Seems Like Yesterday
Jean Henry was five up to lead Everett Golf and Country Club's "doe play" day on match against par. Other winners were Ardelle Meyer, Mary Buse, Wilma Thorne, Eileen Reinell, Marlys Leech, Edris Hull, Marj Fale, Maryann Gillespie, Peggy Burton, Gladys Nichols, Mardelle Morrison, Al Bolin, Betty Martin, Lucille Westrom and Elizabeth Bell.
Ten girls were seeking Everett High's royal title.Homecoming queen candidates were JoAnn Nelson, Billie Platis, Mary Larson, Sue Richards, Joyce Taylor, Carol Harstad, Lynell Gill, JoAnne Burkland, Andrea Ballew and Diane Burt. Students voted for a queen and quartet of princesses that would be announced at a special assembly Oct. 18.
25 years ago (1988)
The devilish business of modeling Halloween fashions forced Roger Niebuhr into the dressing room for a last-minute primp of his cape. Members of the Everett Mall student advisory board conceived the show under the direction of Mary Thomas. Area high school students modeled scary outfits.
This was National Temporary Help Week. Some advertisers in The Herald were Gilmore Temporary Personnel Inc. at 2720 Colby Ave., and Terra Temporary Service at 8625 Evergreen Way.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library
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