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Volumne II "'-Number'8''' February 29, 1^3e.A
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OFFICIAL r1 i
: Officials Visit
•'-Capt. Carl A. Anderson,: East Superior Sub-District Commander, and Mr.
Carl Widseth', District WuC?tional Adviser, were camp visitors February- 27,
1936. Capt. Anderson inspected the
camp and" Mr. WIdset'h conferred with
Camp Educational Adviser, Wes'terlund.
Police And Housekeeping
The Official - Personnel wish t.o
commend, the members of the organization for, the high standard of- housekeeping and police that_has been maintained. However., the clean back, yard
certainly accentuates the: gloss and
sparkle of easily seen streets and
barracks. An extra effort on the part
of each individual to maintain the
proper appearance of wood: boxes and
back drives will certainly, bring'.'us.
closer to that ever strived for. perfection. . A
The efficiency of a Safety program is determined b' the number of
injuries occuring. This organization
has been indeed fortunate, but each
and every member must ever be on the
alert to prevent possible■injuries. It
has coii.e to' the attention of the official personnel that many men are
ruaning to and from- the trucks between
the ia sh ieom and barracks, and to the
recreation hell. Caution' should be
observed especially, as our walks and
streets are slippery, and serious injuries can result froa. falls.
Carl Carlson Discharged
Enrollee Carl Carlson was dis-
[Charged from camp on. Tuesday last.
■Carl was very well liked in camp, and
he will be missed by a large number
of the men remaining. He was one of
.those unfortunates who was promoted
;from an assistant leader job in this
■camp, to that of a leader in another
[camp that did .not-organize,-.-and thus
: jlost both -ratings. Carl is to take
|over a re-tinning job in civil life.
We all extend Carl best wishes
I fro luck in the future.
New 'Toolhouse Attendant . -
• ' Otto Wenzel, News and Art Editor
: of.this publication, was given the .job
ias -toolhouse attendant, upon the discharge of Carl Carlson. Otto is a very
' handy and efficient man, and we are
; aertain 'that he will hold'this position down as capably, as-.anyone.
Good luck to you and your new
We Dance March 7
The next camp dance will be held
on Saturday, March 7. Extend your invitations now' to oe certain to have
|your company' attend. The ladies at-
I tending the past dances were all cf a
. high calibre, and their presence would
!again be appreciated. Remember fellows
•it's not" neeresarv to invite anyone
•with whom you hvould be ashamed tc be
' seen, or v/ould hesitate to 'present to
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iyour folks. Let's assure ourselves a
; good time by inviting good company.