Marysville Globe
Marysville Washington

JULY 1912

Volume 21 Number 22 Friday, July 5, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Celebration a Monster Success
Prizewinners
Blaine Trims Marysville 14 to 5
Marysville Takes First Game 2 to 0
Cost and Method of Clearing Logged off Land
University Party May Have Been First to Reach Summitt

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident - mill Stuart, Bert
Local and Personal - Bert Stuart, who is employed at Plont's mill, had the misfortune to cut his fingers quite badly one day last week.
of interest
University Party May Have Been First to Reach Summit
Three professors and three students of the U of W returned last week to Seattle after spending several days in the Olympic mountains during which they climbed the south peak of "The Brothers" the two highest peaks seen across the bay far to the west on a clear day. they believe they constitute the first party that ever made the ascent of the south peak. The party consisted of Prof. W. M. Dehn, Prof. O. P. Cockerill, Dr. H. L. Trumbull, E. D. Goldsmith, W. H. Fish and I. L. Collier. The climb was made Bunker Hill Day, June 17. The south peak is 130 feet higher than the north peak and is much more difficult to ascent. The members of the party were unable to find any trace of any past exploration. A cairn was built in a tin box containing the record of the expedition, together with an aluminum cup carved with the names of the party, was deposited.

Volume 21 Number 23 Friday, July 12, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Celebration a Monster Success
Missing headlines

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
born Pease, baby
Local and Personal - Harry Pease and wife of Mukilteo are the proud parents of a baby born on July 5th.
born Regan, baby boy
Local and Personal - Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regan on July 9th a baby boy.
born Vogal, daughter
Local and Personal - Born to Joe Vogal and wife on Muly 5th a baby girl.
death Bryan, Chester
Local and Personal - Mr. Chester Bryan died at Snohomish July 10th and the funeral will be held Sunday morning at ten o'clock in the Eagles hall at that place and the remains will be shipped for burial in this city at three o'clock. Mr. Bryan was a former merchant of this place.
school
Local and Personal - The following pupils have successfully passed the eighth grade examination and can have their diplomas by calling on Mr. Steve Saunders. Edith Nutter, Annice Sutherland, Will Morgan, Angus Smith, Edna Doan, Carl Bartlett, Bartean Crosswhite, Delton Allan, Thomas McCann, Edna Schumacher, Richard Quast, Chester Daniels, Vernon Murphy, Burton Hickok and Lawrens Heider. Edith Nutter stands at the head of the class with the highest number of credits with Annice Sutherland's close second.

Volume 21 Number 24 Friday, July 19, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Deckhand on Tug Boat is Victim of River
Good Roads Convention
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatton Celebrate Gold Wedding
Report of the Fourth of July Committee
Obituary - Pickel
Fireman Kills Boy with Piece of Coal
Marysville Wins From Everett Clerks

