Children Of Fieldale Towel Mill Employee
Pictured above are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Belton. Mr. Belton is em
ployed in the Weave Room at the Fieldale Towel Mill. From left to right are Donald,
14; Ella, nine; Jeff, six; and William, two years old.
Pictured above are the triplets of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whit
low of Winston-Salem. They are, from left to right, Renee
Elizabeth, Robert Edward, Jr., and Robin Elaine. They were
five months old when the picture was taken.
Mrs. Norma Alverson, employed at the Bedspread Finishing
Mill, is an aunt of the triplets. Jack Rieson, employed at the
Blanket Mill, and Mrs. Mildred Rieson, who works at the
Blanket Finishing Mill, also are relatives of the triplets.
Reece is the two-
year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerry Reece.
The child is grandson
of Mrs. Mildred Cook
of the Physical Test
ing Laboratory and
of Thomas Reece, of
the Carding Depart
ment at the Draper
Card Of Thanks
I would like to thank Dr. Victor Cre-
senzo and the nurses and staff at Annie
Penn Memorial Hospital for their in
terest shown me while I was a patient
there. To all of my special friends and
Sandi Linette Stra
der, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip
Strader of Greens
boro, celebrated her
March 29. She is the
granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Hyl
ton of Eden. Mr.
Hylton is employed
in the Blanket Weave Room.
neighbors, I am indeed grateful for all
the cards, gifts, flowers and other acts
of kindness. I especially want to thank
Rev. J. S. Higgins for the visits and
prayers. May God bless each of you.
MRS. LIVIE RAKES
MRS. RICHARD HENRY ROYALS
Miss Racek, Mr. Royall
Miss Sandra Racek recently becaif’®
the bride of Richard Henry Royall, so®
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Royall °
Greensboro. The bride is the daugh^®^
of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Racek, of
leigh, and the granddaughter of Mr.
Mrs. W. O. Highfill, of Eden. Mr.
fill is employed as a technician at
Karastan pilot plant.
- Sell - Swap
FOR SALE: Sofa and chair. In
condition. $75. Call 627-7870 after
FOR SALE: Wheel chair in good co»'
dition. Will sell cheap. Call 635-H ^
or see at 107 Cascade Avenue aft
FOR SALE: 8-track Ranger stereo taP®
player with 4 speakers and 3
$100. Also a Sears stereo tape
er with 2 speakers and dual ehan®
control for $125. Both less than 1
old. Call 635-1690 between 12 noon a®
FOR SALE: Gravely tractor with
inch rotary mower. Contact Fred ,
ton at Credit Union Office, Genaf
Offices building, Eden.
FOR SALE: Girls’ 18-inch bicycle.
be seen at 712 S. Patrick Street,
FOR SALE: Kitchen cabinet and cUP'
board, both made of maple and in 8®®
condition. Three-burner electric sW ^
with oven. Good window screens, a®
four storm windows. Girls’ 26-i®^j
bicycle. Brand new kitchen cabi®
with 8-foot top. Phone 635-6602 ®
fore 11 a.m. and after 4 p.m.
WANTED TO BUY: Tricycle, with
ne, wi>-“ -
inch or larger front wheel. Teleph®
623-2780 after 5 p.m.
THE MILL WHISTI’^