Page 4 THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER THURSDAY, JLLY i Aliens Creek News Miss Janet Amnions. The commencement exercise of the vacation Bible school was held Friday night. An interesting pro gi ;.m was given. Miss Madge Lewis, acting as principal, gave reports of the school. The exer cise was well attended. Rev. A. P. Sprinkle started a revival at the Allen's Creek Baptist church Sunday night. The public is invited to attend. Frank Massie left Saturday for New Jersey where he will hold a position. Mr. and Mrs. Frank MedforJ and family, of Barnardsville, vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Medford. Private Melvin Lanning, of Fort Crockett, Texas, 6pent a two weeks furlough with Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lannirj and his sister, Mrs. I.otha Mitch'.!. Carl Br c Norolk, Va. his mother, :e, who is stationed at , spent a week with Mrs. Delia Breese. Mrs. Eva Stevens, of Canton, visited Mrs. Blanche Franklin this week. NYA Girls' Project Made Fine Record Under Mrs. Walker The NYA girls' project which was located here has been closed and all equipment moved to the resident center in : Asheville, oc- ' cording to Mrs. Paul Walker, who has been in charge of the work. The project has given employ ment and training to an average of 50 girls at one time since it was established. The girls en rolled were given training in sew ing, weaving, cooking and serving meals. They were furnished with one balanced meal a day and each one was given . a physical exam ination. In addition to the training given the girls the project has been of great value to the county in sew ing for the public institutions. Among other things accomplish ed by the girls are: 700 bandages made for civilian defense; BOO gar ments for the Red Cross, together with hundreds of bandages and dressings to be used in first aid classes in the county; sewing and Early 2 'orning Explosion Causes Heavy Damage Here 5 News From Jonathan Creek Mrs. Annie D. Daniel arid son, Bobby, of Cowpens, S. C, Mrs. Sinda Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Lu cius Cabe, and Mrs. Martha Davis and daughter, Phylis Annie, of Canton were visitors of Mrs. Irene Hudson last week. Gilmer Leatherwood and family, of Greenville, S. C, visited rela tives this week-end. O i ' of gasoline v, on the track v io r g t, :r- e. is the wreckage of the transport truck, which had a 4,000 gallon load h. n it '. xpii) ;c I. wntc-r wu- the second explosion of the night. The truck hit the coal cars with such force that tbe tracks were knocked out of line. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Greene and small son Dwight, and Mrs. Roscoe H. Helms, spent Sunday afternoon in Dillsboro. The V. M. U. of the Allen's Creek Baptist church will hold its month ly meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Betty Owens and "Dot" Owens returned to Hilton Village, Va., after a visit with Mrs. John Clark and Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Roberson. - Private Well Forga, who is sta tioned at Camp Bhyiding, Fla., js spending 15 days with his mother, Mrs, Mattie Forga. : Hamilton Wood, of Caney Fork, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wood. Miss Lola Wilson gave a wa termelon feast and a marshmallow roast Thursday night. Thioss present were : Florence Wyatt, J, L. Frady, Marion Norman, Irene Wood, Berlin Estes, Kathleen Mc Clure, Ralph Hendrick, .Elizabeth Mitchell,; Mont McNabb, Almarie Buchanan, Clyde Grasty, Frances Massje, Glenn Norman, Frances Frady, Kenneth McClure, Anna Hogue, Virgil Wilson, Nina Mae Norman, Lola Wilson, Mae Wood, and John McNabb. Mrs. Larry Gunter and sons, Huey and Coy, and Ernest Shu ler, spent Sunday at Camp Croft, S. C, visiting Private Bob Gun ter. ' Mrs. Gaitheil McClure spent Sunday in Dillsboro visiting her brother, Will Rhinehart, who is seriously ill at his home. Mrs. Lura Pressley spent Sun day in Asheville visiting her broth er, Mindy Warren. mrs. rranK tsumgarner is very ill. We wish her a - speedy re covery. WW- WORK SHOES Soft, flexible leather up pers, extra long wearing