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- Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) -- Company 4451
- Place of Publication:
- Shady Grove, Florida
- Civilian Conservation Corps
- v.1, no.1, October 5, 1935
- Physical Description:
- volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
- Physical Location:
- Box 2
Box: Publications of CCC camps by number 453-4451
Folder: C.C.C., #2444, #4430, and #4451
- Subjects / Keywords:
- Camps ( FAST )
Young men ( FAST )
Depressions ( FAST )
Forests and forestry ( FAST )
- serial ( sobekcm )
periodical ( marcgt )
- 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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- University of Florida
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- UF Special Collections
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- 034621646 ( ALEPH )
962067614 ( OCLC )
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:v NOTICE Â’Â•* COMPANY 4451 TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THE FIRST ISSUE OF THE CAMP PAPER, ENTITLED THE Â” CAMP HURRICANE CHRONICLEÂ”. THIS PAPER IS TO EE A MEEKLY PUBLICATION AND ENOUGH COPIES VT ILL BE PRINTED THAT EVERY MAN 0? THE COMPANY rT ILL EF ABLE TO HAVE. A COPY, TO READ AND SEND TO THE FOLKS. BACK HOME. THE PURPOSE 0? THIS PAPER IS TO LEND INTEREST AND TO ACQUAINT MEMBERS OF THE COMPANY AND THEIR PEOPLE AT HOME WITH THE GENERAL ACTIVITIES OF CAMP LIFE. REMEMBER THAT THIS IS "OUR PAPERÂ” SO Â• Â“LETS MAKEIT ONE THAT Y/E CAN BE PROUD OF. TURN YOUR NEEÂ’S ITEMS AND ARTICLES IN TO Â” HUNTERÂ” AT THE LIBRARY.
t Camp Hurricane Chronicle Oct. 5,1955 Page 2 CAMP PERSONNEL Capt. JAM. TATUM CommandingOfficer 1st ,Lt .S.B. Garner Mess Officer 1st. jit. G.W.Neece Camp surgeon 2nd.Lt. H.C.Wood Quartermaster Mr .M.M. Prewitt Project Superintend nt Mr. S. C .Bell Educational Adviser Â• Â•Â• Â• i MESSAGE TO COMPANY BY CAPT. TATUM This company was launched in the CCC World on Aug 24, 1935 It was visited by a hurricane on Sept .4th which broke up one of the barracks and blew down most of our trees, but ft did not hurt the morale or break doÂ’Ti the company spirit. The cadre sent to form the nucleus of the company, coming hero from Co *1432, Clayton > Ala, have performed their duties' creditably. The rookies, with a' few exceptions have put their shoulders to the wheeland are working for the camp. This company is going to bo heard from in the CCC. To date, one month and two Weeks after organization we have not had a single desertion. Mo are proud of our bar racks, and intend to issuea challenge to other camps for neatness, cleanliness and orderliness. Ac are going to put our kitchen and raesshcail in such shape that it will be second to none. We are not bragging Â— come and' see for yourself. One t h mi g, boys, has nc place in this camp life. Remember it, or forget it .no bo sorry. That is whiskey. Lot it alone. On visits to nearby towns those members who do not conduct themselves honorable wil-l be left in camp Watch Company 4451, CCC
Camp Hurricane Chronicil 3 Oct 5,1955 Page 3. ***PAY DAY*** Buzzards may fly high in mobile, but the Eagle flew low here I -Ton. screaming an average of six times to mcs'c members of the company. The company was formed in front of the orderly room and Capt. Tatum gave a short and worthwhile message on taking care of money, aty art equally as difficult to attain as the money itself, A penny saved is a penny ea rned and with these thoughts in mind the company passed through in line and received the golden sheaves. ** SUNDAY SCHOOL** ORGANIZED Several weeks ago a Sunday School was organized by members of the camp, Fred Hunter acting as superintendent. The class meets at 9 : 30, Sunday morning in the recreation hall. At present Â‘lessons are taken from the Now Testament and it is hoped that in the near future lesson sheets may be obta ined from the Chaplai] ***3IG PARTY WED. NIGHT*** Members of the company are indebted to the 3hi low Baptist Church of Madison for a very enjoyable evenings entertainment last Wed. The company as a -whole was invited and six. trucks taking all who cared to go, left soon, after supper. We wish lo thank the members of this church fop a very good time and for the interest they have shown to the boys of the camp. Â•'U'-x-GLEF CLUB NOTES*** The Glee Club put on its first program Sun. Sept 22 at the annual reunion of the wigginsville BapEisfl; Church, the program being directed by Curtis Read. Several numbers were given by quartets and others by she entire club. Sunday Sept 29 the quartet sang two numbers at the Madison Baptist Church at a special program and carried off honors.! The C-lee Club has established an excellent record for its ability to sing and entertain. Twenty members are practicing six hours a week and many trips are planned for the future. -'**FDUCAT I ONAL PROGRAM** Mr. Bell, who has been assigned .as CEA to this company, has been in camp several days preparing and outlining the educational program. Several classes have already started and it is hoped that by next week the program will be .fully under way. Â’Natch the bulletin board for announcements. I L addition to his duties here, Ur. Boll also has charge of the educational activities at Foley, with Company 14l0;ho-cver,ho will spend approximately half his time with this co mp a ny ***D 1 3 CHARGES** Three members of the company wore discharged during the past week. These men were, Willie Jacksoj Charles Cooks and Alex Dennis V/e enjoyed having those men with : us and hope they will all obtain good jobs back home
Camp Hurricane Chronicle EagC-iL Oct 5 1955 ***NEU LOCAL SfTRO LLSES *** Sixteen new men were enrolled several days ago. These men arc all from the surrounding communities and at present are under quarantine here in camp and it is to them that we owe many of the improvements that are helping the general appearance of the camp *** BASEBALL **& The Aucilla Giants defeated the* Camp Hurricane nine in a hard fought nine inning game, the score beinglS to EO This was the first game the boys have played; however much better results arc expected in the return game The Hurricane Boys used two pitchers, but wer e never able to overcome the Giants lead. CHAFF*** YJillio sowed his wild oats-He's now praying for a crop failure. Fair maid: "So youÂ’re a naval surge on. My goodness, how you doctors do specialize Some people can stay longer in an hour than others c p n in we eli _> /_ o n o e o e o o e r e o l _> l _v_ o c o ^ q _y qclcqc JohnÂ’s head was like a doorknobanybody could turn it ***BOXIFG RING BUILT*** A new standard size boxing jing has just been completed near the Recreation Hall. Gloves and other equipment -will be here Saturday, when practice will actually begin Lights will be placed over the ring to permit night practice, and all are encouraged to try out in order that a team may be selected to represent the camp.. Clerk: "Yes sir.ThatÂ’s the smartest hat we've got" Jimmie: "It doesnÂ’t have to be smart. I '11 put the brains in it" And speaking -of hats Such happiness IÂ’ve never known. Today has been Red Letter Â— A friend showed me his new fall h *-;hr:-B00KS FOR GLEE CLUB** A number of folders have been prepared by Mr .Bell, containing words to a number of the old favorite songs. Some of these have already be issued to members of the Glee Club, others are still in the library. If any member of the company has the wards to some song ho wants the Glee Club to sing, turn it in to the library. hat And I. like mine much better PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY SPEND YOUR DOUGH AT THE CANTEEN'