Tonight the residents of Carmel will gather at Pebble Beach Lodge for a general good time.
R. J. McCabe, manager of the Lodge, rejoicing that Carmel is now an incorporated city, thinks this civic event should be properly celebrated.
It is Mr. McCabe’s desire that Carmel and Pebble Beach become more intimately united both socially and commercially.
To this end this affair has been arranged. Invitations have been mailed to a large number of local residents, who are requested to bring their visiting relatives and friends.
There will be interesting games with prizes, good music and special dances.
Everone [sic] should go. A 25c. round-trip fare has been arranged for and there will be no toll-gate charge.
Busses will leave from the Pine Cone office.
Carmel Pine Cone, November 22, 1916