It's an old story but none
the less true. Brighton has done it again.
More than 97 percent of all
Brighton Employees have pledged themselves to
continue the purchase of War Bonds through the
payroll allotment plan. The ever present but
friendly rivalry between the various departments
reached a new high in this campaign. Top honors go
to the Carding Department whose members on al shifts
pledged 100 per cent to lend their dollars to help
whip the Axis by purchasing War Bonds through the
payroll allotment plan. The office also came through
with 100 percent pledging.
In a recent letter to
Brighton employees Mr. Morrison wrote:
congratulations to the loyal Brighton employees!
You have certainly shown that you have the right
to be called patriotic Americans and that you
deserve to continue to enjoy the freedom and the
liberty which is our American heritage. It
really is no surprise to me that our Brighton
folks have come through in this matter as you
have. You have never let Shannon down, and l was
sure you wouldn't do it this time.
The overwhelming response of
Brighton people to the War Bond campaign is but more
evidence, one in a continually lengthening list, of
their loyalty, patriotism and devotion to the
principles of democracy and freedom. It is proof of
another fact—when there s a job to be done, the
folks in Shannon carry through to a successful
Time and again, by their
actions Brighton people have given positive proof of
the fact that they can always be depended on to meet
any challenge with flying colors—for, after all,
SHANNON IS the best community in the world.