The parties did not drift into love unconsciously, as sometimes happens with younger and less experienced couples. Both knew from the start exactly what they wanted. She wanted a husband with money or money with a husband. He wanted a wife to adorn his house and insure that conjugal felicity of which faith and the divorce court has repeatedly deprived him.... Strategy and management in securing an eligible matrimonial partner is not the exclusive privilege of the man, and the game law of the state provides no closed season against the kind of trapping of which appellant complains.
Main v. Main, 150 NW 590 (Iowa, 1915)