Seems Like Yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Monlux, 2527 Baker Ave., were to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday in the parlors of First Baptist Church. A private family dinner was also planned. Four of the couple's nine children resided in Everett. They were Ann Wallin, Helen Herschlip, George Monlux and William Monlux.
Peggy Lind, Rebecca, Hoverson and Bertram Denton, students of Barbara Morris at Monroe School, were working on torn-paper mosaics for the Association of Childhood Education annual art festival. Held at the school, it would exhibit art work from all of the elementary schools in the Everett School District.
25 years ago (1988)
Dale Berry had been appointed general manager for the Mutual of Omaha Companies in Everett. He replaced Dar Clark, who had been appointed area sales director. Berry joined the company in 1983.
Quality Image Gallery was open at Frontier Village in Lake Stevens. The gallery offered custom and conservation picture framing, had original artwork, prints and posters for sale and specialized in decorative art work for the home and office. Tom and Lu Pedersen were the owners.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library.
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