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Seedling pine

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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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v.1, no.4, October 29, 1934
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volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
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Box 2
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Began 1934.

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WORKING TOGETHER,

-FAREWELL-

If l s a e ~ t a seems, the mem Men:I take.,this opportunity 0 bers of Co.14 0O are destined to go putting down in black and white places. 1They are developing & great that I have really enjoyed the prideal of "Company Spirit" and dho vilagp of dealing and assboiating
thegreatest interest in Cmpany Ope- ith you all. There is no need of
r~igto make _th~ngs more areeable wihyul.Tee nnedf
r eto make ttnfull, n more tere-able my saying that I am very sorry to ore bett u, d moe itere have to leave and that my greatest
ting for both themselves and the e&i would b to be re-deteied ones placed in position o utriydetite would be to be re-detailed
one p ed in position o uthority toethis company.
It was truly appre-iated, by the Company 1420 is on the up grade
Co-imanding.Officer, the efforts on you have fine officers and leader a the part of the Various members of and if the good work continues you the Company on last Saturdays in- can say.you have the best camp in
spectiQon He desires that ever mem- the District. I, for one, have conbt -ftheiGomparny fully realize fidence in you and your work and I
that is u part of the organia- shall always be proud to say"I sertion a4d .u.less. he plays his pat ved six months with Co. 1420 CCC."
t og tn loses a o does Some of you I may never see ag' tWe havei a good l o. oaton for a ain, but if any of you are ever up e have gooloction for a in my part of the Country look me camp, anicely constructed camp-- up, or if yu are in trouble, call
a camp that is our home--Lets keep on me--Ill help you out or get in totlean---Captain Bridges with you.--Goodbye and Goodluck--- Lt. Riley.

FIELD PROGRESS8

shell road being completed, it project is to continue alt Springs to C~ip and then eks.
project started4ast week-as a and his crew began grubbing hearing onthe Salt Springs the new road, and Mr',. Pea boys started on the Lake Krr Working toward eaoh other at rate, we hope they will meet o that the road can be graded

and shelled(if it is to be shelled) There has been a little inquiry.as tp, whether it will be clay or shell It .will, I,believe,be shelled as far as -the Camp and then carried (n to Eureka with clay.
"Mr. Rogers We will try to
finish as soon as soon as possible." Let that be our pledge. The sooner completed the better the transportation to town. So lets work diligently and get the road completed in record time.--WVF

Co. 1420 Over the top! i




THE SEEDLING PINE

e #2
----STAFF---- FROM THE O.E.A.
Editor Bryant The spirit of cooperation and
Apst.Editor Ayer good fellowship which has. been in
Bus.Mgr. Wade evidence in camp during the past
Exchange Ed. Price few weeks has not gone unnoticed
Sports. Ed. Duncan- We are proud o the company and,
Art Editor Fancher na
. ...io..... as "Happy Day-s says of our paper,
Typist Vanderh'k' it is destined to go plaebs, TPrinter Abshire go far we must work together: sup
Staff Adviser---W..A. McCarty port the basketball team, turn out
for plays, talks, and-such things We wish every man to 'feel that .the .Se .reputation and character of the
Mr. Sheffer
whole company is. 14s .personal resMr. Sheffer came to camp Thsd y ,..irial' in an wpaer-s suc
Ot 25, and worked a-Il day 4ev'l be he I teti ed' tats a.Ne *s, rties
oping pictures for the boys. The Ui, id 1ppers1 during 'the
photography club appreciates his week. be tiutes
. week' h-ve,, til. ihg t ri utes
diligence. o Cor an he.young men in
At supper we weregived an en- i. The Pr id4npand the Nation
couraging talk from him a -a toast. -poiiT with uo.tpride,to pur Corps. He too, eontinued'his instructions mn rafe re po sible for this.
in film developing in the library Thrbaghy~t earest work and faith
:room at-the regular hours.-" The "..bugelsa6dyu outry you
.. -- n Yburselvds ano 0untry.,you
.new members eflthe c1b seemed. : a e.
heat -bubilbt a.t 0,ag'and es,.pee amazed *henasked if theyocud. 8 nsee rgy h e l o
oranisatixon. YJou" have buiAlt,,yourthe procedureo'in that dar .room. fa i n he. eyesf the,.Nalion
- .;You inh ec~ att.e Jat1On
.e b Yo'u hav woi over Einntipatheic
and skeptical nation and k.hade it .. one that is proud of you.
"Tfis.is- nly th6 beginning.
ORCHIDS TO LT- RILEY-* Therei nolimi othethirng
Ther 'eis riolimi't 6.th6eth~'
, ~., :0 .tg .s ,,: '
L,-.Ril1ey is' le&V ingif Ma, you can.do, *to the a.hievemet which ya Ican be yours. And theme is a finer he know that we will always remem- reward than success to -orown-your ber him--as a well liked, agreeable effprts/ Make the habit of succeeand capable officer. .ding and the thrill of accomplishS ; ment will be do urs. Again we say
in platitude, perhaps, thee is no end.t what, a"man can do, if "he Two ofth amp duty 4Asat.
Tw of the camp duty sst. sets his hear. -on"-it.--Wm.A.McCarty leaders seem to haver formed a .
CEA
courting coterie.--Whosit??t???
The ..CiVil war was honored with All men wha -wish a jam-up
bu.s ine6s s, ochur-se.. si 1f up .with one General Hooker: Company 1420 bsinss our-se, in up wih
is honored with many Gefneral (Brush) a onde. CF
Hookers.




