North Carolina Newspapers

Published Meekly
During the Summer Season
Tina Harbison, Editor
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
PHONE 2495
Th3 Iliidson Library
rj'„ :i. C.
Since the last issue of the
was published in August, 1961, many
changes have taken place in the Immediate
vicinity of Highlands. It has been in
teresting to the staff to note these vari
ous changes and we would like to share
them with our readers
The new "old wood" fence aro)ind Lee^s
Inn adds a rustic note and enhances the
already lovely Inn on the hill. Going "
on down the street, we find that a new
shop has gone into business, the Commissary*
This little shop is run by Mr. and Mrs.C,
W, Gast, of the Shortoff Community, They
will carry a wide variety of delicatessen .
articles, including smoked saussage and
(Con*t on Page l6)
GflLFix Theatre
Thur-Pti June 7-8
Mel Ferrer-Annette Vadim in
"Blood rod Roses "
in Color & Cinemascope
This Picture Not Reccmended for Children
2 Shows Thur and Fri at 7:35 & 9sl5
Feature at Approx* 8t00 & 9*40
Adm 25^ & 60^
Saturday June 9
David Hedison-Tom Tryon-Linda Hutchins ir
"(TlfiRinES, Let's Go"
in Color & Cinemascope
This Picture Not Recommended for Children
Shows at 7:30 & 9:30
Feature at Approx, 7:45 & 9:45
Adm 25^ & 60^
Sun-Mon June 10-11
Jimmy Clanton-Rocky Grazino in
"lEenpGe miLLionnmg"
1 Show Sunday at 9:00
2 Shows Monday at 7:30 & 9:20
Feature Approx, 25 min. after Show jJtarts
Adm 25^ & 60^
Tue-V/ed Juno 12-13
Dirk Bogarde-John Mills
Mylene Demongeot in
The SinGER. Rot The Sonc
in Color & ninemascope
Shows at 7:30 & 9:30
Feature at Approx, 7:45 & 9:45
Adm 25^ & 60^
Coming Soon, • « BACHKLOR FLAT
Good news comes to you in regard to
our Highlands Hospital, Big things are
in the making and we believe you will be
most interested in hearing the details.
At the Trustees meeting held Wednes
day night. May 3, the Trustees authorized
the promotion of a Fund Drive to provide
the essential economic security of the
hospital as in the past. In addition,
the Board went on record approving plans
to build the extension of the hospital
building. The enlargement of the hospi
tal eventually will lead to accreditation.
This will make the Highlands Hospital a
more ecconomical and balanced operation
in that with the program of staffing the
hospital with a General Practitioner and
then in addition x^th a surgeon; the lar
ger number of beds can balance the hospi
tal work, nursing st^Y, etc. There is
(Con**t^on Page 15)
Tomorrow, Friday, June 8, the mobile
X-Ray unit will be in Highlands, The
North (Carolina State Board of Health has
made available this free X-Ray service.
The X-Ray unit will be at the va
cant lot next to Brown*s Store from 10:00
a,m, to 4:00 p,m. All citizens are urged
to take advantage of this service for
chest X-Rays,
School Bus to WGG
A school bus will leave Highlands
for Western Carolina College summer
school session Monday, June 11 at 6:30
All students who are attending WCC
will meet at Highlands Cleaners and Laun
dry at 6:30,
Mr. John Henry will be the driver.
The bus will leave later when a definite
sched\ile is set up.
Dr, James Christian Pfohl, founder
and director of the Brevard Music Center
and Transylvania Music Camp, has announced
the completion of plans for the twenty-
sixth season, June 21 through August 26,
Concerts during the regular camp
season will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Friday, and Saturday evenings at 8:15 p*m,
and on Sunday afternoons at 3*30, During
the festival period concerts will be held
on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:15«
(Con*t on Page W

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