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Monday, March 4, 1946
Queen of Cotton Ball
Mr. Wilson Returns
From Extended Trip
We welcome back our Production
Manager, J. F. Wilson, who, since Janu
ary 21st has besn on a swing around the
country visiting our sales offices and
getting acquainted with the men who are
handling the goods we produce. Among
the places Mr. Wilson visited were Chi
cago, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, San
Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso, Dallas,
New Orleans and Atlanta, arriving on
Visitors To The
Mills And Offices
From other sections of the Company:
Luther H. Hodges, New York; E. K.
Beauchamp, Karastan- N. Y. Office.
From ether Firms:
George P. Hall, James Jamison Co,.;
C. R. Johnson, C. P. Kelley and C. E.
Talman, Richmond Dry Goods Co.
Miss Gwin Barnwell
Miss Barnwell, whose mother, Mrs. Mildred Barnwell Andrews, is
employed in the New York Sales oliice, was recently awarded high
|jionors at the Cotton ball in Memphis, Tennessee. Miss Barnwell, who
attended Duke University for three years, was selected as a reigning
beauty during each of those three years and has also received many
similar honors. Mrs. Andrews, naturally, is very proud of her beautiful
and talented daughter.
Two weeks ending Feb. 3,
Central Warehouse . .
Where Does Your Mill Stand?
What Are YOU Doing
Hard To Get
“I like the shy, demure type,” ob
served the guy. “You know—the kind
you have to whistle at twice.”