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A HIHEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER
Published Weekly
During the Suhmer Season
Tina Harbison^ Editor
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1962
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GPlLflX THEflTRE
Thur-Fri June 28-29
John Wayne-Stuart Whi‘ianan»*Ina M in ia
"The ComoncHEROs"
in Color & ClnemaScope
Matinee Thur at 3sOO
Night Shows at 7:25 & 9830
Feature Approx* 3s20, 7s45 & 9:50
Adm 25^ & 75^
Saturday Jme 30
Jack Lemmon-Ricdqr Nelson«-John Lund
Patricia Driscoll in
"The tllflCfciEST Ship in the flRmy"
in Color & Cinemascope
Matinee at 3:C0
Night Shows at 7:30 & 9:30
Feature Approx. 3:20, 7:50 & 9:50
• •••«•• Adiri 25^ & 60^
Sun-Mon July 1-2
Glen Ford—Ingrid Thulin-Cliarles Boyer in
“Four HoRSEniEn of the flpocaYPS^'
in Color & CinemaScope
Matinee Sun at 3:00....Sun Night at 9:00
Monday Night at 7:00 & 9:^^5
Feature Approx. 10 Min After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^
Tuesday July 3
Jennifer Jones-Jason Robards
Joan Fontai&-TQm Ewell in
"Teoder is the Night"
in Color & CinemaScope
A Distinguished ADULT Entertainment.
Shows at 7:00 & 9:40
Feature Approx. 7:10 & 9:50
Adm 25^ & 75^
Wednesday July 4
Marlon Erando-Karl Malden^Katy Jurado in
"OnE £y6d Jrcks"
in Color
Special Matinee at 2:30
Night Shows at 7:00 & 9:30
Feature Approx. 2:40, 7:10 & 9:40
Adm 25^ & 75^
W. C. CAYE PASSES
Many were saddened to learn that
Mr, William C, Caye, 71» of Highlands
died Friday morning, June 22, in the
Highlands Community Hospital, following
a long illness,
Mr, Caye, former resident of Atlanta,
Ga., had been living in Highlands for the
past six years. He was a native of Louis
ville, Ky. and was the son of the late
W,C. and Pricilla Moorman Caye, Surviv
ing are his wife, Catherine; two sons,
Charles and John, of Atlanta; one sister,
Mrs. Ortidia Perry, of Denver, Colo,; and
five grandchildren,
Mr, Caye was a member of the Episco
pal Church of the Incarnation in Highlands
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HCH FUND DRIVE "CAPTAINS” ANNOUNCED
The Highlands Community Hospital
Fund Drive, which will officially begin
operation July 1st, has organized com
mittees headed 1:^ "Captains" who will be
in charge of certain numbers of workers
for the Drive,
For the Highlands area, the following
are listed as "Captains": Mrs, Grace
Norton, Mr, Archie Jellen, Mr, Alvin Crowe»
Mr, Dan Edwards, Mr, Leon Calloway, Mr.
A1 Boettcher, Mrs, Beebe League, Mr, Dick
Harrison. Miss Betty Cole, Mrs, Ollie
Talley, "Uncle" Nick Potts, and Mrs.
(CON^T ON PAGE l6)
Wilcox Elected President
Jack H. Wilcox of Highlands was elec
ted President of Highlands Community Thea
tre at a called meeting of the Board of
Directors of the local group on Friday.
Thomas K, Fitz Patrick, Dean of the
School of Architecture of the University
of Virginia, was elected Vice President
and Mrs, Overton Chambers was elected
Secretary. Clyde Bolt, Jr. of Anderson,
S, C. and Highlands, will continue to
serve as Treasurer and Business Manager
of the Theatre,
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CHAMBER CF CCJttlERCE TO MEET
A General Meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce will be Thurs., June 28 at 8:00 in
the Town Office, Members are urged to ccme
11TH YEAR OF PUBLICfiTIOn
    

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