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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.2, no.2, February 16, 1935
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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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"LEST WE FORGET"
'Published, '.Iokly
February 16 Comemorating -the birth of publication
19 groat American, George Washington
born February 22, 1732.
17'i
WRK ON CLUB HOUSE GOES -oC0. 1420 GETS BREAK"
"OVER TOP",
"- OV, ~ Bill(Mr. lcCarty) is Work on the new educ- now permanent property sc
cational building I to speak in his own word
club house", gets to us the other &ry.
under way. with a bang. M r McCarty o "Bill"
We hppeand expect as he desires that we c.l
many volunteers from him, was in the recent,
each shift to take the educational'. avisor o
part in its cbns-tr.. of two camps, 1420, and
auction, If the work 1401. He hts been trygoe-~ferward as we ing for some tme to
hope the buiilding will be assigned to one camp.
soon -be ready for occup- We were the lucky objects. of his proanoy. The clubhouse has been de- ference. The whole tiemp, wec are sure, ied by QEA, Mr. McCarty to is much indebted to usd His steady
embody the utmost beauty and corn- wvori has.brought about certain confort through out,and promises to ditions that are undeniably irprobe -a pleasent resort after the dayfnents in the educational programs. work*- Bill, we welcome you into our
-- - - ------- --company permanently vith sincere hope
that by this move you will be able to FOG HORN bring about the changes that you
have been hoping for, and also wehope We.ow' have w-hat is well known athat you will like your new position. as the fog horn- which calls.us .. ..--
from- the land -of pleasant dreams
to the land of reality- and the "BOOK ,WORlds
start to a good day's work. .It
.promises to be quite a change.to his A library has received a, stack- of well known whistle. .new books which I feel sure will be
-- -- - --- - - - -very intersting the the readers.

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PROGRESS IN ADULT
SEEDLING P IE EDUCATION
EDITORIAL STAFF. ----- ----EDITORIN -CHI F ~The6 New-Doal a pro. EDITOR .IN CHIEF Your new editor ~ wishes to ak T wDan-s pro '- vision for Ele...entG.R. Capes ounce the proposed expansion of vsio for le...ent-.....t e- Seedliqg ? ne,""-f~tO+ < ritLary AL1it EaUd~atro
-. the-"Seedling neifo print has been extended
ACSOCIATE EDITOR- ed. sheet with all the facilities h as to -offer Opp.
C.H. Neel .. and advantages ---of a regular ?Wde oti to the...
kly newspaper. However this can young men eolled SPORTS EDITOR not be accomplished with out the youin the C.C.C. Camplled
Hoyte Smith individual assistance of every Many members of Co.
-man in c~. = --Mn ebr fc
man1. in ca 40 ha. failed
ARiT EDITOM We want yqou to feel- a real themselves of the
U.V. Fancher interest in the development of privilegeof sthdyour j.ournal. .-ith your privilege
CHIEF- RORTER anco we can print a paper with f rom the groung up.
Harry Gustavson several times the circulation we, Some vho, a few
have now. You' want. to know how weeks ago, were e REPORTERS .. you can assisin puttig the werasod by havin
.A.R. Taylor paper over. Here is how- you to make their mark,
LV Harris can assist by reporting every (X) are now proudly,
incident that happens in or ar- sign their ne.
s~ignjnp 'their namoL'.
JOKES BY ound camp that is 6f news valtie; Others have learned:
T.A. Register any jokes that are really go-od, to write their own in fact any thing that is print-.etts home able. ttrshome.
able. Thelaysesmeet A- box is to made for the put- Thelayo m n
of regularly on Monday. ting of news articles in and Wednesday and oidy
Wednesday and Fxid
placed in a convenient place. from 700 to 9 ?.L.
The''01 toitor,
.... The Editor. Any subjects below
IN 1EMORIAM the ninth grade are
George Washington-was born in available. There :S a class in cofe.c: Bridges Creek' in 1732. He led a and decimal fractions; another-;in resimple life, although his parents ading, especially conducted for dur were not poor. He learned a pro-- new Spanish-spea4king boys who wish fession of a Surveyor and Planter. to improve their English.
When the American Revolution All members of the -camp who w"sh.
breke out, he was called to the to review.-, or furtheriadvance their
array as Cormmander in Chief. After education are cordially invited to haviirg retired'~and went back to his attend Instruction is given both
home on the Potomac. Once again heindividually and -in groups- 'as will was called, this time, to be Pres- best meet the needs of the students. ident of the U. S. He accepted and The full value that a boy secures for eight years he helped the from his 0.0.0. experience depends no*
American people out of a great crisi-only upon what he acqui'reS from the After two terms he would not run. a- U.S. Arrjay, the U.S. Forestry Service, gain on account of bad health. Two the National Peirk Service, but upon years later he died in his own home. what advantage he takes of the work His outstanding events in his term, offered by the Department of Educof office was the Famous Jay Treaty,ation. All of these: four gover-' and the French Revolution. He died nm.ents agencies are coop erating for at the age of sixty seven.. the.attainment of CC.C. highest id- ------------------------eals.
Kier

