Prizes Awarded For Safety Slogans
At Sheet Finishing Mill, Scott Chowning, superintendent, presents prizes to (from
left) Lillie C. Powell, first prize winner; Nora Griggs, second; and Mary Ann Rea,
third. Marvin Clifton, Sewing Department foreman, looks on at far right.
Left to right. Jack Baker, superintendent of Bleachery and Finishing Mill; F. T.
Suttenfield, general superintendent; Gaynelle Woodall, first prize winner; Quesell
Scott, Blanket Sewing Department foreman; George Holland, second prize; Fred
Sizemore, foreman of Beck Dye Department; and George Arender, Jr., third prize.
Employees At Spray Area Mill®
Are Presented Cash Awards For
Entries In Company-Wide Contest
Pictured on this page are the miU
winners in the central Spray area in
the safety slogan contest conducted
among employees in all Fieldcrest
plants. Winners at other mills are to b®
shown in future issues of The MiU
Prizes were awarded in each mill a®
follows: first prize, $15.00; second,
$10.00; and third, $5.00.
Winners at the Sheet Finishing Mill
and their slogans were: first, Lillie C-
Powell, Sewing Department, “Be Safe,
Be Sure: Prevention Is Worth More
Than A Cure”; second, Nora Griggs,
Packaging Department, “Safety Prac
ticed All The Time, Reach Sixty-Five
Feeling Fine”; and third, Mary Ann
Rea, Sewing Department, “Safety PraC'
tice Not Hard To Do—Saves Us And
The Company, Too”.
In the Finishing Mill, Gaynelle Wood
all, of the Blanket Sewing Departrnent,
received first prize for her slogan, “Use
Safety And Do Your Best While YoU
Work At Fieldcrest”. Second place wen
to George S. Holland, Beck Dye Depart
ment, “On Any Shift, Night Or Day,
Always Work The Safety Way”. Winner
of third place was George W. Arender,
Jr., Beck Dye Department, “Practice
Safety Every Day. Carelessness Wn
Bleachery winners were: first prize,
Wilbert King, Cloth Finishing Depart
ment, “Foresight Guards Eyesight >
second, Roy O. Jones, Piece Dyeing D®'
partment, “Talking Safety Is OK Bu
Performing Safety Is The Only ’
and third, James M. Hall, Cloth Finisn
ing, “Time To Work — Not To Pla^'
Safety Means Your Life Today”.
The Sheet Finishing prizes were pr®'
sented by Scott Chowning, superintend
ent. F. T. Suttenfield, general superin
tendent of the Bleachery, Finishing Mi
and Central Warehouse, awarded tn
prizes at the Finishing Mill and
Baker, superintendent of the Bleacher^
and Finishing Mill, made the presents'
tions to Bleachery winners.
Paul Justin PuH^'
am, who has
birthday, is son
Mr. and Mrs. Robei
^ of Winni®
Scott, who is employ
ed at the Karasta
From left, F. T. Suttenfield, Jack Baker, Wilbert King, first prize winner; Roy
Jones, second prize; James Hall, third prize; Carson Oakley, foreman of Cloth
Finishing Department; and Eugene Purcell, foreman. Piece Dyeing Department.
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