THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
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
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.
Carl Br c
:e, who is stationed at
, spent a week with
Mrs. Delia Breese.
Mrs. Eva Stevens, of Canton,
visited Mrs. Blanche Franklin this
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
'orning Explosion Causes Heavy Damage Here
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
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
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
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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
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
4a " part, has
Chapel Hill, wheft
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Mrs Irene Hudson
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Since rain has j
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courao Mnn,l, diS Mril
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announce the hirtk nf . 7
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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
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