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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.3, no.1 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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Rogers announces tha S~e ~y c pit by 1e Is belAg lost as prodeinga at full 'ked until the new on(
who is in charge at crew are to be, comthis job with their prompthess..:

is expecting to receive .from the Apalachicola Forthe scraper will be of one ibic yards capacity aid lt the clay pit. This will ber of scrapers in use to

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d ene.d twelve foot road is now e and a half' from camp, and it~is well graded and firmly banked on the curves, and the VnS" leveled out by ct.s and
ge says the next two miles o be finished i record time. ad crew has received considse by visitors who hayed pa.ss-~

MERRYMAKERS
TO GO TQ JAX
S The Camp Band, after Winni~g the atour radio audition at the Ritz Theatre in Ocala and subseguently broadcasting over WTUF in Gainesville, wTill travel to Jacksonville next Wednesday t.fternoon for an audition over WBR. It is exp cted that the audition will be soon follow by' a
broadcast from the Carling -Hotel Station.
The Band has been enthusilstically
received in each of the many places during he past month, They are our Ambassadors of good will-to. nearby commuities.
NEW ED)UCATIONAL A5S I5TANT
Lt. Miller has received word from
the State Educational AdViser in Gainesville that his request for a student assistant to Mr. McCarty had been favorably considered.
The new man,a Uiversity of Florida student, will arrive July 1st, and remain in camp until September,
Mr. McCarty says we can use his new man in any way we wish, meaning his knowledge and experence are at the disposal of each man in camp. He suggests we use him toor advtag o,
ifty-seve (57) nw enrolled arrive in Ocala early in the morning of June 19th, Wednesday from Orlando. This eow trainload of brush-hook fodder for the
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Published. Bi-Weekly-.by. the Jo urnawp, 1s' plass of .o. 420,o CCC, Ocala,
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DAN CE
The success. of the dance !riday nite,
June 7th, indicates that social entertainments of this nature will become monthly events in.camp..
Lieut. Miller wishes to. cotneed the members of the company on their excellent conduct and enthusiasm which:contributed much to the enjoyment -of our g~ests.
Young ladies frovtGaLneavilleOcala, Leesburg, Ocklawaha and other points nearby have been heard to a well Pe here next time".
Already plans are' being laid for nezt month's dance,

Company Minstral wi fof performance.
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STalking pictur sungsted. We woul men think of this i

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oib", 4alakes 'u~do& we regret., Don't be .c A ses:riots; iynchand encourages diswd e and think for rding t ...our own judfers direction' the 11 soon be shaping up
es in camp have .been d like .,td-hear *hbat you
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Woods aid qtin are goin pliace.so with their' Phot pirgements are
t Woods &ments are
their late "h64 si anin t
S "Fresh-meat" arrives meday. Lets
start the rookies .off oi their right foot.
Edit is are peace loving, They throw a lotof stuff in the waste basket: that ,ould cause l601 art,
Speaking. of exrt head work you
ought to;w.tchT aigr,'.nan L varying a
fifty pound baskett 6t gaths- qn her 'head.
Abseince makes the heart grow fonder., That's why we are so fond of money.
Some people isay that M~e West hasn't. any better form than thousands of otier girls. Granted. Iut Mae knows how to drape the one she hags.,




Whero re all those follows that are interested in Radio? Quit a nimbr say to met 0they Aweld like to learn Radio, and ask about tohours that class is heg id, but when class is announced those that seem to be intereted don't show up. If anyone is int*roieed in learning he ought tobe willing tpit forth the effort, of trying to obtain knowledge, by showing up at classes. Down at the Radio shack almost every nite and and sometimes in the daytime information can be gained on the interesting subject Radio.' Regular classes aro hold on Mondays, ednesdays and 1Prid6;s.

