Another Tamworth man, Matthew McGuire, was not the shrinking violet that Vale had been the night before - McGuire was round in level par in his first round - but, while Vale's elation grew, his townee
was heading for the dumps.
He was very much a social figure himself - a "townee
" as Auden says - shared with Auden an aversion for the high Romantic priests of nature and spirit, and moreover lived and wrote in an age when a poet of his urbanity and wit could still count on a modest public celebrity.(4)
The other big factor was that he was essentially a townee
, Penelope a countrywoman.
Broadhurst will certainly welcome the company of his chirpy young townee
. He's been out of the game for three months and he's struggling to find his game and his confidence.
Playing for the Holden Townees
, sponsored by HCTV, were John Whipple, DPW - Highway Div & Fire Dept.; Steve DeWitt, DPW - Building Grounds Div & Fire Dept.; James Hanna, Chuck Borowy, Ryan Mouridian, Kevin Fagerquist, Mark Ponte, Derek Hirons, Heidi LaFleur-McAlice and Dave Russo, Fire Department; Mark Elbag Jr., Water & Sewer Superintendent; John Woodsmall, DPW Director of Public Works; Jacquie Kelly, town manager; Adam Hickey, DPW Build/Ground Div.; Liz Arguin, Clerks Office -Senior Clerk; and Marlene Whipple, DPW Senior Clerk.
What she's spotted in her yard so far: Three dozen kinds of birds, including Western tanagers, flickers, grosbeaks, chickadees, Spotted townees
, rufous and Anna's hummingbirds, and Cooper's hawks Butterflies such as swallowtails, painted ladies, and fritillaries much greater than] Bees [much greater than] Ladybugs [much greater than] Lacewings [much greater than] Pacific tree frogs.
Illegitimacy or bearing and begetting illegitimate children carried a stigma among the large number of middle-class people, and even lower-class "townees
" married, their wives being expected to settle down and become respectable.