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NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JUNE 15,1940. Camp Ludington-Pere Marquette News LEO CAMPBELL, REPORTER. (V-1679 Company CCC) JOHN J. APPELT Assistant Leader John J. Appelt, Appelt, company clerk of V-1679 company, was born in Chicago, April 8, 1893. He attended the elementary school, Tilden high school, and finally completed the business course of the Orris Business college of that city. John entered the U. S. Army Sept. 9, 1917, and later became a commissioned officer, 2nd Lieutenant, Lieutenant, 6th Pioneer • Infantry. He was discharged Dec. 23, 1918. Mr. Appelt was an employ of the Crane company of Chicago from 1912 to 1932, being employed employed as office clerk, stenographer stenographer and bookkeeper till the depression caused widespread widespread unemployment. He was engaged by the CWA as a census A. B. MacAuley; Subaltern Nyles Baltzer and Storekeeper Edward Edward J. Newton to consider the facilities for conducting the life guard school and swimming carnival in the early part of July. They decided on re-in- forcing the diving dock, construction construction of cat-walk 'from main dock to diving dock, and made arrangements to make swimming enjoyable and safe. -The swimming carnival will be held when the life guard school is present in order that expert talent may help and have an at Sixth Corns headquarters in the month of May. FLOWER LOVERS ATTENTION Men of the camp report that the flowers in the park are plentiful and exceedingly beautiful. beautiful. The mocassin flower can be 'seen in abundance on the Island Columbine Ul the new camp area. If you are contemplating a trip out to the park, it would be well to make It this week-end. Veterans Otto Kujawski and Victor V. Versen were transferred transferred to Ft. Wayrie Station hospital, to receive medical attention attention there. Archie Woodworth, ! in charge of motor transportation, and Ronald L. Brunke, truck driver, returned from a trip to the CCC central repair shop, Gay lord, and Camp Hartwlck-Pines. opportunity to enjoy the carni-f "veteran Edward Noiecheck val._ We hope to have a bigger returned from R^ix-Sfvi^vp and better carnival this year. Plans were formulated for participation participation in the Fourth of July returned from a six-day leave which he spent with his family family at Menominee. Junior, his

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  1. The Ludington Daily News,
  2. 15 Jun 1940, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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