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Towel Mill Honors
Top Weavers, Fixers
The Towel Mill’s leading weavers and
oom fixers are listed below for the most
scent periods of record.
The “top weavers” are those with the
P^J^cent of seconds with respect
the standards for the various loom
The leading loom fixers are deter-
through a combination of low
and high loom efficiency on the
ctions for which they are responsible.
Weavers—W/E October 20
obby Terry Walter Shelton
acquard Terry William Maxey
Fixers—W/E October 20
by Terry Richard Bocock
'^quard Terry James Law
Weavers—W/E October 13
Obby Terry Walter Shelton
oquard Terry Lauren Via
Fixers—W/E October 13
Obby Terry Benjamin Miller
cquard Terry Clarence Craig
Ray, eight, and Jonathan
flail, seven months old, are sons of
is p Mrs. Bobby Brooks. Mr. Brooks
(;jjjl|bPloyed in the Canteen Service. The
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Plov ^oth of whom are em-
Kat flt the Karastan Mill; and Mrs.
Brooks, who is retired from the
Terry Ray Carter
’^erry Ray Carter,
10 months old
tjjg P picture was
Mr. and Mrs.
bnie Murphy and
and Mrs. Elmer
fc.®^PPloyed in the
Mr. Hawks is
"^cd from the Blanket Weave Room.
CHARLES E. FRYE
EDNEY H. LAIL
Four Promoted To Asst. Foremen
New assistant foremen appointed at
various mills in recent weeks are pic
tured on this page.
Ronald R. Cain was appointed assist
ant foreman in the Karastan Finishing
Department effective October 8. A na
tive of Hoisington, Kansas, he studied
social science and business at Kaasas
State Teachers College prior to serving
in the Navy from 1960 until 1964. He
joined Fieldcrest in 1966 as a control
tester at the Blanket Mill, later serving
as an industrial engineering technician
and industrial engineer at the Blanket
Milton R. Crouch was promoted from
project machinist to assistant foreman—
machinery construction in the Karastan
Mechanical Development Department
effective October 1.
A native of Eden, Mr. Crouch has
been employed at Karastan since 1962.
He first was a floor worker in the
Weave Room and became a project ma- .
chinist helper in the Mechanical De
velopment Department in 1963. He was
a project machinist from May 1965 un
til his promotion to assistant foreman.
Charles E. Frye was employed as an
assistant foreman in the Weave Room
at the Bedspread Mill, effective Sep
tember 12. He is a native of Galax, Va.,
and was for 11 years a weave room
supervisor at Galax Weaving Co. Im
mediately prior to joining Fieldcrest he
supervised and trained personnel in con
verting from dobby to jacquard weav
ing at James Fabrics, Cheraw, S. C.
Edney H. Lail, laboratory supervisor
at the Bedspread Mill, was appointed
assistant foreman in the Sheeting Mill
Carding Department September 30. He
was born in Pittsylvania County, Va.,
and first joined the Bedspread Mill in
1965. He worked as a fixer in the Quill
ing Department prior to taking super
visory training in 1966. He was assist
ant foreman in the Bedspread Mill
Carding Department before becoming
laboratory supervisor September 1967.