‘vcyresentalives trom all the Tri-City mills attended the ton, Fieldcrest drive chairman. Looking on, from left, are Faye
drawing- for prizes among day’s pay contributors to the Com- Flinchum, Lewis Cover, Gray Hundley, Loretta Washburn,
•Wunity Fund. Above, Fleta Martin hands ticket to Haven New- James Alley, Woodrow Rigney and Alfred Yarbrough.
Faye Flinchum, of the Engineering Department where 100 per cent of employees
gave a day’s pay to the Community Fund, shows some of prizes awarded.
Certificates To Be Awarded 100% Depts.
Prizes Given Among
Day’s Pay Donors
In. the drawings for prizes among the
Employees who gave a day’s pay or more
in the Tri-City Community Fund cam
paign, Lorene S. Bailey, of the Bed
spread Finishing Mill, won the grand
P*^ze, a 9 X 12 Estella rug.
Eleven other winners had a choice of
Imperial Rose bedspread, a Spell
bound blanket, a Karastan Happiness
or a Royal Satin scalloped sheet
pillow case set.
In the Blanket division, the winners
Charles R. Ratliff, Blanket Weave;
^erry M. Heffinger, Central Warehouse
^Ustomer Service; Foncie N. Robertson,
“leachery Piece Dyeing; and Gillie
^'^ales. Blanket Stock Dyeing.
Sheeting division winners were Wal-
'•er Bailey, Sheeting Carding and Ray-
?^ond A. Neal, Sheeting Spinning; and
the Bedspread division, Robert W.
^oore. Bedspread Carding, Lorraine F.
^tterson, Bedspread Weave,
j^^'or the Karastan Mill (including the
karastan Service Center), the winners
"^®re L. Ray Lewis, Karastan Burling
®nd Patricia J. Boyte, Karastan Office,
atnela Wray, of Spray Standards, was
ne winner in the drawing among staff
$50,394 Given Fund
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17 per cent,” Chairman Frank said,
. ,Ut there are still areas in which con-
i^^utors have not yet pledged their
share’ of the total.”
j “e noted that all totals are subject
. change as late contributions come in.
^ Undetermined amount of funds have
^®®n pledged and not yet reported. This
Uld result in an even higher increase
Certificates of Merit from the Tri-
City Community Fund are to be award
ed the following mill departments in
which 100 per cent of the employees
contributed a day’s pay or more to the
Blanket Mill Stock Dyeing Depart
ment, Bleachery Cloth Finishing De
partment, Central Warehouse Film Bag
Department, Bedspread Mill Yarn Dye
ing Department, Bedspread Finishing
Mill Warehouse Office and Sheeting
Mill Superintendent’s Office.
In the staff organization, 100 per cent
of the employees in 18 departments or
sub-departments gave a day’s pay or
more and likewise will receive Certifi
cates of Merit.
The staff units were: Leaksville Cost,
Spray Cost, Draper Cost, General Ac
counting, Office Services, Finance and
Accounting central staff. General Man
agement, Industrial Relations central
staff and Canteen; Fieldcrest Store;
Technical Services (Product Develop
ment, Research and Quality Control,
Mechanical Development); Standards
Department central staff, Leaksville
Standards, Spray Standards, Draper
Standards; Engineering Department
central staff. Filter Plant, and Specials
(Scrubbing and Window Washing,
Office Janitors, and Yard Cleaning).
Raw cotton ranges in color from the
pure white of American upland varieties
to the brown hues of some Egyptian va
GREEN STAMPS WANTED
WANTED TO BUY S & H Green
Stamps. Please call 623-7689.
^ONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1964