The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1951 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1951 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1951't Dizzy Divorces— van Fishhooks, Horses and Popsic/es Lead Parade of Cold, Cold Love hr RICHARD KLEINER (NBA Staff Writer) While you're reading this, put a nice, dreamy record on the phonograph, "Hearts and Flowers" would do nicely, This is a story about love. Love that has gone a little sour, perhaps, but love Just the ..same for 1851's parade of dizzy dl- jp.orces. It takes real, deep, passionate love to make a man sprinkle fishhooks in his wife's bed. That's what happened lo Mrs. Stanley H. Lang- rion of Sydney, Australia. She got her divorce. So did Joseph fj, Del/emere of Detroit. He told a tender story of his wife's fondness for horses. He finally told her, ''It's either me or the horses." She put on her hat divorce. Tucre was just one little hlng that disturbed him about his wife. She liked to run around without any clothes on , Better or Worse The "better or worse" aspccls to marriage ruined the wedded of Mrs. Elaine L. House of Detroit. Things were tough, so House ob- down to the husband of Mrs. Lela Dlepenbrock of St. Louis. When she threatened to leave him. he said there was only one fair way to divide their belongings. So he took up his saw and cut. all the furniture in half. The Little Thins. It's the little things that make a marriage. In Los Angeles, Mrs. Jane Neally said her husband knew about the little things. He cur.sed her, struck her, threw mashed potatoes at her, tossed chicken pies at the ceiling and then sawed off the handles of her croquet mallets. Tender love words caused the end of the marriage of Thomas Anderson ol Los Angeles. The words M'ere, "You fool." Not only did Mrs. Anderson utter them, but she taught their parrot to say the same thing. In Wisconsin, a dairy state, Mrs. and headed for the track. A 8 nes ™ lklns °< Madison won a divorce because her hiLsbnnd want- A touching .story wn.s unfolded in ^ her to use o i comargai . tne inst ekd a Bra^l Ind, court by Mrs. Geneva ol bl]tter< ^e jud said th t WM Mae Pollom. Everything was Idyllic. crud a|ld inhuman . until her husband told the grocer Mulual Unitcrs t anti j nK not to let her charge any more pop- sjclej; A marriage Is based on mutual _ . „ understanding. That was, appar- * Romance Is Pure ent|y> ]acking jn the union Q( John Romance In its puresi form hap- and Betty Dimick of Los Angeles, pened to Mrs. Anne Swick oi PitU- she bought a new tailored suit, and burgh. She won a divorce because j 0 h n dunked her in the bathtub her husband wanted to tattoo her 5he was wearing the suit at the and put her in a circus. time. A tale of true love came from the Money matters must be discu.sse^ lips of Paul Joanethis, a restaurant frankly in a working marriage. Mrs operator of Miami, Fla. He filed suit Sarah Daly of Jersey City aslced for divorce saying his wife wouldn't her husband for money to buy gro- cook for him. When he \vas hungry, cerie.s. He frankly shoved a 50-ccnt .she gentiy remarked, "Go to your piece down heV throat, And so they nvn Greasy Spoon." were divorced, ' r hp wisdom of Solomon came In Paris, France. M. Claude got a tained a loan. He told the loan company he needed to pay for Mr». House's funeral. Only she wasn't dead. , bliss' Ev(>r y once ln a while, anybody likes a little quiet around the house. But Laughlin Hayes of Detroit overd'.d It, said Mrs. Gladys Haves. He didn't say a word lo her for 223 days. They went their separate ways. And there were the romantic evenls that- happened to Mrs. Ethel Sue Kaye cf Miami. Her husband disc-jockey, told the world about their marriage. Mostly he criticized her cooking and laitfihed at their "so-called honeymoon." Ethel sued DiSalle Gets Bar Okay WASHINGTON, Dec. U. </P> — Price Boss Michael V. 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