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Boggy bayou breeze

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Title:
Boggy bayou breeze
Creator:
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1402
Place of Publication:
Niceville, FL
Publisher:
Civilian Conservation Corps
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Edition:
Vol. 1, No. 5, March 12, 1935
Physical Description:
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Physical Location:
Box 2
Box 2: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder #1402 or #1401

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Subjects / Keywords:
Camps ( FAST )
Young men ( FAST )
Depressions ( FAST )
Forests and forestry ( FAST )
Genre:
serial ( sobekcm )
periodical ( marcgt )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began 1935.
General Note:
The Civilian Conservations Corps (CCC) was an employment program for unmarried men during the Great Depression in the United States. It was launched by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 as part of his New Deal, and continued until 1942, when many of the men had left for military service in World War II. The United States Army oversaw the operations of the camps, which were located at sites around the country, including several in Florida. The men signed up for a minimum of six months and were paid around thirty dollars a month, plus room and board. The men worked mainly in rural areas on projects such as forest renewal, state park development, and construction of service buildings and roads.
General Note:
In Florida, each camp was allowed to publish its own newsletter. Many of the newsletters were sent to other camps so their advisors could learn from each other. The camps were directed to send a copy of each newsletter to the University of Florida. These newsletters include serious topics such as safety precautions and camp news, but many also contain humorous anecdotes about camp life and stories about individuals who worked in the camps. Many of the newsletters also feature hand-drawn covers and other illustrations drawn by camp members.

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Published weekly by a campmstaff imposed of the following boys:
l31aude V. Crump ------------Editor
3purgeon McDuffie --- Asso, Editor Vivian L. Wade ------- Soc. Editor Dharlie f. Bush -----Spts. Editor Trank Walls ------- Metts Editor
No Paid Ads Accepted
ubscription Rates:
or 1 year ---------------- $1.50
or 6 months -----------------.90
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This same man said,"If we would associate with the truly great, we must strive to become great; they
will not stoop to us, but we must climb up to :e)m,
Can one re-ad a 'ood biography of Washington .:.-.. o n.lson, Edison and coh.nt,; oti. 7~L -.1y great men without being inspired to some extent to make of this life a success ful one? Read and study the lives of great men and one will become more like these wonderful men.
"Lives of great men all reminR
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We can make our lives subline, And departing liave behind us
Foot-prints on the sands of time"
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---------------- 0 ----------------What do you widh to achieve in Life? Lives of Great Men Is your goal "just getting by"? Or do
you wish to do something that will There are various ways that men make life much better for yourself and
thieve renoun. Some men become great others. Do yrou ~ish to be famous .
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First Aid
VWe are going to start having First Aid classes again and I want to see a good attendance of the new men.
Many thousand of the CCC enrollees have tsken advantage of this First ;^'d course and I wish to see you all i ,ake advantage of it.to.Now do not l:ake it becai4se you think that you have to. Take it because you know It will do you good, The knowledge of First Aid is a necessity y of life. Lack of this knowledge often causes serious dama:Co or even death to men and women. improve your knowledge of First Aid while you can, younnever know when you may need it to save the life of your loved ones or friends.
Could you ever forget it if a member of your family or a close fiiecd should die while you were st nding by, helpless, waiting for a doctor to arrive? How would you feel iL a life should slip away because you had never learned First-Aid?
A.sk yourself these two questions nd decide what you ought to do ab u. it.
'ow is the time when all of us
;m,~u _d learn what we can about First Aid. Tomorrow may be too late. Get the most out of the classes because s,,,-i, day you will need it and the i;re you spend learning First Aid surely is well spent.

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Educational Books Read
The Native's Return
A ;easant boy leaves his native Slovene in Yougoslovia in 1913 at the age of 14, andcomes to America.
In America he joins the U.S. Army and fights in France during the World War. After the war he wanders over the U.S., M!exico, and part of South erica.
At the age of 39 he goes back to his Native Land and there he learns to $now his people better and thinks better of them.
When he returned to .imerica he

Williw J. Mcgord has taken Fernie's said to himself,"lI have returned

Alace in the Infermary. You can bet e is working these days. With 10 n quarters he must keep stepping. Chey also have six in the hsopital
)ut that does not take much work.
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lst1,tIJale Collum has taken Dr.W. ', McCriff's place as Company SurtlO.L We hope that he doesn't back ~,o much on'castor-bil'.

