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Elrcry Two Weeks By
•■4 P«r the Employees
S T L E
MARSHALL FIELD &. COMPANY^H>IC
Manufacturing Division, SpT»3rr^wttli Carofiom
Monday, January 21, 1946
School of Journalism
To Start At Once
Twenty people have signified their
wish to enroll in the School of Journ
alism and classes will begin this week
under the direction of Otis Marlowe,
graduate of the University of North
Carolina School of Journalism and a
former newspaper editor and publisher.
All who wish to attend will meet Mr.
Marlowe in the office of Mr. Larry Rich
ards, Training Director, at 7:30 Thurs
day evening, January 24th. At this in
itial meeting plans for a definite night
for holding classes will be determined.
Some may wish to attend on a certain
night while others will not find that
particular night convenient. This will
be arranged to suit everyone, insofar
as possible. Don’t forget the date—
January 24, 1946, at 7:30 p. m. in Mr.
Two weeks ending- Dec. 23, 1945
Where Does Your Mill Stand?
What Are YOU Doing About It?
Only 13 out of 150 discharged soldiers
interviewed in New York City were
able to fit into their old civilian clothes
upon returning home?
Red is the most universally popular
color, and is also the favorite color of
the majority of women? Most men pre
fer blue, while the most generally dis
liked color is dull yellow.
In our last issue we carried a story about the newly furnislied, decorated, and
enlarged show rooms of our Karastan Floor Covering department.
As can be seen in the above pictures the show rooms provide space for effective
display, the lights are so arranged as to bring out the beauty of color in the rugs.