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Monday, April 15, 1946
Junior Carolina Council
Holds Election of Officers
The Junior Carolina Council met at
Central Y.M.C.A. Tuesday evening with
its president, Mrs. Lester Fulcher, pre
siding. Election of officers for 1946-47
resulted as follows:
President, Miss Annie Baughn.
Vice-President, James Byrd.
Secretary-Treasurer, Miss Ann Dillard
Assistant Secretary-Treasurer, Miss
Chairman of Program Committee, Mrs.
E. J. Bendigo.
Chairman of Attendance Committee,
Mrs. Opal Bateman.
Chairman of Refreshment and Enter
tainment Committee, Thomas Patterson.
Chairman of Constitution Committee,
Mrs. Frances Watson.
Pianist, Mrs. Millard Winecoff.
Song Leader, Rholie Bailey.
Book Custodian, Lonnie Cheek.
Sergeant-at-Arms, George Merriman.
Flag Custodian, Harvey. Biggs.
Dr. Robert B. House, Chancellor of the
Greater University of North Carolina,
was introduced by Miss Cuma Odell. In
his presentation of “How To Have A
Good Time” Dr. House stated that in
order to reach the highroad of life and
enjoyment, we must put love, thought
and action into our work and play; that
man is born for great things and man
places his own limit upon himself and
for the seeking, we can have the best
things the world offers at our door. The
audience thoroughly enjoyed Dr. House’s
Visitors To The
Mills And Offices
From Other Sections of the Company:
Merle Rathburn, H. Haig, W. L. Pierce,
Mr. Ducey, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Belinian, Mr.
Hodges, New York office; Mr. Mendrala,
From Other Firms:
Mr. Pank, Durstine Agency;Mr. Tay
lor, Mr. Brooks, Jordon March Co.; Mr.
Selmon, Mr. Shanhn, Mr. Seiler, Mr.
James. Stewart and Co.; Mr. Kreis, Lees
Cochrane; Mr. Morse, W. S. Libbey and
Company To Sell
Products Thru Store
An announcement has just been made
by H. W. Whitcomb, Assistant General
Manager of the Manufacturing Division,
that a store to handle mill products will
be opened within the next four or five
This store will be located in the Nan
tucket Building in Spray and will sell
company products to active employees
and those retired under the Company’s
The store will in no sense compete
with local merchants or other retail
establishments. Each employee will be
allotted a limited quantity of merchan
dise on an annual basis. Abuse of the
privilege will cause forfeiture of the
employee’s purchase card.
Employees availing themselves of this
opportunity will be issued identification
cards which must be shown when pur
chasing merchandise. These cards will
be available in several weeks. The store
hours will be announced as soon as
plans are completed.
Products to be sold include blankets,
sheets, pillow cases, bedspreads, towels,
hosiery, wash cloths, woolen piece goods,
and small scatter rugs. Rayon piece
goods and Zion products will possibly
be added later.
The central store in Spray will serve
the Leaksville, Spray, and Draper areas.
Employees of the Fieldale mills may
make their selections at Fieldale, where
a display room will be located. The pur
chases will be sent to Fieldale for deliv
ery. Fieldale employees may come to the
store and make their purchases direct
if they prefer.
Employees will be kept advised of de
velopments and specific details will be
announced prior to the opening of the
“Why did you stop singing in the
“Well, one Sunday I was sick and
didn’t sing, and a lot of people in the
congregation asked if the organ had been
Let him that would move the world
first move himself.—Socrates.
Gives Results of X-rays
4,788 persons in Leaksville Township
were X-rayed in the recent survey made
by the Division of Tuberculosis Control,
State Board of Health and the Rocking
ham County Health Department. Of this
number 3,206 were mill employees, ap
proximately 80 per cent of mill people
The results so far of the mill survey
has revealed six positive cases of tuber
culosis and one possible case of cancer
of the lung. Two of these were found
to be minimal and two moderately ad
vanced. Twenty-eight persons who have
been asked to have retakes made have
not returned for the X-rays. Outside the
mills four cases of tuberculosis have
been found. Three of these were found
to be old cases and one a new case. Of
all the high school groups X-rayed no
tuberculosis was revealed. This includes
Leaksville, Draper and Douglas high
It is interesting to note that nearly 50
per cent of the cases found are over 50
years of age. Tuberculosis has been
known for many years to strike at the
most productive age group, making tu
berculosis economically one of the lead
ing diseases. In the United States today
tuberculosis is seventh is the leading
causes of death.
Buy Easter Seals Now!
Buy Easter Seals Now!
Two Softball Leagues To
Play in Leaksville-Spray
Last Monday evening, April 1st, the
second meeting of t h e newly formed
softball league of Leaksville-Spray was
held at the Central Y.M.C.A. After a
short resume of the first meeting by J.
K. McConnell, general secretary of the
Y.M.C.A., the meeting took form of a
round table discussion, and it was de
cided that two separate leagues would
be formed, a Church league and a Com
mercial league for commercial teams,
clubs, lodges and Church teams.
At the present time approximately ten
teams have expressed their desire to
enter one of the leagues. The present
plans are to have a minimum of s i x
teams for each league. If there are any
other Churches, clubs, lodges or com
mercial teams interested it is urged that
they contact the Central Y.M.C.A. in