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The mountain trail. online resource (None) 1938-current, August 18, 1939, Image 6

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THE MOUNTAIN TRAIL AUGUST 18, 1939 PAGE 6 YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT TM£ KrJODODPMDROM GIFT SrJO? Native Mountain Crafts Gi^csts at the POTTS HOUSE includo Mr. and Mrs. Tumor Dorris and Chil dren, Miami; Mr, and Mrs. E. D.Dor ris, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dorris, Miami; Mr. and Mrs, C, S, Shoemaker, Orlando, Fla,; Mr. and Mrs. George P. Oatz, Clermont,Fla. Mr. and M^s. W. L. Rice, Miami,Fla. Mr. and Mrs. S.T. Owens, Miami,Mrs. W,E. Crown and Miss Ethel Crown, Clearwater, Fla.;Mrs. A. M, Reiger, Miami; Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Cenney, Miami; Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Roberts, Coral Gables, Fla.; Mr. and Mrs, George Rogers, Miami, Fla. The HIGHLivNDS LITTLE THEATRE WILL PRESENT DULCY h COMEDY FARCE IN THREE ACTS at HIGHLANDS SCHOOL THEATRE TUE. Aug. 29-8:PM. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Fitz-James Hindry of St. Augustine, Fla., have been the guests of Mrs. Duncan Dou- gall and Miss Valerie Dougall for the past two weeks. They are leav ing the last of the week for other points in Western North Carolina before returing to their home in St. Augustine. Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.O, F. Slimmer were Miss Leola Summer, W.D. Summer, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs, Palmer Ergle, of Pomaria, S.C. John Pierson and his friend, Pete Ciancio, of Wilmington, Del., are visiting P^r. Pierson’s mother, Mrs L. F. Pierson, at her homo on Mir ror Lake for a month. SPARE THE HORSESi In Hollywood they use that ex pression in more than a literal sense, because v/hen horses appear in motion pictures they are ^iven considerations and a measure of protection not even extended to hioman actors, except in the case of children. In "The Man in the Iron Mask”, the Edward Small production for United Artists release, which is now showing at the Highlands School Theatre, for instance, scores of horses were used, many of them in battle scenes, still others in exciting chase sequences involving Louis Hayward, Joan Ben nett, Warren William, Joseph Schildkraut, Alan Hale and other principals. "MIRACLES FOR SALE" THRILLING SPINE-CHILLER Weird spiritualistic seances, mysteries of professional magici ans, grim murders under seemingly supernatural circumstances,combine in a tale of rality and unreality in "Miracles for Sale”, murder mystery laid behind the scenes with a group of magicians and spiritualists. A believer in demon- ology is killed.Later the man sus pected of killing him and seen in the room with the body, is discov ered to have been killed two hours before he was seen. Baffling prob lems such as this face the detec tives until a magician, retired to manufacture apparatus for the pro- fefssion, fights magic with magic to solve the crime. Based on Clay ton Rawson's novel "Death from a Top Hat", it was produced by Metro Goldwyn-Mayer as one of the most ambitious mystery dramas of the year. Miss Mario Hamric.’ of Jackson ville, Fla., is spending some time v;ith her uncle and aunt,Col. and Mrs. W. H, Nollman, at their summer home, Springdale. HIGHLANS MANOR NOW OPEN DINNERS A SPECIALTY all new BEDS COME AND see US

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