^tors give quick attention to any stock that falls to
up before it becomes soiled or damaged. Here,
■'oving frame tender, picks up fallen sliver.
Daily reports show each spinner how she is doing in waste control
in comparison with others. Looking at report are Mamie Caudell
(showTi at left) and Dovie Soots, spinners, and Robert Barrett, fixer.
^iffhlights the cost per pound of certain types of waste Roving waste is reworkable
loss to the mill from each. Looking at waste sam- of the floor. Correct practice is to place it in proper con-
^ Hattie Wingate (at left) and Ida Lee Lovelace.
tainer as Avalon Walker, spinner, does here.
W success in reducing waste. Left to right
^®*'^nian, reviews waste records with Dale
and Homer McAlexandcr, drawing tender.
Periodic review meetings help keep employees informed on progress
in reducing waste. From left, spinners Velma Via, Mozelle Rakes,
Gertrude Hopkins, Grace McMillan and foreman W. B. Chambley!