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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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English
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v.1, no.7, November 26, 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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rMR. O~TO ARISTA SUPERVISOR
AT LAKE C12 NY.. .
MR. WITE~-PUR EASING AGENT- :
MAKES INVENTORY OF TOOLS
OQn Thursday afternoon November 234. M. -0--o, Assistant SiSupervisor frQm.the .-eadquarters at Lake City
and rk hit ur r hIn

The Educational department of
Co. 1j420 has.: arranged for instruction n d anci g at the HorneMayo Shal of aocirg at Ocala. This clan h1' 1 sped .a ltrge portion of th (0, to i.t boso:m forty-nine men's.grid up for it!ibsediately after the annouoemet. The small cost was apparently no obstacle at all.

.I, -The boys .who attended the first
made an inventory of the toolse Of
de an invntyof tetol of session of the c3.la declare it a
the Forest Service of Co. 1420. grange suooes arnd. IMr. McTa feels
Th. tuok drovers,. as soon as.the sure that it will.be even. g-reater trucks w6re gassed and inapeted, success in the future-.
placed' their truc"Ki oil a 'Iline-and
p~ather truc n 'iin and The. boys in this clasBs have been .removed all the tool frorm t- eo. ....
oomptimented on their good conduct, boxes and stacked theI.in their res whiohis grtifyIg makof dist. I 7.whichis a gramil.Ving, mark'af diatpectiis.plaoes where thsy. could., be inotion for Co. 3420.- -coun-t'd.i In the ..1e, te meohnios and Shook.y Ware putting their tools on dipy too. So iml., the boyEv of Company 1420
ohen the--m.n begn aking the count have teen tbuasy fixin.g the various it was o -ooc r yth. They had pla.oes mentioned -and cutting new it. s s o 0. o .1t'h. T__ey had. . .
their tospl .P rca.de*d and trucks put rd, .fi.e bE.k that the hunters up for the night in time for pper.o days the -OOUyty.-, UP f or th ngl-in ige f or s.ip er.n. 7 an -PutnamAnd not the 7eest b t of suspence e eween. Marion and-P tnmm
had bee crate. .Oc;71-7ties was eace througn and
... . ve vTry 'atl.y lerd That hard
Working 0ew o Mi.Pscks cleared Progre,- ra d on hs Davnport Landing
Prog ress'-_puttin in Ua ow.,i :veart besi Iidea. Other
The hunting seaso~., opens and the e doing similar p'i.. of
Sare invaded by magy hunters. ra Hnters a reach tei fay
What mae it posible-for t hbm orite Hnr w oa roh the
ortecapwih uh 18tro'dble
to gt into thevari6us camps hun- ( ac' e th "i c h gi > o170ed ise.@gh goin grounds eto. The answer is l e.
but i a psibl. ha- o ..... be'

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THE SEEDLING PINE

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STAFF--- ---------

Editor Bryant
Asst. Editor Ayer
Bus. Mgr. Wade
Exchange Ed. Price
Sports Ed. t Duncan
Art Editor Fancher
Typist J.S.V.
Printer Abshire
Staff Adviser---Wm.4.McCarty

in the state where they really
work",.
Now boys that's the way to boot The CCC, at least our own Co. 1420
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A copy of the 239er's the paper of do. 239, Butler N.J. was
received and filed in the library in the week; they have requested a paper iD exchange.

"THIS'N THAT"
Mr-, Sheffer was with the photography club on Thursday night November 22 and he gave them some
valuable instructions in photobraphy He told them how to take pictures in moonlight also about the timing for different. degrees of light. He is intenging to take some flash light pictures in the next few sessions of the club.
Wade has finally obtained the
use of a room for his radio shop. The former oil room opposite Register's taxidermy shop has been
turned over to hik. The radio club is thankful for the quiet place for
study.
By the way, last Sunday Wades camp built radio was picking up a few stations. Some of the doubting Thomases were convinced when they
put the ear phones on.
***************
The other afternoon out on the
west boundary road assistant leader line crew was working rapidly to finish a certain portion of the P project when a classy automobile
filled with hunters came along the road. The car was held up by several trees across the road in proms postiton. The crew hustled and cleared the road as soon as possible
When the automobile was able to pass an aristocratic appearing man in the back seat remarked several
times: "The first Camp I've seen

With. he completion of a few more lessons the typeing class will be writing business letters.
CCC boys can progress.
********************