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident Moen, Lenas
Local and Personal - Lenas Moen, of Norumtown, who has been employed by the Coast Fish Company of Anacortes, had both of this thumbs badly smashed by a 5,000 pound pile driver hammer one day last week. He is spending a few weeks at home while the injured members heal.
accident Oftebro, Henry
Getchell Road Items - Henry Oftebro had the misfortune to smash his toes one day this week, letting the wheel of the mower fall on them.
anniversary Hatton, J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatton Celebrate Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatton, of this city, celebrated their Golden Wedding in Wednesday, July 17th, at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Dr. Stryker, of Everett, this being the second wedding of this kind ever held in Snohomish County. Their nine children, residing all the way from Boston to Alaska, were all present, and it is needless to say that the occasion was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Hatton were the recipients of many beautiful presents, beside $565 in gold. The impromptu speech by Mr. Hatton was one of great interest. He stated that when they were married fifty years ago in Ohio they drove to the preacher's house with an ox team, while Wednesday they were whizzed to Everett in a fine auto. There was a banquet and the day passed all too quickly. The following were present: F. E. Hatton and wife of Butte MT and son C. K. of the same place. Mr. Hatton is a Ry. Conductor on the C. M. & S. P. and son is gaggeman (?) on the same division. C. W. Hatton of Pueblo CO, Mrs. C. W. Smith of N. Yakima, Mrs. H. C. Hosch of Seattle, Dr. and Mrs. Stryker, Mr. and Mrs. Hackman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bushell Jr. of Ketchikan AK and Mrs. C. F. Knowlton of Boston, whose husband is chief engineer of city with a salary of $5000 per year and W. H. Hatton.
death Hansen, Earnest G.
Tompson, Chris
Fireman Kills Boy With Piece of Coal
The funeral of Earnest G. Hansen, the 16 years old grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tompson of Marysville was held last Sunday afternoon from the undertaking parlor. Earnest was killed while riding on a passenger train near Wenatchee. The fireman of the train attempted to put him off and struck him on the head with a piece of coal, killing him instantly. The fireman has been arrested and charged with murder by the coroner's jury. A large number of his friends and relatives attended the services. Rev. J. L. Magoon preached the funeral sermon. Interment was made in the Odd Fellows Cemetery.
death Pickle, John
Obituary - Pickel
Mr. John Pickle a well known business man of Marysville died at his home at Edgecomb on Monday morning July 15th. Death came as a relief from sickness and suffering covering a period of several years. For two days preceding his death he was fully conscious that the end was near, and awaited death calmly, surround by his family. Mr. Pickel (sic) leaves a wife and seven children, four sons and three daughters all of whom are known in Marysville. He was a man much loved by his friends and neighbors and will be missed by all. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon at 9:30 from the Edgecomb's home. Rev. J. L. Magoos officiated. Many friends of the family were present and formed a procession that followed the remains to the Arlington Cemetery where internment was made.
death - drowning Prong, Harry
Deckhand on Tug Boat is Victim of River
Harry Prong, a deckhand on the tugboat C. B. Smith, fell overboard and was drowned in the Snohomish river Tuesday evening. A tow of logs was being tied up at the McMaster mill at Marysville water front, when Prong lost his balance and went over into the stream. A boat was immediately lowered to pick him up when he came to the surface but he did not re appear and the crew of the tug believe he must have struck his head and became insensible. A thorough search was made but the young man's body could not be found and the tug proceeded and reported the accident to the office of Everett Tug and Barge company which notified the police and the coroner. Deputy Coroner Jerread went to the scene to attempt to recover the body but at a late hour had not succeeded. The deceased was about 21 years of age and resided with his family at 3222 Kromer Ave. The body was found on Wednesday morning and was sent to Everett for burial. It is reported here that when the owner of the boat C. B. Smith was appraised of the accident, his first words were "When will the tides be right for another tow.: It seems almost impossible that the race for the elusive dollar would so callous a man's soul that he would put a half days work before the value of a fellow being's life. Young Prong had been in the employ of the company for seven months and was a faithful worker.

Volume 21 Number 25 Friday, July 26, 1912
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Big Time At Grocer's Picnic
Grand Theatre
Popular Divine Coming
Baseball Notes
School Notes
Plan Celebration On Labor Day
Good Roads Convention Held at Marysville
See The Golden West
Boost for Dee McRae
Man Killed by Train Near Lakewood