THE SEEDLING-PINE
" ". :::'i. ......page #3
*APPRECIATION* WHAT 7 NO POTTERY
BOYS? I think there -are let. of An expeditiOrn left for the disthings here in *Carp t o ripeqt.t*. ma&l wa.mps to excQavate Indianr
Here are some of-the things, i mounds.
, think of::-- .:....We started out i high spiri e
1. The old $25.00 that goes home nd were prepared to enter the (What it really hean to the"fiks- aropi'o :Everything was O.K.
Fater, Moth rSt ,Broth, htill .w left- the Truck to walk
Au'r Unole, Grndmorhar--orz-.Grand- through the ."'drY" land that Mr.
2. Our Offe rs 8uprin.Potter told us about.
2. Our Officers and Cmp- After"'~andering about for miles
etenlenr. *t > ..... Ot Qf our way, we found some pertake a pro.Vintg me~ ~in *.eot I~ temetrical mounds. We
and'In P ed. m. spent' good part of the day dig4. The goo4 meals we get, hot ging in h.the smallest of them.
rols, doughty, pie, btter good On the return to the truck we
roA4le, doughnuts, -pie, -butter,, good d
meats, and so ofqrth-. .:" waded n water up to our hips and
5.' The eduational pogram, opp- B-r-,r, wAs, it cold.
ortu1ity top -had- i ,oul Wea didn't get anything but it.
ortari~r oot, r"I.eadt %i!' yCul 11 usedlnIt g,
it-T.h Educational Adviser and his was well worth it even if it was
Assi;tnt. Wet. ,6. All yourtveortational,; and retThe expeditionisat were: Johnny
archeologioaltrips, trips .to- town Woods, Mr. Potter, C:de Neal,
trips to various games, etc. Allen Taylor, Steve Johnson,
7. Care of. your health. Dr. "Franklin Rhodes, Chas. -Calhoun,
Neal is among the belt,. .' Billie Hicks and Yours truly--8. Leaders and Assistant Leaders Fancher.
who are looking after you, thinking ...- --.
of ycur needs and t5i~~'or yor .
betterment,'d commending you t
for promotion ,when you have proved SEWS EXCHANGES-yourself.
9. Each of you know w4.t bekng We hear, contrary to the suppwithout a.job means--It, means 4 lot osed idea that the C0 is about to
of things, some.ef th i.net. so pl- enl44at the close of the year,the
sa nto Mr. Roperlt, .our :Presidet CCC.4ill most likely 'continue due bhut given every last one of us to the Presidents declaration and
cause to arpeoiate the great work popular demand.
that is -go~!ig on in the CCC and the *
01ip ~vme that is going on all we har some sad nws frm o
thetim inourownGa*::> Wehear some and news from Go.
ho t i ae in our own Ona, ..
10. Think of csmne re. 912 in Cr3if.: Two boys were
'AE.Abshire. illed in an automobile accident
and four were quite seriously in,.. jed, and had to be,taken to the
-" ,hospital.
SECRET SERVIQE--- ***- .
CVc. 1 '!,, c t psrplexecd over The Typing Glass of this Company the myVt-6e ~ ;.6.ppearancj of
hao learned that Co. 1420 has a a surveyor.------ Price ......
very efficient Secret Service.




