SECOND TO NONE
^HE WOPLD'5 hARfcF.ST C.C.C.CAMP WFEkLY °
June 6, 1936
NEW JUNIOR OFFICER
Patrick B. Doran, 1st Lt. Cav-Res.
replaced Lt. Chesebrough as Junior Officer of the Connany. Lt. Doran arrived in camp to assume his new duties
on Wednesday of this week. Lt. Chese
brough left for Camp Isabella, where
he will take over his new duties.
Lt. Doran gave the following article to the press:
"It is a pleasure to be assigned
to this Company; especially to a Company with such a high rating in officers and men. This Camp is, without
doubt, the best looking all around
camo that I have ever seen in the CCC.
I was told by the Commanding Officer at Fort Snelling, Minnesota that
this is . the best camp in the District
and it was my duty to be on my toes
and learn how to properly run a Company .
Thanks, fellows, for the space
and if it is possible for me to be of
any assistance to anyone, while on duty, I v/ill be glad to serve you.
Patrick B. Doran
1st Lt. Cav-Res.
Several of the newer enrollees
turned 'softie' on us last week and
left for their haunts "back on the
prairies." We'll miss old 'Joe Brown'
Schaefer, who amused us so much with
that contagious smile. Stanley Ciez,
another fine follow, found employment
up on the Range. We enjoyed, their
company while at camp and wish them
the best of luck and success in their
Thanks For Tour Company, Ladies.
Excess Supplies Moved
It looked as though old 719 might
been moving out the othor day,
our trucks, loaded to the safety
wont in to Two Harbors. However,
we were only moving our excesa supplies to be sent down to Fort Snelling.
An unknown man from Duluth was
brought to camp with a bullet in his
thigh. The accident came about when
an 8 cylind.er pistol missed a shot, and
thinking that it was empty, tho second
man pulled the trigger again, discharging the load into the victim's thigh.
Doc. Grzora removed tho bullet
a opposite side of the inflic-