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August 18, 1935
We take this opportunity to
extend to Mrs. Munnecke a most
hearty welcome to the North Shore
and to Company 722.
During the past month Company
722 has sponsored two dances. The
Recreation hall has been beautifully decorated through efforts by
Ray Nelson and Ray Clark, company
funds being used for that purpose.
The music of the "Rythmn Rascals"
has attracted many from the surrounding country and if it„.is true
that these dances have become popular too much credit can not be
At the most recent meeting of
the Camp Council Jerome Gothmann
was appointed to act as chairman
of the dance committee and as such
will be in charge of all arrangements, for these dances.
TEN MEN DISCHARGED
Since the first of August ten
men have received honorable discharges and returned to civilian
life, bringing the company roster
down to 151. Those who have left
are: Boogaard, Gilpin, Loeding,
Btibal, Ewing, Hill, Irons, Peterson, Clifford, Swanson, and Fell-
Quoting from CCC Letter No.241,
Hdqs. Seventh Corps Area: "At the
end of the fifth period, enrollees^
of all classifications who so desire will be enrolled for the sixth,
period if (l)phsioally qualified
for ordinary labor and free from
active disease, (2)honorably discharged from the immediatelv preceding period of service,(3} considered worthy of reenrollment,e,nd
(4) unmarried, if a junior."
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' Morris Running who first came
to 722 in July '34 was transfered
flast week to Camp 8-59, Alvwood,
Minnesota. While a member of the
forestry personnel, Mr. Running
had been assigned to various projects and prior to his leaving had
been engaged in game management
work. The company joins with the
forestry personnel in wishing him
success in his new enterprise and
hopes that it will be possible for
both he and his wife to pay us frequent visits.
On August 4th this company ws«
inspected by Major General Bolles.
Corps Area official. The inspector
was accompanied by Major Barnwel*>
Executive Officer, Minnesota District, and Captain Anderson, ESSO