Fieldcresters... Social, Personal
At check presentation, left to right seated, E. A. Lovelace, Marvin Hill, Gay-
nelle Arledge; standing, William Hill, Alton M. Dillon, and Hillman F. Sink.
Fieldale Gives $2,748 To Polio Foundation
ed by a committee composed of repre
sentatives from each department in the
The Fieldale Community Fund has
made a contribution of $2,748.23 to the
Martinsville-Henry County Chapter of
the National Polio Foundation. The
check was presented in informal cere
monies in the Towel Mill Conference
Room Tuesday afternoon, March 21.
Gaynelle Arledge of the Sewing De
partment and E. A. Lovelace of the
Spinning Department, members of the
Fieldale Community Fund committee,
presented the check to Marvin Hill of
Martinsville, Va., chairman of the Mar
tinsville-Henry County chapter of the
Also representing the Fieldale Com
munity Fund committee at the presenta
tion were the following Towel Mill em
ployees: Alton M. Dillon, Carding De
partment; Hillman F. Sink, Spinning
Department; and William Hill of the
Plant Service Department.
The Fieldale Community Fund earlier
made donations to the Martinsville-
Henry County Heart Fund and to the
R. J. Reynolds-Patrick County Memorial
Hospital at Stuart, Va. Other allocations
will be made to the Cancer Fund and
to the Martinsville-Henry County Uni
Under the Fieldale plan, only one
solicitation is made in the Towel Mill
each year. At that time, an employee
may pledge a single contribution to be
paid in small installments through pay
roll deductions for 12 months.
The money so raised is used for the
Community Fund and other authorized
fund drives. The funds are administer-
Bobby George Mitchell, three years
old, and Tommy Ray Mitchell, one year
old, both have the same birthday—
April 26. They are sons of Mr and
Mrs. John W. Mitchell, of Route 3
Stoneville. Mr. Mitchell worked in the
Nappmg Department at the Finishing
Mill for many years prior to his re
tirement in 1957 under the Pension Plan
At Great Lakes
Carl Benton Kingston recently
ed in the Navy and is stationed ® letc**
Lakes, Illinois. He has just co j(t
his basic training. He is the *
and Mrs. Stanley Kingston of ^ jj e^'
Leaksville. His mother, W
ployed in the Cloth Room at t
spread Mill. Grandfather, G- S-
ton, is a former employee of the
ing Mill, now retired under the
crest Pension Plan.
Shown in ‘'’ ft !
April 4. He
Larry Fun^f ’!
and Mrs. A-
derburk oi ^
Street, Centr j,
A. Robertson of Leaksville
Card Of Thank^
I wish to thank all my frie^
bors and relatives for the' ,,
gifts, flowers and cards
cent stay in the hospital- I
appreciative. May God
MRS. GEORGE S.
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