Seems Like Yesterday
Jack Hubbard, a member of the board of directors of the First Federal Savings and Loan Co. of Everett, scooped up the first shovel of mud in driving rain yesterday, signifying the beginning of the new Snohomish office. Also on hand were Steve Saunders, director; Dallas Olson, vice president; Jack Hatlen, board member; Stan Lee, comptroller; Bert Arndt, office manager; and Richard Johnson, contractor.
DeeAnna Johnson and Linda Brownell were members of Helen Sullivan's Happy Hearts Blue Bird who visited the Pinehurst fire station and received their Junior Fire Marshall badges from Hills Collins, fire marshal. Bernice Johnson and Betty Erickson sponsored the group.
25 years ago (1988)
Elizabeth Daniels had been named supervisor of customer services for Everett-based Community Transit. She was responsible for managing the company's customer information and distribution functions. She previously was with Metro.
Bruce Bauman, head of social studies at Mountlake Terrace High School, wanted high school students to learn about foreign lands in the future not by just opening a book. He and others in the Edmonds School District were pushing an international education program that emphasized study through travel.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library
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