Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1964)

Ladies of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Altar Society were sponsoring a roast beef dinner in Parish Hall. Jewell Thornton was chair of the event, Joyce Sieminski was co-chair and Lena Rochon and Delores were in charge of the dining room. The public was invited.

Participating in the panel on a proposed quarter “annual” at Marysville Senior High School were Ann Gebert, business manager; Janice Hennessey, editor, and Rogers Reistad, assistant editor. Allan Jung was the advisor. The school PTA was hosting a meeting on the subject tonight.

25 years ago (1989)

It was Day 10 in the Boeing strike and working the picket line could be lonely and long when the sun didn’t shine. Don Snow and Bruce Van Meter were among the many who huddled around fire barrels early in the morning. No new talks were scheduled in the strike which involved 57,000 Machinists’ union workers.

Ernestine and Art Lundberg were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary tomorrow at Marysville First Baptist Church Annex. A reception and short program were hosted by their Ernie, Jim and Keith Lundberg, Ken Asplund and daughter Sharlene Snyder.

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

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