Employees Presented Service Awards
Dj „• Combs Completes 45 Years
|V, With Company; Five
Attain 40-Year Records
March, one employee com-
iiij^5 years of continuous service
others attained 40-year service
% ® With the company.
W 45-year man is W. Jasper
of the Blanket Mill, whose 45th
; ■j.^'^iversary was March 1. Morris
' “'^er, of the Karastan MiU, com-
years on the same date.
'^nl * oi uie iuwca
5ajj,-f 40 years March 6; Peter S.
s/ — vu. O \J11 LllC
J- Ingram, of the Towel Mill,
.(JPton, Blanket Mill, completed 40
i March 11; and John W. Page,
_ Mill, and Jesse S. Slaydon,
MiU,’attained 40-year records
veteran employees was
ill 5 with the appropriate service
received a letter of com-
Of* from President Harold W.
was born in Rockingham
l9lq first employed March
■ His service record shows that
\^„,'^orked all of his 45 years at the
(jfj Mill and has worked all of the
Ijf a Weaver.
burner is also a Rockingham
irj^'^J'^tive and has worked at the
JOHN W. PAGE
ALLEN J. INGRAM
W. JASPER COMBS
>ty _ _ _
192?*^ Mill continuously since March
•iyi-Ql.’ He has never been off of the
^ jrg or any reason during his entire
^ service. He was foreman in _
ashing Department until 1944 jeSSE S. SLAYDON MORRIS E. TURNER PETER S. HAMPTON
'g Q ® became foreman in the Finish-
' a >!, ^®*^rnent. He continues to work
Pervisor in the latter department
is a native of Henry
’ ®rid WEIS employed as a
Jis the Towel Mill March 6, 1924.
^51 has been continuous since
ate. The personnel records show
r- Ingram has worked as a weav^-
er during all of his 40 years of service
with the company.
Mr. Hampton was born near Draper
and first worked at the Draper mills in
1920 as a waste machine operator and
picker hand. He has continuous service
since March 11, 1924, when he was re-
cholarship Recipient Honored
Gale Rhodes, a Fieldcrest
recipient who is a junior
Carolina State, has been
\ „-..^o membership in Phi Kappa
n f 'nemoersnip in ±"ni xvappa
■'•tstg^^onal honor society, recognizing
T^: . •'g scholarship.
the highest honor a student
j, me highest honor a siuaeiu
Va North Carolina State. Phi
in technical colleges and uni-
> iji ^ comparable to Phi Beta Kap-
Stijrf *oeral arts schools.
\j'^®nts elected to Phi Kappa Phi
^ the top five per cent of
1 hior class and the top eight per
the fall of 1961, was awarded
'.^'^rest Scholarship worth $2,000
*^6 four years of college attend-
is scholarship is one of 11 given
fieldcrest Foundation since I960
employees and children of em-
^ ® in obtaining a college education.
' 5 ^®^or in applied mathematics, Gale
jl of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Rhodes,
\ f Greenwood Street, Leaksville.
is assistant designer in our
tics designing department.
^^DAY, MARCH 3 0, 1 9 64
Makes Outstanding Record
employed as a feeder in the Blanket
Mill Picking Department. Beginning in
1926, he worked on various jobs in the
Wool Picking Department. He has been
a hydraulic press feeder since 1958.
Mr. Page, a native of Reidsville, was
first employed in the Sheeting Weave
Room March 17, 1924 and has continu
ous service since that date. He worked
as a weaver until 1942 when he was
promoted to loomfixer. He has con
tinued to work as a loomfixer to the
Mr. Slaydon was bom in Henry Coun
ty, Va., and was employed as a weaver
at the Blanket Mill March 17, 1924. He
has continuous service since that time.
He was a weaver until 1939 when he
was promoted to loomfixer in which
capacity he continues to serve.
Euy . . . Sell . . . Swap
WILL TRADE: 4-burner gas cook stove,
small gas heating stove, small oil cir
culator. All good as new. Will trade
for light-weight chain saw. H. F.
Reavis, Joyce’s Store, Fieldale; or write
Box 238, Rt. 1, Fieldale, Va.
FOR SALE: Dahlia bulbs, assorted sizes
and colors. Soe W. J. SquirGS, 207 W.
Carolina Avenue, Draper, or telephone
FOR SALE: 12-lb. bowling ball with
bag. Almost new; cost $32; will sell
for $13. Contact Eivelyn Beasley, Kara
stan Spinning Division, Greenville.