Dorothy Blackburn of the Everett Altrusa Club was meeting with the president of Everett’s three clubs for business and professional women to make plans for the inter-club dinner meeting later this month. The other ladies were Marion Clark, president of Zonta Club; Blanche Miller, president of Altrusa Club; and Frances Kuse, president of Soroptimist Club.
From the University School in Victoria, B.C., came word that Alfred Tozer, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Tozer, had won for his school the welterweight boxing championship. It was his third year in succession winning the championship.
Everett firefighters extinguished two minor industrial fires. City fire marshall Walt Cooper said a fire at Weyerhaeuser Mill B started near a sawdust hopper and spread into the hopper. A blaze at Re-New Manufacturing Corp. at 2212 Pacific Ave. was confined to the stack area of a paint spray booth exhaust system and was probably caused by friction.
A public auction would be held by the Golden Gallery of Fine Arts in Snohomish’s Masonic Temple. The event would be the first of its kind in the area, according to the gallery’s operator, Ted Rinaldo. Snohomish County Commissioner Don Britton would be the auctioneer.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at Everett Public Library