The mountain trail. online resource (None) 1938-current, September 01, 1939, Image 1
PtTBLISIIED T7EEKLY BY HIGHLANDS SCHOOL THEATRE SBPTEI'IBER 1, 1939 Y/ATER BFRO^HilMENTS TO BEGIN I]\5}EDIATELY At a meeting of the mayor and board of commissioners last Saturday, several "bids were presented for the proposed water im provements for the town, and the bid of John G, Owens, of Franklin, registered en gineer, was accepted by the board, IIr, Owens will make the necessary in vestigation of the present vrater system in the town with reference to pipe sizes, capacities, pressures and quantities, raid will draft a report and recommendations on this investigation for the approval of the board. He will also obtain the appro-u al of the State Board of Health and the WPA on all plans and designs. Native stone will be used wherever needed in this work, and the town given credit for same; orodit will also bo giv en for any materials the town has on hand. ANNUAL I,MEETING OF HIGHLANDS IWSEUI4 AND BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY HELD LAST SATURDAY The Ninth Annual Meeting of the Museum and Biological Lptboratory was held at the 7»eyman Memorial Laboratory on August 26th/i All of the officers were re-elected with the exception of Dr. Hessler, vice presi dent, who was replaced by Dr. E.E. Reinke, due to the fact that Dr. Hessler could so seldom be here. In a short talk Dr. Foreman predicted that the very near future would see the laboratory and the museum operating sepa rately, each having its own board of trus tees * Dr. Leland Shanor, acting curator, es timated the number of people visiting the museum during July and August to be four hundred. He spoke of interesting trips sponsored by the museum, the mounted spe cimen of Northern Ravon given to the Muse um by Dr. Cl-ark Foreman, of lVashington,D. C,, and the aquaria presented by Dr, V'il- liam Duane, of Philadelphia, The very beautiful water colors of na tive plants on the walls of the laboratory made by Mrs. ^kry Motz T/ills, wore very much admired by the visitors at this meet ing. Announcement was made at this meeting that work would begin on the museum build ing on September 10th. Cakes and punch were served in the lab oratory after the meeting. BIBLE SCHOOL CERTIFICATES AW/vRDED TO THIRTY-Tl'VO PUPILS The very successful two weeks * Bible School at the Presbyterian church closed last ^'riday with a picnic at Harris and a commencement program at the church ^'riday night. The program was composed of memory work, dramatization of Bible stories and choruses. At tho close of the turn to page 3 ffONTANA „ igriia.nas ^cncDl meat re FRI.-SAT.,SEP. 1-2 THE LANE SISTERS & JOHN GARFIELD IN Daughters Courageous ALSO DAPFX. DUCK IN HOLLYWOOD ADM. NIGHT STOWS AT SrO'O & 9:45 ilATINEE SAT 3:30... MON.-TUE.,SEP. 4-5 NORI/iA SHEARER-JOAN CRAWFORD IN THE VVOjVlfN ALSO THE CAPTAIN AND THE KIDS IN MIIA'S NE^yV HAT ADI.i, J.I/iTINEE TUES'. ;... 5:50.... 10izf&25j^ WED.-THU.,SEP.6-7 ANNE SHIRLEif & EDWARD ELLIS liT ALSO DISNEY'S THE POINTER ADM. 10jz^&25p^ Note-No Matinee on this picture NIGHT SHOWS at 8:00 & 9:30 r OjVIIMS' SOOM Sep. 8-9; WIZARD OF OZ Sep.11-12: THESE BL;lM0UR GIRLS Sep.13-14: BACHELOR MOTHER Sep. 15-16: THE OLD M/^ID LIBR.'.RY TO HOLD -BENEFIT FOOD SALE A food sale for the benefit of the Hudson Library will be held at the library building, Saturday September 2nd, beginning at 10:30. a.m.