North Carolina Newspapers

    MARVIN S. FRAZIER
45 Years
Two awards for 45 years of continuous
service and one for 40 years have been
presented to employees thus far in May.
Receiving recognition for 45 years
were Marvin S. Frazier, of the Bed
spread Mill, and Lelia A. Roberson of
the Towel Mill. Allen Curry, of the
Bedspread Mill, was honored for his 40-
year record.
Each of the long-service employees
was presented the appropriate Field-
crest service pin and a letter of com-
Wins Speech Contest
1
Alyce White, a cutter in the Finishing
Department at Muscogee Mills, Colum
bus, Ga., is shown with her daughter,
Sue White, who was a winner in the
oratorical contests sponsored by the
Civitan Club.
Miss White, a member of this year’s
graduating class at Central High School
in Phenix City, Ala., won first place
and a cash prize in the contest held in
Phenix City and was second place win
ner in the district finals at Alexander
City, Ala.
The topic in the contests was “The
Challenge of Good Citizenship.”
2
LELIA A. ROBERSON
45 Years
mendation from President Harold W.
Whitcomb.
Mr. Frazier is a native of Rocking
ham County and was first employed
May 1, 1919 at the Athena Knitting Mill.
He became a weaver at the Bedspread
Mill in 1921 and has continued to work
at the Bedspread Mill. He was a warp
tier 1941-1951 and since 1951 has work
ed as a tie-in operator.
Miss Roberson was born in Patrick
County, Va., and has worked at the
Towel Mill continuously since May 6,
1919. She first worked in the Cloth
Room and was a trimmer for many
years. In 1947 she was transferred to
^mSERVICE
^'^^fANNIVERS ARIES
Named below are the employees who,
recently, have completed notable anni
versaries of continuous service.
Forty Years
Allen Curry Bedspread
Thirty-five Years
Charlie E. Thompson Karastan
Richard Blackwell Blanket
T. Moody Mason Blanket
Ozelma Webb Karastan
Thirty Years
Evelyn D. Patterson Towel
J. Rudolph Griggs Towel
Bruce Powell Blanket
Mozelle Morris Blanket
Walter Preston Towel
Twenty Years
James H. Ingram, Jr Muscogee
Lee Roy Sexton Sheeting
Mary L. Joyner Muscogee
Ida S. Moore Blanket
Fifteen Years
Ethel C. Henry Muscogee
Katherine W. Brooks Muscogee
Susie B. Canida Muscogee
Ten Years
John R. Biery Fieldcrest Sales
ALLEN CURRY
40 Years
the Sewing Department where si'®
worked as a wash cloth trimmer,
cutter and, since 1961, as a wash
inspector. ,
Mr. Curry was bom at Price
gan working as a doffer at the .j-
tucket Mill May 12, 1924. He was tr
ferred to the Sheeting Mill when s^
ing operations were consolidate
Draper in 1937 and worked on va
jobs in the Carding Department. J948
a weaver at the Woolen Mill 19’
and then worked for a number
of
at the Blanket and Sheeting ^
has been a quill collector and cl
at the Bedspread Mill since 1955-
CTHE MILL WHIS*
Issued Every Other Monday For
and Friends of Fieldcrest Mills, ‘
Copyright, 1964, Fieldcrest MillS/ '
Spray, N. C.
OTIS MARLOWe
editor
Member, South m\
Council Of Indus'
Editors
iti«
ADVISORY BOARD
P. E. Bowes R. O. Howard, J
Q rar^^n J. M. Moore
J. L. Crabtree J. M. Rimmer
C. A. Davis J. T. White
J. S. Eggleston '
REPORTING STAFF
Automatic Blanket Plant
Bedspread Mill
Bedspread Finishing Mill
Blanket Mill
Central Warehouse Geraldine
Draper Offices '^u'Vida
General Offices Hilda
Gladys Holland, Katherine
Karastan Mill 'If steP^deV
Karastan Service Center
Karastan Spinning Div Evelyn ^ O'^Le
Mt. Holly Spinning Mill
fViT. noiiy spinning ram
Muscogee Mills
New York Offices ^ fv
Nye-Wait Division w.dll®
Sheet Finishing Luci \
Gh.otir.o Mill .. ROtl’^gll'*':
Sheeting Mill
Towel Mill Fay Warren, Fannie
Vol. XXII Mon., May 25, 1964, .
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