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- Seedling pine
- Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1420
- Place of Publication:
- Ocala, Florida
- CCC Company 1420
- Publication Date:
- v.3, no.2, July 4, 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
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- Dates or Sequential Designation:
- Began 1934.
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- University of Florida
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- UF Special Collections
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11 170 ten thi rig.1, $*: 0.< 2cofathers gave thui ives ad happiness to gain. A m we rainr to spend do much of our timc complaining aLout hurd tihea and this and there otoor Thing, tnat we acott have time to think in bat disocti-n it Will co botz for us to cast the weight of our vote. VI1. we merely follow the golden-1voiced untruths of professional pol1 it ilans, i i00 a
Wu arc -who working class, which builds the roads, brida' s, the foundations of o0ur ccuntry. Let us, beside. sing our stran~th and brawnvm to progress to more beautif.2l AinCZg in our c.s at active span of lifa, the pan. that is immediately before us, let us give the country the benofit of crious thought and consideration) the proper and most beneficial use of our power to vote.
------ John W. Groonleaf.
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Deep dark and sinister throats were
made against the oditor by one, notorious. One "Protty Boy"t 3trikland. Because he hold
One of the gratest Canc's we fellows the privelose o' distributing the copies
have to wacL ., ur io the 1LzieLo s we of teo :Pine" through .his place of businer
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raors the meet active citizens 4n To use this incident as a proof of the
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This station is banging away on the
air again. Contacts with quite a few stations have been made in the last few days, and several messages have booeen handled.
A few are still interested enough to keep up their practice on code and learning the principals of radio. A number of new boys have showed an in.terast and showed intbnhions of learning.
A new. Aerial has been put up; it is
a doublet tuned aerial, which works bet., ter than the other aerial that was tried.
tome experiments were tr&od last week using phone equipment.,
The portable reciever was carried on a trip with the Indian Nbund expedition, but the camp operator wasn't on duty for contact with camp s6 music by head phones was the entertainment.
Code practice will be held every
Monday, Wodnesday, and Friday ovongings, at seven o'clock. Members of the radio class are urged to be prc sentand on time without the necessity of having to be individually looked up+'mad invitod.This class is for youl Make it as easy on the instructor as possible
The question before th Cp at prooont is whether Lioutenant-_clonel Schefer, or Major-Gonor:.1 IaL:ock lookC. the oofiost in that woo-bogono Army Bc racks Hat that has boon mur-blin hither htd thither and to aInd fro. C.L. (n.on- all) amck
wears it on hic ton trip, and all the l~ dica simply swoon awy hr -. hc reri past (if they r walking) in th* "Spirit of 1420" and wviaves at them. And E.F. (Pea-Soup) Schoaffcr, -e nuspcct, roare the d-en thing over his eyces whn he is constrctiag that peculiarly indigoutible dish called "undcrslungullion", :o that he woen't be held rsponsible for ha t iz found in it.
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Speaking of athletics (no-body was, but then I've got to start this thing somhow,) the boys had quite a pyramid-building spree down in the lake quite sora tine ago. The highest one made was three ctorieo, :ith Osborne,. as usual, as the third-story man, who, by digging fingers an- toea into any ecyes, cars, noses and necks that happened 'to be hondy, m&iagod to coco out on the top of the heap and stay there long enough to yell, "Hollo, Ma; hello, Pa, it was a groat fight while it lasted but Carnora never had a chance", when the pyramid collapsed as one of the base men clapped at a mosquito and hit M.L. (W40y) "!ade instoad
LOetter Oho: "DTcar Mother: I
Letter Two: "Dear Iethor: I got dis-rated."
Letter Three: "Dear Mother: wood. a*
I'm back in the
Brot Strickland ishes to c.rroct a mistatement in the last issueo of the Pines' We printed the fact that there, were ladio i transported from Ocala, Leoesburg, and ot- thor points for the dance. He saya that to the best of his knowledge there was only one lady from Leesburg, his girl. It's patty' serious at that; heo s going to got married .
We will now do the side-straddle hop.
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*** P E R S 0 N ALS ***
Bill Turner, our late D.R.O., was introduced to the mysteries of a shovel handle last Monday. Is it better than those dime novels, Bill?
,hee Vining was discharged at his own request to accept employment. We hated to see Vining go. The old Camp is like a sepulchre in his absence.
