MAY 16, 1955
FIRESTONE PRODUCTS were attractively displayed on the second floor. The tires, which were
the largest part of the display, are examined here by Mrs. Marshall Gilbert, Mr. Gilbert, Mr. and
Mrs. Willard Stiles and the Gilberts' daughter, Carol.
AT THE FABRIC UNIT Harold Mercer (right) points out a
feature to Lawrence Hartgrove, J. E. Trainer, Harold Hovis, Ray
mond C. Firestone and William A. Karl.
BESSIE PAYNE chats over her machine with J. E,
Trainer as he toured the plant, meeting the em
IN THE WEAVE ROOM, left to right, L. D. Nichols,
M. J. Nichols, Spooling, and Betty near the end of the
AT THE SALES YARN display were Mrs. Henry
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs, George Foy and Tommy Boyd.
getting SOUVENIRS from Martha Ken
drick and Ralph Reep are Henkle Rhyne, Ac
counting, Mrs. Ernest Rhyne, Mrs. Henkle
^hyne and Jerry and Sarah Fogle.
WATCHING as operators remove a roll of fabric from the new
Gum-Dipping and Safety-Tensioning unit is a crowd of family
visitors. The unit was the end of the manufacturing operations
RALPH REEP gives souvenirs to Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Paysour. Mr. Paysour is in the
Weaving Department. The souvenirs were key
rings and powder puffs.
The yarn display, a very colorful and varied one, in- JOE BILL GREEN heads for CUPS ALSO featured the 20th Anniversary motif. Frances
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Curry and Rose Thompson. Mr. Curry the sandwiches — what else Lytton, left, brought a friend, Carolyn Johnson with her for the
the Shipping Department. would a boy do? tour and refreshments.