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Spray, N. C., Monday, May 31, 1954
'^*■§6 Group Will
On June 1
men and women will retire
jlj Fieldcrest Mills, Inc., pension
lie ®^^®^tive June 1. Eight members of
elected to retire on an early
:loj,®'^®nt date. The other nine are em-
5s "^hose normal retirement date
I 1953, but who elected
i]clj,V''“'Ue to work until June 1, 1954.
are Otto E. Hash, veteran
salesman, and John Ray de-
Karastan Sales Office.
9s ] whose normal retirement date
I^ecember 1 in addition to Mr.
'all; Mr. deRichmond, are: Mrs.
'ilbert Fretwell, Karastan; Samuel W.
ifillj ’ Blanket; James S. Gilley, Towel;
J- Hankins, General Office;
j °Pher C. Joyce, Bedspread; George
Vd Blanket; and Mrs. Mary W.
V®® taking early retirement are:
ettie A. Beck, Finishing; John E.
eari. ^^®sting; Voll P. Griffin, Bed-
' Mrs. Minnie S. Hailey, Karas-
Rosa M. Leonard, Sheeting;
*ji''®’^nie H. Moore, Sheeting; Char-
^f®ce. Sheeting; and John West-
Elects New Officers
John P. Powell was elected president
of the Carolina Cooperative Council at
the final meeting of the 1953-54 Coun
cil year at Consolidated Central
Y.M.C.A. Thursday evening. May 20.
Cecil Squires was elected vice president
and J. K. McConnell was reelected sec
H. E. Williams was named assistant
secretary and the following were elect
ed committee chairmen: G. T. Sykes,
attendance; R. E. New, refreshments;
and R. L. Seay, constitution. R. T. In
gram was elected a member of the
program committee of which J. G. Com-
mins is chairman.
Harold W. Whitcomb, president of
the Company, spoke to the group con
cerning current business conditions.
Members of the Junior Carolina Coun
cil attended the meeting as guests. The
invocation was given by the Rev. H.
Fletcher Lambert, pastor of Spray Bap
As is customary, no regular meetings
of the Council will be scheduled during
\ COUNCIL OFFICERS—Newly elected officials of the Carolina
(eij®*’ative Council, shown front row, left to right: John P. Powell, president;
Squires, vice president; R. T. Ingram, member of program committee; R. E.
W chairman, refreshment committee; back row: G. T. Sykes, chairman, attendance
V |ttee; H. E. Williams, assistant secretary; R. L. Seay, chairman, constitution
'ttee. J. K. McConnell, who was reelected secretary, was not present for photo.
Feeley Named Asst.
Rug Sales Manager
. . • Rugr Sales Official . . .
Appointment of Hugh Feeley as as
sistant sales manager of Karastan, rug
and carpet division of Fieldcrest Mills,
Inc., has been announced by Walter B.
Guinan, sales manager of Karastan.
Appointment is effective June 1, and
Mr. Feeley will report directly to Mr.
A veteran of nearly 30 years in the
carpet field, Mr. Feeley leaves Robert
Levin Carpet company, Cleveland, Ohio,
to join Karastan.
Has Good Background
Before his association with Levin,
which began in 1950, he was with Bige-
low-Sanford Carpet Company for 16
years, first as sales manager of Lok-
weave carpets, later as manager of the
New York War Sales district, the Kan
sas City district and the Detroit district,
He was previously associated with
Collins and Aikman, Goodall-Sanford,
the wholesale division of W. and J.
Sloane and B. Altman and company.
Mr. Feeley has been an active mem
ber of Carpet Clubs in Kansas City, De
troit and Cleveland.