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Kametches Named Alexander Superintendent
C. L. KAMETCHES
C. L. Kametches, formerly technical
superintendent of the sheeting mills,
November 6 was appointed superintend
ent of the Alexander Sheeting Mill at
Forest City, reporting to W. G. Hun-
nings, Jr., manager, sheeting. Mr.
Kametches replaces M. G. Allen who
Mr. Kametches has been with Field-
crest since May 1961, having joined the
company upon his graduation from
North Carolina State University.
He first worked as a quality control
engineer in the Research and Quality
Control Department at Eden. He was
transferred to the Columbus Towel Mill
at Columbus, Ga., as head of quality
control in September 1963.
He was transferred back to Eden in
November 1966 as assistant superintend
ent of the Sheet Finishing Mill. He was
promoted to superintendent of that mill
in May 1967 and served in that capacity
until his appointment as technical su
perintendent of the sheeting mills.
p he Fieldcresters”, gospel-singing quartet, from left, Harold Squires, Dan Squires,
•■ank Setliff and Bill Setliff. In foreground is Joy Woods, pianist.
Fieldcresters^ To Appear On TV
The Fieldcresters,” a gospel-singing
hftet, will make three television ap-
nrances during the next two weeks.
Y group traveled to Bristol, Tenn.-
November 7 to make a tape which
telecast over WCYB-TV, Channel
’ Bristol November 10.
tape will be shown over WSLS-
g > Channel 10, in Roanoke, Va. at
Sunday, November 17.
quartet also will appear on
j'uBC-TV, Channel 48, the UFH sta-
Q h in Greensboro, on the Jimmie Jones
>jhspei Hour, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday,
Organized about two years ago, “The
®ldcresters” have a regular program
WLOE, Eden, each Sunday from
' ® p.m. to 5 p.m.
two sets of brothers with Fieldcrest
connections comprise the quartet. Harold
Squires, of the Draper Standards De
partment, is the second tenor; and Dan
Squires, of the Sheeting Mill Spinning
Department, is the bass. Frank Setliff,
first tenor, and Bill Setliff, baritone, are
sons of J. E. Setliff, a retired Blanket
Joy Woods, a nurse at Morehead Me
morial Hospital, is pianist for the quar
tet. Dan Squires is manager and serves
as master of ceremonies.
The quartet is available for personal
appearances at revivals or other special
church services, before civic clubs and
at programs of community organizations
and business firms.
While it is primarily a gospel-singing
group, the quartet sings popular songs
for secular type programs.
Griggs Retires After
Jesse W. Griggs, an assistant fore
man in the Blanket Mill weave room
who completed 50 years of service with
the Company last May, took early re
tirement under the Fieldcrest Pension
Plan effective November 1.
He was first employed May 1, 1918
as a creeler in the spooler room at the
old Rhode Island Mill. He worked on
various jobs there until 1939 when he
was transferred to the Lily Mill, which
later became the Synthetic Fabrics Mill.
At the Synethetic Fabrics Mill he
worked as a warp hanger, weaver, loom
fixer, assistant foreman and was fore
man of the weave room 13 years.
When the Synthetic Fabrics Mill was
closed in 1957, he became an assistant
foreman at the Blanket Mill and served
in that capacity until his retirement.
Mr. Griggs studied music under a
Company-sponsored program and as a
boy played the trumpet in the adult
band. He played in the band for many
years and from 1930 until 1957 was di
rector of the Tri-City band, sponsored
by Spray Civic Association. He former
ly was a town commissioner at Spray
and served as mayor pro tern.
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ONDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1968