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October 5, 1935
AA-'__ Brimson, Minnesota
will leave the
CCC service a-
round the middle of this
month. He is
'trip down the
and try the experiment' of two
living as cheaply as one. We
that all your
'pan' out for
the best, Doc.
. During the entire month of September, only three members of our ranks
were confined to the hospital: Virgil
Lamkin for two days, William Puree]1
for two days and Otto Gatzke for one
day. This is a record of which we
be very proud. Let's try to do that
well thru the remainder of this-month.
Foreman Henry Marshall as he lochs
now. He had all his teeth extracted
last Thursday. It's going to be'great
sport trying- to understand his orders.
Forty-one members of 719 departed
due to expiration of term, on Monday,
September 30th. They were truly a group
of 'swell guys', we regreted very much
to see them leave us. We hope that the
new men coming in can fulfill your positions as efficiently as you did.
We wish you the best of luck in
everything you attempt, and as a-farewell, let us say; 'It was great to have
known you, fellows.'
1st Lieutenant J. L. Chesebrough
was transferred from this Company to
3rd Infantry Headquarters Company. He
will be gone for an indefinite time.
Mr. Alex Whitten, ECW Inspector,
visited this camp late this week. He
commented favorably on the entire camp.
far ihp coming
CAMP DANCE -S
October IE 1935