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HIGHLANDS FCHOOL THEATRE
FONTANA REGIONAL LIBRARY
CL IFF SIDE OPENING SATTJRDAY
Cliffside recreational area on the
Franklin highway, five miles from High
lands, will open Saturday, July 22nd,
This park was constructed by the TJ. S,_
Forest Service, with the assistance of
Civilian Conservation corps enrolloes
and th© Works Progress Administration.
The opening will feature a free ‘bar
becue, speaking program and contests.
Th© celebration will begin about one
o'clock in the afternoon, vdth contests
in swimming, mountain climbing, horse
shoe pitching, fiddling, etc. Prizes
will be awarded the winners.
Plans for the celebration have been
worked out by the chambers of Commerce
in Highlands and Franklin, the High
lands Lions Club and the Franklin Ro
W. Arthur Hoffman doing the preaching.
The music at this revival will be led by
Guy Paul, Jr.
Beginning Saturday, the 22nd, the post-
office will close at 3 o’clock in the af
ternoon# - on Saturdays*
baptist CHTJRCH to HOLD
The Baptist church will hold a spe
cial laymen’s service next Sunday night,
July 23, led by R. R. King‘of King's Inn.
The church extends a cordial invitation
to the people of Highlands to attend this
service.Special music will be a part of
the program. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Benfield
will leave directly after the Sunday morn
ing service for Atlanta to attend the Bap
tist World Alliance.
This church will begin a week’s revival
Wednesday night, July 26, with the Rev.
GLENVILLE LOSES TO HIGHLANDS
The Highlands baseball team won over
the Glenville team on the home field with
a score of 18 to 9 last Sunday afternoon.
Batteries for Highlands were Beal and
McKinney, and for Glennville, Moss and
Highlajids second team played Cashiers
on the Cashiers field the same afternoon,
winning with a score of 15 to 10. A feat
ure of this gome was the home run made by
Leslie Reeso, said to be the longest ball
over hit on tha1^ field.
Highlands is scheduled to play an Ander
son, S,C., team here next Sunday after»i'
MARS TO OUTSHINE ALL PLANETS
ON JULY 27
According to a local star-gazer, a
brilliant object in the heavons during
July is the planet Mars, which is ap*-
prcaching the earth at present and in
creasing in brightness. On July 23 ^rs
JOHNNY V/EISSMULLER &
MAUREEN 0'SULLIVAN in
TARZAN Finds a Son
matinee SATURDAY at 3:30
MON.-TUE. JULY H4-25:
PAUL MUNI in
ADM. 15^ &35^
SAINT IN LONDON
GOODBYE MR.CHIPS.WUTHERING HEIGHTS
miERE THE COTTAGERS MEET
Vv^en the Servants Are off*
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