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and For the Employees
MARSHALL FIELD & COMPANY, INC.
Manufacturing Division, Spray North Carolina
Monday, October 26, 1942
At Karastan Mill
The Nutrition Class, shown above,
met at the Karastan Mill on Monday,
October 19th, and heard a most inter
esting talk by Mrs. W. B. Weaver on
the value of the right kind of food.
Mrs. Weaver pointed out the various
types of food and gave a few valuable
tips on each one, stressing the fact that
in these modern times workers need
the kind of foods that will keep us in
our best physical condition. The meet
ing was something like an open forum,
the members of the class asking many
questions which Mrs. Weaver answer
ed clearly. A movie, with accompany
ing record, “The Right Kind of Food,”
was greatly enjoyable and beneficial.
In the picture are shown, left to
right: E. E. Syms, Virgil Hall, Edwin
Fuller, Leslie Oakley, Harold Young,
Cliff Barham, Morris Turner, Mrs. W.
B. Weaver, Jesse Shumate, Roy Whit
ten, Otis Gilley, J. T. White, H. Mc
Kinney and Paul Tiller.
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Young Man (sitting): “Excuse me,
madam, you’re standing-on my feet.”
Old Lady (strap hanging): “I know
it, young man, and if you were a gen
tleman you’d be standing on them
Council Programs Are Enjoyed
The Junior Carolina Council met on
Tuesday, October 13th, at the Central
“Y” and enjoyed a delightful musical
program. The program chairman. Miss
Mary Adkins, introduced Mrs. Ray
Butler, who gave a number of viohn
selections, accompanied by Mrs. H. E.
Latham. Young and talented Miss
Marilyn Spickler delighted with her
accordion, accompanied by Gordon
Pittendreigh. All musicians were pre
sented with gifts. Tickets for attend
ance prizes were drawn, Miss Dorothy
Manley, Karastan, and Wesley Overbey,
Blanket, being the winners. Refresh
ments were served.
The Senior Council held its second
meeting of the year on Thursday, Oc
tober 15th, at the Central “Y”. After
several selections by the band and
group singing, a most interesting and
instructive movie was shown, bringing
clearly to us the part we are playing
and are to play in the war in speeding
up production. The highlight of the
evening was the address by Charles M.
Newcomb, who kept his audience in a
state of continuous good humor with
his sparkling wit.
In the drawing for attendance prizes
R. H. Tuttle, Personnel Office, and
Broadus Burgess, Blanket, were the
winners. Smokes and refreshments
V . . . —•
Governor and Mrs. J. M. Broughton
were visitors here for a short while last
week. Their purpose was to select a
rug for the executive mansion at
Raleigh. The Governor selected one
of our most beautiful rugs, so next time
you’re in the Governor’s mansion you
should feel right at home.
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Sorry, Too Late
News from the Fieldale Mills and
Draper Blanket was received too late
to get in this issue. Readers will no
doubt be disappointed, but it is one of
those things that cannot be heiped. We
are sorry, but hope that in the future
we can give you plenty of news from
V . . . —
, Our eyes are placed in front because
it is more important to look ahead than
to look back.