IO, to stay."
Youth Rebuilds
This is a book composed ofm
stories written by mober's c the Civilian Cbnservation Corps. Tere you get a first hand kno'lede of the effect of the depression on, the youth of America. As you road those stories of honest approation for the, CCC you get to know the boys and their problems as well as their joys.

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Camp Happenings
_,iost of the land inclosed in the Company Area has been cleared and prepared for planting grass .seeds. For the past three or four weeks the boys have been digging roots anc
ulin them off in ~.,he Irjcks. NIow
nave it looking -eal good and
-'.Ly ready for lnting We hope
ave the seed planted and the
Sup soon and then you-will see
:e camp ground.
i Waue W. Crump, one of our most
p iuing enrollees has gone to Et.
B-arrancas to train for a better poi-;ion in the CCC,.
TTieut. Vaughan left yesterday for Fc-L ~arrancas where he will take : new duties. All the boys sure wer sorry to see him leave and we all extend our good wishes for his sucoss amd hope to see him again.
In the past some boys have been A.,,0O.L. each Monday morning but I think that will change. They not c S Lt fined but have to serve extra duy as well as restriction to camp oa week or two.
rank Walls has been selected to
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m that we hoie will be esaLhed in the near future.
.E 'CLie KeIly has been selected to
fo a ~ Canteen'JJ Stewa an he
be placed in on;. ofC e e
JLook in the supply roe im and you will see Jack Yarbrough .:, dyingg under Park Lee. He is t-raining to be a Supply St, i.n oe of the new camps.
e esr the boyL frm Ramer
r' k tower, sure _ik to come to ai-p for the week end, He th inks '.;.t the woods do not look so good after two weeks in them.

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C.W. Crump had the energy to get up 10 minutes before chow sunday.
We wonder why Mcuffie didn't go to the party Saturday night.
Where did Waid and Ghamberlin go
sunday eveningl.We sure want to know.
I Some of the boys seem to think Bill Newton hay a lot of interest in Niceville lately.
We wonder why Hodge always throws his hat in his girl's before going Sin to see her.
Wonder why some girls think Park Lee is such'a nice boy.
Wonder why Lincoln Ingram gets a shave efore toing on the gate each night.
We wonder why McDuffie was appointn- ed to check the I8dies coats Friday night.
Does any one know why 1st. Sgt. Waid waseso interested in going to
Florala Friday night?
Where does Toby and Talbott spend. each Soday evening?
Why a certain Straw Bozx and tower ,man never oats supper-at camp on Suc,1gg afternoons?
Yes, we all wonder- why Jack Willis wYanted to. borrow 25V Sunday evening.
We wonder where most of the CCC boys spent last Saturday evening
We wonder why Gharlio is so popular with the Nicoville girls
We wonder why it rains, in A L" each time a Labama enrolled gte a week end pass.




