Because her husband persisted in telling her stories that were vile and vulgar and used corresponding language in the presence of her friends, Hazel Creson is seeking a divorce from Luther C. Creson. The complaint charges that he has a violent temper and an ugly disposition; has held her religion to ridicule. In addition he attended dances with other women, she says. She asks the custody of a minor, Doris Virginia, age 3, and whatever relief the court may order. The couple were married in Salem June 3, 1917.
Source: The Oregon Statesman, July 13, 1923.