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Crown Chenille Founded, 1941

From The Chatsworth Times
May 22, 1941

Chatsworth Gets New
Spread Plant

Work Started on Building for
Crown Chenille Co.

The Crown Chenille Manufacturing Company has leased the M. D. Jefferson warehouse on Fourth avenue and will start a spread plant here within the next two weeks. Workmen have already started work remodeling the building to accommodate the new plant.

The company's entire plant will be in Chatsworth and they will start by employing about 100 and putting sixty machines in operation.

Mr. Jack Lumiere and Mr. Glenn Boyd, who will be in charge of the plant, and Mr. Sid Milam, who will be the company's New York representative, are here now making arrangements for the opening of the plant.

A number of Chatsworth business men contributed to the cost of remodeling the building in order to get the plant located here.

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