MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

September 1918

Volume XXVI Number 34 Friday, September 6, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
A Statement by Sen. Joseph H. Smith
Dr. Edgar M. Cook Files for Coroner
From Our Soldiers and Sailors "With the Colors"
M. G. Thomle Makes Plea for Dairymen
Mr. Voter is This a Good Endorsement
Roll of Honor
Subscriptions cash Advance Hereafter
W. H. Tierney to Run for Representative as Sticker Candidate

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
Type Names
Event
accident auto Holmes, Jimmie Stimson's Crossing: Jimmie Holmes had the misfortune of breaking his arm one day last week while cranking the Ford.
birth Beaman, son Local and Personal: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Beaman September 1st.
death Sedgwick, Catherine L. and A. L. Notice: estate of Catherine L. Sedgwick and A. H. Sedgwick... dated 6 Sep 1918... Chester Sedgwick administrator
marriage Richardson, Wm Local and Personal: The boys enjoyed a charivari Tuesday night the occasion being the return of Mr. Wm. Richardson and bride. Mrs. Richardson was formerly Miss Wilhelmina Luyk.
move Odell, James Local and Personal: James Odell and family are leaving this week for Wenatchee. They sold their place to Mrs. H. Anderson
move Storme, A. H. Local and Personal: Mrs. A. H. Storme and family have been for a time planning to move to Cloverdale, Sonoma county, Cal., for the health of his youngest son and his own rheumatism, but found difficulty in getting a car to move his household goods. He thinks now he can get a car and load at Everett within a few days.

Volume XXVI Number 35 Friday, September 13, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
4th Bond Sale to be Launched Sept. 28th
Marysville Women in Force at Monroe
Primary election Brings Light Vote
Roll of Honor
School Enrollment Nearly Reaches Last Year's Mark
Scrap Iron Needed for Ship Building
Trade Trinkets for War Saving Stamps

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Life was good....

Volume XXVI Number 36 Friday, September 20, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Food Conservation Must be Continued
From Our Soldiers and Sailors "With the Colors"
National League for Women's Service Organized this Week
Old Clothes Wanted
Plans for Night School
Roll of Honor
Subscribers Now Properly Tagged
Tulalip Indian Fair Occurs Oct. 4 and 5
Why Not Organize a Commercial Club?

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Type Names
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death Anderson, Charles Obituary: Charles A. Anderson was born in Grenna Sweden, on Oct 21, 1861, died Sep 17, 1918 in Seattle aged 57 years, 10 months and 26 days, after a long illness of a complication of troubles
Deceased came to this country at the age of 21 and was married to Miss Emily Wilbur in 1888. they made their home in Chicago for a number of years, coming to Marysville about eighteen years ago. He followed the business of painting and paperhanging until about four months ago when he retired and moved to Seattle
He was the father of five children, four of whom are now living, namely; Mrs Emma Kruse, Charles W. Anderson, Edward Warren Anderson, and Maud L. Anderson, all of Seattle. Besides these he leaves to mourn his death the faithful wife and two grandchildren, two brothers in Chicago, one in Sweden and a sister in Switzerland.
The remains were brought to Marysville Tuesday by Undertaker C. H. Schaefer, and the funeral was held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Baptist church, Rev. C. E. Sanders officiating. The Odd Fellows of which lodge he was a member, conducted their ceremony at the grave. Deceased was also a member of the Foresters. There was a large attendance at the funeral, several of the mills shutting down in the afternoon to enable the workers to do honor to the departed.

Volume XXVI Number 37 Friday, September 27, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Joseph A. Sloan in Race for Congress
Marysville Schools in Essay Contest
Red Cross Activities
The Fourth Liberty Loan Bond Campaign
Tulalip Indian Fair

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
birth Kruse, son Local and Personal: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Kruse of Seattle Friday, Sept. 20, a son; weight 7 pounds. Mother and child both doing well.
death Colb, Matt Obituary: Died -- on Friday, Sept. 20, 1917 (sic) Matt Colb, at the Everett Hospital of appendicitis, aged 48 years. Deceased had been a resident of Marysville and vicinity for 18 years, and worked as a lumberman, most recently at the Everett Logging Co.'s camp on the reservation. He was a native of Finland, and never married. The funeral was held from the Marysville Undertaking parlors, Rev. C. D. Erb officiated. In the absence of any relatives, John Erickson acted as the nearest friend of the deceased.
death Crittenden, Helen M. Notice: estate of Helen M. Crittenden, deceased... first publication 20 Sep 1918... Marion Crittenden administrator
death Gray, Orpha Smith Local and Personal: Mrs. Nellie D. Summers and daughter, Miss Vera Sinclair, were up from Tacoma yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Orpha Smith Gray, who died Sunday at the sanitarium at Snohomish. A more extended notice will be given next week.


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