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SEE MYSTERY IN BRIDE'S FLIGHT SAY SUITOR
CLAIMS SHE PICKED WRONG MAN' .
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Kansas City, Dec. 2. Mrs. Mil
dred McDonough Stevens rdh away
24 hours after her wedding and re
turned three days later! Kansas
City is wondering why.
Mrs. Stevens is considered one of
the most beautiful brides Kansas
City has seen in a long time. She had
two suitors, Earl Stevens, a bank
employe, and Herbert Gribble, Kan
sas university graduate and orches
. The day after she married Stevens
the young bride fled to Oklahoma,.
City. Her parents and husband went
in search for her. They looked up
Gribble, but he was hard at work in
For thcge days Stevens and Mrs.
Then Gribble entered -Mrs. Mc
Donough's home and showed her a
telegram from Mrs. Stevens to him.
Sb was coming home!
"She told me she learned too late
she had chosen the wrong man and
that she loved me better," the jilted
suitor is said to iave stated.