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EXCHANGE COLU :IN A SAD STORY
B.A. Price Fncher
We hear that several members :of Woo- is -usJ woe is us' the wood
Co. 1944 in Californi me-twith a pile ie gone. We- once' had :n art-'
serious accident and that:onwas icLe in this paper about the' moUntkilled and ah Ist Seageant wa pretty ain of wood we had rll safely cut critticaly4injuried.. for protection against the anger oi
d 'I "old mn Winter"- and we appluded
" ourselves on being safe from cold
Also mort sad news from Co. 912 and discomfort, believing that"the also in California Two members wood would last out the winter..
were killed in anautohobile'accid- '"Now it is ho core, you might
ent and four -othei's were taken & be able to find a few sticks of the hospital for treatment. wood out there where oncx stood a
-- - : pile'tl:t uIas s u osed to last
through the winter. "There is some
In Co. 1747, Oregon, they were oak wood out thr' in tam thar
luck~T enough to. -win the Ristrict flag woods". What are we going to do ab as the best camp. in that paticular out it? I suppose that ile should dist ict. They ought to see ours,eh? go out there and cut some more, but
- .... -then it is so hard to do when it is
cold -and it is not use cutting wood Boy's, I bet we ought to ke'ep- when it's warm because we don't Swarm this winter, as, according to need fires then. Aw heck'. lets reports, $21,000,000 was spent for not cut any wood. Then iwe would that purpose, over-half a million on; freeze so -maybe we had better cut stoves alone. -some. I guess the Captain will
' make us pretty soon -anyway."
If we all thought the same as
LAWIN CIAIRS.... the above med-itatiOns we would
-never have any wood so lets do
1420 has.received a set of lawn something about the wood situations chairs and card tables which has been - -- ----- ----
assembled qnd' finished.by members of the cabinet makers class, of which STrtiNG BAND
Steve Johnston is president. The
furniture Will be burnt artistically Our "String Band" seems to have
with a blow torch and finished with come into there own..and..we now eat several coats of shellac and varnish, our Sunday dinner to its harmonious The reason for all this industrious- rythari. Many of the fellows get ness became evident when we found out pleasure listening to it eadh evethat a little competition between ning in-the Rocreation Hall.
camrps will be held on the final app- They are looking forwad-to :-.
earance of the finished prodUlets... Saturday, February' 23rd, when they
---------- ----- ----will broadcast over iW-R-U-F- radio
station, Guinsvi-lle, Fla. The mem"THaiiK YOU" bers of the band are as follows:
We, the personal and enrollees Gustavson & Lee-------- Violins of 1420 are very grateful to Mrs Silas & Parker-------- Guitars
Isabel Patterson of Eustis., Fla. Watts k-Register ------- Harps for the splended gift of 75 or 80 Pickran B-. jo
books, which are now in our library. Clay -------- Guitar

