/hy those boySj(thc najority) had that terninates in a sot of rattles. Those' 5 attitude we do not know, but we do know rattles are not caused by shedding the.*, that it is the v;rong viev/ to ts.ke. So lot skin. The ago cannot be detemined by]? us consider tho p roblensboforc us and the rattles for this reason. These '• doterninc what steps we should take to rattles nunbor fron 5 or 6 to l 2 or l4"t nake for ourselves a nore interesting ad and very ratoly nunber 20 V/hen resting’ profitable canp life* the rattler is yisually coulod and there? Sono one nay ask v/hy we nedd a good fore in a position to strike, should it? canp spirit* A highly developed .ncralo, care to do so* It is ver POISONOUS, or canp spirit, unites the boys and tho slow to bccone irritable, usually b? causes then to v;ork together. As it is being as scared of a person as the per-? we arc all going in different directions son is of it. The general color of tho? and getting no where fast.' If we take rattler is pale brovm, a dark streak '• interest^ in our work a d in tho things runs fron the tcnplcs to the eyes, a i v/e can do after wo are off duty, then our serieH^SBirregular dark bands are drawn ]? canp life will hold, more for usi It will across the back as well as a n'unber of ? be nore intibrosting and pcasanter* V/e spots either heart or dianend shaped ? can acconplish noreftsbov^ards boosting hence tho nano hcartback or a dianoii ,? Co* 1420, COO, and got a big kick cut of back. The rattler foods on eggs, snail? doing it. aninals, birds, swallowing then whole ? in order to buld up a bettor after crushing tho bones. The young, / norale wo nust begin with ourselves, are hatched by the sun frorj eggs, and ,? Oonsider v;hat v;o arc doing that would do not hatch within the parent as ofteio? hinder tho advanconont of a better canp thought, neither does the rjiother swolloV? raorale, then try to oorrcct this. We then for protection but young found in • should have nore feeling for our fellow then arethose which have been eaten as ? food. It is well to renenber that ’? they are POISONOUS and is cash' you are ’ away fr^'n aid and arc betten, the firs-y thing to do iscord the linb above the ? bite and nake a deep cut crosswise ovor^ each fang nark and suction* in case ? the nouth is used by sure it is free • fron bad teeth or dcased guns and ’ sores* The nain thin^in case of a sno-ke bite is to'rcneraber to keep • cool and caln and get to a physican as quickly as possible. nan; our conradea hero in canp. When we do a favor for a boy ho appreciates it vjhcthor he says so or not, and we feel better after we have done it. So let us work together and setup a standard for the boys to follov/ who cone into our canp later. Let us show then that v;o v/ant to nake our canp life interesting and enjoyable and they Vvnll string right alon with us and help us put Co. 1420, cog over tho top. Signed — Anonynous

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THE SEEDLIIIG PIITE P^re #4 A FEw DOITTS FOR 00.1420 ” : DON’T-Uso profanity. You do not know : v;ho is' in (X^np. • DOir’TRun around half drossod, it docs • not look good. t BOY’TLeave Qo-np \7ithout pornission, : sonconc nay see you. : DOY’TTry to' Gold-Brick for it is hard x to get by 'with. t DOY’TTry to skip Police FornAtion, try: and do your part. : DOlH TThrow trash on the Cc^np Grounds • for you will have to pick it up. : DOIT’ Ti.?ike unnecessary noise in the : Moss HO-11, it does not sound good. ; DO-T’TRun around bare-footed for it i nay cause you trouble. • DOIT’TForgot to police your barracks and nake your bed before you leave it, for x if you don’t you nay get on the "S.L.*’ t DOIT’TTry to ride the Sick Book for it x has been ridden too nuch now. : DON’TLot a ”Gcld-Brickcr” lead you, follow the nan who is working. DON’ TGo in swinr.iing without soneono with you. You nig|ht need help. DON'T KNOCKKnocking vrill not get you cinything but a lot of trouble. DON’TGo in the Office without knocking they night be busy. DON’TTry to fool your Ist Sergeant, Leaders or Asst. Leaders, They are fool proof. D0N’T'*-Go around v/ithout Socks or Shoos : and shoes untied. You nay rub sores on x your feet. x DON’T-Bo AV/OL for they have v/ork planned: for you ; By — Sergeant Abshiro. x 5|< jf: ^ ^ ^ >i< ^ 5i' 5j-, 5(; '-h ^ 5|< 5^ • XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXt DAVIS BOOK STORE : Snith-Qorona Portable Typewriters. : • OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. x • Ocala, Florida, s XJIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX: IN DEFENSE OF YOUTH Youth, Modern Youth, whore is it going, v.'hcre v/ill and what will be the ternination of the race if tilings keep on going through the next docado txs they are to-day? ?/liat will bo cone of ny daughter, once she is turned loose to the nodern young nan? In what jail or prison will the boy next door spend the last days of his life? l^Jhcrc will wo get prisons enough to hold the prisoners if the ways of our nodern youth are not changed? .-These, And other querries we hoar on every side,. YJe refute the charged. Is it not true that 'in every basket of eggs there is a rotten egg? an egg^ that will 0 1 ways be. rotten no natter hov; nuch you cook it. .1 donot feel that the v/orld of youth is so bad, it is just "different". We. of to-day nay be fooling our "oats" a trifle too strong, and wo arc v7ithout a doubt going at too brisk a pace, but we renAin Ancricans to the p.Qi’C -nd. \7hon called on in the line of duty we'll: be there T;ith bells on. t Those Sane insolent "cads" who are being dipeussed are of the sane stripe as the boys who fell fron burning picnics .into the cneny’s offenses. Tlicy are the sane sort of chaps who starved and froze ;in these nuddy trenches in France. They nay be "jelly BeAHs to-day but 'When the occasion donands, tho .•"Youth of Anorica" will arise and ncet ;thc denand Geo C o s by ^ ^ ^ sje ^ ^ ^ 'K 5^ ^ >fc if MARI0N_HARDWARE CO. "if its hardware, we have it" Headquarters for r SPORTING-GOODS Ocala, Fla.

