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The mountain trail. online resource (None) 1938-current, August 25, 1939, Image 1

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PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY HIGHLANDS SCHOOL THEATRE AUG. £.5,1929 nas SCHOOL THEATRE FRI.-SAT.,AUGUST 25-26: ROBERT TAYLOR & HEDY LAMARR in LADY of the TROPICS ALSO an OUR GANG COMEDY ADM. 15(ii&55(i NIGHT SHOWS at 8:00&9:40 MATINEE Sat. .3:30.. .10!4&25^ MON. NIGHT & TUE. MATINEE BOBBY BREEN in WAY Down SOUTH ALSO DISNEYThe Practical Pig Adm.l5(^&35(^‘ Mon. Nite Shov/s at 8:00&9:20 MATINEE TUE... 5; 30. . 10^6&25^. STAGE PIJIY DULCY TUE.NITE WED.-THU.,AUGUST 30-31;- JOEL Me CEEA—ANDREA LEEDS JASCHA HEIFETZ T VI 6.(je usic ALSO DISN&i’S SEA SCOUT ADM.15;^&55c^ NIGHT SHOWS at 8:00&9:40 MATINEE THU. ..3:30 1O^|J&250. COMirCi: SEP. 1-2; DiiUGHTERS COURAGEOUS SEP.4-5; THE WOMEN SEP.6-7: CAREER SEP.8-9; WIZARD OF OZ. SBg.11-12:THESE GLAMOUR GIRLS SEP.13-14:BACHELOR MOTHER SEP.15-16;THE OLD MAID HUDSON LIBRARY TO SPONSOR DANCE The Hudson Library Association is sponsoring a danc.e at Helenas Barn Mon day night, August 28th, for the benefit of the library. The committee on ar rangements is hoping to have a number of special dances with prizes for each dance. CHECK-UP MEETING AT CLIFFSIDE LAKE • Approximately 150 Methodist ministers, superannuates, laymen and their wives en joyed a check-up meeting at Cliffside Lake last Tuesday night. Bishop Clare Purcell of the North Carolina Conference was the guest speaker. This was also the first general meeting of the North ern and Southern ministers of the Metho dist Church in this district, and was in preparation for the Annual Conference which will be held at Greensboro in Oc tober. HIGHLANDS LITTLE THEATRE TO PRE'^ENT PLAY MONDAY NIGHT The Highlands Little Theatre will present its first play, Dulcy, by George Kauffman and Marc Connelly, Tuesday night August 29th, at the school theatre. The cast is made up of people who have had considerable stage experience, and of others v;ho are appearing on the stage for the first time. They are: Anne Altstaetter, Frank Lowman, Tony Moore, Jack H. Wilcox, Tom Fitz-Patrick, Polly Raoul, I\fo,rgaret Rankin, Edgar Neely, Jr., Herbert C, Milkey, Sarah Bridges Thompson, and Henry Zoeliner. The Little Theatre ^oup,which hopes to include others not already aligned with it, is anxious to promote enough enthusiasm and interest this summer to carry over for a full season next year, v/ith productions at regular intervals. Dulcy is a light comedy, the story of a young w5fe who insists on carrying out her well-mQanin^, but flighty and often disastrous, notions of helping her hus band in business. The play is directed by Tom Fitz-Patrick, Associate Professor of Architecture, Clems on College, who is a charter meir.ber fjid director of the Clemson Little Theatre, Tickets will be on sale from Friday through Monday ab Hi.ghlpjids Drug Store. Re serve c. sur.bs r.re fiJTty cents and gen- admission th’rty-five cents. Mrs. E. J. Bailey has returned to her home in Baltimore, Md,, after a visit with her mother, Mrs. J, A, Hines. Mrs. Bailey stopped over a few days in Ral eigh for a visit with her sister. Miss Nancy Hines, en route home. lass Dana GatcheJl, head of the Home Econo:lies Dewtnent at the Alabama Polytechnic lurbitute, at Auburn, Ala,, is a rnest at Tricenont Terrace, T.ass Gatch’-ill hr.r, naue scores of friends dur ing tiiG sunmers she has been vacationing in Highlands.

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