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of ADAMS-MILLIS CORPORATION in
High Point, Kernersville and Mt. Airy,
North Carolina. Produced in the Dup
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Maske, Rochelle Ester, Virginia
Wood, Margye Martin, Mary
Deaton, Ethel Carden and Jessie
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McGee, Gertrude Fulk, Kathleen
Chilton, Mary Harvey, Winfred
Stanley, Janie Stevens and Uniter
Plant No. 4 - Minnie C. Nelson, Jean
Iris Smith, Ruth Hayes and C. W.
Plant No. 7 - Dorothy Halker, Hilda
Moorefield, Eva Jones and Patsy
Plant No. 8 - Shelby Spainhour.
Plant No. 9 - Glenda Burns.
Machine Shop - C. O. Young.
Main Office - Faye B. Spencer and
Frances H. Smith.
Composing Staff - Addline Hill, Ruth
Ellington and Bertha Hester.
I shall walk at liberty.
It is through the presence and
power of the Christ within us that we
walk in liberty, because the Spirit of
Christ knows no bondage or limitation
and is ever strong, ever victorious.
When Are We Well Off? . . .
America is the result of pioneers
not knowing when they were well off.
Risking their lives on the salty deep,
starving and racked by fever, shooting
and being shot by Indians, snatching
garden patches out of the wilderness,
moving west and doing the same thing
over and over and over again. Why
didn't they stop somewhere ? Didn't
they know when they were well off?
When are we well off? Who can
say? Europeans say the American is
crazy, running around and getting no
where. The American answers that
business in America is a game, not a
job; it excites the sporting instincts
as much as the acquisitive instincts.
If we knew when we were well off,
would there be anything that seems
worth having? We climb and climb;
a few of us fall and get up again; a few
of us retire only to find we want to get
back into the game; it is the climbing
upward that has put America at the
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