Seems Like Yesterday
"Dependency and disability don't necessarily mean defenselessness" was the battle cry today of Gary Douglas, 33-year-old Everett man whose wheelchair sit-in at the state capital ended early this week. Now back at his home, 607 Warren Ave., Douglas was resting and hoped his friends and neighbors understood why he did it.
Everett High School Principal Mark Whitman explained some of the features of the school to Jean Ringen and Ruelyn Maag, graduates of EHS back in school as a part of their training to become teachers. Ringen, a 1960 grad, was a senior at the University of Washington. Maag, who expected to graduate from Washington State University in 1965, was a 1961 graduate.
25 years ago (1988)
Paul J. Ebert of the Ebert Insurance Agency of Everett was recently recognized as outstanding in the insurance field by Farmers Insurance Group of Companies. He attended the annual meeting of top sales people in Simi Valley, Calif.
Roger G. Snyder of Edmonds was named data branch manager for AT&T accounts. He was responsible for developing data applications for AT&T's national customers headquartered in the Pacific Northwest.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library
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