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SEEDLING PIE

"NEWS FLASHES"
The basketball team left Frid~avy Morning for Souring gla to play for the chance to go to Fort Screven Ga. for Corp area run-of games. ViWe hope their seasonal luck holds out.
The Forestry Department is in recept of two more antique dump truck bodies.
Mr Hedrick, of the Forestry Department organized a drill troop, in which a large group turned out to participate. After their first'drill, it seems to us that they will be very efficient.
Charles Reed, former first Sorgeafit of this Company, a beer truck driver was knocked unconsious and robbed of 300.00 He has fully recovered ,and. is back on the job.
The Company turned out last Satuday Cl to lift and carry the latrine to its fo new resting place. pf
. no

-W'r Joh4 Wod 5 Goes to CW

ay and grass plots 'are taken rm very rap idly in camp, and omise to soon to be-second to other camp area.

McDonald, army truck driver, has temporley been relieved by OCpes
while he attends the transportation school at Ft. Screven, Georgia

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HESS SERGEANT LEAVES

" ARCHEOLOGICAL IOTES"

J. Ms Page-has asked for and rec
eived a discharge s that he. mnay plar- .Chief elerk Potter, is the proud sue the paths of a civilian business 'owner of an"Indian flint arrowhead man.* so, small'that-he carries it in a
Page has beed 'ember of,oil4SO littleglass bottle. He found it sinde July 13, 1934. We hope that his quite by accident in a western career in civilian life will be one of state some time ago. Not with s'i ccess. Birch, well known for his standingit s extreme smallness. ( period of service ifh the kitchen will it boing thirty five hundred twenty take Pages place as Mess Sergoant of an inch in length).' it i smetric
-- - -- al and as perfected as some much
larger usuallyy are. It has side
RULES AND REGULATIONS AS APPLYING TO notches for lashin to -a shaft, THE KITCHEN AND ADOP TED BY THE I.IE1i- Anyone interested in points should BERS OF 0o. 1420 have Potter show thenn this tiny
marvel of shell and patience.
To whom it-may donc6rn:,(NOTICEBIROH)
we, the personal" of CCC Co.1420
Fla0 F-5, hereby proclaimed the follow- A 1U~SCAL' SUCCESS ing regulations :-in effect beginning, Feb. 1, 3E&to-wit. It appears that our cap music,. o. ians are pretty well known in those
, 1 Food-Shall be served and kept parts. Last week the Est I.I xion wartt all timesitring the.day. -b8Chobi was trying to find the rnec2. Breakfast shall be served in essary musical accomplishonts for bed if s desired,, to men on the af- their play. Somehow or other they ter-noon shift, thought that bour fellows would do.
3. A small truck shall be pur- Friday night, Feb. 8, was the
chased for the purpose of transport- night set for the prdduction. Our in, fruit and refreshments to crews boys were called on. Thursday Fob. on the job at various times ^of. the-' 6. In s8ich short notice they put day- -on several good numbers. And-were
4. There shall be two K.P's for hi l-c M.ented
each-table, equipped with wheelbarrowe The whoie affair was a grand suc5. A oenushall be presented to cass, and is the ,beginning of a
coach man as he! enters the dibing-hall' real career- 6~r our c bAp -gl&e club. H'is selections as relayed t' the
co;oks must be final and canno.4 be altered/
6. Tanks' for liquid'refreshlmentq Teaohe Stanley-I ed yu .
r- Stnly'I,'l .btecl.you a.
ere te be installed-at each table with. question. Are you asleep again? devices -for continous heat-or 6old, & Grindy: I shook my head yes a.d with spigots to eaeh place Teacherio" Well, did yo u expect me
74 Ear muf "are to be Tfurnished to hear it al .the way up here. ait breakfast so that work call cannot...- -De hears....