soles, sturdy construc tion, day long com fort. The perfect work shoe! The All-American Work Shoe for America's Working Men ! Whatever Your Style of Shoe- VERY LIKELY -You Will Find It At RAY' -And Most Reasonably Priced V " V AbsolatelY New! VT AAMa ff r rin .nil seam to rub your heeU ' - A or bind the tendon. Try one pair! Enjoy J their greater comfort .. .f plu the longer service that you always get in Peters Shoe. This Style my -Up C. E. RAY'S SONS -Tour Best Bet For Shoes" Miss Mary Jo Howell and friend, Mrs. Betty Martin, spent two days with Mary Jo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Howell. They will visit Mrs. Martin's parents in Charleston before returning to Baltimore. News has been received that John Howell Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy has been promoted to first lieutenant He is at Fort Jackson with quarter master regiment and has been in the service since last November. Mrs. J. R. Mop. . - Mrs. J. Pr,r,,.. 1 visor of nurin.. ' LraV partment of 4a " part, has Chapel Hill, wheft tW8e8 , a" "ntensivl vpnprcol J,. ureases, n .l 1 ton J in .L 'I me Mrs Irene Hudson " III, MRU rvt... w . old home. Since rain has j up oais and hav is and - J The first aid chuT.-1 I courao Mnn,l, diS Mril - I, II. oaiumore visiting his lls I and Mrs p , B s P.3! Howell, BIRTH ANX0lNCEMEJ ivir. ana Mrs. Grov announce the hirtk nf . 7 j -.., uii rnuay, Jaij This picture was made seven hours after the explosion, and shows the flames and black smoke still pouring from the plant yard and tanks. Note the white gas flame atop the tank. In the foreground are the ruins of the house in which Mrs. Andy Caldwell uid two children lost their lives. Other explosion pictures will be found on page 3. mending for the county hospital; making clothing for the inmates of the county home; 6000 garments for" the welfare department. A large number of the girls re- secured employment in. private in dustry while otners are in homes ceiving training at the center have as housekeepers Hi A You need no pins no sani tary belt with this UN IT EX INVISIBLE SANITARY PANTIE Sleek, comfy, form-fitting sanitary pantie in soft rayon rriilanese with flat pocket for sanitary insert no need to pin this insert for it stays in place comfortably. Sizes by hip measurement, (Second Floor) BELE1-HUDS0N CO 'Home Of Better Values" BELK-HUDS0N Brfngs Values Galore In This Helk-lludson has 1942's biggest values in Ready-To-Wear McKettrick and Jonathan Logan DRESSES In silks and rayon many popular . colors styles. A bargain. km FACE CLOTHES - - - - 5 CURTAINS - - - -$1 In plain, lace or ruffled. Your choice of colors. BED SPREADS - - - - 69c Beautiful, full size, in many colors. ' CURTAIN SCRIM - - - lOf This 12 Me material comes in ecru, white, cream and dots Rayon and Silk HOSE - - - 590 2 pairs of this value for only $1 CHILDREN'S ANKLETS - - 20 Your choice of colors, SLIPS - - ------ SI Tailored, in plain or lace. These are fl.29 slips. H A TS 880 In straws and felts, all shapes and colors. Values to $1.29. Big Savings For All The Family At Belk-Hudson SHOE SALE! All Sizes Ladies' SPECTATOR PUMPS In brown and white, black and white, solid white, beige and two-tone brown. $2.29 SPORT SANDALS Canvas Tops Leather Soles In red, white, tan, beige and tan com binations. A com fortable summer shoe. Were $2.29. On sale at $1.94 A FULL LINE OF SHOES FOR NOW FOR SCHOOL SAVE CLEARAXC1 HERE ON SHOES of Men's SH SHOES W'evenbereaM er shoes, in 1 and brown nd sJ white. Regular J (Blacks and M not include Uili Shrank BLOODHOra OveraK On Sale- I mm BUY HERE SAVE Special Lot of Cotton Sanforized $1 o SLACKS Bier Lot of Men's Pnil nr HATS - - . . swtptc -3? In solid or -;p nnw only AU Wear, Fast C WorkSW Straws and felts a bargain CASES-150 Sheeting Special sale price' 10. yard Full size, 42 by 36 pillow cases. Sheets- - 940 Famous Sleepy Hollow brand, 81 by 99. Children's DRESSES In voiles and prints, sizes 1 to 12. Many styles and a rainbow of colors. 2 for $1.50 All colors. 0nH 791, nj j La warn "The Home of Better Values"

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