New officers of the Everett Federation of Teachers were installed by Frank Baine at ceremonies at Legion Memorial Hall. They were Jack Bennett, Ward Henderson, Cora Oberholtzer, Bertha Cope, Angelo Geary and Eugene Chase. Thelma Radke, Vesta Spurrel and Jess Winders were installed as delegates to the Everett Central Labor Council.
Eight women successfully completed a course in lifesaving and water safety at the YMCA last week. Certified were Teresa Lansing, Gloria Nygard and Violet Wold of Everett, Mary Gardner and Una Ford of Snohomish, and Bernice Sherman, Earleen Watters and Alma Woods of Marysville.
Marie Hapeman talked about her dolls with Bluebirds Amy Elder, 6, and Candice Kristiansen, 7. She had been making dolls since the 1930s. Some of her creations were Chief Sealth, Princess Angeline, Chief Leschi, Isaac Stevens, Ezra Meeker and Marcus and Narcissus Whitman. She was next planning to create a doll of the city’s namesake, Everett Colby. Mrs. Hapeman lived in Everett with her daughter and son-in-law, Sue and Bob Overton.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library