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Take A Fresh Look At Your Job
Did you ever look at a picture of a home and say to yourself
I know that place, and believe me, it doesn’t look like that!
Yet, the camera simply takes what it sees. The picture in question
was taken at a particular angle in order tof accentuate the best lines ot
the house and the property. In other words, the professional photo
grapher shooting the picture selected the right perspective.
Some of us may consider our particular job just as humdrum and
monotonous as a cracked phonograph record. How many of us take
the time and opportunity to stand off from the job and take a fresh
look at the assignments from a new perspective? It just might surprise
us to find that, with a different approach to the job, new vistas may
open up to create a renewed interest which in turn, takes it out of the
routine into a desirable and stimulating challenge.
When You Multiply 'A Little'
Waste can usually be traced to carelessness. A “little” waste is^ some
thing we don’t think we pay for . . . but we all do. Multiply a “little
by “many” and waste becomes a big part of our selling price.
When our prices are loaded with waste . . . sales fall off . . .
Preventing waste will enable us to do everything in our power to in
crease jobs and protect the jobs of those in our company.
Responsible employees want to help eliminate waste because they
know that security comes from producing the best products at the
Keep in mind the slogan seen on many bulletin board posters, “Satis
fied Customers Are Our Best Security.”
Ga. Championship Team
Loses To West Tampa
The state-championship Eastern All-
Stars of the Columbus, Ga., Little
League lost to West Tampa, Fla., August
11 in their second game of the regional
tournament at St. Petersburg, Fla. The
All-Stars had won their first game m
the play-offs but their defeat by West
Tampa eliminated them from further
competition in the tournament.
Although their high hopes of playing
in the National Little League World
Series at Williamsport, Penn., were
dashed at St. Petersburg, the Eastern
All-Stars brought Columbus its first
Little League state championship and
this bodes well for laurels to be won in
The All-Stars were coached by Ray
Moss, formerly assistant foreman in the
Carding and Spinning Department at
Fieldcrest’s Muscogee Mill, who has
just been transferred to Mt. Holly, and
Henry Childress, foreman of the Dress
ing Department at the Columbus plant.
Mr. Moss had been working with the
Little League for two years and Mr.
Childress for three years.
Card Of Thanks
We would like to express our ap
preciation to everyone at Fieldcrest for
the many nice things you did for us
during the illness and death of our
loved one, J. T. Sparks, Jr.
MRS. J. T. SPARKS, JR.
Copyright, 1967, Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
Spray, N. C.
Issued Every Other Monday For Employees
and Friends of Fieldcrest Mills. Inc.
Member, South Atlantic
iSwPaW Council Of Industrial
Vol. XXVI Monday, Aug. 28, 1967, No.J
Alexander Sheeting Mill Edna Bright
Automatic Blanket Plant Janice Enn'S
Bedspread Finishing Mill Ann MidKm
Bedspread Mill Edna Hopper
Blanket Mill Katherine Turner
Central Warehouse Geraldine PerKin*
Draper Offices Mamie Dickson
General Offices Hilda Grogan
Gladys Holland, Katherine ManleV
Karastan Mill Irene MeeKs
Karastan Service Center Mary Stephens
Karastan Spinning Div Evelyn Beasley
Mount Holly Barbara Colim*
Muscogee Mills Mildred Newsom
New York Offices Betty Lencses
Nye-Wait Division Mary SpecK
Sheet Finishing Mill Faye L'flh'
Sheeting Mill Ruth Minter
Towel Mill Faye Warren
Worthville Spinning Plant James Wickei
Larry M. (Mike) Blackburn has been
promoted to supervisor of mill account
ing at the Foremost Screen Print plant
at Stokesdale. He formerly was a senior
mill accountant in the Spray Cost De
A native of Spray, he attended the
Leaksville Township schools and re
ceived his B. A. degree from East Caro
lina University. He was an accountant
with the Humble Oil Company in Char
lotte prior to joining Fieldcrest Mills
in July, 1966.
William D. Gatewood KarastaP
Eldridge O. Thomas Towel
Nannie Hale Sheeting
Wilbert Strader Sheeting
Ruben V. Mitchell Sheeting
Letcher Griffin Blanket
Ida G. Martin Towel
Sam O. Howell Blanke«
William Lacey Owen Finishing
Lewis M. Butterworth Muscogee
Julia Hartman Nye-Wai
Martha R. Roberts Sheet Finishing
Doris P. Gofer Finishing
Edna A. Howe Finishing
Junior L. Bailey Sheeting
Millie M. Corum Sheeting
Nomie L. Grogan Karastan
Ralph M. Ballard Towe‘
Catherine S. Whatley Muscog^^
Roy W. Powell Blankc*
William D. Moore Towe*
Melvin E. Sutton .... Karastan Spinning
Herbert J. Roach Towe
Joel R. Dalton ToW®
P. Aubrey Leake Blanks
Janie N. Wall Karastan
Mary S. Allen BedspreaO
May T. Talley Finishing
William H. Heffinger Karastan
Virginia L. Dollar Muscogs
Donnie L. Matthews Finishing
Dorothy A. Bragg Muscog®
Annette T. Dunn Karastan
Franklin D. Steagall Blanks
the mill WHISTB^'