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Seedling pine

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Title:
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.9, January 9, 1935
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volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Physical Location:
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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EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT
RAS NW INSTRUCTOR a psychological examiner and later a
teacher of General Education in the ReThe New year brought to the Eue.- construction Division. since then he
national Department ofT Co. 1420 a new in- has been a teacherof Hitory, an strutor; ,eariks a' eacher bf Social Science in. several large High
many years experien.. He gradp-ated -oh ools in the south. from-the University of Tennessee with Mr. Headrioks says that he likes
an A- B..degre". He also _gradnatid with both the. official a-nd th'ignrolled pera M. degree from Columbia University, sonell of this camp and he Wishes to New york 0t / work in helpful co-operation with both.
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BEDL SYSTEM INAUGURATE

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QUARANTINE-IN EFFECT
it.eesfew members of the Camp en confined to Quarantin Buildtheir quarters with a minor oflu" o9. Seven men are awaiting recovthe Quarantine Building, while 31 whoae' either suspects or eontge:rajg in a section.of the rqqks.
ewholecamp-is under strict or-iplation for =a period of 21 days eastuntil all traces of the r flu" 4%oated.

cordial welcome to our new Lieutenant. .e is a trust-worthy
we wish to assure

Co 1420, always the last word in effioionoy-and scientific iprovouentsr has installe a coLaplete telephone s tern embracing four terminals. Our ehief electrician, Rhodes, last weck construo.* ted lines and put in the 'phones, the personal property of OCptain Bridges,
The.instruments, connecting the of-, ficer's quarters, Forestr-y Service, Headquarters and canteen, have steady demontrated the~~yvaluqt in the short time of installation. ..
The phones-are of much value espeoially in the case of emergenoi s.wher speed of communication counts.

-In case of a missunderstanding say: Que tu dioes en Inglas?n which is
*What say you in English?* The gpanish ironing board.

DUNLAP

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Editors
BUS. Mgr. goaaige Ed. sports ea. Art Ut. Typist & printer Start tfeesor*----w

THE SEEDLI
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Bryant and Gapes wade
price a)*ean
greenleaf & Abshit A* p artY

ING PINE page
we think that everyone is hoping that
La~o* oan hold tIat the grader.
e
Tho tMks maxt Aan boosme oriented to a new set of tariore.

'1IM1 TO NIW fO8

Just wait until the new bO take

me weloorme you to our oamp and trut t1er that ride t6 the woods. that you will anoapt your p rt in keep- ...... .
tug our oanp a desirable place in which to live. At tmaea you may beome blue All hal to the now tr~otor drives
and homestak. But we have found that ohn loquatt and asstant, ,ade "q
When one is in that mood the b at thing lng. to do is to take a core actite part in Mn
the extra-ourricula nativitiea about the oamp. If you do this you will soon, forgOt youpda.ld asuoaeqe404 in getting the your unhappiness and coup life will appeal ary truok. to you.

THIS AND TL-IT
everyone must now be in tip-to shape for supper, and also for the Saturday morning inspection. '
The new rAdlo that ado has Just
built is coh better than the former one,
And now alme the old boys have gon&, a new set of boys are counting thoe ays" that they havwo in the oamp.
The other night it seemed as though It would n~t be difficult to organize a glee club.

r e wonder if our now te4ahor would sponsor a debating club.
ve would think that now* .aftr the influx of so many boys with a Spanish trend into our ep, a class In Spanish would. be in order. .

* FROQM NE~7 BOY
as, the Key \-est boys, think that this is an Ooullent oqsp. So far, w .
feel as though all tha old Iallows:of this o-aamp are good-.sports n4d very nice fellows. ro want the old fellows to know we can take play and give play. As the old saying isg wye can take it., But we can also dish it out. e hope allyou fellows will like us. some of us shoot a good line but dont pay any atteation to it. we mean well. That seems to be all we have, to say so here's hoping we will tea together.
(signed) I* H. waite,
If anyone gone on leave should run across any of their former school books, especially of the primary grades, and would care to donate them to the library, w will appreciate greatly the gift. we are in great need of texts relating to the first three grades,
(signed) Clyde f. Neel.

