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Spray> N. C„ Monday, January 7, 1963
Sent By Credit Union
Semi-annual statements from the
Fieldcrest Mills Credit Union are being
distributed this week to all members
of the credit union. The statements, cov
ering the last six months of 1962, show
the members’ share accounts, the amount
of dividends credited, interest paid and
Unpaid loan balances.
If any member has not received his
statement by the end of this week or
there is any question concerning
his account, the member should get in
touch with the Credit Union office.
The Credit Union has paid a 4 per cent
Per annum dividend on savings each six
Months since it was organized over
four years ago. The dividends are fig
ured on the members’ average monthly
balances and are credited to their share
Credit Union officials remind the
*^embers that their statements should
be retained for income tax purposes.
Arthur L. Jackson, assistant to the
^ce president, manufacturing, Fieldcrest
Inc., was appointed Red Cross
oodmobile chairman in the regional
lood Program serving the Tri-City
^*"ea, effective January 1. He succeeds
F. Dunton, assistant purchasing
AT CHILDREN’S PARTY — Two Greenville youngsters show their enjoyment of
the show at the Christmas party for children of employees of the Karastan Spinning
Division December 16. Similar parties were held at all plant locations. Pictures at
three of the parties appear elsewhere in this paper. Other Greenville pictures will
be in the next issue of The Mill Whistle.
Special Sale Under Way At Fieldcrest Store
price as for white sheets, in many cases
actually less than half the regular re
Another outstanding value is a 100 per
cent virgin acrylic blanket, 72 x 90, at
a record low price. This blanket is the
same quality as the outstanding Chateau
See the advertisement on page eight
of this issue of The Mill Whistle.
sent, who served for two years.
The Fieldcrest Store is offering ex
ceptional values during its first January
White Sale which is timed to coincide
with the nation-wide White Sales pro
motion this month.
In the Fieldcrest Shop, the usual 30
per cent discount allowed employees
will be applied to the already low sales
prices for first quality merchandise, en
abling Fieldcrest employees to realize
During this sale only, the Rose Bou
quet ‘one look’ ensemble is offered at
sale prices. This ensemble was offered
at the store’s White Sale last August
and was so successful that it is being
In addition, some of the most popular
styles in bedspreads, blankets, sheets
towels and bath accessories are being
offered at great savings during this
The very popular Fashions of the
World Bedspreads will be sold at sale
prices for the first time. Another high
light of the sale is the offering of the
entire Imperial Collection in towels at
For the first time, Royal Satin color
ed sheets will be sold at the same low
Rockingham County Tax
Listing Begins At Armory
Listing taxes for the year 1963 for
Rockingham County began January 2
and will end February 1.
Those who live in Leaksville Town
ship can list their taxes at the Leaks
ville Armory during the entire month
The hours for listing at the Leaks
ville Armory will be from 9:00 a. m.
until 5:00 p. m., Monday through Friday,
and from 9:00 a. m. until 12:00 noon on
The listers will not visit Draper or
Spray since the new values are not on
the Draper or Spray books. All real
estate will have a new value.