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Copyright, 1972, Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
Eden, N. C. 27288
Issued Every Other Monday For Employe®’
and Friends of Fieldcrest Mills, Inc.
From left to right, Robert Mosley and Hazel Mitchell present check to Christine
Bennett and Katherine Hensley, officials of the local chapter of the Cancer Society.
Robert E. Leisy, trades and industry chairman, could not be present for picture.
Fieldale Makes Donation To Cancer Society
The Fieldale Comffnunity Fund has
made a contribution of $1,200 to the
Martinsville-Henry County Chapter of
the American Cancer Society.
A check for that amount was pre
sented to representatives of the local
chapter in an informal ceremony at
the Fieldale Tc.wel Mill.
The check v/as presented by Hazel
Mitchell of the Sewing Department
and Robert Mosley of the Carding De
partment, members of the Fieldale Com
munity Fund Committee. Accepting it
for the Cancer Society were Christine
Bennett, and Katherine Hensley, of
ficials of the i-cal chapter.
The Fieldale Community Fund earlier
made contributions to the Heart Fund
RCC Textile Graduate
Daniel R. Thompson, who has just
completed the two-year Textile Tech
nology and Management program at
Rockingham Community College, was
promoted to shift foreman in the Kar-
astan Weave Room effective June 5.
Mr. Thompson has been employed at
Karastan since June, 1965, working
first as a loom assembler. He next was
a fixer-in-training and became a loom
fixer in February, 1969.
Following his promotion to shift
foreman he be going through
a Karastan Orientation and Department
Training program as additional prep
aration for his supervisory duties.
Mr. Thompson is a native of Rock
ingham County and a graduate of
Wentworth High School.
and the March of Dimes. Additional al
locations are to be made to the Mar
tinsville-Henry County United Fund,
the Fieldale Fire Department, Fieldale
Rescue Squad, the Crippled Children’s
Ward at Roanoke Hospital and other
agencies and services benefitting the
people of the Fieldale area.
Under the Fieldale plan only one so
licitation is made in the Fieldale Towel
Mill each year.
The money raised in the campaign
is used for the Fieldale Community
Fund and other authorized fund drives.
The funds are administered by a
committee composed of representatives
from the various departments of the
Fieldale Towel Mill.
DANIEL R. THOMPSON
Vol. 30 Mon., June 26, 1972
Jewel G. McElhannon WorthvilF
Agnes Hightower Columb'J®
Carl H. Hall Budgets
Barnard A. Ashworth .... Blanket GreiS®
Claudine Hodgson .... Bedspread GreiS®
Mildred L. Holley Columbus
Betty J. Sawyers Sheet Finishius
Charles W. Jones Columbus
Nira R. Stone Fieldal®
Brodie J. Radford .... Karastan SpiumiUB
Ruby J. Martin Alexander
Dorothy W. Johnson
Ernest R. Bailey Alexande
John W. McCollum, Jr.
Robert L. McKinney Karastan
Buy - Sell - Swap
(NOTE: The MILL WHISTLE welcomes
concerning the sale or purchase of
ate small, miscellaneous articles and me
are printed without charge. Advertisem® u,
of used cars or of real estate cannot «
published in the "Buy . . . Sell . . ■
column since such ads would more propv
be carried in a general newspaper.)
WANTED: Used upright piano. Musk^J
part must be in good condition. Ca
623-6639 after 5 p.m.
LOST: Gold earring with jade pendant
Lost in vicinity of Meadow Gree
Country Club. Reward to finder.
J. B. Lamar, telephone 623-6635.
WILL BABYSIT on first, second
third shift. Have experience and
give references. Telephone 627-U
or visit 500 Glovenia Street, Edeh'
FOR SALE: 1971 model 750 cc. Son^'
Good condition. Reasonable P*'
Call 627-1618 after 5 p.m.
WANTED: Home for two female
pies. Call 623-9815.
FOR SALE: 1971 hardtop Cox camP®'''
FOR SALE: Full size bed and ma
ing dresser. In walnut finish
good condition. Best offer. Will
separately. Call 635-1503.
THE MILL WHI