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THE SEEDLI?'G PINE
EDUCATIONAL PRd GRAM FOR VEEK OF JANUARY 6th THROUGH 12th.

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CITIZENSHIP PHOTOGRAPHY
JOURNALISM DRAMATIC S COMMEvRC IAL ART BASKETBALL ATHLETIC SUPERVISION TAXIDERMY ARCHEOLOGY AVI;.TION BUSINESS FIRST .'ID (a) FIRST AID (b) LITERACY VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE HANDICRAFT RADIO
AUTO MECHANIC MIMEOGRAPH OPIRATI ONCOPMRO IAL DESIGN ETM TRICITY GEOGR.P{Y MODELLING MUSIC
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EDUCATIONAL SBOTION GROWS

I wish to announce that the lib.rary has recently added to its collection a number of educational books which are texts on the subjects of Electricity,...,
steam Boilers, C.ivics, History, Faruigg, et. cet. .

HOLIDAY IMPERSONATIONS

1st sergeant:--------Ralph went chief clerk:---- ---- j. Greenleaf Educ. Advisers Asst-C. H- Neel Infirmary..,Attend----- N. J. Osborne Fire chief:--------- Clay
Canteen *t&ard------EB. Markham

I also wish to state that at any C;arip police---------- C. R- Chastain
time I ai in the library I will be glad to aid in or plot a reading course in any. The substitutes handled their new
subject that we have data on. New members- positions in a cormuendable manner, and call and get acquainted with and make use 'prdVed that they had the stuff to carry of our library, on, while the big shots were at home,
probably longing for Turkey and mranberrclyde H- Neel, Librarian. ies a.la.-Kerr.

REPLACREMENTS ARRIVF 23 more new men arrived front Tampa
Thirty-two iaen from Southern Florida january,8, 1935. We hope that htese new arrived Pri. .orning, Jan. 4, to help men will soon get accustomed to our roubring the camp up to full quota. The maj. tineso that their service here will be ority of our new uen are from Key nest, more enjoyable.

