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H. A. MILUS
Mr. H. A. Minis, member of the
Board of Directors of Adams-Millis
Corporation from March, 1944, to
March, 1955, died November 14, 1955.
Mr. Minis, who spent his entire
life in High Point, was a son of James
Henry Millis, co-founder of our com
pany, and a brother of Mr. J. E. Millis,
president of the Board of Directors of
our company. One of the original stock
holders of Adams-Millis, Mr. Millis
hadmaintained interest in the company
since its beginning.
H. A. Millis, Jr., succeeded his
father as a member of our Board of
Directors last spriAg.
RUFUS E. SHAW
Rufus E. Shaw, foreman of our
Machine Shop, died on October 12, 1955.
Mr. Shaw had been in charge of our Shop
since October 1, 1945, coming to us
from Edwards Machine Shop in Sanford.
Born in Greensboro, Mr. Shaw had
worked in machine shops since he was
A supervisor who believed in being
a leader of men instead of a driver, Mr.
Shaw quickly won the loyalty and respect
of his employees.
He possessed the ability to plan and
execute the making of the many intricate
parts for our machines, many of which
require several operations. Our Shop
expanded under his supervision, with
several new machines being added.
Mr. Shaw married Mrs. Thelma
Troxler in June of 1929, who survives
with one son, Donald.
Zeb Vance Greene, 27-year old
twister in the Throwing Department of
Plant #9, died suddenly on October 13,
1955. Although he had been sick for ap
proximately eight months, his death was
Mr. Greene resided at Mill Springs
in North Carolina and had been employ-
edbyAdams-Millis since June of 1954.
He is survived by his wife, Virginia,
and six children.
ZEB V. GREENE