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for March 23, 1923 7
Another delightful bridge and tea at the Club during the week
was that given by Mrs. W. T. Bassett, of Chicago. Her guests
were Mrs. H. B. Swoope, Mrs. H. M. Dingley, Mrs. Russell Wig
gins, Mrs. C. L. Cushman, Mrs. F. E. Stanley, Mrs. George M.
Clemson, Mrs. F. C. Boustead, Mrs. F. A. Seibert Mrs. Calvert
Crary and Mrs. M. A. Taylor,
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Mrs. W. B. Lowe and Miss Rosemary Lowe entertained at Mali
Jongg at The Carolina on Friday evening. Those taking part in
the game besides the hostesses were Miss Edith Thompson, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Pray, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sikes, Mrs. F. C.
Boustead and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Krauter.
The Friday morning musical this week was held at the home of
Mrs. Leonard Tufts. A splendid program under the direction of
Mrs. Charles W. Picquet, was presented and the affair was a most
delightful one. The program included piano solos by Mrs. N. B.
Hersloff, Mr. Tucker and Mrs. Charles M. Gray, and vocal selec
tions by Mrs. Helen Farnum, Mrs. B. F. Butler, Mrs. John D.
Chapman, and Mrs. Reed Page. Mr. Monaghan, accompanied by
Mr. Foley, members of The Carolina orchestra, rendered a beautiful
violin selection. One of the prettiest numbers on the program and
one that elicited much praise by those present was an anthem sex
tette by Mrs. Picquet, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Chapman and
Mrs. Farnum and Mrs. Caroline M. Butterfield.
Mr. John T. Austin, of Hartford, Conn., President of the Austin
Organ Company, the largest manufacturers of organs in the world,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George A. Magoon at their cottage, Beau
Soliel. Mr. Austin will be joined by Mrs. Austin a little later on.
Mrs. Joseph A. O'Malley, of Pittsburgh, who has been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Anna Bryson at the Idlewild cottage, has returned
The Count and Countess Frederic de Janze are the house-guests
of Mrs. F. E. May at the Mayflower cottage. Mrs. May is an
aunt of the Countess.
The proceeds from the auction sale of the Alco car, which Mr.
W. L. Hodgkins, of Chicago, so generously donated to educational
and religious institutions around Pinehurst, amounted to $105.00
and were distributed as follows: Farm Life School, $10.00; Mc
Connell Hospital, $10.00; Pinehurst Religious Association, $10:00;
Pinehurst Presbyterian Church, $15 :00; Pinehurst Catholic Church,
$10.00; Baptist Church of Candor, $10.00; Rev. T. A. Cheatham's
Christmas Fund, $20.00, and State Sanatorium, $20.00.
The annual masquerade ball for the employees of the Holly Inn
and Berkshire was held at the Inn on Thursday evening and was a
huge success. More than fifty took part in the grand march with
costumes varying from Uncle Sam and Liberty to Happy Hooligan
and Sis Hopkins. Mrs. C. G. de Loriea, of Boston; Mr. C. A.
Butler, of Montreal, and Dr. George P. Norton, of Fitchburg,
acted as judges, and the prizes which were contributed by the guests
of those hotels were awarded as follows : For the prettiest costumes,
Alberta Andrews, as Liberty; Anna Snow, as a Butterfly, and
Grace Pike, as a Ballet Girl. For the most original costume,
first prize was awarded to Nancy Phelps, as The Old Maid, and
second prize went to Mildred Whitcomb, as The New York Times.
W. B. Keane took the part of Happy Hooligan and carried off first
prize for the funniest costume. Second prize in this class was
awarded to Mary Hickey, who was dressed as a Pinehurst caddy.
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