THE SEEDLING PINE

Page #4

MY HOBBY
The old saying "Jack of all trades-master of mone", more than likely applies to my hobbies, because there are quite a few things I like. FISHING: You; line out behind the boat, trolling, expecting a strike, then a sudden jerk and a tug at the lime. You start reeling in, the fish goes up in the air shaking the minnow. Again, casting your plug from the boat right next to a lilly pad, you wait for a strike or maybe a fish will follow, then grab the minnow. At the first cast at the bank a fish hits the minnow, knocking it into the air. RADIO: satti g up nights at a time talking t6 fellows in different parts of the world. What a thrill in contacting.a distant station, weather reports, a hurricane, storm reports, hearing word from a storm stricken city, or getting aid for your city.
Sending messages to your.'folks or girl, making friends with other operators on the air--then going around to visit them. RADIO:--The n .,kind of THRILL-Wada

THE OLD WATER TANK
The water tank is falling,
Boys,what shall we do?
We can't do without water
I know and so do you.
The water tank is caving in.
It'll soon slide to the sand.
So the only wat to avert a fall
Is to engage an experienced man.
- The water tank is falling
ITis slipping from its rack,
But a local experienced man
Says he can put it back.
The ability that that man has
Is certainly hard to beat.
He says hi has the confidence;
That he can put sitting Bullon
his feet.
He is good with saw and hammer And better with adz and axe.
But with speech of his past great
deeds,
He's very very lax.--J.D.& W.A.

ANY TAKERS ? ?

Mr. Peacock."bets one dollar ($$I) that we lose the first basketball
game.---Will his customary luck
bring us victory? -

EMBLEMS******
Cant een-----The Canteen has received a
shipment of emblems for members of the Company 1420, CCC. On display at the Canteen.
Come and see them.




THE SEEDLING PINE
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* *BASKETBALL** "Halloween"
The basketball players hit their All saints day is nigh,
stride Tueslday afternoon when the And of course Halloween
arrival .of. a new ball andinew The sumner's passing oy,
dhows for A12 men .put them in hgh Cores Autumn all a6leam. spirits Also ,he afternoQon broughtibdut the initial appearance of Shodked thorles of gr'*in, the "Silent Four" bxsketball"Fiends" Twilight,oer the field.
of the Gamp, wh. are expected tb The imps tripping the lane, rAake things btcz after theeason Gucth deviltry they wield.
gets underway..- The squat-.ts been
,minimized t:oTbP"Qput 16- ma;., and from The largest pumpkins,
t'hesa Ooach Lt."Crofton wil.l' pick Madae into gruesome faces.
is first and. econd teams., .Nith Stand guard, warid aniins,
an*h-u scri ec.of the past 'Behirg the wifhdow laces.
threeP days Lt ,OGroft8 -i's .fet- 'get- .
-ting the kinks.ut of the teamheas Hallowen rings to me,
.a Lwh6le an.d takig s eome.d;lu- The youthful days of yore,
able plays 1WiO .e !ll ;-surely How vivid I recall and sae,
need onoe 'the.lseason ,gets;underiway Indian summer and it's lora.
,t .Biges.viqwe appoup.14.bf our Clyde Neal
practices kand.;4eemed to look wIthan a nreciAtive eye at -the Work of ___-tte tem ss whole and especially
the Work 'of Burroughs: -.at center.and FIG.HT S'!.f.
Woods and Ettzberger at guards.
Decided iniproveaent is being noticed Faixcloth .)nd.,Silae will fight
- on t- p t o-f Nick(Sure-Shot) 6fiday" Oct. .29,~-Both are in
Hogan. Wa seems to be ,eltinedfor xcell3nat. oondition--Both say the a first team position.., Severai f a- an .will, Win"--SiLes, take
the other players have show-nthat n tic .,ror Price.
,they are to be o. side ed.whn :.i-t ***
ci as to playing real 01 i etball MCrania fighter n the same
There seems to be onsiderab e-;- bad' 30 fihta-.to his oradit.
prospeots''of winning the gSame which
is scheduled with Anthony High Wed, ___0,0tobr 31, at 9:30 P.M. There. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE(INCOMPLETE)
Sis.a rui.or that our oasketall,.tgam
, will not.b baottar than. 0- r ae- Oot4 31 Anthony High Sohool(there)
ball team was. Well I speaking Nov.'2nd E.Mlarian '
in behalf of the team when-, say Nov. 17 Co.262 CCC Sebring hare) that -if we do lose, we will go down DeO. 8th. Co.1431 Oldtown here) fighting for w. are betting 1 we -.Dac.15th. Co.1431 Oldtcwn (here) -have un our team tu. win.--.Dunpan' D. 22 Eustis High'Sbhool(there)
1) J#o2-EsisHg ee




THE SEEDLING PINE~ ..

