The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, December 15, 1921, Page PAGE 6, Image 6
TEE PINEEUEST OUTLOOK PAGE 6 Notes of the Week 1 IT is rare that one finds a hotel which offers a complete program of entertainment without sacrificing either the excellence of its cuisine or the efficiency of its service. Hotel McAlpin is exquisitely ap pointed, exemplary in details and favorable in price. Hotel MCALPIN Broadway at 34 Street. New York Direction of Z. M Boomer LEADING IN PRICE REDUCTION NOW 75c DEPENDABLE so ;- - i-i t jvv OLJUUlA irtOZlCuc l was a 22p$m& I W J3IH, ra g: (7 y DURABLE BURKE THIRTY Made in Recess and Mesh Markings Standard Weights ASK FOR IT AT PINEHURST AND AT THE LEADING PRO AND DEALER SHOPS THE BURKE GOLF CO, NEWARK, OHIO MANUFACTURERS CLUBS, BAGS and BALLS Mrs. George II. Doran of New York has leased the Chatham cottage from Mrs. E. C. Blissi, and with her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Kinehart, and little grand-daughter, Mary Roberts Rinehart, have arrived for the winter. Mr. Doran the well known publisher, is in Europe at present, but it hoped that he will be able to spend a good deal of his time, at Pinehurst. Mr. T. G. Arrel and son, D. T. Arrel of Youngstown, have concluded to join the cottage colony and will occupy Seven Gables this season. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie D. Pierce of Roches ter, Vt., deserted Pinehurst last season, but are back for the winter and are nicely situated in their own home, The Maple. Mr., Pierce is president of the Tin Whistles. Messrs. H. C. and C. B. Fownes, father and son, and members of Pittsburg's best known golfing family have opened up the big house here for the winter. . Next door, Dr. J. S. Brown and family have opened their home and are ready for the season's frolic on the links. The Rosemary is ready for Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Johnson . of Cleveland, who are expected momentarily. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Merrill of Boston, came in some few weeks ago and are nicely established in their charming home, Cross-Roads. The family of Mr. Warren Bicknell of Cleveland, are here and have opened up their winter home, Warbeck. n : Mrs. Wm. E. Cross, of Middletown, N. Y., has leased Mr. P. B. O'Brien's cottage for the season. The O'Briens, who were unable to get away this winter, will be missed by their many Pinehurst friends. On Thursday afternoon of last week, Mrs. Charles B. Hudson entertained at tea and Bridge in honor of Mrs. Walter T. Stall of Brockton, Mass., and Mrs. Leslie D. Pierce of Rochester, Vt. Her other guests were Mrs. II. W. Priest, Mrs. W. H. Nearing, Mrs. A. S. New comb and Mrs. W. I. Johnson Jr. , Mr. H. F. Noyes and Mrs. Noyes of New York, came in a few days ago and have opened their home for the season. Mr. P. W. Whittemore is here and has opened his cottage, the Cones. Mrs. Whittemore will be along a little later. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. C. Rumsey are at home in the Beacon, and Mrs. S. A. D. Shepperd and Miss Childs are back in the Honeysuckle. Other, late arrivals were Mr. and Mrs. , Donald Parson of Youngstown, and the family of Mr. C. L. Bausher, who have opened their cottages for the winter. judge and Mrs. W. A. Way of Pittsburg came in a short time ago and have taken up abode in their new residence near the Mid-Pines club at Knollwood. A The prize winners at the Monday morning card party at the Carolina this week were Misy Louise Fordyce of Youngstown, Mrs. A. S. Gilman of Cleve land, and Mrs. Francis T. Keating of Pinehurst. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Howard of Hali fax, who have maintained a winter home at Pinehurst for a number of years, have decided to join the. rapidly increasing all-the-year-round colony and will make this their permanent home. Mr. Howard is making extensive developments on his orchard property on Midland Road. '' Mr. and Mrs. George A. Magoon, of Pittsburg, have arrived and are estab lished in their attractive home, Beau Soleil . Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Fitzgerald of New York, have bought some acreage property on Linden road, upon which they will build a residence and develop extensively into peach orchards. In course of the Cotton Manufacturers' convention which recently held forth at the Carolina, numerous social functions were given for the ladies in the party. One of these was a large Bridge party at the Carolina which resulted in a win for first prize by Mrs. Leroy Springs of Lan caster, S. C. Second prize went to Mrs. W.L.Clark of Spray, N. C, and third to Mrs. Haywood T. Holt of New York. After the Bridge the party adjourned to the Country Club where they were enter tained at tea by Mrs. Leonard Tufts, Mrs. II. B. Emery and Mrs. II. W. Priest. Mr. Thomas W. Lamont of New York, who has been playing golf at Pinehurst this week, took a final go at the course of the tnew Mid-Pines Country Club at Knollwood on Wednesday afternoon, with a party of friends, and left that night for New York in a private car placed at his disposal by Mr. S. Davies Warfield, President of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad. . Mr. Charles M. Schwab's private car, in which Mr. Lamont and his party, left New York for Pinehurst last week, was wrecked on the way down and has not yet fully recovered. Mrs. Leo. F. F. Wanner of New York, and her mother, Mrs. Barnum, have ar rived and opened up their cottage, Little Brick House.