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aad For tfce Employees
W HIS T L E
MARSHALL' FIELD & COMPANT,JJfC
Manufm«turiii£ Division, SprnyrS^m^ (
Monday, March 18, 1946
ATTRACTIVE DISPLAY OF COMPANY PRODUCTS
The first thing that a prospective employee sees on enter
ing the Employment Office at Spray is the attractive show
case shown above. In this show case is displayed samples of
products manufactured in most of our mills.
Study the picture above. You’ll recognize the goods you
help to produce, as well as the other goods. You’ll see, away
over in the right corner a pair of lace curtains from the Zion
Lace Curtain Mill. Next to the curtains are some handsome
drapes, made at Bedspread Mill and curtains from Zion. Be
neath the drapes are some of our better quality blankets, made
in the Blanket Mill. On the glass stand are some fine towels,
made in the Towel Mill, and directly under the towels are
some bedspreads, from the Bedspread Mill. The blankets and
bedspreads rest on a cotton rug made at Karastan.
Those handsome fabrics next to the drapes are some wool
goods from the Woolen Mill, and they’re very pretty. Next to
attractive product. Just below the embroidered bedspread are
samples of nylons made in the Hosiery Mill. These are our
famous La France nylons. The hose, and model, rest on one
of the regular Karastan rugs.
Next to the embroidered bedspread are some more samples
of woolen goods, with more drapes and curtains hanging next
to them. Beneath these drapes, on a glass stand, are sheets and
pillow cases made in the Sheeting Mill. Just in front of the
s heets and pillow cases stand are more bedspreads, and the
glass stand rests on a fine carved rug from Karastan. At the
extreme lower left hand corner are other samples of blankets
from Blanket Mill.
We are proud of our products and of the careful
workmanship that goes into the manufacture of each
product. This show case gives prospective employees a
good Idea of the type and quality of goods they will help
the TOol goods is an embroidered bedspread, a wonderfully „„„maeturc
Now that you have completed the first
course in Journalism we invite you to
submit articles, stories, or anything you
choose to write to The Mill Whistle. We
will gladly publish whatever we can use
( and if we cannot use it we will write
^ ou in detail why it doesn’t suit our
This will be a good opportunity to
put into practice the things you have
learned in theory, as well as furnish
interesting reading to our readers.
It Isn’t Easy
To control one’s temper. To resist
conceit in the face of applause. To
confess to a mistake. To smile when
despondent. To see the humor of a
situation when the joke is on you. To
forgive quickly. To avoid jealousy.
To halt criticism of others. To be
temperate in all matters. To be un
selfish. To keep on trying. But it
always pays in the end.
Visitors To The
Mills And Offices
From Other Sections of the Company
Luther H. Hodges, New York office;
E. K. Beauchamp, E. A. Raventos, Kar
astan New York office; Messrs. Good-
ard, Barber, Heubener, and Perkins,
Retail Store, Chicago.
From Other Firms
W. Schrader, E. Klein, Jr., Kinard &