At The Bar
Things continue to Sell fairly fast. A sTupply of pu,ncl.L (id. t last long at 15:' Fun:: co fast at 3Cg: and ; .. '.
not stay in stock. h, sold
good Friday night :~ The gross receipts v. EL sure to bgy ro'.. change whore yo t :2 s,
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S-l be able to learn to irake
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Jstice Olivor .I-ndl1: Holmos
th6-U Ion Afmy- at the ago of 21 and, saw much service in..Virgina,.-He.-was, .oun6d throc tinos whilo in action W7hen rdt.ur.nod to .iviliamolfc h6
* 1fui~n'rKH t4 la:as.a profoslom.>
't th. Q of .Z9 he ea ie Jaad ,Ju: Judge a nd tdught law at Harvard University tt.ho qge-of -.-he -befank
EEELb6r-of i'accdohusetts Supremoourt ..
-In 1902 ho became mmbo,,f i-pi it ourt-and-sorvod at this
-ost nearly 0 yOg ,.Ho-. -tired at
ty ,,
the of a lived .a vigir us Lif a ast to th daya-,, d th.- '-- .
In"The Woods
fire on We1ver Groek Tower, about 40 ilos from c'amp. All the field or from Letts Side cap wtore
c:jlled out to fight this fire. Th7e oys from e'etts eturnod to Metts r night bu-Lt the boys from here .a to stqy in the woods all night. Tihy-arrivod in cartp abt't 6:30 and wore they wet, and HOW'1 Chow ,vs served to then ad they ,foll i
t. eir buiks :and so-e- diftnt a ak-& the noon-chow lin '
The Vloarcr Crock fire wa& the
LarLgest -of the scasjh, of those West side of the 1icotts District. Th fire -was brought under control. under the direction of Bill Stevo.s who was assisted by Foroman -.cCray, Asst. Loader 10yo Pitts,- ASt. Leader C.J. Eush4 from Camp and Walker 3ponco and liro Guard Torm Erown from the Rangor Stat ion.Fills continue to go on record time. And. they- will as long as jcl lichenn and Bush. are theo bosses.. Tust ask the boys who sh6vOl the .sand and drive the trucks.

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h'd an oven brb k 1' th --' action of the men designated for thosq r.ospopsiDtc positdong4310% him"Qgk hinsel Hv 1 ae d
4y opportuditi'es 9fr addv96anden. h~lcQ in4crmp? u-' I d.ifoido o a6
I -trio&d- to da tir .ork isdi'g6d inC t o gtho b o s t-~4- ityi?-. Inc war s R. -ve d.one..no__ ...much- -a e 4 .- .
crve s pl-aces as has the follow who has. boon chosen.? q d-T: Follows., let us- hn bc dis ructlod ; p l utt inbohi r.A -..h s. -ht.ing and 1 e 0c72r ff- tic
L qtdu -y Oupsous .4n-kind for t'hc
noxt nPonin&, th' t-osoms l6nL, Any thing in- lifo, worthwh ilo, requires some effort to attzin;:.Ari willing to pay the. price?
- 0 --Bits of Wit.
Phe-- "The man I marry .must be as bravo as a lion, but not forward: handsome as Appll o,., but, not con' ceited; hwist as.So.lomon, bt mpok. as a- tahmba a h h is kind to ove y-woman, -tUt loy s only.me. H---- '.How nio that ri ct.
Justified:-- Jhnnieiwas 1az.ina his onc-day crld b g't r, wiho lay +equeplaing, and-wailiing -in his e t ..... "Ha, he come from Heavon?" inquirdi Johnnie.
Nurso--- "Yes deaf" Johnnioe to wonder they put him out"
Lt. Stokeo----"What s wrop this morningg., Looni?" IRonnie--- "Could not sloop, Sir" Lt.Stokos--- "What's thc trouble" Lonnic--- "Wasn't in bod, Sir"




