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Published by and for the employees
of ADAMS-MILLIS CORPORATION in
High Point, Kernersville and Mt. Airy,
North Carolina. Produced in the Dup
licating Department of ADAMS-MILLIS
Plant No. 1 - Helen Mason, Mary
Maske, Rochelle Ester, Virginia
Wood, Margye Martin, Mary
Deaton, Ethel Carden and Jessie
Plant No. 2 - Gertrude Scales, Vivian
Mabry, Patsy Easter, Dot McFall,
Janie Stevens, Kathleen Chilton
and Uniter Bowman.
Plant No. 4 - Minnie C. Nelson, Jean
Iris Smith, Ruth Hayes and C. W.
Plant No. 7 - Dorothy Halker, Patsy
Rush, Eva Jones, Ruby Wood,
Virginia Coggins and CarolynKing.
Plant No. 8 - Shelby Spainhour.
Plant No. 9 - Lois White.
Machine Shop - William L. Cline.
Main Office - Faye B. Spencer and
Frances H, Smith.
Composing Staff - Addline Hill, Ruth
Ellington and Bertha Hester.
Son, be of good cheer; they sins
When we have feelings of guilt, we
should recognize our past mistakes
and humbly beg for God's forgiveness.
We can rest assured that God, in His
infinite mercy, is always ready to
grant forgiveness to sinners.
ENTHUSIASM! ! . . .
That certain something that makes
us great--that pulls us out of the medi
ocre and commonplace --that builds
into us power. It glows and shines--
it lights up our faces--ENTHUSIASM,
the keynote that makes us sing and
makes men sing with us.
ENTHUSIASM--The maker of
friends--the maker of smiles--the pro
ducer of confidence. It cries to the
world, "I've got what it takes. " It
tells all men that our job is a swelljob
--that the house we work for just suits
us--the goods we have are the best.
that makes us "Wake up and live. " It
puts spring in our step--spring in our
he arts--a twinkle in our eyes and gives
us confidence in ourselves and our fel
ENTHUSIASM--It changes a dead
pan salesman to a producer--a pessi
mist to an optimist--a loafer to a go-
ENTHUSIASM--If we have it, we
should thank God for it. If we don't
have it, then we should get down on our
knees and pray for it.
Upon the plains of hesitation,
bleached the bones of countless mil
lions who, on the threshold of victory,
sat down to wait, and waiting they died.