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- Pine knot journal
- Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1410
- Place of Publication:
- Shady Grove, FL
- Civilian Conservation Corps
- Vol. 1, No. 15, June 29, 1935
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- volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
- Physical Location:
- Box 2
Box 2: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder #1406 and #1410
- serial ( sobekcm )
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- Dates or Sequential Designation:
- Began 1935.
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- University of Florida
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So m:.ybe ve -ren't so b.doff -.fter -.11 If the pump only works every other d-y it will be fine. Mrybe the pum is gettitg temper-rmentrl bac-.use they took its old mrster y. ybe it's going on strike to get him ba.ck.
prof Bell Goes To
Prof..h-,s been ordered to Ft Br.gg, North C-.rolinr, for two weeks in the Officers Reserve Corps there. -e leaves Sr.turdry r,.nd will be gone untill -.bout the fifteenth of July, on le-ve. ie hope th t he enjoys his trip. 7e he:.r th-.t Cr.pt in lilson, former C.O. of this corap ny is in charge of r Comp: ny somehere in th: t district. Prof srys he
will stop in -.nd see him before he comes b .cok, so a.ybe e :ill hr've some news for us.
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The Company has secured the "-scistance of an@d FERA teacher through the Stato Educationa Advisor. His name is Mr. Raymond Vickery from the Uhiversity of Florida at Gainesville. He is due to start courses Monday. He arrived Saturday night on the MAil truek. He will be stationed here for about eght or ten weks to help Prof. Bell and establish some now courses.
lavo finally finished the road through San Pedro Bay. We know that they will be glad to got way from this project as th'y will prob-bly get off from work a lot earlier. Hoover is the only one who will be sorry to leave. He will be lonesome for someplace in which to got stuck.
Kolloy returned from Ft.
Bonning late Saturday Night, with his truck. He has boon gone a week while his truck has boon overhauled. With him were Johhny DoBerry and Patrick who have boon taking the life-saving course at Beonni ng. They ar to accompany the cadro to the now cmp and teach life saving there. They report that the men who have been transferred from this camp to Bnning are doing well. They al1 say Hello to 141-. ,
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The whole camp has been pretty much upset this week on oimt of the scanty water supply. Although this was hard the old boys-it was good luck for the new ones as it gave m their first trip-off the grounds, ,,hen they were taken to
big lake to bathe and swim. A few who missed the truck ked over to the little lake and went in swimming there. llow supply of water was caused by a faulty pump jack and .nger. Mr. Schroeder said last night that he expected tc have fixed in the near future. ---Hooray i
We learn as wie go to press that -r. Schroeder h:.s succ esIly completed the job and the pup has been running so h that it has gotten hot and all of the %,ater it has -been :ping has been steam instedd of water. This called for cess of condensation, That is why the water has been so a the last few days.
We hear that one of the neo, boys received a G.I. bath in ad fashion the other night xvhen the pump decided to run for hange. Those G.I. brushed do their stuff at times when they not polishing somebodyts mess kit,
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Boxing Ft Chery lake
The mtches at Cherry lake Friday night were enjoyed by everybody. Although our boys did not make such : good showing in the decisions, they did right p proud by us. Both Shirley and BalIdy lose the decision to their. opponents. Nick Fern .ndez' opp-. onont crawfished on us. Baldy .(7rm rtched ag-inst the Cherry Lakers white hope, -nd made an O-cellent showing. Baldy i, ad the second round by good margin. The other boy hrd r long .1 16ft th-.t built up points for him, and our B idy is a .littc. light on his punches. I-ihc can pt"somo weight on those punches hq crn outrnk th-t boy.
Shirley was in -: tight spot, His m-.n had the rcrch,_rnd thc build on him. Shirley needs a lot of work, on his.guard.
17o will ha-ve':, pretty good
crrd next frid,.y, and ma.ybe show those boys soract-hiing.
Big SrnMilIaddox left on the Southlahnd from Perry Sa.turday. night for 'Thnl. He wr-.s honorably disch-,rged t rt'his own request to recieve eployment ..
flillie Ieavorett; former.c mombor of this company stopped in Sunday afternoon, with his wife nd soveril other comp-nions. Vie di not get to interview the bby but hc soonecd to be doing pretty good .
Schedule For 1eek of
4:00 Shorth-nd 6900 Beginners
7:00 Spelling 9:00 Radio Tuesday;
6;00 Beginners 7;80 Sprnish 8;00 Current Events lono sday
6:00 Boginners 7:00. iovio us 9;00 Pho tuogra phy@ 4.
Thur sd.y :
4:00 Shorth-.nd 7:00 Liierty Truce 8:00 Educ'tion-l Films FE idcRhy:
8:00 Forostry 6:00 Jouirnlism
Soturdays (d .7s) A:00 Woodworking and Joirn,.lisre N.B. Typing Cliss rinoetsdaily from 6-9: 00. P.iH. S Lif c Saving 17Oednsday andc SrturdL.y rt Lakc Sn Polo
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To spc- of many things.
Of shoes ,nd ships
And c-bb.gesrnd kings.
