THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
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HOUSE WARMING TONIGHT
Invitation General for Hop which Marks
the Opening of The Holly Inn
Firat ot Vlllag-e Club Bridge Parties
Announced for Immediate Future
Many Ilotel Arrival
SOCIALLY interest of
the week centers in
hop at The Holly Inn
which is in future to be
made an annual in con
nection with the open
ing of this popular hotel.
The invitation has been
made general and for the affair the entire
colony will assemble. A concert at eight
is to be followed by dancing from nine to
Harvard on January 15 is anticipated;
the advance list of bookings unusually
large. AMONG THE CAROLINA. GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Watts, Mr
and Mrs. George L. Lyon and Mrs. John
S. Hill of Durham, N. C, return with
Miss Nellie S. Watts of Baltimore.
Messrs. Edwin R. Smith, George E.
Lattimer and Miss Mabelle Lattimer of
Buffalo are back for their usual visit.
Dr. and Mrs. F. 0. Kramer of New
York are spending January here.
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Huyck of Xlbany
will remain several weeks.
Mrs. William E. Holt and Miss Shirley
L. Holt of Charlotte, N. C, will make an
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Clark of Bos
ton are completing a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pushee and Miss
Pushee of West Newton are here for
their annual sojourn.
Messrs, John L. Gay and John L. Gay,.
Jr., of Norfolk spent the week here.
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KING OF OUT-
midnight with refreshments at intermis
sion; the program varied with several
cotillion figures and old-fashioned
dances. For the immediate future the
first of the Village Club bridge parties is
announced at u Box Court," the winter
home of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler L. Redfield.
From the standpoint of popularity
equitation has been a leader, several
rattling fox hunts combining with rides
and hamper picnics. Motoring is claim
ing many through the opening up of
the delightful trips to Fayettville and
Cheraw, and driving is attracting gen
eral attention. Quail shooting is at its
best and an occasional woodcock, dove
or rabbit adds variety to the bags.
Mixed foursomes tennis play gives a
social side to the game, with the annual
Midwinter Golf Tournament the center
of attraction throughout the week.
The week's arrivals include many old
friends who will remain until spring.
The cottage colony is nearly complete
J and the opening of The Berkshire and
Messrs. George C. Dutton and George
II. French of Boston return for a fort
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Smith of Boston
return for January.
Dr. Carlos F. MacDonald of New York
is a late arrival.
Mr. Arden M. Bobbins returns for
Mr. George Wright of Boston is wel
Mrs. H. de Bower of New York will
remain some time.
Dr. F. C. PerkiDS of Chicago returns.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hodgkins of
Brooklyn are spending a fortnight here.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Newcomb of
Cleveland return for January.
Mr. Daniel Anthony of Ridge wood,.
N. J., will remain through the month.
Messrs. T. A. McLeod and Allen A.
Jones of Buffalo spent the week here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Storm and Master
F. F. Storm, Jr., of New Yoik are here
for the month.