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of ADAMS-MILLIS CORPORATION in
High Point, Kernersville, and Tryon,
North Carolina. Produced in the Dup
licating Department of ADAMS-MILLIS
Plant No. 1 - Helen Mason, Lela Rus
sell, MaryMaske, Rochelle McAr
thur, Ernestine Noble, Katie Saun
ders, and Virginia Wood.
Plant No. 2 - Ethel Fitts, Ethel Carden,
and Margye Martin.
Plant No. 4 - Minnie C. Nelson, Jean
Iris Smith, Ruth Hayes, and C. W.
Plant No. 7 - Etta S. Kapp, Marjorie
Chilton, Margaret Fulp, Blanche
Jackson, Viola Jones, Eva Jones,
Nannie Smith, and Louise Tuttle.
Plant No. 8 - Ann Fisher, and Sybil Po-
Machine Shop - E. Verne Snotherly.
Office - Fay Cheek and Frances Smith.
Composing Staff - Chas. Deviney, Jr. ,
Addline Hill, and Ruth Ellington.
Behold, what manner of love
the Father hath bestowed upon
us, that we should be called the
sons of God.—(I John 3,1.)
Each of us came into this
world filled with the love, the
good, of our Heavenly Father.
We depart from them through
our own wilfulness, selfishness.
But even then God continues to
love us as His children, ever
ready, through our prayers, to
forgive and help us.
It amazes visiting Europeans to ob
serve the way Americans tear down old
buildings (buildings that would be con
sidered practically new over there),
trade in automobiles after only two or
three years, and junk so many house
hold appliances or furnishings that still
have not been worn out.
Americans who go abroad find it one
of the interesting things about Europe
that people have been living in the same
houses, wearingthe same kind of cloth
ing and using many of the same kinds of
things that their grandfathers and great-
grandfathers did before them.
To Europeans, we probably seem
a restless people, without deep roots in
any one place. Where Europeans like
things ‘to remain the same, we like
change. What makes us different?
For one thing, our kind of economic
system. Our production and exchange
system is geared to the adoption of new
ideas, to improvement and rapid expan
sion. When we think we've found a way
of doing things in a better way, we aren't
satisfied to go ondoing them the old way.
Europeans might not be comfortable in
this kind of economic climate—but it has
given us more things, for more people#
than any system ever employed abroad.
ACCIDENTS DO NOT
THEY ARE CAUSED!