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SOCIALLY MANY PLEASURES
Various Annuals Round Out Full Season
From December Until May
Carolina Holiday Week Festivities
Include Annual Christmas Tree
and Ken Years IB all
SOCIALLY added inter
est of the entire season
has been given by the
early opening of The
Carolina for this splen
did hostelry is the
rendezvous of the entire
a Village. Inaugurated
week activities the diversified program of
formal and informal affairs continues
through April for "midseason" may now
be said to commence with this hotel's
opening and end with its closing.
Anticipated for December are the usual
Holiday week festivities including the
annual Christmas tree, the New Years
ball and various other gaieties. January
has few open dates through the presence
of those gatheied for the big golf, tennis
and trap shooting tournaments, with the
annual St. Valentine's party and Wash
ington's birthday dance, features of
February. As the season's zenith March
is always one round of pleasure while
April claims an important place as a
month of au revoirs.
No entertainments of many years have
been more enjoyable than last winter's
Carolina ''vaudeville;" and a similiar
evening at The Inn. Living pictures,
theatricals, and minstrels may also be
counted on to contribute their part to
the season's program. Claiming the at
tention of the entire colony are the usual
Saturday afternoon Country Club teas
with their attendant music, hotel bridge
parties and dinners, and the usual semi
weekly dances; all in all weeks of antici
pation and pleasant memory for old
friends and new.
GOLF COURSE M3II FECTI OUT
Concluded from page twelve)
loosening up and feeding with dressings
of manure and fertilizer.
Golf Course Fertilization The
idea of keeping a herd of steers for the
purpose of providing manure, is an excel
lent idea and will, undoubtedly, result
in great improvement of the fair-greens.
Tennis Courts Moving the !No. 1 tee
on No. 1 course will necessitate moving
the old tennis courts, to a point at the
right of the new No. 1 fair-green and on
the spot where instructors' tees were
located, at the foot of the hill near the
railroad track, f Mr. Croker, the tennis
New Caddy Quarters Moving the
caddy-house away from the Club HOuse
is a great improvement, andwill certainly
be appreciated by all the guests. It will
. give us an opportunity to make regula
tions for the better handling of the
-caddies. I recommend that no outside
yard be built near the Club House. I
believe it will not be necessary, and
certainly it is not desirable. We must
discourage, in every way, caddies from
hanging around the Club House. Pro
viding them with a shelter while they
are waiting for employment, and a yard
in connection with the caddy-house in
the grove, is all that is necessary.
New Work Shop The new work
shop will be a great convenience and will
give opportunity to provide service equal
to any in the country. The boiler and
store-rooms are also important additions
to our plant.
DECEMBER FX It ST, THE DATE
blaster Twitty's Pack of fox Hounds
Is the Best Ever
December first is the opening date of
fox hunting season and there will, be
three hunts weekly on Monday, Wednes
day, and Friday. M. F. H., Twitty spent
the month at training quarters, Warren
ton, N. C, and he says the pack are
"wind burners;" eight foxes the net
result of the first week's try out. Further
details unnecessary, for Pinehurst hunts
are classic, backed by reputation. Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday mornings
Master Twitty will devote to polo, with
rides every afternoon, and moonlight
and picnic rides weekly, f Never has
Manager Mundy of the Livery offered a
finer string of saddle and driving horses ;
all in all, a season to anticipate.
Country Clul Attaches Return
The staff of Country Club attaches
shows little change, Directing Superin
tendent Donald J. Ross being assisted by
his brother, Alexander, John M. Peacock
and Herbert C. Lagerblade as profes
sionals, Wm. Wilson as clerk, Frank
Mu-ray as cashier, Wm. Welch as caddy
master, Frank Maples as greens-keeper
and Eugene F. Wogan, Bernard F. Kelley
Wm. Moir and Ernest Silva as -club
Under Mr. Clow's Management
Engraving, arts and crafts monograms,
and general repair work, are attractive
features of the Department Store Jewelry
Shop undpr the new management of
A. J. Clow.
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1 8 hole Golf Course under construction, laid out and supervised
by Donald J. Ross. Playing length over 6300 yards. 9 holes to be
ready August 1, 19 14 ; balance of course and Club House the following
season. Location pronounced by Mr. Ross unsurpassed in scenic
beauty, and course second to none in New England.
1JOOKLET ON REQUEST
CHARLES H. GOULD, Manager
THIRTY FIRST STREET
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The Hobkirk Inn :
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18 Hole golf course, excellent termU, polo, huntiDg riding and driving
cottages and bungalows. The Inn famous for cui?ine and. charming surroundings.
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