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    “Those that can give up
essential liberty to ob
tain a little temporary
safety deserve neither
liberty or safety.”
—Benjamin Franklin.
THE ECHO
Quality of Product is Essential to Continuing Success
“Those who expect to
reap the blessings of
freedom must, like men,
undergo the fatigue of
supporting it.”
—Thomas Paine.
Volume No. 3
PISGAH FOREST, N. C.
February, 1942 Number 11
ECUSTA BAND IS ORGANIZED
RDUCnON PUN IS
ON WEEEY BASIS
Of Bonds Has Increased
Tremendously
Because of numerous requests, de-
jMions for the defense bonds are to
made each week for all those on
J^eekly payrolls and each month for
.•■ose on monthly payrolls. Fifty cents
the minimum amount to be deduct-
by the week but greater amounts
be deducted, this in multiples of
r^such as $1.25, $1.50, etc. Minimum
''Auctions from those on monthly
^yrolls is $2.50 or any multiple of
foremen will be provided with en-
cards for each dept, and when
aese are filled out properly, they may
® turned back to the foremen or
^«t to Mr. J. 0. Wells.
.^oney set aside for employee credit
^ be refunded at any time before
bond is purchased. After the
''Qd is purchased and held for 60
^ys, the employee may cash it at the
>st Office for the amount paid.
Bond deductions are not contribu-
Every employee who takes ad-
?^tage of this plan is saving money.
‘Very dollar invested is worth a re-
of one dollar and thirty-three and
•le-third cents. At the same time,
''^^sta employees can feel that they
'*‘6 doing their share for the defense
America.
4:30 O’clock In The Library
Since the Ecusta library has become better known to Ecusta em
ployees, there has been a great increase i^ the amount of readers.
Every afternoon some new reader makes his or her appearance. The
Library is now loaning books on the average of 45 books a day.
Above is a typical scene at the Library durmg each afternoon.
tSS WILLIAMS HAS
ADDmONAL DUTIES
Ubrary To Become More
Centralized-
^ecently Miss Justine was made
^*^pany Librarian. In addition to
duties as Librarian for the Rec-
^tion Library, she will take care of
ijo|.,®ring and cataloging all business
...R technical publication purchased
Subscribed to by the Company.
Certain business publications of
^'eral or administrative interest will
shelved on the third floor of the
% Office Building and will be un-
^ the care of Miss Kathleen Ricker.
^*s section of the library to be
Wn as the Business Library. Tech-
publications and reference
will be located in the new Lab-
pft^tory Building (upon its -‘omple-
and will be under the supervis-
,s of Mr. Sam Gordon. This section
be known as the Technical Lib-
AVpt
Army
Army
Army
Army
[. —t-v where certain materials
.ijt be retained as reference books,
f ^J^ess and technical publications,
as books in the Recreation
d"’ will be put into circulation,
ue Echo will attempt to list some
new books and periodipals re-
from time to time. They will
A^^isted under the above sectional
indicating the place where such
to ^^^ials may be obtained or referred
100 MEN LEAVE ECUSTA
Approximately 100 men have left Ecusta to serve in the United States
Army, Navy, and Air Corps. Out of this number practically every depart
ment in the entire plant has one or more representatives in one of the
fields of service.
Below is a list of men who have either volunteered or have been drafted
since the first training began.
Name and Position Branch of Service
Allen, Joseph E., Beaterman U. S. Navy
Arthur, John E„ Slitter Service U. S. Army
Asheworth, Walter C., Mill Office Clerk ^ Army Air Corps
Batson, Homer L., Backtender U. S. .^my
Batson, Hubert E., Inspector ^rmy
Beatty, Lee F., Asst. Filter Plant Oper. Army Air Corps
Beddingfield, Ray J., First Helper - U. S. Army
BeU, Henry C., Cleaner Crew u.
Bishop, John E., Slitter Operator u* ^
Black, Gordon R., Machinist ^
Blackwell, Jack A., Printing-Service u.
Bolt, Robert R., Landscape Foreman — —
Bowman, Ned, Machine Tender Ji*
Bryson, Ottis J., Qleaner Crew ^ g Navy
Cagle, Clarence E., Canteen Operator — ' r
Carpenter, J. Spurgeon, Office Clerk ^ ^ ^
Carter, Roy E., Gumming Operator ' ' ^
Conley, Edward, Pointing Opei^^^^^^^^ g'
Cooke, V. Raymond, Jr., Mill Office Clerk Corps.
