MARYSVILLE GLOBE
The Official Newspaper for
Marysville WA

May 1918

Volume XXVII Number 16 Friday, May 3, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Everett Port Dist. to Include County
Junior Red Cross
Rays of Light in Shadows of Darkness
State Commission Go Over Our Local Water System
Swindlers' Trick to Rob the Soldiers
Tar and Feather a Nonpartisan Leaguer

EXTRACTED EVENTS

Type Names
Event
accident wood Powers, Pat Local and Personal: Pat Powers is home from Ebey logging camp with an injured back and hip caused by getting foul of a suddenly loosened rope.
illness Melang, Earl Local and Personal: We are sorry to report that Earl Melang, son of J. F. Melang of the Farmers' Supply Store is not improving from his kidney trouble, and the doctor holds out no hope of his recovery.

Volume XXVII Number 17 Friday, May 10, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
$50,850 in Liberty Loan Bonds Bought
A New Red Cross Drive on May 20
A Series of Rural Life Conferences
Concrete Ships to be Built in Everett
County Orphanage in Need of Funds
High School Notes
Newest Devices of Surgery for our Wounded Soldiers
Nicholas C. Healy Loses Life Flying
Obituary
Red Cross War Fund Drive Starts May 20
The Emblem of Human Mercy
The Red Cross Spirit Speaks

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crime Cooper, Jack Local and Personal: Jack Cooper was fined $25.00 and costs Monday by Judge Merrick for assault and battery on the person of a young man named Sims at one of the mills Saturday evening. While provocation was shown the Judge held that no individual has the right to take the law into his own hands.
crime McCawley, Jack Local and Personal: Jack McCawley was arrested and taken before Judge Merrick Monday charged with having Sunday evening disturbed the audience at the Marysville Theater by boisterous conduct. He was fined $10.00 and costs.
death Davis, Frank E. Obituary: Frank E. Davis was born in St. Clair County, Michigan, Oct 13, 1859, and died in the Everett Hospital, Everett, Wash., Mar. 4, 1886. To this union were born two daughters now residing in Michigan; Mrs. Lizzie Ullman of Alabaster, and Mrs. Laura Umphery of Detroit.
In 1900 Mr. Davis was again united in marriage to Miss Alice Stephens. They moved from Highwood, Mich. to Merritt, B. C. coming from British Columbia to Marysville where they have lived for the past four and one-half yrs. Three sons were born to them, one dying in infancy, Fred Arthur Davis and Amasa Ray Davis residing with their parents in Marysville, Wash.
Mr. Davis suffered greatly of cancer for several months prior to his death. He leaves to mourn his departure, a loved wife and two sons in Marysville, Wash., two daughters residing in Mich., and many friends and other relatives here and in the east.
The funeral was held from the Marysville Undertaking parlors, May 6th, 2 p.m.; Rev. C. E. Sanders, pastor of the M. E. church, officiating. Internment was made in the Marysville cemetery.
death Healy, Nicholas C. NICHOLAS C. HEALY LOSES LIFE FLYING
The death of Nicholas C. Healy in an accident at an Airplane school near LaJolla, at the San Diego aviation field last Friday afternoon comes pretty close to home, for the young man was born in Marysville twenty-three years ago, his mother being a sister of T. F. and J. J. Comeford of this place, who died when the boy was quite young. His father was N. C. Healy of the Cobb Healy Logging Co., logging for many years near here, and later located in Seattle in the lumber business where he died two years ago.
Nicholas Healey leaves one brother, John A. Healey, in Arlington logging camp, and four sisters, Mrs. George Purdy, Mrs. H. C. Berg and Mrs. Roger Smith, all of Seattle, and Mrs. Claire Henry of Los Angeles who brought her brother's body to Seattle for interment the funeral being held at 10 o'clock this morning. The deceased also had four cousins residing in Everett: Mrs. J. J. Doonan, J. K., C. A., and W. Healy:
Young Healey attended the University of Washington and later the State College at Pullman. He entered the Signal Corps last fall, after having filed an application for a commission as an aviator. He was sent almost immediately to the school of instruction at Berkeley and from there to the flying school at San Diego. He made rapid progress at the school and was declared qualified to fly alone. He was widely known and popular among his college friends at Pullman and in Seattle.
Healy's airplane fell in a spinning nose dive for 500 feet. A cadet with him sustained a broken ankle. (extraction note... two different surname spelling)
move Harrington, Orville Local and Personal: Mrs. Orville Harrington, who came over from her home near American Falls, Idaho, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jennie McCann, has been very ill, and her husband joined her a week ago. They were longtime residents of Marysville, leaving three years ago for Idaho, where they took up homestead claims.