The first aid cass is having iteregular sessions.
****.******** ********
Guess the Georgia boys who a few days ago were thinking that Florida was cold in the winter have decided by now that Florida Can have warm Winter weather too.
***********************
Someone misjudged the weather the other day: the pepp er in the dinner warmed us up on an, already warm day.
-, ********************
"Hey Clay, don't get too far
from the project: the deer hunters will mistake you for a bear".
**** *****************
Blivey wants every one to know that he worked one day; that day was in the old shell pit.
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Haney is jubilant over being able to drive his dump truck back to the shell pit for a few days. -Guess it stimulates his reminiscent
mind. By the Editor.
ADVERTISE IN THE'SEEDLING PINEV
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"EXPLORATION"
An expedition left Co.; 1420-Lake Kerr, Nov. 12th(a legal holiday), in an Army truck driven by T.A. I Paul. The other members of the X party were Potter(in ckhrge), Allen Taylor, Steve Johnson, "Country" Anderson, And myself, Clyde -Neel.
We took along lunches; coffee, sugar and milk as wellas three shove ls one axe, one grubbing hoe,
ter gallons of reserve gas, and one eme:-ency first aid kit. Each member carried their own canteen full of water.
We left Camp at ten P.M. for
Ocala, then proceeded to Belleview just thru town on the Orlando highway. We took a road forking to the left. About a mil4 down it mwe topped at Smith Lake for lunch. We madA hot coffee. I ate some palm(etto buds,, Potter tried
-them. Lunch over we put out the fire and returned to Belleview. We put Serieant Abehier. who wgs to guide us. He took a sedan with another man with him. Potter rode with them. -We follobd witn the truck with two young-boys who had joined our -party. We headed east until we came to a gate. We left the truck carried our equipment to a large Oak(4 or 5 feet in diameter). I re-turned to the truck for kodak tripod and overtook the party. We then proceeded to the mouth of..Ikerberger Cave.
We stopped at the entrance to make fire brands and took a time exposure of all (save the other man along) at the entrance of the cave.
We then entered, the two .ovs

that we thought might be of Indian origin. I took a couple of time exposures of them with the aid of seven oZ eight of our torches. We. then crawled threagh a s:ies of passages, chanbers, tunnels, etc. marveling at the serenity of it all. The walls were of lime rocks mingled with flint with an occasional formation which we imagined might be petrified trees There was much formation of water dripped salts and minerals. The cave was full of blind passages and small hofe* etc. We were at tires many feet from the bottom on a precarious perch. Our torches had long been discarded because of falling tar. We had however a flashlight. I took samples of the rock, flint, etc. On the way out of the cave I took the axe and knocked off a large piece of the supposed petrified tree. At places the formation was flecked with fossils sea shells which was very odd. There were several vents in the rock of the cave.
We left the cave at 3:30 PuM.
and arrived in Belleview at-fifteen minutes before four P.i!.
There our guides left us, and it was there that we learned* we had not seen all of the* cave, and that there are supposed to be several other corridors.
We intend to make a return trip s soon.
We then proceeded to Ocala, t there to Camp. The whole trip was enjoyed by all, but we returned with aching joints and ready to "hit the hay".--Neel

acting as our guides. We went down hill for several rods where a fair HA HA
size chanber led into several She--(in HA! HA! Hy, u hs
she --- (in dance hall)' My, bt. this passages. I was struck with wonder floor is slippery. with the quiet beauty of the place. Her dancing partner--(sternly) I On the walk were numerous names, et.just shined my shoes ifthats carved, by previous visitors. Among what you mean. them were me very faint carving-you raan. thmwr oevr aint carvings--, .




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EDUCATIONAL SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF 25 THRU DEC. 1
Monday
asketball .4:30
ournalism 9:00
Commercial Art 5:00
Boxing 5:00
Typing 8:00
Dramatics 7:00
Taxidermy 7:30*
Radio 7:00
Athletic Supervision4:0~0 Dancing 8:00
Business Course 5:00
Tuesday--First Aid(A) 6:O0
Fir s t Aid(B) 7:00
Journal,'ism 9: 00
Commercial Art 5:00
Boxing 5:00
Taxidermy 7:30
Basketball 4:30
Athletic Supervision4:30 Business Course 5:00
Literacy 7:00
Wednesday--Co.mmercial Art :00
Basketball 4:30
Taxidermy 7:30
Athletic Supervision4: 30
Thursday---Holiday
Friday----No classes

