The above article appeared in the monthly magazine that was published by The National Cash Register Company in Dayton. It states: "World Wars I and II - Top picture shows L.V. Norris, of Polishing-Plating Department, as a Corporal in World War I. Above left: Pfc. Edgar M. Norris, son of L.V. Norris, enlisted in the Air Force in February, 1944 and is now a gunnery instructor of B-29's at Clovis, N.M. Right: Corp. Donald L. Norris, another son, is somewhere in Germany with a medical detachment. He has been overseas since September, 1944 and has seen many of the father's old camping grounds. The boys are brothers of Jeanne Norris, Telephone Exchange."
I have written previously about NCR and it's importance to my family and to my hometown. Each month NCR distributed a magazine that detailed not only the business news, but also information about the employees and their families. I am lucky enough to have several of those books and newsletters in my collection. I have always loved this particular article, which discusses my grandfather, two of my uncles, and my aunt who all worked at NCR along with both of my parents.