This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...employes than that found in communities where it is felt that the commissary's prices are fixed at the high mark. It is not only important that the prices should be right, bu...
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s be taken to let the employes know that they are right. Here again mutuality and publicity are most helpful. Thrift and savings funds should be more generally established, Paying off in cash is becoming general and most satisfactory. ' Methods have much to do with attaining results, and we again emphasize the need for standardizing methods. But methods alone are insufficient to assure progress. Mutual confidence and esteem must be maintained. Emphasis must be placed upon the economic value of the spirit of good will. It is therefore encouraging to note that on the part of the operators there is a disposition to meet in the spirit of fairness those questions and criticisms which arise, either from wrong conditions or misunderstandings, and to multiply the forces that make for co-operation and mutual benefit. This disposition is meeting a response from the employes that is a sign of promise for the future. How the Money Given Last February Has Been Spent. Inasmuch as you were assured that all of the money contributed by you would be devoted to the effort to extend the association service in the lumber industry of the South, it is appropriate to submit a financial statement showing the donors, the total receipts and the disbursements from this fund. This statement has been submitted to the advisory committee and has been officially approved by J. Lewis Thompson, chairman, and G. K. Smith, secretary. In this connection, we trike occasion to say that so far as our observation has gone we believe the service of the Y. M. C. A. is effective not only...