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HIGHLANDS SCHOOL THEATRE
HIGHLANDS SCHOOL THtATRE
JOHN CARROLL Sc MOVITA in
MTINEE SATURDAY at 2:30
ROBERT DONAT in
ADMISSION 25i & bOi.
P. T. A, BENEFIT
matinee 'TXffiSDay at 3:30
ADM. 15^ & 35^.
T>^D. -THURS., AUGUST 2-3; -
MERLE OBERON in
MATINEE THURSDAY at 3:30
For VJhite People Only
BEGINNING AUGUST 1st Matinees
will be run on Tuesday,Thurs
day and Saturday. All Matinees
are for Vi/hite People Only.
NAUGHTY BUT NICE GIRL
FROM MEXICO COWTOY
LIBRARY ASSOCIATION TO HOLD
Tho Hudson Library Association will
hold its annual meeting next Thursday,
August 3, at the home of Miss Mary J.
Crosby, at which time officers for the
coming, year will be elected.
A net profit of $17,15 was realized
from the movie sponsored by the Associa
tion last week.
VISITORS TO PLAY LOCAL BASEBALL
TEAJ^ NEXT SUNDAY
Next Sunday’s ball game promises
plenty of excitement when the local
team will play the summer visitors, be
ginning about 2 o’clock in the afternoon.
This should be a great game as there
are also a number of good players among
the vacationists here.
In a fast game last Sunday Highlands
first team defeated an Anderson, S,C.
team with a score of six to five, A sec
ond game was begun with Glenville but was
rained out at the fourth inning, with a
score of eight to four in favor of the
Highlands’ second team was beaten by
Holly Springs with a score of six to five
at Holly Springs.
A daily vacation Bible school is being
planned by tho ministers of Highlands to
begin August 14th,
BaVLING ALLEY OPENS ON
Charles Brooks has opened a bowling
alley at his filling station on the Wal-
halla Road just outside the city limits,
Next door to this place is a new
sandwich shop and soda fountain operated
by Harold Rideout.
P.-T.A. TO SPONSOR MOVIE
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
The Parent-Teacher Association is
sponsoring ’’Goodbye Mr, Chips” at the
school theatre next Monday and Tuesday,
The theatre is giving three matinees
a week - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days -beginning August 1, and this pic
ture will be shown in the afternoon next
Tuesday as well as at night.
The matinees begin at 3:30 o’clock
and are for white people only.
}^s. Robert E. Buck of Charlotte, her
son and daughter, Ifr, and Mrs, Robert E,
Buck, Jr,, their sons Robert and Charles,
have leased the G,W, l^arett house on
Spring Street for the remainder of the
season, Mr, and Mrs. H,T, Buck and son
Hf\rold of Columbus, Ga,, were week-end
guests of Mrs, Buck, Mrs, H,T, Buck will
return later for a longer stay. This is
tho Bucks’ first visit to Highlnnds and
they are quite charmed with the place.
Heretofore their summers have been spent