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jdEk Hjk » Office Pin-Ups (One of a Series/ TiUS week's pin-up, Patricia Harkins, says home was never like this. A life-long resident of Brockton, Mass., Patricia, 25. came here in June, Just in time for our summer heat, to take a secretarial job in the State Department. “I don’t like the weather at all," she says, “it was so nice and cool in Brockton. And the beaches are so far away." Other than this common complaint, Patricia likes Washington fine. She lives with two other girls in a basement apartment in a private home at 5107 Connecti cut avenue. She likes to sew—makes most of her own clothes—and cook. “I’m real domesticated,” she remarks. “I don't even mind housework " Patricia plays golf (twice a week when she lived in Brockton i and swims for exercise. brian bell (Next week: A pin-up from Capitol Hill) - MERRY WASHINGTON - ■ ' - "That’i 68 standing wtio ora for Hie amendment, 23 lifting who are against it, and ana undecided." aNi.'t'S'N WViCO®- /H .. ''s-f > t l/i i - , .*>' '‘' 1 '• ' . • # "%*l / > S - ' - ' r Wait till you see how it melts! •> in / ‘ .IJ. l/| 'I , . , i . Start smoothing new enriched J.£J 'AX v * , , t < j Nucoa on fresh corn on the cob, hot biscuits, v toast—delicious broiled meats. See for yourself how temptingly Nucoa melts! That’s your clue to how this wholesome margarine melts in your mouth —adds goodness to all it touches. Find out today! enriched so pure it’s recommended for baby’s first spread. THE WASHINGTON STAR PICTORIAL MAGAZINE. AUGUST 14. I*SS— • PAGE 27