Seems Like Yesterday
Margaret Booth was installed as worthy adviser of Everett Assembly No. 9, International Order of Rainbow for Girls, in public ceremonies in Masonic Temple. Installing officers were Barbara LeBeau, Lois Foraker, Beth Brown, Elinore Bisnett, Nancy Stage, Virginia Booth, Donna Beam, Leann Benson, Sarah Estes, Karen Melley and Sena Jensen.
Marysville Moose Lodge formally had a grand opening its new home today. Roger Hanson was governor of the lodge. Past governors included Dee Way, Bob Swanson, Al Ross, John Krell and Dick Brattain.
25 years ago (1988)
Lynn Lognion, of Marysville, a packer at Scott Paper's plant, explained her job to Democratic vice presidential candidate Lloyd Bentsen, who was visiting Everett. Ethel McNeal beamed with delight when Bentsen ambled over to the roped- off area of spectators and shook her hand.
A 272-foot landing craft, the Gen. Brehon B. Somervell, would be open to the public for a tour at the Norton Terminal on the Everett waterfront. The Somervell, which was part of the Washington State Army National Guard's transportation detachment, was built at a cost of $10.5 million.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library
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