HIGHLANDS. NORTH CAROLINA
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DUBINO THE SUMMER SEASON
BETTY HOLT, CO-EDITOR
ELIZABETH WORLEY, G0~EdIT0R
THURSDAY. JUNE 23, 1966
tion in this brief column.
Certainly some of the substitutions
are good, b^t there is one that is extrem-
We have nawed our age many things. It ly bad, and yet so subtle that it is to
SUBSTITUTES for ' GOD
BY RmVrn &EOVER SewELL
has been called “The Age of Opportunity”,
"The Age of Science", “The Age of Anxiety"
as well as numerous other designations.
Please be patient with me if I suggest one
more, I htink it should be entitled, “The
Age of Substitutes",
be feared it is becoming rather common.
The one that I have in mind is man*s sub
stitutes for God,
We can do this even with good inten
tions of worafeippiJig^ trustiJig, and ser
ving God, How often we have heard some-
We substitute artificial sweetness for qj^0 giy© an excuse for attending the wor-
sugar, wigs for hair, lamps for sun, and ship services of their church by becoming
manv other thines far too numerous to men* a«
misty eyea ana pious tonea as x.ney
^ tell of being so close to God as they
(GONTD, ON PAGE 22)
Thur-Pri June 23-2U
I^ul Newman-Iaureen Bacall
Shows at 7*1$ & 905
Feature approx, 7s25 & 9sU5
Adm this picture 35^ & 85^
Saturday June 2$
Burt Lancaster-F^ul Scofield
Matinee at 2:30
Night shows at 7 s00 & 9:30
Note earlier 1st show time
Feature approx. 2:U0, 7 s 10 & 9*iiO
Adm 25^ & 75^
Sun^Mon June 26-27
Tony Tanner-Millicent Mkrtin in
''STOP THE WORLB-
I WANT TO GET OFF''
Matinee Sunday at 2s30
I^ight shows at 7 s 30 & 9:35
Fbature approx, 20 min. after show starts
Adm this picture 35^ & 65^
Tue-Wed June 28-29
Leslie Caron-Warren Beatty in
^PROMISE HER ANYTHING'* in Color
Shows at 7830 Sc 9s35
Feature approx, 7sS0 & 9s?5
Adm 2$^ St 750
randle-rogers vows spoken
Hiss Jeanell Randle and T, L,
Rogers were united in marriage at the
Highlands Methodist Church on June 18
at 3sOO p,m. The Rev. Vance Davis per
formed the double-ring ceremony. The
bride was given in marriage by Mr. P. L.
Randle. Sister of the bride, Mrs. Mich
ael Gilbert, was matron of honor,
Lawrence Rambin was best man.
J4isic was rpovided by Wanda Hopper.
Out of town guests attending the
wedding were Ifr, and Ifrs. P, L, Randle
and Johni^y Randle, of Alamo, Tenn,; Ifr.
and Mrs. Michael Gilbert, of Freemont,
Nebraska; 1^. Lawrence Rambin, Miss
Ifery Agnes tfeiny, and Mr, and Mrs. Schley
Bowers, of Apopka, Fla.
The couple is now honeymooning at
Broadway Gap on the Turtle Pond Road,
They will live in Apopka, Fla.
MOUNT SATULAH MEMORIES
BY ELLEN BURTON
IWo years ago, upon invitation of
friends, I joined a couple of rugged
hikers to journey by foot up the stony,
volcanic pathway to the top of "Queen
of the MDuntains” in the Highlands area,
which is Mount Satulah.
The "King" naturally is Whiteside
Mountain, to which one can drive to the
summit, and a short walk on further to
the tower. Old timers in these parts
have bestowed the titles, "Queen" and
"King" respectively. (Con't page 20)
15th year of publication