The student has to put forth an effort, as he can't learn without trying, on his part.
E~dio contacts have been rather uncertain lately, on account of rearranging some of the apparatus. But things will be running smoothly -rain very soon.
Two negroes, Sam nd Moe, were workin the cornfield. Neither negro could tell line but Moe had an antique heirloom which passed for a watch. Sam wearily asked Moe the time of day. He pulled it out-of his pocket and revealed the fcic to the wondering gaze of Sam, saying. 1Tn're it int.

SLindsey is still in qvartors, as the result of an accident on the road that we are cloying. We sure will be glad to see him return to duty.
7e wonder who the certain girl is that called and chased "Spec" Watts all over the dance hall FTiday night. Who is she Spec?
Neal became a brother-in-law a few
weok ago and it has got him dow, because heisn t ued to being a brother-in-law. It, has got hi do but will he stay doTm.
Aleox Steveons and FTrank Langford, Students of the Vniversity of Georgia, have entered this camp to serve three months so that they can learn all about forestry world. We welcomee then to our camp. We bet that all the girls in Ocala chase them. Collect COC boys are Scarce.
George Coeby was soon .tt the dance
standing in a dark secluced. corner with a certain blonde. Who is she George?
"Sleepy" Wilson was discharged from this company a few 4ays ago. We hatod to see him go, but we wish hin luck.

Sam Collins sure was shdking a wicked foot with a good looking 'irl at the dance last 'Triday night, ald n o wonder who she we Tell us San.
A br~n& new Army truck arrived in car,
last Sunday and it is a keen up-to-date -trV.c1:.
Haney came around to give it the once over and& he told the boys not to eat. it up. Don't be afraid Hqney re wont eat it.
Pats Warnrt "I lifted 300 pounds one timo' Mur~ray: 'Tbat aint nothing, one time me and two ,other niners lifted a Model "T" Ford

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The ball team of the Ocala Transient
Camnp has defeated the team of Company 1420 for the second time on our. home diamond. The contest was close throughout the game, 56he score being 2-1 until the 14th inning. The Transients: scored again i the 5th, makirig the score 3-0. Another run was scored izi the 6th, amounting to a total of 4-i.0, Company 1 420 rallied in the seventh bringing across 3 runs, but was unsuccessfM1 in tying the score. The count remain ed the same the rest of the game, neither side getting any farther than second baseo,
Some of the regular players were on
the side lines watching, not even prepared to play ball. Fellows, we cant have a winning team unless more Co-operation is given. hat do ou say, follows?

B OXING
Since the big Championship bodt, .Seyeral of the Camp boys have been sparring down at the boxing arena an if they were contemplating challenging the new World' s Champ. Some have shown good stuff, or at least that they can take it on the "map".
Why not make it interesting and havean elimination tournament and find out who is the best fighter in the different weight divisions. There is material for'fighting from light bantams to heavyweights. I weould suggest that it be left up to the camp Champion as 'to challenging the new"world" king of Malrs.

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The Baseball teom seems to have gone into a considerable losing slump. Lack of spirit aid co-operation is the biggest problem. Some rdmarks have been made upon the return of the ball team ~.fter losing a gome such as, "If I could' t beat that I would stay at home". How do you expect to have a winning team when we can' t get some "Stars" interested in the game other than ridiculing.
Every mn who will come out for practice gets a chance to show his stuff. Next week lots have every an that can catch, throw or who knows anything at all about baseball, on the field for practice.
Perhaps a few are afraid some one will critisize' their playing. There is one thing certain, you cans'tmnake a successful ball player until you learn not to give a denn what the f-us think of your playing. Boys lets turn out for Base Ball with a little more spirit',.
Revile says that the old gag laugh,
and the world laughs with you is wrong. When he laughsM, the world laughs at him,
Alex Stevens: "Whiy dd they call that the Orosby cocktaill?
Bartender: "One drink and Bing1.
The two college boys that are in 'canpp studying foresty can tell -the temper of a pfne log by the use of a double bit axe.
They can also t6ll how fiar the bottom end of a treo reaches inot the ground by getting on. the grubbing crew.




