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A MIHEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER
Published Weekly
During the Summer Season
Mrs. James Newton^ Editor.*
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
i-l'e liudsoa Library
Highlands, N. C.
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PHONE 2495
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1962
PHONE 2495
A HAW
In E(r* Pierce Harris* colvmm in the
Atlanta Journal, he gave an interesting
account of his stay in Highlands while he
and Bishop Arthur Moore were here on the
Annual Preaching Mission at the ELghlands
Methodist Church* He and Bishop Moore
were guests of Mr. and Mrs* G. Bird at
their lovely home on the Coimtry Club
grounds* !Die following excerpts are from
^ (CON«T ON PAGE 19)
W GfiLflX THEATRE
Thursday J\ily 19
Gary Cooper-Deborah Kerr in
The riRKED Edge"
We recommend that you see this picture
from the beginning.No one will be admitted
during the last U minutes.
Matinee at 2:30
Night at 7:25 & 9:30
Feature at Approx. 2:50, 7:^5 & 9:50
Adm 25^ & 75^
Friday July 20
Vivien Leigh-Warren Beaty in
"The Romon Spriog of fTlRS.STOne'
in Color
Shows at 7:25 & 9:30
Feature at Approx. & 9s50
Adm 25^ & 60^
Saturday July 21
David McLean-Charles Bronson in
"X-15"
in Color
Matinee at 2:30
Night at 7:20 & 9:30
Feature at Approx. 2:50, 7:40 & 9:50
Adm 25^ & 75^
Sun-Mon July 22-23
Tom Tryon-Brian Keith in
"moon Pilot"
in Color
Matinee S\in at 2:30
Sun Night at 9:00
Monday Shows at 7*30 & 900
Feature Approx. 20 Min. After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^
CON*T ON PAGE 2
REMEMBER THE HOSPITAL BAZUR
JULY 27 ^ 26
REMEMBER YOUR HIGHLANDS CQMMUNIT3T
HOSPITAL. The Bazaar will be held in the
Recreation Room of the Methodist Church.
The Es.ptiet Church Booth is sponsor
ing a food sale — advance orders will
be t^en — call Mrs. Burnette, 4760.
The Efoiscopal Booth will have hand
made articles, beautifully decorated bas
kets, and many new items*
The Satulah Club is sponsoring the
White Elephant Booth — for good values,
come and browsej
Ihe Shortoff r.oniimiTiity has made
aprons and utility bags*
The P^egbvterlBn group has sponsored
three food sales*
(CON*T ON PAGE 21)
Appear On Television
Mr* Bob DuPree, Mrs. Ted VlilcoX|
and Mr. Morton Lewis appeared on Monty
DuPuy*s television program, “Telescope"
Tuesday afternoon in Greenville, S* C#
in behalf of the Highlands Ccammanity
Theatre*
Monty first introduced Mrs* Wilcox,
then Mr* Lewis from New York, and Mr*
DuPree, a Charter Member of the Theatre.
Mr, DuPree, upon being asked to say a
few words about the Theatre, explained
that it is one of the cultural activit ies
in Highlands, aiid that it provided ex
cellent training for over 100 young
people each season. Mrs. Wilcox added
(CON*T ON PAGE 18)
TEA ROOM OPENS
For a "bit” of old England, with all
the elegance and traditional style, stop
in the Wedgewood Room at Hotel Edwards
and visit with Mrs* Dick Rawls. She will
serve you tea (three kinds), delicious
scones, "out-of-this-world” fruit bars
(all home baked), and fresh homemade
preserves*
Many beautiful examples of 15th and
16th century china are on display, and
tea is served on delicately colored Spode
and Bone China, all a private collection
which Mrs* Rawls obtained while living
in Ehgland* On each table there is a vase
(CON«T m PAGE 14)
IITH YEfiR OF PUBLICfiTIOn
    

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