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December 7, 1925
Lieutenant J.L. Chesebrough returned to this Company, after having
command of the Reception Company at
Fort Snelling during the period of
The Reception Company took charge
of the men upon their entrance to Fort
Snelling, gave them their physical examination, fitted them with the C.C.C.
issue clothing; and saw them to their
respective camps in the State. Al-
though Lieutenant Chesebrough did not
bring any of the ne^ men to our camp,
many of the new men were from his company at Fort Snelling.
During his stay at Fort Snelling,
about 1500 men passed through his Company, receiving examinations, clothing
and were stationed at the various CCC
Camps throughout the State.
It seems like old tjmes again to
see Lieutenant Chesebrough along with
Captain Davis on the daily inspection
tours of the camp.
"Welcome Back Lieutenant."
Supt. Deneen has asked that all
smoking in trucks going to and from
work be discontinued. This ultimatum
has been made not only because the
trucks have new canvasses but also because smoking in trucks endangers the
lives of the men riding. It surely
doesn't take so very long to make the
trip to and from work, so why not use
the ounce of prevention. PLEASE be
Good, judgment must be acquired-
Major J.J. Schmidt, Minnesota
District Inspector, accompanied by
Captain Person, Sub-District Inspector
inspected our camp a short while back.
The condition, of the camp apparently met ^ith their approval, as no
glaring defects were reported by them.
The walls of the recreation hall
have been ringing to the strains of
popular songs played by a new camp orchestra.
Mr. TTesterlund has gathered together a group comprised of; Howell
and. Bulson, Violins; Darnell, Trumpet;
Blasus, Guitar; Carl Carlson, Mandolin; and iTesterlund, Piano. There is
more talent in camp and we'd like to
see them join this group and make a
real first class band.
Dr. Jones gave his weekly lecture
last Thursday evening.
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