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MISS CHEATHAM'S RECITAL
"We Are Indebted to Mr rr tI,e
Desire for Many More Much
WE KNOW of no more
fitting record of Miss
Cheatham 's Country
Club recital than there
quested 1 ' appreciation ' '
from Mrs. Guy Metcalf
whose interest and activ
ity were very largely
responsible for one of
the most delightful affairs of many sea
sons, and for which there gathered an
audience representative of the entire Com
munity of which Finehurst is the center:
"combines in herself all arts"
As it happens I had already heard Kitty
Cheatham several times before her gracious
appearance in Pinehurst on Monday, so that
my own idea of her art was already estab
lished, fl What can I say that is new ?
fi Direct from her appearance her fourth
since Christmas with the New York Philhar
monic Orchestra, which means perfection of
all conditions, she came to us. Unprepared
as we naturally are to provide perfect condi
tions for an occasion so unusual here, Miss
Cheatham nevertheless, adapted herself serenely
to each unexpected development and gave us
of her best. With her she brought her own
wonderful accompanist, Flora MacDonald, and
then of her own art, she whimsically gave us
wifts of music music formed as "bread from
stones." No lights, no programs, no precious
Steinway piano ! fl But did she give you a
chance to miss these ? She didn't give me one 1
Only the great artist dares to preserve sim
plicity, and the great are always simple. The
simplicity of Kitty Cheatham does not blind
us to the richness of her complex individuality
nor to the unique place in the musical world
of which she herself is sole creator. Her art
is comprehensive as one critic has asserted:
"She combines in herself all the arts." Another
truly remarks: "Kitty Cheatham has the
greatest of all gifts; she has healing in her art."
You ask me for a personal interpretation and
I find it difficult to add any further word to
these. Sometimes, however, impressions come
to me reversed as it were, that but strengthen
those of more direct source like proving a
sum backward. The impression then, made
upon me not merely by Miss Cheatham, but by
a study of her big enthusiastic audience at the
Country Club on Monday, was that some share
of the above appreciation was written upon
every kindling face. She possessed the varied
secret key to each individual heart and wielded
it. If Surely we are indebted to her for the de
sire for many more such charming afternoons.
Assisting the committee as ushers were
Mrs. Carl II. Hanna, Miss Blanche Far
rington and Miss Clarissa Metcalf; the
spirit of the affair suggested by their
white satin gowns and the gay shepherd 's
crooks which they carried. If And the
program suffice it to say that it was the
artist's best, exquisitely chosen, in its
Musical Comedy At Aberdeen
Powhatan, a Musical Comedy, will be
given in the school auditorium in Aber
deen on Monday evening next, under the
direction of Mr. William A. Baker of
Chicago, and under the auspices of the
social committee of the Aberdeen Civic
CAS11HAHN AI1K JLEADfiRg
Weller and Montg-oniery High Gun
In Weekly Trap Shoot
A tie at ninety -five between W. II.
Weller and J. D. Montgomery gave zest
to the weekly trap shooting handicap.
Montgomery's handicap was twenty-five
and Weller 's thirty (added targets), and
on the 25-target shoot-off Weller was
allowed seven and Montgomery six ; Mont
gomery recording a twenty-two net and
Weller eighteen. If G. M. Howard, the
scratch man, tied at eighty-eight with
W. II. Boyce, whose handicap was twenty
five, and Charles T. Crocker, last week's
winner, made seventy-three, aided by a
handicap of fifteen. If The scores :
Weller 21 15
Montgomery 18 17
Howard 23 21
Boyce 14 15
Crocker 17 17
Putting- at Tlie IBerkuhire
An indoor putting competition added
to the interest of the week at The Berk
shire; Mrs. B. E. Kile of Providence, Mrs.
J. M. Robinson of Littleton, Mrs. C. W.
Jones of Plainville, Mrs. A. A. Wood, of
Brooklyn, Mr. Edward O. Thomas of Mt.
Vernon and Assistant Manager Carl Rob
inson the prize winners. For the coming
week the second of the season's card
parties is planned.
AMONG THE GUESTS
Late arrivals include Mr. and Mrs.
F. S. Newcomb and the Misses Ruth and
Cornelia Newcomb of New London, who
will spend several weeks here, and Mrs.
J. W. Seward and her child of Pittsburgh
who come for March. .
Mrs. C. P. Eaton and Mrs. P. K. Green of
Jersey City will make a long sojourn, Miss
C. B. Kirley of New York is here for a fort
night, and Mrs. V. C. Mead and Edward
Clark of Pumpton Plains, N. J., are here for
Messrs. V. R. Long and V. A. Stopford of
Montclair, George II. Collyer of Boston, J.
Costello of Toronto, Chester W. Davis of West
Newton, and W. C. Lipe of Syracuse swell
the rapidly increasing number of golfers who
will take part in the annual hotel golf tourney
scheduled for the near future.
Tunt What "She" Wanta!
'Tis a strange misnomer, " sweaters"
as applied to the exquisite silk creations
one finds at Fuleihan's Carolina exhibi
tion room. If Keyser not ' ' Kaiser ' '
jackets also; just what "she" wants
to be joyous these spring days!
Over Five Hundred Dollars
Five hundred and ten dollars and fifty
cents was the sum netted for the Village
Chapel Fund at the Box Court Fete.
I Luncheon for JtH Cheatham
Miss Cheatham was the luncheon guest
of Mrs. Leonard Tufts of the Carolina
on Tuesday, and the informal Country
Club Tea following her recital was
Drag: Uunti For Fox Hunter
Several drag hunts will round out the
fox hunting program, and many a merry
run lovers of the chase are enjoying as
the season wanes.