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We the personnel, enrolled men and newspaper staff tender our recognition and welcome to I.r. Headrick, our new F.3.R.A. teach, we hope and are sure that the camp as a whole will be bettered, Eduoitionally and in general with the aid of ~Aman possessing the qualificAtions of pr. Headrick.
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Arch e-o-1 o-g ica 1 N o-t tes a n d No t a t i o n s
-The archeological club has been studying aboriginal remains at silverGlen springs and along the run. A few very interesting specimens have been found.
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one mile from the mouth of the salt springs Run, a shell heap brought into light several very curious objects on the ground level. interesting among these were six miniature saucer shaped objects, pierced with from one to four holes. These specimens were found packed together, one inside the other, and are though probably to be of a shelly texture.
The use of the implements by their original makers and owners is not
known as they are quite foreign to anything found before. It was suggested by one of the members of the party that the articles may have been, and quite possibly were ornaments.
The discovery was accredited to Walter Anderson.
Nothing else was uncovered in the immediate vicinity, although artifacts ranging apparently from paleolithic to Neolithic times have been found throughout the mound, the discovery of these "button-like, objects has a tendency to indicate that a higher, well developed civilization may have existed in this location prior to the paleolithic Indications.
Mr. "otter (as told to Co Editor G.R.O.)
Item: (credit to the Scientific American, january, 1935)-The australian bushman or farm worker seldom lacks initiative. Badly cut in the leg by a wire rope, a farm worker near Dorrigo, New south wales, could get no immediate medical attention. So a fellow worker pulled four hairs from a horses tail, and used a darning needle stitched up the wound. A cork proved a failure as a thimble, but a penny was quite successful. The injured leg has now healed completely, without
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OLD FLUE HERE* WHERE IS SANTA LAUS
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OLD M* FLUE W HERE- THERE IS SANTA GLAUS?
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TRE S -DLING PINE
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B a s k e t b a 1 1 Bask e tb~.
Our basketbaFl team stare the season off with a grabg~- n, out due to the quarantine of the Camp we have come to a standstill, practise is still being continued and it is hoped that the quarantine will not last longer th:ai this week.
me won our first six games played before Christmas and they were all won by varying scores, our team has scored 210 points against 84 for opponents. our second team has played a half in nearly every game.
Last week we were scheduled to play company 1401 last Saturday, but due to the camp being quarantined we coula .not play that game. we were scheduled to play co. 1431 Saturday the 12th in oldtown, Florida. This game is being postponed because of the quarantine of -thiecamp. ..Both of *these games will be played at later dates.
company 1420 certliny has a very good chance to win the District OFF championO thip (we hope), which will be determined during the last part of February or the lst of March. Before we can consider entering the Districtiiohampionship tournament we have got to win the league we are in now. This league includes companies 1431 from oldtown, 1401 from ocala, and company 1420. r'e have every reason to believe that we will have as good a chance as the other two companies if not better. (pat. pat).
Any man desiring to come out for the team ask for a pair of shoes and he will get a trial.
G 0 0 D B Y E Y 0 U OLD F R EINDS
The following men, on the termination of their 5th calendar quarter of
service, were dischlarged on December 31, 1934. The staff takes the pleasure of representing the Company in wishing them the best of luck, and in sending them a copy of this issue, with the Compliments and best wishes of the commanding officer, Captain Bridges. So Long old FreindsAllen w* Bolden call A Knox
Leonard B- Branton Frank Koutnik
Basil E- Brasol Roy Lamons
James E- Burckhartte David Law
Troy childers wellie E. padgett
Leo J* Dixon Carl prothman
Joseph B Faircloth gyrl A. Shaw
Sherman T. Hummer Leroy H- Tuten
joe B. Kerce spurgeon B. Smith.
we know that their experience in the Camp has been a benefit through which they will profit later in life.
STAFF.
Bits of Advice for the New Members:
Donot listen to latrine talk. Do pay attention to what the
sergeant says.
DONT GOLDBRICK DO bathe daily. There is plenty of
water.
DONT ARGUE EXCEPT WHEN THERE DO be careful think of both the
IS SOMETHING REAL TO ARGUF other fellow and yourself
ABOUTDONT LEAVE 7ATER RUNNING IN THE Do be as ambitious around noon and
iSHG!~RS. quitting time as your are in the
morning.
Dont go AUOL- Do watch your language. Dont swear. Do work hard. Dont
do anything in camp you would be ashamed to do at home. DO think that the boys In camp are willing and glad to help you in any way they can*' Dont miss writing homne Once a Week. 4- -- 4 4'




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Here lies the body of Henry Mauire He forgot to think and touched a hot wire,
Ditty No. 4.Here lies what remains of peter Gore, He stopped to cough in a revolving door.
Ditty No. 5.
Beneath this little grassy plot is Mr. am, who now am not.

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EDUCATIONAL DSPi^TMENT HAS NEW INSTRUCTOR 1 The New y^ar brought to the e4uo• ational Department of qo 1^20 a new ini struotor* f/pr.' Headrioks* a teaoher of laany years experience* h graduated from--the university of Tennessee with an AB degree, h also graduated with a MA degree from Columbia university, jjew york Glt^ During the war, ipr* Headricks was QUARxiNTINE IN EFFECT quite a few members of the camp have been confined to quarantine Building or their quarters with a minor nflui* epidemic* seven men are awaiting recovery in the quarantine Building, while 31 others, who ,are either suspects or convalescentsj remain in a section of the 3rd Barracks. The whole camp. is under strict orders of isolation for a period of 21 days or at least until all tr.aces of the tflU" i are eradicated. WELCOME TO LIEUTENANT DUNLiiP f •ye extend our cordial v;elftorae to Lieutenant Dunlap, our new ui'^utenant, v/e feel sure that he is a trust-worthy friend and officer, 17c wish to assure him of loyalty on our behalf. a psychological examiner and later a .teacher of ceneral Education in the Reconstruction Division, since then he has been a teacher of social science in. several large HiSh -‘schools in the south. Mr. uo^hricks says that he likes both the. offiGiu.1 and the Enrolled personell of this c'? he wishes to work in helpful co-operation with both, (cent, on 6th pg.) BELL SYSTEM INAUGURATED CO* 1420, always the last word in efficiency and scientific improvements, has installed a complete telephone sys-* tern edbracing four terminals. Qur chief electrician, Rhodes, last week constructed lines and put in the' 'phones, the personal property of captain B^ihges. The instruments, connecting the of* ficers quarters. Forestry service. Headquarters and canteen, have alJteady demonstrated their value in the short time of installation., The phones cire of much value especially in the case of emergencies where speed of communication counts. -in case of a missunderstanding say; Que tu dices en ingles?** \7hich is "yhat say you in English?* The Spanish ironing board.