George 7, .Cosby, he
Fell in love with Evolyn B.
.But Evlyn B.
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Couldn't love George of the CCC.
And George T.
Couldn't see "
why Evelzyn.didn't love passionat(V.
And Evelyn, she
Couldn' t se6
How she could love George and that .Sailor So'. ,Le
So'~qeorge !I, :. :-

Cosby, he
Called for.'the boys of the CCC. .
, And'Sailor 4ee
lSudd.4nly
Sent an SOS f6r the lads of 'the sea.
The C.C.C.
S Fought valiantly1,
Brush-h ooked their way to vitory,
But George T.
Sorrowfully,
Found Zvelyn gone with Sailor Lee.
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Mhe: iwil are you worth?" Hee Vining: "Oh, in the neighborho6ab6f. a half million.'... ,
She: "Wv.y that s.a favorite neighborhood ,
"Pry your.BoDbtsa' wit'a smile advised the Rookie. Vet,:"I would like to, but they insist on cnsh"
Drillmanstor: "Hey Reville,stand at attention Reville: "I am standing it Sir, its my prhts that ard at ease.
Lieut: "I am surprised at you; Do you kno1 i That the C. O. does uith liars?" Rooke: Ye he m~kes Cooks and Supply Sergents out of th'pm.
The laziest mtn in the world stands in a revolving doo and lets .ou push hin out on the sidewalk. .. '

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Little Boy: "Pap. was you a rated anwhen you were r member of the CCC Par.pa Carnes: "Oh yes son, I wTs a lendert Little Boy: "HRvw long was you a leader Papa?" Papa Carnes:"Well son its been twelve years since I was member of the CCC, and I have forgotten the exact length of time that I
served a.s a leader 5or dear -ld Cocey 1420"
Poeblos: "Say Watson, you told ne that you
never .got tired".
Tptson: "I don't. I rest before I get tired.
Afred Dear: (Dedicated to Streb).
By W. H. Anderson
Now Alfred, doer, is a blond haired lad Who works in fourteen-twenty; His girl told him, !'Now Alfred, dear' Yo6r nerves are scattered plenty".
So she caught Alfred by the -.rn And led- him down the street. She told him that Dr. Miles nervine
Wasa medicine hard to boat.

Ho owes it all to Ncrvine When she whispers in his exr, "Alfred, you are my hero. I love yrou, Alfred, dear
The big thing in the air now, after
the bu tleN ,urst, is the feelings of about a dozen disrated non. Too much tenmtation to resist the'6ditor, their story follows: Tayne Willinams: "If I can't got forty-five, .thirty is good enough anywiay".(They don't know a good nad when they see one.) Bill Greenleat: "This cadro business tint what its crocked up to be". Royce Xnight: "Z-gAt'thd rt's of forty-five per, how much is that in six hours?" A. *ent: "I wonder if thby c6ald use an extra man at the clay pit". NI. Osborne: "y tank I go hope-now". Carrol: "I was writing poetry when it all happened"..
Tocher: ke hnny, name one of the seven won'dazs of ~the world". Johndy': Fhthrb hew Cdcillnc Sedan".

