Coca Cola Plant Changes Hands Messrs. Ferrell Of Chattanooga Buy Coca Cola Plant From F. A. Wright This Week
Messrs. T. S. Ferrell and Morgan Ferrell of Chattanooga, Tenn., have purchased the Coca Cola Bottling Plant of the C. E. Wright Ice Company from F. A. Wright, and assumed control of the plant.
Morgan Ferrell, who will manage the local plant, is one of the most experienced Coca Cola bottling men in the country, having for a number of years been connected with the business in many of the larger cities.
plant will be continued in operation under the style of Coca Cola Bottling Works of Greenwood, with Mr. Morgan Ferrell as vice- president and general manager. The new company will supply the same territory and will at an early date erect a building at a new location to house the plant.
From The Greenwood Daily Commonwealth, October 31, 1924
Ground was broken this morning for the erection of a building for the Coca Cola Bottling Company at the corner of Henry and Cotton streets. The plant of Coca Cola Company will occupy the new building when completed.
From The Greenwood Daily Commonwealth, January 26, 1925
Work is progressing rapidly on the new building at the corner of Henry and Cotton streets which will house the Coca Cola Bottling Works, when completed.
The new building will be 60 by 115 feet overall with a second floor thirty feet back, and with a basement 32 feet under the front. Garages and sheds will be erected on the lot which is 150 x 170.
Estes-Williams-Ragsdale are the contractors.
It is expected that the plant will be in operation in the new building sometime in April.
From The Greenwood Daily Commonwealth, February 5, 1925
The plant of the Coca Cola Bottling Company has been moved into their new home at the corner of Cotton and Henry Streets. The building, erected by the local company, is complete in every detail with new machinery for handling the products of the company.
A formal opening for the building at a later date is now being planned.
From The Greenwood Daily Commonwealth, April 29, 1925