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THE WORLD'S LAP6EST. CCC. CAMP WEEKLY-
March 21, 1336
Ihe camp time schedule will te advanced one hour on Monday, March 23,
1936. Thi s advance in the schedule
will reduce the amount of ti' e rpent or.
the work project during the late after-
noon, and will permit Ihe personnel e__-
ga^ed on the project to avoid the darn-
pest part of the day.
Stay On VMks
Stay on the designs ted wsljcs and
prevent damage to the grar-s. Keep your
camp up to its usual standard by allowing the grass to grow. Grass l.ws are
easily damaged at this time of 3rear.
No Enrollment period
No enrollment period is authorized
for the 7th period, which begins on A-
pril 1, 1936,and terminate.? September
30, 1936. Re-enrol In.-.ri1". s , ..fleeted on
March 31, 1936 are authorized only.
Discharge Certifj^cotes should be
preserved, as the original Discharge
Certific re cannot he replaced if it is
lost or eestroyed. However, a Certificate in lieu of- the lost of destroyed
Discharge Certificate may bo 'secured
upon written application to the Corps
Area C ' r.
Ihe authorized Btrohgth.'of Minhoe-,
ota Junior Companies during the 7th per
iod rrill bo 188 enrollees including t
Local Experienced Men.
A fow of the boys re e very pleasantly surprised Wednesday afternooa
last, when they came in from the field
to find their girl-friends browsing a-
bout camp, anxiously awaiting their return to camp,
.ZLbi party was shown thru the entire camp, and they insisted definitely
that it was, as they actually remarked,
"Simply wonderful J''
Tno 'lucky guys' were hosts at a
splendid luncheon served them in ritzy
style, in the mess hall.
Reverend Jones conducted Services
here on Thursday nite last. He delivered a wonderful sermon. We were also
entertained by three very talented ladies from Duluth. Mrs. Hunt read several chapters from the Bible, and also
gave a totally memorized patriotic selection of her own. Mrs. Brooks sang
two son -s for us, accompanied by Mrs.
Olmstead at the piano.
Mr. and Mrs. Testerlund, Mrs. Ryan
Doctor Grzesk, Marius Morse and Otto
Kuehne visited the scene of the hibernating bear family, out by the fire
tower on Highway #4, on Ihursd'ay afternoon last.
They tell us that the bears have
on a very heavy coat of fur, but under
it all, the-" are very thin, which leads
us to believe they will be coming out
of hihernation soon.
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