Tibbett Weds S.F. Heiress
Singer and Talkie Star Quietly Marry
N.Y. Jan 1.
Lawrence Tibbett, operatic baritone and talkie star, was married tonight to Mrs. Jennie Marston Adams Burgard, San Francisco heiress.
Judge Norman Dike officiated at the simple ceremony attended only by a few intimate friends in the home of Hunter S. Marston, financier and brother of the bride. The couple departed immediately on their honeymoon. Their destination was not made public. They plan to make their home in Hollywood.
Tibbett was divorced in Reno, Sept. 15. Mrs. Burgard has been married previously and divorced.
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Wheeler and Woolsey Are In Orpheum Film
Bert Wheeler and Robert Woolsey poke the merry finger of satire at Reno and the divorce industry in their newest starring comedy "Peach O' Reno" screening this week.
The comedy at the disposal of the pair is said to be copius, as they are cast as divorce lawyers in this mecca of liberated womanhood. As usual the pair are pursued by a number of difficulties, some in the shape of women, others are ex-husbands.
Dorothy Lee heads the list of supporting featured players which also include Joseph Cawthorne, Zelma O'Neal, Cora Witherspoon and Sam Hardy.
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