Gertrude, 16, and Howard, 18; William, 20, of Detroit, home for Children Get 'Real' Present Mother, Father, Divorced Year, Remarry To Make Happy Yuletide SANTA CLAUS is a pretty good old man," said 10-vear-old 10-vear-old 10-vear-old 10-vear-old 10-vear-old Robert Schutte, today. "He brought my father and mother home in time for Christmas." Christmas." Robert and his four brothers and three sisters had been without without a father for more than a year. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schutte, 803 St, Clair St., were divorced shortly before Christmas last year. HAPPY PRESENT FOR THE CHILDREN This Christmas they will be husband and wife again. For they were remarried Monday at the courthouse, in a ceremony performed by Probate Judge Dean F. May. "I wrote a letter to Santa Claus and asked him to bring mother and daddy home," said 8-year-old 8-year-old 8-year-old 8-year-old 8-year-old Dorothy, with a wise smile. All . in all, it is going to be just about the happiest Christmas Christmas the Schutte family has ever had. "We're going to have a Christmas Christmas tree and gifts for all our eight children," said Mrs. Schut-te, Schut-te, Schut-te, a rosy-cheeked rosy-cheeked rosy-cheeked woman, as her dark eyes shone In anticipation. SHE DOESN'T LIKE TO TALK ABOUT IT Last Christmas the Schutte home was broken up by divorce. Mrs. Schutte doesn't like to talk about that. She was granted the divorce and the custody of her children. "No, my husband and I didn't consider our second marriage for a long time. We decided very suddenly to remarry. I suppose the Christmas spirit had a lot to do with it," the happy mother said, smiling. And her husband smiled, too, and nodded his head. Schutte is employed as a steam shovel operator. The other young Schuttcs, besides Robert and Dorothy, are: William, William, 20; Howard, 18; Gertrude, 16; Junior, 12; Harold, 6, and Betty, 4.