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THi' SE'iDLING PINE P
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THE SEEDLI^’G PIIvJE EDUCATIONAL PROOHAM FOR I/EEK OF JAIWAFTf 6th THROUGH 12th. : -• SUN-ION— TUE--1/ED-THU-FRI -SAT '--TIME GITIZENSHIP X 7:00 PHOTOGRAPHY X 8;00 JOURNALISM X X X 9:00 DRaMATICS • X X b;00 COMMERCIAL SxRT X X X 5:00 B K E TB iiLL X X X X X X 4:00 ATHI.STIG SUPERVISION X X X X X X 4:00 TAiXIDERMY X X X X X 7:30 ARCHEOLOGY X 3:00 AVI.-TION X 7:00 BUSINESS X XXX ti;00 FIRST .^ID (a) X 7:00 FIRST AID (IJ) X 7:45 LITERACY X 7:00 VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE X 8:30 H*WDICRAFT X X X X 7:00 FLIDIO X X X X X X X 8:30 AUTO IffiCHANICS X X X XX 7:00 MIMEOGRAPH OPERATION' X X X X 9:00 COMMERCIAL DESIGN X X X X i:30 ELECTRICITY • X X X X 6:30 GEOGRAPHY X 6:30 MODELLING z ‘x 8;00 MUSIC X X 8;30 SINGING X X 9:00 EDUCATIONAL SECTION GROES HOLIDAY I I'JIPSRSONATI ONS I wish to announce that the libIst sergeant;rarj? has recently added to its collection chief clerk;-J. 'r, (jreenleaf a number of educational books which are pduc. Adviser' s Asst-c. HNeel texts on the subjects of slectricity, infirmary •Attend ij. j. Qsborne Steam Boilers, olvics. History, parming. pire chief; -c* clay canteen 's'tavvard p. Pi^arkham I also wish to state that at any camp police time I am in the library j v/ill be glad to aid in or plot a reading course in any 1 The substitutes handled their new subject that we have data on. ijow members positions in a commendable manner, and call and get acquainted with and make use 'proved that they had the stuff to carry of our library. on, while the big shots were at home probably longing for Turkey and CranberrClyde H Neel, LiP^^rian. ies a_laperr. REPLACSrIvrTS ARRIVE 23 more new men arrived from Tampa Thirty-two men from southern Florida January, 8 1935 we hope that hl.es e nev/ arrived pri, morning, jan. 4 io help non will soon get accustomed to our roubring the c^rap up to full quota, phe majtineso that their service here ’ Kvjll be ority of our new men are from pey Yi^est, more enjoyable c

