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Fieldcrest mill whistle. volume (Spray, N.C.) 194?-19??, November 11, 1968, Image 6

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Home On Leave . Pvt. Roy A. Greene is home on a 26- . day leave after having completed A. I. T. training at Fort Polk, La. After his visit home, he will return to Oakland, Calif., for three days and then go to Vietnam. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam R. Greene of Poplar Street, Alex ander Mills, Forest City. His father is employed in the Spinning Department at the Alexander Sheeting Mill. Serving In Vietnam SP4 Norman S. Wilson who is serving with the 11th Cavalry in Vietnam is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Foy Wilson of Dra per section of Eden. His father is em ployed in the Bedspread Mill Weave Room and his mother works in the Blanket Mill Wool Carding Department. For friends who wish to write, SP4 Wilson’s address is SP4 Norman S. Wil son, RA 12812702, HHT 2/11 ACR., APO San Francisco, Calif. 96257. FOR SALE: Ham radio set, Hammer- lund HQ170 receiver with Heathkit DX-lOO transmitter. Telephone 623- 9871. Herndon Is Promoted At Centr. Warehouse mB Joel T. Herndon, assistant foreman in the Shipping and Storage Department at the Central Warehouse, was appointed foreman of the same department effec tive November 1. A native of Dry Fork, Va., Mr. Hern don graduated from Whitmell High School and received his B. S. degree in business administration from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1966. He joined Fieldcrest in June 1966 as a management trainee in the Blanket Op eration. He was on active duty as a member of the National Guard from March until September in 1967. Upon his return, he resumed his training in the Blanket Operation and in Decem ber 1967 was appointed assistant fore man in the Shipping and Storage De partment. Buy- Sell-Swap FOR SALE: Pair of lovebirds, cage and stand. Three years old. Call 635-3542 after 5 p.m. FOR SALE: Plywood fishing boat, 14-ft. complete with trailer and 15-hp. Evin- rude motor. Excellent condition. All for $250. Contact Steve Townsend, Karastan Spinning Mill, Greenville, N. C. FOR SALE: 1966 model Johnson out board motor, 6-hp. Call Drewry Chil ton, extension 2289 or 2235. FOR SALE: Oil circulator, $15; kitchen table and chairs, $10; floor model TV, $65. All in good condition. Contact Arthur Jefferson, telephone 635-7251. FOR SALE: Wood cook stove, stock wire and posts, poster bed and springs, oil floor furnace, large doghouse. J. H. Wade, Rt. 3, Box 11, Eden, N. C. Tel. 635-6602. Carroll Is Transferred To Nye-Wait Rug Mill Michael D. Carroll, formerly seniC mill accountant at the Karastan MiO> Eden, was transferred to Auburn, N. as supervisor of mill accounting at Nye-Wait Rug Mill effective October 1. He is a native of Philadelphia graduated in 1964 from Louisiana Stat^ University where he majored in aC' counting. He served a two-year tour oJ duty with the Army in Germany an| after leaving the service was a coS accountant for the Allied Chemical Cot' poration. Fibers Division, at HopeweB Va. He joined Fieldcrest Mills in SeP' tember, 1967. Mr. Carroll is married to the forint Betty Turpin of Baton Rouge, La., an they have a son, 31/2 years old, and daughter, seven months old. The Cat' rolls reside in Weedsport, N. Y. Rothrock Children John Silver, age two, are children of Mr. and John E. Rothrock of 220 Klyce Str®J Eden. The children’s mother, the fortf j Betty Silver, works in the Employe® Office at the General Offices, Eden. THE MILL WHISTl^

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