50 YEARS AGO (1960)
Ada Schneider of Everett was enjoying the Beta Sigma Phi Hawaiian Ramble at the Moana Hotel, hub of Waikiki activity. Owner-manager of Schneider’s Brake Supply Co., she was one of 44 BSP sorority sisters from North America enjoying the group’s 10th such celebration.
H.J. “Pat” Anderson and Eldon Root opened a new firm, Broadway Motors Inc., at 2501 Broadway in Everett. They handled imports including MG, Austin, Austin-Healy, Morris Minor, Riley, Jaguar and Rolls-Royce.
25 YEARS AGO (1985)
On the weekends, Dale Running Bear could be found at the Tulalip Tribal Center performing traditional dances and songs his grandfather taught him as a boy. He was helping to pass on the legacy to the next generation. Ray Fryberg, vice president of the Tulalip Tribal Council, said that was one of the objects of the Tulalips’ first Kla-How-Ya Days.
“Neon” was the popular summer cut and moving into fall. With shorter sides and back and longer on top, it looked great wet or dry. Third Dimension Cuts at the Everett Mall and Aurora Village offered precision haircuts and styling for guys and gals.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at Everett Public Library