March 16, 1935
The Canteen At A Glance
It might interest some of you to
get a bird's eye view of the business
that is being done in our canteen.
The following information has been
secured from Dr. "eyer, our canteen
During the month of February the
4600 bars of candy
1211 packages of cigarettes
430 5^ sacks of tobacco
253 10. sacks tobacco
17j 15. sacks tobacco
96 bars soap
These items are just the high
lights of the month's sales. The
^ross sales for the month was $771.76.
Of this sum, $200.00 was turned over
to the Company Fund as dividends.
As the end of this period draws to
a close, there seems to exist a feeling
of uncertainty among a certain few in
this camp. The uncertainty involved in
this issue is; 'Will'I be allowed to re-
enroll or not? Will I be turned down
because I was A.W.O.L?' These are some
of the questions the boys are asking
themselves. No individual who has done
his work and observed the rules of the
camp should have any cause to worry
It is unfortunate, however, that we
find in every camp a certain few who's
main ambition in life is to get by with
as little as possible. These few are
the ones that should have cause to worry.
Should any enrollee in this camp be
refused the right to re-enroll, he has
only jrji'ftself to blame.