And why .the so, is boiling hot
And whether pigs have- wings.
Suppose Pigs cdid have win Hou m,-ny of those C.C.C. guys ou suppose would bc flying t he Hess -THio .
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?he Pine Knot Journal Page 2 June 29,1955 X r-V'f.i GAMP FERSONHSI J. ARMY It. F. I. Barrett Commanding It. R.B. Cater son Detached It. P.M.Jones Mess Officer It. H. C. Woods Welfare Officer It. G.W. Yeece Surgeon It. C.M.Densler Athletic Office!' It. S.B. Garner Summary Court Mr. S.C.Bell C .E A. forestry Mr. W.B .Martin Superintendent Mr. C.M.Young Forest-er Mr. Hoyt Waldron Surveyor Mr. J.R. Bumgarner Forester Mr. I. H. Hill Â• Technician Mr Â• I .E Hani 1 to n Forester OVERHEAD Ben lovinggood 1st Sergeant Welter Smith Supply George T. Sargle Steward Sereant V. Hackney Company Clerk Bretie England Head Cook STAFF S.C.Bel-1 Advi ser Wm. I&ckney Sports Editor C.E .Foster Editor Fred England Humor Editor C. BarneE Associ ate H.A. Baskin Printer Editor E.G.Mart in Feature Editor The Fourth of July The Fourth is upon us regain with its noise and hurly-burly. We are in t e midst of a giddy whirl of excitement that has no eqgual on ~ny other day of the year. There will he fireworks, picnics, watermelon cuttings, swimming parties and what have you. All the people from the country will be in town, and all the city folks will be out in the country. Everybody will have a good time or die before they will admit that they have been licked. In the midst of all this fun-seeking it behooves us to think of the safety of ourselves and others, in our celebrations. There is no other day ih the year which shows so many c sualties. Patriotism ; nd martyrdom in a worthy cause are virtues of the highest \ but loss of life and limb through carelessness or foolishness is never to be commended. So let us celebrate to the best of our ability, and keep the ccident rate down. ~ Â— Â—
Y. Â• r* J >ri' Â• Â— Â• -'r. Â• |an Y "V., --> Â• V The Pine Knot journ.-l Visitors Ciptc.in IiGirde wis here on liondcy, on his regular tour of inspection, -e left the sine -fternoon, everything being in good order. I ore Forestry Trucks Tlie Forestry Truck drivers went to Tillihissee igiin this week, in brought* bick seven new Chevrolet pik-ups. It wrs reported by one of the drivers thit considerable difficulty wouibd h hive been experienced getting started if it hrdnÂ’t been for the presence of the Kings duster. Technic i ~n Fie forestry personnel his icquired i new number this week ilso. He is Hr. L.Â’A Â“ ill,Technicil iss i ss tint r. Hill is i g griduite of the University of Georgia. We hope thit he will stiy with us for while is v/e would like to see more of him. The Eternil TrimbleÂ’, Grin r gedy stilks in love Nest. Coinpiny 1410 hr s been going on for nont s with no indicr.tion of the storn brewing in its very bick yr.rd. ..'cross the fence in bick of the compiny irei there is i house or two where live tone Indies md gentlemen of colour. And then with the roir ( of 45*2 ind the shre iking of women the pot boiled over. June 1935 Viter, .7 ter ,3verywhereIn other words, where is ill our witer? It only mkes one two three tines this week thrt it the boys hive hid to do with out there witer. Ve suspect thit it is not such hardship on most of tr:em to miss their drily br.th; but if some of t. aee rugged lids v/ere to develop B. 0* (Body Cdor) wouldnt th t be the luck? But when we miss the witer most is when it gets so thit there rint no witer to drink. Thit T s when it gets tough. Ve h heir from the older boys tht V7 v/ere here in the beginning thit it wis re'lly tough when they hr d to hr.ul v/~ter for five or s six niljs, Â• nd bithe under in old pitcher-pump. So mybe. we iren't so bidoff ifter ill If the pump only works every other diy it will be fine. Mrybe the pump is getting tenperment.-l beciuse_they took its old nr.ster iwiy ~ybe it's going on strike to get him bick. prof Bell Goes To Fort Brigg. Prof^.his been ordered to Ft Brigg, North Cirolinr, for tv/o weeks in the Officers Reserve Corps there. He leaves Siturdry ind will be gone untill ibout the fifteenth of July ; on leive. \7e hope th t he enjoys his trip. \7e heir thit (Viptiin V/ilson, former C.O. of this company is in chirge of r Comp, ny somewhere in thit district. Prof srys he will stop in ind see him before he comes b .ck, so mybe ..e will hive some news for us. P 3