BASKETBALL
C. 1420 TO PLAY REDDICK HI
SCHOOL TUES. NITE AT REDDICK
o. 1420'.s Basketball team with already two victories to their oredit will journey to Reddick Hi. tomorrow night for a game with that team.
From what we can hear our boys
are in for atough game for the Red&dick team are always strong bidders for District honors.
The team*.will be somewhat crtppled by the absence of Loyd. Ertzberger who has gone home(to Ga.) on leave and will not return till after Thanksgiving. "Ertzi"was one of the main cogs in our two victories. Another one of the first Five will be missing unless Burroughs. returns from Ft. Soreven, where .he t&bk his truck to be repaired. .He is e ~pected back however by; tomorrow night. Burroughs hit his stride against Melrose Hi a week from last Fri. nits and if does -not return th@ team will be oriptled all the more The following schedule was received from Ft. Screv3n, yesterday concerning the Ooala League of this District. The winners of eaoh League will compete for the District Championship. There not beinti but six teas in our League and it' three of those we do not have to p play; we should win our.League.

Saturday---- OCALA LEAGUE
No classes

December 15 Decem oer 22 December 29
January 4 January 11 January 18 January 25 February 1 February 8

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LEAGUE SECRETARY: Wm. A. MiCARTY CAMP ED. ADVISER 1420th. 00.C000C




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OUR FISKINGTRI'P
On Sunday mop;ng Nov., 18, 1934
Plemmons, Dvid'L *, an4 myself -'
started out on a fis g rip. w~e
rowed around the north* West ad4e
of the Lake and didn't -get anything
We thought we ere going to be
skunked but David wasted over on the edge of som lily-pads and a
bass that wohl4 :weigh.one and a
half 6n6ide hij 'the bait.- He pulled him and it qsme my turn 'to fish.
We drifted: apu d a little further and I lande 'o about the same size
as DavId's 'W6 then saw an inviting plae tp, t ot u~ 1unch,for
which wotthe.k ir. Milam and rested
a few minutes. After. lunch we
started on apupdto t h South-east
shore, but wg ouldn' fish much because of ro wter, although
Plemmons land one' & fter much impatienpc:. .1But the real thrill was
when I lande d th b which
weighed six p 'ds 'and three ounces Plemmons was padling along and we
oame to a buXno of lily-pads. I
oast over nepr them and I was telling Plenmon .to square up the boat when he hit, s sh, Slosh. I yell* ed (as usual) ','pd told Plemmons ag
again to squp 'up the boat. He
,i pulled the wpg4 oar and the line
was aroung t bern of the boat,
but David saayO the day by reaching
out and thro g the line over
across the bgLg I had a little a
more fun pullAg him in, but I soon
had him conq red and landed.
A few min te after that, the water became s rough we oouldn't hold the boat.kt a,ll- so .at.
SDavid, sugg ion we startedfor
the south-'eap~W nt .of. the island
After muchha pulling we finally 4 rehed-the- nd and a few feet
inthe grass saw a ohool of
bease afta roup of minnows,
David onsted"A few times hearwhere

after a while pavid landed another. fine bass. I took the tackle then but didn't get'a strike.
We oleaned-ndoooked.the fished and McDonald, Ed Godwin. Pierce Paul, Milam ana our party enjoyed a fish supper.that wa"sumpin" else.
W3ll, boys, we had pretty good luck for the first time,,why not,. try ybur luck sometime?--Bood luck to you th~t try.--Whee Vining
"SONGS. O.,THE YELLOW JACKETS"
"We'll make 'A' while the Sun Shines
(.To be sung to the tune of. "We'll make I.dy While 'the Sun
Shines")
Take me'back to Frt's crew
Where we out the old fire lane, And we'll make A while the sun
shines.
And well make B when it rains:
Take me off thp stump crew.
Put me back on the lane.
We'll make A while the sun shines.
Well make B when it rains.
,.
(Chorus)
Mid the hustle and the bustle of the old brush-hooks,
Out where the scrub pine grow, Itll get Dorsey to mark me Quarters
Then by heck, 1111l wash some
clothes.
Take me where the gold brios
Give Mr. Fort a pain.
We' ll make A while the sun shines
We'll .make B when it rains.

