fieldcrest Host To Area School Offieialis
l^ators Are Told Of
.^'^Perintendents and principals from
School systems in the local area
® guests of Fieldcrest Mills recently
J Program highlighting the job op-
'^'’ities at Fieldcrest for high school
and the role of the schools
jWeparing young people for careers
^ ■'e school officials spent a good part
. at Fieldcrest, beginning with
®®ting of the entire group in the
^®rence room at the General Offices.
£ Frank, director of industrial re-
presented general information
1V*« 1 j I mA.
.^fning employment opportunities at
problems in the training and
s and conducted a discussion of
^'*'ent of young people in industry,
then presented Dr. William Mc-
J- E. Gardner, of the Depart-
of Personnel Research and Train-
discussed Fieldcrest’s employ-
foji^^l'cies and training activities,
lowing the meeting, the visitors
^°*iducted on a tour of the General
then were guests of the
at a luncheon at Meadow
Country Club at which R. A.
^*91s afternoon, the school of-
Vetj "^®re conducted on tours of the
^6 Mill and Karastan Rug Mill.
JdiigL ''^siting educators included John
schools; Wendell Newlin,
■*Vi ’ forehead, high school; Allen
iNe C. C. Lipscomb, super-
^fiidsville schools; K. u. /va-
■ ’Principal, Reidsville high school;
)%.^°^bins, principal, Ruffin high
urtis Montgomery, principal
jkHv u. Montgc
^'Sh school; A. W. Hunter,
Wentworth high school.
In top picture, Dillard Powell (front)
explains Sheetingr Mill combers to, from
left, Curtis Montgomery, A. W. Hunter,
Allen Lewis, John Hough.
Middle picture shows Dr. William Mc-
Gehee (center) discussing Company
products with, from left, Allen Lewis,
C. C. Lipscomb and Wendell Newlin.
In bottom picture, C. J. Frank (left)
conducts E. C. Anderson (center) and
J. R. Robbins on tour of Data Process
ing Department at General Offices.
APRIL 3, 1961