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€'(0. t^zo (La:C (i)(i:A\riA\ [FiA\o' NEW CLAY PIT TO OPEN With the over-hurden "being removed at a rapid rate, IJir. Rogers annoTinces thal he expects to open the new clay pit hy next Wednesday. No time is "being lost as the old pit is still producing at full speed, and will he worked until the new om is opened. Mr, Wellhorner, who is in charge at the new pit, and his crew are to he, commended for handling this joh with their usual efficiency and promptness. NEW EQUIPMENT Mr. Rogers is expecting to receive a new scraper from the Apalachicola Forest Monday. The scraper will he of one and a third cubic yards capacity, and will he used at the clay pit. This will bring the number of scrapers in use to three. ROAD PROGREvS^ The 'Widened twelve foot road is now about a mile and a half from camp, and what a road it is; well graded and firmly sub-graded, banked on the curves, and the "ups-and-do\ms“ leveled out by cuts and fills. Mr, Rogers says the next two miles me going to be finished in record time. The road crew has received considerable praise by visitors who haved passed on the road while work was in progress This diligence has not gone unnoticed by, the Forestry Service and Officers. Tfe’re proud of you. Road Growl // MERRY MAKER 5 TO GO TO JAX The Camp Band, after winning the amateur ra.dio audition at the Ritz Theatre in Ocala and subseguently broadcasting over WRUF in Gainesville, will travel to Jacksonville next Wednesday a.fternoon for on audition over WMBR. It is expocted that_ the audition will be soon followed by a broadcast from the Carling Hotel Station. The Band has been enthusiastically reccivod in each of the many pla.ee s during the past month. They are our Amba,ssadors of good wi ll* -tonemby communit ios NEW ED UCATIONAL A^ IGTANT Lt Miller has received word from the State Educational Adviser in Go.incsville that his request for a student assistant to Mr. McCarty had been favorably considorod. The now man, a University of Florida student, will arrive July 1st, and remain in camp until September, Mr. McCarty says we can use his new man in any way we wish, moaning his knowledge and experence are al the disposal of each man in camp. He suggests wo use him to pur advantage . NLW MEN Fifty-seven ( 57 ) ^cw enrollees will arrive in Ocala early in the morning of Joinc ISth, Wednesday from Orlando. This new trainload of brush-hook fodder for the Ocala National Forest will fl:^; up the base ball diamond, fill up the wood pile, and do big things around old Company -lUsO. Think nothi ng of it. now boy s^.

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PAGE 2 EDITOElil, ; STAFT EDITOR G.R. CAPES -AS SOCIA TES VJ.W. OREENLEAP C rH- '.USED • •' W.H. AICT)ER SON CARTOOlrtST EANC^ SPORTS ’ HQYT' SMITH -• JOKES ----liTARRER ; SOCIETY W. HUGHES TYPIST V~ C.lr. DYAL ^ R EPOI^TER S \ ; H. GUSTiESON : ’ M. L. WADE ADVISE R Mr. Wm McCARTY OFFICERS Jj\> W C*0* J>t. W.S. HORKE Lt.' M.F. MARTIH .-Jr. PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT m 5 Mr. C.H. ROGE RS Published Bi-Weeklyby the Journa^ l;isp ,class of* Co. CCC, Ocala, iiori'da. J/, f DANCE The success^ of the dance Friday nite, June Ith, indicates that social entertainments of this nature ''will become monthly events in, caurp. Lieut, Miller wishes to conBneud the members of the company on their excellent conduct and enthusiast which contributed much to ths enjoyment of otot guests. Young ladies from -‘Uaineaville, Ocala, Leesburg, Ocklawaha and other points nearby have been heard to: say "we’ll J) here next time". Already plans are' being laid for next month’ s dance DQN ^T 6'£-.5HL EP H -We-. are-roft.en-t.prona^to... follow .blindly anyone who jumpsup' on*. the pr overbid" r.soap-.bpx.and with.loud-^mp'hthed persuasion leads us into mo'b action," arid'm^es us'do"thirigs '^hich d^ter we regret,. Don’t be She^p. .Such action. caT^ses ; riots,, iynchings, and public disordijr.,.,.It breeds Con-, tempt for authority and encourages disloyalty. '1 j,' \ Stand on your/owh feet and^ think for yourself. Act according to .your own judgement. Be men. ..o > Under Mr. Sheffers direction the Coiroany Minstral will soon be shaping up for perfor mance. ; Talking pictures in camp have .been suggested. We would like to hear what you men think o f this idea. Woods and Cha§. tain are "gO in places" with their Photo^faplpy. Enlargements are their late sjB acfcOmpll shment 1 V V > "Fresh meat" arrives Tuesday. Lets start the rookies off on their r ight foot. Editors are peace loving. They throw a lot of stuff in the waste basket that would cause local 'ware. Speeding, of expert,, head work you ought to .watch ^’’a' 'negrjo'* wom^ carrying -a fifty poun d basket' of clothes on lier head. Absence makes the heart grow fonder. {That’s why we are so fond of money. Some people say that Mae West hasn't any better form than thousands of other girls. Granted. But Mao knows how to idrape the one she has.

