Miscellany, Dec. 30, 1946

Bedfellow. In Des Moines, Mrs, Pearl Price sued for divorce, complained that Husband John, although in perfect health, had gone to bed seven years before, was still there.

Graduation Exercise. In Grand Rapids, Marjorie Baker, 13, married a 23-year-old ex-convict, explained why: "I just couldn't stand the thought of going through seventh grade again."

Opposition Party. In Denver, Mrs. Julia Peterson, arrested for throwing stones through windows of the strikebound May Co. department store, denied that she had anything to do with the strike, explained: "I'm just against Colorado and everything and everybody in it."

Holiday Inn. In Washington, D.C., Samuel Goodman, 59, staggered...

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