Marysville Globe
Marysville Washington

AUGUST 1912

Volume 21 Number 26 Friday, August 2, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

Missing Newspaper

Volume 21 Number 27 Friday, August 9, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

Missing Newspaper

Volume 21 Number 28 Friday, August 16, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Improvement Club for Marysville
Mason - Triber
Marysville, Sidetracked
Barbecue for Labor Day
Native Sons of Seattle Coming
Getchell Road Items
First Baptist Church
$25.00 Reward
Marysville Claims The Championship
Love Ye One Another
Mother

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
marriage Triber, Earl
Mason, Merrel
Mason - Triber
On Wednesday, Aug. 14 occurred the marriage of Miss Merrel Mason to Earl Triber, at the home of Rev. Randall in Everett. Mr. Triber is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Triber of this city, and is a most worthly and industrious young man. He has been in the butcher and stock buying business for sometime, and is at present in the employ of G. O. Hawley, the butcher. Miss Mason is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mason of Silvana and has many friend in Marysville as well as her home town. After a short honeymoon in Seattle and Tacoma, the young couple will be at home to their friends near the corner of Second and State, after Sept. 1. They Globe unites with their many friends in wishing the young couple a long and happy life.
move Blair, E. H.
Local and Personal - Mrs. E. H. Blair and children are visiting at the M. M. Schumacher home and among their many other friends. Mr. Blair is still at Fresno CA, where the family have resided since they left Marysville two years ago. He expects to join his family soon at Tacoma where he is going into business.
of interest
Marysville, Sidetracked.
Do the good people of Marysville realize that our town has been sidetracked in the good road meeting at Monroe, and that the proposed cement hard surfaced road is not coming into our town, but within a mile and a half of the town on the Everett road, branching off at McDonalds corner, and going through Kellogg Marsh to Arlington? Such is the case. We all are in favor of good permanent highways, there could be no better asset to Snohomish County, but why are we left off this main trunk line, one of the most important towns, and to be made conspicuous by our absence, among the towns of our county, such as Arlington, Silvana, Stanwood, Edgecomb, Sisco, Hartford, Granite Falls, Everett, Snohomish, Monroe, Lowell, Edmonds, Catheart, Sultan, Startup, and down to the KIng county line, has it been a lack of interest or don't we need it? (the first paragraphy of a two column article about the issue of road construction... it was interesting to see what towns no longer exist....)

Volume 21 Number 29 Friday, August 23, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

Marysville Defeats the Native Sons
Communicated
A Bridal Shower
First Baptist Church
Matts Wants to Talk Again
School Districts Consolidate
$25.00 Reward
Beaman Scott Nuptials
Getchell Road Items
Marysville Defeats the Native Sons
Communicated
A Bridal Shower
Matts Wants to Talk Again
School Districts Consolidate
$25.00 Reward
Beaman Scott Nuptials
Mrs. Frances Smith
Getchell Road Items

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
born Myers, baby girl
Local and Personal - Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Myers of Thursday Aug. 22, a baby girl.
letter to the editor - coronor Schaefer, C. H.
Communicated
Editor Globe. Dear Sir; I wish to state through the column of the Globe that I am not, and never have been, in favor of the undertaker holding the office of County Coroner, for the simple reason that the Coroner should be able to positively determine the cause of death, and this the undertaker is not always capable of doing for this reason alone there should be a practicing physician in this office. Our present Coroner Dr. Wm D. Smith has conducted the office in an economical maner (sic) in the past two years, and have given the County Undertakers a fair deal. And I hope that the voters will give him their support at the up coming Primaries. 10 Sep 1912
marriage Beaman, Bertha
Scott, Percy
Beaman Scott Nuptials
At 7 o'clock Tuesday morning Mr. Percy Scott and Miss Bertha Beaman were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents. The couple were attended by Miss Manie Conmey of Sedro Woolley and Mr. Claud Beaman, a brother of the bride. The bridal party stood beneath a canopy of ferns and flowers. The bride was beautifully gowned in cream messaline. The brides maid was tastefully attired in cream voile. Only the immediate relatives of the families were present. The Rev. Paul H. Ashby of the Methodist Episcopal church officiated. After the ceremony the guests were escorted into the dining room where roses and vines formed the decorations, and served with a bounteous breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. Scott departed by automobile for Tacoma where they will make their home.
marriage Scott, Percy
Beaman, Bertha
Beaman Scott Nuptials
At 7 o'clock Tuesday morning Mr. Percy Scott and Miss Bertha Beaman were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents. The couple were attended by Miss Mamie Commey of Sedro Woolley and Mr. Claud Beaman, brother of the bride. The bridal party stood beneath a canopy of ferns and flowers. The bride was beautifully gowned in cream messaline. The brides maid was tastefully attired in cream voile. Only the immediate relatives of the families were present. The Rev. Paul H. Ashby of the Methodist Episcopal church officiated. After the ceremony the guests were escorted into the dining room where roses and vines formed the decorations and served with a bounteous breakfast. Mr. and Mrs. Scott departed by automobile for Tacoma where they will make their home.
move McKenzie, Roy
Local and Personal - Roy McKenzie, a former resident of this city but now of Bellingham, is renewing old acquaintances here this week.

Volume 21 Number 30 Friday, August 30, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES

School Opens Tuesday Sept. 3
Labor Sunday Service in the Methodist Episcopal Church
Marysville High to Have Good Football Team
$25.00 Reward
High Dive
Two Championship Baseball Games
Bicycle Rider Runs Over Baby.
Yeomen
New Doctor Comes to Town
The Comedy Drama
Bowman - Stuth
All Ready for Labor Day Fun
Burglars Visit Marysville Again
Lots of Office Seekers

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - bicycle Rhode, Fritz
Bicycle Rider Runs Over Baby
Last Saturday, while Fritz Rode was riding down Beech Street, he accidentally ran over the little 17 month old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Argle, who with some other small children was playing along the sidewalk. The little one badly hurt as the pedal caught in her clothes and before Fritze could stop the wheel, she was dragged a considerable distance. Her head was bruised and an ugly wound was made in the ab.... careful nursing and skilled medical attendance will do wonders, and at present the little one is on the road to recovery.
crime
Burglars Visit Marysville Again
The burglars seem to think Marysville is ripe for the harvest and as usual, the Turner Hardware Co., next to the Postoffice was one to receive a visit. Thursday night a back window was taken out with a knife and a Remington rifle, some razors and almost a dozen knives were stolen. The same evening the Co-Operative store was entered and $1.10, all that was in the cash register, was taken. The Smith & Asbery Hardware store was also visited but the Burglar alarm, must have frightened them away. An attempt was also made to enter the Marysville Hotel. A few days ago the home of Levi Nelson, on upper Cedar street was visited and about $10 was taken from the house. Mrs. Nelson had been out of the house but a short time and upon returning heard a slight noise in the house. Going around to the back she found where the burglar had made his exit.
marriage Bowman, Mable
Stuth, Frank
Bowman - Stuth
Last Friday occurred the marriage of Miss Mable Bowman to Mr. Frank Stuth, Rev. Randall of Everett, performing the ceremony. Both the young people are well known in this city, Mrs. Stuth being the daughter of Mrs. H. Bowman, and for some time assistant telephone operation to her sister Anna at the Independent Telephone Office. Mr. Stuth is the eldest son of Mrs. Mary E. Steele, and is an industrious and most worthy young man. At present he holds a position with the Jamison Shingle Co., of Everett. The Globe wishes to join the large number of friends of the contracting parties in wishing them a prosperous and happy wedded life.

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