The late assistant Comp any Clerk, Dyal went to work on the road this week.- Ten or clock on his first day heard him saying "Whew, ain't it hot? But I guess you boys must be used to it by now. We wonder if Syal is yet?
ho were the dirty villains who sent King Kong to forty-seven different places in the Camp before he found out that the Government had stopped issuing "Reveille Oil" wae back in 1918. Tsk. Tski Ilm afraid King Kong will lose his faith in human nature.
post John, well known for his attribute of thriftness, was relieved of a dime by Murphy Thursday. Was it swindle or merely a bonafido business deal?
It is rumored that NIeel is recuperating from a slight fracture of the nose,
caused by a falling tree. We wonder if it really was a tree.
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We heard that George Capes almost sat on a rattlesnake in the woods when he reeshed out and grabbed it. Whatta man, Geo.l
Murphy, finding out that he was going to get a truck, went down to sleep in it the other night. Chastain, taking his supper to him was very much surprised to find V.M.Parker already snoozing in the cab.
Johnny Woods, the Photography Man, & George Cosby decided they needed a rest and, some swimming lessons. They have Juot re-. twrnmed from Fort Screven, Ga., where they have been attending Life Saving Glasses.
-- -* -*Joel Brow n, the "ladies man", is wearing very deep ruts in the road to Salt springs.a
Along with the many interesting thing: brought back from the archeologists recent trip was a bad case of ivy-poisoning on th( back of Clyde Neel. (And Clyde is a botanist.,
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Alex Stevens and T. Frank Langfo rd, undergraduates of the U. of Georgia, and and recently enrolled in 4 20;, 000, ]Lpft Tuesday, June 25th, and went to 0lustee where they will continue their study of forestry this summer.
The mess hall is a lot cooler now that everyone waves the plates at. the K. p.s instead of shouting. The wind they make is welcome.
Last Saturday 0o. 1420 scored the second victory over Company 1401, our nearest CCC rival.
The game was clwe and held plenty of excitement throughout the entire game as the score shows.
Below is the box score for the.'game: NAME POS. AB H
Smith RF. 1 0
;ccranio C. 1 0
Fomby R.F. 2 0
Jeffers 5 B. 4 0
Patterson 2 B. 4 1
. Burroughs R.F. 4 2
Clay C. F. 5 '2Harrison 1 B. 4 0
Camern s L.F. 4 1
Johns G.s. 5 1
Drawdy P 1 1
"9C5FE a alS.
To each player that got a hit ieutindant Martin gave a show ticket.
Thoso poems are getting redundant, Thot numerous are they and abundant, Like the tines Huoy Long, Rcpcpatod his song
"I dunk ny -corn-pone but ay son don't
THIS WUS HISTOE LESSON
J* William Groonloa.
(If you cannot anaveor those questions per fectly, enclose one quarter, two bits or twenty-five cents in an onvolope addroeod to Profescor Twifwitts Corroopondonco ourso ("How to Play on Iriah Zither in twelve easy lessons") and if you nOVOr hoar fron him you will know that your quarter was well spent).
1. When was the War of 1812 fought?
2. What country fought in the SpanishAmerican War?
3. In what country is the Chinoeseo Great Wall?
4,. How long did the "Seven Years Warn,lat
5. Capt. Cook made throe trips to the North Polo. On which trip did he diose?
6. What do you think about thoe. next question?
7. Do you want to bother with the rost of
These limericks are all in fun, -tns examinaion?
When everythingts said & done, 8. Who wrote Gray's "Elogy?
For the guy that composes 9* Who started this damn thing, anyw Vy?
Is no kin to rose, 10. Who did most of the scalping in the.
As the wimmen all say when they run. French and Indian War.
.Thero was a young fellow named Capes, * * * * *~ *o**, * * *
'Of directest descent from the apes, Owing to the succosful prodoodure of
Between each high-capor' the last danco heroO,Lte Miller has prHe brings out a paper, miseCd to let us hold another affair in
And runs mighty hard and escapes. July. A definite date has not boon do********** s s* ************oided* yet but the C. O states that it A brainy young follow called Knight, .will be held before them.middlo of July.
Makes his dreariest work very light, Now is a good time to' make arranghile shoveling clay, monts for thDose whom you wish to invite.
