Our Fellow Worker and Our Work

"Let us each day see our fellow worker ... as ... the man he really is"

When the writer was a boy of twelve or thirteen, he began as a printer's devil under the foremanship of his father, who was, as always, very plain spoken and particularly demanding of him. Some advice his father gave him one day will never be forgotten. He said, "Son, never mind what the fellow beside you does; you make sure that what you do is right and that you keep on doing it." Down through the years, this has proved invaluable to the writer on more than one occasion.

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