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The Galax news. online resource (None) 1952-19??, July 17, 1969, Image 1

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HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA PHONE 526-2066 I 00 A MIMEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER I 00 PUBLISHED WEEKLY DURING THE SUMNER SEASON ADVERTISING EDITORS NEWS EDITOR DOTTY DENDY, SUSAN WHITMIRE BETTY HOLT THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1969 GALAX THEATRE Thur-Pri July 17-18 Dean Jfertin-Robert J'fi.tchum-Inger Stevens in '^5 CARD STUD" in Color Suggested for General Audiences Shows at 700 & 9 s 30 Feature Approx. & 9;^0 Adm ^0^ & $1.2^ Saturday JuHy 19 Kerwin Ifethews-Viviane Ventura in "BATTLE BENEATH THE EARTH" in Color Suggested for General Audiences Ifetinee at 2:30..Night at 7:3^ & 9s30 Feature Approx. 2:50, 7^55 & 9s50 Adm 500 & $1.00 Sun-Mon July 20-21 Peter Sellers-Claudine Longet in "THE PARTY" in Color Suggested for General Audiences Matinee Sun at 2s30-Nights at 7:30 k 9:30 Feature Approx. 20 min after show starts Adm 50^ & $1.25 Tuesday July 22 Brooke Bundy-Kevin Coughlin Patty McCormack in "THE YOUNG RUNAWAYS" in Color Suggested for I'fe.ture Audiences Shows at 7s35 ^ 9s30 Feature Approx. 7s55 & 9s50 Adm 50$^ & $1.00 Wednesday July 23 James Coburn-James lyfeis on-James Fox Susannah York in "DUFFY" in Color Suggested for I'fe.ture Audiences Shows at 7:30 & 900 Feature Approx. 7s50 & 9s50 Adm 500 & $1.25 18th Year of "ONLY AN ORPHAN GIRL" OPENS TONIGHT AT 8:30 Opening night is tonight at 8:30 at the Highlands Community Theatre and the audience will be invited to hiss the villain and cheer the hero in ’’Only an Orphan Girl,” a take-off on old- fashioned ”meller-drammers." Good seats are available at the box-office for tonight, Pi*iday, Saturday and Sun day performances. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday with a Sunday matinee at 2 s30 p.m. The box- office opens at 7s30 p.m. Tickets are now available in front of Wit’s End Shop downtown between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and again in the after noon between 2 and U p«m. Ticket head quarters is being supervised by Mrs, Ralph Deville and I'frs, Jean Opsahl, chairmen of the "Elsies” ticket commi ttee. Tickets may also be purchased at the boxoffice. Advance reservations should be made by calling Wit*s End at 526-3160. (CONTINUED ON PAGE SEVENTEEN) HIGHLAIYDS--CASHIFRS HOSPITAL BAZAAR JULY 25-26 The Highlands-Cashiers Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor the annual Hos pital Bazaar to be held on July 25 and 26. It will be held in the Educationed Building of the Presbyterian Church. Sights have been set high for the purchase of six of the very latest of beds. Bie cost of each is just under $liOO.OO. Each July since 1953 these Bazaars have been held through the cooperation of many community organizations and churches. Over $35,000.00 has been rea lized, and essential equipment and sup- lies were given to the hospital. The prime responsibility of the Auxiliary continues to be the purchase of hospital linens, and maintenance of them is done at monthly meetings held in the recreation room of the hospital. Ifeke plans now to visit the bazaar. It will be a pleasant experience and you will be sure to find some useful items. PublicAtion

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