North Carolina Newspapers

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Volume VII
No. 12
Histoiians assume that a club
was the first instrument or tool
devised by man — as a means
for getting food and as a defen
sive weapon against his enemies.
And as centuries passed and
various products came into being
there came a day when someone
put his name or special mark on
something he had made. It was
his expression of pride in his
handiwork and his means of an
nouncing to the world, "I made
But that man of ancient days
also assumed a responsibility. In
saying "This is my work of which
I am proud," he also inferred,
"If you find it good, then come
back for moie of the same."
And in the passing centuries
a trade mark has had just these
two meanings — pride of those
who make an article, and ident
ification of the source so that
purchasers may buy again in con
At some time in our school
years all of us have read the
poem beginning, ' Listen my chil
dren and you shall hear of the
midnight ride of Paul Revere."
So we think of him chiefly as an
historical character. But Paul Re
vere was a talented silversmith.
He is supposed to have been the
first in this nation to use a trade
mark on the teapots, spoons, cups
and other articles he fashioned.
Among other articles, he made
and put his sign on a silver
water pitcher. It was so beautiful
and useful in design the early
colonists literally covered him up
with orders. If you have a water
pitcher, it may well be a "Re
vere" style because millions of
copies of its design have been
made in silver, glass and china,
and the pattern continues as a
standard item in department
It is one example of how, origi-
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“GINGER” CHECKS VACATION WARDROBE—“Ginger” Bible of Finishing at
White checks over her Anvil Brand play clothes wardrobe before she takes off for
a vacation in Tennessee. She’s got plenty of shorts, shirts and pedal pushers; she
could walk away with the “Best Dressed For Play” title no matter where she vaca
tions. Have fun. Ginger!
Uacation Uleek Is ilune 29-iluly 9;
Rnuil Branders fo Trauel Far and Wide
“Having a wonderful time, wish you were here” is what many Anvil Brand vacationers
will be writing to their friends between June 29 and July 9 when the High Point and Inde
pendence plants will be closed for the annual holiday.
A spot check of employees some persons planning trips to
found most who are planning
trips out of town will be going to
the beach. One avid beach fan
already has been down several
weekends and says she’ll be back
out on Carolina Beach the day
after Anvil Brand closes down
and will stay right there until the
day before she reports back to
work. (This busy little miss is
none other than Glenda Bowman
of Pants Department who, with
her husband, are regular gada
Vacations in
were second
the mountains
on the list with
West Virginia and others to Fon
tana Dam. Florida will be the
destination of several Anvil
Branders and at least one is plan
ning a trip to Alabama and one
young lady is planning a trip to
There will be plenty of vaca-
tioners-at-home, too. “Too hot to
do much traveling,” one girl said.
Another said she hasn’t made
any definite plans but has no
doubt that she and her family
will start out on a “spur of the
moment” trip. “They’re the most
fun anyway,” she said.
^ “Ginger” Bible who is Sew It
Seams “Vacation Girl” is plan
ning a trip to Tennessee to visit
her family and friends whom she
left just three months ago to
move to High Point. She and her
husband and two-year-old son
will make the trip. Ginger came
to work for Anvil Brand immed
iately after she moved to High
Point and says she likes her work
and High Point fine.' She is in
Finishing at White.

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