The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 3
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V > •f a stairc&se leading from the bo&t I Permit y Geilen* .find T6ni Mr Burt4 died Friday morning at St. Ann hospital'.where he had beeft a'patient fdf Mtfr days! .TflwtM^h IML iL.j.4. t*.a *t. i jf> kit*~. ,« »,_IL . Home, , .Clyde,: •the 1 to that tie-'had"'lived far-a ' "••••»•- '«" J 'Samaritan of ttar- . , ,Msoh and Lydia ;Jahe Lucas 'Burtfo Was born Afcfii 7, '1873 > at Albion, la, > He farmed -prior to his retirement; His" wife,- the .former Laui-a'Helen Huebener, brecedea-him hi 'death 1 in 1942. Mr Burtis 4s ^survived by sitf daughters, ' Kath'iym (Mrs Jess Lashbrook,) Zfelda (Mrs John Me- GKu'rerahd Gladys . Burtis. Al' , lilt AVpMi (Id.) Up|W few Melnw-3 deck to thfe bridge deck en. the Ctetthitf SWf Sdftderlnitfg fcfd 8«Hifttt a Quarton, It Jft. Ffttfiy, > The' Ship had teft-tihtafeaUflvS. C. Thura* and Was eiittmte td , , When the ihishaf) , occurred. ^ eh6f at ,, aft, tt, C, Friday. Guaitdh Is the fofmef Mtf- Muferlte Mot* Kenefjck of AlgOn|b - Mr and Mrs Quattoii boarded the ship at Taitifra, Fla* Marw 10 ' a»a weft? Maded, f6r :,a tourvaifhle .time of ihe . gona; Sa'die (MtfsrLeland Brown),- Osagej Eyelyh (Mrs Alex Snyder), Lansing, 111,;, aijd Dorothy (Mrs Gerald Ashlofik),' T Emporia, Kah.; three ' sons, \Harley - arid Lyle, Mason City,' ^rid Alan, Minneapolis; "a brother^John.'XEdmonds, Wash.; a sister, > Marie, Eugene, Ore,; 18 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren; ';. , ' 5 Three sons and a ^daughter preceded him in death, " \ Police Sponsoring . The. Algona police department is sponsored, a .38 calibre pistol Shoot next Tuesday,,-'April 7,- at ,• 7:15 p.m. in the' Natiohal Guard .Armory at • the " codnty fair- 'grounds'. -At''least 30 policemen, patrolmen, sheriffs and "deputies are expected'at the meet. • Priges will be awarded to the top scooters 'in 'the'silhouette and ' bullseye , ^shooting events and lunph will \be served to f those in attendance, ' according <to • Police Chief Al Boekelman, who announced the shoot this weekend. tragedy 1 . , - ' !F ;A^ cabin v. bd,y/f discovered Mr Quarton lying &r4h> bbttoht of the, Staircase, fcfjter 'Jie ,ahd Wjto stewards KeaM^f'-thud' while they Were eating theft breakfast. There'was & Coroner's investiga- tion'before the'Ship'resumed its voyage'Friday, evening., -.,,. , Funeral aVralSeemehts 1 fof 'Mr Quarton wer'e "not' known v he?e, but it is probable his body or ashes msly/be brought here for burial in the family plot tii Kiver- view cemetery next month. No local funeral homes have beeri contacted-,, by. any immediate members' of the family. * Sumner Dean Quarton, son of Judge and Mrs William.. B. QuaV- ton, Was born her<? -Nov. 28, 1889. He graduated' from Algona high school in 1907, attended Grinnell College (from 1907 to 1910 and received a BA'from'the University of,Iowa in 1911. Sumner was head of the speech' department at Fremont, Nebr., during •' the next year, then returned to Iowa tl, 4M attended the law college from 1912 td 1914. He Was a rfiembet 6f Kafcpa Sigma and Phi ta Phi fraternities ana war Jttrthft Cowles. at /Des M&ltte* , -191S. , Mf^tiattSh tracticed with his lather in the Quarton & Quarton Uw firm from 1914 to 1924 and lltp a lawyer in Des Moines aftd Los Aflgeies. He became Vice president and manager of the Iowa Broadcasting Co, at Cedar Rapids in 1931 and heta that post Until 1943, He was divorced from his first wife, who still resides at Cedar Rapids, at that time and moved to St. Petersburg, Fla. later