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THE SEEDLING PINE A NEW BOY'S FIRST IMPRESSION OF CAMP LIFEc BASKETBALL able Vihen you're dead tired, with your differential feeling like a boil and a taste in your nr.outh like the inside of CO, l/^20s iLUoh-calksd-about BasketFirst impressions are not so favorshall tooun will hold it's first call for :basketca]l monday, oct 15 4:30 ;p,rac At first, practice will only bo : light due to the warm weather, /.fter last year's clothes closet, but just the;about two weeks of ligfet practics v;e same we now boys were grateful to sit :v;j,ll really get under way. for by that time down on something that didn't bounce jsoae opinion can be formed as to a man's around like it had st. viius pance. That lability and we can cut cur squad to fifteen is all oo 1420 0G0 moant to us on ;Q 0 n. prom then on it will be a scraable Saturday morning 6, 1934‘’ A soft ;for uvarsity-' positions. : The basketball team for the coming : season has been much discussed throughout : the company, as we have some good material :to pick from and competetion is going to ;be plenty keen especially between the rosy. But after a couple of days, what ijrboys from the''crao-ker state'( ca.) ^nd the with basketball, baseball, football, ;those from the land of sunshine. After the season gets underway, a League will be formed between the four place to park ourselves. Then later in the day, after getting outfitted with clothers that seemed to belong either to a midget or a giant, and after the shot in the arm, things didn't look so cards, and books, things picked up, mainly due to the good meals. Hyou can't be very gloomy with a full stomach. Then on Sunday night, when wa ran out to see the "Non Existing ca-ptain off and then had to get undressed in the pitch darK, we felt like hock. Afterwards we learned not to bite on every darn joke, now everything is beginning to be quite alright. ByGreanleaf, Barracks and gaimes will be played regularly However some of the rules governing the League will olaminate players on the regular team from playing with their barracks thus giving more players a chance to show their stuff, "SO lets boost our basketball team boys and make it the best in the District". jyB-U Duncan, i >f; ijc Ijr V :)( >Jc lit ><: 9{t ]{c >tc lit lit "ODE TO RHODES" oh Mr. Rhodes so brave and true a man of thirty-slZt The v/ocd is hauled to his boiler door already out in sticks, BUt for souie reason none of us know prom tbe showers hot water refuses to flow, so lets get together and set a date And if we get no hot water, well, Rhodes is in the Lake. ByFalter (country) Anderson. lit if; Xt i|5 Ip >!t Jj: >It lit ^ >!<:i< >p ijt >!t lit ift X( >p ^ licit lit Xt Xt Xt Xt lit Xt Xt i|t Xt >!: i|t '"WHITE WAY" Thechiaf M^ohanic has installed a Whiteway on our company street. HELI. O NEW BOYS Boys just keep the old saw buzzing and we will have a supply of wood that will last us until good old summer time comes again. Don't get discouraged on account of the bJtazing sun for in a short while it Vifill be over-shadowed by oli}:>|ts)tiit>!tXtXti!t>i!!t>it>!t#!'>!<>pX'>!'>p>^’^^>i!=f=>ity + *s(!>!tiSti!tiit>i:XtX'>(t>f:!t' HELP US FILL UP SPACES LIKE THIS WITH NEWS. johnny Foods. Thanks Rhodes X< sis >1: >lc!t X< >i * Xt lit :I; Xt Xt Xt Xc lit Xt Xt Xt lit Xt Xt X: lit X: 4: >!• l(s s|s Xs >)( >|c Xs Xc Xs Xc sis X: X: Xs Xs X< X X< Xs X< Xt Xs >!s Xs X: sf< Xs Xc lit Xs X ifs Xs Xt Xs Xs Xs Xt i|s

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