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fEBZUABY 18, 1920
The Week in Pinehurst
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Quinton Prcece, Pinehurst 's Youngest Polo Player
Mr. J. A. Tuckerman, of Boston, in action on the Polo Field of the
Sand Jlill Club
MR. AND MRS. W. A. MAGOON, of
Detroit, Michigan, are here to spend a
few weeks visiting Mr. Magoon's broth
er, Mr. G. A. Magoon, at the latter 's
THE NEWLY ORGANIZED Pine
hurst Forum bids fair to become one of
the popular adjuncts of colony life.
The members have introduced the cus
tom of gathering at the Country Club
on Sunday evening for an informal
supper1, which is followed by discussions
and speeches by prominent men.
The last meeting held on Sunday,
February 8th, was opened by an infor
mal address by Mr. Lawrence Abbott of
the "Outlook," who was introduced by
Mr. Homer II. Johnson. Mr. Abbott
discussed very impressively the peculiar
ly American qualities of his friend
Theodore Roosevelt his caution' and
preparedness, his moral courage, his
sense of humor, which Mr. Abbott iden
tified with common sense, and his gentle
ness. The second speaker of the evening
was Mr. Benjamin F. Butler, of Eagle
Springs, who talked of Mexico. Mr.
Butler was for sometime a resident of
the southern republic, and as an eye
witness of the fall of the Diaz govern
ment, the Madero revolution, and the
rise of Huerta, could speak with knowl
edge of the existing problems. The
speaker severely scored the failure of
the American Government to take steps
toward the improvement of present con
ditions and expressed the belief that
armed intervention is inevitable.
The meeting was attended by about
60 members of the Colony.
MISS JEANETTE WIGGINS,
daughter of Mrs. Russell Wiggins, cele
brated her fifth birthday at the Club,
Tuesday afternoon, with a little party
MRS. GEORGE STATZELL, of Phil
adelphia, is entertaining as visitors her
niece Mrs. M. M. Tenzler and also her
Tittle grandaughter, Miss Adele Tenzler.
The visi'.urs will remain in Pinehurst
for a few weeks.
Mr. AND MRS. A. P. DE FORREST
ALLGOOD, of New York City, who ar
rived two weeks ago on their honey
moon, have gone to the beaches of Flor
:.da for a few weeks, from whence they
will return to their home in New York
a", 130 E 67th Streeti Mrs. Allgood was
Miss Laurie E. Smith, daughter of Gen
eral and Mrs. Robert C. Smith.
MR. AND MRS. HENRY W.
MOORE, the young couple from Brock
port, N. Y. who are stopping at The
Carolina, will leave for home the latter
part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Moore
will be greatly missed not only on the
links, where they have been daily visi
tors, but also at the Club Grill, where
their dancing has elicited many an
aren't they graceful. ' '
MISS KATHERINE KOLB, of Phil
adelphia, is here to spend a few days.
Miss Kolb is one of the best of women
horse riders here. She is also a dancer
HUNTING PARTIES under the
supervision of Mrs. Spencer are becom
ing very much in vogue. Despite the
threatening rain on Thursday morning
a party of eighty which included Mrs.
Spencer, Miss O'Rourke, Miss Houck,
Mr. Cameron, Mr. Yipp, Mr. Holbrook,
Mr. Trotter and Mr. Coffee, as the
huntsman. The party set out at 7
o'clock in the morning to return at
11:30, without the fox, to the sorrow of
many. The first place to be reached by
the riders was Allen's Grove, but find
ing nothing in particular to attract their
attention there, they proceeded to
Chandler's Pond and to Thaggard's
Grove. After a lunch they returned to
the Carolina. The riders struck the
trail of a fox, much to their joy; but,
owing to the inexperience of the hounds,
were not able to follow up their quarry.
LIEUT. MITCHELL is kept very
busy these days. So many people want
to fly that he is compelled to make at
least ten flights a day. Among those
who have taken trips with Lt. Mitchell
during the past week are Mr. C. H.
Levy, of Oil City, Pa.; Dr. W W. Van
derhoof, of Watkins, N. Y.; Mr. A. W.
Lawrence, of New York City; Mrs. F.
M. Weld, of New York City; Mr. E. G.
pa'-z, of Albany, N. Y..; Mr. J. W.
Southern, of Albany, N. Y.; Mr. M.
Blue, Carthage N. C; Mr. R. K. Run
ton, of Arl ngton, Mass.; Mr. Lester
Woodward, New York City; Miss Mar-,
ion Atkinson, Aberdeen, N. C; Mrs. Lee
R. Page, of Aberdeen, N. C; Mr. P. L.
Bar'-on, Boston, Mass-.; Mr. Herbert
Foster Hewitt, L. I.; Mr. T. C. Shot
well, New York City; Mr. J. R. Page,
Aberdeen, N. C; Mr. F. T. Walker,
New York City and Miss Julia Price, of
Jefferson City, Mo.
MISS ELEANOR T. CHANDLER,
the prominent Philadelphia golfer, is in
our midst again. On Monday she won
the Medal' for -'he lowest score and Fri
day won the finals of the St. Vaneltine
Tournament for Women, after a close
match with Mrs. Armstrong. Miss
Chandler displayed remarkable courage
ami grit in this match and well deserves
MRS. L. F. F. WANNER has yet to
1 e beaten on the track. Her horses, as
wo'l as her dogs, are creating a sensa
'ion here at the present moment. Her
champion shepherd dog, Artis-Mercedes
was adjudged best of the breed out of
'118 dogs at the Grand Central Palace
Dog Show in New York last week.
MR. AND MRS. T. B. BOYD enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Rumsey and Miss
Lord at dinner at the Holly Inn on
Tuesday evening. J. A. M.