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3 1I8-JWS8THE pinehurst outlook JM
Golf Course Architecture
DONALD J. ROSS
PI N EH URST
will be glad to offer
advice to any Pine
hurst visitor who is
interested in the de
velopment or care of
a golf course.
out Stakes" contest was won by Miss
Mabel Bliss and Miss Eleanor Abbe
simply ran away from all her rivals in
the Doughnut events. The mule race
proved that King Cotton, the book
maker's delight, was what we always
thought him to be, a champion in his
own class. His remarkable dash around
the arena wil never be equalled in the
annuls of history.
What Are W. S. S. ?
W. S. S. are War Savings
Stamps. They are of two kinds
United States Thrift Stamps
(25c each) and United States
War Savings Stamps ($4.13
each.) Sixteen Thrift Stamps
plus 13c will purchase a Sav
ings Stamp. United States War
Savings Stamps are THE
PROMISE OF OUR GOVERN
MENT TO REPAY your money
January 1st, 1923, with interest
at 4 per cent.
YOU SHOULD BUY THEM
To help win the war, to furnish
labor, material and supplies for
the support of our boys at the
front. They will help YOU to
save, which is the secret of suc
cess. There is no safer invest
ment in the world and they earn
4 per cent.
For Sale at the Post Office and
Inquire for Your Own Sake.
War Savings Committee,
Compliments of the Pinehurst Outlook
JIM BABER'S BACK YAED
(Continued from page one)
Jameson. They all held second place
with 50, and played off the tie for a sub
stantial second prize. This fell to Miss
At the same time Miss Jennings was
leading the way around the 12 holes on
the putting clock, sinking her ball from
every position in turn with 23 strokes.
The knitting needles, awarded for sec
ond place went to Mrs. George M.
Howard, who tied with Miss Blatchford
Miss Elizabeth Cheatham won an em
broidered bag for leading the girls on
Buffalo, N. Y.j 'Mrs. E. C. Black, Dr.
and Mrs. C. C. Cleveland, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Blood, Lynn,
Mass.; Dr. and Mrs. G. W. McGregor,
Littleton, N. II.. F. "V. McCartain, New
ark, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Atkins,
Boston, Mass.; Mrs. E. P. Bacon, Wee
hawken, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bickley, Mr and
Mrs. Henry Pedloe, Georgia; Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Nelson, Fort Myers, Fla.;
Josephine Tonnoffske, Margie King,
Mary A. Tonnoffske, Raleigh, N. C; Dr.
E. L. Hollingsworth, Clinton,- N. C; Dr.
A. C. Bulla, Dr. R. L. Carlton, Winston
Salem, N. C; Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Mc
Pherson, Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Morrow,
Dr. C. M. Walkins, Burlington, N. C;
Dr. D. E. Sever, Asheville, N. C; Dr.
W. S. Rankin, A. Mc. R. Cranch, War
ren Y. Booker, Raleigh, N. C; Dr. W.
A. McPhaul, Lumberton, N. C; D. C.
Absher, Camp Greene, S. C; J. R. Mc
Aiken, Waynesville, N. C; S. A. Stevens,
Monroe, N. C; Dr. Chas. E. Low, Spar
tenburg, N. C; Capt. Jas. H. Hoyt,
U. S. A.; W. H. Smith, 0. C. Daniels,
Goldsboro, N. C; Dr. J. T. Taylor, R.
1 1 Vf '. ! s . "
" it'-v' I U Xfl'iA
THE FIRE FIGHTERS
The Pinehurst Engine Crew ready for the first 6mell of smoke.
the green, and Louise Hotchkiss took
The men's championship around the
full course developed into a close compe
tition between George Dunlap and
Arthur Yates, in which Dunlap won by
one stroke, in 39. In the contest on the
clock E. L. Gears and S. E. Hopkins
tied at 24 for the best ball a tie which
will be settled at a later date. Their
score was 24, one more than that re
corded by Mrs. Johnson.
Mrs. .Houston has asked the Outlook
to extend her thanks to the host of
willing friends who assisted in the ar
rangements for. this party, and to the
colony whose support made it such a
' ' THE CAROLINA
NEW YORK STATE
Mrs. Jos. Boylston, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Skinner, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss
Louise Van Wagoner, Rome, N. Y.; Mrs.
A. R. James, Mr. land Mrs. A. J. Purdy,
M. Cardwell, Madison, N. C; B. W.
Lassett, Geo. H. Ross, Durham, N. C;
Peter McLean, Leaurenburg, N. C; T.
I. Fox, Franklinville, N. C; C. S. Tate,
Ramsean, T. C. Craven, Ramsean, N. C;
R. L. Putman, W. L. Ranney, Fayette-
ville, N. C; W. Clyde Thomas, J. D.
Edwards, Liler City, N. C; Dr. Chas.
E. Clark, Dr. C. R. Young, North Caro
lina; Dr. S. S. McPherson, Durham, N.
C; Mrs. A. McNeil Blair, Southern
Pines; Dr. E. S. Clark, North Carolina;
Mr. and Mrs. "W. G. Fletcher, Miss
Margaret Fletcher, Winston-Salem; Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. 0. Luntz, Philadelphia;
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Mullen, North Caro
lina; Miss Kelley, Mrs. Davis,, Miss
Watson, Fayettevile, . N. C; Mr. and
Mrs. Clark Wilcox, Miss Hazel Wilcox,
J. W. Neal, Milford, Ct.; Mrs. F. H.
Dunkin, Mt. Gilead, N. C; B. H. Hack
ney, N. C; Peter John, Laurenburg, N.
C; J. W. Ring, Elkins, N. C; Thos. L.
Scott, Camp Lee, Va.; W. L. Mathews,
Sanford, N. C; Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Brown, Fairmont, N. C; Dr. and Mrs.
V. M. Long, Winston-Salem; A. F.
Thompson, North Carolina; W. A. Mon-
(Continued on page ten)
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IN OUR MEN'S -
Our No. 358
You will find many other styles of
the famous Summit Leather Coats,
besides those illustrated. For both
Ladies and Gentlemen.
EXCLUSIVE PINEHURST AGENTS