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Copyright, 1970, Fieldcrest Mills, loH
Eden, N. C. 27288 ^
Issued Every Other Monday For EmpJ*!
and Friends of Fieldcrest Mills, h’®’l
OTIS MARLOWE I
ALICE WARNER '
Member, International Association
of Business Communicators^^
Monday, Nov. 3, 1970
Winners in recent Dan Valley Sports Car Club rally, from left, are second place,
Jim Mans, navigator, and Verla Mans, driver; first place, Mike Taylor, driver, and
Teddy Denny, navigator; third place. Rusty Love, driver, and Earl Trogdon, navi
gator. Both Love and Trogdon are from Burlington.
Fieldcresters Wmsiers In Sports Gar Rally
Fieldcresters won first and second
trophies in the first rally staged by the
recently-organized Dan Valley Sports
Top honors for completing the com
plicated 81-mile event went to driver
Mike Taylor, of the Fieldale Towel Mill
Industrial Engineering Department, and
his navigator, Teddy Denny, of Eden.
Second place winners were driver
Verla Maus of the Bedspread Finishing
Booth Named Weave
Room Shift Foreman
Mill Office and her husband, Jim Maus
of the Sheet Finishing Mill Industrial
Engineering Department, who was nav
The club has scheduled another rally
for Sunday, November 15, wih registra
tion to begin at 1 p.m. The rally is not
limited to sports cars or club members.
Anyone may enter any type of car, do
mestic or foreign.
The Dan Valley Sports Car Club was
formed to band together all sports car
owners and enthusiasts in this area, and
is open to anyone wishing to join. Own
ership of a sports car is not required.
Those wishing to obtain more informa
tion about the club may do so by con
tacting any of its members.
“A rally is fun and an inexpensive
sport played with cars,” Maus said. “It
is basically a timed event run from one
point to another point or points on pub
lic roads at or below legal speed limits.
The scoring is done on the basis of timed
accuracy through these points. It is one
of the most popular and exciting of all
sports car activities.”
Mildred G. Doss
Inez P. Hodges
Carrie J. Howell ••
Floyd P. Sartin
Beatrice P. Earles J
Harry R. Evans Kav
Sam B. Rhodes, Jr Research &
S. B. Spears
Gertrude H. Shaw
Eugene S. Page
Twenty-Five Years j
Lemuel H. Hopkins Fi®
Louis E. Outland Blanket
James B. Allen Blanket «
Clarence W. Boyd
Ralph Dillard Mayes Sh® j,:
Ethel C. Allen Sb^L
Clarice L. Odell
Maudreen L. Dixon
Elsie H. Carter
Henry S. Eanes i
James I. Cabler BedsP .,i
Mary A. Durham Sheet Fih'
Arthur W. Mabes KaZ
Albert R. Harris
New Records Attained
By Fieldcrest Donors
Michael E. Booth, formerly a super
visory trainee, has been appointed a
shift foreman in the Bedspread Mill
Mr. Booth came to work for Field
crest in October, 1968, as an overhauler
in the Bedspread Mill Weave Room. He
worked as a loom fixer in the Weave
Room from September, 1969, until Feb
ruary, 1970, when he entered the super
visory training program. He is a native
A number of blood donors, nearly
all of them Fieldcresters, reached new
records when the Bloodmobile made its
recent visit to Eden.
Of those who gave blood, Jim Huff
man is now a four-gallon donor; Gar
land Church is a three-gallon donor;
Jack Burgart, Walter B. Altizer, Jr., W.
Fred Robertson and John South are
David Kemp, Jimmy Shropshire, Jam
es M. Robertson, Maynard Rodgers, H.
Gray Hundley, Richard William Witt,
Jr., Michael D. Gentry and John R.
Martin are one-gallon donors.
Leona L. Jefferson -, j,(
Minnie B. Grogan Sheet Fih* ■
Laura R. Haynes Fi®
Fifteen Years j
Frances C. Dunivant
Norman L. Agee Blanket Fih*® j;
Bobby C. Brown ,
Vera W. Stone
Douglas D. Hundley
Amos F. Craddock BedsF
Ava M. Ethridge
Janie C. Irving Bedspread I**
Luke E. Chewning General OK
Mary C. Helms CoWV
Andrew J. Jones Blanket F> „
Harold W. Martin Fi®'
Isn’t it better to go ahead and tell
the truth than to try and remember
what you said?
Ten Years j|
Calvin W. Adams Fi® t
Edna P. Hamilton Auto. B'R
Ethelea J. Flowers Auto. 3^
John L. West, Jr BedSF
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