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D.^.S t A Vt G _-*sco. Tustico flolniGs Lic-s at Ago of 94’ Associate Justice Oliver J/cndell HoiiTiCS born oi March 8,1841 in I0 St on. i'it tho tine of his birth the culture. don,! nano O'... i'ov' nn^. .a J D .. .'ho ,K v/ost nasraw und uncultur-p-n..5 cd and poop].c|u| choupht that \' tho cnsla vemei!: 0 f Fo ^r 0 s y/a s Iho operation of a lavi/ from G^od. Justice F 0 lire s na s b orn a’che truning in the Opportunity Comes To The One Wno Deserves if 8 man a position 1 .ri'ican civiliV;OCion and many op-\ portunitios uoro ins The c ii-cumsta iiCL^s ci lis birth v;erc fourtn^tv ^Is father, Dr, Oliver Jeiidoll Holffios, v;as of No inBiind hulin£ Caste -^nd the atmosphere [ t ^ O'f his h me mas at ojiw isaiiio time soian'-if 1 C and liter^.r^n 'be bo.'y ras to start \ .nnh dciy at tho .br^aK:| U: teblo ^ Y’horc a j Ycls get ^94 n ip^^t saying non a j > 3 ation. ovi helping of i.. .neiL.^e | Cuba is in a .. vv^s a c..ptain ins|of revolt. OlurG, on page 6 ) | a: Kg us Eri j Crete doclar ’Vor.nment of s ^s an independent ,000,000 coiTLpcndangorous state iiS a re lull of the anticipated expansion of the COG to &0C00C "trength, a call has come for suitable reto be placed in troi ing for leaders. Is : 'mpossible for a ma ^0 stay Long in the CGC, or an 3 other crraiLhza t ion. without shouinfo his a'bility as a leader if he has that abilityTf fills job in which he fi limself someone is ing to take note of and the time is goi o come when he is lU' d for a position hig One man has said,'’.job 3 ^ou have noj bo dig ing ditches but dig the onesbetter than any on else, andthough 3 ?-ou liv in the woods men will beat a path to 3 rour doo. is a Vory true max country' is badly noed_of deserving, hone and trustworthy^ as v/oll trained men. If one nan fests the fact he has s thing in him, it will b This seen and noted 'ey who is capable of promotions If one feels he ( Cont. on page the 0 gra nt

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a-2. Published vseekly by a campmstaff 3oinposed of the following boys: 31aude V/. Crump Editor Spurgeon McDuffie Asso^ Editor V’ivian L. T/ade Coc Editor Sharlie J, lush Spts. Editor /rankWalls Metts Editor JB.Q. ggy/ 'R.ajy:ou Irear^.o No Paid Ads Accepted ubscription Rates: or 1 year or 6 months or 3 months or 1 month ingle Copy 0 Lives of Great Men There are various ways that men 3hieve renoun. Some men become great 3 daring and efficient generals, who ead men to success in some great mse, such as Washington, Alexander, ‘.esar, Napoleon. Some men aivliieve Arne by sponsoring and caring through ;me philanthropic monement like 19 Apostle Paul, Mart in Luther, iir i s. t himself. Others a c c omp 1 i sh m.e outstanding invention^ writri ime great book, make some imnor-'-ant t. sc every. It has been said that the reaj.ly .'eat things men do live after therm is the influence their l.ives havOc r good, on those who follow :hn tne' u-als of timeoThose v/ho €ir(3 !-o boH from the examples of great and wero.ng lives must know S''n.iethi.ng a•ut ijiom. It has been sold hunt we oom.’?. .like these w’i.rh vvjiom we a.sso— .a to r a 1 wc d oondoii; the lives bi men wiuc have This same man said,*if we would associate with the truly great, we must strii^e to become great; they will not stoop to US; but \ie must climb up to them. Can one reaci a .good hiogfaphy of \yashington_. ..Cmco-u-... "Gilson, Edison. '•a^j,d If he can.iiut he is greatly jhanaioapped i-iere j.n the dC'C,^ you jhave '.jne ox'pori..uni'i;y to pattern a|i.tor^^t.aeuo_ groat men who founded our hoa.rrcry and i:t you cir; not make good juse of the opportuni'cy you are cheating your so .1 ft Take the time to plan out xiour life h.ncl^ gei^ Into the tyjie of w.'ork that you s.h to no for your Ij.Yoliliooci and ui uk^ to thaw i.f possibj.e. ^ Ra’se some jdofinire goal and work roviird lo all s fo-C' your tell as for a.'L and

