Issued every Two Weeks by andfor the Employees of
Marshall Field & Company, Inc.,
Manufacturing Division, Spray, North Carolina
Monday, September 16, 1946
Marshall Field Exhibit Wins First Prize At Fair
Pictured above is the Manufacturing Division’s display of
products v'hich received first prize in the commercial exhibits
at the Tri-City Agricultural Fair. The blue ribbon was award
ed the Marshall Field exhibit on Wednesday night of Fair
week. A conservative estimate placed the number of persons
seeing the exhibit at 15,000, of which there were many who
went back to the exhibit several times. A show oiFicial who
had played fairs in several states declared that the Marshall
Field exhibit was the most attractive and complete that he
All the Company’s manufactured products were included:
blankets, sheets, bedspreads, draperies, tufted bedspreads,
nylon hosiery, towels, wash cloths, and bath mats, pillow cases,
rayon and woolen piece goods, lace curtains and table cloths,
rayon table cloths and napkins, and cotton and wool rugs.
Oh, yes! The mannequins are Marshall Field products, too
—Hazel Carter, Engineering Department, left, and Madeline
Meador, of the Payroll Department.
0 See Fieldcrest Color Advertisement On Page 22 of ‘This Week’ Magazine Attached
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“This Week” is a magazine section
which is placed in leading newspapers
in 24 of America’s large cities from
coast to coast. The total circulation is
in excess of 8,000,000 copies each week
end. The publication is ideal for our
advertising in these areas where we are
selling Fieldcrest Domestics.
This sample is from Washington, D.
C., and is typical of the way our color
advertisement appears. It gives you an
idea of the effort being put into promot
ing products of Marshall Field & Com
pany, Manufacturing Division, to insure
future markets for these goods.