North Carolina Newspapers

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Mrs. James Newton, Editor^
Jessie Harbison, Assistant Editor
PHONE 2495 THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1962 phone 2495
Feeding Wild Birds
Elizabeth Roe Tyson
Have you been feeding our wild birds
this summer? If so, you know that many
of them have become dependent upon your
bomty, and now it is time to think about
what you and they are going to d o for the
late fall and winter# If you can continue
your feeding all winter long, by aH means,
do so, but if you cannot do that, it will
be well to stop your feeding idthin the
next few weeks while the natural foods are
During the fall months, otir idnter
birds. Chickadees, Titmice, Nuthatches,
Juncos, fly through the woods in pmflll
flocks hunting good places to spend the
winter and a supply of food# Wild Flower
and weed seeds, wild (CQK*T TO PAGE 16)
As this, our 13th issue of the 1962
season, marks the close of another year
of publication for the GALAX NEWS* we
would like to e;q)ress our gratitude to all
who have made possible another successful
First, to those of you who faithfully
advertised, thank you, for you have made
possible the publication of this newspaper.
Greatly appreciated throughout the sum
mer are all those items of news and in
terest, and various types of articles
sent in. Especially, thank you, readers,
for your continued support and interest
which has kept us going and striving to
do our upmost to bring the best to you.
A personal note, I might add—it
has been a great j>leasure and wonderful
experience to work with the people of Rlgh»*
lands for the past five years, I feel as
if I have come to know so many of you
better, and I shall certainly never forget
the years of sharing a "bit of Highlands**
with each of you#
Tina Harbison Newton
Final HOT Production Opens
The final show of the season opens
tonight, Thursday, August 30, at the High
lands Community Theatre. Noel Coward*s
PRIVATE LIVES will run three nights end
ing a very successful summer season at
the theatre#
Directed by Morton Lewis with a cast
coD5)osed of Karen Sibley, Mark Duffy, iinn
Rhodes, John David Richardson, and Ella
Jayne Cabe, the show is an amusing satire
that digs deep down into "oin* PRIVATE
LIVES.” The cast members, with the excep
tion of Mrs* Sibley, are not new-comers
to the Highlands stage# Karen makes her
first appearance tonight as Sibyl Chasej
however, the Sibley name (CON*T TO P, 21)
Jones r. Pharr, Jr#, of Charlotte,
N# C«, goverhor of the distinct 767 of Ro
tary Internatienal, world-wide service
organization, will arrive here Sept, 4 to
visit the local Rotary Club, one of the
40 clubs in his district# In addition to
addressing Highlands Rotarians at their
meeting, he will confer with E3.1isbn C#
Magruder, President of the Rotary Club of
Highlands, and other club officers on Ro
tary administrative matters and service
Mr# Jones Pharrj Jr»a(C0N^T TO P.
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Thursday August 30
Bobby Diamond-Carolsm Byrd in
Filmed in North Carolina
With the Cooperation of the
82nd Airborne Division
Also 2 Cartoons
Shows at ?s30 & 9^25
Feature At Approx# 7•55 & 9s50
Adm 25^ & 60^
Fri-Sat Aug 31-Sept 1
Walter Pidgecn-Gilles Payant in
Walt Disney*s
in Color
Matinee Saturday at 2:30
Fri & Sat Nights at ?:30 & 9:25
Feature Approx. 25 Min. After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^
Sun-Mon Sept 2-3
Gregory Peck-David Niven-Anthony Quinn
"The Guns of NflvflRonE"
in Color & CinemaScope
1 Show Sunday Night at 9200
2 Shows Monday Night at 7s00 & 9s^5
Feature Approx. 10 Min. After Show Starts
Adm 25^ & 75^

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