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Mill WHISTLE
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"'ELtJci^esT Mouo* Holly, Smithfield and Spray, N.'C; Fieldole, Va.; Xotwmbus, Ga. and Auburn, ,N. Y.
Spray, N. C., January 6, 1964
NO. 13
^^■'ge Crowds Attend
^srties For Children
'Se crowds of children and adult
tijj the children’s Christmas par-
V by the company Saturday,
\ Spray and at Fieldale,
jC, 'niilar parties were held at other
* lat ^°p^tions and will be reported in
issue of The Mill Whistle.
'Jtio ^J'ank, director of industrial re-
Va^^’ master of ceremonies at the
U ^ Party in the Morehead High
auditorium at 2:30 p. m. I'he
John Whitley, president of the
tlij ,*ty Ministerial Association gave
^.'^''ocation. Jack Jarrett, Draper
^ .^f'dustrial relations representative,
the group singing of Christmas
presented President Harold
^^l^itcomb who spoke greetings on
td of the management and express-
to ® Company’s pleasure in being able
Christmas parties for the
^ fnent of the children of employees.
from the Morehead High School
’■ett- composed of Sue Wood, Su-
°ok and Jean Hunt, with Mrs.
rP' Wood, as pianist, entertained
'4 j) Christmas songs. Benton Hodges
appeared as the Great Slicko,
(Continued on Page Eight)
^*^CQunt Statements
By Credit Union
' ^iinual
leu aunuai statements from the
Mills Credit Union are being
tlig '^tsd this week to all members
itig .^^sdit union. The statements, cov-
6 the last six months of 1963, show
'W ^inbers’ share accounts, the
of dividends credited, interest
If 5^'^ unpaid loan balances.
member has not received his
the week or
is any question concerning his
Sch ’ the member should get in
'vith the Credit Union office.
% Credit Union has paid a 1 per
annum dividend on savings
months since it was organized
ive years ago. The dividends are
ti *ithi the members’
y balances and
. Ch„®,^3re accounts.
officials remind
average
credited to
Union officials remind the
^ that their statements should
rifled for income tax purposes.
blankets
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MUSCOGEE VISITORS—At display in General Offices lobby, J. E. Gardner,
training manager, shows products to officials from Muscogee Mills, a Unit of Field-
crest Mills, Inc., in Columbus, Ga., who spent two days touring the Towel Mill,
Fieldale, Va., and Spray area plants and offices. Visitors, from left, are William Hes
ter, superintendent of warehousing, shipping and customer service; D. J. Moncus,
superintendent, maintenance; C. C. Bagwell assistant superintendent, manufactur
ing; and B. D. Cain, superintendent, manufacturing.
Bloodmobile Collects 95 Pints At Draper
Only 95 pints of blood were collected
by the Bloodmobile when it was sta
tioned at First Methodist Church in
Draper Friday, December 27 on its final
1963 visit to the Tri-City area.
Blood Program officials expressed
disappointment in the small turnout of
donors and pointed to the rising usage
of blood by Tri-City patients. Blood is
being used by local people at the rate
of 192 pints every two months. Since
there is a blood collection once every
two months, the S5 pints donated
amounted to only about 50 per cent of
the actual usage.
Haven Newton, Blood Program co-
chairman, thanked those who donated
blood and the full staff of volunteer
workers who assisted. “While we were
disappointed in the results, we are
grateful to those donors who did come
out on a Friday during Christmas week,
which is generally considered an unfa
vorable time for a Bloodmobile visit,”
he said.
“However, the Tri-Cities have to face
the fact that there must be new, addi
tional donors if we are to collect a suf
ficient amount of blood for the needs of
our sick and injured. We have a number
oi faithful, regular donors, to whom the
community owes a debt of gratitude for
carrying the program thus far. But
there are not enough of these and we
must recruit new donors—persons who
have not been giving blood—if we are
to keep up with the usage of blood.
Mr. Newton said the next blood col-
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Rockingham County Tax
Listing Begins At Armory
Listing taxes for the year 1964 for
Rockingham County began January 2
and will end February 1.
Those who live in Leaksville Town
ship can list their taxes at the Leaks
ville Armory during the entire month
of January.
The hours for listing at the Leaksville
Armory will be from 9:00 a. m. until
5:00 p. m., Monday through Friday, and
from 9:00 a. m. until 12:00 noon on
Saturday.
The listers will not visit Draper or
Soray, as in previous years, because all
of the county’s new tax information has
not been transferred to the city and
town books.
    

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