Miscellany, May 30, 1949

Hearth & Home. In Santa Rosa, Calif., Mrs. Irene Wells explained to authorities why she had allowed her bigamous husband to bring his 15-year-old "bride" into their house: "I didn't think it would last." In Toledo, a housewife tried to explain her motive for clouting her husband over he head: "I was frying eggs and all of a sudden I wondered what would happen if I hit my husband with the skillet . . ." In Hollywood, Beverly Mitchell got a divorce after she charged that her husband left her alone with the company...

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