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Published by and for the employees of ADAMS-
MILLIS CORPORATION in High Point, Kerners-
ville, Mt. Airy, Hickory, Archdale, Raeford,
Graham, Haw River and Winston-Salem, North
Carolina, and Edmond, Oklahoma. Produced in
the Duplicating Department of ADAMS-MILLlS
Plant No. 1 - Helen Mason, Mary Maske,
Rochelle Ester, Virginia Wood and Ann
Plant No. 2 - Stacy Cundiff, Nancy Thomas,
Ethelene Bowman, Sally Utt, Alpha Hiatt
and Vivian Mabry
Plant No. 3 - C. W. Browning, Hilda Coleman
and Ruth Berrier
Plant No. 4 - Pearl Willard, Barbara Joyner
and Ann Young
Plant No. 6 - Nell LaFone, Geneva Fowler,
Betty Bobbitt, Margaret Whitener and
Plant No. 7 - Dorothy Phillips, Doris Camp
bell, Edith Smith, OpalAsbill, and Estell
Plant No. 19 - Louise Tuttle
Plant No. 20 - Margaret Arnette, Frances Con
ner and Peggy Johnson
Plant No. 21 - Ella McCoy, Mary Woolard and
Plant No. 22 - Lib Wood, Lib Hales, Betty
Conoly, Eloise Burns and Pauline Cox
Plant No. 51 - Pat Fogleman
Plant No. 52 - Shirley Fowler
Plant No. 53 - Edna Cude
Main Office - Donna Horton and Ruby Peurifoy
Composing Staff - Addline Hill, Bertha Hester
and Ruth Paige
A lady was reading to her little granddaughter
about how a chicken is hatched. She said, "Isn’t
it wonderful how baby chicks get out of their
shells ? "
"What I don't understand, " the child answered,
"is how they get in! "
CHECK THE HUMIDITY
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fortable at lower temperatures. A relative
humidity of 35% to 40% is desirable inmosthomes.
This level can be measured by an inexpensive
Honesty Brings Its Own Reward . . .
Whatever your sphere in life, you are sure
to find it one of temptation. You need watchful'
ness and resolution. Guard against dishonestyi
even in the smallest matters. Avoid the thing®
that lead to it--drink and extravagance, betting
and gambling, and improper associations. Lod
upon your employer's interests as if they wet®
"You must give me good measure, " said®
customer to a young man clerk one day, "yout
boss is not in."
"My boss is always in, " answered the young
man, looking seriously at the customer.
Honesty brings its own reward. Sometime®
the reward may assume the form least expected*
A clerk was directed by his employer to answe®
a letter countermanding a previous order of
goods, by saying that they had been already
shipped. It was false; and the clerk refused
write the lie. Instead of being turned away, a®,
he thought not improbable, he was made confi'i
dential clerk. Honesty's reward may not alwaY’
come in that shape; but there will always b®
enriched character, and a good conscience.
An irate employee went to the paymaster aP
carefully counted the money in his pay envelop^j
"It's one dollar short! What's the meaning ^
The paymaster checked a record sheet an^’
smiling broadly, replied: "Last week we ovet
paid you a dollar. You didn't complain about tl>®
mistake then, did you?"
"An occasional mistake I can overlook*
answered the employee, "but not two mistakes