'9med To New Post
M. Ellington, Jr., formerly
ttoj of the Domestics Quality Con-
i«si ^epartment, has been appointed
®Pt director of technical services.
Vi(,^'^°*^tinues to report to L. H. Hance,
1( ' L. Patton, director of research; E.
**^0(3 director of domestics
‘^6'^elopment; T. R. Smith, as-
director of domestics quality
“and R. G. Barnard, project
'Pment engineer, report to Mr.
Fieldcrest since 1956, Mr. El-
had been director of the Do-
Quality Control Department
®«afi,,^ay, 1967, and earlier was a re-
engineer in the Research and
STANLEY ELLINGTON, JR.
A native of Henderson, he received
his B. S. degree in textiles from North
Carolina State University in 1952.
JANUARY 19, 1970
Prepares W-2 Forms
W-2 forms and withholding state
ments for 1969 are being prepared at
Eden and will be distributed by the
Payroll Department sometime during
the last week in January.
Withholding statements for the North
Carolina Finishing Company division,
the NCF Sales Department, the Alex
ander Sheeting Mill and the Worthville
Spinning Mill are being distributed
from those locations. Statements for the
Laurelcrest Carpet and- Yarn Mills and
the Scottsboro Rug Mill are being pre
pared in Eden.
Employees who are out sick or laid
off are to receive their withholding
statements through the U. S. mail. Any
one who fails to get the form should
contact the Payroll Department.