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page HE SEEDLING PINE V7e the personnel, enrolled men and newspaper staff tender our recognition and welcome to f^r* Readrick, our new p.E.R.A. teach. \ye hope and are sure that the camp as a whole will be bettered, ^ucationally and in general with the aid of aaman possessing the qualifications of i,*r. Headrick. ... ... St: # Arche-oio'gical NO'tes and dictations liie archeological club has been studying aboriginal remains at silverGlen springs and along the run. q few very interesting specimens have been found. sd one mile from the mouth of the s^lt springs Run, a shell heap brought into light several very curious objects on the ground level, interesting among these were six miniature saucer shaped objects, pierced with from one to four holes. These specimens were found packed together, one inside the other, and are though probably to be of a shelly texture. The use of the implements by their original makers and owners is not knov/n as they are quite foreign to anything found before, it was suggested by one of the members of the party that the articles may have been, and quite possibly were ornaments. The discovery was accredited to uialter i^nderson. Nothing else was uncovered in the immediate vicinity, although artifacts ranging apparently from paleolithic to NeoH'thic times have been found throughout the mound, the discovery of these button-lik6 objects has a tendency to indicate that a higher, well developed civilization may have existed in this location prior to the paleolithic indications. fur, -ootter (as told to c Editor cRC*) Item: (credit to the scientific Aaet'ican, January, 1935)''The australian bushraan or farm worker seldom lacks initiative, p^hly cut in the leg by a wire rope, a farm worker near Dorrigo, New south v/ales, could get no immediate medical attention, go a fellov? worker pulled four hairs from a horses tail, and used a darning needle stitched up the wound, a cork proved a failure as a thimble, but a penny was quite successful. Tl^e injured leg has now healed completely, without after effects* ... OLD MAN FLUE IS HERE. WHERE IS SANTA OLAUS? Note; 1)0 not ask anybody the answer to this, pigure it out for yourself.

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rrTE 3 •'IDLING PINE page 5 Basketball Basket be-, lx our basketball team starT^ the season off v.oTli "a gxvrar'TI'g oang, but due to the quarantine of the camp we have come to a standstill, practise is still being continued and it is hoped that the quarantine will not last longer th^iii this v.eek. ’^e won our first six games plaj^ed before Christmas and they were all won by varying scores, our team has scored 210 points against 64 for opponents, o^r second team has played a half in nearly every game. Last week we were scheduled to play I 40 I last Saturday, but due to the camp being quarantined we couia not play that game, v/e were scheduled to play co* 1431 S^^lurday the 12th in oldtown, Florida. This game is being postponed because of the quarantine of thiscamp. Both of these games will be played at later dates. company 1420 certainly has a very good chance to mn the District "F" championO' dhip (we hope), which will be determined during the last part of February or the 1st of March. Before we can consider entering the District tiywchamp ion ship tournament we have got to win the league we are in now. xhis league includes companies 1431 from old-town, 140 I from ooala, and company 142 O. we have every reason to believe that we will i.ave as good a chance as the other two companies if not better. ( pat, pat) Any man desiring to come out for the team ask for a pair of shoes and he will get a tricj.. GOODBYE YOU OLD F R EINDS The following men, on the termination of their 5 ih c^l^^^dar quarter of service, were discharged on Ds^sf^^sr 31 1934 The staff takes the pleasure of representing the cocip^ny in wishing them the best of luck, and in sending then a copy of this issue, with the coripliments and best wishes of the co^^i^ding off‘i'^r, captain Bridges, so Long old. preindsAllen w. Bolden Leonard b Branton Basil g. Brasol James g. Burckhartte Troy Childers LOO j. Dixon Joseph g paircloth Sherman T, Hummer Joe B. Kerce X;e know that their experience in the they will profit later in life. call A Knox prank Koutnik Roy L^-mons David L^i-w we Hie g. padgett carl prothman LCyrl A Shaw L^roy H TUten Spurgeon b smith. camphas been a benefit through which ST*iFF. Bits of Advice for the now Members; Don't listen to latrine talk. DONT GOLDBRICK DONT ARGUE EXCEPT '-/HEN THERE IS SOMETHING REAL TO ARGU.^’ .IBOUTDONT leave w^teR RMNING IN THE SHCHERS. DO pay attention to what the sergeant says, DO bathe daily. There is plenty of v/ater DO be careful think of both the other fellow and yourself DO be as ambitious around noon and quitting time as your are in the morning. t‘ Dont go a\70L Do watch your language. Dont swear, no work hard, pont do anything in c^-mp you would be ashamed to do at home, do think that the boys in c^mp are willing and glad to help you in any way they can. pout miss writing home o’^ce a week. 'f' 7 ” ’'.v'"*.

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Ditty flea and a fly in a flue were caught so what could they do? Let us fly said the flea, ret us flea said the fly 30 they flew through a flaw in the flue. TEAZKSR Al-^RIV.TS) His chief interests seeas to deal with^ 1 st. -Eleaent^ry E