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Frank M. Gordon of Kansas City,
Missouri, joined the Sales Department
of Adams-Millis Corporation on Octo
ber 1, according to an announcement by
James H. Millis, president of Adams-
Millis. Mr. Gordon will represent the
company in ;midwestern states. His
sales territory includes Missouri, ex
cept for St. Louis, western Iowa, south
western Minnesota, southwestern North
Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas
and part of Colorado.
A native of Winterset, Iowa, Mr.
Gordon lived on a farm with his parents
until 1943, at which time he joined the
Air Force, serving for 3\ years as a
pilot in the United States and Europe.
Upon his discharge in 1947, Mr. Gordon
was employedby Poindexters of Kansas
City, Missouri, where, since 1949, he
had been in charge of the hosiery de
Mr. Gordon is married and has two
Employees of Adams-Millis Cor
poration again supported the Red Cross
Blood Program by contributing 49 pints
of blood during the October visit of the
Bloodmobile. Due to inclement weather
during the August visit and a shortened
schedule for the October visit. High
Point has fallen short of its quota for
these two periods.
Donors from Adams-Millis during
the two-day October visit of the Blood-
mobile were: Gerry Bailey, Harry G.
Bell, Novella F. Boyd, JohnL.. Boyles,
Allie Mae Britt, Grayson W. Brady.
Earl F. Brooks, Duke C. Brown, Dor
othy Lee Canoy, Willard A. Chafin,
Jay Frank Dunbar, Noah M. Durham,
Claude S. Eddinger, Melvin T. Ellis,
Mildred L. Fields, David L. Frcizier,
Geoffrey A. Frost, Margaret Fulp, Ben
H. Hair, Donald Ray Hayden, Irene C.
Heath, Harold H. Hill, Wade C. Hyatt,
Georgia Ingram, Essie R. Jones, O'Dell
B. Jones, Ausbert L. Kearns, Rubye
Lea Kirk, Violet Elizabeth Lambeth,
James Jackson Love, Terry James
Martin, Jessie McCoy, Eleanor Munns,
Effie B. Patton, Jasper L. Payne, Treva
Marie Shaffer, George L. Sledge, Shir
ley Leigh Sledge, EdithM. Smith, Jerry
A. Smith, Manzeline T. Smith, A.
Stamey, Billy Ray Starbuck, Raymond
C. Stokes, Deanne Wilson, Juanita L.
Yarber and Herbert C. Warren.
Volunteer emergency donors during
the month were Ora Robbins, Ruby Kirk
and Robert Sizemore of Plant #1; and
Frankie Sears of Plant #2.
The Christ-child stood
at Mary’s knee,
His hair was like a crown,
And all the flowers looked up
And all the stars looked down.
And all the stars
looked down. -)
— Q. X. Chesterton.