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Spray, N. C., Monday, January 23, 1961
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refreshments after giving blood are, left to right, Ray Reynolds. Kara-
Meeks, Finishing Mill; Wanda Chatman and Lera Swinney, both of
L Serving them is Mrs. Frank Barron, Red Cross volunteer worker.
^Idcresters Cooperate In Blood Program
of Bedspread And
\ People Give Blood As
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'% a P ^rolinas Blood Program got
ky ^ 5°'^'^ Start Monday, January 16
K.*>>st g °^3tion of 146 pints of blood
'*by of 125 pints for the first
same date, the More-
Hospital came under the
Cj; *'s Cross blood program. This
Vrt patients from the Tri-
Vf receive their total blood
V*® for ♦ local hospital, without
•'ecr ■ kilood itself.
of donors was concen-
^ J^^^^sville area and a large
''5t| '‘I'eej ° those giving blood were
Bedspread and Karas-
will be stationed at
Central YMCA at Spray
participation in the
visit to each of the three towns. The
year’s quota is 850 pints, an amount
considered adequate for the needs at the
Morehead Memorial Hospital.
The blood collected will be processed
at Charlotte and blood and its deriva
tives will be supplied the local hospital
from the Charlotte center.
New Officers Named
For Community Fund
W. B. Lucas, legal counsel at Field-
crest Mills, was elected president of the
Tri-City Community Fund at the an
nual meeting of directors and contrib
utors Tuesday evening, January 17, at
the Consolidated Central YMCA. ;
Three vice presidents elected were^
Bransford Edwards, first; Clinton Frank,-
director of industrial relations at Field-
crest, second; and Clifford Ball, third. ;
Vance Reece, of the Standards Depart-j
ment was re-elected treasurer and Rich-j
ard Robertson was re-elected secretary.
In the treasurer’s report, Mr. Reece
said the fund treasury is in sound fi
nancial condition with necessary money
on hand to meet payments to agencies.
A small percentage remains to be
raised from pledges and with this
amount all obligations will be met.
Dr. William McGehee discussed the
fund drive at Fieldcrest Mills and sub
mitted a motion to take steps to pro
vide more information for employees
concerning services of the agencies.
C. C. Campbell, general chairman of
the fund campaign, expressed appreci-
Spray residents and
the mills at Spray
tijv, °^P°*'tunity to donate blood
Mu Spray visit, the Blood-
the Draper. Then,
it will make a return
Payroll Dept. Preparing
W-2 forms, employees’ federal income
tax withholding statements for 1960, and
NC-2 forms for employees in the North
Carolina mills are being prepared in the
Payroll Department and will be dis
tributed in the mills to all active em
ployees by the end of the month.
The W-2 and NC-2 forms for persons
out sick or laid off will be mailed to
them through the United States mail by
The forms will be sent through the
U. S. mail to all other persons who
worked any in 1960 but who are now
terminated from the payroll.
North Carolina employees must at
tach NC-2 forms to their state income
tax returns just as the W-2 forms are
attached to federal returns.
Community Fund officers. Bill Lucas,
president; Clinton Frank, second vice
president; Vance Reece, treasurer.
ation for the fine work of all campaign
workers and made a number of recom
mendations for future campaigns.
Reports were given by representatives
of the various participating agencies.
These included C. Lin Adams for the
Boy Scouts; Mrs. John G. Cunningham
for Girl Scouts; Clifford Ball for Draper
YMCA; Horace Penn for Retarded
Childen; Captain John Cole for the Sal
Also, Herbert Hughes for the Boys
Club of Leaksville; Paul Peterson for
Consolidated Central YMCA; and Mrs.
Rose Marie Adams for the Red Cross.