50 years ago (1963)
James Dolliver, Everett attorney, was to discuss reverberations of the recent state legislative session when he addressed the Rotary Club tomorrow at the Elks Home. Another highlight of the luncheon program would be Loren Baker and his review of news headlines at home and abroad. (Dolliver later served as a state Supreme Court justice from 1976 to 1999. He died in 2004 at age 80.)
Sunset Grandmothers was holding its annual picnic Saturday at noon the home of Lillian Oliver, 3705 Friday Ave.
25 years ago (1988)
Aircraft service and maintenance company Tramco planned to built a second hangar near its existing facilities at Paine Field. For the last several years Tramco’s 600 workers had serviced up to a dozen aircraft inside and outside the firm’s current 44,000-square-foot hangar, according to president Bob Trimble.
Boom City’s sales were sizzling. From morning to midnight, Eleanor SiJohn worked the crowd that strolled past the many rows of fireworks near Tulalip Bay. Hers was one of 115 occupying the two-acre gravel lot.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library