MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

March 1918

Volume XXVII Number 7 Friday, March 1, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Bittersweet - by Fannie Hurst
High School Notes
Meet to Boost the Lutheran War Fund
Odd Fellows Came Back with the Bacon
Piano to be Raffled for Red Cross Benefit
Red Cross Doings
Roll of Honor
Some Figures on the Y.M.C.A Campaign
Sun Sprouted Seed Potatoes Will Bring Early Crop
Use More Potatoes; Cheapest of Foods
War Savings Stamp Sales Exceed Savings Bank Gains
War Savings Stamps Advertised in Globe

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birth Baker, son Dr. and Mrs. M. V. Baker, of Kelso Wash., formerly of Marysville, report the arrival of a son.

Volume XXVII Number 8 Friday, March 8, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Ebey Lodge Entertains Granite Falls Visitors
Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary
Final Entertainment in the Marysville Lyceum Course
High School Notes
Jeffery Hilton Reflected School Director Saturday
Leg Crushed Under Empty Auto Truck
Lloyd Morgan Buys Marysville Theatre
Obituary
Red Cross Doings
Reservation Indians Give Benefit Basket Social
Roll of Honor
Secretary of Agriculture Makes Appeal to Farmers
Shingle Industry Badly Handicapped

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accident auto Delano, Reece LEG CRUSHED UNDER AUTO TRUCK
Reece Delano, Secretary of the Marysville Mfg. Co., was the victim of an unfortunate accident at about 5:15 Wednesday afternoon when he had his left knee badly bruised by being run over by an empty auto truck. Mr. Delano was riding with John Hilton on J. D. Robinson's Truck when he stepped off as it was slowing up near his home on the corner of State and Fourth. In some manner he missed his footing and his leg slipped under the truck, the rear wheel passing over it slantingly over the calf and the thick part of the knee joint. He was carried to the Crain home and Dr. Munn was there within a few minutes. A careful examination disclosed no bones broken, although very painful lacerations on account of the cement pavement.
anniversary 50th Stahl, Joseph C. Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Stahl observed their fiftieth wedding anniversary, Sunday, 3 Mar at their home on Fifth street having been married in Algona Ia, 3 Mar 1868. Those helping them celebrate the occasion were immediate relatives: Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Conrad and family, Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Stahl and sons, Mrs. Mary Stahl, Mrs Harriet Tallman, and Mr and Mrs. R. E. Davidson. Although this was the smallest for years of our family gatherings. John, the eldest son being in Alaska, another son in California, and Lorenzo and wife and son in Centralia being unable to attend on account of bad roads, the day was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present. Thos not feeling capable of telling jokes on the bride and groom did their part by encouraging the older ones present.
Only the thot (sic) of being our parents' fiftieth anniversary justified us in going so strong against Mr. Hoover's suggestions in the dining room.
death Kirkby, Martha Obituary: Mrs. Martha Kirkby was born in Meigs County, OH, 23 Oct 1849, and died in her home at Sunnyside, 3 Mar 1918, age 68 years, 4 months and 8 days.
At the age of 17 years she removed from Ohio to Minnesota, where she lived for 17 years. There, 11 Dec 1877, she was united in marriage with John Kirkby. Seventeen years ago they came to Washington and have resided continuously near Marysville. Mr. Kirkby passed away 4 years ago.
At 14 years of age she joined the Christian church. After marriage she joined the Methodist church, of which she has been a consistent member. Altho her health did not permit her to take active work in the church, she has lived a devoted christian life, her every thought seeming to be for others before self. She was a loving mother and devoted wife. Her last days have been full of pain, but with all there has been a spirit of patience and resignation in waiting until her 'change should come.'
She leaves to mourn her death one daughter, Mrs. Lula Wolcott of Sunnyside, two brothers and one sister in Ohio, one sister in Kentucky and a host of other relatives and friends in the east.

Volume XXVII Number 9 Friday, March 15, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Airplane Service Requires Large Force of Extra Men
Herbman's Lecture Ends Lyceum Course
High School Notes
Louis F. Weaver Now Somewhere in France
Marysville Women Teachers Give Pal
Notice To Theater Goers
Plans to Increase Production of Food
Red Cross Doings
Roll of Honor
Smileage Books to Broaden-The-Smile
St. Patricks Ball

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death Sather, Castbert Severin Notice: estate of Castberg Severin Sather ...first publication 6 Mar 1918...Carl Johan Sather Administrator

Volume XXVII Number 10 Friday, March 22, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
A Marysville Boy's Experience in Texas
Basketball Girls Win at Anacortes
Daylight-Saving to Begin 31st of March
Fifty-Fifty Basis on Wheat Substitutes
High School Notes
Liberty Meetings Drawing Big Crowds
Non-Laying Hens and Pullets May be Sold
Potato Congress to Meet in Seattle
Roll of Honor
Teachers Selected for Coming Year

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birth Sarrett, daughter Kruse: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Sarrett, a new daughter.
birth Wilds, daughter Stimson's Crossing: Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilds of Richmond Beach announce the birth of a daughter March 10th. Mrs. Wilds was formerly Miss Clara Clark of this place
marriage Buchanan, Willamina Local and Personal: Miss Willamina Buchanan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Buchanan, was married Friday, March 8, at 3 o'clock at her home north of Marysville to Mr. Jack Nard of Jacksonville, Ind., by Rev. C. E. Sanders. Miss Isabel Buchanan, sister of the bride was maid of honor. After the ceremony a dainty luncheon was served after which the happy couple left for Seattle, their future home. The bride was dressed in a blue satin dress, with a hat to match. It was a quiet wedding on account of Mrs. Buchanan being sick.

Volume XXVII Number 11 Friday, March 29, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
$11,000,,000,000 of War-Risk Insurance
Catch Moles and Buy Thrift Stamps
Chance to Join Naval Auxiliary Reserve
High School Notes
Liberty Meetings Growing in Fervor
Marysville-Getchell Granite Falls Road
Red Cross Doings
Roll of Honor
Smileage Books' Use is Greatly Extended
Step-With-Pep Club to Give Jazz Dance
Use Potatoes; Then Use More Potatoes
War Bread From Potatoes

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marriage Oftebro, Gus Kellogg Marsh: Word has been received that Gus Oftebro was married Mar. 10 in Chicago, Ill.
move Erickson, Wm. Kellogg Marsh: a farewell party was given on Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. Erickson last Saturday night. The evening was spent by playing cards and supper was served at a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson, were presented a beautiful piece of silver. Their new home will be east of the mountain.
move Gehlhaar, Carl A. Local and Personal: Carl A. Gehlhaar, formerly a meat dealer in Marysville, has sold his market in Bremerton and is on his way to Milwaukee, his health having failed. He stopped a day in Marysville greeting old friends.


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