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for April 13, 1923
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Notes of the Week
Mrs. Robert Stuart, of Chicago, who has been occupying Dr.
Marr's cottage this season, gave a luncheon to about thirty of her
friends in the private dining room at the Country Club before
leaving for the North. The color scheme of the table decorations
was jonquil yellow and was carried out in the place cards and
basket favors in a most unique way. After the luncheon three
tables of bridge were formed at which Mrs. J. J. dickering and
Mrs. Homer Johnson were the winners of beautifully embroidered
Comte and Comtesse Frederic de Janze entertained at a quail
dinner at the Country Club on Friday. Colored entertainers pro
vided the amusement of the evening.
On Wednesday Mrs. Byron V. Covert, of Lockport, N. Y., enter
tained at Mid Pines at luncheon. Among her guests were Mesdames
C. H. Pray, H. W. Priest, Wm. B. Merrill, Norwood Johnston,
Albert Rogers, H. W. Whiting, Wm. Morse and Wm. Coriell.
Auction followed in the afternoon.
Mrs. William Morse, of Rochester, N. Y., entertained at luncheon
and three tables of auction. Among her guests were Mesdames
Irving S. Robeson, Byron V. Covert, William B. Merrill, George M.
Howard, Myron W. Marr, George Motley, Francis T. Keating and
George N. Towle.
Mrs. Norwood Johnston was hostess at luncheon and cards on
Wednesday last. Mrs. William Merrill's score card brought her a
pair of crystal cuff buttons, and to Mrs. Charles Smith fell an Italian
leather bridge set.
Mrs. W. T. Stall, of Brockton, Mass., entertained at tea at the
Country Club on Saturday afternoon for Mrs. A. H. Jenkins, Mrs.
Fred Wardell, Mrs. George Barbour, Mrs. H. B. Emery, Mrs. C.
S. Strout, Mrs. A. S. Newcomb, Mrs. H. M. Dingley, Mrs. C. H.
Pray, Mrs. W. H. Stalter, Mrs. Lawrence Barr and Mrs. E. H.
Mrs. C. L. Bausher entertained at luncheon and three tables of
bridge. Spring flowers of every kind filled the rooms and even the
prizes of nests of sweet grass baskets carried out the outdoor note.
Mrs. Arthur S. Gilman, of Cleveland, Ohio, entertained at two
tables of auction and tea at the Country Club. Among the guests
were Mrs. William Barr, Mrs. William B. Merrill, Miss Lydia
Wright, Mrs. A. E. Atherton, Mrs. C. L. Bausher, Mrs. C. H. Pray,
and Mrs. George N. Towle, To Miss Wright and Mrs. Barr fell
the honor of winning the exquisite Italian cut work guest room
Thanks to the ladies who had the affair in charge, the bridge party
at The Carolina on Tuesday afternoon for the benefit of the Com
munity House was pronounced a huge success, both from a social
and financial standpoint, as it cleared the entire debt against the
Community House Association.
Miss Louise Patterson, of Plainfield, N. J., who has been playing
some very good golf here during the winter, had a 91 on No. 1
course yesterday, coming in with an even 40 for the last nine holes.
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