Ulysses G. King
Monday May 2, 1938
East Liverpool Review
ULYSSES G. KING, 74, FORMER PRINTER, DIES
Ulysses G. King, 74, East Liverpool printer, died suddenly following an attack of acute indigestion at his home in 235 Bonnierbrae ave. NE, Warren, Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
Mr. King worked on the old Daily Crisis and became foreman of the Daily Tribune when it began publication in 1902. He later was foreman of the East Liverpool Review. He moved to Warren more than 25 years ago and continued to work at the printing trade until about 10 years ago when he retired. He was born in Lisbon.
While in East Liverpool, Mr. King was a member of the First Methodist Protestant church., He was affiliated with the Methodist Episcopal church in Warren.
‘ He leaves his widow, Mrs. Anna Worcester Kong; one daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Thompson at home; one son, Harold King of Warren; two brothers, Judson of Lisbon, and John King of Massillon.
Funeral services will be conducted in his home Tuesday at 2 p.m.. burial will be in the Crown Hill cemetery at Warren.