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Former Enrollee Returns
r MP NEWS
Former enrollee, Marvin Guth, re-
onrollod in the CCC, and was given
the privilege of re-entering this camp.
He arrived at this company on Friday
of this week, with the rest of tho new
Welcome back, Marvin.
Twenty-four now men arrived at
camp Friday last. They were selected
from the Range area..
With a word of adVice, we welcome
you men: 'Act the same way in camp as
you would in home, and we'll all be
one big happy family.
Tho CAI.P CEDAR NEWS of Co. 1709,
Hartington, Nebraska and the MO DAK
RAMBLER of Co. 765, Mohall.H. Dak.
wero adjudged the outstanding papers
in the entire Corps Area.
Those receiving honorable mention
in order, are: BIRCH LAKE NEWSETTE,
Co. 704; THE SULLIVANITE, Co. 719; TIE
BA^LA^IDS NEWSETTE, Co. 2767; THE: LEADER
Co. 3708; SYLVAN ECHO, Co. 4707; THE
LAKESIDE REVIEW, Co. 4715.
THE SULLIVANITE scored 119 points
out of a possible 120 points.
Ed. Widseth, ace tackle on tho U.
of Minnesota grid squad, and Jarles
Leirfallom, All-State tackle on tho St.
Olaf grid squad were speakers at this
camp on Friday last. The saibjoct of
their lecture was to tho effect of -
"Training To Be An Uprigit Citizon."
Forestry Pictures Sho..n
Mr. Wheeler and Mr. 3ob Roberts
from the Minnesota Forest Service
visited this company on Mondgr last.
Tney are going from camp to camp, giving lectures on Forestry and Farming,
and illustrating with slide pictures.
It was a very interesting lecture
and well received by the large number
of men present.
ANY IDEAS THAT WILL 30 FOR THE
BETT2RMENT OF THIS SHEET WILL BE WELCOME.
On Thursday, July 2nd, Rev. Jones,
carae to camp to reader Services, accompanied by an eight piece orchestra
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