Citation
Seedling pine

Material Information

Title:
Seedling pine
Creator:
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1420
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Florida
Publisher:
CCC Company 1420
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Edition:
v.2, no.3, Extra Edition, 1935
Physical Description:
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Physical Location:
Box 2
Box: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder: C.C.C. #1420 and #1421

Subjects

Genre:
serial ( sobekcm )
periodical ( marcgt )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began 1934.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
UF Special Collections
Rights Management:
The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. This item may be protected by copyright but is made available here under a claim of fair use (17 U.S.C. §107) for non-profit research and educational purposes. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services (UFDC@uflib.ufl.edu) with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
034612556 ( ALEPH )
961473295 ( OCLC )

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:


Full Text
E-JA

3iLI

ENTIRE'-+ COMPiANY TO FAIJ IICIPAILE IN AGI AM
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIA,.E BATERS AID FNTERTAIiEiS TO VISIT CEO
IR. DHEFFER TO SHOU SLIDES 01 LIFE OF WiASHINIGTOi.

V A GALA0 CCA8IONJ A MAJOR EVENTT TONIGHT, THURSDAY, an extra crew will be detailed to hald the roof-on the "Reo Hall" as the biggest entertainment in the history of.1480 starts with a bang, a boop, and a couple of songs in our heart There.'ll be music and pictures, debating skite,.singing aand things which even we don't know about ourselves when the entire company-gathere to celebrate the birthday of our first President, A GROUP of Varsity Debaters, and high class, big time entertainhezrs from the University of Floridawill descend upon us tonight to tak part in the festivities. This is th first damp'in the State, wVe are told,
TILIE PERFORM ANCE BY

To. the General Extension Division of the University, goes the credit and our thanks for this part of the program.
r The Comipany String Band will pluck out melodious tunes.
MR. 5HEFER w ill be here with
a group ofslides showing important events in the life of Washington. A brief explanation will accompany ca slide shown, Our "Sky-Pilot's" letter, received today, indicates he it babbling over with patriotic and inspiring .ortory.
The Company will do the singin,. That's what the"foof-holding crew" .is for.. And if the Company sings with as much gusto as it usually doe
the crew will have a touth time with the roof.

8:00 p.m. .@10
-8:20
8:30 9:00
.9:15

10:00 l1:30

Mail Call Sgt. Abshire
Song, "America". Entire Company.
Music, "Selected". String Band, Co. 1420.
Picture Show and Ta.lk. Mr. Sheffer. Entertainment. U. of F. Entertainers.
Debate: "Resolved: That-the nations should agree to prevent the international shipment of arms a-nd munitions." U. of F. Debate Team. Unrivorsity entertainment, U. of F. Entertninert. Informal Discussion with guests.

1ILASTER OF CEREONIES MR. McCARTY.

VOL II C0 r14 .0 (L OC Li,0




*S8 E E'DL I N G P I E***
ST TIOI 340CY COLES TO FRQT' WABRINGTO'S BIRTHIDAY
Haloolm Wade and his Radio S- ,o*W Goorge Washingto iwas an hontation 4CY came into prominence et boytoday hen an ep.er.iment in broad- They' Say 1ie never told-. lioe casting rroved'successful. Th.e s- But I bet when he cut down'the.tation i.s nr'< th high- spot of ir- .- cerry it,
trs.: ir the Edctional program He left a 7turmp over & inches e high.
of -thrs'-Compny.
Che C2ap radio in the "Rec" I1 he worked- for- the .Forestry SerHall tuned in-on Station -40Y and vice
found the reception to be e:cellcnt, And had Peacock for a Boss, The program featured the "Lake Kerr And heard -him -yell, "Work Call' Gophers", our camp String Band. Boys.'"
"Possum" X~andress stopped in- His soul would probably be lost. to the "lime-li-ht" by taking 1st honors with his "Hill Billy" croon- pow. if he was. working in the COOs, ing,. His-~.songs were very popular- And had to ride with Ayer, so much that he had- several requestasl'd get out and walk, Boglorry, come in while he was singingnd swim the.Delaware,
Har-y 'vztarson proved himself
to beo mtW'r To Husing when it I "Country Anderson"
comes 32ancir.g. He owas especially 7 1jYt t te in promotingthe
s .le -, 2 uneing Tobacco and Ei ru et.BASET ALLGakE SHEDULED
. S ickren.proved to the
1udis: that h,3 coul-1d. reblly:pick A lthouEh Co. 1420 lost to Sean ea2f).1 on a banjo as well as bring 21-18 after defeating Miami
sin ,w qualities ouch as only men 87-3 in bih% tournament at Sebring. like Al JoAl b posss w still think iwe have the best CCC
hcn .~ar ou- not least in the tc.in ti tat.
- c .. .,Uu r~h i St at e .
way o : i ~ing an ri. : ;e h-dpar.- Theie team hias lost only one ker a gitr. 3ar1r h ,Snne out of twelve this season nd
bcen ia oite wvitn The coybs in itit 1t ne waa- lost b only three Cap.
Bill Greonloaf tLhen had the. 1 T1.ep. Team goes to Palatka t4ofinal ord and signed off with :the eight to p lay the :Palatka Athletic wise but nutty words of the Russiant Club in what promises to be a good maniac, Ivan Awfulitch. This is the thirteenth gare
And we believe- thet "l'-As.a lucky CO. 1420 RECEIVES RTIN1G. nuber,. o we are expecting to add another victory to our present s-The members of Co. 1420 should trying. be pleased to learn that Headquarters has'us listed as having the fourth best Educational Pro-ra 1' i the State of Florida. May n erl I ANYONE DESIRING TO ENROLL IN A
date see us holding fir t nco 1IRST- CLASS BUSINESS COURSE SEE SJOHT 11Y UOODS I1M,1EDIATELYJ.

