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February, 1953 issue of Plating



Your Ticket To Self-Improvement

HAVE YOU PASSED OUT an application blank recently? Perhaps you—as a member of the Society—have never thought to ask your electroplater friend to join. If you have not, stop and think of the value it may mean to you and your industry in obtaining another member.

If each of us obtains one new member during this year, our membership will exceed TEN THOUSAND. This is not an artificial goal for an industry which counts the gross value of its Products in excess of half a billion dollars.

Increased membership will bring us a stronger society which can speak more accurately and authoritatively for the electroplater. Increased membership lowers the unit cost—for, the larger the organization, the lower the per capita overhead, so that increased professional and technical service can be rendered without increased dues.

The Society can best grow by the united support of its membership. The officers of your Society are most anxious for the A. E. S. to enjoy a steady, healthy growth.


Ralph A. Schaefer


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