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FLAY MARSHALL MAY PENDER
Following an illness of short dura
tion, Flay A. Marshall, Plant #4, died
on May 28, 1955.
Born on August 10, 1901, Mr.
Marshall came to workat Adams-Millis
Corporation in Kernersville on Novem
ber 21, 1940, as a night watchman and
lot man in the Knitting Department, and
workeduntil May 10, 1955, whenhe be
He resided on Route #1, Kerners
ville. His wife, Fannie Marshall, is
employed as a looper at Plant #4; and
his daughter, Helen M. Hill, is a form
er employee of Adams-Millis.
Mrs. Marshall will receive ap
proximately $3, 000. 00 from Mr. Mar
shall's Profit Sharing Account.
Mrs. May Corum Pender, retired
employee of Adams-Millis Corpora
tion, died on June 5, 1955. After 30
years of continuous service as a mender
at Plant #4, Mrs. Pender was retired
in December of 1948. Her son. Clay
Pender, is presently employed as a
knitter at Plant #4.
Know how to remove a tick from
your skin? Quickest, safest way says
American Mutual's Institute For Safer
Living is to put a drop of ether, chloro
form, nail polish remover, even lighter
fluid on him. Don't do this near a light
ed cigarette. Don't yank him out--an
embedded tick's head can cause serious
Mrs. R. L. George, sister of Ollie
High. Ollie is a looper at Plant #1.
William D. Lewis, father of James
Lewis, lone Calhoun and Charles Lewis.
James is Superintendent of Plant #7,
lone is a folder at Plant #1 and Charles
is a knitter a,t Plant #7.
David Holcomb, brother of Mar
garet Shore. Margaret is a looper at
Mrs. Mary Kinsey, mother of Jack
and Harold Kinsey. Both Harold and
Jack are employed in the Boarding Room
of Plant #7.
T. L. Barnhardt, brother of Wade
Barnhardt. Wade is a boarder at Plant
E. W. Atkins, father of Ernest
Atkins. Ernest is our Assistant Chem
Mrs. Jule M. Stillwell, wife of
Jule Stillwell and mother of John Still
well. Both Jule and John are board
ers at Plant # 1.
And thou shalt love the Lord
thy God with all thy heart, and
with all thy soul, and with all
thy mind, and with all thy
strength: this is the first com
mandment.—(St. Mark 12,30.)
Loving God, cleansing our
selves constantly of evil and
self-will, that we may live fully
in harmony with the All-Good,
Almighty, Heavenly Father, is
no part-time occupation. We
must live completely within
Him. It can be accomplished
only by constant prayer and
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