Averett College Design Students Visit Karastan
Averett Colleg-e merchandising and design seniors wn«
Karastan Mill recently are shown as they were welcom
Jones Norman (far left) prior to mill tour.
In Designing De
partment at Karastan,
visitors pause to ob
serve work of Katie
shown from left to
right standing, are
Hopewell, Va.; Betty
Abernathy, R i c h-
mond, Va.; and Linda
Bostelman, Fort My
Issued Every Other Monday P®]’,. me./
and Friends of Fielderest Miljj'
Copyright, 1964, Fielderest MiHS'
Spray, N. C.
JVlember, South jji
P. E. Bowes R. O. Howard,
D. F. Carson J. M. Moore
J. L. Crabtree J. M. Rimmer
C. A. Davis J. T. White
J. S. Eggleston
Vol. XXII Monday, June 22,
Steagall Receives Honors At State Colle|^
DARRELL, C. STEAGALL
Darrell C. Steagall, Fielderest Schol
arship recipient, is making an out
standing record at North Carolina State
College, where he is majoring in textile
He has been elected to the highest of
fice in the School of Textiles, that of
president of Tompkins Textile Council,
the students’ governing body in the
School of Textiles. He stepped up to
the presidency from the office of vice
president which he held in the 1963-64
Just before the end of school this
year Darrell was tapped into Blue Key
national honor fraternity which “rec
ognizes character, scholarship and serv
ice, placing equal emphasis on leader
ship in campus student activities.”
Darrell is co-editor of the TEXTILE
FORUM, a technical textile magazine
published by students in the School of
Textiles for the textile industry and
which has a circulation of ove
He is a former business managei"
He has served as vice
Delta Kappa Phi, the oldest
textile fraternity in the country. p^o'
is a member of Kappa Tau Be a
fessional knitting fraternity.
Dean’s List student and will
in June, 1965.
Darrell graduated from Tri-City ^ jji
School in 1955 and was emplo^^
the Standards Department of the
c+an Mill wh#^n hp was awarded ^ . .nfij
Stan Mill when he was awarded
crest Scholarship in the summerj^i^j^^n,
His wife, the former Patricia gcf®'
at that time was employed as a j p
tary at Karastan. She is employ
Raleigh while Darrell is ^tt
Darrell is the son of Mr. f^'
James J. Steagall of Leaksville.
ther is a weaver at the Bedsprea
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