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Seems Like Yesterday

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50 years ago (1962)
L. Gray Beck, vice president and general manger of West Coast Telephone, received the crown, a Century 21 hat, as boss of the year at the seventh annual Breakfast of Ttereve Chapter, National Secretaries Association, at the Elks Club.
Roy Turner, of one of North Junior's colorful musical groups, used his six guns as ear plugs as a quartet from South Junior sounded off in rehearsal for the All-City Junior High School Music Festival at Civic Auditorium. The quartet was made up of Don Larson, Steve Hunnicutt, Bill Bruce and Randy Thompson.
25 years ago (1987)
National Secretary's Week wasn't lost on View Ridge Elementary School secretary Linda Carter. Fourth and fifth graders made a 186-inch long banner for her: "You light up over lives. Happy Secretary's Day." The students also presented her with flowers and a giant card.
Promoted to the rank of Air force staff sergeant was Ted C. Strom of Monroe, who was stationed in a civil engineering squadron at Minot AFB, N.D. Douglas D. Kallerson of Edmonds was commissioned a Navy ensign after graduating from the Naval Reserved Training Corps Unit at the University of Washington.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library

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