Parker Williams, an Everett attorney and member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ national security committee, was attending a meeting in Washington, D.C., to assign priorities to the VFW’s national defense mandates.
Hazel Stevens collected the bank savings deposits from her third-graders at Esperance Elementary School. Among the students were Steven Shuley, Pamela Sue Johnson, Janet Louise Gibson, Susan Ellen Arnquist and Frazer Heaton.
After 44 years on the job, Walt and Leta Crawford were backing their Volkswagen van into The Herald’s loading dock for the last time. They had been delivering the paper since 1934, and had seen the change to junior dealers, densely populated routes and increased automation.
Edmonds Community College remained perched atop the Northwest Community College soccer standings, but by a narrow margin after the Tritons and Fort Steilacoom battled to a 2-2 deadlock in league play. Helping to keep the first-place position were Steve Hancock and Jack Cheshier.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at Everett Public Library.