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A Farewell Dance at Lowiston t.
"* Community AudTtor'ium_> e*.*^
Thursday evening, .June .28 th,
narked the dote of another event'
in the lives of the members of
Go. 1716. A farewell dance was
given at the.Lewiston Community
Hall on that date for the enrollees who left the camp the
last of the month'because of the
expiration- of their term, ftfusic
was furnished by a section of ,";
the Lewis ton band. Dancing wa3
the main diversion of the evening e-'nd every one present seemed to be. enjoying themselves immensely.
It is very likely that there
wore lumps in many throats as
"^ the boys gathered around the
truck carrying the ex's to the
station, yet we hope we-will
see thorn again some time in the
near future and wherever they go
wc wish them luck and happiness.
of tho ev
of a negr
set the c
o or s h ow pre aen t ed by a
Cb> 1716 was received
t up prov al' "by' th c gu e s t s
o sho.t.gun. wedding which
rowd in an uproar._, An
oned square dunce with
lad$ impersonators and
lly and a vocal' duet by
!?iffht.; Enrollees leave Saturday
-"*" • Juno 3<JEh.
Silence prevailed over' the
mess hall Saturday morning, June
30th, in'st'ead of the usual amount
of conversation,. ' Of. course every
o'ne wai3 thinking of the same
thing that in two hours or less
eight of the company w'ouId bo
leaving for their homes-leaving
an empty space in the* hearts ■
among the fairer, sex',- for the
boys are all well liked by most
everyone and made" many friends,
among the people of the community.
HHkk Progressing Rapidly.
Several soil erosion projects
are under way in the Lewiston
community under the supervision
of the leaders of Company 1716
and the State Engineers attached to this carp, and all are
progressing rapidly. This is
due, no doubt, to the splendid
cooperation of all concerned,. -.
It must be said of Compapy 1716
that a better groups of officers, leaders and men wouid
be very hard to find. Everyone is willing to do,his part
to the best of his ability,
therefore the best results ob-r .'
tainable are.being shown by
the work.of the men•of Co.1716.
Now. Educational Advisor Ar
Mr. Persun, our new Educational advisor arrived this
month and he expects to start
classes in the very near future.
He divides his time between' ,.
Whitewater Camp and Lewiston,
and we expect much good to be
'done, by him educationally the
next few months. Mr. Persun,
We welcome you.