Italian President’s Son Visits Showroom
W recent state visit of Presi-
5i^j^^^^ntonio Segni of Italy tO' this
"y, our company was honored to
j,’. a member of the entourage, visit
' *6ldcrest showroom at 60 West 40th
in New York.
_were accompanied by Mrs,
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Biddle Duke, wife of the Chief
'^otocol in the U. S. State Depart
ment. Ina Cosentino, receptionist at
our Fieldcrest sales headquarters, is
fluent in Italisin and very capably help
ed them make their purchases.
Both of them were delighted with
Fieldcrest’s colors and patterns and Dr.
Segni, soon to be married, said he
hoped to plan his bathrooms around
In the picture at left above, Field-
crest salesman John Holmes (left), G.
W. Moore, president of the Fieldcrest
marketing division (second from left)
and Miss Cosentino (far right) are
shown talking with Dr. Segni and Mrs.
At right above. Miss Cosentino shows
the “1776'’ bedspread of our American
Heritage collection to Mrs. Duke (left)
and Dr. Segni.
iJ9 Fieldale Employees Submit Safety Slogans
conducted at the
slogan _ _
“ill in the interest of accident-
p^^ion drew 119 slogans suggested
of first prize was Geneva
Ogj the Spooling Department. Her
I “I work safely in every way
V be back another day.”
prize went to Jimmy Ingram
Weave Room who suggested: “An
liijg illness, we must under-
\ ’ doesn’t always happen to our
Employees tied for the third-
As part of the Towel Mill’s intensive
program to prevent on-the-job injuries,
the slogan contest was held at the same
time that the mill supervisors were
participating in a safety training course
taught by H. E. Williams, safety di
The immediate goal of the Towel Mill
is to operate the entire year of 1964
without a lost-time injury. No disabling
injuries have occurred so far this year.
award. They were Edward C.
Plant Service, who suggested:
be done, it can be done safe
ly Governor Edward Reid, Jr.,
Carding Department, who sug-
"It CAN be done—Safely.”
gift sets were awarded to the
! j^*'oduction Leaders
j Allied At Greenville
j production award win-
i ''isin Karastan Spinning Di-
■ 0( in Greenville for the month
^ anuary were:
' Willa Morris
Winners in a safety slogan contest at the Towel Mill are presented towel gift sets.
W. O. Stone Jr., assistant superintendent (far left), makes presentation to Geneva
Clark, Jimmy Ingram and Governor Edward Reid, Jr. Another winner, Edward C.
Williams, was not present for the photograph.
AY, FEBRUARY 17, 1964