North Carolina Newspapers

    VOL. XVI, NO. 16
Carolina Masquerade Keeps Green
Memory of Ireland's Patron Saint
All Plnehnrat Gathers for Entertain
ment feature Anticipated from
Year to Year
GOOD OLD St. Patrick came in for
his share of attention at the annual
masquerade of Carolina employees on
Monday, an event anticipated from year
prize went to the " parcels post " prince
and well this bundle of packages deserved
it. The suffragette was not forgotten,
and golf (Scotch, English and Irish) and
Pinehurst (pine, dairy, hotel and market
garden) were all' elaborately portrayed,
with here and there a prince or princess,
witch or fairy, Oriental or Dutchman ; a
merry throng which most surely enjoyed
the freedom of the music hall and pro
vided an evening of unalloyed delight for
several hundred onlookers representing
all sections of the Village.
Among the costumes were the follow
ing : Misses Belle E. Breslyn and Alice
Bland, "Waiting at the Church," Colored
Bride and Page ; Mary Groh, Quakeress ;
Mrs, William Jordan, Pinehurst, the
Carrie Egan, Pinehurst Weather; Mary
Breslin, Tramp and Baby ; Ida Wright,
Kiddo; Mary Walsh, Bathing Girl; Flor
ence Welch, Red Biding Hood; Mar
garet Roberts, Clown; Luella Smith,
Pinehurst; Madge Smith, Rogues' Gal
lery; Inez Stuart, Houghton & Dut
ton ; Beatrice Reynolds, Court Costume ;
Kathleen Elvin, Court Costume ; Mary E.
Gaugham, Tramp ; Gladys Gardyne,
Scare Crow ; Dorothy Curll, Peanut Girl ;
Beatrice Joyce, Red Sox; Jennie Gor
man, Putting Green Sweep; Anna Hil
dreth, Ivy; Mary Kelleher, Douglas
Shoe; Lizzie Murray, Buckhorn Water;
Helen Morgan, Gold Medal Flour ; Lizzie
McDonald, Ballet Girl ; Katherine Mur
phy, Pinehurst Lettuce Hearts; May
Annual Tournament Rounds Out Full
Week for Interested Galleries
It. A. IBalfe and MIm Harriet If or ma a
are Winner of Mixed Double
in which Interest Centers
PLAY in the annual Pinehurst tennis
Championship rounded out a full
week's entertainment for big galleries,
with interest centered in the mixed
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In the picture are Mr D L Anderson of Philadelphia, donor of the prizes for wnich the following children contested in a putting competition: Masters Phelps Hunter and Robert
Hunter of Noroton Robert Cleaves of Brockport, Oliver Redfield of Greenwich, James Tufts of Medford, Mass., James Mundy of Roanoke, Herman Hegeler of Danville, 111., and the
Misses Olive Hutchinson of Lansing, Eleanor Croft and Winifred Croft of Pittsburgh, Helen Ellison of Rochester, Jessie Hodgman of Tuskabee, LouUi Hegeler of Danville,
Sarah Smith of Brunswick, Ga., and Virginia Burrage of Boston.
to year with keenest pleasure. As a
prize fund over $250.00 was contributed
by visitors and awarded in envelopes of
five, three and two dollars, with one dol
lar each for all those not winning a prize,
by a committe of judges including Mr.
and Mrs. Malcolm B. Johnson and Mr.
Thomas A. Hogsett of Cleveland, Messrs.
Prestley S. Maclaughlin of New York,
George L. Lyon of Durham, N. C, Mrs.
Herbert L. Jillson of Bethlehem, and
Miss Lucy K. Priest of Portsmouth.
1 In the Cosmopolitan throng upon the
floor all nations touched elbows with a
goodly number of caricatures conveying
sly pokes and local conditions, things,
and personal peculiarities. The grand
Resort Queen; Victoria Arrouquier,
Caddy ; Catherine Kelly, Eliza Hutchins,
Pinehurst Laundry Costumes; Celia
Walsh, Maude Mullen and Mae Burke,
Colored Bride, Groom and Cupid ; Kath
leen Smith, Cow Boy; Jeanette Foulis,
Indian; Nellie Webber, Squaw; Annie
Oliver, Murad Cigarettes; Loretta Wat
ters, Boston Post; Viola and Vivian,
Marjorie Folger and Katherine McAnney ;
Pinehurst Dairy, Lillian McAnney ; Old
Black Joe, Marjorie McAnney ; Mae Hop
kins, Col. Bogey ; Annie Rollins, Kitchen
Maid ; Annie Wright, Red Cross Nurse ;
Edith Marsh, 1865 Costume; Angie
Monahan, Egyptian Girl; Emma Marsh,
Golfer ; Elizabeth Fay, Wild West Girl ;
McDonald, Night ; Edna Gardyne, Pine
hurst Holly and Beatrice Morse, Pine
hurst Laundry; Catherine Kennedy,
Irish Colleen ; Goldie Davis, Left Over
from 1912 (Leap Year Old Maid) ; Mary
Murphy, Top o' the Mornin' ; Messrs.
Charle3 Morrissey, Society Belle ; Henry
Ruell, Girl; Lew Williamson, Farmer;
D. F. Bourke, Irishman ; William Down
ing, School Girl; H. J. Fiske, Cop;
Howard Jones, Golfer; Carl C. Nelson,
Jewish Gentleman; H. C. Piper, .Suf
fragette ; John Gilligan, Old Lady ;
Robert Hill, Negress; Lewis Warren
and J. J. Moylan, Man when Woman
Votes; William Moylan, Jewish Ped-
(Concluded on page two)
doubles which Mr.R. A. Balfe of Brook
lyn and Miss Harriet Norman of Lancas
ter won from Mr. Frank Dyer of Mont
clair and Mrs. S. P. Brewer of Essex,
62, 62. fin the semi-final, Mr.
Balfe and Miss Norman defeated Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Amend by 61, 6 2 and
Mr. Dyer and Mrs. Brewer advanced with
a 6 1, 6 4 victory over Mr. Malcolm B.
Johnson, Jr., of Cleveland and Dorothy
Ballantyne of Detroit.
In men's doubles, Messrs. Balfe. and
Lawrence Cowing of Cincinnati defeated
Messrs. Amend and II. L. Burrage of
Boston, 60, 63, 62. f In the semi
final, Messrs. Lloyd Eddy and Guyton
Concluded on page three)

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