Pae 6

DAVIS BOOK STORE
Smith-Corona Portable yeewritersOPPOSITE POSTOFF CE
oala, Florida
MARI 0 N HARDWARE
"If its hardware, we have it"
Headquarters
for
SPORTINGAGOODS
* Ocala, Fla.
TAXIDERMY IN CO. 1420
Mr T.A.Register, the taxidermist of Co. 1420 seems to be makeing a great success with his chosen art. Although he has had very littlejtime in the past few weeks he has mounted a very oeautiful tho small collectAon of specimens of the Forest creatures, judging from the specimens mounted by masters'f the are, his mountings are splendedv--J.D.L. P.S.
Mr. Registers mountings are gorgeous, but-if he were to stuff. Mr. Abshires whistle, it would
put his other specimens.to shame,
PICTURES DEVELOPED
GOOD WORK DONE BY PHOTO CLASS

DRAMATIC CLUB
MAKES INITIAL UC0SS
A very humorous little skLt
and dialogue was staged b members of qo. 1420's dramatic olass Jast Tuesday evening.
The muio s firnished.by
Gustavason'Chil1ets-F11man and
. .p a violin
Parker, oonsistingof a violin and banjo and gtiitri. .The..first skit was, "The. Gathering of the Nuts". .
The Secod 'o w a s entitled;
"The. Joneses go to the Fair",hioh brought quite a laugh as t4e whole family was traveling'in a Model J. Fordwith a Drop Lever.
The Third and last one was a
dialogue named "Levi goes.a-hunting" W.V.Fanoher waA Levi and.0 CC.Woods was an old hill-billy.
Every wo dwas a knook-out and
every look brought big "ee Haw". It shows good spi' t, boys, just keep up.
Our dramatic class is progressing repigly under 'the careful guidance of Miss Holeteen, and with the helpS of Miss MoLaughlin.
Capt. Bridges has kindly offered his assistance when it may be needed.
The Officers of the Class are as follows:
Instructor-Miss Holsteen; Honarary President -Capt.Bridges; Educational Adviser.-Wm.A.McCarty; Pres.-W.V.Fanoher-Enrl.; ;Secretary- CC. Woods-Enr.
The players. throughout the program were:-N.J.Osborne-, C.B.Ayer, J.B.Plemmone, D.Haney,'W.E.Vining, CC.Woods J.L.Sn.ith, S.Hummer, W.H.Anderson CC.Whitp, R.R.Gray, B.A.Price.

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If all is as .It .-seems, the mem hers of Co. 1420 are destined to go places. .They ar6| developing a great deal of "Company Spirit" and show thegreatest interest in Cbmpany Ope' rating to make things more agreeable kore beautiful!, and more interesting for both themselves and the ones placed in position of authority It was truly appre-ciated, by the Commanding Officer, the efforts on the part of the Various members of the Company on last Saturdays inspection* He desires that ever member of the; Company fully realize that he is a part of the organization and unless he plays his part the organization loses and so does the individual. We have a good location for a' camp, a nicely constructed camp — a camp that is our home — Lets keep it J clean Captain Bridges FIELD PROGRESS The shell road being completed, the next project is to continue from Salt Springs to Camp and then to Eureka. The project started bast weekas Abshire and his crew began grubbing and clearing on the Salt Springs end of the new road, and Mr. Peac oak 1 s boys started on the Lake Kerr end. Working toward each other at a fast rate, we hope they will meet soon so that the road can be graded Men I take this opportunity of putting down in black and white that I have really enjoyed the privilag of dealing and associating with you all. There is no need of my saying that I am very sorry to have to leave and that my greatest desire would be to be re-detailed to this company. Company 1420 is on the up grade you have fine officers and leader s and if the good work continues you can say. you have the best camp in the District. I, for one, have confidence in you and your work and I shall always be proud to say "I served six months with Co. 1420 CCC." Some of you I may never see again, but if any of you are ever up in my part of the Country look me up, or if y ju are in trouble, call on me — 111 help you out or get in with you. — Goodbye and Goodluck Lt Riley. and shelled(if it is to be shelled) There has been a little inquiry .as tp. whether it will be clay or shell It will, I, believe, be shelled as far as the Camp and then carried on to Eureka with clay. "Mr. Rogers We will try to finish as soon as soon as possible. Let that be our pledge. The sooner completed the better the transportation to town. So lets work diligently and get the road completed in record time. — WVF Co. 1420 Over the top \