FAMOUS LAST WORDS, s going. to pay your pay day, w did I know I wouldn't, draw

ADVI CE 'ABOUT WQH1EV
If she looks -young;- she's* old; if
she looks old, she's young, if she looks back, follow her'
Hungry Mother

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"LITEATI"*
C.h. Noel

This week I ran across a beautiful poem with beau- WELCOME tiful sentiments. It was in the January-21st issue WELO
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of Co. 269 (Miiami Paper) "The Everglade". I hope ]r Fred Hawkins &
that it is worth as much to you as it was to me. *Mr Joe Franklin
For your approval I sub it: are te orally
"\hen Good Ti;aos Come Again" a e o h
" -attached to thee
By, George DeMott a h o
* company from
- Aplachaola-Forest.
A little girl in tattered clothes Aplacy ola Fresto
*They are-here to'
sat on her Daddy's kmee, e arge o
*take charge of the
She said, 1Oh, Daddy, tell me why we're -poor? construction in the
The other girls, who wear nice clothes lay-pit
All turn and look at me, --la-i --e
And I'm as good as they are,-I am sure.
"My little brother Johnny JOKES
Seoes a lot of other boys,'with games and things and it makes him feel sad. Hey, this bowls
And Johnny often wonders wes
Wet, heck, .thats
Why he hasn't any toys, t h. h
One little thing would make him feel so glad' soup.
* -- -

"I wonder why my Maia
Doesn't go out any more,
Is it because her clothes are old like mine? Although she smiles., I often see
A tear drop in her eye,
And Daddy, she is praying all the time ."
"Now when you had a Sob,
:We had a lot of company,"
Bu t -fo)I ks doln-nIn' come to ur% hoi- b

* The man who. killed Smy mother-in -law
* is eade.. .
* 'Wrhat did you kill
* him with?"
* fdness."
* Anon.

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Don't they know we're living here? A the church ser
What can be the matter? vices were drawing
They never stayed away like this .before," to a close, Mr.
* Anderson, seeing
Her Daddy said, "Well, such is life Jimmie Nehrling asleep,
The world goes on the same. said:
* "Now we will have the cloWe must keep smiling, dearie, come what may. s1n prayer Mr ehrling. And whether we are up or down sing prayer, Mr Jehrling,
We must all play life's game, .will you lead?". Jiie Until the sunshine drives the clouds away." waking up: Lead H---.
* just dealt the last

"Someday I'll buy some pretty clothes hand
Fo Mama dear, and you.
Our hearts will beat with happiness, and then We'll share our joys and blessings, dear
And life will dawn anew,
Yes, we'll thank God when good times come a ain."

-Am- ------ ---

SLady, I am hungry, would
--...... yoL,. be no krnd a, to give
*owme a you-et 4how dairc you,,




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"•QO. 1420 GETS 3REM" BilKMr. McCarty) is now permanent property sc to speak in his own word to us the other day, Mr McCarty or "Bill”, as he des ires that we cal him, Wcos in the recent, the educational ad\'isor o of two camps, 1420, and •1401. He Mas 30011 trying for some time to he assigned to one camp, soon ,he ready for occupV/e were the lucky objects, of his preancy. The clubhouse has been doference. The whole camp, we arc sure, signed by CEA, Mr. McCarty to is much indebted to us, Eis steady embody the utmost beauty and comwork has. brought about certain confort through out, and promises to ditions that are undeniably Lmprobe a pleasent resort after' the day\/(e:nents in the educational programs, work; ; M Billb we welcome you into our --company perm.anontly v/ith sincere hope that by this move you will be able to POG HORH bring about the changes that you have been hoping for, and also wehope We now have what is well kno*wn athat you will like your new position, i as the^ fog hornV7hich calls, us I ‘ from the land of pleasent dreams to the land of realityand the "BOOK IsiORlvib" start to a good day’s work, it promises to be quite a change. to his A library has received a stack of v;oll known whistle. new books which I feel sure will be -very intersting the the readers. WdRK OH CLUB HOUSE GOES / "OVER TOP". r Y^ork ‘on the new duccational building club house", gets under way, with a bang. We hppeand expect many volunteers from each shift to take part in its construction, If the work goes -forward as we hope the betiding will \ e •/i'* /y j I I / ? i / Vi L'l ^ ] \ Libraian

