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PHONE 2495
A HIHEOGRAPHED NE1//SPAPER
Published Meekly
During the Summer Season -
Hrs^ James Newton, Editor*,m
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
The Hudson Library
Highlands} N. C.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1962 phone 2495
EPISCOPAL POT LUCK SI3PPER dinner program will include a motion pic-
Members and friends of the Episcopal ture, prepared by the National Council of
Church of the Incarnation are invited to the Episcopal Qiurchf and a descriptive
attend the Pot-Luck Supper tonight (Tnurs- talk by the rector about the new memorial
day, August 2) at 6:30 in the Fellowship sanctuary which will be dedicated on Av^
Hall. Telephone Mrs. Tom Harbison, 3131, gust 12 by Bishop Henry.
as to what you might best brin^p The afteiw
HR. ANDERSON CRITICALLY ILL
Mr. Charles J. Anderson^ who has been
Gflinx THERTR.
a patient in the Memorial Hospital, SavanncJ^
Gat, for the past several weeks, is report©
to be in criticaX condition at the time thir
Mickey Rooney-tPatricia Neel-Bu^y Ebsen iii paper goes to press. He is scheduled to xan-
dergo a major operation Wednesday of this
week^ August 1. »
Thur-Fri Aug 2-3
Audrey Hepburn—George Peppard
"BREflKFflST PT TlFFfinv's "
in Color
Matinee Thursday at 2:30
Thur & Fri Nights at 7:20 & 9:30
Feature Approx. 10 Hin Aftur Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75(ft
Saturday Aug 4
Walt Idsney*s
"Nikki,LUild Dog of the North"
in Color
Shows at 2:30, 7:25 & 9s30
Feature at Approx, 3^20, 8:15 & 10:30
A^ 25^ & 75^
in
Sun-Mon Aug 5-6
Kim Novak-Jack Lemmon-Fred Astaire
"The Notorious LflnDLaDY"
Sunday Shows at 2:30 & 9:00
Monday Shows at 7:15 & 9:30
Feature Approx. 10 Min After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 750
Tuesday Aug 7
Bradford Di3ilman-Dolores Hart
Stuart Whitman ia
"FRPincis OF flssisi"
in Color & Cinemascope
Shows at 7:25 & 9:30
Feature at Approx, 7:45 & 9:50
Adm 250 & 750
Wednesday Aug 8
Leslie Caron-Maurice Chevalier
Charles Boyer-Horst Buchholz
in
in Color
fecial Matinee at 2:30
Night Shows at 7:05 & 9s30
Feature At Approx. 2:40, 7:15 & 9:45
. Adm 25f ^ 75d-
Bazaar Is Huge Success
The Bazaar sponsored by the Womans
Auxiliary of the Highlands Community Hos
pital was a real success. The Isolette
has been purchased and a substantial amount
will be given toward the purchase of the
operating room table.
The success of the Bazaar was due to
the many hours of work of those who so gen
erously gave their time and we are truly
grateful to them.
The organizations sponsoring the Bazaar
were:
Garden Club
Satulah Club (C0N»T ON PAGE 18)
^juuien QJiuh Touaa FfuxlcL^
The Highlands Garden Club announces a
To\ir of Homes and Gardens in Cashiers and
Highlands on next Friday, August 10#
There will be two tours, one in the
morning and one in the afternoon. The
Morning ^our, or Tour "AJf includes luncheon
at Sapphire Valley Inn. !Ihe Afternoon Tour.
Tour ”Bir, will be in the Highlands area.
The Morning Tour will include the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. I. Steele, Cash
iers Road, and Mr. and Mrs. Hope Strong,
in Hampton Forest. To reach "H|yllgarth, ”
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steele, a long
road curves around hillsides of dogwood and
(C0N*T OK PAGE 16)
HOT NOW PRESENTING «BUS STOP”
BUS STOP, by William Inge, opened last
night as the second in a series of four pro
ductions to be presented this summer by the
Highlands Community Theatre. This romantic
comedy, which involves the age old situation
of boy pursues girl, is led by Robert Du-
Pree, Jr. as Bo Decker, the young and bois-
terous cowboy who, after (CON^T PAGE 9)
IITH YEAR OF PUBLICPlTIOn
    

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