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Monday, June 14, 1954
awards—Holding safety awards won by their respective mills are Ray
^ C. P. Wilson, Virgil Hall and Rufus Ray.
^ills Will Observe Annual Vacation
liilj ® annual vacation period for the
51 offices has been announced
lejn North Carolina mills ex-
V ^ '^^fting and Bleachery will close
S the end of the third shift
■es^, ®^rday morning, June 26, and will
operation on regular schedule
pay for all of the North
mills except Sheeting and
'^^Gry will be issued on the regular
Ik. day during the week beginning
fa.'" 21. Income and Social Security
other authorized deductions
^5 taken out of this check.
work performed during week
^ S June 27 will be available at
office for each mill on
’ July 2, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00
Vg the Blanket, Bedspread, and
\ ^ mills. Checks for the follow-
.*11® will be available at each mill’s
intendent office on the same day
% ?ur: Finishing, Central Warehouse,
^ Blanket, and Synthetic Fabrics.
Sie Sheeting, Bleachery, Towel, and
mills will close for vacation at
of the third shift on Saturday
June 19, and will resume op-
% on regular schedule, Tuesday,
^'^ation pay for Sheeting and Bleach
ery employees will be issued on the reg
ular pay day during the week beginning
June 14, and will be issued to Towel
and Hosiery employees on Friday, June
Pay for work performed' at the Sheet
ing Mill during week ending June 20
will be available at the cashier’s office
on Friday, June 25, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00
noon. Pay for work performed at the
Towel and Hosiery mills during week
ending June 20 will be available at the
cashier’s office on Thursday, June 24,
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Pay performed during week ending
June 20 by Bleachery employees will be
available at the superintendent’s office
on Friday, June 25 from 10:00 a.m. to
Identification of employees by Social
Security card or check stub from some
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The Employees Store will observe
its regular hours Saturday, June 26,
remaining open until 12 o’clock noon!
For inventory and vacation, the
store will be closed beginning Mon
day, June 28 and through Monday
July 5, and will reopen on regular
schedule Tuesday morning, July 6.
Safety Council Gives
Awards To Four Plants
The National Safety Council has made
awards to four Fieldcrest plants for
their excellent safety records. The pre
sentations were made by an official of
the National Safety Council at the rec
ent State Safety Conference in Raleigh.
C. P. Wilson, Central Warehouse, T.
R. Ray, Electric Blanket, Virgil Hall,
Karastan and Ray Warner, Synthetic
Fabrics, accepted the awards on behalf
of their respective plants at a dinner
meeting at the State Safety Conference.
Central Warehouse received the
Award of Commendation for operating
the period October 17, 1951 through
December 31, 1953 without a disabling
injury, representing 689, 804 man-hours
of safe operation. The Electric Blanket
Mill also received the Award of Com
mendation for working the period from
January 1, 1950 through December 31,
1953 without a lost-time accident, rep
resenting a total of 907,669 man-hours.
The Electric Blanket Mill has a perfect
safety record since it was established as
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Beauty At Lynrock
Faye Holland, a participant in the
“Miss Tri-City” beauty pageant, relaxes
beside the pool at Lynrock Park. She
is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
Holland, of the Synthetic Fabrics Mill.
See page seven for more pictures at