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Amco news. volume ([High Point, N.C.) 19??-19??, October 01, 1987, Image 6

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Page 6 Retirees Page Phillips Plant 2 Ada Ridge Plant 7 Bertie Roberts Plant 11 Dot Clark 50 Years Earnest Harden 45 Years Annie Phillips 45 Years Gene Yow 45 Years Rochelle Ester 40 Years AlmaBingman Plant 2 Geneva Biby Plants Sadie Weavil Plants Mrs. Marie Hutchins Plant? Addline Hill Print Shop High Point Matilda Clontz 30 Years Evelyn Dollyhite 30 Years Jev/ell Patterson 25 Years Dossie Stephens 25 Years Nancy Jeffreys 25 Years PollieBrothertd 25 Years Ruth Paige Print Shop High Point Service Awards III Meiiioriaiii Mamie Sue Gober Plant 1, retired Eva Clapp Mother of Gerry Bailey Administrative Office Mildred Burton Plant 1, retired Thirty-eight Adams-Millis employees will celebrate ser vice anniversaries in the Oc tober to December 1987 period, one of whom has been with the company for 50 years. Dot Clark, assistant super visor of the Plant 3 folding de partment will celebrate 50 years with the company on Novembers. Three others — Earnest Harden. Plant 4; .A.nnie Lou Phillips. Plant 7; and Gene Yow. Plant 3 — will each cele brate 45 years as part of the .'\dams-Millis Familv. Service award recipients for the period include: 50 Years Dot Clark. Plant 3 25 Years Jewell Patterson. Plant 1 45 Years Earnest Harden. Plant 4 .Annie Lou Phillips, Plant 7 Gene Yow, Plant 3 40 Years Rochelle Estei-. Plant 1 Annie Hoover. Plant 3 30 Years Lela Agnes White. Plant 2 Matilda Clontz. Plant 6 Evelyn Dollyhite, Plant 33 Dossie Stephens. Plant! Nancy Jeffreys. Plant 3 PollieBrotherton, Plant 6 20 Years Dorothy Murphy, Plant3 Betty Lou Griffith, Plant 7 Shirley Floyd. Plant 14 Sandra Shepherd, Plant 7 15 Years Herbert Alley, Plant 3 Jean Stack. Plant 3 Ernest Church, Plant (i Margie Brown. Plant Wi Jo Ann Johnson, Plant 3 June Reynolds. Plant 14 Lydia Shelton, Plant2 Terry Shepherd, .Admin.0 10 Years Shirley Hall. Plant2 Jimmie Davis. Plants Joann Willard. Plant.S .Andy Barker. Plant 11 Joel Craig. Plant 70 5 Years James Davis. Plant:! Otis Smith. Plant 4 Glenn Mays. Plantfi Priscilla Sherrill, Plantf James Carter. Sr., FlantK Terry Hutchison, Plant!) Dannie Pierce. .Admin.0f( BonnieSilei', Plant '! Torch Rlood Donor I^erly, Plant 1, is all smiles as she receives her One Gallon Blood Donor Award from Gary Swain, Plant Manager. I Continued From Page ll Ryan who carried it on to Elm Street in front of Adams-Millis Headquarters to the applause of Adams- Millis employees and others gathered along the torch route. Ryan was followed closely by several Adams-Millis em ployees who carried a ban ner which read “Adams-Millis Salutes The Olympic Festival.” At the end of the block, Ryan passed the torch to a young woman in a wheel chair to continue on its jour ney to the Festival’s.opening ceremonies a few days later in Carter-Finley Stadium in Raleigh. During its trek through North Carolina, which began in Wilmington, the torch was carried by thousands of run ners. “It was a pleasure for Adams-Millis to be associ ated with such a tine event as a bronze sponsor, " Alillis said. I am proud too that many of our employees were able to be part of it as well The Festival was them! successful one ever c) ducted in its history. Proiiiolioiis c‘\% EIIIpIoyoes Louise Smith Printing Services Technician High Point Marshall Thompson Programmer Trainee Administrative Office Pat Mitchell Claims Adjustment Clerk High Point Craig Rothrock Computer Operator Administrative Office Stephanie Wilson Senior Data Entry Operator Administrative Office Clarence Sledge Maintenance Supervisor Plants miii Mike Ryan Passes Olympic Torch To Next Runner.

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