Cfi W JCAMP F-<3 SCHROEQER^ M'NN.
Saturday. June 8, 1935
Several of the older members of
our camp will bo leaving soon as
they have,been chosen as cadres to
be stationed at Company 3705, .Temperance. They are as follows:
Max Gretsch, senior foreman
John Galloway, supply seaxant
Fred Wilson, me-ss seargent
Clarence Braun, company clerk
Sunry Olson, first cook
Ray Ferguson, first cook
2d Butenhoff, second cook
Harry Blaisdell, second cook
Marko Vukovich, baker
Marvin Hedenland, ass't.leader
Ray DuBay, ass't. leader.
: We wish them the best of luck in
their new positions and now; camp.
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; CHURCH NOTES
Protestant services will be held
in the Recreation tent, tomorrow ,
7:00 P. M.. We want to see as many of you there as possible.
Viktora('down by Lako Superior) :
"Look at the Ore Boat J"
Joe Maly: "Do they row it by
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".Killer" Dushek succeeds , "killer"
Gretsch as first aid man. He's
an excellent veterinarian. !
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Father Lobbins has two radios
now. None of them work, however. *
He quotes, "I'll have one working
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Libra: "I'm forgetting women."
Klitzke: "So am I. I'm'for getting a couple right away."
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Youth is said to desire the
spotlight, but you see no evidence of it in the parked cars.