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Eden, N. C., November 25, 1968
New YMCA Building Plans Announced
G. William Moore, president of Field-
^^est Mills, Inc., has been named hon-
orary general chairman of the New
I MCA Building Committee. W. D. Lash-
J®y, president of Lashley’s, Inc., will
®rve as general chairman.
, appointments were announced
St week by the board of directors of
Central YMCA, Eden.
Other officials of the new YMCA
adding fund announced were Manley
oyce of Leaksville Bank and Trust Co.,
ho earlier had been appointed treas-
^er of the building fund; and Douglas
j^®*^*^ock of Radio WLOE, appointed
airman of the site committee.
^ The members of the finance commit-
and the building committee are to
® announced later, Jesse M. Burton,
president of the Central YMCA execu-
need for a new building has long
Prizes Are Awarded
In Day’s Pay Drawings
Patsy L. Frans, of the Cutting and
ewing Department at the Sheet Finish-
S Mill, won the grand prize in the
awings conducted among the names
employees who gave a day’s pay in
4.L . . V ~ X-
6 Tri-City Community Fund cam-
®ign. She received a 9 x 12 Karastan
J6htal design rug.
^ Other winners in the drawings, each
g "^hom received a $15 gift certificate
^ for any purchase at the Fieldcrest
Operation—Joseph W. Mur-
Sa ^rither G. Meadows, Ralph Lind-
Matthew M. Roberts, Richard D.
Laura C. Barker.
Non-Woven Mill—Larry F. Haymore.
1^ ?*«eting Operation—Nettie E. Pillar,
j, Py Wray, Bessie Williams, David I.
g Bedspread Operation—Larry H. Wall,
San Carter, Linda L. Gray, Archie H.
jj^arastan—Barry G. Martin, Clarence
Moore, Joe Haynes, Violet M: White,
^i'olyn G. Minter.
Qp aff Departments—William McGehee,
l_g®®'^al Offices; Norman D. Craig,
ayPle Industrial Enginering De-
Sto ® drawings, held at the Fieldcrest
arid conducted by J. C. Smith
J- D. Hubbard, of the Budgets and
been recognized by the YMCA’s board
of directors. The present building on
Warehouse Street was erected in 1909.
For many years the building was recog
nized as outstanding and was able to
serve the needs of the smaller popula
tion of the period.
The need for additional space has
become increasingly apparent in recent
years and the equipment is known to be
Space for parking cars is practically
non-existent and land for expansion of
outdoor play areas, including space for
tennis courts, playing fields and other
facilities, is not available near the “Y.”
Alter careful study, the board of di
rectors has begun the formulation of an
organization to obtain a new and modern
“It is the desire of the Board to sup-
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G. WILLIAM MOORE
Honorary General Chairman
T DRAWING — J. C. Smith (far right), of General Offices, conducts drawing
or prizes among names of employees who contributed a day’s pay to the Tri-City
Community Fund. Mill representatives looking on, from left, are Dorothy Murphy
Blanket Mill; Anne Biggs, Sheet Finishing Mill; Orear Meeks, Non-Woven Mill’
Dwight Lea, Bedspread Finishing; Willie Jefferson, Blanket Finishing; Carl Williams!
Sheeting; and Ted Cook, Bleachery.
Mill Accounting Department, represent
ing L. L. Mann, who was general chair
man of the finance campaign at Field
crest. A group of employees, including
representatives from each mill, partici
pated in the drawings.
In the highly-successful Community
Fund campaign, employees in the Eden
plants and offices contributed a total of
$74,673. The company, through the
Fieldcrest Foundation donated an addi-
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