MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

April 1918

Volume XXVII Number 12 Friday, April 5, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Big Liberty Meeting
Employment Service for Farm Workers
Honor Period, Third Liberty Loan, April 6th and 13th
Local and Personal
Marysville-Tulalip Road Improvement
Only one more Week to But Piano ticket
Red Cross Doings
Roll of Honor

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident child Robinson, son Stimson's Crossing: Mrs. A. J. Robinson is staying at an Everett hospital this week with her little son, who met with a painful accident one day last week while playing with a knife cutting one of his eyes quite badly.
disease smallpox Local and Personal: A few cases of a mild type of smallpox have developed throughout the city the past two weeks. Several houses are quarantined.
divorce Cummings, Dellar and Evans Summons: Dellar Cummings, Plaintiff, vs. Evans Cummings, Defendant... divorce..abandoment and non support...29 Mar 1918
divorce Sears, Kari and David W. Summons: Kari Sears, Plaintiff, vs. David W. Sears, Defendant...abandonment and non support...29 Mar 1918
move Zabel, Frank Mrs. Local and Personal: Mrs. Frank Zabel leaves Saturday morning for Spokane to join her hsuband. They will make their home there for an indefinite time.

Volume XXVII Number 13 Friday, April 12, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Conserve Garden Seed, Says County Agr'l Agent Farr
Flour and Bread Rations Authorized by the U.S. Food Administration
High School Notes
Interesting Letter From Dee Barnhart
Liberty Bond Sales Mounting Rapidly
Prices of Woolen Yarn
Red Cross Doings
Roll of Honor
Tax Slackers Are to be Prosecuted

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
death Notice Notice: estate of Loulla Brent, deceased. Bertrand Brent administrator, publication 12 Apr 1918
marriage Waldron, Eli and Scripter , Minnie D. Local and Personal: Eli Waldron of this city and Minnie D. Scripter of Pueblo, Colo., were married Tuesday morning by Judge F. G. Merrick.

Volume XXVII Number 14 Friday, April 19, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville
HEADLINES
City Garbage Dump at Last Provided
Don't Show Bad Taste by Criticising Government
Germany Also Has Some Profiteering
Letters from Boys to Comfort League
Marysville Goes "Over the Top" for Third Liberty Loan
Order Issued Restricting Shipment of Mail Parcels
Piano Raffle Nets Red Cross $187.25
Potatoes No Longer a Flour Substitute
Red Cross Doings
Roll of Honor
Silent Policemen Gets Another Jolt

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident auto Danner, O. N. Local and Personal: Word has been received from Wenatchee that O. N. Danner, a Marysville man, who left a month ago to take charge of a fruit ranch which his son had to leave when called into the service, was run over by an auto west of Wenatchee and suffered a broken leg. The same leg had been broken before. Mr. Danner has two sons in the service.
accident wood Pownall, L.T. Local and Personal: L. T. Pownall had the misfortune to have a rib fractured last Saturday while working at the mill.
birth Hansen, son Kellogg Marsh: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen, Feb 11, a son.
birthday Marks, Grandma Local and Personal: Grandma Marks, mother of Mrs. Claud Irwin, celebrated her 83rd birthday at the home of her daughter on Thursday last. A very enjoyable afternoon was spent with old neighbors and friends.
birthday Wright, Wm. Local and Personal: Wm. Wright, a civil war veteran, passed his eightieth milestone Thursday. He says none of his old company and very few of his old regiment from Wisconsin are left.
death Cain, Irwin Local and Personal: A report was current that Irwin Cain had died of pneumonia at a hospital in Virginia but we are pleased to be able to state that it was false. He was down with pneumonia, but is recovering. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cain of this city.
death Smith, Marcia Local and Personal: Miss Marcia Smith, a teacher of the 7th grade was called to her home at Harvey in the eastern part of the state on account of the death of her brother.
wooden cop SILENT POLICEMAN GETS ANOTHER JOLT
At about 10:30 Tuesday evening a southbound auto turned too short at our principal corner and paralzyed our silent policeman smashing his headlight and leaving him in a dilapidated condition. The driver was either going pretty fast or became excited, because he collided with the telephone pole at the far corner after his mix-up with the silent sentinel. From the cars on the pole one would judge that the car must have sustained no little damage.

Volume XXVII Number 14 Friday, April 26, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Automatic "Wartime" Economy Thresher
Eighteen Men Called From District No. 2
Federal Employment Office at Everett
Get Coal Now, Says Fuel Administrator
High School Notes
Manual Training to Be Decided by Vote
Red Cross Doings
Sale of War Saving and Thrift Stamps
The War, The Farm and the Farmer

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
crime espionage Herman, Emil Local and Personal: Emil Herman, secretary of the socialist party of the state, was bound over by U. S. Commissioner Mansfield yesterday at Everett to the federal grand jury to answer a charge of violating the espionage act. His fail was fixed at $25,000.


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