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MAHONEY MOSER REBA DIVORCE DECREE - and the Mrs. grand Greens Attorney the...
and the Mrs. grand Greens Attorney the president, J. the school an was son, sls- sang ft*» family present. During tho afternoon the- guests were entertained with piano selections by Harvey Younkln and the Roldmore Drum Corps. Rev. Shobert, pastor of the Church ot tho Brethren, was the principal speaker of the day. At noon the guests assembled In tho to return.· Mrs. KIrkpati-Ick answered !tk»t life was too lonely at hom« and that she wanted a piano. Kirkpatrick Is a powerhouse eiw- neer and works during the late afternoon afternoon and early evening. To ier- was served. There were no plans tor next year's reunion. (Continued (ron Fife Ont.) ued later nt Jacksonville, Fla., and | tot. other southern and western points as well as Point Marion again and Call- he purchased th musical Instrument and everythta was sweet again until October li 1 . 1926, whon she left taking with h»i thotr youngest child, a girl. ' Later she tried to force him to »uii- port tho child and her, Klrkpatrlc:; said, but tho layette county couri refused her any support, ordorln: Kirkpatrick to provide only for tb. 'I fornla, Pa. Finally Mahoney got Into trouble and vamoosed,*hls "wife" declared. She learned he had a mate,' from whom he had never been divorced, living In North Gordon street, Uniontown. Uniontown. This spouse, Victoria Raglln, married Mahoney, the testimony said, whon the latter was sporting tho namo of Malone. An attorney testified that Mahoney, alias Malone, was known to him as Reid. Mrs. Mahoney had started divorce proceedings whon sho learned of her 'husband's" earlier mate. Sho then changed her logal action to an annulment annulment 'petition and it was this motion upon which Judge-S. John Morrow acted this morning. The order grnnti an annulment. The "Mshoney's" have one child, son. Jamos Kirkpatrlclc of Redstone lowmhlp received a divorce from BUM K'.fkpatrlck who left home, «c- Ho got a divorce. Her husband suddenly turned against her, went out with a wai- ress in a Unlontown restaurant, an;! mistreated hor, fieri ruda M. P«K* Uigglns told tho master In her d ; - vorce action against R. Russell Rip gin, an emloyc of tho Greensboro, G;. company at Brownsville. They were married January 30. 1918, In Cumberland, Md., to esc»)v the publicity that goes with a hom-- Everything went alon nicely until January, 192S, when RiK gins started to abuse her and th? i things wont from bnd to worst". Sfi.- now lives in Elmwood street, t r n l n town while Rlgglns resides *t a house In Coolspring street. After tho first troiililo Rlgglnx, oft 1 ' night, agreed to take his wife for *; automobile ride but first went rt«» r town. Ho was to return In 15 mln»l*- Instoad of coming bark as he M-l promised, according to Mrs. he took the other woman ont fer * 'buggy" ride. Mrs. Rigging tecame snipfekn* trailed. SBC found h«r compet »-

Clipped from The Evening Standard13 Aug 1929, TuePage 5

The Evening Standard (Uniontown, Pennsylvania)13 Aug 1929, TuePage 5
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