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A MIMEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER
Published Weekly
During the Summer Season
Mrs^ James Newton, Editor
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1962
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YELLOW MOUNTAIN
—Jlh
One of the primary lookout points for
the U, S, Forest Service in this vicinity
is Yellow Mountain. With an elevation of
5fl2? feet, the Mountain coinmands one of
the most spectacular views found anywhere
in this immediate area. The piedmont sec
tion of South Carolina, parts of Georgia,
the Balsam and Nantahala Mountains, and
north into the Smokies of Ncarth Carolina
are viewed from the scenic top. The city of for necessary expenses during the year.
$2,302 MADE AT HOSPITAL BAZAAR
Ihe amount made at the Hospital
Bazaar was $2,302«12 The amount made at
the Presbyterian Bake Sale will be added
after August 18, and a re*-salej the data
to be announced later, and another bake
sale on August 25 will also increase the
above total* To date, the Isolette has
been purchased for 1871,50, and an amount
of I500« has been retained by the Auxiliazy
Franklin is also viewed; Highlands cannot
be seen because Shortoff Mountain in dir
ectly between the town and Yellow Mountain.
The top of Yellow (C0N»D OK PAGE 18)
GflLflX THEfiTRF^
Thursday Aug 9
CEenn Ford^ltoria Schell
“Cl mRRRon"
in Color & Cinemascope
Matinee at 2s30*.*Night at 7«00 & 9s4D
Feature at Approx, 2:40, 7:10, & 9:50
Adm 25^ & 75^
Friday Aug 10
Rosalind Russell-Alec Guiness
in
"fl mojORiTY OF One "
in Color
fecial Matinee at 2:30
Night Shows at 7:00 & 9:45
Feature At Approx* 2:40, 7:10, & 9:55
Adm 25^ & 75^i
Saturday Aug 11
James Stewart-Richard Widmark
Shirley Jaies-Linda Cristal in
"Tujo Rode ToGerHeR"
in Color
Matinee at 2:30*..Night at 7:20 & 9:30
Feature at Approx* 2:50, 7*40, & 9:50
Adm 250 & 75^
Sun^Mon Aug 12-13
Pat Boone-Bobly Darin-Pamela !Hffin
Alice Faye-Tom Ewell in
"STflie Fpir"
in Color & Cinemascope
Sunday Shows at 2:30 & 9:00
Monday Shows at 7:20 & 9:30
feature Approx* 10 MLn* After Siow Starts
Adm 250 & 750
CON*T ON PAGE 2*..*
such as linen replacements, Idtchen iqp-
keep, and other articles needed by the
hospital* All remaining money collected
will be given to the hospital to apply to
the cost of the operating room table*
TRUSTEE OF BIOLOGICAL STATION DROVJNS
Dr* Royal E, Shanks, professor of
botany, IMiversity of Tennessee, and dis
tinguished member of the Board of Trustees
of the Biological Station, drowned Saturn
day, August 4,, at Port Limon, C&sta Rica*
Dr* Shaj^s had been in Costa Rica
since July 18 attending an Institute of
Tropical Ecology at the Tfeiversity of Cos
ta Ricq. While on a field trip he went
swimming and appeared to have a heart
attack*
Dr* Shanks was president of the edi
torial board of the journal of ecology,
past president of the (CON»T ON PAGE 8)
HIGHLANDS SCHOOL
OPENS
SEPTEMBER 4
Mr* Charles F* Hendrix, Principal
of Highlands Sdiool, has announced that
the school idll officially open for stu^
dents on September 4th. AH students
win register, classes will restmie, and
lunch will be served on that date* Teachers
will report to wrk at 8:00 on August 29
through 31*
All students enrolling in the first
grade in North Ca2X>lina must be six years
of a^e or have their si^rth birthday on rar
before October l6# Only those who have
been previously enrolled (CON*T PAGE 9)
GARDEN TOmS - AUGUST 10
(TOMORROW)
TOUR «A« 10:00 a,m, $3.00
(Luncheon at Sapphire Valley Inn)
TOUR «B« 2:00 p*m* $2*00
Tickets on Sale at Highlands ]nn,
King’s Inn or Lee’s and the Stat
ing point-—the Ebiscopal Church*
IITH YEflR OF PUBLICRTiOn'^
    

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