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ft-5 16. 1935
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Company 719 will hold open house
Sunday February 17th to the public.
It is hoped that there fill be a
goodly number of visitors on hand
to look the camp over. We have
just reasons to feel proud of our
camp and shall welsome inspection
by the public. AnY little courtesies you men can extend to our
visitors will be greatly appreciated.
Best Foremen's Quarters
Believe it or not, but the Quarters of our forest foremen
best in all the
State camos and that will probably go for other camps. Not only
is it the best, but it is also
the best kept up. Word to this
effect has reached Mr. Smith's
office in St.Paul (Mr. Smith is
the Staue Camp Superintendent).
So well does Bob think of these
quarters that he has asked for a
detailed plan drawn to scale. He
stated that in the event future
camps are organised duplicates of
our foremen's home would be constructed to house the new forestry
we always knew we had a clean
group of foremen. Our hats off
to you men.
Forestry triumphs over Army in
LeFevre takes 3 straight from Doc
If the bill, being drafted by
General Douglas McArthur, Chief
of Army, is put through and acted favorably upon by Congress,
CCC enrollees will be able to enlist in tne army for a term of
two months. The purpose of this
movement is the establishment of
a partially trained reserve
force to number some 100,000. T^e
enlistment would be voluntary
and men thus trained would be
available to fill the regular
army ranks when there was a need
for them. At the end of tv/o
months, the men are put on the
inactive list and would receive
#24a00 a year to keep the War
Department informed as to their
whereabouts; also they would
present themselves periodically
As a result of the Educational
meeting hel here, Company 719
is coming in for a bit of real
The Lake County Chronicle, Two
Harbors, and the E^luth Herald
gave this Company some dandy
write-ups. Copies of these
papers are being secured so you
may read them.
These many favorably comments should act as p.n incentive
to continue and. even better the
efforts we have made to make
.-6 camp outstanding in the State.