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0_nIiSliUJL^J-SMLJiA-£^-k. First iiid V/e are going to start having First iiid classes again and I want to see a good attendance of the new men. Many thousand of the GCC enroilees have tsken advantage of this i^irst iiid course and I wish to see you all :take advantage of it.tolNow do not f iake it because you think that you have to. Take it because you know it will do you good. The knowledge of First iiid is a necessity of life. Lack of this knoY/ledge often causes serious damage or even death to men and women. Improve your knowledge of First Aid while you can, younnever know when you may need it to save the life of your loved ones or friends, Oould you ever forget it if a member of your family or a close frieijd should die while you were standing by, help;j.ess, v/aiting for a doctor to arrive? How would you feel if a life should slip away because you had never learned First-Aid? Ask yourself these two questions and decide what you ought to do a00 at it. ]’ow is the time when all of us should learn what we can about First .Vid. Tomorrow may be too late. Get the most out of the classes because some day you will need it and the t.ime you spend learning First Aid surely is well spent. tlfilliw J. McCord has taken Fernie’s '•place in the Infermary. You can bet Aie is working these days. With 10 quarters he must keep stepping. They also have six in the hsopital out that does not take much work, 0 Hew Company Surgeon IstLtHale Collun has taken Dr.W. McGrifi’s place as Company Sur,eono ‘We hope that he doesn’t hack ,oo much on’ castor-(bil’ O 1 4 ^ > Q o Q h s W i U ^ To d d ^ h You r ouTiuolS oh I / Educational Books Read The Native’s Return A ;easant boy leaves his native Slovene in Yougoslovia in 1913 at the age of 14, andcomes to America. In America he joins the U.S, Army and fights in France during the World War. After the v/ar he wanders over the U.S., Mexico, and part of South l;merica. At the age of 39 he goes back to his Native Land and there he learns to kno?;/ his people better and thinks better of them. When he returned to America he said to himself,”! have returned HOMS to stay,” Youth Rebuilds This is a hook composed of many stories written by 'members of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Here you get a first hand knowledge of the effect of the depression on the youth of America As you read these stories of honest appreation for the CCC you get to kno\i the boys and their problems as well as their joys.

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Camp Happenings Bn€-gJ--Ba^^-enG. I. Driblets I'/Iost Ox the land inclosed in the Company iirea has been cleared and prepared for planting grass -.seeds. For the past three or four Y/eeks the boys have been digging roots an hauling them off in the trucks Nb-w they have it looking real good and :';.early ready for plantings We hope i;G have the seed planted and the gr-‘%ss up soonand -then you-vjill see a ri ;e camp ground, Claude W. Crump, one of our most pj-ojiising enrollees has gone to Ft. Barrancas to train for a better poottion in the CCC, Bieut, Vaughan left j^esterday for Fori. Barrancas where he YJill take up r.ew duties. Ail the boys sure "jere sorry to see him leave and v>/e ail extend our good wishes for his su'';oess and hope to see him again. in the past some boys have been Aal.O.L. each Monday morning but think that will change. They not gT t fined but have to serve extra dujhy as well as restriction to camp for a ?/eek or t?/o, Crank Walls has been selected to o’rrdv for an Assistant Fducationai V.i'-'i SOI" to be placed in one of the n. '" kimps that we hope will be es-I'cli ished in the near future. C.V/. Crump had the energy to get up 10 minutes before chow Sunday, We wonder v;hy McDuffie didn’t go to the party Saturday night. Where did Waid and Ghamherlin go I ^unday evenings We sure want to < know. Some of the hoys seem to think I Bill Newton hav a lot of interest I in Nicevilie lately. i j We wonder v/hy Hodge alwjays throws I his hat in his girl’s hefor e going in to see her. I Wonder why some girls think Park I Lee is such'a nice hoy, I 5 f Wonder wjhy Lincoln Ingram gets a I shave Before toing on the gate each I night. cmWe wonder Y/h|z: McDuffie ed to check the Iddies Y;as appointcoats Fridaynight Does any one know/ why 1st. Sgt Waid wasoso interested in going to Flora la Friday night? Inhere does Toby and Talbott spend, each Sue day evening? Archie Kelly has been selected to j.n for a Canieen c/'ieward and he V'l bo placed in onof the new look in the supply roo m. and you will see lack Yarbrough studying under Pard Lee, He is training to be a Supply Sgt, in ona of the new camps J'ames Messer ; the boys, from Ramer Creek tower^ sure l.rK;ss_ to come to camp for the week end. He thinks Y,hat the woods do not look so good vfter tY70 Yjeeks in them. Why a certain Straw Boss and tower ‘man never eats supper at camp on Sue.i-dsry afternoons? < i j YeSj Y/e all wonder Y/hy ^ack Willis" iiY/anted to. horroY/ 25^ Sunday evening, il ( t We v7onder Y/here most of the CCC boys spent last Saturday evening I We wonder why Charlie is so popular with tho Nicevilie girls, ^ V/o wonder wh37' it rains, in .liabama, each time a .I^lahama enrolieo gate a week end pass, I

