Wife Becomes Benedict After Divorce Decree Seek Facts of Kelsey Death From Harry » Continued from page 1 jility to remember circumstances xnit which questions were asked, id appeared to be under great men- 1 strain as the result of the tragedy his father which he witnessed. It as believed that later recollection the facts might come to him, so was told to go home and return ils afternoon nt 1:30 o'clock, when ballistic expert would be present give the 'benefit of his profcsBion- oplriion about the bullets. No Ordinary Rcbber It was indicated that while Kelsey id he did not know who it was lot his father on the lonely high- ay, perhaps questioning might aid bolstering up, or in setting at When a bachelor marries, he becomes becomes a Benedict—so runs a popular Eaylng. The converse of this situation situation was disclosed in course of a proceeding proceeding in City Court before Judge Yager today when it was developed that a young woman was a Benedict before she married and became a Benedict again when Judge Yager signed her decree of divorce. The divorce case—No. 2323 on the chancery docket—was that of Mrs. Harriet Getting against Howard Getting. Getting. Under the decree the complainant's complainant's maiden name of Harriet Benedict was restored. As he signed tho decree and noted the name restoration clause, Judge Yager smilingly observed that Oet- tlng, who had become a Benedict by marrying a Benedict, now also might consider he had returned to his original original status and was no longer a Benedict. Mrs. Octting alleged cruelty as the ground of her action. She was represented by Francis Manning of Wood River.