50 years ago (1964)
William H. Klein, president of Klein Motors Inc., and Arthur M. Torkelson, president of Pringle electronics Supply Co., were elected to the Everett Trust and Savings Bank board of directors yesterday at the bank’s annual meeting.
Everett Herald Publisher Bob Best and Everett homebuilders Bob O’Connor and Burt Cronin were honored as “Bosses of the Year” by the Everett Junior Chamber of Commerce last night. Each of the three bosses was awarded an honorary lifetime membership in the Junior Chamber of Commerce.
25 years ago (1989)
The girl athlete of the week was Brenda Bobbelaar, a senior guard on the Edmonds basketball team. She scored 22 points and recorded five steals and five assists in her last game. The boy athlete was Lynnwood basketball senior guard Curtis Strong, who scored 21 points, including five 3-point goals in his most recent game.
An accident-prone section of Fourth Street in Marysville was to receive new traffic signs and a center-line curb to improve safety under a plan approved by the City Council earlier this week. The curb would be constructed on Fourth between Beech and Cedar avenues.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library