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page 2. SEEpLIHG PlilE' EPITQEIAL STAEF, EPITOH iU 0HIEE. G.R. Capes ASSOCIATE EDITOR. C.E. ,N&el .. --v. SPORTS EDITOR •, lioyte Smith art editor VJ.V. Panchex CHIEFreporter” Harry Gustavs on REP ORTERS A.R, Taylor L*V. Harris seedling P IN] JOKES BY T.A. Register Your new editox wishes to announce the proposed expansion jef the S e e di ing p ineJ^'into" a p int ed sheet with all the facilities and advantages-of a regular^VITe'd-' hly newspaper. However this can not he accomplished with out the individual assistance of every man in c amp ; Vife want you to feel a real interest in the development of our j-O'Uxnal, •'V?ith your' aS sis tance we can print a paper with several times the c irulation we have now. You’ wan-t to know hovj you can assists in putting the paper oyer. Horn is how-^ you can assist hy reporting every incident that happens in or around camp that is Of news value ; any jokes that are really go-od^ in fact any thing that is print-., ahle. A-hox is to made for the putting of news articles in and placed in a convenient place. The Editor. IN limORlMl George Washington .was horn in BridgosCreek' in 1732, He led a simple life, although his parents vjere not poor. He learned a pro-' fession of a Surveyor and Planter, V/hen the American Revolutiqn broke out, he was called to tlie army as Commander in -Chief, After PROGRESS IN ADULT •EDUCATION -The New Dear's pro^ vision for Ele*..entary Adult Educatie.; has heen extended soas to •offer'opportunity to the... young men enrolled in the C.C.C. Camp-s, I/Iany members ofCo. 1420 have, availed themselves of the privilege •'•of stiidying end learning from the grouiig up. Some who,, a few w e G ks ago w e r e em'b'arrassed by havin[. to make their mark, (X) are now proudly, sighing their names. Others have learncc,: to write their own letters, home. The cla^.ses meet r e'g'iilar ly on Monday 'Wednesday and FridL,; from 7OD to P .M. Any subjects below the ninth grade are 'i's a class in comi..c-.i having retired "and went back to his hOiTiG on the Potomac, once again he individually and -in was called, this time, to be Presbest meet the needs U* S, He accepted’^ and ident of the for eight years Aunerican people After two terms gain on account years later he available. There and decimal fractions; another', in reading, especially conducted for our new Spanish-speaking boys who wish to improve thoir English, All members of the camp who wish to review.., or further "advance their education are cordially invited to ?,ttend, instruction is given both groupsas v; ill of the students. The full value that a boy secures he helped the from his C.C.C. experience depends no out of a great crisi-only upon what he acquires from the he would not run. aU.S, Arr^iy, the U.S. Forestry Service, of bad health. Two the N' tional parkService, 'but upon died in his own home, what advantage he takes of the work His outstanding' events in his term, offered by the Department of Educ^ of office was the Famous Jay Treaty, at ion. All of these' four govorand the French Revolution, Ho died imnents agencies are cooperating for at the age of sixty seven,. the attainment of C.C.C. highest id_ — -eals. Mier