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"ALL VE DO GTE IMLE DAY TROUGH"
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Is eb grub,
Anid out the aerub.,
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Lousy too,
Boy, oh, Boy we're telling you.,
All w do tha. whole day through
Is sweat and stew.
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MR. O'jTO^ABSItSTAHT SUPERVISOR AT LATUi: CI7T MR. WRITEpurchasing AGENT. MAKES INSENTORY OF TOOLS Ths Educational department of Co. I'TZO has. arranged for instruction in dancing at the HorneiMayo School of rinncD.rg at Ocala. This clac'j has olf-,.'’ped a large portion On Thursday afternoon November 23 Mir. -Otto, Assistant Supervisor from, the ,neadqus.rters at Lake City and Mr White, pur ^ purchasing agent made an inventory of the ’tools of the Forest Service of Co. 14-20. The truck drovers, as soon as the of the Co, to itp boa'omj forty-nine trucks were gassed and inspected, placf^d' their trucks on a lin"? and .removed all the tools from' the boxes and stacked them.jn their res p.ectiv3r places where they, could be ccunt-ed. In the rieau..t tne mechanics and Shookiy vjsre putt i no* their tools on c'j splay too.. So WThen the-, men baf-ari. 'making the count it; was soon cve-r with. They hadtheir tOiSln reloaded and trucks put up for tho night in time for supper And not the least b^t of suspence had been created. m on .1 giisid np f c :: it ikm3 dia 1 0 ly ai'cer the announcement The small cost was anparsntly no obstacle at all. The boys who attended the first session of the cl^^^s declare it a grang success and Mr_. McCarJj^ feels sure that it wil.l oe even. a greater success in the futureThe boys in this clas.s. havebeen compel imented on their good conduct, whiohis a gratifying mark' of distinction for bo, jkpO." Progress^ — simple, the boysof Company 1420 have been tuiiy fixing the various places mentioned -and cutting new reads, fire breaks that the hunters can use In two days the county 'line between. Marion and Putnam Cpun.tiofc wag rc.nchf3d througn and yet very neatly cleared. That hard working crew of Mr. Peacocks cleared a .road on the Dc'vonport Landing putting in a .culvert besides. Others The hunting season opens and the forests are invaded by ms.p.y hunters. What made it possible for bhem to get into the various camps, hunting grounds etc. The answer is doing similar pieces of i^he Hiinters can reach their favorite cfiup with much 1 5 3 s trouble ( ci c curiae the sand is tough going, but i.:’ ju possible that-wouU be remadied

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THE SEEDLING PINE Page #2 STAFF Editor Bryant Asst. Editor Ayer Bus. Mgr. Wade Exchange Ed. Price Sports Ed. Duncan Art Editor Fancher Typist J.S.V. Printer Ab shire Staff Adviser — -Wm. 4 ‘McCarty "THIS'N THAT" Mi*.. Sheffer was with the photography club on Thursday night November 22 and he gave them some valuable instructions in photobraphy He told them how to take pictures in moonlight also about the timing for different degrees of light. He is inieng^ing to take some flash light pictures in the next few sessions of the club. Wade has finally obtained the use of a room for his radio shop. The former oil room opposite Register’s taxidermy shop has been turned over to hiiii. The radio club is thankful for the quiet place for study By the way, last Sunday Wades camp built radio was picking up a few stations. Some of the doubting Thomases were convinced when they put the ear phoaes on. The other afternoon out on the west boundary road assistant leader dine crew was working rapidly to finish a certain portion of the p project when a classy automobile filled with hunters came along the road. The oar was held up by several trees aocoss the road in prone postilon. The crew hustled and cleared tJhe road as soon as possible When the automobile was able to pass an aristocratic appearing man in the bank seat remarked several times: "The first Gamp I’ve seen in the state where they really work’’, Now boys that’s the way to boodt The CCC, at least our own Co. 14-20 A copy of the 2399^' ‘^^9 paper of 00. 239 > Butler N.J. was received and filed in the literary in the week; they have requested a paper ip exchange + ^ ate.* ifi 5)t With ^he .completion of a few more lessons the typeing class will be writing business letters. CCC boys can progress. The first aid class is having itsregular sessions. >(<, .(!a|ca(tatcs(e + *s|e Guess the Georgia boys who a few days ago were thinking that Florida was cold in the winter have decided by now that Florida Can have warm ’winter weather too. Someone misjudged the weather the other day: the pepper in the dinner warmed us up on. a^h already warm day. "Hey Clay, don’t get too far ‘ from the project: the deer hunters' will mistake you for a bear". Blivey wants every one to know that he worked one day; that day was in the old shell pit. Haney is jubilant over being able to drive his dump truck back to the shell pit for a few days. Guess it stimulates his reminiscent mind. By the Editor. ADVERTISE IN THE ‘SEEDLING PINE'^ It pays to advertise X .xxx:pc3 !rAPrAr’:xx~yx x x f r x x x :: x?. : x r xx w. r x T

