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Published by and for the employees
of ADAMS-MILLIS CORPORATION in
High Point, Kernersville, and Tryon,
North Carolina. Produced in the Dup
licating Department of ADAMS-MIL.LIS
Plant No. 1 - Helen Mason, L.ela Rus
sell, MaryMaske, Rochelle McAr
thur, Katie Saunders, and Virginia
Plant No. 2 - Ethel Fitts, Ethel Carden,
Margye Martin, Margaret Russell,
and Jessie Phillips.
Plant No. 4 - Minnie C. Nelson, Jean
Iris Smith, Ruth Hayes, andC. 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 - FayCheekand Frances Smith.
Composing Staff - Chas. Deviney, Jr.,
Addline Hill, and Ruth Ellington.
VOL. XIII July-August, 1956 NO. 6
Our cover features five employees
who have retired recently. The com
bined employment of these employees
totals 107 years. Articles about their
service with Adams-Millis Corporation
are found on pages 4 and 5.
Says" column for
this month was
written by Darrell
Department E m -
ployee of Plant # 1.
Speaking of champions. . . .
All of us like and admire a chain"
pion. Being a champion is not a simple
matter. A champion knows that he
makes mistakes, but he always listens
to his supervisor in a friendly, cour"
teous and disciplined way and works
harder to correct his mistakes in order
to become and remain a champion. He
knows that he must go forward to stay
All of us working at Adams-Millis
Corporation can be champions in the eye
of our fellow worker by doing our best
to make his work easier, instead of
taking the "I don't care, let the other
fellow worry about it" attitude. A cham
pion does not think this way. He does
his best on the job and helps his fellow
worker to do his best. With this kind of
team work, there is no hardship worked
on any member of the team.
We all know our business has not
been up to par the past few months.
There is a reason for it. Take a look
at yourself and see if you have failed to
be a champion. If so, do something about
( Continued on page 19)