He naps through the day, Remember the'early bird very seldom
A~*goes to Kerr City at night. plays second fiddlor' Wo1 not much anyZwy,
Now take this young athlet D al, Below is the res,-of the box score of
Who ran evory night for a while, the 1401 games
But now that he's laying, NAmE POS AB H
He spends his time praying, PouEds 7 A 0
And doomnett have time for that mile. Hilton 9 4 1
This handsome young Strickland, called Brot,
Came very near winning a bet, He sat in his chair And hoard Braddock beat Baer, He is making a Baer-living yet.
Livingston Provatt Hill B. Ball rd Bill 'IT.
< ^ /V Â• v/l I ?<> /I M NX /. ^"ADE AD''/! SEE. = .Hr. Wm. J.JcCARTY OFFICERS :}: 5F 4; VJ; 5)t Lt. V/.A, ;vIIUT,ER;i 0 0 It. V'.s, I-IOH'^E > J PF'.0 J' RGI S' j'Â‘^Er li'TTENDENT 51: !>: t'-r '' + Mr. 0 H.> ROGERS p.iblishod Ri-';;eekly by the Joumajlisri. olaas of Oo. 1 ^ 20 CCO, Ocala, I J.o ri. ban.-f^... .if ....tic.. j U X' 2 L .uziei.otie v;e ard fear ha\'' :^v''v.r;-.ad th^Â’s '.elves in blood. "Fl'.ou sÂ’ .'.It V Â’-iÂ’l.' Â•'. Fciicmbor that. Tbliik. iol* ..L.. ^ '\7 vj?ll Â’sT.'.i:?; i;s the \ Â’'ct.'. V.o'-'J v;i11 '.7C ti-ea-^ this rÂ’-Lr.l, t'.al o.'.r ferefat'iÂ’ers gave their i.-ivos eÂ’ld happiri'^ss to gain, Ai'o v/o goir.T; to spend so ir.Mch of cur tine complaining aloui harJ tii-os and this aiid the otnor xhing, tnat '.to aon't have time to think in v/nat diioctii'n it Â’.vill bo boot for us to cast tho noig'nt of our votes, 'Fill wo merely follow xho goldentu iced untruths of professional pcliticiaiTc, 110 1 Vie arexhe wc rking class, which builds the roads, briJgos, tho foundations of our ccunt ry. Lot us, besides using our stroTayt)! and brawn to progress to more boautif.j. things, in our uost active span of life, the span that is immod lately boforo us, let us give tho country the bonofit of cericus thought and consido ratio) the proper and most bonoficial use of our power to VO to, John W. Grocnloaf. L'-I)OTC'(Ri]AL One of t'ne greaxest congers we fellov/s have to v;axcL are guilt2'Â’ of wxien it ooue;to thinking about o'lr d'u.xies an cmirg citm-)eA3, te\ & 1 Z c'cr gone x-Â’cti'^n, "cur bunch of boysÂ’* 'll ill be the 1 av;-raar.e rs the adminisxro.tors, the most active citjzens ".n tho CGunbry wiÂ’^.iln tÂ’le next feÂ’sl^ori years. After alx, out govornoient is Â’';f the peopio, for tre per. o'. o md (above allÂ’) I f pec rf.e t) "Ry peopLe' re.x''S lu 3'no th-.G r if bn-'"dii Vlo will be to bj.aco if 1 d e p r e a B ic n we v; i i i snip and sv.ff oÂ‘''i'ag beromo mere o.nd mere I a nut 0 among the v/o .ek.h.g c-1..x.,g, cur ci ass, j the fcuniatice of the ccunb.r'/, nÂ’i '.op gets it. lingo done,. Wo wil''. Â’ir'" to blam'; if mil j lions cT ^oo vr.g rellowe, lÂ’U..' 'ouddics, are j ne.xa] .jssIv Bl.aagn'.:c .r /d and te.;.Tied into i he e r'* i c c kii.lcrs i.n one oÂ“ in,3 in rone. ji Deep dark and sinister throats wore mado against tho oditor by one, notorious, "Pretty Rn/" Rtrickland. Because he hold the privelogo of distributing the copies of t.no "pine" througlx his place of businer the Centner, ho has given birth to the ri* icn.lous idea that lu can control tho pres. AxP/thing against li.i m, he says, and tho papo:rs, thoy dis.ippcar. To use this incident as a proof of the power ox'* the .icurn'O i field wc are printing cur caper .as per schedule along Y/ith oil the jeonrxl our shedts can divul' concerning: tho bl.ack-hohd''.. jhr. btricklan''We promxBO you, dear readers, that, 510 matt-nr what ab3Â’Â‘Lmal tn. -rcets are mado against uj, wc xiii cring to vox "all of th*" o/,,id en timey u 1 4 -ucstroyivig wai's xnat era; 0 "'0 i' nechx.'ig and end wneri. xjaxo, ausij.io.ut
% This station is banging away on the air again. Contacts with quite a fev/ stations have been made in the last fev: days, and several messages have been handled, A few are still interested enough to keep up their practice on code and learning the principals of radio. A number of nev: boys have showed an interest and shov:ed intenliions of learning. A nevj Aerial has been put up; it is a doublet tuned aerial, v/hich works better than the other aerial that v/as tried. Some experiments were tried last week using phone equipment. The portable rociever was carried on a trip with the Indian Mound expedition, but the camp operator wasnÂ’t on duty for contact v:ith camp so music % hetad phones was the entertainment. Code