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Published: Thursday, April 25, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963)

At Monroe High School Carole Hansen would valedictorian speaker at graduation this spring. Salutatorian would be Margaret Munroe, while Tom Golver would be class representative speaker. Jack Fankhauser was faculty representative. Commencement would take place on June 4 with Dr. James Jarrett, president of Western Washington State College, as the guest speaker.

Stacked two and three deep on Great Northern Railway cars were some of the more than 100 Volkswagens shipped from Everett to Montana this week. The autos, delivered in Everett by ship from Germany, were the first to be transferred by rail from here to Montana. The auto import business at the Port of Everett had increased steadily this past year.

25 years ago (1988)

Carol Cattle and Patty Morrisette had been promoted by Realty Brokerage Inc. in Everett. Cattle was named relocation director, while Morrisette was named manager of Property Management Service Inc., a new division of the company.

Ken Epperly was recent recipient of the 10-year service award plaque from Bandag, a tire-retreading franchiser with worldwide network of independent franchises dealers. Epperly was the general manager of Les Schwab and Alpine Retreaders on Everett Mall Way.

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

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