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These Are The Perfect Attendance Champions At The Sheeting Mill
Congratulations are in order to 54 employees of the Sheeting Mill who had 100%
nttendance for the first six months of 1950. Their records are impressive when it is
Realized that not so much as one hour was lost from work by any of the group from
‘ anuary 1 through June 30. A large majority are continuing their perfect records to
which means they have worked more than eight months without losing any
The attendance “champs” are shown above: Top (left to right), R. B. Hairfleld,
arland Church, Garland Newnam, Jim Ray, Martin Land, J. A. Ferguson, Leonard
ulliam. Mason Murphy, Haden Quesenberry, Andrew Hef-
nger, and J. R. Lawson; middle, first row: Flora Beauford,
ary Strader, Ruby B. Overby, Dorothy Lee, Ruth Talbert,
Nannie Hale, and Richard Amos; back row: Buster Blackwell,
■^ary Coggins, Annie Wilson, Clemmons Long, John E. Gilley,
James E. Chumley, L. Warren Chatham, Ethel Adkins, Joseph
• Holliman, Sr., George Shropshire, Jr., Landon Willis, San-
^rd Walker, and Ervin Motley; bottom, left to right: Minnie
^ Harrison, Patsy Wyllie, Dorothy Cannon, Lee Allen Baliles,
Central “Y” Is Winner
The Central Y.M.C.A. softball team
Won the Inter-State Championship in
^he tournament at the Mayodan Y.M.-
*^-A. field Friday and Saturday, August
received the handsome
championship trophy which is on dis
may this week at Wrigth’s Men’s Shop,
■Ceaksville. Presentation of the trophy
Monday, September 4, i
Emma Gusler, Mammie F. Jenkins, Ralph Hundley, L. C.
Hammock, Roy J. Earps, George Shropshire, Sr., Clyde Amos
Jonah Smith, and Dan Barber; bottom, right: Baunard G.
Hairston, Willie Matt Williams, and Pleas Wilson
Others with perfect attendance for six monihs, but not
Sretw^wm^"^ Adolphus Walker,
? f 4 J- Etheridge
and John B. Brown.
was made by J. V. Hicks, general sec
retary of the Mayodan Y.M.C.A.
Central “Y” defeated Kannapolis 3-1
and Fries, Va., 12-1 in the first two
rounds of play Friday. Central “Y’'
downed Draper “Y” 7-2 in the semi
finals going on to defeat Greensboro
“Y” 9-2 in the final game.
Six Central “Y” men won places on
the All-Tournament team. These were
Lawrence Clark, short stop; “Badge”
Washburn, second base; Russell HiU,
third base; John Smith, Jr., center field'
Mert Warren, right field; and Gene Bur
Individual awards presented Central
“Y” players included: leading batter,
Mert Warren; most doubles, John Rob
ertson; most triples, Russell Hill; and
best pitcher. Gene Burgess.