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THE SEEDLING PII'IE Par^e # 3 "EXPLORATION" An expedition left Co. l420-La]ce Kerr, Nov. 12th(a legal holilaAO in an Army truck driven by T.A. 2 Paul. The other members of the % party were Potter (in cSihrge), Allen Taylor, Steve Johnson, "Country" Anderson, And myself, Clyde Neel. We took along lunches, coffee, sugar and milk as well, as three sho:/ol on axe, one grubbing hoe, ten g3..11ons of reserve gas, and one esis-gtricy first aid kit. Each member carried their own canteen full of water. W left Gamp at ten P.Ii, for Ocala, then proceeaed to Belleview just thru town on the Orlando highway. We took a road forking to the left.. About a mile down it we stepped at Smith Lake for lunch. We made hot coffee. I ate eorne p^almetto buds, Potter tried 'them. Lunch over we pat out the fire and returned to Belleview. We ppt Sergeant Ab shier, who v/ijis to guide us. He took a sedan w^itli another man with him. Potter rode with them. We follovifbd witn the truck • with two young boys who had joined our party. We headed east until we came to a gate. Yife left the truck carried our equipmenr to a large Oak(^ or 5 f99t in diameter). I returned to the truck for kodak tripod and overtook the party. We then proceeded to the mouth of.Ikerberger Cave. We stopped at the entrance to make fire brands and took a time exposure of all (save the other man along) a-t the entrance of the cave. We tnen entered, the two {^oys acting as our guides. We went down hill for several rods where a fair size ohanber led into several passages. I was struck with wonder with the quiet beauty of the place. On the walk were numerous names, etc carved by previous visitors. Among them were some very faint carvingsthat we thought might be of Indian origin. I took a couple of time exposures of them with the aid of seven or eight of our torches. We. than crawled threagh a series of passages, chanters, tunnels, etc. marveling at the serenity of it all. The walla were of lime rocks mingled with flint with an occasional formation which we imagined might be perrified trees There was much formation of water dripped salts and minerals. The cave was full of blind passages and small ho^Les etc. We were at times many feet from the bottom on a precarious perch. Our torches had long been discaraed because of falling tar. YJe had however a flashlight. I took samples of the rock, flint, etc. On the way out of the cave I took tne axe and knocked off a large piece of the supoosed petrified j tree. At places the formation ; was flecked with fossils sea shells which was very odd. There were several vents in the rock of the cave. We left the cave at 3*30 PuM, and arrived in Belleview at fifteen minutes before four P.il. There our guides left us, and it was there that we learned' we had not seen all of the cave, and that there are supnosed to be several other corridors. V^e intend to make a return trip soon. • We then proceeded to Ocala, i there to Camp. The whole trip was enjoyed by all, but we returned with aching joints and ready to hit the hay".— Neel HA I HA HA She (in dance *hali) My, but this floor is slippery. Her dancing partner — (sternly) j •just shined my shoes if thats what you mean. s

