The work of local artist Arne Jensen was on display in a one-person show at the Charles and Emma Frye Free Public Art Museum in Seattle. The exhibit of 12 watercolors included town scenes, Indian villages and boat moorings from Vancouver, Whidbey and San Juan islands.
Queen of Troy for the annual Everett Junior College homecoming festivities was Nancy Hewitt of Monroe. Attending princesses were Pat Quigley, Christine Freeman, Carol Greenlund and Karen Cole. The official coronation would take place at Memorial Stadium during the game against Olympic Junior College.
Everett Community College English instructor Marjorie Day was to review Pauline Gedge’s novel "Child of the Morning" as the opening attraction in a five-week book review series at the college. English instructor Robert Prins would go next, reviewing "Shadowland," William Arnold’s biography of Frances Farmer.
A new $350,000 branch of Olympic Bank was being built in Snohomish across 13th Street from the present office on U.S. 2 in the north end of the city. Designed by Dykeman &Ogden Architects of Everett, it would have stained beveled siding and a cedar shingle roof.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at Everett Public Library