SJHE WORLD'S LARGEST C.C.C CAMP WFi_K_Y
Volume II Numbor 25
June 27, 1936
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Rov.Jonos conducted Services here
last Thursday ni'^it. He was accompanied by Mr, & Mrs. Blackburn, Miss Helen Olson and Mr. Arnold Olson. Mr.
Blackburn gave a very interesting read
ing. Mrs. Blackburn led the group in
prayer. Mr. Arnold Olson sang a numbor
of songs, accompanied at the piano by
his sister, Helen. Rev. Jones delivered a very interesting Sermon, which
concluded the Sorvico.
Let's keep up the good attendance
Old Timer Visits
'Red* Terrell, a former enrollee
of this Company, visited our camp Friday. 'Red' commented very favorahly
on thc vast improvement that hns taken place since his departure.
On Monday, July 6th, about 30 officers will congregate at this Company
to hold their regular monthly meeting.
Commanders from the entire Suporior Sub-District will bo on hand.
POINT flATIH6 IS 95PIU5
Inspectors come and go and Company
719 still stands out as one of the
best in the entire 7th Corps Area. In
the recent inspection made by Major
Hurless, and Lt. Cooper of Corps Area
Headquarters, Omaha, Nebr., and Major
Burke of District Headquarters, Ft.
Snelling,this Company rated "SUPERIOR"
with a 95 plus score. As far as we are
ahle to ascertain, there are only two
Companies in the entire Corps that rated over 95, and that was 719 and 717
standing at the top.
The entire personell of this Company can be justly proud of the rating
given this camp. The fact that one of
the most Economically—Cons trueted-
Camps could be made into one of the
very best is proof of what can be done
by pulling together. Ihe writer feels
very proud of the small part he played
in making this an outstanding camp.
Some of the features of the camp
that came in for special commendation
were: the barracks (the first ever inspected by the officers rating 99),the
hospital (the lest ever seen) ,the officers' quarters( the finest seen), the
recreation hall and the mess hall. The
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