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At Tlib Bar^ w‘^ :,! .i. vi j. !. V‘ j J. . Things cdritinue 'to soil:fairlV fast.' A snap ply of penc^ils didn't JLa'st long' 'at’ ISif, Fouh“na:Lr:''.;'p'yris ’go' '"fast' 'at •30p'nihd '^^atch'e'^ ^ not stay in stock;. Thi.tnns sivrc sold good Friday night at the. danoo-j The gross receipts vrafe -00 „ Be sure to haj’ from ycur da mi' Ft:change where you get gS'CiJ.g :*c' and the profits go to the iccroatio: al fund. 0 lU rBrfeC^?.^ Ox : • ; : U.r' v;d ^ ; With; the Churches ^ -• Breachingevery 2nd Baturday 6 : GO P M e and -Sunday 11 : 00 A „]\iT. • Sunday Schools Sunda 3 rs, 10:00 A.M. B.Y.PJI. gundavo v ; 00 P.M. Re Ox C 7 W i 1 1 i am s Pastor. First Baptist Chuiohj Nlceville ^Fli f reaching every 4th. Sunday, 7:00 P.' and 10 A.Mv Every S'ili Saturday ?Z:00 PoM. Rev, Paul Be Dan shy. Pastor. First Methodist Church, Ficeville, Announcement ViTe are told that we are to have in our Bducatiojal Program, the assistance of some well qualified instructors. One is to he an instructor in wood-working. From him W9 shall he able to learn to make tractically any_ article of furirature, or other fixture that we ro'ij need in our homes. Some of us m:; y even heeprae so adept in this 'vvork that we coul-d find ompl. OTgment along this, line, after our enrollI mailt ihds ,, • .... Tie are also .to,havecommercial j' Sbudy. The instructor vi/ill le Sible s to teach us typing, short -hand. f'ookkeeping and husincss engltsh. 'fe ma^3/ mot become expei.'t acoouLi. rants or bookkeepers hut we surely will /t.arn now to keep a set of term L;ookc and in the garage or falling ft a T, i on o This instruction is like w.^ .revo-;" u'-d in our common suhoolSc '3'hor-'; ne wford taugnt some ahsirraor principle i o. F n g fish, la ng ua g o s (;,• t o ^ h e :i e (.'Vi; have the opii'O.rtunity i;o learii to rf^ol.l.y ,-Jo some tiring tl.at wall pay i n d. o i j ar s a n d c e n t s ’ r; o .m e t h i ng rang'.hle ,, I t, is hai'd to oenoaeve of o..').'; ag.n who would fail to take edvantag-a of these v/ondorfu]. op.oi'-i iru • L tjivis c. I it'1 ; r_.,rro i.e-b ^ s make i t 100^, I Preaching every Sunday, 7:00 P.M. Sunday B^hool^ Sundays, 10:00 A.M, Valparaiso Community Church. 0 Dr. Simpson, Pastor of the First ^reshyti-ei^an Church of Crest view, Florida, gave a address last Wednesday evening, in Camp Recreation Hall, to the men of this company/". Every one sure enjoyed the address ,and look forward to his return. 0 — — In Tho Woods Monday was a busy da_y for Co, 1402. The ho;/s were called from their much n.aeded slumberto go to a fire at 4 o'clock in the morning Under diroctichs of Forest Range! S ny de r A s s t Ra ng or W L Da v j. s and Fire Guard Tom Brot/n of the Forest Service and Leader J.Q. Adams assisted by Asst. Leader G.J. Bush the fire was quickly P’ut out. The boys returned to camp for breakfast at the usual time But that is not all. Another detail of men w'ere caliea from their beds at 3:45' to go to a (Cont, on page 6) f

