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The Pinehurst outlook. (Pinehurst, N.C.) 1897-19??, December 22, 1921, Page PAGE 6, Image 6

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THE PINEHUBST OUTLOOK PAGE 6 Notes of the Week Claridge NEW TORK UEST books of the Claridge contain a list of names that is flattering to the management. All names of those who know good entertainment, delicious food and the great satisfaction a luxurious hotel offers in New York. It is a far larger, far more de sirable Claridge than ever before. Fred A. Reed, Managing Director Broadway at 44th Street LEADING IN PRICE REDUCTION NOW 75c DEPENDABLE rtoaaucia was Km 'jp 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. Tracy H. Lewis of New York, and Mr. James Tufts who is attending school at Middlesex ' are at home with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tufts. Miss Ann Merrill who attends the Bennett school at Millbrook, X. Y., is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Merrill at Cross Roads, and Miss Clarissa Metcalf of Wel lesley College, is at home with Mr. anl Mrs. Francis T. Keating. Mrs. Leo F. Wanner has taken over quite a pretentious string of horses to race in her colors and the chances are her white and green striped silk's will be prominently to the fore in Pinehurst racing. A Fox-Hunt is being arranged for Tuesday, December 27, to which all those interested are cordially invited. The Hunt will leave the Carolina at eight o'clock in the morning. The reguiar Monday morning card party was held at the Carolina this week. the prize winners being Mrs. A. S. Gil man and Mrs. Francis T. Keating. Advance bookings at the Carolina in clude Speaker of the House, Gillette ,and Judge John Barton Payne who are sched uled to arrive the latter part of this week. Mr. John Bassett Moore is making his annual visit to Pinehurst and is regis tered at the Carolina, as is ex-Senator C. B. Henderson of Nevada. Opening the favorite bridle paths for the season has been a pleasing and enter taining feature for horse-back riders during the past several weeks. Among those noted winding the trails recently were Miss F. E. Babeock, Mrs. J. A. Bry ant, Mrs. F. F. Byrne, Mrs. Frank Dud geon, Mrs. Leo F. Wanner, Mrs. W. W. Cowgill, Mrs. H. G. Waring, and little daughter, Miss Helen, Mrs. Evelyn P. Spencer, and Messrs. Jack Latting, and John and Marshall Heminway. Other riders seen following the trails recently were Miss Rose Grinnell and Mr. Russell Grinnell Jr., Messrs. Pope Yeat man and Pope Yeatman Jr., Miss Nancy Cope and Miss Georgia Pope Yeatman, Miss Frances Polk Dillon, Mr. H. C. Buckminster and Miss Olive Syford. The visit of the Southern Surgical As sociation to Pinehurst during the week past was the occasion for a number of social functions given in honor of the ladies in the party. Among these was a Bridge and tea at the Country Club on Wednesday after noon, at which Mrs. Leonard Tufts, as sisted by some of the representative ladies of this section, entertained. There were six tables of Auction, the first prize being awarded to Mrs Adnah Meyhart of Framingham, Mass., second to Mrs. Ar thur A. Law of Minneapolis, third to Mrs. Lucius E. Burch of Nashville, and the consolation prize to Mrs. W. Lown des Peple, of Richmond. After a pleas ant two hours at Bridge, tea was served to which there came the ladies of the Association who had not played Bridge. Mrs. Tufts was assisted in receiving by Mrs. T. B. Tyson of Carthage, Mrs. W. C. Mudgett of Southern Pines, Mrs. Fred Page of Aberdeen, Mrs. H. W. Priest, Mrs. Myron W. Man and Mrs. H. B. Emery of Pinehurst. Mrs. William B. Merrill opened her pleasant home on Tuesday afternoon to entertain at tea some of the visiting ladies. Mrs. Charles II. Mayo of Roch ester, Minn., Mrs. George W. Crile of Cleveland, Mrs. Edward I. Judd of Roch ester, Minn., Mrs. Reginald Jackson of Madison, Wis., were guests of honor to meet Mrs. Leonard Tufts and her house guest, Mrs Elizabeth Winchester of Char lotte, Mrs. I. S. Robeson, Mrs. George M. Howard and her sister Mrs. N. A. Howard of Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. L. C. Beall and Mrs. H. B. Emery. On Monday afternoon the ladies were entertained at a Putting contest on the clock greens at the Country Club. The prizes were awarded to Mrs. R. M. Gibbon of Charlotte, N. C, and Mrs. Stephen II. Watts of Charlottesville, Va. Another interesting event which took place during the stay of the Surgeons was the presentation by the ladies of the As sociation of a beautiful silver dish to Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Winslow on their forty-fourth wedding anniversary, which occurred during their visit here. Dr. Winslow has been professor of surgery in the University of Maryland for a long time, and was the unanimous choice for president of the Association in which he has been a prominent figure for many years. Mrs. J. M. T. Finney of Balti more, made a delightful speech to Dr. and Mrs. Winslow as she presented the token of high regard in which they are held. Dr. and Mrs. Winslow are the proud parents of thirteen living children, one of whom. Dr. Nathan Winslow, was with them here and was made a member of the Association at this meeting, an honor of which both parents are justly proud. Master Russell Grinnell, who is spend ing the winter at the Carolina with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Grinnell, Jr, of Providence, R. I., celebrated his eighth birthday on Monday of this week by en tertaining a party of his young friends at dinner. Gathered about the beauti fully decorated table were Master John and Marshall Heminway, Miss Rose Grinnell, Master Elliot Sweetser, Miss Emily Sweetser and Master Russell Grinnell.

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