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Vol'ume I Number 42
Qo'tobor 2, 1935
A safety meeting was held last
Thursday afternoon in the recreation
hall. Mr. Westerlund, our Educational
Adviser, gave us a talk on safety. He
read to us a very interesting article
called "And Sudden Death", by J..Furnas-.
Wednesday, October 30, ushered in'
a total of 43 new recruits to this
Company. These men, who are from all
parts of Minnesota, assembled at Fort
Snelling for a short period previous
to their coming to this Company.
To these new men - a cordial
greeting from us all. "Je hope your
stay up here is an enjoyable one, and
it will be if you will co-operate with
Captain Davis and his staff. The old
men will do all in their power to help
you. - Best wishes fcr a happy stay
at Company 719.
DEITZ'S SEWING CLUB
Dr_ Kozberg Says -
My arrival at Co. 719 was certainly a pleasant one. The general attitude of all the- members of the camp
and the remarkable improvements ... I
found here struck me as being -far beyond my expectations.' I do believe
we can all be proud of the efficient
management of the camp by our capable.
Commander, Captain Davis.
The general health of the entire
group has impressed me greatly. I
certainly hope we can maintain it. In
fact, I fell certain that if everyone
will feel free to consult me on .all
their health problems, we will all be
a more happy family and end up by being the hcalthiost group in Minnesota.
Becker has ' new'"'tracks for his
•cat-'. The jdb ' of removing the old
tracks and putting the new ones on
took four men half a day. Here's hoping, this will give you better traction
'Vince'. You'll need it.