Volume XXVII Number 18 Friday, May 17, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
A Longing
Cecil Bird Writes from Southampton
Everett Plans Big Red Cross Parade
Everett Port Dist. Changed Once More
High School Notes
Nearly $200 Raised for County Orphans
Red Cross Meeting on Monday Evening
Second Red Cross War Fund Campaign
Trains Change Time on Great Northern

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death McInnis, Daniel Local and Personal: Miss Margaret McInnis came over from Spokane Tuesday to attend the funeral of her brother Daniel, who died at the Providence Hospital, Seattle, of acute Brights disease. Mr. McInnis occupied an important position in the planning department at Bremerton Navy Yard, and was in apparently good health until a very short time before his death.
marriage Rayment, Lydia and Siebel, Clarence Local and Personal: Miss Lydia Rayment and Mr. Clarence Siebel, formerly of this town, were united in marriage at Port Angeles, May 8, 1918. the happy couple will make their home in Ramapo Wash., were Mr. Siebel is interested in the shingle business.

Volume XXVII Number 19 Friday, May 24, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Commencement Week at the Marysville High School
Decoration Day Service
Dish Towels and Dish Cloths Need at Once
From our soldiers and Sailor's "With the Colors".
Henry Steve Buys Registered Stock
Marysville's Honor Roll has 11 added
Red Cross Meeting Shows Enthusiasm
Red Cross Quota is More Than Doubled
Roll of Honor
Water Question Up in the Air Again

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death Larson, John C. Notice: Estate of John C. Larson... Lars Larson, Administrator...first publication 3 May 1918
death Murphy, Emma Obituary: Mrs. Emma Murphy, wife of Charles B. Murphy, was born in Willis County, Iowa, Jun 8, 1961, died at Pinehurst, Wash., May 21, 1918, at the age of 56 years 11 months and 13 days.
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy came to Marysville in 1883, settling on a homestead north of Marysville where they lived until 1910, when they moved to Pinehurst. Besides her husband there are three children living: Mrs. Wm. Body, Mrs. Sam Andrews, and one son, Joseph Murphy, two sons having died earlier. A host of friends at Marysville and Pinehurst will miss her, as she was an earnest worker in the Red Cross, as well as other patriotic work.
Funeral services were held from the Marysville Undertaking Parlors at 2 p.m., May 23, Rev. C. E. Sanders officiating. Interment was made in Odd Fellows cemetery.
death Ullin, John Olof Local and Personal: John Olof Ullin died Sunday at his home on Sixth street. Funeral services were held at the home here and in Seattle Wednesday. An obituary notice will be published next week.
moved Wright, S. E. Local and Personal: S. E. Wright resigned last week from his position in charge of lumber operations on the Tulalip reservation, and has taken a position in logging work at Renton, the family moving there this week.

Volume XXVII Number 20 Friday, May 31, 1918
Official Paper of Marysville

HEADLINES
Obituary
Odd Fellows Visit Arlington in Force
Registration Day June 5 For Young Men of 21
Roll of Honor
Running Carferries in English Channel
Tatham Brothers on W.S.C. Honor Roll
Town, County and Nation Over the Top
Use No More Wheat is Hoover's Appeal

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accident horse Clark, L. M. Local and Personal: A rather exciting runaway occurred Saturday noon. Mrs. L. M. Clark was starting out from the city market with her horse and buggy when one tug broke and the horse started to run, turning the Marysville Garage corner, and throwing Mrs. Clark and her 11-year-old daughter out against the garage as it took a sharp turn into the alley in the rear. Both were bruised on the face, and no very serious damage done to the rig.
death Ullin, John Olof Obituary: John Olof Ullin was born in Sweden Sept. 16, 1847 and departed from this life in Marysville, Wash., May 19, 1918, age 70 years, 8 months and 3 days.
He was united in marriage with Miss Anna Carlson, Oct. 15, 1870. To them were born sic children, three deceased, three surviving and living here and at Seattle.
Mr. Ullin came to Washington from Ludington, Michigan, in 1906. For several years he has made his home with one of his daughters, who has been a teacher in the public schools in Marysville, Wash.
Those left to mourn his departure are an invalid wife, Mrs. Anna Ullin, a son, Mr. Carl Ullin, residing in Seattle, Wash., a daughter, Mrs. Clara Crawford, residing in Seattle, and a daughter, Miss Anna Ullin, residing in Marysville. Also two grandchildren residing with their parents in Seattle.
funeral services were held from the Marysville Undertaking parlors at 10:30 a.m., May 22, 1918, Rev. C. E. Sanders officiating. Interment was made in Ballard cemetery, Seattle Wash
death Winehardt, Gustav Gustav Winehardt
Gustav Winehardt, a pioneer of Getchell, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Peter Johnson aged 88 years, 1 month, and 14 days. The funeral was held at the Marysville Undertaking parlors May 29, at 2 o'clock. Mr. N. C. Nelson of Getchell officiating. Interment was at the Odd Fellows cemetery. Deceased was one of the earliest settlers of the Getchell hill region.
marriage Sheldon-Young Sheldon-Young
Robert Sheldon and Theresa Young were married at 11 a.m. Sunday at the Catholic church on the Tulalip Indian reservation. Rev. Father O'Donnell officiating. The couple were attended by Cecilla Young and Sebastian Williams. Elaborate preparations had been made, and a large crowd attended, making this the most notable weddings ever taking place on the reservation.


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