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12 The Pinehurst Outlook
Briarcliff Manor, N. Y.
OPEN MARCH 31st
"Sir Roger knows my humor and allows me to sit up or
go to bed as I please, to have my meals at his own table
or in my chamber as I see fit, to sit and say nothing
withou bidding me be merry." Addison.
BRIARCLIFF LODGE combines the sociability of club
life the freedom and conveniences of an hotel the personal
comforts of an home. Saddle Horses, Tennis, Golf, Swim
ming Pool. CHAUNCEY DEPEW STEELE
New 18 Hole Go Course Will Open on Decoration Day
New York Office: 342 Madison Avenue
Telephone: Murray Hill 9372
Copyright Aerial Photograph by Captain Jamtfs Snydam, N. Y.
Have you tried
the Burke "30"?
T)ROVE for yourself that thequal-
ity of this ball, its endurance, and
its perfect behavior on fairway and
green is just what you have been
Give the Burke "30? a fair test and
we know you will eliminate unneces
sary strokes from your score.
On sale where sporting goods are sold.
Notes of the Week
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mellon, of Pittsburgh, who have been visit
ing Mrs. E. K. Connelly at Willow-Oaks, have gone to Florida for
a visit and will return to Pinehurst in March.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Steese, of Youngstown, who were at the
Carolina earlier in the season, have rented the Craven Cottage and
will spend the remainder of the season there.
Mr. W. E. Drew, of New York, was a luncheon guest of Mr. W.
F. Smith, at the Carolina on Tuesday.
Friends of little Billie Smith will be pleased to know that he
has recovered from his recent illness. Billie is quite a favorite
among the guests at the Carolina and has been missed.
The prize winners at the usual Monday morning bridge party at
the Carolina were Mrs. R. C. Blancke, Mrs. A. S. Oilman and Mrs.
B. Lester Tyrrell. Mrs. Gilman is the guest of Mrs. T. L. Redfield
at Box Court.
Mrs. Arthur S. Newcomb was a luncheon guest of Mrs. Charles
F. Lancaster at the Carolina on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dingley and their house guests, Mr, and
Mrs. Dwight Edwards, of Lewiston, Maine, have gone to Palm
Beach for a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy W. Thomson and Mr. Eric D. Thomson
have returned to the Carolina after a visit to points further south.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Grayson, of Washington, Penn., who have
been guests at the Carolina since early December, left Friday for a
trip to Florida. Just before leaving Mrs. Grayson entertained a
party of friends at tea at the Country Club.
Mrs. A. W. Stanley, Mrs. H. S. Grayson, Mrs. O. C. Hutchinson,
Miss Helen Carey, Mrs. F. C. Boustead and Mrs. D. M. Barclay
comprised a luncheon party at the Club on Thursday, after which
the party adjourned to the race track to witness the afternoon's races.
Miss Mary L. Anderson, of Chicago, a sister of Pierce Anderson,
who designed the Union Station at Washington, has returned to
Pinehurst after an absence of several years. Miss Anderson has
many friends here who will be happy to welcome her return.
A large party of enthusiastic fox-hunters went out again on
Friday last in search of the elusive Reynard, and after a ride of
some twenty-five miles the fox was caught and brought back alive.
Those riding to the hounds were, Mrs. Louise Macdonald, Miss
Katherine Fletcher, Mrs. E. H. Forsythe, the Misses Huber, Mrs.
L. S. Wood, Mrs. G. H. Townsend and Messrs. G. A. Mount, N.
R. Hopkins, G. R. Swart, Gustave Zeese, W. C. Browning and W.
Mr. C. H. Brackebush, of Chicago, returned to the Carolina on
Sunday last after accompanying Mrs. Brackebush to New Orleans,
from which point she recently sailed for Panama and Costa Rica.
Mrs. Brackebush expects to return to Pinehurst the last of February.