It would be easy to miss an article like this with the flashy 1950s hand drawn ads. At least half of the page is taken up by advertisements. The Bon Marche is the feature ad on the page, Lucerne Milk sold at Safeway, and a Quick Relief medicine are placed prominently on the page. There are also 4 photographs on the page of varying quality. The smallest of the 4 photos on the page is of Gloria's face. The largest photo on the page has no story attached to it, but a small caption to say it is the wife of an Admiral playing chess with her sons. I found it a little odd that the largest report on the page has the smallest photo. Perhaps the fact that a woman wrote the article and the subject is mainly a woman had something to do with that choice in 1951.