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THE SEEDLING PINE Page #2 STAFF FROM THE O.E.A. Editor Agst .Editor 3u3 .Mgr Exchange Ed. Sports Ed. Art Editor Typist’ 7 Printer Staff Adviser-Bryant Ayer Wade Price Duncan-"-" Fane her •• f Vanderhoek Abshire — Wm A ,.,McCarty Mr Shef fer ; Mr. Sheffer came to camp Thursday., Oct 25 and worked ail day develfr..": oping pictures for the boys'. The photography club appreciates his diligence ; pc At supper we were given an en0 our aging talk from him as a toast. He too, eont inued ’ his instructions in film developing in the library room at the regular hours.The hew members of the club"'seemed ... amazed when asked if -they could see the procedurein that dark room.; smioo r.i. ?>.ORCHIDS TO LTr RILEY-11 LX. Riley is leaving • us .May he know that we will always remember himr-as a well liked, agreeable and capable officer. Two of .the camp duty asst, leaders seem to haver formed a court ing coterie — Whos it ? ? ?1 ? ? ************ The Civil war was honored with one General Hooker: Company 14-20 is honored with many General (Brush) Hookers. The spirit of cooperation and good fellowship which has-been in evidence in camp during the past few weeks has not gone unnoticed We are proud of the company and, as "Happy Days" says of our paper, it is destined to go places. TO go far we must work together: sup port the basketball team, turn out for plays, talks, and such things We wish every man to feel that the reputation and character of the whole company is. his personal responsibility. i. ’Edidbrial.s in .newspapers such i; ds the Phlted QtatpslNews, Times UniOn, .and local papers during the week have • been 'glowing tributes 1 o-'tlie ;Corps...dnd the young men in it 4 phe "President and the Nation point with dustpride to pur Corps. -'You -men are' responsible for this. 'Through : y Odr earnest work and faith -in'yourselves "and "your country .you have built a str png and esteemed organization;' „You have built your: Self ; /un in "t he 3 y e s of the „ Nat i on You '-have won over an antipathetic and skeptical nation and kade it one that is proud of you. This is only thebeginning. There -is no limit to the things' 1 / you can do, '-to the achievement whioh can be yours. And theme is a finer reward than success to crown -your effprts/ Make the habit of succeeding and the thrill of accomplishment will be yours. Again we say -in platitude, perhaps, theme is no end to what a man’ can do, if he sets his hear# on it Wm. A. McCarty •'* : CEA All men who' wish a jam-up business course, sign up with Johnnie’ Woods • at once. CEA.