*Â— r Â‘J The Bine Knot Journal page 4 EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT The Company has secured the ass 1st cnee of an* FERA tea.chcr through the State Educational Adviser, His name is Mr Â• Raymond Vickery from the University of Florida at Gainesville, He is due to start courses Monday, He arrived Saturday night on the Mail truck. He will be stationed here for about eight or ten weeks to help Prof, Bell and establish some new courses. NEWS FOR THE ROAD Â•. The .bc,ys. report that t hey 'have finally finished the road through San Pedro Bay, We know that they will be glad to get away from this project as they will probably get off from work a lot earlier. Hoover is the only one who will be sorry to leave He will be lonesome for someplace in which to get stuck. FT, BEHRING June 29,1935 HOSPITAL NEWS Sick in Station Hospital at Ft. Banning: Otto C. Gaines, Claude Steele, Fred Wallace xsst Sick in Quarters ; Emory Calhoun, Grover Robbins, Clarence McVcy. David Go ary returned from Ft, Bcnning with Kelly on his return trip. SPORT ROTES The Baseball game with Cherry Lake in the middle of the week brought another ^inning streak to the Company. Cecil Smi^h made two out of three hits, and fanned thirteen men in seven innings. With Darris on base from a two bagger, Hoss Burns hit a double to bring in the winning run. The final score stood 4 to 5 with the Cherry Lake men on the short end. Kelley returned from Ft. Banning late Saturday Right, with his truck. He has been gone a h week while his truck ha.s been j overhauled. With him were Johnny DeBerry and Patrick who have been taking the life-saving course at Banning. They are to accompany the cadre to the new camp and teach life saving there. They report that the men who have been transferred from this camp to Bcnning arc doing well. They all say Hello to 1410. A return game with Cherry Lake is scheduled for this Sunday at the Cherry Lake diamond The game with Quitman, Georgia, turned out to bo a. driz after riding all morning to get there it started to rain in the fourth inning period. It had been raining all the time, but it got so bad they had to quit* i l
Ihe Pine -Knot Journal page 5 .TnnP PA T 77?(? Pump Goes //ay wire The whole camp has been pretty much upset thic week on account of the scanty water supply. Although this was hard on the old b#ys-it was good luck for the new ones as it gave them their first trip off the grounds, when they were taken to the big lake to bathe and swim. A few who missed the truck walked over to the little lake and went in swimming there. The low supply of water was caused by a faulty pump jack and plunger. Mr. Schroeder said la.st night that he expected to have it fixed in the near future -Hooray I We learn as we go to press that ft. Schroeder has successfully completed the job and the pump has been running so much that it has gotten hot and all of the water it has -been pumping has been steam instedd of water. This called for process of condensation. That is why the water has been so warm the last few days. i V/e hear that one of the new boys received a G.I. bath in good fashion the other night when the pump decided to run for a change. Those G.I. brushed do their stuff at times v/hen they are not polishing somebody r s mess kit,
Page 6 The Pine Knot J^urja&l Boxing at Chery Lake The matches at Cherry lake Friday night were enjoyed hy everybody. Although our hoys did not make such a good showing in the decisions, they did right p proud hy us. Both Shirley and Baldy lose the decision to their opponents. Kick FernandezÂ’ opponent crawfished on us. Baldy wc nr t c he d against the Che r ry Lakers white hope, and made an excellent showing. Baldy had the second round hy a good margin. The other hoy hrd a long 1 left that huilt up points for him, and our B Idy is a little. ligjit on his punches., if'^ie can put some weight on those punches Tie' can outrank that hoy. i Shirley was in a tight spot. His man had the rer cji. rnd the build on him. Shirley needs a lot of work,, on hisguard. \7c will have' ;; pretty good errd next friday, and n yhe show those hoys something; Discharged BigSam ha dd o x left on t he Southland from Perry Saturday night for -Bama. He was ho no r ah ly discharged at* his own request to recicve employment Visitors Millie Le aver e 1 1 ; f o r me r. me nhcr of this company stopped in Sunday afternoon, with .his wife ,nd several other companions. \7e did not get to' interview the hoy hut he seemed pretty good to he doing June .a g, .. 1 93 4 Schedule For \7eck of July 1 Mondays 4; 00 Shorthand 6^00 Beginners 7:00 Spelling 9:00 Radio Tuesday; 6;00 Beginners 7; SO Spanish 8; 00 Current Events V/cdnesday ; 6:00 Beginners 7:00 Ho vie F^jLms 9 ; 0 0 Pho tog rap hy Thursdays 4:00 Shorthand 7:00 Liberty Trucjc 8; 00 Educational Films Briday; 8:00 Forestry 6:00 Journalism S' turd ay: (a.m*) &.;00 Woodworking and Journalism 1T : *B. Typing Class meets; daily from 6-9:00P. II. > Life Saving \7edhesday and Saturday at Lake San Pclo Diamond Ball The diamond hall g.-unh 1 wi th Perry ws held onh-thc same night s the Cherry Lake hasch'll game. So far ^s we; know the game was a hard-fought, though losing battle. ,\7e will have more information a bout theÂ’ next game. The time has come, The V/alrus said,. To speak of many things. Of shoes md ships And sealing-wax And cabbagesand kings. And why the sea is boiling hot And whether pigs havewings. / u. Â— Suppose Pigs did have wings? How many of these C.C.C. guys cb o you sui^posc \7ould he flying to the Hess/ Hul l?.