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WILL SELL HORSES
REDIT to Sgt. Dapp and
Corporal Butterly for the
splendid Christmas ban
quet. We can be proud
of a dinner with twenty-
two varieties of food and luxuries all
at once. We were all sorry the
twenty-two men on their way to At
lanta could not be here to enjoy the
hig day with us.
“Monk” Maywold has been taking
a two weeks course of instruction in
advanced K. P. work. However he is
not alone in his new endeavors.
Sergeant Hubbard dreams from one
day to the next of that “Virginia Dare”
that awaits in that city of hills, Lynch
MORE THAN 1,000 ANIMALS TO
More than 1,000 horses and mules
will be sold at auction at the Auxiliary
Remount Depot, No. 306, Camp Greene
on Tuesday, January, 7th. The sale
starts at 9 o’clock in the morning.
These animals had been selected
for overseas service and are now con
sidered as surplus property since the
war ended. In the allotment for sale
are 250 riding or driving horses, 150
draft horses, 500 heavy mules, 150
light mules. Arrangements have been
made with Railroad Transportation
agents to have cars placed at loading
pens before the day of sale for the
convenience of the buyers. Lieuten
ant J. W. Corbitt, of the Quartermas
ter Corps is in charge of. the sale.
Following men have
been discharged and re
turned to their homes:
Leon M. Howe, Gard
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NEW YEAR’S PROBLEM
Most everyone was sorry they were
not included in the list to drive trucks
overland to Atlanta, but from all re
ports so far we who did not go were
lucky. The only ones we feel decid
edly sorry for is “Senator” James,
and our own “Madam” Demers.
We understand that Sergeant Wil
liams of S. P. U. No. 371 has taken
for himself a fair maiden, for life
too, anything to report. Sergeant, in
regards to the rumor?
Leslie Station has been an exceed
ingly busy man during the Christmas
rush, but he keeps his eye open for
boxes of candy and the like, so as to
make his plans to be present when
said boxes are opened. Good busi
ness, Eh? Leslie, during Christmas
Chester D. Cole, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Percy L. Boyd, Valley Falls, Kans.
^Abraham Rosenberg, New York City,
^LOTis Valenstein, New York City,
Clifford D. Bunce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Sgt. Hinman is spending a few days
at his home at Porthmouth, Va.
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Corp. Beall spent X-mas day visit
ing friends at Gastonia, N. C.
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Ord. Sgt. Ford and Sgt. Callow spent
X-mas with friends at Lake View, S. C.
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Lieut. Stagg with Lieut. Fleming
spent Christmas at Rock Hill, S. C.
They were the guests at a dance and
reception given there Christmas Eve
by Miss Maude Barron. During
Christmas day they were the guests
of Mrs. W. M. Dunlap, of that city.
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WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT
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Money seems to have been very
scarce just before the holidays, lucky
some of the fellows have kind wives,
Privates Blake, Griffin, and a few
others were lucky enough to get a
few days furlough during the holidays.
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It has been reported that two men
have recently taken a bath, we refuse
to mention any names in this regard,
but the rest of the company can ex
tend their regards to whoever they
think it is. Their new attempt surely
has changed their appearance.
• NEEDED THEM
Corporal Armstrong drew two ex
tra foot-lockers day before Christmas
to keep his candy, cigars, presents of
all kinds in. That is an instance of
true and faithful girls back home
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The Motor Transport office has been
real classy the past few days, most
of the officers and men of that estab
lishment have been smoking that not
ed brand of cigaretts “Pall Mall”
Thanks to Despatcher Alcott.
Gergeant Galloway has spent the
By order of the Secretary of War,
Lieut. Stagg, commander of the 117th
Ordnance Depot Company has been
appointed Assistant Armament Officer
of the Southern Armament District.
Nine more men were added to the
list of those to whom furloughs have
been granted when the following left
for their homes for different periods
varying from five to fifteen days;
Gebhart to Worcester, Mass; Cole to
Frankfoi t, Ky.; Blanchard to Arling
ton, Mass; Gibelli to Boston, Mass;
Higgins to Mcatpiellier, N. H.; Mul-
vey and Mulvehill to Lowell, Mass;
Racine to Providence, R. I.; and Shan
non to Springfield, Mass.
Second Lieutenants Moore and Dem
psey were the guests of the Detach-
ment Mess on Christmas Day. They
also attended the dance at the Red
Cross Home the previous night.
last two weeks in Charlotte looking
over the “Art Shops” of that /city.
We wonder why?
When there is no sunshine outside,
look for it inside.
We can remember the bad times
we had—how many good times can we
Whitewash wears off, after awhile.
To the Officers and Men of CAMP GREENF
CORDIAL GREETINGS JIND ^EST WISHES FOR HAPPY INFEW YEAR
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