practice will be held every Ifcnday, Wednesday, and Friday ovengings, at seven oÂ’clock. Members of the radio class are urged to be present and on time, v:ithout the necessity of having to be individually looked up 'and invited. This class is for youl Make it as easy on the in st ructo r os possible Wd 'U A\ WliJ The question before the Comp at present is whether Li-ntcrant-Ccloncl Scho offer, or Major-General Hamixck looki. fuc goofiest in that v:oc-bGgono Army Be r racks Hat that has boon mumbling hither oi'.d thither and to and fro. C.L. (Carrion.jnll) Hx-nxck wears it on his tovai trip, and all tho la.dics simpler 3v:eon av/ry "'her. he rears past (if theyÂ’re walking) in the "Spirit of lA20" and waves at them. And E.F. (pea-Soup) Scheaffer, Â•"o suspect, Â•rears tho dam thing over his eyes vrhor. ho is constracting that peculiarly indigestible dish called "undcrslungullion" vro that ho v/enÂ’t be held responsible for T/hat is found in it. Bret Strickland wishes to correct a mi statement in tho last issuo of tho pine We printed the fact that there were ladioi; transported from Ocala, Leesburg, and otther points for the dance. He soys that to the best of his knowledge there was only one lady from Leesburg, his girl. ItÂ’s pretty serious at that; heÂ’s going to got ma rried. Â‘ Speaking of athletics (nobody was, but then IÂ’ve got to start this thing somclTow,) tho boys had quite a pyremidbuilding spree dovm in the lake quite some time ago. The highest one made was three stories, with Osborne,^ as usual, as the thirdstory man, v/ho, by digging fingers and toes into any eyes, cars, noses and necks that happened to bo handy, mShr*agod to como out on tho top of tho heap and stay there long enough to yell, "Hollo, Ma; hello. Pa, it was a groat fight v;hilc it lasted but Camera never had a chance", fnen the pyramid collapsed as one of the base men slapped at araosquiito and hit K.L (V.'ACy) Wade instead Letter One; "Dear Mother; J got rated. Letter Tv/o ; "Dear Mother: I got dis-ratod." Letter Threo Â• "Dear Mother: I*m back in the woods." Wo will now do tho sidestraddle hop. I
',7hee Vining was discharged at his ovm request to accept employnent. We hated to see Vining go. The old Camp is like a sepulchre in his absence. The late assistant Company Clerk, Dyal went to work on the road this week. Ten oÂ’ clock on hie first day heard him saying "V/hew, ainÂ’t it hot? But I guess you boys must be used to it by now.Â” We wonder if Dyal is yet? *** PERSONALS *** W. T.V;amer. Bill Turner, our late D. R.O., was introduced to the mysteries of a shovel handle last I.fonday. Is it better than those dime novels. Bill? Â„ Â— We heard that Goorge Capes almost sat on a rattlesnake in the woods 'whon he reoahed out and grabbed it. Whatta man, Geo.M ^ 4 : Murphy, finding out that he was going to get a truck, v/ent dovm to sleep in it the other night. Chastain, taking his supper to him was very much surprised to find V.M. Parker already snoozing in the cab. Johnny Woods, the photography Man, & j George Cosby decided they needed a rest and^ some sT'dmming lessons. Thejr have just re' ttcamod from Fort |creven, Ga. where they I have been attending Life Saving Classes. Â— Â— Joel Brown, the Â”ladies manÂ”, is wearing very deep ruts in the road to Salt Springs., V/ho were the dirty villains who sent King Kong to fortyaeven different plaooe in the! the meny interesting thing, comp before he found out that the Governaroheologiete rooent ment had stopped issuing Â’Â’Reveille nilÂ” wav j. > ^ ^ ^ Â• Â• +v, back in 1918. Tsk! Tskl I>m afraid King H ivy-poi>ning on th Kong will lose his faith in human nature. ~ Lost John, well knovm for his attribj.te of thriftness, was relieved of a dime by Murphy Thursday, Was it swindle or merely a bonafide business deal? It! It is rumored that Heel is recuperating from a slight fracture of the nose, caused by a falling tree. We wonder if it really was a tree. ^ back of Clyde Neel, (And Clyde is a botani istil-^ ^ ^ ^ Alex Stevens and T. Frank Langford, undergraduates of the U. of Georgia, and and recently enrolled in Co. 1^20, OCC, left Tuesday, June 25th, and wont to Olustee v;hore they will continue their study of forestry this summer. ^ >. The mess hall is a lot cooler now that everyone waves the plates at the K* P .3 instead of sliouting. The wind they make is welcome.