Cook, Charles C„ Jr., Quality Supervisor
Daly William, Office Clerk ' Army
Drake, E. Vincent, Bartender U.’ S.’ Army
English, Ernest B., Shipp ^ g ]^[arines
Ensley, ^ummine Operator'" Army Air Corps.
Erwin, Harold L., Gumming p g
Evans, Floyd, __ U. S. Navy
Evans, Vance, U. S. Navy
Fowler, Earl, Printing g U. S. Army
Fullbright, Earle, Asst. Quality Supe ^ g
Galloway, Howard, Third Hand — g
Garren, Earl, Inspector ^ g j^nny
Garren, Jones, """ ___ U. S. Army
Gash, Lantle W., Pre Washer Helper ^ g
Gordon, Albert F., Army Air Corps.
Gottlieb, Robert J., Pilot Plant Operat _u. S. Navy
Green, C. Russell, Cafeteria Bus J3oy . —^ " g
Hall, Burwell F., Filter Plant Operator U. S. Army
Hamlin, John, Printing operator --------- 11”” U. S. Navy
Harvey, William H., Jr., _ U. S. Marines
Hedge, Charles Richard, Printing-Seryic ^ g
Hill, John O’Donald, Canteen Operator U. S. Army
Hogsed, Jack, Yard Crew u. S. Marines
Holliday, Fulton, First Helper VJJ U. S. Army
Houk, Cameron A., Slitter Service Army Air Corps.
Hunt, Ruel S., Filter Plant Operator — - -g. S. Army
Hutchinson, Fred J., Gumming Operator U. S. Army
Johnson, Joe Roy, Blender Helper
(Conlinued on P*8®
First Rehearsal Held
Friday Night Feb. 6th
Mr. Harry H. Straus To Back Venture
One Hundred Percent
There has been considerable dis
cussion during the past few months
concerning the organization of an
Ecusta Band. Many employees who
heard of the likelihood of such organ
ization came to the Recreation De
partment to voice opinions, give sug
gestions, and help in the general
round-up of interested employees.
The result of this procedure was so
encouraging that we are now in the
process of organizing an Ecusta band.
We had our first meeting Tuesday
evening, February second at 7:00.
Fourteen prospective band members
were present and discussion took
place as to convenient rehearsal hours,
free hours for special instruction
classes, instruments and players
available and the possibilities of work
ing in untrained members who are
interested in learning to play.’Because
of conflict with the vocational train
ing classes, rehearsals, for the present
will be called for Wednesday and
Friday evenings at 7:00 in the cafe
teria.
Mr. John Eversman, well-known
violinist and Director of Music in
the Asheville School for Boys, wiU
direct the organization and give in
struction to those members who wish
personal attention, the cost to be
carried in full by Ecusta Paper Cor
poration.
It is our hope that within three
month’s time an organization of some
merit may evolve from an earnest en
deavor to give Ecusta an organiza
tion of which to be proud. If at the
end of this time our hopes are ful
filled, we may feel free to state that
ample funds will be allowed the or
ganization with which to make great
er strides as time progresses.
Some individuals who are interest
ed in learning to play are, as yet,
without instruments but as time goes
on we hope to have instruments in
addition to those already in use. If you
are interested in becoming a band
member, attend our rehearsals. We
will help in every way possible.
Further details concerning this or
ganization may be obtained through
the Recreation Office.
Taxpayers Assisted
In Making Reports
For the convenience of those who
are required by law to file Federal
Income Tax Returns, a Deputy Col
lector of Internal Revenue will be at
Room 9, Post Office Building, Bre
vard, N. C. on February 27th, March
2nd, 9th and 16 from 9:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m. and on March 7th and 14th
from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon, to
assist taxpayers in preparing their re
turns. No charge will be made for
this service. The matter of filing your
Income Tax Returns should be given
immediate attention in order to avoid
penalty and interest.
You are required to file a return
if your gross income is $750 or over
and you are single (or married and
not living with husband or wife),
or if you are married and living with
husband or wife and your gross in
come is $1,500 or over.
    

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