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for February 23, 1923 13
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Miss Louise Patterson, Plainfield, defeated Mrs. Herman Ellis,
Oakland 4 and 2
Mrs. J. L. Bauer, Suburban, defeated Mrs. Harriette Waters,
Apawamis 1 Up
Mrs. Jackson Boyd, Harrisburg, defeated Miss Adele Marsh, Glen
Ridge 7 and 5
Mrs. C. B. Hollingsworth, Greensburg, defeated Mrs. George A.
Magoon, Pittsburgh 1 up
Miss Martha Ticknor, Camden, S. C, won from Mrs. F. W. Ryan,
Baltimore by default
Mrs. G. M. Howard, Halifax, defeated Mrs. Milan R. Bump, Mont-
clair 5 and 4
Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse, Ardsley, defeated Miss Carolyn Bogart, Pine
hurst 5 and 4
Mrs. Myron Marr, Woodland, defeated Mrs. J. H. Horner, Pitts
burgh 3 and 2
Miss Mary Jordan defeated Mrs. W. B. Lasher by default
Mrs. F. H. Mahan defeated Mrs. E. C. Beall by default
Mrs. S. R. Hollander defeated Mrs. E. K. Conneely 2 up
Mrs. W. H. Cane defeated Mrs. J. D. Armstrong 3 and 2
Mrs. G. Howard Bright defeated Mrs. W. C. Mudgett 5 and 4
Mrs. J. B. McMahon defeated Mrs. R. C. Blancke 5 and 3
Mrs. W. Stevenson defeated Miss M. Pouch 1 up
Mrs. T. Logan defeated Mrs. A. Snyder 7 and 6
Mrs. L. C. Ebberts defeated Miss E. Vighte 3 and 1
Miss Catherine Gallup defeated Mrs. C. S. Strout ..5 and 4
.Mrs. D. Alford defeated Mrs. O. Rumple 2 up
Mrs. R. B. Woolfolk defeated Mrs. R. C Blancke, Jr 2 and 1
Mrs. Ronald H. Barlow defeated Mrs. John H. Wright... 6 and 5
Mrs. John D. Chapman defeated Mrs. Joseph Bydolek 2 and 1
Mrs. H. H. Rackham defeated Miss Dorothy Richards :A and 2
Miss Sarah Fownes defeated Mrs. Donald Parson 4 and 3
Miss Louise Patterson defeated Mrs. J. L. Bauer 1 up
Mrs. Jackson Boyd defeated Mrs. C. B. Hollingsworth 2 and 1
Mrs. G. M. Howard won from Miss Martha Ticknor .by default
Mrs. C. S. Waterhouse won from Mrs. Myron Marr by default
Mrs. Frank H. Mahan defeated Mrs. Mary Jordan 5 and 4
Mrs. W. H. Cane defeated Mrs. Sumner R. Hollander (19 holes) 1 up
Mrs. G. Howard Bright defeated Mrs. J. B. McMason 5 and 4
Mrs. W. W. Stevenson defeated Mrs. Thatcher Logan 2 and 1
Miss Catherine Gallup defeated Mrs. L. C. Ebberts...: 3 and 1
Mrs. D. Alford defeated Mrs. R. B. Woolfolk (20 holes) 2 and 1
Mrs. Barlow defeated Mrs. Bydolek 4 and 2
Mrs. Boyd defeated Miss Louise Patterson 2 and 1
Mrs. Howard defeated Mrs. Waterhouse 3 and 1
Mrs. Cane defeated Mrs. Mahan 5 and 4
Mrs. Bright defeated Mrs. Stevenson 8 and 6
See Us About Your Planting. We will be glad to aid you in
working out your planting plans, and select and tell you the trees,
shrubs and roses best adapted for your purpose and this section.
Let Us Move Your Large Evergreens with Our Tree Moving
Machine. With this machine we can now safely plant evergreens
for immediate effect.
For appointment call
H. F. KELLY, Manager
GLOW'S GIFT SHOP
New Market Square Building
Pinehurst, N. C.
Have you seen the new Pinehurst Pebble jewelry?
Gift things in Gold, Silver, Glass, Leather and Brass.
Optical and Jewelry Repairing
Pedigreed Toy Dogs For Sale
Pekingese, Sealyhans, Terriers, Pomeranians, French
Bulls, Toy Poodles, Cocker Spaniels.
MRS. B. WEAVER
Foot of New York Ave. and Page St.
SOUTHERN PINES, N. C.
Pine Crest Inn
PINEHURST, N. G.
The Inn of Comfort and Good Cooking
A delightful little Inn, Modern Appointments
Private Baths, Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Sun Parlors
An Inn with unusual home atmosphere, where guests leave
with regret that their visit is over. Under ownership man
agement, which means personal attention to YOUR comfort.
Open November to May. Special rates for early season
and from April 1st.
Write for booklet, rates and reservations
ROSS & MacNAB
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On the Palm-Fringed Shore of
BEAUTIFUL BISCAYNE BAY
Dedicated to the Comfort and Pleasure of a Superior Clientele
Fire-proof. NOW OPEN.
Every recreation. Unsurpassed Golf. Boating. Bathing.
Under Perianal Management of Henry N. Teagne