Showroom Displays Duplicate Magazine Ads
Two of the ads in Fieldcrest’s national advertising for
spring, 1961, were duplicated in vignette form in the Fieldcrest
Showroom in New York. The purpose of the displays was to
show the feasibility of such coordinated arrangements for win
dow or departmental displays. The display at left, above, was
It’s Spring Again: Time To Clean Up, Pick Up
Spring Clean-Up time is here!
Across the nation civic-minded citi
zens are out to clean up their yards and
brighten their homes.
This spring ritual can yield two end
results of value:
It can beautify your home and com
It can at the same time reduce danger
from fire and other hazards.
It is well-known that a home that is
spic and span is safer from fire and that
an industrial plant that is spic and span
is a safer place in which to work.
At Fieldcrest, spring clean-up means
that building and grounds service peo
ple will be giving their work that extra
push to make the premises more pre
sentable with the arrival of spring. In
side the mills, Fieldcrest people can help
by doing the small things that make the
difference between good or poor house
Quality and efficiency as well as em
ployee safety are enhanced by cleanli
ness and orderliness in the mills, and
everyone will agree that it is more
pleasant to work in a plant that is clean
Use the checklist below to review your
own work habits concerning the every
day items that are mentioned:
1. Is your own work area well-arranged,
clean, neat, and free from waste ma
2. Do you use the clothing racks and
help keep them clean and orderly?
3. Do you properly store personal items
such as pocketbooks, lunch boxes,
4. Do you store blow pipes, ladders,
step-stools, etc., in the proper loca
5. Do you help keep boxes and trucks
stored in the zoned areas?
6. Do you do your part to keep em
ployee conveniences, water coolers,
wash rooms, smoking booths, cuspi
dors, etc., neat and orderly? Do you
put cigarette butts in the container
7. Do you pick up bobbins, quills, and
waste when you drop them on the
8. When you see oil, water, or grease
on the floor, do you report it to the
based on the “Dream Garland” ad which will appear in '
zines beginning April 20. The display at right was buiM
the^ Enchanted Garden” ad which appeared in the Ne"' ft
er in March and will be in the summer Bride’s Maga**®f'j).
sale April 15, and in the May issue of Living, on sale
Spray Mills Get
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of the sandwiches when mak'
As part of the continuing ^ P’
provide improved Canteen
employees, a full-line vending
was recently installed in the . a'
Mill, Bleachery, Central Wareho ^
Bedspread Finishing Mill. .latioi* \
Following the recent mstaU
five new coffee machines at the psiij*
and Sheeting mills, machines ,glia'*
fresh-brewed coffee are now
in all plant locations.
Income from the Canteen Ser
PREVENT AN flmnmiT
into the Fieldcrest Foundatio^^jjoii
profit organization for the pr° 0^'
religious, charitable, scientif'^' ,
and educational causes. pe-
Recent projects include
for employees or children of
and extensive improvements
ation facilities at playgrounds
out the Tri-Cities.
To Meet April
The meeting of the
at the new Bowling Center ^
Monday, April 10. At this
summer ten-pins league
- ’ ''ill
organization of the league
pleted and the bowling nig** .ni
. ntS f
All men in Fieldcrest P
fices are invited to join the p .^t
jiKvs are inviiea lo jui** •"
terested persons should
Harden of the Engineering
or C. F. Kelly of the V
Department, or interested ^
should simply attend the lea*
THE MILL ^