The Herald of Everett, Washington
HeraldNet on Facebook HeraldNet on Twitter HeraldNet RSS feeds HeraldNet Pinterest HeraldNet Google Plus HeraldNet Youtube
HeraldNet Newsletters  Newsletters: Sign up  Green editions icon Green editions

Calendar


Weekend to-do list
HeraldNet Newsletter Delivered to your inbox each week.


Published: Wednesday, January 2, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963)
Ready to serve Mr. and Mrs. Marysville at the new branch of First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Everett were Roy H. Millar, Carolyn Thompson and Joyce Knowles. First Federal was located at 2702 Colby Ave. Another branch was located on Main St. in Edmonds.
In other bank news C.G. Cockburn, president of the Bank of Lake Stevens, today announced the sale of the bank to Everett Trust and Saving Bank. The Bank of Lake Stevens was organized in 1914 and Cockburn had been with it since 1922.

25 years ago (1988)
Beth Day, a Stanwood High School senior, would represent Snohomish county in the state contest of the VFW "Voice of Democracy" speech contest. It was the fifth year in a row a Stanwood student had won the county competition.
Herald carriers of the quarter were named. They were Paul Wagar of Everett and Chris Balzer of Mill Creek. Those earning honorable mention were Keith Delisle, Lisa Berndt, Shannon Chester and Karl Schweizer, Everett; Greg DeFouw, Mukilteo; Lane Hundley, Snohomish; Eric Stuller, Marysville; Jason Jakobsen and Brian White, Edmonds; and Jeff Bronson, Mountlake Terrace.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library

Share your comments: Log in using your HeraldNet account or your Facebook, Twitter or Disqus profile. Comments that violate the rules are subject to removal. Please see our terms of use. Please note that you must verify your email address for your comments to appear.

You are logged in using your HeraldNet ID. Click here to update your profile. | Log out.

Our new comment system is not supported in IE 7. Please upgrade your browser here.

comments powered by Disqus
digital subscription promo

Subscribe now

Unlimited digital access starting at 99 cents, or included with any print subscription.

loading...
HeraldNet Classifieds