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident Moen, Lenas
Local and Personal - Lenas Moen, of Norumtown, who has been employed by the Coast Fish Company of Anacortes, had both of this thumbs badly smashed by a 5,000 pound pile driver hammer one day last week. He is spending a few weeks at home while the injured members heal.
accident Oftebro, Henry
Getchell Road Items - Henry Oftebro had the misfortune to smash his toes one day this week, letting the wheel of the mower fall on them.
anniversary Hatton, J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatton Celebrate Golden Wedding
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hatton, of this city, celebrated their Golden Wedding in Wednesday, July 17th, at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Dr. Stryker, of Everett, this being the second wedding of this kind ever held in Snohomish County. Their nine children, residing all the way from Boston to Alaska, were all present, and it is needless to say that the occasion was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Hatton were the recipients of many beautiful presents, beside $565 in gold. The impromptu speech by Mr. Hatton was one of great interest. He stated that when they were married fifty years ago in Ohio they drove to the preacher's house with an ox team, while Wednesday they were whizzed to Everett in a fine auto. There was a banquet and the day passed all too quickly. The following were present: F. E. Hatton and wife of Butte MT and son C. K. of the same place. Mr. Hatton is a Ry. Conductor on the C. M. & S. P. and son is gaggeman (?) on the same division. C. W. Hatton of Pueblo CO, Mrs. C. W. Smith of N. Yakima, Mrs. H. C. Hosch of Seattle, Dr. and Mrs. Stryker, Mr. and Mrs. Hackman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bushell Jr. of Ketchikan AK and Mrs. C. F. Knowlton of Boston, whose husband is chief engineer of city with a salary of $5000 per year and W. H. Hatton.
death Hansen, Earnest G.
Tompson, Chris
Fireman Kills Boy With Piece of Coal
The funeral of Earnest G. Hansen, the 16 years old grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tompson of Marysville was held last Sunday afternoon from the undertaking parlor. Earnest was killed while riding on a passenger train near Wenatchee. The fireman of the train attempted to put him off and struck him on the head with a piece of coal, killing him instantly. The fireman has been arrested and charged with murder by the coroner's jury. A large number of his friends and relatives attended the services. Rev. J. L. Magoon preached the funeral sermon. Interment was made in the Odd Fellows Cemetery.
death Pickle, John
Obituary - Pickel
Mr. John Pickle a well known business man of Marysville died at his home at Edgecomb on Monday morning July 15th. Death came as a relief from sickness and suffering covering a period of several years. For two days preceding his death he was fully conscious that the end was near, and awaited death calmly, surround by his family. Mr. Pickel (sic) leaves a wife and seven children, four sons and three daughters all of whom are known in Marysville. He was a man much loved by his friends and neighbors and will be missed by all. The funeral was held on Wednesday afternoon at 9:30 from the Edgecomb's home. Rev. J. L. Magoos officiated. Many friends of the family were present and formed a procession that followed the remains to the Arlington Cemetery where internment was made.
death - drowning Prong, Harry
Deckhand on Tug Boat is Victim of River
Harry Prong, a deckhand on the tugboat C. B. Smith, fell overboard and was drowned in the Snohomish river Tuesday evening. A tow of logs was being tied up at the McMaster mill at Marysville water front, when Prong lost his balance and went over into the stream. A boat was immediately lowered to pick him up when he came to the surface but he did not re appear and the crew of the tug believe he must have struck his head and became insensible. A thorough search was made but the young man's body could not be found and the tug proceeded and reported the accident to the office of Everett Tug and Barge company which notified the police and the coroner. Deputy Coroner Jerread went to the scene to attempt to recover the body but at a late hour had not succeeded. The deceased was about 21 years of age and resided with his family at 3222 Kromer Ave. The body was found on Wednesday morning and was sent to Everett for burial. It is reported here that when the owner of the boat C. B. Smith was appraised of the accident, his first words were "When will the tides be right for another tow.: It seems almost impossible that the race for the elusive dollar would so callous a man's soul that he would put a half days work before the value of a fellow being's life. Young Prong had been in the employ of the company for seven months and was a faithful worker.
accident Allen, Delton
Local and Personal - Delton Allen, who had started to learn the printing trade at the Globe office, had the misfortune to get his fingers on the left hand quite badly smashed last Thursday in the job press.
accident - auto Stahl, Lyle
Local and Personal - Lyle Stahl had his foot quite badly sprained one day this week when he collided with another fellow on a motorcycle.
anniversary Bushell, Richard
Local and Personal - Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bushcell Jr., of Ketchikan AK came down to attend the Golden Wedding of her parents, J. Hatton and wife. Richard is Editor of the Dailey Miner at that place and recently purchased a type setting machine. Paul Stauhope formerly of this city, is employed in the Miner, and is learning to operate the machine.
death - train unknown man
Man Killed by Train Near Lakewood
Friday morning Undertaker Schaefer went to Lakewood and brought back the remains of a man who had been run over by a Northbound G. N. train some time Thursday night. The man was mangled beyond recognition, his head having been run over by the wheels, and then he had been dropped considerable distance along the ties. The body was found about a quarter of a mile north of the station. A number of letters addressed to H. Godwin Edmonton, Alberta Canada, were found in his pockets also a gold watch and chain and a number of photographs. A quarantine paper showing that he had left London England June 1911 was also found. An effort will be made to locate some of his people.

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