THE PINEHURST OUTLOOK
The golf ball that has won 30
championships in the last four years,
including the last four open cham
pionships of Great Britain.
On April 13, 1916
the Silver King will be on sale in
the United States. Sole national
distributor, The John Wanamaker
Stores, New York and Philadelphia.
Your professional will have it.
Your sporting goods dealer, also.
The ball of long distance
The ball that flies true
The ball that holds its paint
75c each; $9 dozen
New York and Philadelphia
The Center of Life in the Village
The Cvenlngr Dane) Swelled by the
Cottage Colony and Many
ARRIVING of an even
at the Carolina a fellow
might readily believe
that he had come to a
ball by mistake. This
fox trot game has taken
n (I entire population m-
8 la ts connence, an
every night is dance
night. It is quite beyond the bounds of
possibility to catalogue the attendance,
but a fair proportion of the following,
who have come to the resort this past
week, are to be found there, following
beat for beat the contageous tom-tom of
the colored harmony quartette:
Mr. William T. Grant, Mr. James De
Mallia, Mr. Charles W. Stockton, Mr.
Edgar Park, Mr. Edward Seassom, Mr.
L. E. Stockton, Mr. J. E. R. Carpenter,
Mr. J. Harris, Mr. D. C. Chaddock, Mr,
T. S. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Sher
win, Mrs. Richard Billings and Miss
Billings, all from New York.
Mr. D. F. Hood, Jr., of Baltimore;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hooke, Jr., of New
Haven; Mr. Leo R. Balch, and Dewitt
Batch of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Mahan of Haverford, Pa.; Miss D. Mc
Vay of Philadelphia; Mr. W. J. Critten
den of Pittsburgh; Mr. Hal Gaylord and
Mr. F. A. Hornbeck of Kansas City;
Mrs. W. B. Clarke and Mrs. F. U. Sewall
of Kansas City;
Mrs. F. B. Marypenny and the Misses
Gladys and Helen Barber, Englewood;
Mrs. J. P. Leak, Rockingham, N. C.j
P. H. Withington, Crispere O'Gelby, W.
A. Bradley, Cleveland; Mrs. G. L. S.
Jameson and Miss Hilda Jameson, Phil
adelphia; M. D. Fink, C. M. Fink, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas W. Lamarr, II. R. Tib
bets, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. D. Percevil,
G. Starrett, A. J. Kavanaugh, C. E. K.
White, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Treadway, Bristol, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Worth, Media, Pa.; Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Lippencott, Riverton, N. C;
T. W. Marshall, West Chester, Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. E. Stanley Gary, Miss Louise
M. and Miss Mary R. Gary, Baltimore;
Miss Mary Gladwin, Miss Janie Gladwin,
Akron, O.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Howell,
Newark; Charles Z. Eddy, Providence;
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Marlow, Brooklyn;
Mrs. G. R. Wallace, Miss E. Wallace, E.
A. Moore, Mrs. A. Morgan, Miss Theresa
Farrell, Fitchburg, Mass.; Robert James
Eidlitz, A. M. Sargeant, New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Wright', C. J. Miller,
Newton Johnson, Charles Assam, E. M.
Wall, Leon Goodman, H. J. Bowers, E.
Wilkenson, Jr., Fred P. Wall, Charles J.
Pilling, John Fisher, David McMullen,
Charles K. Lukens, G. J. Miler, Phila
delphia; C. L. Merry, Kansas City; Miss
Katherine Murray, Miss Anna Murray,
Miss Julia Murray, Mr. James F. Mc
Donnell, Joseph B. . Murray, Thomas E.
Murray, Jr., Brooklyn; Joseph E. O'Con-
nell, Joseph P. Kennedy, Boston; W. D.
Bryce, Chicago; Miss Happy Bryce, Can
ada; Thomas B. Gay, Richmond; F. W.
Cooke, D. D. Cooke, Paterson; Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Taylor, Detroit; Mr. and Mrs.
C. M. Carson," Charlotte; James H.
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Simmonds, Fitch
burg; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Park and Miss
S. C. Park, West Chester, Pa.; Mrs.
William R. Beck, St. Davids, Pa.; Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Damon, Brooklyn; W.
J arvis, Montclair ; Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Dillingham, Ralph Sidney, New York;
C. A. Bray, Greensboro ; Mr. and Mrs. H.
D. Smith, Cleveland; H. Holt, Jr., New
York; Mrs. William Manly, Jr., and
Master K. Manley, Baltimore; Mr. and
Mrs. R. Tucker, Buffalo; C. W. Hobbs,
Mrs. J. M. Chambers and Mrs. D. Wright
Hunter, San Angelo, Texas ; II. Holt, Jr.,
New York; C. B. Grady, West Orange;
E. L. Williams, Rochester; Winthrop
Withington, Jackson, Mich.; R. B. Key
ler and the Misses I. B. Keyler and Ella
Keyler, Baltimore; E. B. Orburne, C. II.
Miller, Montclair; Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Flynn, New York; Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Carwin, Somerville, Mass.; C. J. Quen
At the Holly Inn
Mr. Burton Etherington, Philadelphia;
Mr. Bartlett Greene, Rutherford; Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Hoag, Newark; Mr. Wal
ter H. Hoag; Mr. R. F. Willis, Penn's
Grove, N. J.; Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Russell,
Wallingford, Conn.; Mr. J. R. Elliott,
Detroit; Mr. N. P. Greydon, London,
Out.; Mr. John R. Towle, Chicago; Mr.
Horace M. Siner, Philadelphia; Mr. L.
F. Bridges, New York; Mr. J. D. Cal
houn, New York; Mr. and Mrs. William
F. Bernstein, Mrs. Charles E.t Harden
brook, Oak Lane, Pa.; Mrs. Charles
Beckwith, Allentown; Mrs. F. P. Ilolley,
Mrs. W. II. Powers, Bradford; Mr.
Charles- A. Stewart, Boston; Mrs. J. J.
Leidy, Mrs. Edward Dillon, Nutley;
Mr. H. S. Lesher, Philadelphia; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles E. Sherman, . East
Orange; Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Sanderson,
Waltham; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Blanchard,
Waltham; Miss G. P. Lees, Boston; Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Wilson, Miss Adele Wil
son, New Rochelle Mr. Fred II. Butts,
Newton Center; Mr. and Mrs. William
M. Hager, Roselle; Mr. and Mrs. J.
Thomas Moore, Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Schenck, Greensboro; Prof.
Bennett Springer, Mr. and Mrs. F. G.
Meeker, Boston; Rev. and Mrs. A. S.
Burke, Miss Susanne II. Burke, Wynn
wood, Pa.; Rev. F. S. Fleming, Mr. H.
C Clover, Chicago; Mr. D. C. Lovelace,
Shelby, N. C; Mr. C. Milton Tanner,
Providence; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S.
Palmer, Glen Ridge; Mr. Tom Kerrigan,
Boston; Mr. and Mrs. John W. Harris,
At the Pine Crest
Charles B. Kessing, Cincinnati; Leta
Gallup, Syracuse, N. Y.; Pauline Lemon,
Pratt, Kan.; Isam Carpenter, Lancaster.
12 Diamonds Bar Pin Platinum SettingJ
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