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JULY 10, 1969
(MOVIE SCHSDULE, COMTIMJSD FROM PAGE l)
Tuesday July 15
Rod Taylor-Yvette D^ajnieux-Jim Brown in
"mm M the sun"
Suggested for Jfeture Audiences
Shows at 7;25 905
Feature Approx. Jih^ & 9s55
Adm 50^ & $1.00
Wednesday July 16
Michael Caine-Giovanna Ralli
Eric Portman in
Suggested for Ifeture Audiences
Shows at 7s20 & 9;U0
Feature Approx. 7:30 & 9j50
Adm 50^ & $1.25
Each pet in the Pet Shor^r received
a ribbon, and about 35 to UO "cute"
pets were entered.
The Mss Highlands Contest featured
Mss Betty Holt, sponsored by Helen’s
Barn, as I’linner. Other participants
were; linda Aranons, Mary Norton Eress
Shop5 Dotty Dendy, Bill’s Soda Shop;
Mary Lee Thompson, Anne's Beauty Shopj
Pam Thompson, Town House Jfetelj Eliza
beth Worley, King's Inn; and Robin Potts,
George Schmitt. Allen Still was Ikster
of Ceremonies. He questioned each girl
as to how long she had lived in Highlands,
future plans, and the generation gap.
Mayor Claude Patterson croT^med Mss
Highlands, and also gave her a trophj^.
I'ir. Worth Sherrill has expressed
his appreciation to all of those who
had a part in making the Fourth of July
FOURTH OF JULY FESTIVAL VERY
The Chamber of Coiranerce sponsored
Fourth of July Festival djrew a large
crowd of spectators and everyone seemed
to enjoy the activities.
I%ny came to support the LLttle
league, and even though they lost the
game to the Franklin Tourists, their
home toT-im was proud of their progress.
The Art Exhibit on I%in Street
Was an attractive disply for passers-by.
SERVICE AWARD RECEIVED
Clifton Wilson, Timber Ifenagement
Forester with the U.S. Forest Service,
received a 10-year service award Hiesday
following the Forest Service monthly safe
ty meeting. The award was a lapel pin
accompanied by a certificate of appreci
]ytr. Wilson came to Highlands in 196?
as timber management forester. Re start
ed on the Holston Ranger District, l%rion,
Virginia, and then transferred into
the Forest Supervisors Office.
PUBLIC AUCTION SALES TWICE DAILY
10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
iflmonos-if flTCHES -fiivEmE
URE- DRIEniflL RUGS
MERCHANDISE GATHERED FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD
BEAUTIFUL GIFTS GIVEN AWAY FREE AT EACH SALE
KNOWN AS THE SHOWPLACE OF THE OAROLINAS
OUR MORNING SALES ARE VERY INTERESTING I
HIGHLANDS ART GALLERY
21 years In HIghIands
Established VO years In the CarolInas