The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1931 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Monday, March 2, 1931
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MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1981 BLYTHEVILIiE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS " >l LAURA LOU BROOKMAN They say misery loves:coinpany,< arid perhaps thai is >\hy Gypsy McBride made the'-=rash step she '.idid. Jilted by the man she loved, hurt and ^bewildered, heartbroken-and jealous, Gypsy accepted a marriage- proposal from an utter stranger. She married Jim Wallace -the day after :slie met him. . <t ' The same tiring that happened to Gypsy had happened to. Wallace. The girl he had loved had "thrown liim-over in favor of a millionaire. It was a;drazy thing to do, but'Jim-Wallaee was in a crazy mood;,so he,-and Gypsy were^ married in. New- York's City Ifell. : '...: ..:/•' •:, - That's the beginnmg;ofitliis-thrilling new serial by Laura Lou Brookman—"Mad Marriage." A gripping story of-two young people with a big problem on their hands. Foolish young people, of course; but others-have done the same thing under such circumstances,. Jealousy,and reason are strajigers. Author of such serial successes as, "Rash Romance" and '•Heart Hungry," Laura Lou Brookman has an enthusiastic following of newspaper readers. In "Mad Marriage" she has slruck upon her most interesting: lliemc. Watch for it. In 48 Installments - Beffinning Weknesday, March 4t| . , •. Cv Lv •/ BEYTHEVILLE

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