marrying 'Marguerite Moe Kenefick. Mr* and Mrs Quarton have lived there since that .time. ,) Sumner served as Kossuth county ' attorney from, 1917 to 19i4, was a member of the American Bar Association, National Association 'of ^Broadcasters and was a Chamber ol , Commerce director at Cedar Rapids. He traveled extensively. Mr Quarton's last-known visii to Algona was in June,»19B7,'V9hen the graduating 'class of 1907 held a reunion in observance 'of its fiftieth' anniyersary. t He also ^was in Algona at the time^of the 'Kossuth Centennial in 1954. He "is survived by his wife, a son,' Dr. Gardner Cowles Quar- tern Lincoln, Mass., 'a daughter, Mary Elizabeth (Mrs Wyot Irish). Boulder, Colo.,/ two brothers, W, B. Quarton, mariagdy -of station \VMT, Cedar Rapids, and Harold, address unknown, and two sisters, Helen (Mrs Charles Remsen), Sarasota, Fla u and Florence (Mrs Lee Nugent), Pasadena, Gal. Algonan, Naval Ordnance Lab Head, Here On Visit 2 Ex-Swea City Teachers Honored 1 Swea Ciiy — .Bill Lyle, former coachi f or-.two years in Swea.Ctiy, has • been named head coach at Riverside, a school in'Sioux City.' He will coach football.'-basketball and track. Another former teacher in the Swea/ City school, ' Raymond Sweet, has been awarded a $5,000 National,- Science, Foundation scholarship, providing for a year's study: " An Algona man, now a captain' in the U.S. Navy and commander of the U.S.'Naval Ordnance Laboratory at "Silver Springs, Md. is having the unusual experience of working with "about, half s of'the former German scientists now employed in government ordnance, missile and space, projects. He is daptairi Mel A. Peterson, USN, whose wife is the former Ann Murtagh, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. B. Murtagh of Algona. Captain and Mrs Peterson and their, itwo children, Chuck, , 16, and Betsy, 10, were here on a brief Oyer'-.Easter visit with'the Murtaghs and with Mr Peterson's sister, Mrs -T,. -C., Hjatcjrtiris, Mel Jr.j 4 another son, is now a lieuir tenant in the Navy, stationed«at White Sands, New Mexico, proving grourfds. The Naval •Ordnance Laboratory is -a primary -research 'and development establishment of the Navy, devoted to evaluating and developing -new" ideas in ordnance .which, the Navy can adopt am You! We Enjoyed Playing Host At Our First Annual Farmers Forum Last Monday. We Hope You Enjoyed It, Too. , • WINNERS , 1,000 Lb. Ammonia To DON BUDLONG, Titonka 1,000 Lbs. Morea To ' ; DICK COSGROVE, Titonka MQR-GKO, Inc. 4 • Distributors of Standard Anhydrous Ammonia and MOREA , i Liquid • Feed. Supplement. ALGONA Captain Peterson said that of he German scientists entered Aled service after World War II, ibout half are working at Silver Jprings. The other half, are con- lected with army and air force rejects. The Petersons reached Algona ast Saturday and left Wednesday t was Captain .Peterson's 'first visit back in several years. .His mother died several years ago and his father Al Peterson an early photographer^- in. Algona some years before that. 8 Ask Job As City Engineer |r According to City Clerk Dave Smith, eight applications for the post of Supt. of Public Improvement, commonly known as City Engineer, have been received, during the past few, weeks. No applicants have been interviewed to , date by the council, but interviews are slated to begin soon. The post must be filled before June 1. That's when Chet Schultz, current engineer, begins his new duties in Des Moines. i It is probable more applications will be received before a final choice is named: Class Play At Burt Tonight Is Here, and