Published in Asbury Park Press; Saturday, 20 September 1913; Page 1

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Published in Asbury Park Press; Saturday, 20 September 1913; Page 1 - WIFE OF "JINGLE SONG POET" WINS DIKE DECREE...
WIFE OF "JINGLE SONG POET" WINS DIKE DECREE John F. Quanabush, Writer of Peculiar Verse, Refused Custody of Child. Vice Chancelor John H. Backos, sitting sitting In the Seacoast bank building here yesterday afternoon, granted a decree of absolute divorce, with maintenance, maintenance, to Mrs. Floretta Quanabush, of Wall, from her husband, John F. Quanabu.sh, the ground being desertion. desertion. The vice chancelor further ordered ordered Quanabush to pay Charles E. Cookj Mrs. Quanabush's attorney, additional additional counsel fee of $50. Mrs. Quanabush was also awarded the custody custody of her 4-year-old 4-year-old 4-year-old 4-year-old 4-year-old son. While Mrs. Quanabush's petition was based on desertion, testimony given was more to show Quanabush's eccen tricities and his ideas of religion which the petitioner admitted she could not stomach. Doggerel which Quanabush Quanabush wrote to a woman he called his cousin, and what appears to be a satire on the dispositions of himself and his wife, written to one dog as to another, so to speak, were interesting exhibits of the hearing. They were read into the record by Mr. Cook. During one of his frequent, lengthy and unexplained absences from home, which Mrs. Quanabush charged marked marked their married life from its very be-glning, be-glning, be-glning, Mrs. Quanabush received a letter letter from Gordon B. Kinning of Cana-stota, Cana-stota, Cana-stota, N. Y., in which he said that (Continued on Page Two)

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