This business of thinkingr "UP
humorous(?) wise-cracks to fill in ithe last few lines in the paper has' Rejoice and flood your hearts got us down at last...Heih-hoI.' J with joy and gladness!.' We have aWell, this space is filled.l nother ton of beans just received!




Full Text

PAGE 1

J 4 '^-.O 1 iC (D C A\ 0, /c. ji'lL/''. i.o.:' VyA§0-lil‘y'Tn'fI(DW"S) ENTIRE COMI--TMY TO E'/SI,TIC'I IBijneu [.M!i)A\r F iFi F'kOG U A rr UlirVERSITY OF FLORII}A^^)EliATERb AiID El^TERTAIiJSRS TO VISIT LIR. SHEFFER TO SHOV; SLIDES OIJ LIFE OF V/ASHIlIGTOlU A, GALA OCCASION.’ A lAAJOR EVENT.' TONIGHT, THURSDAY, an extra crew will He detailed, to' hald^the roof on -the "Rec Hall" as the "biggest entertainment in the history of 1420 starts with a bang, a boop, and a couple of songs in our heart Therein "be music and pictures, debating,:! skits ,. singing and things which even we don't know about ourselves when the entire company gathers to celebrate the birthday of our first President. A -GROUP of Varsity Debaters,' and high class, big time entertainers from the University of Floridawill jiescend upon us tonight to tak^ part in the festivities,' This is th first camp' in the State, V;e are told,to be so honored. To. the General Extension Division of the University, goes the credit and our thanlis for this part of the program, -‘The Company String Band will pluck out melo(iious tunes, MR. SHEFFER will be hero with a group of "'Slides showing important events in the life of V/ashington. A brief explanation will accompany cae slide shown. Our "Sky-Pilot's" letter, received today, indicates he i; bub"bling oyer with patriotic and inspiring oratory. The Company will do the singing the"foof-holding crew" -p That’s what is for. And if the Company sings nvith as much gusto as it usually doc the crew will have a tough time with the roof. TIME PERFOmiANCE BY 8:00 p.m,. Mail Call i 6:10 Song, "Anerica’-'. ; 8:20 Music, "Selected", ; '8:30 picture Show and Talk. 1 9:00 Entertainment. 1 .9:16 Debate: "Resolved: That the nations should agree to prevent the international ship10:00 ment of arms and munitions." University entertainment. 10:30 Informal Discussion with guests. Sgt, Abshire Entire Company. String Band, Co,142C Sheffer. U. of F. Entertainers, U. of F, Debate Team. U, of F. Entertainer i :;IASTER OF CEREliONIES MR. McCARTY.

PAGE 2

E E'D L I II G P I II E’^** WASHIilGTOirc BIP.THPAY Eow Goorge V/ashington was an honest Boy. • They Say he never told-^a lie. But I bet when he cut down' the‘ cherry tree Ee left a £tuup oyer 6 inches high. STATIOIT ;v4GY GQEES TO EEQIIT : I.lalcoLn V/ade and his Radio Station ',74CY cane intoprominence today exp.erxment in broadcasting T'roved'“succ ess fill. The staticn is nov; the higli-spot ox .inter in the Educational program of -this'-. Company. Tne Ooiap r-^dio in the"Rec" worked for the Forestry SerHal-1 xuned in on Station W4CY and vice found the reception to be evcellGnt. had Peacock for a Boss, The program featured the ”x>ake Kerr heard him yell, ’’Work CallJ Gophers" our camp String Band. BcysV Possunf* ‘Landress stepped inj soul would probably be lost. "Ixmolight" by taking 1st I in the CCCs Aye r r eq[uesta^g I ^ gg-^ and walk, Boglorry, swim the Delaware. to the honors v;ith his "Hill Billy" croon-| he was. working in ing.-Eis songs very popularhad to ride with Ay .c! n t. nnr. Wq Vir. c> oi.-n v.' T v. +Vv__ SO much that he :ioa' t; come in while he was singing, Harry ^lustayson proved himself to bo oi-cih^r Tod Hus ing when it j coiiies to ai.UiGuac ing 0 He was espec-* i a 2 ly in t, c .r e p t e d Jr n r o m o t i^^ _p O "Country Anderson" oilC ...Ita" Imeking Tobacco and Beer. 1 \ sa}.e o ij. X U.6 enn y Pic kr en. ^proved to the audie.'iOG that ho cou.ld really pick an earfi)l on a banjo as well as sing ^-’ith .pup lit i os such -as only men 1. ijxe -il Jo p ^ ij s os s Then lasx bui not least in the • basket ball G£A^sckelul el Although Coy 1420 lost to Sebring 21-10 aftor= defeating Miaroi .27-Jd i-j .1 -ohe 'cournarnent at Sebring W3 still think we have the best CCC way 0 .': sin gang :‘c v;o .had, Parker and his guitcr. parkor has Ion; been a la/uriT.a witn ihe coys in Camn. The 'beam jias lost only one OU' O -rr o<\i C e this and had t he -’gam e I that game waslost by only three j p 0 111 tb ‘ i .'The T.oam gjOos tp Palatka toith the • I high t bo play the Palatka Athletic Russ laTtij Qhu_-b in what pror.iiaes to be a good i gome.. This is the thirteenth game land we beli eyethat "10" h.s. a lucky CO. 1420 RECEIVES 'R^xTII IG In umber,, so we are ej