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Vol. XXIII No. 1
LAVRA DOGGETT RETIRES MEET YOUR SUPERVISOR
Laura Doggett admires one of
the gifts presented to her by the main
office staff on the occasion of her
retirement. Looking on are Daphne
Hensley and Jack Adams, Order De
On Wednesday afternoon, Decem
ber 30, 1964, all work ceased in the
main office for an informal party to
honor Laura Doggett who retired from
the Order Department. Vice-President
H. G. Bell expressed appreciation for
Laura's thirty-six years of loyal and
efficient service with the company.
Born in Burgess, S. C. , Laura
attended school in Conway, after which
she taught at Bur col, S. C. , for four
years. In 1920, she moved to High
Point with her family. For seven
years, she was bookkeeper for Mc-
Lellan's Store, and in 1928, came to
work in the Order Department of
Adams-Millis. She remained in that
department until her retirement.
Married to Oscar H. Doggett,
Laura has one son, Aaron Hucks, by
a previous marriage. There are three
grandchildren and one great grand
child. The Doggetts are active mem
bers of First Baptist Church in High
Point; they reside at 204 Juanita St.
James C. Lindsey
the month, is a
newcomer to our
tape plant; he has
joined MAC Panel
as a research
be engaged in
testing and work
in the research laboratory.
Formerly with the central re
search group of Celanese Corporation
and with Ampex Corporation as a
research chemist, he holds a B.S.
degree from Pennsylvania State Col
lege. He is also a member of the
American Society for Testing and
Materials, Society for Paint Technol
ogy and of the technical association
of the pulp and paper industry.
Lindsey is married to the former
Miss Alma Henderson, of Atlanta,
Georgia. They have two children--
James, Jr., age 13, and Adrian, age
4. The Lindseys live at 1105 Blain
Street in High Point.
In recognition of his intense inter
est and support of athletics and sports
throughout the nation. J. H. Millis has
been named a delegate-at-large to the
National AAU, the organization that
sponsors and governs amateur athlet
ics. There are only ten delegates-at-
large; Millis was appointed to fill the
vacancy created by the death of General
Douglas McArthur. Millis has given
much of his time in promoting amateur
athletics through the AAU, particularly
the swimming meets held in High Point.