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...THE SEEDLING PILi: Page #4 EDUCATIONAL SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF 25 THRU DEC.l fionday-Basket’oall .4:30 Journalism 9:00 Commercial Art 5:00 Boxing 5:00 Typing 8:00 Dramatic a 7^00 Taxidermy 7^30. Radio 7:00''' Athletic Supervision^; 36 Dancing 8:00 Business Course 5:00 Tuesday First Aid(A) 6:00 First Aid(B) 7*00 Journtilism 9*00 Commercial Art 5*00 Boxing 5:00 Taxidermy 7*30 Basketball 4 : 30 Athletic Supervision4 : 30 Business Course 5*00 Literacy 7*00 Wednesday— Commercial Art 5^00 Basketball 4:30 Taxidermy 7130 Athletic Sup 0 rvision 4: 30 Thursday Holiday Friday— No classes’ BASKETBALL CO. 1420 -TO PLAY REDDICK HI SCHOOL TUES,. NITE AT REDDICK Co. 1420* 8 Basketball team with already two victories to their credit will journey to Reddick Hi. tomorrow night for a game with that team. From what we can hear our boys are in for a tough game for the Reddick team are always strong bidders for District honors. The team will be somewhat crippled by the absence of Loyd Ertzberger who has gone home(to Ga.) on leave and will not return till after Thanksgiving. "Ertzi'*was one of the main cogs in our two victo.. ries. Another one of the first Five will be missing unless Burroughs. •. returns from Ft. Screven, where he tiik his truck to be repaired. -He is expected back however by tomorrow night. Burroughs hit his stride ag-,_ ainst Melrose Hi a week from last Fri. nits and if does not return thd‘ team will be crippled all the more The following schedule was received from Ft. Screven, yesterday concerning the Ocala League of this District. The winners of eaoh^*” League will compete for the District Championship. There not being" but' six teamis in our League and th three of those we do not have to play;' we should win our. League. Saturday OCALA LEAGUE No classes December 15 (1401 Ocala vs Oldt own at Oldt own December 22 (Old Town vs 1420 Ocala at 1420 Ocala Decembe.r 29 (l420 Ocala, vs l401 Ocala at ,1401 Ocala January 4 (l401 Ocala vs 1420 Ocala at 1420 Ocala January 11 (1420 Ocala, vs •• Oldt own at Oldt own January : IS ( Oldt own vs l4oi Odala at 1401 Ocala January 25 (1401 Ocala vs Oldt own at Oldt own February 1 (Oldt own vs 1420 Ocala at 1420 Ocala February 8 (1420 Ocala vs 1401 Ocala at 1401 Ocala LEAGUE SECRETARY: Wm. A. MCCARTY f CAMP ED. ADVISER 1420th. CO.COC

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THE SEEDLING PINE OUR fishing' TRIP On Sunday mo^pnirig Nov. IS, 193^ Plemmons, David, Law, and myself started out on a fishlhg trip. We rowed around the north west aide of the Lake and didn' t -get anything We 'thought we iifere going to be skunked but David casted over on the edge' of some lily-pads and a bass that would" weigh one and a half pbunde hit the bait. He pulled him and it qame my turn 'to fish. We dr if ted. 'around a little further and I landedone about the same size as David’s We then saw 'an inviting plabe tb^ eat our, lunch, for which we .thank Mr. Milam and rested a few minutes. After. lunch we started on around 'to the South-east shore, but we) cpuldn' t;f ish much because of rouaji'' water although Plemmons landed one’ after much impatienc,^.. ., But J the real thrill was when I landed pt he big one* which weighed six pddnds arid three ounces Plemmons was paddling along and we came to a buncii of lily-pads. I oast over near them and I was telling Plemniona to square up the boat when he hit, ^dpsh. Slosh. I yelled (as usual)’ dnd told Plemmons ag again to square up the boat. He pulled the wrOpg oar and the line 'was aroung t|d 'peern of the boat, but David saved’ the day by reaching out and throwing the line over across the bpal5;?l I had a little na .more fun pulling him in, but I soon had him conq\^red and landed. A few minutes after that, the water became sorough we couldn’t hold the boat ’ at all, so .at Davids, suggestion we started for the south-east ‘pf int ofthe island After rauchhar4 pulling we finally reached the inland and a few feet in the grass' wa''aaw a school of bass afte.r a. group of minnows. David casted'-'a few times near where we saw them striking, but to no a avail. We then proceded morth and (cont'd on next col.) Page #0 after a while David landed another fine bass. I took the tackle then but didn't get a strike. We cleaned and cooked the fishes and McDonald, Ed Godwin, Pierce Psul, Milam and our party enjoyed a fish supper. that was '’’sumpin" else. IV 3 II, boys, we had pretty good luck for the first time, why not. try your luck sometime*? — Bood luck to you that try. — Whee Vining "SONGS OF. THE YELLOW JACKETS" "We’ll make 'A' while the Sun Shines (To be sung to the tune of "We'll make Hay While the Sun. Shines" ) Take me back to Fort’s crew Where we cut the old fire lane. And we’ll make A while the sun shines. And we’ll make B when it rains: Take me off the stump crew. Put me back on the lane. We’ll make A while the sun shines. We^ll make B when it rains. (Chorus) ’Mid the hustle and the bustle of the old brush-hooks. Out where the scrub pines grow, I'll get Dorsey to mark me Quarters Then by heck. I'll wash some clothes. Take me where the gold bricks Give Mr. Fort a pain. We’ll rrake A while the sun shines We’ll make B when it rains. New Member Sprgeant, can I get me CCC uniform now? Supoly Seageant^i^Yes, how do you want it, too large or too small?-. — ADVERTISE IN’’THE SEEDLING PINE"

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