“Iris’s Items,” a new store, had opened at Warm Beach. Iris Forsman, daughter of the late Everett mayor, George Culmback, was operator and she featured antiques and second-hand used articles. It started as a hobby in a beach home.
Working on a reunion of all who attended Marysville Schools prior to 1910 were Paul and Edna Paulson, Mr. and Mrs. Claud Beaman, Violat Guy, Minnie Oslin, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blair and Frank Lockhart. The fete would be held at the Marysville Community Building on Beach Street. All who qualified were urged to attend.
25 years ago (1989)
Karen A. Wick, of Everett, was installed as the new president of the National Association for Court Management in ceremonies at Crested Butte, Colorado. She was an administrator of Evergreen District Court in Monroe.
A cure of ailing Scriber Lake in Lynnwood might finally be in sight. With construction of anew filtration and aeration plant set to begin this month city officials said they would have taken the biggest steps toward keeping the marshy lake from decaying into an urban cesspool.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library.
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