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Pu£;e 3 se’:dli1'TG p the EXCHANGE GOLIIIE B./i. price We hear that several rriemhers hf Co. 1944 in California;' me fc-with a serious' acpident and that^on^was killed and a 1st Sea-Tgeant was pretty cr itticaly"' injuried. ^ ^ Also more, sad news from Co. 912 also in California,^Two members I were killed in an-, autoihobile^ '.'accident and four” others .were taken & •• the hospital for treatment. • In Co. 1747, Oregon, they were luclqi enough to. win the Bistrict flag as the best camp, in that paticulah district. They ought to' see ours,eh? Boy’s, I bet we ought to' "keep warm this winter, as, according to reports, §21,000,000 was spent for that purpose, over -half: a million oh • stoves alone, LAV/E chairs l420 has .received a set of lawn chairs and card tables which has been assembled g,nd' finished by members of the cabinet makers class, of which Steve Johnston is president. The furniture will be burnt artistically with a blow torch and finished with se^'eral coats of shellac and varnish. The reason for all this industriousness became evident when we found out that a little competition between camps will be held on the final appearance of the finished prodnets.^.. "THi^iJK YOU" A SAD STORY Pi.nciier VJoeis'"us J woe is usJ the wood pile is gone,' We* once had an article in this paper about the' mountain of wood wo had all safely cut for protection against the anger oi ’’old' man Winter”’ and wo a.p;^ lauded ourselves on being safe from cold and discomfort, believing that' the wood would last out the winter, ’UIow it is ho more, yon' might be able to find a fev/ sticks of wood., out there where oncx stood a pile* that vjas supposed 'to last through the winter, "There is some oak v;ood out thchr in tham thar woods". Jhat are we going to do ab out it? I suppose that we should go out there and cut some more, but -then it is so hard to do when it is cold and it is not use cutt^ing wood when it's warm because we dbii't need fires then. Aw heck', lets not cut any wood.. Then vj.g would freeze s6' m'aybe. we had better cut some, I g'uess the Captain will make us pretty soon 'anyway,” If we all thought the same as the above meditations we would never have any wood so lets do something about the wood situations STRniG BAIIB Our "String Band" seems to have come into there own-.-and.'W.e not; eat our S'unday dinner to its harmonious rytham. Many of the fellows get pleasure listening* to I't' each evening in the Recreation Hall, 'They are looking forward to .. Saturday, February 23rd, when they will broadcast over _VJ-R-IJ-Fradio station, Gainsville Fia. The members of the band are as follows: We, the personal and enrpllees Gustavo on & Lee Violins of 1420 are very grateful to Mrs Silas & Parker Guitars Isabel Patterson of E'ustis., Fla, ‘ Watts & Register Harps for the splended gift of 75 or 80 p ickran Buiijo books, which are now in our library. Clay Guitar

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pr.f;C 4: SESDLIIIG PIKE "KEVJS FLASHES” The uashefball tea^n left Friday, ivlorning for Sobriag Fla to play for the chanoe to go to Fort Screven Ga, for Corp area run-of gaaes. V/o hope their seasonal luch holds out* The Forestry Eeioar tment is in recept of two more antique dump truck bodies* Mr Hedrick, of the Forestry Department organized a drill troop, in which a large group turned out to participate* After their first' drill, it seems to' us that they will be very effiegient. Charles Reed, former first Sergeant of this Company, a beer truck driver, was knocked uncons ious and robbed of ^300.00 He has fully recovered and is back on the job. The Company turned out last Saturday Clay and grass plots 'are' taken to lift aiid carry' the latrine to its form very rapidly in camp, and new resting place, phoraise to soon to be second to no other camp area. McDonald, army truck driver, has temporley been relieved bjTCppes while he attends the transportation school at Ft, Screven, Georgia CT 1 1k.. j niiVpT^{TN,

