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    I right, Mrs. R. L. Stephens wears pants suit made from
sheets and bedspread; Mrs. J. A. O’Leary models mini
Lustre” towel, converted into pants suit with white pants;
Mrs. J. A. Parker shows hostess ensemble made using a “Print-
work” bedspread; Mrs. R. G. Ogburn wears coat dress fashioned
from “Velvet Touch” blanket.
^shion Show Presented For Eden Onbs
created from Fieldcrest pro-
of (jj ''’ere shown at a dinner meeting
'•> ®even federated women’s clubs
3nd the Junior Service League
the Meadow Greens
15 at
■‘"y Club.
Mohler, formerly manager of
'’rest Marketing
length dress they do not all want the
same kind of furnishings for their home.
“We know that women have a way
of selecting home furnishings the way
they select clothes and we at Fieldcrest
try to provide accessories that women
will want and like.”
The program was arranged under the
direction of Mrs. W. B. Weaver, who
introduced Mrs. Mohler. Presidents of
the federated clubs and the Junior Ser
vice League were recognized along with
Mrs. Karl Bishopric, a former NCFWC
president, and several others.
’lelj'”"')' and sales training in the
Division, New
commentator for the fashion
^f'd guest speaker. Mrs. Mohler
recently to study for her Ph.D.
the University of Maryland
'h'l'ently is a consultant to Field-
^boYg^'^dition to the creations pictured
’ . the following were shown:
.'tul” sheets made into
a breakfast robe
a ruffled
bedspread; an Eliz-
*'°®tess dress created from a
... I'a ’ shoof- a pants suit made from
bedspreads; and a midi en-
® fnade from a “Lustre” towel.
'’Opacity crowd at the meeting
^lohler discuss current
Nibe fashion both for apparel and
, .tarnishings. Pointing to home
hst ''gs she said “We believe that
Pot all women want the same
Honored By A. P. A.
Dr. William McGehee, director of per
sonnel research and development at
Fieldcrest, was honored at the recent
25th anniversary meeting of the Amer
ican Psychological Association in Miami.
Dr. McGehee was the subject of a ci
tation read at the meeting and was pre
sented a plaque as a past president of
the industrial division of the A. P. A.
The citation read in part: “Dr. William
McGehee . . . has served the A. P. A.
in many capacities and is at the present
time its treasurer.
“Dr. McGehee is a respected national
authority in the field of training. Al
though many publications attest to this,
he is perhaps best known for his book,
‘Training in Business and Industry’,
done with Paul W. Thayer.”
ay, NOVEMBER 2, 1970

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