VOL. 4 No. 7
CCC CO. 714 SCS-3
ZUMBROTA., MINNESOTA MARCH 6, 193 9
714 CAGEfcS ENTER
Tuesday March 7, the Company 714
basketball aggregation is scheduled to
play its first game of the Cannon Falls
Gold Medal tournament with the Precscott
Although some of the boys on the
squad have been ill with the flu it is
expected that they will have all recovered by Tuesday and be alle to play.
NODES TRAIITS BUMP FOR •
SUPPLY "SARG" POSITION
Gl*\|de Lump has been taking instructions o.i the administration of the Army
supply ro xi from Frank N0des, who will
leave this month. Bump will be the new
supply sergeant when Nodes ^leaves, it was.
reported last week. .■;"'"•
*N0 LOST TIME AC CI DINT FOR ONE YE4R* ■
RECORD CELEBRATED 3Y SAFETY DINNER .'
Three SCS truck drivers, Arnold
Jacobson, KennO'th,'M*thiesonf and Sylvester Schuler were awarded certificates of
merit for excellent and safe driving of
CCC vehicles last Thursday night at the
safety dinner celebrating Company 714' s
record -one year.no lost tine accidenti-
TWO YEAR. LIMIT
Those men who will the CCC at the
end of the current enrollment periodvill
receive their discharges from the-15 th
to the 31st of March inclusivo. Vp ro -
ximately 30 men will receive mandatory
discharges because of length of service
and a similar -number have • expressed
their desire to leave although they
are elegible for re-enrollment.
According to the latest informa -
tion the following men are slated for
mandatory discharges; B. Ayer, J.3auch,
C. Blumers, W. Carpenter, E. Erictso"-.,
F. Eskelson., R. Far-is, J. Gray, S.
Kuntz, ■ .K. -Meyer, E.B.Hyers, J. Sch-
norenberg, J.O..Bale, '"'. Feathersone,
•"Polack" F.Kedro'wski, "Slim" L/Holr*
M» Olson,'S . -Schuler, c. Johnson, I*
Kouba, K.Hedegard, F. Nodes, Frank
Krause, L.J.Sikorr,ki,H. ^rench , Kenneth Mathieson. Other men will leave
thie month, but at the present it is
not know who thpy are.
GOODHUE FLASH WINS $1.00 PRIZF
"Chuck" alias "Goodhue Flash" Johnson won the dollar cash given away by
the LONE WOLF last week.