This time it's from a pamphlet called Treasures dated March 1955 and distributed by The Hoover-Miner Funeral Home in Wabash, Indiana.
Wanted: A man for hard work and rapid promotion; a man who can find things to be done without the help of a manager and three assistants.
A man who gets to work on time in the morning and does not imperil the lives of others in an attempt to be first out of the office at night.
A man who listens carefully when he is spoken to and asks only enough questions to ensure the accurate carrying out of instructions.
A man who moves quickly and makes as little noise as possible about it.
A man who looks you straight in the eye and tells the truth every time.
A man who does not pity himself for having to work.
A man who is neat in appearance.
A man who does not sulk for an hour's overtime in emergencies.
A man who is cheerful, courteous to everyone, and determined to make good.
This man is wanted everywhere. Age or lack of experience does not count. There isn't any limit, except his own ambition, to the number or size of the jobs he can get. He is wanted in every business.
----Industrial Management Bulletin