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•* -„... J^sticp Oliver-' iVG-ndC'li' .Holmes i 'tho-Union AMy 'at tho^ ago of 2l'^and' =„£^^.4HtH,s95yiSe„in..yirgina,.-Ho-was^ uoundod throe times while in actions ,,-tG.:Civilian Hiifo he t ur he^d ^ t,^ 14 ^r ,a_ pr of es'sa on t h • ^--’.Ht 'the _,Qige ofV-Bo ho _was-: jffia:Se, ja vju • Judge and taught lav; at Harvard ^ i agi::.-e)fL-41~, ho-be^anb a mcinbcr of Hacca-ohusetts Supremo Oou-rt._ Ih' iOO.S^lic _,bG_caipe., :*trprt!ma*(j‘ouf’t and -served at this. 1 ?osw iiQdrlj 3p,.ypgrd,.!.HG.}.rG't irod at (Cont. from page 1 ) ..--,..i!^.hQ.-l!e£arv4-ng aireRcT/aTdD'cr. ted ,-.n oven bteok ..ItetheScloctlon Cl the men designated forthoso P-o s p ons i h-1 c p o s 1 1 i -o n s-i 1 o tyh im' 'ask himsel:^, ^7-'fHa-Y'^ I t^kon^advatitagc “cf opper^j-uhltfes. -f r -•’adVd'nc'eMcnt' "• v-htlo, inc,.cramp? -.-Havei' i tf iad 'fo do" amy t.M ng --t'd Improy o my s2i If ? hg vo' Qrdsi’ggcd me tnooj. plucos as has the fellow who has /bcon chosem?'?’ iA Follows., let disgruntii In-rThe Woods on Weaver Cfeek Tower, about i Ic' s f r ori ‘ camp Ui 1 1 the f i e 1 d.. „ from Metts' Side camp wore ‘1 out to fight ’this fire,’ The fire 40 -.-m CiTO W oaj-led coys, -from met ts feturnGd to metts fast, night .but the b 03^0 from here had to stqy in the woods all night. They a rr i vod in camp' a b out": '6 ; 50 and wore they wet, and HOW: Chow .w^s served to thorf and they fell in tbc.ir buhks andsomedidn’ t mak'ef 'che noonchow linee -_ The Wearer Creek fire wad the largest of the' sea sen on" the Y/ost side of the Uetts District. This firewas brought under ‘control f-,. under the -direction 'Of' Bill St overs, who “was assisted by Foreman DeCray, Asst. Lcader^Glyo .Pitts, Wi-sst ucader C.J.-rush. from Camp and Walker Spence' and Fire Guard’ F-'., Tonporoy/n from tho Ranger Statipn.' .. ^ FfAlscontinue to go on record time. And thedn'will as long as Mcid-i che n a nd Bushare t ho bosses • Just ask the boys, who sh'ovol thesand and drive the trucks. some .effort to ing to pay the. attain'.' price? ^:idng, Ah3'’ requires Arc^^-wo willnv 0 ; Bits of Wit. ghe — The man I marry .raust, be as ; brave as a lion, but not forward* ;. handsome as Appll o, but not con; ceated; wise a Solomon ,, but mpek i as a lambP a. rnah "who is kind to ovefywoma-h,but loves only me.” „ He ”How nice-" that we ract'; I .i. Justified : -Johnnie' was .gating ..at, his one -day ald'''br"6t'HGr who lay ffi.q.u.Ga ling., and -Yjailing-in hl'S' oot "Haw he come frora Heaven?” inquired J ohnnie c \ 'lYurse ”Yes deaf” .Johnnie^?* ^HO' wonder thoy'put hir: out' Lt stoked----”Virhat s wrorrg. this •morning, roonie?” ; Bonnie "Could' not' sloop, Sir” Lt.Stokos--”what*s the trouble” Bonnie "Wasn’t in bed, Sir"