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    "New Registration Is Necessary To Vote In Sewerage District Bond Election -
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Tent ensemble is from Story’and
Mion for children’s rooms.
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W Spring Lines Shown In Magazine Ads
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Spray, N. C., March 16, 1964
Rsmance Is A Rose ‘one look’ will bs
featured in several magazines.
Sons of American homemakers
Fieldcrest ads and read about
lines of merchandise in the
series of Fieldcrest national ad-
in full-page colored ads in
ij^g magazines are the Romance Is
.^se ‘one look’ coordinated bed and
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fashions; the Big Tent ‘one look’ n
''^rest’s “Storyland” bed and bath
fashions in children’s motifs, and an
outstanding ad on Royal Velvet towels
which is being repeated in the current
The Romance Is A Rose ensemble
includes sheets, blanket, towels, bath
rug and shower curtains. The ad is in
the summer issue of Modem Bride, now
on sale.
It will appear in the April issues Oi
House Beautiful and Show, and will
be in House Beautiful’s Spring Folio
of Home Decorating.
The ad also will appear in the April
issue of Vogue, in the May issues of
Sunset, Harper’s and House & Garden,
in the May 2 issue of New Yorker, on
sale April 30; and in the autumn issue
(Continued on Page Three)
Vi** outstanding ad on Royal Velvet
^ is repeated in current series.
NO. 18
Rules Are Revised In
Mills’ Safety Contest
Bleachery Employees Will Get
First Barbecue To Be Awarded
On 2,000 Safe Man-Hour Basis
Employees of the Bleachery at Spray
have won a free barbecue under the
new eligibility rules of the safety con
test in effect at Fieldcrest Mills. The
barbecue is to be served in the mill to
all employees Wednesday, March 18.
The Bleachery had accumulated an
average of over 2,000 man-hours of ac
cident-free operation per employee at
the end of January. This is roughly
equivalent to a full year of operation
without a lost-time injury. The last such
injury occurred February 4, 1963.
Under terms of the contest, as re
vised effective January 1, 1964, the
company gives a barbecue for all em
ployees of any mill that has operated
without lost-time injuries for an aver-
(Continued on Page Three)
Gordon Berkstresser
Named To Sales Post
Gordon Berkstresser joined our Field
crest Sales Division effective March 1
as assistant manager of toweling and
ticking sales for Muscogee Mills, a unit
of Fieldcrest Mills, Inc. in Columbus,
Georgia. He will be located at the Mus
cogee Sales Office at 104 West Fortieth
Street, New York City.
Mr. Berkstresser has had broad ex
perience in this field and most recently
was vice president and national sales
manager of Spring Air Company.
You Must Register
Have you registered?
Citizens of the incorporated towns of
Leaksville, Spray and Draper will con
sider more than $3 million in bonds for
the proposed Eden Metropolitan Sewer
age District in a bond election to be held
March 31.
A completely new registration is nec
essary in order to be eligible to vote in
the bond election. Citizens may register
between now and March 21.
Books will be open at the armory in
Leaksville and at the town halls m
Spray and Draper from 9 a. m. until
sunset Saturday, March 21.
In addition, registrars will be avail
able at their homes or places of busi
Mrs. Walter L. Johnson, Leaksville
registrar who is employed at the Leaks
ville town hall, will register eligible
voters there and also after working
hours at her home, 108 Jefferson street.
In Draper, Miss Janice Sparks will
register voters at her home, 200 N. High
street, any day after 5 p. m.
Allen W. Hancock Sr., who is registrar
in Spray, will keep his books open
throughout the week at his home, 200
Park avenue.

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