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Page #3 THE SEEDLING PINE APPRECIATION* BOYS? I think there arealet. of things here in Gamp to appreciate Here are some of the things, I # think ofr — 1 The old $25*00 that goes home (What it really means to the folksFather Mother •'-Sister'; Brother, Aunt;,. Uncle 1 Grandmotheror Grandfather. e • h 2 Our Officers and Cr.mp Superintendent Jr. The interest the .Captain takes in providing mess in field and in Camp. r 4. The good meals we get, hot roils, doughnuts, pie, butter, good me.-Vos, and so forth. s 5 The educational program, opportunity togat ahead if you ’ 11 use it-The Educational Adviser and his Assistant 6 All your recreational ; and archeological-, trips, trips to town trip 1 to various games, etc. 7 Care of your health. Dr. Neal is among ihe : best > S. Leaders and Assistant Leaders who are looking after you, thinking, of ycur needs and things for your* 1 • betterment, ’ afld recommending you £ for promotion, when you have proved yourself. 9 Each of you know what being without a job means — It, means ,a lot of things, some of them. not. so plea c-ant Mr Rooe p v.e It our Pr e e i de t has given every last one cf us oauoG to appreciate the great work that isgoing on in the CCC and the improvement that is going on all the time in our own C-r;p : ,10. Think of come more. A.E .Ab shire. SECRET SERVICE— ,T,he Typing Class of this Company has learned that Co. 14-20 has a very efficient Secret Service. WHAT ? NO POTTERY An expedition left for the dismal iiY.amps .to excavate Indian mounds We started out in high spirits and were prepared to enter the 'tropici” Everything was O.K. untill we leftthe Truck to walk through the ’’dry" land that Mr. • Potter told us about. After wandering about for miles out of our way, we found some perfectly metrical mounds. We spent a good part of the day digging in the smallest of them. On the return to the truck we wadedIn water up to our hips and B-r-r-r, was it cold. We didn’t get anything but it was well worth it even if it was wet ..... ... The expeditionist were: Johnny Woods, Mr. Potter, Clyde Neal, Allen Taylor,' Steve Johnson, 'Franklin Rhodes, Chas. Calhoun, Billie Hicks and Yours truly— Fancher SEWS EXCHANGES — We hear, contrary to the supposed idea that the CCC is about to [ end* at the close of the year, the CCC.-will most likely continue due to the Presidents declaration and popular demand. ******* We hear some sad news from Go. 9 12 'in CrJ if : Two boys were '-'killed in an automobile accident and four were quite seriously in. jured, and had to be taken to the fr 'hospital. •* ) ,Cc. i? 7 2, fl&eh io perplexed over the my j eus L.'. .appearance of a surveyor. Price —

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•*> H THE SEEDLING PINE Page #4 MY HOBBY THE OLD WATER TANK The old saying "Jack of all trades-master of none”, more than likely applies to my hobbies, because there are quite a few things I like. FISHING: Your line out behind the boat, trolling, expecting a strike, then a sudden jerk and a tug at the lime. You start reeling in, the fish goes up in the air shaking the minnow. Again, casting your plug from the boat right next to a lillypad, you wait for a strike or maybe a fish will follow, then grab the minnow. At the first cast at the bank a fish hits the minnow, knocking it into the air. RADIO: setting up fights at a time talking tfc fellows in different parts of the world. What a thrill in contacting a distant station, weather reports, a hurricane, storm reports, hearing word from a storm stricken city, or getting aid for your city. Sending messages to your folks or girl, making friends with other operators on the air — then going around to visit them. RADIO: — The new kind of THRILL^-Wade ANY TAKERS ? ? ? -Mr. Peacock^bets one dollar ($$1) that we lose the first basketball game. Will his customary luck < bring us victory? The water tank is falling, Boys, what shall we do? We can’t do without water I know and so do you. The water tank is caveing in. It’ll soon slide to the sand. So the only wat to avert a fall Is to engage an experienced man. The water tank is falling ’Tis slipping from its rack. But a local experienced man Says he can put it back. The ability that that man has Is certainly hard to beat. He say 8 he has the confidence; That he can put sitting Bullon his feet. He is good with saw and hammer And better with adz and axe. But with speech of his past great deeds. He’s very very lax. — J.D.& W.A. EMBLEMS******* Canteen The Canteen has received a shipment of emblems for members of the Company 14-20, CCC. On display at the Canteen. Come and see them. R on a dr! J 1 .1 ^ aoN j\ 'Sr— U K 1 1 ,-"771 CLC J A a-M* o\^ r' — -CXi \ §Wj ^U.^LL.CL.1 U WHU h[/eb

