Manuscripts/Mixed Material [C. M. Deal Jr.]
“I tell you,” he said, “I've had the dickens of a time since these babies came. It takes everything I make to pay bills.
“A good worker don't stay on the scrubbing gang long. It's a kind of a try-out to see what you can do. I stayed on there three months and was transferred to number six. The mill at that time had forty acres of floor, now it's much larger, each part is numbered. You step out of number one and go to number two and so on. Number six and number seven is where they weave. I cleaned looms in number six and swept the floor. It took such a short time to sweep, I had plenty spare time to learn how to weave. I took