Marysville Globe
Marysville Washington

December 1912

Volume 21 Number 44 Friday, December 6, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
The New Mill Is Now Assured
Bank Statement
Christmas Ball
Shingle Weavers Doing It Again
School Meeting Held In Everett
Citizens Ticket Unanimously Elected
L.S. Club
House Warming

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Event
fire Molly's Hotel
Molly's Hotel came near going up in smoke one day this week. Some of the men had left their clothing near the fire to dry, and they caught fire. Before the flames were discovered they had made considerable headway but quick work on the part of the hotel force soon put out the fire.
marriage Sprague, Mamie
Jones, Frank
Word has been received of the marriage of Miss Mamie Sprague to Mr. Frank Jones of Port Townsend.
of interest Lickey, Edward
Mr. Edward Lickey is the guest of his cousins C. H. Schaefer and Mrs. F. L. Bartlett. Mr. Lickey is an air-brake inspector on the Michigan Lakeshore and Southern Ry., with head quarters in Cleveland OH and has the distinction of being the tallest man in Marysville at the present time. His height is 6 feet 7 inches. while Everett Ohse, the next tallest man is only 6 feet 5 inches. Mr. Lickey will spend sometime here and will accompany his mother back east.

Volume 21 Number 45 Friday, December 12, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Special Attraction Coming Soon
Christmas Ball
Work on School Grounds
Myron Randall - Dead
Sad Death of Val Sinclair
L. S. Club
Cards of Thanks
W.C.T.U. Meetings
Charles Fowler Passes Away
He Advertized - at last
Berry Bushes - Arrived
Paroled Prisoners

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Event
death Fowler, Charles
Charles Fowler Passes Away
Chas. Fowler, an old resident of Marysville died at the Everett Hospital on Monday Dec. ?th at 11 pm after an illness of about a year of tuberculosis. He was born in Baltimore MD in 1869 and came to the coast in 1889 and has resided in Marysville ever since, with the exception of a year or two. The surviving relatives are T. G. Fowler, of Seattle, John Fowler of Alaska. Mrs. Mae Davis, of Ranier OR and two nephews, Ray and James Fowler. Chas. Fowler was known as a very generous man and had many friends in Marysville. The funeral was held at the Congregational Church on Thursday at 2:00 pm. Rev. Richard Bushell, of Seattle, preaching the funeral sermon. The local Forester Lodge of which he was a member, attended in a body. There was also a delegation of Eagles from Everett. Mr. Fowler having been a member of that order. The floral offerings of which there were many, were very beautiful. The remains were laid to rest in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Undertaker C. H. Schaefer having charge of the burial
death Fowler, Charles
Local and Personal - Among those from out of town who attended the funeral of Chas. Fowler on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Davis of Ranier OR, Mr. T. G. Fowler of Seattle and Mr. James Fowler of Tolt.
death Randall, Myron
Myron Randall - Dead
Myron Randall, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Randall, died in Grenada MI last Friday of brain fever. Mr. Randall is now on his way with the body.
death Sinclair, Val
Sad Death of Val Sinclair
Val Sinclair whose death occurred in the Providence Hospital Sunday Dec. 8th was buried Wednesday afternoon. The funeral was held in the Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. Ashby delivered the eulogy and Rev. Thurston led the prayer. The music was furnished by the Y.W.C.T.U. of which organization Mrs. Summers is leader. Young men from the Methodist Sunday School were pallbearers. The church was crowded being obliged to stand during the services. The teachers and students of the high school sat in a body, as did the Royal Neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Summers and their family have the sympathy of the town in this their time of sorrow. Val Sinclair was born 3 Aug 1897 in Marysville WA died Sunday 8 Dec 1912 age 15 yrs 5 mos and 5 dys. He had spent all his life in Marysville with the exception of two years which he recently spent in California. Val was converted when 12 years of age and was a devoted Christian and a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He was a member of the Freshmen class of the M.H.S. and was popular with his classmates. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Summers, a sister, Miss Vera Sinclair, and three brothers, Will Sinclair and Richard and Maurice Summers.
death Sinclair, Val
Local and Personal - Among those from out of town who attended the funeral of Val Sinclair, last Wednesday, were Jno Robbins and wife of Monroe, Cash Robbins and wife, of Everett, Wm Robbins and wife, of Wenatchee, Herb Robbins of Portland, Seth Summers and wife of Bellingham, Bond Wells and wife, of Monroe, Idal Gilliland of Monroe, Alice Tartlow of Everett, and Wm. Sinclair of Santa Barbara CA

Volume 21 Number 46 Friday, December 20, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Anderson - Allan Nuptials
Football Boys Give Banquet
The Outlook for 1913
Funeral of Myron Randall
Christmas Program

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Event
death Randall, Myron
Funeral of Myron Randall
The funeral of Myron Ellsworth Randall was held from the Methodist Episcopal Church, Sunday afternoon. The church was crowded with friends who came to render their tribute of respect to the memory of the dead. Many floral tributes were also presented. The music was furnished by a double quartet composed of Prof. Wright and seven of Myron's schoolmates. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Ashby and Undertaker Schaefer had charge of the burial. Myron Ellsworth Randall was born at Rochester, Thurston Co. WA on 24 Feb 1895. In the spring of 1900 he came with his parents to Marysville where he began his school life. Graduating from the Public School, he entered High School in 1909 and continued his studies into his third year. Leaving Marysville last February, he started to work in the southern part of the state and later went East to Kansas, thence to Mississippi. After a short illness he succumbed to brain fever in Grenada MI on 5 Dec 1912. He leaves to mourn his loss, a father, mother, one brother and two sisters besides a number of other relatives and friends.
marriage Anderson, Edna Pauline
Allan, Gervais
Anderson - Allan Nuptials
A beautiful home wedding took place on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock 17 Dec 1912 at the residence of the bride on fourth street. Mr. Gervais E. Allan and Miss Edna Pauline Anderson were united in marriage Rev. Paul Ashby officiating. Mr. Gervais E. Allan, aged 20 years is the son of our fellow townsman, Hugh Allan, and is at present a chauffeur and located in Everett. Miss Edna Anderson, aged 17 years. Is the beautiful and charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich Anderson, of this city. After the ceremony, covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Ander Anderson, Grandfather and Grandmother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich Anderson, parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allan, parents of the groom, Masters Dalton and Leland Allan, brothers of the groom, Rev. Paul Ashby and John D. Field. After partaking of the bountiful feast, the bride and groom left on the 5 pm train for Everett, where they have a beautiful home already furnished and will at once enter into the mysteries of housekeeping. Long may they live and prosper, is the wish of their many friends.

Volume 21 Number 47 Friday, December 27, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Result of Myers' Doll Contest
A Difference of Opinion
Framers Institute January 3, 1912
Baseball
Improvements at the Star Theatre
The old Year and the New
Snohomish County Poultry Show
Coming to Marysville Associated Doctors

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Type Names
Event
marriage Daniels Nora
Brown, Arthur
Local and Personal - Miss Nora Daniels of Marysville, and Mr. Arthur Brown of Ferndale were married in Everett, Monday afternoon. The ceremony was pronounced by Rev. William E. Randall at his residence. The attendants wee Miss Hattie Daniels and Mr. Eli McCorkindale. The many Marysville friends of the young people will extend hearty good wishes.
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