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Page #5 THE SEEDLING PINE *BASKETBALL** • A •’ A, .<•• The basketball players hit their stride Tuesday afternoon when the arrival. of. a new ball and /new 4hows for 12 men put tnem In high spirits. Also ..the afternoon bfou' glit about the initial appearance of the "Silent Four” b .isketball"Fiends” of the Camp/ who are expected to make things buz 2 after the season get s underway .The squad has been minimized tp: about 16 men and from these Coach LtVCrofton will' pick is first and second teams. With an. hours scriu.ma 6 a eachof the past three days Lt Croft on i-s fast getting the kinks but of the teamas a 1 whole" and teaching us some: valuable plays which, we Will surely need once the season gets underway Capt .Bridges ': viewed" a couple of our "practices and .-seemed to look with an appreciative eye at the work of -the -team as a whole and especially the' work of Burroughs at center -and Woods and Eftzberger at guards* •>' Decided improvement is being noticed •; on the part of Nick( Sure-Shot ) Hogan' who seems to be destined .for .a first team position.' V, Several of the other players have snown that -•they are to be c -nsidered wh>n -it cames to playing real old basketball There seems to be considerable-prospects of winning the game which is scheduled with Anthony High Wed. October J>1, at 9 : 3G P.M. There. is, a rumor that our oasketballhteam will not.be Datter than opr base.ball team was. Well I am 'speaking in be naif of the teamm when -I, say that if -we do lose, we will go down fighting for we are betting ’dll we have on our team to win .--Duncan"Halloween” All saints day is nigh, And of course Halloween The summer's passing oy, Comes Autumn all a 6 learn. Shocked whcrles of grain, Twilight, oer the field. The imps tripping the lane. Such deviltry they wield. The largest pumpkins, Made into gruesome faces. Stand guard, wend manikins, '"Behind the Window laces. Halloween pgr ings to me, The youthful days of ycre, How vivid I recall and see, Indian summer and it's lore. Clyde Neel .-.c-n;. i FIG.HT.SM Faircloth and 'Silas wi-ll fight .Monday Oot .29, — ^-Both arc in excellent condition— Both say the ^Be.sc man -willwin”--SiTas, take notice from Price. C : .> Me Cranie fights sn the same bard 30 fights to his credit. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ( INCOMPLETE ) Qcto 31 Nov. 2nd Nov. 17 Dec. Sth. Dec 15 th. Dec. 22 Anthony High School( tnere ) F I\/1 n T* T • ^ tj H Co. 262 CCC Sebringdhere) Co. 1431 Oldtown (here) Co. 1431 Oldtown (here) Eustis High ''School (t here )

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THE SEEDLING PI NET \ Page #6 DAVIS BOOK STORE Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters OPPOSITE POSTOFFiCE Ocala, Florida > I^RIONJiARDWARE "If its hardware, we have it" Headquarters for SPORT ING^GOODS Ocala, Fla. TAXIDERMY IN CO. 14-20 Mr T .A .Register, the taxidermist of Co. 14-20 seems to be makeing e. great success with his chosen art. Although he has had very little,; time in the past few weeks he has mounted a very oeautiful the small collection of specimens of the Forest creatures, judging from the specimens mounted by masters ‘of the are, his mountings are splended-*— J.D.L. P S Mr. Registers mountings are gorgeous, but if he were to stuff Mr. Ab shires whistle, it would put his other specimens. to sharnei % * ^ * % ****** PICTURES DEVELOPED GOOD WORK DONE BY PHOTO CLASS *:#'*:*:*•*'* xwnr* *?**** * * DRAMATIC CLUB • ''{ MAKES "INITIAL SUCCESS A very humorous little skit and dialogue was staged by members of Qo.14-20' s dramatic class last Tuesday evening. The music was furnished .by Gustavason Childers Fillman and Parker, consisting of a violin and banjo and guitar.' The first skit was, "The. Gathering of the Nut s The Second one was entitled; "The Joneses go to the Fair", Which brought quite a laugh as the whole family was traveling in a Model J. Ford with a Drop Lever. The Third and last one was a dialogue named; "Levi goes ahunting" W.V. Fane her was Levi and CC.Wood was an old hill-billy. Every word was a knock-out and every look brought a big "Hee Haw". It shows good spirit, boys, just keep up. ”, .. .. | Our dramatic class is progressing repidly under the careful guidance of Miss Holsteen, and with the help' of Miss McLaughlin. Capt. Bridges has kindly offer-, ed his assistance when it may be needed. The Officers of the Class are as follows: Instructor-Miss Holsteen; Honarary President-Capt .Bridges; Educational Advi ser-Wm A McCarty ; Pres .-W.V. Fancher-Enr,#; : S9cretary-CC .Woods-Enr The players, throughout the program were: — N J Osborne-, C.B.Ayer, J.B.Plemmone, D. Haney, ‘ W.E.Vining, CC. Woods J.L. Smith, S. Hummer, W.H. Anderson CC.Whitp, R.R.Gray, B. A. Price. ;