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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-MILLIS
Plant No. 1 - Helen Mason, Mary Maske,
Rochelle Ester, Virginia Wood and Ann
Plant No. 2 - Stacy Cundiff, Nancy Thomas,
Ethelene Bowman, Sally Utt, and Alpha
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 - Sherri Jones, Dorothy Phillips,
Faye Robbins, Edith Smith, Glenda
Osborne, Joy Myers and Marie Hutchins
Plant No, 19 - Louise Tuttle
Plant No. 20 - Margaret Arnette, Patricia
Angel, Frances Connors, Ruth Smith and
Plant No. 21 - Becky Garcia, Jane Gordon,
Carolyn Williams, Brenda Hill, Vernie
Tucker, Mozelle Rayburn and Gail Agner
Plant No. 22 - Dorothy Atkinson, Betty Conoly
and Lib Wood
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
Patience Is A Virtue. . .
Perhaps the most important lesson
have learned from the people of the Orient
is the virtue of patience. Buddha called
patience "the greatest prayer. " Mohammed
said it is "the key to content. " Confucius
warned his followers that the lack of even
a small amount of patience often can upset
But how difficult it is sometimes to b®
patient. How frenzied we get when out
ambitions are not realized as rapidly as v?®
hope! And how easy it is to become itu'
patient with others--forgetting that, S-S
Thoreau suggested, they may be "hearing
a different drummer" and "stepping to tb®
music they hear. "
Patience is the mother of serenity. Put'
haps you ought to make a greater effort t®
add it to your virtues. "Have patienc®
with all things," said St. Francis, "bu*
chiefly with yourself!"
Conorapid Installed At TexElastic Raeford Plant
Ruth Parks, first shift cone winder at TeX'
Elastic's Raeford plant, threads up position on
the new Conorapid, recently purchased to handl®
all OMM yarn re-tubing.
Running at approximately 27, 000 r.p.m.
the ten positions of this new machine will fr®®
up two OMM covering machines which previously
had to be used for re-tubing. In addition to n®'
tubing better than twenty-five times as fast 3^®
the old method and freeing the two machines t®
be put into production, the Conorapid also deliY
ers a more uniform package.