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The mountain trail. online resource (None) 1938-current, August 18, 1939, Image 1

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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY HIGHLANDS SCHOOL THEATRE AUGUST 18,1939 r> b — SCHOOL THEATRE FRI.-SAT.,AUGUST 18-19; LOUIS HAYV/ARD & JOAI^ BENNETT in The MAN in the IRON MASK Also LITTLE PANCHO VANILLA ADM.15(’&35ct NIGHT SHO',?S at 8:00&9:50 MATINEE SAT.,..3:30....10^&25^ MON.-TUE., AUGUST Sl-22: RPBERT YOUNG ^FLORENCE RICE MIRACLES for SALE Also OUR GANG in COUSIN WILBUR ADM.15.;-&S5?r NIGHT SHOWS at , 8:00&9;30 MATINEE TUB....2:50 10iSc25(i WED. -THU., AUGUST ^3^24: FOURJ^EATHERS C. AUBREY SMITPI JOHN CLEMENTS...JUNE DUPREZ ALSO DISNEY»S THE HOCKEY CHAMP Adm,15’^&55(2^ NIGHT SHOV/S at 8:00 & 9:45 MATINEE THU 5:50 COMING LADY OF THE TROPICS WAY DOWN SOUTH THEY SHALL HAVE MUSIC DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS ARCTIC NU-AIR VENTILATED LATEST SIMPLEX SOUND SYSTEM COLORED PEOPLE TO HOLD SONG SERVICE A song service will be given by the colored people of Highlands next Sunday afternoon, August 20th, from 4:30 to 5:30 o’clock at the School Theatre. The public is cordially invited to attend this ser vice. ANNUAL iWSEUM MEETING SATURDAY AUGUST 26 The annual meeting of the High lands Museum and Biological Lab oratory will be held at the Lab oratory Saturday, August 26th, LAW OFFICE TO OPEN HERE Thad D, Smith, who holds a Tennessee license to practice law was granted a license in North Carolina by comity, through the State Bar Association in Raleigh last week, Mr. 'Smith expects to open a lav/ office here In the very near future. BIBLE SCHOOL AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOW IN PROGRESS The Bible School which has been in progress at the Presbyte rian church since last Monday, with an enrollment of thirty- three pupils, will continue for another week. Mr, Hubert Wardlaw of Marietta, Ga., a student of Columbia Theo logical Seminary, is the director, and the teachers are the Rev,Bus tle, Miss Lavlnia Brown and Miss Anne Black. RECITAL BY MUSIC PUPILS AT SCHOOL THEATRE WEDNESDAY Mrs, R, B. DuPree and Mrs.O.P, Summer will present their piano pupils in a recital next Wednes day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the school theatre. Everyone is invited, ZOLTAN COMPLAINS Throughout his stay in the Su dan, where he filmed Alexander Korda's ’’Four Feathers", the tech nicolor adventure drama coming to ' Highlands School Theatre through United Artists Release, Zoltan Korda kept cabling friends back home that he was hot. In fact the heat was so intense that he kept wishing for a good old-fashionod London fog. The lowest tempera ture during the day was 119 de grees, while at midnight the thermometer dropped to a mere 100 degrees, which v;asn't Zoltan's idea of ideal weather in any lan guage. The Rev, B.B. Underwood of Mem phis, Tenn,, was the Monday and Tuesday guest of the Rev, and Mps. R. B* DuPree,

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