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PAC-C 3 PERSONAL v5 ^erc are all those follorrs that arc interested in Eadio? Qaict a nunber say to nc "they nould like to learn Eadio, and ask about th§ hours that class is held, hut Y7hen class is announced those tha.t seen to ho interested don’t shotr up. If anyone is interested in learning he ought to he willing to 'put forth the effort of trying to obtain knowledge, by showing up at classes. Down at the Eadio shack almost every nitc and and sonotines in the daytime information cm bo gained on the interesting subject Eadio. Eogulrn classes arc held on Mondays, TTednesdays and Fridays. The student has to put forth m effort, as he can’t learn without trying, on his part, Eadio contacts have boon rather uncertain lately, on account of rearranging sonc of the a-pparatus. But things will be running smoothly again very soon. Two negroes, San md Moe, vrero workin the cornfield. Neither negro could • tell tine but Moe had an mtiquo heirloom which passed for a watch, San wearily asked Moe the tine of day. Ho pulled 1st Lt. C.A. Neal, the company doctor, ha.o gone on a leave for a month. He left the second of June and will rcturfa. on the second of Jtdy. 1st It, Y. M. Eycr is now attending t he corroany* s ua.tients. Capt. Huff was a recent visitor of our camp • Lindsey is still in quarters, as the result of an accident on the road tha.t we arc cla.ying. T7c sure will be glad to sec him re turn to duty. No wonder who the certain girl is that called and chased ‘'Spec” Watts all over the dance hall Friday night. Who is she Soec? to the wondering gaze of San, saying. '•Here it is'*. San b ravely reulied. "Damfi ta.in’ t" Neal became a brother-in-law a few weeks ago and it has got him down, because he 'isn’t used to being a brother-in-law. It has got him down but wi ll he stay down, A1 o3c Stevens and Frank Langford, Students of the University of Georgia, ha.ve entered this camp to serve throe months so that they can learn all about forestry wor3 We .Ttolcone them to our camp. We bet tha.t all the girls in Ocala chase then. College CCC boys are Scarce, George Cosby was scon at the dance standing in a dark seduced corner with a certain bl onde. Who is sh e George? •'Sleepy" Wilson was discharged from this company a few days ago. We hated to see him go, but we wish hi m luck, San Collins sure was slinking a wicked foot with a good looking girl at the dance last 'Friday night, and wo wonder who she wa Tell us Sara. A brmd new Army truck arrived in canr last Sunday md it is a keen up-to-date trv Haney enrae aro'und to give it the once over and he told the boys not to oat. it up, Pont bo afr.aid Hmey wo wont ea.t it, it out of his, pocket and rovoalod the faoo '''Jhor! ”I lifted 3 OO pounds ono tinol' Kfcirray: "That n.int nothing, one time me md two ot her niggers lifted a. Model "T Fordl* f.— CHA5TAIAy O O WOODS PH OT O Cr RAPHS Filins DEV£t-OP£0

