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THE WORLD'S LARGEST CCC CAMP WEEKLY
July 18, 1936
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Rev. Jones conducted Services here
last Thursday evening. He brought with
him Mrs. Van Pyk, pianist, Mr. Monrod
Jensen, soloist, and Miss Peterson,
soloist, to entertain us.
He also brought Mr. and Mrs. J.A.
Stewart with him. Mr. Stewart read the
Scripture to us. Mrs. Stewart promised
to bake an Angel Food Cake for us somo
time in the near future; but, we have
to furnish the ice cream,of which Capt.
Davis gave his approval.
Rev. Jones delivered his usually
exceptional Sormon, which ended the
rounds of golf on our sporty little
Smoker To Be Held Next Thursday
Next Thursday evening, July 23,
is the date set for the 'Smoker', a
pleasure event in commemoration of our
attaining a SUPERIOR rating. It will
be a total stag affair, with a Dutch
lunch. There will also be some evening entertainment. The boxing instructor has arranged a number of bouts for
Captain Davis has extended invitations to a number of prominent men
of Duluth and Two Harbors. Most of
the men invited will be here some time
Thursday afternoon to enjoy several
Former Superintendent Vists
Art Nelson, former Company Superintendent and his wife visited camp
last Tuesday night.
Art is now head engineer on all
State PWA projects.
He was ouite pleased to see tho
camp in its SUPERIOR stage, which is
ouite an improvement since his serviee
here as Superintendent.
Take Civil Service Examination
Darrell Johnson and Lyndon Kellogg
journeyed to Duluth Wednesday last
to take a Civil Service Examination.
Although it was 101'ih the shade
and the examination lasted from 8:30
A.M. until 2:00 P.M., both boys think
they fared well.
Father Libold of Duluth came to
camp this morning to render Catholic
He heard Confessions and gave Communion to a number of boys.