Last Saturday Oo. 1420 scored tho sc. cond victory over Company l401, our nearest CCC rival. The game was close and held plenty of excitement througliout the entire game as tho score shows. Below is the box score for the gone; NAIvIE PCS, AB H Smith R.F. 1 0 J/Ic Cranio C. 1 0 fonby R.F. 2 0 Jeffers 5 B. 4 0 Patterson 2 B. 4 1 Burroughs R. F. 4 2 Clay 0. F. 5 "2 Harrison 1 B. 4 0 Came 3 l.F. 4 1 Johns s 5 1 Drav/dy ?. 5 1 SCOi^ RUNS 1420 5 l4oi 2 To each player that got a hit Lieutindant Martin gave a ahov? ticket# These limericks are all in f\in, 7/hen everythingÂ’s said & done, For the guy that composes Is no kin to roses, As the wimmen all say when they run* 5jc + >(t + 5|Â£5ie* :(c 5|t ***** it: !(! ** + **** )|t Those poems are getting redundant, ThoÂ’ numerous arc thoy and abundant. Like tho times Huey Long, Pepcatod his song Â”1 dunk ny compone but my son don't* *'* THIS ^-VEEXS HISTORY LESSON J. Y/illian Groonlcaf. (If you Cannot answer those questions perfectly, enclose one quarter, t\ 7 o bits, or twenty-five cents in an envelope addrocsod to Professor Twifwitts Co rro opondcnco Course ("How to Ploy an Irish Zither in twelve easy lessonsÂ”) and if you never hear from him you will know that your quarter v/as well spent)* 1* When was the 7lar of I8l2 fought? 2, What countrys fought in tho SpanishAmcrican War? 5* In what country is tho Chinese Groat Wall? 4* Ho\ 7 long did the Â” Seven years War",lasti 5* Capt, Cook made throe trips to tho North Polo, On which trip did he dies? 6, What do you think about tho next question? 7* Do you wont to bother with tho rest of this examination? 8, Who wrote GrayÂ’ s Â”ElcgyÂ”? 9* V/ho started this damn thing, anyway? 10. V/ho did most of tho scalping in the French and Indian War* .There was a young follow named Capos, Â‘of directost descent from the apes, Bet'ween each high-capor. He brings out a paper. And runs mighty hard and escapes* ******************************************* A brainy you@fe follow called Knight, Makes his dreariest work very light, v/hile shoveling clay. He naps through tho day, AJfii^^gOQS to Kerr City at night* ****************************************** ********************* Ovdng to tho successful prodeoduro of tho last dance here, Lt, Miller has promised' to let us hold another affair in July, A definite date has not been decided yet but tho C* 0, states that it v;ill be held before the middle of July. Nov/ is a good time to nako arrangments for tlio sc whom you wish to invite. Remember tho early bird very seldom plays second fiddle. Well not much anyv/oy Nov/ take this young athletd Dyal Wlio ran every night for a v/hile. But now that heÂ’s claying, He spends his time praying, And doesnÂ’t have tine for that mile, ***************************************** This handsome young Strickland, called Bret, Came very near v/inning a bet. Ho sat in his chair And heard Braddock beat Baer, He is making a Baer-living yet. Belov; tho l401 Pounds Hilton r^im s HILL Li vingoton Provatt HillB. Ballard Bill W. is the game: rest of the box score of PCS T* 9 1 8 2 5 7 5 4 AB 4 4o 4 4 4 4 4 4 H 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 5 0