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The Hudson Library
Highlands, N. C.
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A MIHEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER
Published Weekly
During the Summer Season
Mrs. James Newton, Editor
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1962
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“BI3T WHAT DO YOU DO DOWN THERE?»» SILVER TEA of the EPISCOPAL CHURCH AUG 19
When I retired and came here to live, FROM 4- to 6 p*m* CAMP HIGHLANDER
my Yankee family and friends had never heard the ccming event which everyone will
of Highlands, although seme of them knew the want to attend is the silver Tea of
eastern part of North Carolina. They made a the Ei)iscopal Church which will be on Sun^
number of remarks which showed they had a day afternoon at lovely Camp Highlander*
few misapprehensions about this section, like jjot often are visitors to Highlands
'»Your winters will be lovely, buy won*t you given the privilege of so easily viewing
bum up in the sisnmar?” and ”I envy you*.*
nothing to do but play golf, swim and lie
on the beach,” and over and over again,
"Now you*11 have no excuse not to paint,”
for I had been studying at the Art Students
League in New York and thought I was going
to be another Grandma Moses.
A few of my northern relatives and
friends have visited me since then, but
those who have not still make the same re-»
marks...“Well, if (CON'T TO PAGE 9)
Thursday Aug 16
Richard Boone—George Hamiltoa
Luana Patten in
"fl THunoER Of DRums "
in Color & Cinemascope
Matinee at 2:30....Night at 7:30 & 9:30
Feature At Approx. 2:50, 7:50, & 9:50
Adm 25^ & 75^
Fri-Sat Aug 17-18
James Stewart-John Wayne-Vera Mies
Lee Marvin-Andy Devine in
''Th£ ITlfin
UUho Shot Liberty VfiiRnce"
Matinee Satiirday at 2:30
Night Shows at 7:05 & 9:30
Featvire Approx* 20 Min. After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^
Sun-Mon Aug 19-20
Henry Fonda-Charles Laughton-Don Mrrray
Walter Pidgeon-Peter Lawford-Gene Tierney
and other Top Stars in
"flovise & Con5£ni"
Sunday Shows at 2:30 & 9:00
Monday Shows at 7:00 & 9:30
Feature Approx. 10 Mn. After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^
MOVIE SCHEDULE CQN«T TO PAGE 2i
from one of our very mountain tops such a
breath-taking panorama of our Blue Ridge*
The charming home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wax
is indeed an ideal place for this social
event* It was once known as Csmp Parry-
dise, and paradise you will think it is,
I*m sure.
You may park your car at the riding
ring, if you like, and be escorted by Camp
bus to the Wax home on top. Don*t miss
this tea which is a traditioneil part of
summer in Highlands. It is usually at
a different home each year and always at
an outstandingly beautiful location*
BREVARD GONGERT HERE NEXT
MONDAY EVENTAUGUST 20
The second Brevard Music Center con
cert for 1962 in Highlands will be at 8:15
Monday night (August 20) in the High School
Auditorim*
It will feature husband and wife vo
calists Peter Harrower and Irene Callaway
and the Brevard Misic Center Symphony Or
chestra, conducted by Janes Christian Pfohlc
Mr. and Mrs. Harrower will sing Wolf-
Ferraries ’’Secret of Suzanne.” The orches
tra will play Delius *s "The Walk to the
Paradise Garden,” Dvorak*s Slavonic Dance
No. 8,” Debussy*s Prelude to the ’’Afternoon
of a Faun” and Igor Stravinsky’s Suite frcm
”Firebird.”
Peter Harrower and Irene Callaway met
in Italy, where they both were studying m-
der Fulbright scholarships. They married
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Harbison Recieves Award
Miss Gertrude Harbison, Librarian of
the Hudson Library, was presented with the
John Campanius Holm Award for outstanding
weatber and meterological observations, on
Wendesday morning of this week. She was
presented with a plaque by Mr. James B*
Camey, Meteorologist in charge of the
Weather Bureau State Foiesast Office in Ra
leigh. The Citation reads: "For dedicated
service as volunteer weather observer
at Highlands, N* C« since 1928, a continued
family record started in 1909.”
The John Campanius (C0N*T TO PAGE 20)
IITH YEfiR, OF PUBLICnilOn
    

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