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Monday, April 1, 1946
110 employees of R. H. Macy & Company, the world’s largest store, were guests
of Marshall Field & Company, Manufacturing Division, on March 13th at the Hotel
New Yorker. Following dinner the entire group saw the motion picture, “The Crest
of Quality,” which shows how Fieldcrest blankets, sheets, towels, and bedspreads
are manufactured. This is the film you saw being made in our mills last fall and
which was shown last week in Leaksville, Spray, Draper and Fieldale.
During 1946 salespeople in 100 of America’s finest stores will be meeting in
groups like this to see how Marshall Field & Company people put quality into Field-
French Textile Men
Visit Marshall Fields
Executive of French textile industries,
currently touring mills in this section
of the country after their arrival in New
York two weeks ago, inspected Marshall
Field mills here Wednesday and left
high in their praise of what they saw.
The group of 10 Frenchmen, members
kof the Junior Textile Executive Associa-
•iion of France, was headed by Jean
Delemer, president of the association.
They have visited Danville and Greens
boro textile mills recently and came to
this section after a visit to New Eng
land mills and textile factories. Mem-
Visitors To The
Mills And Offices
From Other Sections of the Company:
Robert Mather, New York; R. H. Tut
tle, Zion, Lll.
From Other Firms:
E. Klein, Jr., Kinard & Co.
bers of the French delegation in addi
tion to Delemer, were Claude Dupleix,
Robert Delesalle, Philippe Rembry, Hu
bert Laine, Andre Toulemonde, Marc
Giron, Francois Richard, Bernard Pa-
rain and Pierre Peugnet.—From The
Changes in Personnel
With future plans for expansion and
improvement in its various activities,
the Manufacturing Division of Marshall
Field & Company, through Macon P.
Miller, Director of Industrial and Pub
lic Relations, last week announced cer
tain changes of personnel in the Per
sonnel Department of the local mills of
J. Arthur Whitehead, who has been
Employment Manager of the Leaksville
Office, serving the Karastan and Bed
spread plants, is being transferred to
the Personnel Department of the Com
pany at Spray to assist the Personnel
Manager, J. O. Thomas, in company re
lations with the Y. M. C. A. and certain
other phases of the personnel program.
Jones Norman, formerly with the Fil
ter Plant of the Leaksville Mills, has
been made employment manager of the
Leaksville Office, succeeding Mr. White-
Roger Wilkes, who has been connect
ed with the Personnel Department at
Spray for a number of years, has been
made Employment Manager of the
Spray Office succeeding H. E. Latham,
who has been transferred to the General
Office to assist B. C. Trotter in our real
estate and housing problems.
Homer J. Vernon continues as Man
ager of the Draper Employment Office
and J. M. Rimmer, Jr., is Manager of
the Employment Office at Fieldale, Vir
Dr. A. W. Reeser of Kingsport, Ten
nessee, has been appointed Medical
Director for the Company and will re
port for duty on April 1. Dr. Reeser has
had a great deal of practical experience
in the field of industrial medicine. He
recently returned to civilian life from
service with the Medical Corps of the
U. S. Army.
W. B. Weaver will head the safety
program of the company and will handle
certain other important assignments in
connection with the personnel program.
The four employment managers, the
medical director and the safety director
will report to J. O. Thomas, the Per
Remember the kettle which, up to its
neck in hot water, still continues to sing.