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United Giving Is Economy For You
Thirty years ago, hay for horses appeared as an item cm a midwest
Community Chest budget. Today, that town is surrounded by a net
work of super-highways.
Times change and with them so do each community’s needs. Just
as towns and cities have expanded so, too, has the network orf health
and welfare services necessary to serve the young, the aged, the hand
icapped and the troubled. A way had to be found to serve them all and
to serve them well.
To get places faster, man invented the horseless carriage. To serve
health and welfare needs more efficiently and economically, he de
vised the United Giving idea. Each fall millions of Americans join their
Community Fund, to help raise money to support vital voluntary
health and welfare agencies.
This efficient, simple method saves contributors and volunteers
endless time and effort. Best of all, it makes more money available to
the participating agencies, for they do not have to conduct overlap
ping, separate campaigns. Furthermore, each agency participating in
your Community Fund has had its services and dollar needs screened
and approved by a committee of citizen volunteers.
With just one contribution you help the Boy and Girl Scouts,
Boys Club, Y.M.C.A.s, Red Cross, Salvation Army, Rescue Squad
and the many fine causes served through Carolinas United.
And, fortunately, you can do it in an easy, convenient way
through payroll deductions. Fieldcrest again has agreed to make
payroll deductions of Community Fund pledges on a year-around
This means that you can afford to be generous in your pledge
and have the installments spread over an entire year, making the
individual deductions so small you’ll hardly miss them.
When your co-worker approaches you for your pledge, think of
the many people who will be helped by your Community Fund contri
bution, and give generously. It’s a giant economy package!
21 Blanket Weavers On Quality Honor List
of quality weaving and to give recogni
tion to weavers with outstanding re
Twenty-one weavers continue on the
quality honor list at the Blanket Mill
with four new names having been add
ed for the six months ending Septem
Mae Hawks, Otha Scott and Mack
Shelton were added to the list in the
plain or dobby division and Lester Am-
burn was added in the jacquard classi
The listing of the quality weavers is
part of a program at the Blanket Mill
designed to emphasize the importance
QUALITY HONOR LIST
W. J. Combs
Lester Amburn Julius Murphy
Grover Corum Wm. J. Sanders
Gladys Harris James Vernon
In order to make the quality honor
list, a weaver must work for six months
without a major quality defect.
When a weaver on the list has a ma
jor quality defect, his name is dropped
from the list. Other weavers are added
as they attain six months of quality
The quality honor list for the six
months ending September 30 is shown
in the accompanying box.
Buy- Sell - Swap
FOR SALE: Browning automatic (Sweet
16) 16-gauge shotgun. Price $80.00. See
J. W. Shockley or call MAin 3-3355.
WANTED couple or settled lady to live
in house with the owner, a widow.
Three - room apartment, completely
furnished. Private bath. Mrs. Moir
Janney, 125 North Patrick Street
WANTED; 10-inch bench saw. See Jim
Robertson or telephone MAin 3-2493
after 5 p. m.
THE MILL. WHI
Issued Every Other Monday For EniP'
and Friends of Fieldcrest Mills, i”
Spray, N. C. ,,,
Copyright, 1960, Fieldcrest Mills,_ ''H
Member, American Association
Vol. XIX Monday, Oct. 10, 1960
Edgar D. Arnold
Edith W. Sparks Sh^'
Eliza S. Barrow
Elsie L. Hankins i
James E. Burnett Bl*
Howard L. Denney
Howard T. Edwards
Raleigh L. Rodgers
William J. Thornton ^ .
Twenty-Five Years ,
William S. Martin BedsP,
Womble E. Black
William S. Hundley Central '
John B. Hairston
Carl D. Rhodes .... Domestics
Virgil A. Cochran ® i
W. Rawley Turner Sh®
Twenty Years j
Clara C. Alley Beds^
Bascom S. Hale ■
Dollie M. Kennon
Aubrey B. Purdy Bed®(
Ruth S. Talbert
Mae B. Underwood ^
Carrie B. Fain
Robert S. Lamar Central j
Lessie B. Rickman
Fifteen Years , -x
John W. Arnall, Jr
Clara V. Farmer Automa*^^||
Mary L. Fitz General
Ruth H. Rippy
William R. Jones
Manuel M. Spencer ■ • ^jjii
Muriel S. Tulloch .. Bedspread fj
L. Mae Anderson
Lillie H. Foster • .((
Charles H. Cofer Bed®L
Agnes T. Pilson ■ J
Foncie N. Robertson j
Paul O. Tucker
Garnetta H. Turner
William T. Gregory
Jerome J. Bedell, Jr 9
Noel c. Odell • ^
Dillard M. Powell
Ada J. Tucker
Brack H. Wiles f. J
Zendale P. Lemons .. Automat'
Frank G. McGhee '
James W. Talley • V,i
Frank M. Hopkins
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