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    • Gear-O-Gram 1949-08, Vol. 06, No. 03

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Frank F. Massey taken by death; Let's get acquainted with Mahlon "Mike" Dennis; Kid killers at the wheel
    • Gear-O-Gram 1949-05, Vol. 06, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with D.W. "Doc" Mendenhall; Why I live in America; Synchronizer Department Plant No. 1, where as many as 13,000 units are produced and assembled each day
    • Gear-O-Gram 1967-06-23, Vol. 22, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with George McKibben; Race Day '67; Engineers, Wahoo Five and Whittlers cop Warner Gear bowling league titles
    • Gear-O-Gram 1967-03-31, Vol. 21, No. 06

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Three officials retire at Warner Gear; Let's get acquainted with Clarence Crouch; Custom car creations, Skilled amateurs working in backyard garages create the nation's most personalized cars
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-09, Vol. 05, No. 04

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Guy Ruble; The Railroad Fair, a hundred years of railroad progress; Warner Gear wins Industrial League softball tourney and pennant
    • Gear-O-Gram 1951-02, Vol. 07, No. 08

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Captain Harry Reno; In the interest of national security; Down the line �
    • Gear-O-Gram 1953-12-21, Vol. 10, No. 04

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • 8th annual award banquet; The magic Zimm Twins; National honors to Highlanders, Warner Gear members of Amvet National Champions Drill Team
    • Gear-O-Gram 1946-08, Vol. 03, No. 03

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Fred "Freddie" Ellis; Returns from UNRRA tour in Europe, battleship completes 9500 miles in 32 days; First we make a copy of it
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-01, Vol. 03, No. 07

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Ernest E. Cook; Stamp collecting pays off in fun and profits, says engineer
    • Gear-O-Gram 1950-08, Vol. 07, No. 03

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Stewart F. "Stew" Clark; Warner Gear iron lungs ready, requests from 15 states and two foreign countries for "know how" to build their own emergency respirators; Pint-size big leagues!
    • Gear-O-Gram 1953-08, Vol. 10, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with F. Harold Havens; Queen of the Lakes Jo Ellen Livezey, Daughter of Plant No. 3 man crowned Queen of North Webster Mermaid Festival; Rose leaving Warner Gear to be Borg-Warner West Coast representative
    • Gear-O-Gram 1953-09, Vol. 10, No. 02

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Charles Crawford; Buy your share of service insurance in your community chest; Delaware County Boy Scouts attend National Jamboree in California
    • Gear-O-Gram 1954-05-31, Vol. 11, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Roy Deich; Win "Production with Safety" awards for outstanding leadership in safe supervision; Warner Gear overdrive wins in economy run for eleventh straight time
    • Gear-O-Gram 1955-02-21, Vol. 11, No. 06

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Eye injuries cut substantially first six months of eye protection program in 1954; Let's get acquainted with John Livezey; Five employees receive Idea Awards
    • Gear-O-Gram 1960-07-06, Vol. 17, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Father and nine sons have 88 years of service at Warner Gear; Ball State beauty is "500" Festival Queen; Let's get acquainted with Roland Eastman
    • Gear-O-Gram 1963-09-20, Vol. 19, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Warner Gear velvet drive gears used in record Miami to New York run; Beach ball - Thousands of spectators, including many Warner Gear families, attend the annual two day affair at Lake James; Pontoons on the prairie, Family fun on the water at...
    • Gear-O-Gram 1945-06, Vol. 02, No. 02

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Cut backs; Let's get acquainted with Ed Davis; Warner Gear veteran employee retires, Harry P. Gamble with company 17 years

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