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HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA
A MIMEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER \ QI
DURING THE SUMMER SEASON
DOTTY DENDY, SUSAN WHITMIRE
THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1969
NEW PRINCIPAL ANNOUffVED
Thursday June 26
Robert Mtchum-Peter Falk in
Suggested for General Audiences
Shoxfs at 7s20 & 9:35
Adra 500 & $1,00
Feature Approx. 700 & 9iU5
Pri-Sat June 27-28
Steve McQueen-Robert Vaughn
Jacqueline Bissett in
Recommended for j^kture Audiences
Shows at li2S & 9:35
Adm 50$J & $1,25
Feature Approx. 705 & 9?h5
Sun-Mon June 29-30
Stephen Boyd-Ava Gardner-Richard Harris
John Huston-Peter O’Toole-Michael Parks
George C. Scott in
^'THE BIBLE, in the Beginning ”
Matinee Sunday at 2:30
First Night Show at 7 s 20. Due to the •
length (2 hr 50 min) we won*t run 2
complete shows. However, you may come
as late as 8s20 and see all the feature
Adm 50^S k $1.00
Feature Approx. 7:30
Tue-Wed July 1-2
Audrey Hepburn-Alan Arkin-Richard Crenna
"WAIT UNTIL DARK"
Recommended for General Audiences
Shows at 7:30 & 9:35
Adm 500 & $1.00
Feature Approx. 7:li0 & 9:U5
j COMING SOON: "HELLFIGHTERS"
I "COOGAN’S BLUFF"
! "A LOVELY WAY TO DIE”
I'i*. H. Bueck, Superintendant of
lyjacon County Schools, has named the
new principal for Highlands School
this fall, ]yr. Stoney Hinkle.
lyiir# Hinkle, a native of Winston-
Salem, N. C., is a graduate of Western
Carolina University. Having almost
completed his master’s degree from
that school, he has been teaching in
He OT'jns property in Highlands,
plans to build and live here permanent
ly with his xfife and one child* He
made his application to teach here
two years ago.
Hinlde is the successor of i-Jr.
W. C. Newton, retired, who has been
principal for the past four years. IS:’.
Newton has completed thirty years’
teaching in I%con County, twenty-seven
of them spent in Highlands.
ANNUAL EPISCOPAL TEA JULY 9TH
The Annual Tea sponsored by the
Episcopal Church will be held this
year on Wednesday, July 9th, from
three until five p.m. at the home of
1'^. Walter Resce on Clear Creek Road,
off the Walhalla Road. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
l^i’S. RLchard Worley, chairman of
the event, announced that committees
have been appointed and plans are
under way. Committee chairmen are:
Mrs. Charles Henriques, sandwichesj
i^lrs. lester Daw ley, punchj I^s. Gale
Webbe, tea; J>!Ers. James Howe, silver
ware 5 it*. John Hall, transportation
and parking; l^s. Albert Fendig, flow
ers; i'^’s. James McGinley, j^^or host
esses; ^a^s. Richard Halton, cookies;
Vsrs, William Oglesby, punch bot-Tls and
cups; Mss Ann Harbison, posters.
Hostesses will be named at a later
Those wishing to attend the tea
T-rill be provided with transportation.
Please come to the Episcopal Church,
where a shuttle service to and from
the tea Td.ll avoid a parking problem
at the Resce residence. (CON’T P. 22)
I8TH YEAR OF PUBLICATION