WOODFORD R BOEBINGER
THE STANDARD PRINTING CO.
FIRST ST. AT JEFFERSON
Spray, N. C., Monday, Ma y 25, 1953
John M. Budd Marshall Field, Jr.
William V. Kahler
Harold J. Nutting
On New Contract
Representatives of Fieldcrest Mills
the Textile Workers Union of
^ttierica, C. I. O., Friday afternoon
Agreed on terms of a contract subject
ratification by the union membership
a meeting to be held Sunday at 3
m. in the Leaksville-Spray junior
Terms of the contract—affecting em-
Woyees of the Company’s North Caro-
/fta mills—were not announced, pend-
the ratification by the union mem-
Results of the Sunday meeting were
*^°t known at the time the Mill Whistle
'''ent to press.
Representing the Company in the
Negotiations were Harold W. Whitcomb,
W. Medbery, B. C. Trotter, Macon
Miller, Wesley Suit, Jones Norman
^fid W. R. Kiser.
Representing the union were Boyd
^^yton, Charles Auslander, Gordon
'^ittaker and the union’s negotiating
Four Are Named New
Directors Of Company
Pictures at left show new members of
the board of directors of Marshall Field
& Company elected at the recent meet
ing of the shareholders. By-laws of the
Company were amended at the Janu
ary, 1953 meeting of the board of di
rectors to increase the number of di
rectors from nine to twelve.
At the January meeting, Mr. Marshall
Field announced his intention of not
standing for reelection as a director.
Concerning the announcement by Mr.
Field, Hughston M. McBain, chairman
of Marshall Field & Company, stated:
“A grandson of the founder, Mr.
Field’s devotion to the Company’s wel
fare has contributed greatly to its ad
vancement through the 38 years of his
directorial service. His intention to
terminate that service is received with
Mr. McBain announced that at the
annual meeting of the shareholders in
March, Mr. John M. Budd, president of
the Great Northern Railway, Mr. Mar
shall Field, Jr., editor and publisher of
the Chicago Sun-Times, Mr. William V.
Kahler, president of the Illinois Bell
Telephone Company, and Mr. Harold J.
Nutting, vice president, and general
manager of Field’s Chicago retail stores,
were elected as directors of Marshall
Field & Company.
Mr. Budd, a Yale graduate, began as
a chainman in the engineering depart
ment on the railroad he now serves as
president. He was a lieutenant colonel
in the Military Railway Service in the
last war, serving the U. S. Army in
Africa, Italy, France and Germany. He
makes his home in St. Paul, Minn.
Mr. McBain pointed out that the
Great Northern Railway served the
Pacific Northwest and Seattle where
the remodelled and enlarged Frederick
& Nelson store, a division of Marshall
Field & Company, is located.
Mr. Field, Jr., is a graduate of Har
vard and the University of Virginia law
school, and is a great-grandson of the
founder of Marshall Field & Company.
In addition to his responsibilities as
editor and publisher of the Chicago
Sun-Times, he is a director and vice-
president of Field Enterprises, Inc. He
is a member of the Chicago Bar Associ-
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James B. Lamar Will
Head Carolina Council
For Year 1953-54
J. B. Lamar, head of the Domestics
Designing Department, was named
president of the Carolina Cooperative
Council at Consolidated Central
Y.M.C.A Thursday evening. May 21.
jii, J. P. Powell was
! elected vice president
1 and Rev. J. K. Mc
Connell was re-elect
ed secretary. The
1 new officers will be
installed at the Coun
cil’s September meet
ment by Miss Mamie
J. B. Lamar Link and Raymond
Rhodes and a color film showing the
story of the enlargement and remodel
ing of the Company’s Frederick & Nel
son store in Seattle comprised the pro
gram. The invocation was given by T. B.
Hamrick, Sheeting MiU. Attendance
prizes were awarded to J. W. Norris,
Towel Mill and Ed Burnette, Blanket
N. R. Martin was elected assistant
secretary and J. M. Norman, Jr., was
elected a member of the program com
mittee. The following were named com
mittee chairmen for the 1593-1954
Council year: program, Cecil J. Squires;
attendance, R. O. Endicott; refreshment,
Eugene Purcell; constitution, T. B.
Draper ‘Y’ Campaig^n
Signs Up 725 Members
A total of 725 members have been
secured in the membership drive at
Draper Y. M. C. A. D. A. Purcell, gen
eral chairman, termed the campaign “a
Final reports have not been made and
it is expected that when all member
ships have been turned in the total wiU
Captains were T. B. Hamrick, Ernest
Funderburk, Mrs. C. E. Edwards and
Mrs. Claude Tiller. The Y’s Men’s club,
American Legion and Woman’s club
made special donations.