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Published by fieldcres^ Mills, incr* Plants toco^ed in Spray, Proper and UaksviUe,
Spray, N. C., Monday, February 20, 1961
I'Xninittee To Accept
Foundation To Award
*2,000 Scholarships To
“'oyees Or Children
^^^ieldcrest Scholarship Commit-
v(ii * , begin immediately to accept
^(en h scholarships
^ y the Fieldcrest Foundation to
^ iu^’^Ployees or children of employ-
tii(j- a college education.
^ who wish to be consider-
>it two scholarships must sub-
, Application in writing prior to
’ ^®6l, to the Scholarship Com-
* of the scholarships will
1 ounced by June 1, 1961.
KfPlication form may be secured
PVfj ® Industrial Relations represent-
?Wov^ mills; by calling at the
C’ 'n Office of Fieldcrest Mills,
4 ^ General Offices building in
Carolina; or by writing
McGehee, director of per-
\ jj^^^^arch and training, Fieldcrest
Spray, North Carolina.
't ^^'Ooo 3 total cash value
t "le rat ® period of four years
\ of $500 for each of the four
(Co are awarded each year,
•'■tinued on page three)
You A Saver?
saving through the
J‘%g T, more employees are
3ioh ^ Fieldcrest Mills Credit
!S vacations, educa-
eg children, or for a
- ^’fe family emergencies.
^ future with more se-
K tall K have some savings
on. Using the Credit
aside a little every
easy. You never miss
5t suivi ^^'^'^nilates into a nice
Vvr> , .'^^ore you know it. It
for you at once,
^ieldo ‘ Why not join
Mills Credit Union,
have done, and start
savings each week.
D. E. Simons, Towel Mill superintendent, presents Fieldale Community Fund
check for $2,013.76 to Mrs. William Setliff, representative of the MartinsvlUe-Henry
County Heart Fund. Looking on, left to right, are Carroll Eggleston, Carrie Phillips,
Benny Crawford, Margaret Ann Stegall, and D. A. Purcell, Towel Mill manager.
Fieldale Contributes $2,013 To Heart Fund
The Fieldale Community Fund, in its
first allocation in 1961, made a dona
tion of $2,013.76 to the MarUnsville-
Henry County Heart Fund.
A check for this amount was present
ed in informal ceremonies in the Towel
Mill conference Room Thursday after
noon, February 9, by representatives of
the Community Fund Committee.
D. E. Simons, Towel Mill superintend
ent and a member of the fund commit
tee, presented the check to Mrs. William
Setliff, of Martinsville, representing the
Accompanying Mrs. Setliff to Fieldale
was “Uttle Miss Heart Fund of 1961,”
£jy0_ygap-old Soodie Stultz, and her
mother, Mrs. Charles Stultz.
Also present for the ceremonies were
the following Towel Mill employees rep
resenting the Fieldale Community Fund
Committee: Benny Crawford, Packing
and Shipping; Carroll Eggleston, Bleach
ing and Dyeing; Carrie Phillips, Sewing;
and Margaret Ann Stegall, Warehousing
and Shipping. ^
Later donations are to be made to the
Cancer Fund, March of Dimes and the
Martinsville-Henry County United Fund.
Under the Fieldale plan, only one so
licitation is made in the Towel Mill
each year. At that time an employ^
may pledge a single contribution to be
paid in small installments through pay
roll deductions for 12 months.
The money so raised is used for the
Community Fund and other authorized
fund drives. The funds are administered
by a committee composed of representa
tives from each department in the mill.
Management Reports To
Be Presented At Joint
Meeting Of Councils
Management reports will be presented
at a joint meeting of the Carolina Co
operative Council and the Junior Caro
lina Council Thursday evening, Feb
ruary 23, at 7:30 p. m. at the Consoli
dated Central YMCA.
President Harold W. Whitcomb and
other members of General Management
will review the Company’s operations
during the past year and discuss Field-
crest’s plans for 1961.
The talks will mainly concern manu
facturing operations. There will be no
presentations by the sales divisions on
The “management reports” meeting,
usually held in January, is always a
highlight of the Council’s program year.
A large attendance is expected at the
meeting this week.