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FRANK WHITE NAMED MANAGER NEW YORK
OFFICE. JIM MANNING PROMOTED.
FRANK S. WHITE
Frank S. White has been named
Manager of the New York Office of
Adams-Millis Corporation. Mr. White,
a native of Ridgewood, New Jersey, has
been a member of the Adams-Millis
Sales Staff since 1931, representing his
firm in New England, Pennsylvania and
New York. He also handles various
chain store accounts.
Elizabeth Demchak and her family
visited recently in Pittsburgh, Penn. ,
in order to attend the wedding of a rela
tive. "Lib" is a boarder at Plant #2.
Know what to do for a drowning "per
son if you can't swim? The Institute
For Safer Living warns, don't make it
a double drowning by going in. Throw
the victim a rope, try toreachhim with
abranch, push a boa rd or log out to him.
If you go for help, be sure to line up on
the shore two sticks or four stones to
get a fix on the exact spot where the per-
in was last seen.
James P. Manning has been named
to succeed H. E. Newham, who has re
signed. Mr. Manning has been with
Adams-Millis Corporation in the High
Point Office in the capacity of stylist
and in charge of merchandising. He
has also acted as liaison between
Adams-Millis and its customers.
Manning has had a wide range of
experience in the hosiery field. A
native of New York City, he attended
New York University and graduated in
merchandising and retailing. Prior to
joining Adams-Millis Corporation, he
was hosiery buyer for General Retail
Corporation, composed of approxi
mately 450 retail stores.
Roscoe Sledge, foreman of the
knitting department of plant two, and
Russell Wilson, plant seven knitter,
have been in the hospital recently to
get "patched up. " We are looking for
ward to their return to work after the
vacation week. Mrs. Pearl Watkins
and Marvin Lee, both of plant seven,
have also been hospitalized recently.
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