Highlands, N. C.
HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA
A NIHEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER
DURING THE SUHMER SEASON
■ BETTY HQTT, GO-EDITOR
ELIZABETH WORLEY, GO-EDITOR
THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1966
MD OF '66 SEASON FOR GALAX NEWS
As we bring to a close this 15th
year of publication of the GAIAX IWS,
we would like to take this opportunity
to express our gratitude and appreciation
to all of our readers, advertisers, and
Pri-Sat August 26-27 ,
Dean Jones-Suzanne Pleshette in !
Walt Disney’s |
"TM UGLY DACHSHUND^ in GolorI
AND '’WINNIE THE POOH" in Goloa
mtinee aaturda;pa^^: 30
Nights at 7:10 & 900
Feature Approx. I4O min. after show starts
Adm hOi & Sl.OO
Sun-Mbn August 28-29
Gregory Peck-Sophia Loren in
Shows at 7:25 & 9:30
Fteature Approx. 7:ii0 & 9ik$
Adm ijO^ & $1.00
given of their time and energy to help
make this season one of success and re
ward. We sincerely hope that, as the
seasons come and go, the GALAX NH/'fS will
continue its task of bringing the news
to you each week.
As we return to school. I, Betty,
to Brenau Academy in Gainesville, Ga.
for my Junior year, and I, Elizabeth,
to Highlands High School for my sopho
more year, we carry with us many memor
ies of the summer seasons the excite
ment of press day, the satisfaction of
seeing the finished product, and, of
course, the many new friends we have
made, and the wonderful people we have
served throughout the summer season.
And. so, in closing, we would like
to thank you all for making this new and
enriching experience as editors so mean
ingful to us.
Tue-Wed August 30-31
Doris Day-Rod Taylor in
"W NOT DISTURB "
Shows at 7:30 & 900
Feature Approx. 7:ii5 Sc 9:U5
Adm \xOji & $1.00
Thursday Sept 1
Patty Duke-Jim Backus in
Shows at 7:30 & 9:30
Feature Approx. 7:55 & 9:55
Adm 35^ & 85(^
CONTINUED ON PAGE NINE
On Saturday, August 27th, fuom 12
noon until 7 P.M. there will be a Fire
mens Barbecue Open House at the Fire
This will be an opportunity for peo
ple to see the modern equipment of the
Fire Department, and the recently pur
chased ambulance will also be on display.
Our volunteer firemen will be on hand to
explain the equipment and to serve you
a delicious dinner of pork barbecue, po
tato chips, and a soft drink—all for
There will be (CONTINUED ON PAGE 17)
HIGHLANDS SCHOOL TO OPEN SEPT.6
ySr, W. C. Newton has announced the
following teachers for the 1966-67
school year, which begins September 6th.
Mrs. Ruth Brown, J^s. Irene James, Mss
Virginia Edwards, ^s. Edith Henson,
Miss Ethel Calloway, Mr. Jack Cabe,
l'Jr. Corbett Holland, and Mr. Lester
Young will teach in the grammar grades.
Mr. and l^s. R. B. Dupree (Con*t 19)
15th YEAR OF PUBLICATION