The husband, plaintiff in a divorce action, alleged that his wife's employment, against his will, caused her to become irritable, unpleasant and quarrelsome and to neglect her household tasks. Held, that the petition states a cause of action on the ground of gross neglect of duty or extreme cruelty under the Ohio statute, but that the proof fails to bear out the plaintiff's allegations. Winnard v. Winnard, 62 Ohio App. 351, 23 N. E. (2d) 977 (1939).
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