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They showed equipment used and ex
plained the general processes in water
purification, the laboratory work in
volved, and the various analyses con
Seventh grade students from Leaksville-Spray Junior High School view water
filters during recent visit to Fieldcrest’s Central Filter Plant.
Science Students Observe Filter Operations
Students from Mrs. Basil Tucker’s
home room at Leaksville-Spray Junior
High School visited our Central Filter
Plant recently on a field trip culminat
ing a unit of study on community water
The students had been studying wa
ter systems and the processes in wa
ter purification and were prepared vo
get the most out of their visit to the
filter plant. Upon return to school they
held class discussions and wrote papers
based upon what they had observe:!.
H. E. Williams, superintendent of ;:il-
ter plants, and William Ziglar, filter
operator, were guides during the tour.
1957 Sales Program
Outlined At Meeting
(Continued from page one)
opportunity to inspect at closer range
the whole collection of items in the
1957 sales line. The sales manager
for each major line, bedspreads, blank
ets, automatic blankets, sheets and tow
els presented a discussion of the indi
vidual items in each line.
The meeting Sunday was confined to
the sales group and featured a review
of sales activities and discussions of our
over-all sales approach in each major
Monday’s meeting was held in the
offices of the J. Walter Thompson com
pany, the world’s largest advertising
agency, which handles the Fieldcrest
domestics account. Representatives of
the Thompson company reviewed with
the sales group the agency’s resources
available to them for the promotion of
Fieldcrest products in 1957.
FOR SALE: Duo-therm gas circulator.
Will heat as many rooms as you like.
Modern, with open fireplace effect.
Used only one winter. Cost $139.95;
will sell for $60. Good as new. Call
MAin 3-6935. Mrs. Catherine Coch
ran, 102 Willow Street, Leaksville.
FOR SALE; Fourteen ducks. See Mrs.
Maggie Shropshire, Bedspread Wind
ing or T. L. Shropshire, 204 West Ave
WANTED: Used fire screen. Standard
size or larger. Mrs. R. Dininny, Tel.
FOR SALE: Girl Scout uniform, com
plete. Excellent condition. Hazel Pow
ell, Tel. Meadow 5-4141.
LOST: Billfold, Sunday night, Novem
ber 25 in the Tri-City area. Contains
valuable papers and small’ amount of
money. Belongs to Jack D. Rorrer. If
found please telephone MA 3-7579.
Reasonable reward offered.
FOR SALE: Girl’s 26-inch English
bike. Call MA 3-7608 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Electric train (American
Flyer) in good condition. Jack Bram-
mer, 221 Highland Drive, Leaksville.
Issued Every Other Monday For
and Friends of Fieldcrest Mills# lnt-
Spray, N. C.
Copyright, 1956, Fiederest Mills,
Member, ATiPrican Association of
J. O. Thomas, Chairman
Howard Barton J. M. Rimmer
C. A. Davis J. T. White
Blanket M M k-a*'ie-;ine '
Central Warehouse Geraidine y inx
General Office Hilda .fgni)
Karastan Offices Mary ,,e
Patsy Barton, Kather ne
New York Offices Jane ,„grt
Sheeting Mill R Jth ‘ ,£|iey
Towel M'll Fay Warren, Fann'e ,311
Synthetic Fabrics riUi'*'
Vol. XV Mon., Dec. 10, 1956,
Thirty Five Years
Virgil Hall Karasta
Minnie E. Shockley
Louie J. Stoots
Barnie Lee Griggs ....
Twenty Five Years
Robert V. Rodgers
Mattie C. Hall
William Clarence Cooper . . Bedspr®®.
James M. Griffith Blanl^®
Polly B. Burnette Karasta’
John K. Perry .. .. .. ToW
Paul R. Murphy .... Synthetic Fabn'^^
James L. Broadnax Blank®
George P. Howell
Lucille P. Carter
Sam C. Hagood
Clyde D. Howell ... -
Thomas Martin, Jr
Elizabeth F. Powell ....
Raymond O. Endicott
Margaret H. Atkins ..
Paul F. Petty
Nellie B. Danaho
Louise W. Manuel . . . .
Pauline P. Price
Viola M. Turner . . .
William O. Blackwell
William F. Hall
Delsie L. Hopkins
Harold W. Spencer
. .. Blanke*
. .. sheetin®
.. . Sheetir>®
.. . Blanke*
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