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TRAIV5l£Nr^ WIN — The hall team of the Ocala Trrjisient Camp has defeated the team of Company l420 for the second tine bn our. home diamond. The contest uas close throu^out the game, [rtie score being 2-1 until the 4th inning. The Transients' scored again in the making the score 3''0' Another run ‘vras scored in the 6th, amounting to a total of • 4-0, Conroany l420 rallied in the seventh bringing across 3 runs, but uas unsuccessful in tying the score. The count remained the same the rest of the grjne, neither side getting any farther than second base* Some of the regular players -srere on the side lines watching, not even prepared to play ball. Fellows, we can’t ha.ve a winning team unless more Co-opera.tion is given. T?ha. t 'do you say,, follo ws? 3 O X f (V Gi Since the big Chajnpiohship bout, ,Scyeral of the Cajnp boys' have been spanring down at the boxing arena a.o if they were contcmplcating challenging the new liTorld* s Champ. Some ha.ve shown good stuff, or at least that they can take it on the ''map'*. TThy not make it interesting and have ‘ an elimination tournament and find out who is the best fighter in the different weight divisions. There is material for' fighting from light bantams to heavyweights. I would suggest that it be left up to the caiap Clianpion as to cliallenging the new’world king of Maulers. V B£ a BQ0.5T11R The Baseba.il tcajn seems to lia.vc gone into a considerable losing slump. Lack of spirit and co-operation is the biggest problem. Some remarks have been made upon the return of the ba.ll team after losing a. game such as, "If I couldn't bea.t that I would stay at home". How do you expect to have a winning team when we can't got some "Stars" interested in the game other tlian ridiculing. Every nrn who will come out for practice gets a, cliance to show his stuff. Next week lots have every man that can catch, throw or who kno\/s anything a.t all about baseball, on the field for practice. Perhaps a few are afraid some one will critisize their playing. There is one thing certain, you can't make a successful ball player until you learn not to give a damn wliat the fans think of your pla.ying. Boys lots turn out for Base Ball with a lit tle more snirit, Revile says tha.t the old gag laugh, and the world laughs with you is wrong. When ho l aughs, the world laugh s at him, Alex Stevens: "hy do they call that the Crosby co’ckta.il"? Bartende r: "One drink and Bing" The two college boys that arc in camp studying fore sty cm toll the temper of a pine log by the .use of a double bit axe. They can also tell how far the bottom end of a. tree rea.chcs inot the ground by getting on the grubbing crc\7.

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PAGE ? K o(^) on Jigprcd sho Couldn’t love George of the CCC. And George T. Couldn’ t see ’ ‘ • TThy Eveljm didn't love pnssionatqly. And Eveljm, she Couldn' t set) How she could love George c^d that Sailor Lee', So-' George T, r i-iCo shy, ho Called for the hoys of the CCC. ; And Sailor Lee 'V 'Suddenly Sent an SOS fbr the Ir.ds of "the sea. The C • C C • : Fought voliantly, Brush-hooked their May to vibtory* But George T Sorrowfullyi Found Evelyn gone with ‘Sailor Lee. Gr ecnleaf wiie: "How riucK 'are you worth?" TTHee Vining: "Oh, in the neighhnrhood bf. a half million. '1-.., She: "W hy, that's favorit e hb'ighhorhood, "Pay your. Debts' with'^a smile advised the Rookie. Vet,: "I would like to, hut they insist on cashl! Little Boy: "Papa, was you a rated man when you were r momher of the CCCV Papa Coxnes: "Oh yes son, I was a loader'.' Little Boy: "How long was you a leader Papa? Papa Carnes: "Well son its been twelve years since I was a'nemher of the CCC, and I have forgotten the exr.ct length of tine that I served a.s a leodcr for dear old C'~>TTomy 1 U 2 O Peebles: "Sey Watson, you told me thr.t you never got tired". Watson: "I don't. I rest before I get tired. V Alfred Dcox: (Dedicated to Streb) By W. H. Anderson Now Al’frcd, derx, is a blond l^aircd lad Who works in fourteen-twenty; His girl told him, "Now Alfred, dear,’ Your nerves are shattered plent^r". So she caught Alfred by the arm lAnd led him down the street. She told him that Dr. Milos nervine I Was .a medicine hard to beat. I He owes ii. all to Nervine [Wlien she whisper s_ in his eax, "Alfred, you are my hero. I I love you. Alfred, dear". The big thing in the air now, .after the bubbleburst, is the feelings of about

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