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Roubaix Echo March 1941

Lost: One ring, valued at $3.50. Finder will please return to Dean Talte and claim reward of one stick of chewing gum, slightly used. It may be found somewhere on the premises of a Lead, residence.

Lawyer: If a man is in the middle of the road on his hands and knees, does that prove that he's drunk? Policeman: No, but this one was trying to roll up the white line!

This camp newspaper has been reproduced, printed, and will be available to read at the Civilian Conservation Corps Museum of South Dakota along with others.

Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty

Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty

Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Reproduced from original donated by Dean Talty
Roubaix Camp Newspaper March 1941
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