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Issued Every Other Monday For Employees
and Friends of Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.,
Copyright, 1961, Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
Spray, N. C.
Member, South Atlantic
Council Of Industrial
Automatic Blanket Plant Sue Creech
Bedspread Mill Ada Jones
Blanket Mill Katherine Turner
Central Warehouse Geraldine Perkins
Draper Offices Mamie Link
General Offices Hilda Grogan
Gladys Holland, Katherine Manley
Karastan Mill Irene Meeks
Karastan Offices Mary Stephens
Karastan Spinning Div Evelyn Beasley
New York Offices Jane Corbin
Sheeting Mill Ruth Talbert
Towel Mill Fay Warren, Fannie Hundley
Vol. XX Monday, Nov. 20, 1961, No. 10
Fieldcrest Mills extends congratula
tions to the following employees who,
since our last issue, have observed not
able anniversaries of continuous serv
ice with the company.
Jettie R. DeHart ... Bedspread. Finish.
Sanford Bradford Blanket
Troy M. Ellington Finishing
Daniel W. Fulcher Finishing
Lena R. Roberts Karastan
Gladys M. Shough Bleachery
Fred T. Duke Finishing
Howard F. Fargis Bedspread
Doss H. Burch, Jr Towel
Polly B. Burnette Karastan
Doris K. Stegall Towel
Homer T. Martin Towel
Ivan J. Wray Sheeting
Daniel B. Hollandsworth .... Karastan
Jimmy L. Price Blanket
Leonard J. Brammer Towel
Dewey Lee Corum Karastan
Margaret H. Atkins Sheeting
Paul F. Petty Blanket
Mavis C. Campbell .. Karastan Spin.
Lewis D. Landen .... Karastan Spin.
Culver W. Paul Karastan Spin.
Gladys D. Lawson Finishing
Alton J. Vandiford .... Karastan Spin.
For to me to live is Christ, and to die
is gain.—Philippians 1:21.
Leaksvillp Town«liin 5r.Vin i r» ■ *®^^c*^est was host to 55 teachers from tl*®
Leaksville Township Schools on Busmess-Education Day November 9 The visitors
were welcomed to Fieldcrest bv n t iTi-oni, ^ i-«ovemDer y. ine
made a brief talk in v. ' > director of industrial relations vvh
made a brief talk m which he described the scope of the Company's operations. The
township school personnel and local business leaders met at a IZcheorft MeadoW
Greens Country Club where President Harold W. Whitcomb w^ the s^kcr. Dur-
oTfict^^dTrof tL milf"^ Fieldcrest visfted the Genera.
Offices and some of the mills. Above, a group of the teachers talk with R A Harden
in the Engmeering Department at the General Offices.
Care For Quality Is Part Of Every Job
C. W. PAUL
At opposite ends of production oper
ations at the Karastan Spinning Divis
ion, Greenville, the two employees
above have a part in assuring that first
quality yarns are made for use in our
Karastan rugs and carpets.
C. W. Paul, warehouse man, is re
sponsible for warehousing all raw ma
terials and for keeping records of all
wool received. He transfers all wool
from the warehouse to the Blending De
partment or Dyehouse as required He
must make sure that the proper type of
wool is assigned to blends scheduled for
production and that all weights
correct to provide uniformity in eac
Marge Hudson, a skein
makes the final inspection before
yarn is shipped to the Karastan ,
Mill at Leaksville. She rejects any
skeins found, removes any mii^^ ^
fects and replaces them with good y
She checks to see if the yarn has
proper amount of twist and puts
header twist to prevent the yarn
tangling in the scouring operatic
the Karastan Rug Mill.
THE MILL WHiST