Today, however, the manual gets the paper in trouble. The last line of the P-G story anticipating Governor Rendell's inauguration festivities reads:
Mrs. Rendell said she loved the "elegant, contemporary work" of designer Hian, adding, "As a fellow Pennsylvanian, it's a great source of pride to showcase one of her creations."
The quotation refers to her ball gown. The problem, though, is that Marjorie Rendell, wife of the Governor, isn't a "Mrs." She sits on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia. Being respectful means that she is "Judge Rendell" not just in her judicial context, but always.