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page 5 SEEDLIIIG PINE HESS SERGEANT LEAVES ARCHEOLOGICAL NOTES" J. M* Page' has asked for and roc-, eived a discharge s5 that he. may pursue the paths ‘of a civilian business man. '• ‘ page has beena' member of. Go ‘.14^0 since July 13, 1934; We hope' that his earner in civilian life will be oho success. Birch,' well known for i:is period of service ih the kitchen will take pages place as Mess Sergeants RULES AND REGULATIONS AS THE KITCHEN BER3 OE Go. AND ADOPTED BY 1420 ioPP LYING TO THE IIEMTo whom it' may eencOrn: {NOTICE BIRCH*) we, the persenel'of CCC C0.14EO ElaA E-5,.^ hereby proclaim the following regulations -in effect beginning, Feb. 1, 3&tO' wit. -Chief clerk Potter, is the .proud owner of an Indian flint arrowhead so, small that 'he carries it in a littleglass bottle. He found it q^uite by accident in a western of state some time ago Not with standing • its ‘extreme smallness. ( it being thirty five hundred twenty of an inch in length), it is smetric "al and as perfected as some much larger ’usually are. It has side notches for lashing to ''a shaft, A.nyone interested in points should have Pottershow _’them this tiny marvel Ofshell and pafience. 1 warm at 2 A irusi CAL SUCCESS • f • It appears that our camp, .music.ians are pretty Vi/ell Imown in those parts.’ Last week' the East Marion 'School was trying to find the" necessary' musical accornplishmonts for their play. Somehow, or other they thought that "bur felTows would do. Friday night, Feb. 8, was the night set ’for the production. Our boys -were called on^ Thursday Feb. 6 In sUc h s ho r t n o t i c e t ho y put on several good numbers,' And' wore highly-' campl Imente d, The whbie affair’ was a’ grand suc, ^ — -cess, and is the. .beginning cf a each man as he enters the di'ning-hall real career'for our’ canlp 'gl^e club. His selections as relayed to’ the cooks must be final and cannot be .. ^ altered/ • • -: 6, Tanks for liquid ‘refTeshjnents are to be installed -at each ‘table with devices for continous heat‘o'r cold, & and with spigots to ^ eaeh place.. V. Ear muffs-are to be furnished it breakfast so that v/ork call cannot. 'ijG hears,,,. Foodshall be served and kept all times during the. day. ’ Breakfast •• shall be served in bed if so db sired, to men on the after-noon shift, m :: i 3, A^small truck shall be purchased for the purpo'se of transportin fruit and refreshments to crews on the job at various times of thb day, 4. There shall be two K.P’s for each -table, equipped with w'heelbarrow-s 5, A menu shall be presented to Teacher: 'Stanley;' I^'hoked ypu a question^' Are you asleep again? Grindy; I shook my head yes Tbac.her: -V/oll,^ did you expect m.e to hear i-t all”'the way up here. FAI.I0US LAST l/ORDSI was goingto pay your pay day, but how did I know l wouldn’t, draw anything. • ADVT CE -ABOUTV/QME-N If she looks -young she looks old, she’s young follow her Hungry Mother looks back, she’'s old; if if she

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O— i — Jijj: ’’LITEiLIkTI'’ C K U c e 1 Tiiis veek i ran across a iDeautiful poem with "beautiful sentiments. It was in the January Elst issue of Co. 269 (Miami Paper) ”Th^e Everglade”. I hope that it is worth as much to you as it was to me% For your approval i submit: ”VJhen Guod Th^cs Come Again" • By, George DeMott. A little girl in tattered clothes sat on her Daddy’s knee, She said^ "Oh, Daddy, tell me why we're poor? The other girls who ivear nice clothes All turn and look at me, And I ’iu as gbod as they aro,-! am sure, "My little brother johnny Sees a lot of other boys ,• \7ith games and things and it makes him feel sad. And Johnny' often wonders Why he hasn’t any toys, One little thing would make him feel so gladV "I wonder why ny Mama Doesn’t go out any more, IS it because her clothes are old like mine? Although she smiles., I often see A tear drop in her eye, And Daddy, she is praying all the time," "How when you had' a Job, We had a lot of company, But folks don’t come to our house anyrnbre. Don’t they know we’re living here? V/hat can be the matter? They never stayed away like this before*" •• V/ELCOME Mr Fred Hawkins & Mr Joe Franklin are temporally attached to thos company from Aplachaola Forest, They are here to take charge of the construction in the clay -pit* JOKES Hey, this bowls wetj Wet, 'heck, thats soup, The man who. killed my motherin -law is d.ead,^ "What did you kill him^ with?" "Kindness," Anon, Her Daddy skid, "Well, such is life The world goes on the same, Vic must keep smiling, dearie, come what And whether we are up or down We must all play Life’s game, Until the sunshine drives the clouds away may. "Someday I’ll buy some pretty clothes For Mama dear, and you, ] Our hearts will beat Vi/ith happiness, and then We’ll share our Joys and blessings, dear [ And life will dawn anew, YGS, vje’ll thank God when good times come again As tho church services were .drawing • to a closo Mr. Anderson, seeing Jimmie He hr lingasleep, said: "How we will have the closing prayer, Mr Hehrling, will you lead?". Jimmie waking up: "Lead H I Just dealt the last hand, -AneHr 7 Lady, I am hungry, would you be sio kind as to give me a bite to -oac ^ Sow dare you,,'