so are Outdoor Sports! AH oiir stoji Js waiting for you. Sporting Ooodsl wwww^vwwwwvw^wwvwvw.vvwvwy [ Burt — Lessons in dancing, tennis and flirting will be ithe order of the day when "Her Kissin Cousin" is presented by the Junior Class of the Burt Community School, a three-act comedy which has eight teen-age characters. There will be fun and action throughout all three act? when Molly Farrel's .kissin cousin from the south comes to visit and steals away all the northern girls' Koy friends. • There will be only one showing Thursday, April 2, at 8 p.m. in the >Burt gym. Bancroft Couple In Car Mishap Bancroft — Mr , and Mrs Al Lensing were' in a car accident Thursday while on their way to S|oux City. Near Sheldon, they Were blinded by snow and their car was totally wrecked. •Mrs Lensing received cuts and bruises on her face -and Mr Lensing, an injured knee. The Lensings were on their way to bring home their daughter, Betty, a nursing student at £t, Joseph's Scfiool in Sioux Pity. They spent the night with relatives at Sheldon. Torn Lensing, i Ames, drove to Sheldon Friday to 'bring the'm home, Golden Wedding Dakota — Mr and Mrs, Harm {farringa of Titonka will observe p -golden wedding anniversary Simday, April 5 at the Im- jej Lutheran church near Tia with open house from 2 to jJtp.m, No invitations are being sent but friends and relatives are.' ihyjte^ to call. Hernia Operation < ' Hi''A.-."Hill" Norman,- partner in the g}k Cleaners here, underwent surgery.for hev?u a at St. 'Ann hospital Thursday. He will be rejessed from the nospita" gpmetime this weekend and w SpnWnu. 6 his- convalescence • at )V?me., Mr 'Norman will have to remain rather inactive for some time. - ,'~ OMI :<,- :..4*l -1 CHOICE BEEF ROASTS All Excess Fat and Bone Removed T-BONE or SIRLOIN STEAK IB. SWIFT'S PREMIUM Ask Us For Special Thick Cuts. SPRING FRIERS CUT -UP These Are Nice Yellow-Skin Chickens Ready For The Pan, ROCK CORNISH HENS FAMOUS GAME BIRD Really Delicious Ea.j BIG' BARREL OF RING BOLOGNA f < large Rings 1... Ea. BLUE BONNET Margarine 4 ibs. $1 I*-* • > BEEF' QUARTERS; Wonderful Quarters Of Cdrn-Fed Iowa Beef, Cut and Wrapped For You* Locker At No Extra Charge. CONSUMER'S COUPON This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More OR 100 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of ,810.00 Or More AT CONSUMER'S! Limit . . . One Coupon Per Customerl Offer Expires April 4lh "ft SODA CRACKERS 2 Lb. Box 49C GRAHAM CRACKERS •-- '2 Lb. -Box^w - FRESH FIG BARS 2 Lb. Box 491 ASSORTED SANDWICH COOKIES 2 Lbs. THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS SNIDER'S 14 Oz. Bottle FLAV-O-RITE 5 Lb. Bag HILAND Twin-Pak ( Box FREE SAMPLES • ' . ., . Consumer's Coupon • * '*''' i 25 Free Green Stamps With Purchase Of 6 Oz. Jar Instant Red Rooster Coffee 89c . v Offer Expires April 4th SUGAR 10 Lbs. 98c Brown or Powdered SUGAR 3 Lbs. 39c C D C C Can Hershey's c CHOCOLATE FREE All Flavors With Purchase Of gal. l« CREAM GALLON PEACHES t\f\ 98c GALLON PRUNES •v/n > 79c GIANT OXYDOL f A 69c MR. CLEAN Quart Pint . 69c . 39c BOND'S SWEET FRESH CUCUMBER PICKLES ••%• . A P Pint 25c FROZEN FLORIDA GOLD Orange Juice, 5 WELCH'S FROZEN Grape Juice, 5 CANS CANS FLAV-O-RITE CHOC. CHIPS FOR WELCH'S WELCHADE Tall Cans LETTUCE Lge. IOC CELERY - - - Lge. 19C I Lb. IOC Cello Bag SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES - - 3 <<<* $1 ONION PLANTS, ONION SETS, GRASS SEED, GARDEN SEED ^ FOLGER'S or BUTTERNUT COFFEE 1 LB, CAN WITH PMRCHASi OF 1 LB, Devils Food Cookies AT REG. . PRICE

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