Cov­ing­ton Mills to Pay Bonus

More than $7,000.00 Will Be Dis­trib­uted in Next Few Days

The Covington News - - MEMORY LANE -

The Cov­ing­ton Mills has an­nounced they will pay a bonus to their em­ploy­ees the first of April.

Ev­ery em­ployee of the mill will amount to more than $7,000.00.

This bonus is given as an ap­pre­ci­a­tion of the faith­ful­ness of their em­ploy­ees and as a tan­gi­ble ev­i­dence of this ap­pre­ci­a­tion.

The Cov­ing­ton Mills was es­tab­lished in 1900 and since its es­tab­lish­ment has never run a day’s short times ex­cept for fail­ure of the power sys­tems or while co-op­er­at­ing with the pro­vi­sions of NRA.

In sev­eral of the fam­i­lies liv­ing in the mill vil­lage there are three gen­er­a­tions work­ing in the mill. An un­usu­ally high type of mill work­ers live in the vil­lage and har­mony has al­ways pre­vailed with their em­ploy­ees. As ev­i­dence of this fact the la­bor turnover is less than one per cent per year.

The of­fi­cers of the mill are: T. C. Swann, pres­i­dent; R.O. Arnold, gen­eral man­ager and trea­surer; E.B. Rogers, sec­re­tary.

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