Seems Like Yesterday

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goldfinch and their daughters, Connie and Nancy, returned from a three-week vacation in the Southwest. Stopovers included Las Vegas, Nev., and Santa Cruz, Calif., with Thanksgiving spent in Los Angeles and a stay in Palm Springs, Calif.

Cassation Junior Musical Club was meeting at the home of Karen Pederson, 1901 Columbia St. in Pinehurst. Darlene Estep was in charge of the program, which would be on the music of George Gershwin. Judith Higer and Leilanie LaRivier would play the musical numbers.

Wayne Kruse, Everett Herald and Western Sun outdoor writer, was the featured speaker on KIRO radio’s "Outdoor Line." The popular hour-long talk show, with host Bill Davis, covered a range of outdoor topics and gave listeners the opportunity to call in with questions and comments. Kruse would discuss fishing trips to Alaska’s Kenai River, Oregon’s Rogue and Great Slave Lake in the Canadian Arctic.

Bill and Madelynne Castle were frustrated by Shell Oil’s new gasoline rationing plans. He had spent nearly a year to build his Shell station at Smokey Point and was afraid his customers would now go elsewhere.

By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at Everett Public Library

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