^ew Assignments Announced At Fieldale
R. L. HILDRETH
J. H. MARTIN
A. W. BALDWIN, JR. J. E. NEWBERN
G. H. JAMES, SR.
„'^e following organization changes at
"6 Fieldale Towel Mill have been an-
''Uneed, effective recently:
^Robert L. Hildreth, foreman of the
Jam Dyeing Department, was appoint-
j,. assistant superintendent of the
Jaldale Towel Mill, replacing Thomas
' Royce, recently named superintend-
of the Foremost Screen Print plant.
J' Harry Martin, foreman of the Yarn
Japaration Department, was appointed
vl^^t foreman of the Fieldale Towel
and Armon W. Baldwin, Jr., shift
^faman in the Carding and Spinning
y^Partments, was named foreman of
Everett Newbern, assistant fore-
in Beam Dyeing, was appointed
l?*'aman of that Department; and Grady
J James, Sr., night superintendent, was
atped training coordinator.
Hildreth, attended Wingate Col
and received his A. B. degree in
Jamistry from Catawba College. He
the Fieldale Towel Mill in June,
J as a management trainee and in
1961 became assistant foreman in
® Eyeing and Bleaching Department.
(Jp March 1964, he was transferred to
uj Bedspread Mill at Eden as foreman
^ the Dyeing and Slashing Departments.
J ® returned to Fieldale in November
as shift foreman in the Beam
Joeing Department. He became fore-
of that department in April 1966
^ served in that capacity until his
Income Tax Booklet
(Continued from Page Six)
J- E. Wall, district director of IRS,
j.^Phasized that taxpayers who have no
JPrized deductions to claim or income
1 Pfir than wages to report or tax credits
L Bst, should not be confused by the
package of forms they receive.
. such cases, Mr. Wall said, the tax-
J^er needs only to file the single page
J 1040 contained in the package and
(?’Ppute his tax from the tables, or use
standard deduction, as in the past,
discard the balance of the package.
1^0 one ever finds life worth living.
P® always has to make it worth living.
Monday, November s, i969
latest appointment. He is a native of
Mr. Martin, a native of Patrick Coun
ty, Va., first joined the company in
1937 as production clerk at the Hosiery
Mill. He became a knitter in 1941 and
continued in that eapacity until he en
tered the Army in World War II.
Upon his return from service he re
sumed his job as a knitter and at the
closing of the Hosiery Mill became an
intermediate tender in the Towel Mill
He was transferred to the Standards
Department in 1947 as a control tester
and in July, 1957, entered the super
visory training program in the Spinning
Department. He was promoted to assist
ant foreman in July, 1959, and became
foreman of Carding and Spinning in
July, 1966. He was appointed foreman
of the Yarn Preparation Department in
Mr. Baldwin took pre-engineering
work at Wingate College and received
his B. S. degree in textile technology
from North Carolina State University
in 1967. He joined Fieldcrest immedi
ately after his graduation as a manage-
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ment trainee at the Fieldale Towel Mill.
He became a shift foreman in the Card
ing and Spinning Departments in Jan
uary 1969. Mr. Baldwin is a native of
Mr. Newbern graduated from East
Carolina University with an A. B. de
gree in chemistry. He joined the Fieldale
Towel Mill in July, 1965, as a manage
ment trainee. He became assistant fore
man in the Beam Dyeing Department in
July, 1966, and served in that capacity
until his appointment as foreman. He is
a native of Colerain.
Mr. James, a graduate of Clemson
College with a B. S. degree in textile
engineering, joined the Fieldale Towel
Mill as night superintendent in January,
1967. He previously had served over 20
years in the textile industry as a de
partment supervisor and as a night su
perintendent. He is a native of Green
wood, S. C., and served overseas in the
infantry during World War II.
Arlecia Faye Campbell
Arlecia Faye Camp
bell is pictured here
when she was 18
months old. Parents
are Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Campbell. Mr.
Campbell works in
the Dye House at the
Karastan Rug Mill,
and Mrs, Campbell
(Arbedella) works in
the Cut and Sew De
partment of the Sheet Finishing Mill.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John
ny Watkins and Mrs. Mary Ann Seales.
Ellery M. Blackstock
years old, is the son
of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Blackstock is em
ployed in the Picker
Room at the Blanket
Mill, and Mrs. Black-
stock (Peggy) works
in the Weave Room
at the Sheeting Mill.