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FOUR EMPLOYEES COMPLETE HIGH SCHOOL
Wayne Miller, clipper at Plant #1,
graduated from Denton High School with
honors. He was valedictorian of his
class, first place winner in the Ameri
can Legion Essay Contest, andreceiv-
ed the Citizenship Award. Wayne has
worked for the past two summers at
Plant #1 and has returned to work this
summer. Havingmeriteda scholarship
because of his academic achievements,
he plans to enter the University of North
Carolina this fall. Wayne is the son of
C. M. Miller, fixer at Plant #1.
Victor Clinard, boarder at Plant
#1, graduated from High Point High
School. Victor has been employed on
second shift since October 13, 1954.
His mother, Martha Clinard, isaseam-
er at Plant #7.
Lela Shore, clipper at Plant #4,
graduated from Kernersville High
School. She has been employed on second
shift since June 21, 1954. Lela is the
daughter of Ruth Shore, looper at Plant
Betty Lou Sheehan, seamer at Plant
#8, graduated from Mill Spring High
School. She has been employed at Plant
#8 since August 31, 1950.
OUR 1955 GRADUATES
As an inspiration to our 1955 gradu
ates, we are reprinting a letter received
from Johnny Eugene Edmonds, a former
employee of Adams-Millis Corporation.
Johnny worked in the Throwing Depart
ment of the Full Fashioned Plant from
1933 to 1936, and graduated from High
Point High School while employed here.
He later graduated from George Wash
ington University, receiving all of his
education there by attending night
school and, at the same time, holding
a full-time position with the Department
of the Navy. Mr. Edmonds is now As
sistant Head of Field Industrial Rela
tions with the Bureau of Aeronautics of
the Department of the Navy. His De
partment provides policy guidance in
Industrial Relations matters for the
Naval Aeronautical Shore Establish
ment, which is made up of 120 separate
field activities with approximately
80,000 civilian personnel.
Mr. Edmonds is married and the
father of two children. His sister,
Louise Edmonds, is employed as a loop
er at Plant #1.