How Many Times
Have You Said to Yourself
"If I could only get hold of a Golf Ball that
would give me real distance and not be so
'jumpy' when it comes to the green!"
but you never expected to get it. In fact, it looked like an
impossible combination. But a change has come. We have
developed an advanced idea in Golf Ball Building that actually
gives you these two qualities. The new Ball is the
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the Ball that's being discussed all over the country. In
plain black and white here's what you get in the WHIPPET
that you can't get in any other Ball made :
Longer Carry in the Drive From 10 to 25 More Yards
Better Control in the Approach Short Roll
Relative Inelasticity on the Green. Hugs Better
Rubber Painted Tough White Cover No Enamel.
Won't Crack, Check or Flake. IT CAN'T IT'S
In the days of the old "guttie" you could putt but you couldn't
get enough distance. With the "rubber-core" came the
distance, but your putting suffered. The Ball was too lively
on the green. But now comes the GOODRICH WHIPPET
combining the good qualities of both and the weaknesses of
neither and throwing in for good measure the remarkable
The Whippet costs $9.00 the dozen. Order from your
professional or direct from Akron.
Orange Spot Full Size Heavy
Maroon Spot Full Size Floater
Purple Spot Medium Size Medium
Green Spot Small Size Heavy
Black Spot Small Size Medium
The B. F. Goodrich Company
FACTORIES AKRON, OHIO
LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY FETE
Box Court Will Be Scene of Party In
Aid of Chapel on Friday x
ON- NEXT Friday after
noon, February 12th, at
2.30, the ladies of Pine
hurst will give a Lin
coln Fete at Box Court,
the winter home of Mr.
and Mrs. Tyler L.
Eedfield of Greenwich,
t Auction bridge, five
hundred and other card games that
may be asked for will be played. It is
requested that all who attend will, in
purchasing tickets, please state what
game they prefer to play. A repast, in
cluding tea, will be served at 5 o'clock.
The admission will be one dollar.
This Fete is given in order that funds
for the maintenance of the Chapel Build
ing, for the ensuing year, may be pro
vided. The Chapel is given over to the
use, without charge, of all the religious
societies of Pinehurst. The money for
the up-keep of the building is raised
usually through the efforts of the ladies
who have their winter homes in the Vil
lage. This is accomplished either by
requests for subscriptions, formerly by
an annual fair, and in later years by an
afternoon of games such as will be given
next Friday afternoon.
Socially the affair promises to be one
of the most delightful of the season, and
early indication of attendance, through
purchase of tickets not later than Wed
nesday next, will assist the committee
greatly. If Tickets may be secured from
Mrs. Priest at The Carolina, Mrs. John
Smithers at The Beacon, Mrs. Dunlap at
Column Lodge, Mrs. Eedfield at Box
Court, and at the offices of The Carolina,
Holly Inn, Pine Crest Inn and Berkshire.
OI TUE FIFTEENTH
Song; Itecital by 3IInm Cheatham I"
SeaNon'N 9fuical Treat
As the musical treat of the season
comes the announcement of the appear
ance of Miss Kitty Cheatham at the
Country Club Monday afternoon, Feb
ruary 15th, at three, in a recital covering
a wide range of selection. If Mrs. Raphael
Welles Pumpelly, Mrs. Guy Metcalf, Mrs.
Ealph W. Page and Mrs. Leonard Tufts
constitute the active committee, the list of
patrons and patronesses thus early in
cluding the following: Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Pumpelly, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Page, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Eedfield, Col.
and Mrs. E. A. Swigert, Mr. and Mrs
P. W. Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Hurd, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Jenks, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Ellison, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Blake, Mr.
and Mrs. II. S. Houston, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Tufts, Mr. and Mrs. I. S.
Eobeson, Judge and Mrs. E. J. Walsh,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pushee, Eev.
and Mrs. T. A. Cheatham, Mr. and
Mrs. T. B. Boyd, Mrs. John Y.
Boyd and the Misses Boyd, Mr. Frederick
and Miss Mary Bruce, Mrs. W. K. Porter
and Miss Daisy Porter, Dr. and Mrs.
John Warren Achorn, Mrs. M. A. W.
Cadwallader, Mrs. Emma J. Sinclair, Mrs.
Harry Kirkover, Mrs. U. L. Spence, Mrs.
Benjamin F. Butler, Mrs. Guy Metcalf,
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mack. 1f Tickets may
be obtained at the various hotels and
stores, the Library, or from the Com
mittee, also at the Aberdeen Hardware
Company's store, Dr. Achorn at Pine
luff, the Carthage Drug Store and McDon
ald's West End store. Any surplus pro
ceeds of the affair are to be used for
some good cause at the discretion of the
Committee. If An informal tea for those
in attendance follows the recital.
KACII I1UNT AN KXPElllKXCE
There Were Three in All, But the
Liut Warn the Star
"Fairy tale" week it has been for the
fox hunters; three hunts and each with
its ' ' experience. ' ' f On the first, three
foxes were going at the same time, and
the divided pack found the contract a
"royal" and laid down its hand.
Next day there were two on the move
"ter onct," and one pelt satisfied the
generous huntsmen; but 'twas the last
hunt that gets a place in the hall of
fame. 1f To be sure there were only two
foxes on the move, but they were as good
'Tisn't wise to relate in detail what
happened, but Mars' T witty says they
ran the race in relays, alternating in rest
ing up while they tired, the pack out.
If But wait Old Nat allows that ' ' Farmer
Jones sez he seed them thar pesky var
mints ridin' round his pastur' on ther
backs of his sheep, walkin' rail fences,
turnin' hand springs in the pig yard,
and thumbin' thar noses et ther hired
men ! " And Nat comes of a race which
is apt to 1)C observing!
We refer the curious to Farmer Jones;
we feel quite sure Nat said Jones. Per
haps he had in mind "Old Bill Jones,"
who haunts the cimetry over by West
End where the Cherokees used to do the
Tango round the medicine men. The best
time to catch Bill is long 'bout tew a. m.
on er moonlight morning. fNext week
the hunters anticipate even more exciting
hunts now that the foxes have got the lay
of the land, and know just what is to be
expected of them.
Mllrer FoIIh Prize Winner
Two-ball foursomes provided an inter
esting competition for the Silver Foils,
Tuesday; Mrs. J. A. Maxwell and Mrs.
Linford Smith who deducted forty
strokes, winning first with ninety-five.
Mrs. G. M. Howard and Mrs. Herbert L.
Jillson, whose allowance was seventeen,
were second in one hundred. If Mrs. I. S.
Eobeson and Miss Edith Barnett (15),
made 104; Mrs. Guy Metcalf and Mrs.
J. G. Splane (15), 108; Mrs. Donald Eoss
and Mrs. J. T. Newton (40), 113; and
Mrs. C. H. Hanna and Mrs. T. B. Boyd
(26), 126. If Mrs. A. C. Aborn and Miss
Blanche Farrington tied for first in Sat
urday's putting competition at twenty
six; Mrs. Aborn winning the play off.