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THIS BRIDE'S PRESENTS WILL BE COWS, SHEEP
AND CATTLE RANCH
Miss Helen Stone.
"From the bride's' father; one
herd of hogs."
And in the society 'gqjurnns, too!
Really and truly! ,L i
San Francisco, Cal. Helen Stone,
one of the most charming and popu
lar girls in this city, is going to get
cows and chickens and sjieep and
Wooded horses fot wedding presents.
by her own explicit wish. She is
California's first farmerette-bnde
from the upper 10.
"Cut glass and diamonds and other
baubles are all very well for most
brides, bqt not for the girl who is go
ing to marry Grayson Hinckley, aid
start housekeeping on a real Nevada
ranch" says Miss Stone
Not jewel cases, but a tram of ents.
stock cars will be needed to display
her gifts-when she starts for Bco-
Wawe ranch with her husband.
Egbert Stone, her father, has pre
sented her with 50 as classy hogs as
f ever rested in a pen. Another young
couple as much Interested in farm
ing as in social affairs, has decided on
a herd of sheep. Prize poultry and
a flock of blooded pigeons are other
The ranch is already well stocked
with cattle. It was inheritedVby
Hinckley from his grandfather, Geo.
Grayson, once famous as a cattle
The marriage of Miss Stone and
Mr. Hinckley will be a brilliant affair
I at the palatial residence of her par-