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Amco news. volume ([High Point, N.C.) 19??-19??, April 01, 1974, Image 3

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- 3 - HOSIERY SALES CENTRALIZED IN HIGH POINT OFFICES Grant LaMurap;lia In an effort to continue the improvement of sales and customer relations through better com- ■^umcation and contact with manufacturing, Don ald G. Lindner, president of Adams-Millis Ho- siery Company, has announced the centralization virtually all sales personnel in the High Point office. The New Yorkand Los Angeles sales offices have been closed and Matthew LaMuraglia of the New York office and James A. Jarvis of the Los pngeles office, along with Robert P. Grant of the hicago office, have relocated in High Point. New offices have been built in the lower level of the general office building on Elm Street; these of- ices will serve as main headquarters for the en- hosiery company's sales force. Bob Grant, senior vice president of sales nd marketing, has been with the Chicago office or the past four years. He has moved to High oint where his wife, Bette, and his daughter, Nolly, will join him in the fall. Bob has another a.ughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Ellsoos, who makes er home in Naperville, Illinois with her two chil dren, Kristi and Troy, Matt LaMuraglia, sales account executive, as been with the company's New York office since 964. His wife, Mary Ellin, and their children, att, Jr. , Thomas, James, Peter, Michael, John, aria Francesca, Mary Elizabeth, Joseph and ary Ellin, will join him in early June to make ^deir home in High Point. tho: Don't flatter yourselves that friendship au- . rizes you to say disagreeable things to your ^^tinaates. On the contrary, the nearer you ^ ^e into relation with a person, the more ^ cessary do tact and courtesy become. Ex- ®Pt in cases of necessity, which are rare, leave ^ouj. jQ learn unpleasant truths from enemies; they are ready enough to tell ^ Good breeding never forgets that self ®Psect is universal. Jim Jarvis will be in charge of distressed merchandise sales and will serve as liaison be tween sales and manu facturing for inventory control. Since 1956, he has worked in the Los Angeles area as a sales representative for the Hosiery Division. He and his wife, Alicia, are now making their home in High Point. Their only son. Captain James A. Jarvis, Jr. , is with the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and he and his wife, Sharon, are living in Frankfort, Germany. John Merrick will continue to serve in a sales capacity in the Chicago area, as will George Fi- lardi in the New York area and Frank Gordon in the Kansas area. ForrestE, Edwards and James A. Williams will remain in the High Point sales offices, For rest as national sales manager and Jim as sales manager of the Supermarket Division. Jarvis At his recent retirement dinner. Bob Bates, center, was photographed with Bascome Loflin, left, and Robert Boyles, right. The trio has compiled a record of 132 years of service with Adams-Millis. Bates led with 48 years; Loflin and Boyles follow with 44 years each. One needs common sense to succeed, and a sense of humor to be happy. --Bert Estabrook

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