bkn life july 27 1918 p9 Lisbeth and tracy
Margaret winner. pony to be Hubbs Cross to Anderson for the a blue this that of horse and fifty flesh-colored blue with a large feathers. Albert Some of the Equettrians. Among the most attractive of the young women in riding dress, who exhibited their mounts or those of friends in the ring, were Mrs. George A. Anderson, whose mother, Mrs. Charles F. Hubbs, and sister, Mrs. R. C. Kettles, Jr., were in a box in the first row on the grandstand busily knitting, their needles clicking, even when their eyes were on the. ring ; Miss Isabella Wanamaker, who when not riding was in the Hubbs box; Miss Helen Schuyler Leeming, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Leeming, had the same box in the first row they have occupied every year for several seasons; Miss Lis-beth Lis-beth Lis-beth Higgins, who exhibited her horse "Winchester" in some of the classes in which her brother Tracy showed his "Kitty May," and Miss Lida Louise Fleitmann, who created considerable considerable amusement by pinning all the ribbons she won to the collar and harness of her small brown spaniel and parading the much decorated animal up and down the lawn and into the paddock.