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Bear creek babble

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Title:
Bear creek babble
Creator:
Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 1406
Place of Publication:
Youngstown, FL
Publisher:
CCC Company 1406
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Edition:
October 20, 1934
Physical Description:
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Physical Location:
Box 2
Box 2: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder #1406 and #1410

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serial ( sobekcm )
periodical ( marcgt )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began 1934.

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034612543 ( ALEPH )
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whi i oi: ., wh ch ve:: al.
We missed Capt'n uiv th n while
be was in iCort b :-h.Tae yheri Just kt:w og ht h: i hre makes u fe-l better doesn't it f ell.ows ?
Let' s not forg,-t Mae West at
the Bay theater Sauuruay night in SBel e o- the NLa i Ies3 .She wants us all to come up and see her sometime
Lt. Bird went to Gainesville to see Tulan take the cake last week end; he must have taken care, as he got back to P*583 all O.K. Mrnda, at norn, and we were glad to see our Dc again.
Mr. Tiller of the Forest service is vacationg. We hope that he and family enjoy themselves.

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Hall -'e n to be
Celebrat-Cd at P-58
Plans are b~ir, made to
celebrate Hallowcr with an old time party an" 'sbindig", There is .oing to be'<,quared' dancing for those who like the c tl ti.ame breakdo n", end round danqcig will be enjoyed also. This should furnish Leasure to all. A cor:ital invitation is being e: ten:5r- ro the curr ng connuati: s to come out a d enjoy
them eo ,b u. Th- officers and the cam? personnel oe
coopy>-1 in this, so come on P-, wa. let's put it over in a big way.

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illustrqted,and should prove interesting to all. Inquire at the Library about it. ** ** ** **
The following bulletins have also been received:- T-. ,.
'"How to sell your Services''. --'"'Light Frame House Construction ,, ,
The ''Handbook for Scoutmasters.







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BSAII CREEK EABEI.E i Official Orf.an of Co, 1406 CCG.P-5f G.. Strickland .Editor C.C. Cxcdwin Managing Editor James Currington .. Hews Reporter Op'T-rts Reporter Publication under supervision of j D G lYo rt h C amp Edu c at. tona l .A dv'nej RELIGIOUS uCTIVIIIES | I District Chaplain Rousseauuas | a visitor in our camp the x^irst of last we OK. AssemOlr of the company Mond:iy night, t.’hich i.^as called, ho ma6,s a hjghly jno'^e sting talk in which h.’. welcomed thr recruits into our midst. Fe urged that every Liaii take aavantas,,e of tho muiy opp ortunj ti-es p'^escnted in the Cr'C.ior 6 e] f-improvement work, the capta.m stat':-d that it is one of the most '"aluabls p.i.eces of Yfork of its kind anyi^rhere in the country. Every member should be proud to be in the CCC because he is not only helping his family out contriibuting to a great organization The meetings being conducted by Rev. Gould on Tuesday evenings are v^ell attended, lie hope to see this continued, for they are very interesting. If you have not been coming to them you are missing something worth while, so make it a point to be there the next time. Library Notes A new book has been received in the Library. It is ’ ’Youth Rebuilds’’, ccntaing stories from the CCC. This book is attractively illustrated and should prove interesting tO' all. Inquire at the Library about iu The following bulletins have also been received ’ ‘’Kow to sell your Services’ ’ ’ ’Light Frame House Construction The ’’Handbook for Scoutmasters, Would you like to read a highly interesting book on travel? How about abock that that is packed full of Romance adventure and mystery3’sadx of strange people and srrange customs in far Piway lands, t ^ a r n wh ere o a] in ’ b al l s mx ^and siov’ery hold forth in the days q! N.R.A. T’lohnoc ‘acy and steel 0 *^ 70 crapcr.m If you would, read ’ ’Tlot Countries’’, by Aloe Waugh. Ask The Librarian for it. ^' 4 ** ** Ask Me Another Answers to last Questions 1. China, 2. The assassination of the Crom. Prince Franz Ferdinand of Austiua, at Serajevo, Bosnia, June IS, 1014. 3. ’’A Sepe.catvvl I^ople’’ who li'/e'l their lives exact, literal centoTti an.co ith the injunctions of the ’'/j o s a i c la vv 4. David iiatl Urlidi, lier husband, placed in tljo van of the army duriiir'i a b-uttle, and he was 'kilJod t.here. 5 India This week’s Questions 1, What battle of ihe War of 1812 wp.s fought after i)eace was signed? 2, Who iras the first white man to reach the North Pole? 3, Wiiab ar-> the tiiro,:? largest c i t ; ea .1 n N or t h Amor i ce. ? 4. In what continent is Lake Tanmaiiyika? S.IGio holds the highest lifetim.e baiting average in baseball? T

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