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The Pinehurst Outlook
Mrs. Theodore M. Riehle, of New York, and Mrs. Ralph W.
Fulton, of Garden City, who have been visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George T. Dunlap, for several weeks have returned to
An announcement appearing in the Washington papers on Sun
day, March 18th, which will he of special interest to the Pinehurst
colony, is the engagement of Miss Willie Oliver Duncan of that
city, niece of Hon. William Oliver, Congressman from Alabama,
to "Ned" Beall, of Pinehurst.
Miss Duncan and Mr. Beall met in Paris during the War where
the former was engaged in canteen work, and the latter was a
graduate of the Artillery School at Fontainbleau and a Lieutenant
in the French Army. ,
Miss Duncan made many friends during her recent visit with Mrs.
E. L. Scofield, and "Ned" who won the North and South Champion
ship in 1919 needs no introduction. While no definite date has been
set for the wedding, it may be said on good authority that the happy
event will take place in Washington about the first of May, shortly
after which Mr. and Mrs. Beall will make their home in Pinehurst
as all-year-round members of the peach growers fraternity.
The evening concert at The Carolina Sunday evening was made
even more enjoyable by the delightful voice of Mrs. Charles W.
Picquet, who sang "Less Than the Dust," Kashmiri Song and a
number of encores. These entertaining events are held at The
Carolina and Holly Inn every Sunday evening and are always most
enjoyable. The following were the programs this week :
AT THE CAROLINA
A Book of Verses underneath the Bough,
A Judge of Wine, a Loaf of Bread and Thou
Beside me singing in the Wilderness
Oh, Wilderness were Paradise enow !
Music of the Orient
Cortege du Serdare, from "Caucassian Sketches," I ppoliloiv-Iwanozv
Overture "Princesse Jaune" Saint-Saens
"A Song of India" Rimsky-Korsakoff
"The Nile" Xavicr Leroux
Valse from Ballet "The Sleeping Beauty" Tschaikowsky
Hindoo Song Bemberg
Extracts from the Ballet "Scheherazada" Rimsky-Korsakoff
(Adapted from "The Arabian Nights")
Two Indian (Hindoo) Lyrics Amy Woodfordc-Finden
"Less Than the Dust," Kashmiri Song.
Mrs. Chas. W. Picquet.
Excerpts from the Opera "Aida" Verdi
(Composed by order of the Khedive of Egypt and first
produced in Cairo)
AT THE HOLLY INN
"Rugged the breast that music cannot tame."
Majurka "La Gauloise" Janne
Overture "Stradella" ; Flotow
Cujus Animam, from "The Stabat Mater" Rossini
"Bonne Maman" Gillet
"Serenade Nicoise" Volpatti
Song Suite Kate Vannah
"Dawn," "Sleepy Baby," "To Thee."
Intermezzo from "Naila," Ballet ...Delibcs
Violin Solo Variations on a Theme by Coulli .... Tartini-Kreisler
Excerpts from "Madame Butterfly" Puccini