L^|£:i-J3cre:^t mili-s inc. • ifNonts at Draper, Greenville, leatevtHe, Motm^ Hdly, &tiilhfield oitd Sproy, H C*; Fieldal®/ Va,; Colotttbos, Ga» Oftd Aubum, N.. .Y, .
Spray, N. C., October 19, 1964
Editors’ Wives Make
Tour Of Fieldcrest
^hen the directors of the American
j '^iety of Newspaper Editors held their
meeting in Greensboro October 9,
6ir wives took advantage of the op-
^*^unity of being in the area to visit
The 14 directors’ wives were accom-
here by Mrs. Miles H. Wolff,
of the president of ASNE who is
^ ®cutive editor of the Greensboro Daily
ews; Mrs. C. O. Jeffress, wife of the
g^ident of the Greensboro News Co.;
/I Mrs. William D. Snider, wife of the
fj^ociate editor of the Greensboro Daily
visitors arrived during the morn-
and toured the Fieldcrest Store be-
going to Meadow Greens Country
'ib where they were guests of the
**ipany at a luncheon.
, ^Uring the afternoon they were con-
Ij on a tour of the General Offices
b ^ing and then went to the Karastan
Mill. At Karastan they spent much
® in the showrom and Designing De-
thr were given guided tours
P'^ghout the mill to see the manufac-
Will- of visitors included Mrs.
liam I. Ray, Jr., wife of the executive
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t'j^^i’old W. Whitcomb, president of
sirt Mills, Inc., was elected pre-
of the North Carolina Textile
k.^^facturers Association at the organ-
s 58th annual
Hj^sident of the
formerly first vice
jj^snail Y. Cooper, president of the
^ett and Henderson Cotton Mills.
Cowan of Stonecutter Mills Corp.
el^Pindale, second vice president, was C^ed first vice president. Fred L.
Jr-, of Smyre Manufacturing Co.
Vipp^stonia, was elected the new second
e^^Ofiias N. Ingram, Charlotte, was re-
tM. executive vice president and sec-
North Carolina Textile Manufac-
Association is the state trade or-
tii^l^^tion for the textile industry and
'Stains headquarters in Charlotte.
Editors’ wives showTi at Karastan are, from left, front row, Mesdames William I.
Ray, William P. Steven, Miles H. Wolff, Robert C. Notson, Norman E. Isaacs; back
row, Mesdames Vincent Jones, W. D. Snider, Creed C. Black, Herbert Brucker.
Bloodmobile To Visit Central Area Oct. 29
The Bloodmobile will be stationed at
the Rescue Squad building on the
Spray-Draper Road Thursday, October
29, from 11 a. m. until 4:30 p. m. as
the unit visits the Central Area for the
second time in 1864.
Sponsor of the visit will be the Tri-
HAROLD W. WHITCOMB
. Receives Industry Honor .
City Rescue Squad, which sponsored
the emergency visit called “Operation
Rescue” last May when a record-break
ing 282 pints of blood were donated.
Grief Jones, captain of the Rescue
Squad, said “The Rescue Squad is glad
to give assistance again to the Blood
Program by sponsoring the visit on Oc
tober 29. Our members firmly believe
in the program and are aware of the
vital need for such a service in the Tri-
Cities. We intend to work hard in the
recruiting of donors and confidently ex
pect that more than 150 pints will be
Blood Program officials said “at least
150 pints” are needed on the October 29
visit in order to maintain blood collec
tions in balance with the actual usage
of blood for Tri-City people. Blood is
being used at an average rate of 157
pints every two months, which means
that the Bloodmobile needs to collect
at least that amount on each bi-monthly
The recruiting of donors for the Oc
tober 29 visit will be concentrated in
the Central Area, including Fieldcrest’s
General Offices building where every
employee is to be contacted.
Although the Bloodmobile will be sta
tioned in the Central Area for the con
venience of those who live or work in
that section, donors are expected from
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