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id first shift employees for their individual
safe hours for the first time.
Ken Baggett, director of Safety and Workmen’s Compensation, visited the mill
on the occasion of their first safety barbecue. "I want to congratulate each mem
ber of the working force at the Laurel Hill Yarn Mill for this outstanding achieve
ment,” he said.
“Thank you for a job well done,” Vincent said to the employees, "and please
continue with the excellent safety attitude and practices that we now have.”
He added that the safety board at the entrance to the mill would continue to
show the total safe working days as the progress in safety continues.
“The morale has really picked up here,” he said recently, “and we’re well Into
our second 2,000 safe hours.”
' fhe safety celebration and piled their plates
At Mount Holly
Employees at Mount Holly Spin
ning Mill recently attained the 2,000-
plus safe hours goal for the third
consecutive year. On September 6
they celebrated with an in-plant
meal on each shift.
Above, third shift employees
Timothy Reid and Alexander Mob
ley (left-right) take a break from
work to enjoy the special barbecue
At right, Pauline Ballard gets
into some ‘good eating’ in honor
of the occasion.
Below, third shift foreman Clar
ence Kuykendall helps himself to
a hushpuppy, but he can’t take
away Thelma Lazenby’s pride in
knowing she helped reach the safe
MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1978