- Season. Mauney Hosiery Honors Employees Mauney Hosiery Mills honored 82 employees with ser- vice records, certificates of perfect attendance, and for 25 or more years of continuous service at the annual Awards Banquet Monday night at Holiday Inn. President WK. Mauney, Jr. and General Manager Charles F. Mauney joined the keynote speaker, Gardner Webb College President Dr. Craven Williams, in commending the group of employees. Making the presentations were supervisors David Ray, Jerry Webster, James Greene, Joe Wyte, David Faunce and Charles F. Mauney. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Mauney, Mrs. WK. Mauney, Jr., Mrs. Charles Mauney, Mrs. Craven Williams and Lib Stewart. Mauney Hosiery Mills was organized 45 years ago this sum- mer in the basement of a card- room at Mauney Mills in Kings Montain. =~ Today, the plant numbers 250 employees and 20 percent of them have been with the company more than five years while three of them, Edna E. Tindall, James Greene and Aileen McDaniel have worked for Mauney Hosiery 40 years or more. Quoting Charles Dickens who said in April 1884, “it is the worst and best of times,” Dr. Williams said that in 1984 there is an apprehension about the future with a society that tries to politic its way to happiness. “I wish I could carry your message to the graduates I will be speak- ing to this commencement You have been loyal, trustworthy, and successful in your jobs because you took the initiative,” said Williams, who interspersed his remarks with humorous anecdotes. Service awards went to: Devella Adams, Hazel Hipp, Elizabeth Haskins, Willie Ray Bell, Margaret Payne, Mary V. Greene, Donna Parker, Loretta Gill, Phyllis Savage, Hilda Ross and Judy Ray, five years: Ken- 0% B | a neth Birch, Dorothy Moore, Bar- bara Bees, Geneva Deaton, Wilma Harris, Shirley Smith, Juanita Starr, Cornelia Buchanan, and Jacqueline Jenkins, ten years. Guy Powell, Jo An Davis, Darlene Yarbro, Ruth Alexander, Aileene Hamrick, Bill Fender, Carol Crockett, Orangel McDaniel, Brenda Arrington, Lillian Smith, Margie Williams, Janet Jones, Helen Tate and R.G. Franklin, 15 years. Vernie Mae Allran, 20 years. Joe Wyte and Evelyn Greene, 30 years. Martha Mullinax, 35 years. Edna Earl Tindall, James Greene, and Aileene McDaniel, 40 years. Employees honored for 35 years Or more continuous ser- vice: Lib Rayfield, 38; Betty Yarbro, 37; Ruth Hughes, 34; David Mauney, 33; Henry Belk, 32; Pansy Cunningham, 31; Lib Bell, 31; Faye Bowen, 28; and A.J. Jamerson, 27. Sylvia Franklin was honored for 12 years perfect attendance. Others honored for perfect at- tendance in the various depart- ments: Knitting, Phillip Gold, one; Curtis Webb, one; Tex Sipes, two; Martha Mullinax, five; Edna E. Tindall, nine; and Helen Moss, 10; Greige Goods, Dorothy Burris, one; Elizabeth Haskins, one; Doris Spearman, one; Tim Lancaster, two; Mary Jamerson, three; and Troy Lee Wright, 13; Dye House, Walter Lewis, two; Finishing - Viola Reid, one; Susan King, one; Brenda Arrington, one; Faye Bowen, one; Rebecca Carroll, one; Eulala Doby, one; Aileen McDaniel, one; Helen Owens, one; Jimmy: Carpenter, one; Burdenia Bumgardner, one; Margaret Williams, two; Rober- ta Brown, two; Ollie Jane Hicks, two; Pearl Mcintosh, two; . Rocky Martin, six; and David Gardner, 11.. Office - Vickie Leigh, one. The invocation was given by Carl F. Mauney. A banquet meal of steak and accessories was, served. OE FY. SERVICE AWARDS - Charles F. Mauney, left, presents service awards to Vernie Mae Allran, Martha Mullinax, Joe Wyte and Aileene McDaniel during the annual awards banquet in which 800 employees were honored Monday night. At head table are Dr. and Mrs, Craven Williams of Gardner Webb College. 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