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Published: Tuesday, August 13, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963)

Stilly pioneers planning their picnic at Arlington Park were Charlie King, Grover Spoerhase, Clifford Rod, Bill Wallis, Mable Hunter, Grace King, Carlyn Dalton, Katherine Hollis, Albert Brekhus, Oliver Nysether, Otto Rojahn, Grover Spoerhase, Walter Bunten, Nellie George, Mary Rojahn, Jessie Monty, Anna Wangsmo, Katherine Robb, Carl Hatley, Iver Drivstuen, Otto Eitzenberger, Max Eitzenberger, and Jim Brown.

Two registered Holsteins in the herd of Gerrit Kosters, Snohomish -- Bilkos Forest Glade Ronick and Susie Forest Glade -- were classified as "Excellent" by the Holstein-Friesian Association of America.

25 years ago (1988)

Everett fisherman Jan Kristiansen was adjusting the riggings on his 80 crab pots lining the Norton Terminal dock. He and his crew were gearing up for the start of the Alaskan king crab season Sept. 1 in the western Aleutian Islands. Kristiansen said the allowed catch was half what it was last year.

Max Bingham and Gene Nixon were new employees at Mark Sidley Chrysler Plymouth Dodge, just north of Everett at Smokey Poin. One was on duty at all times to better assist shoppers with automotive needs. They had 42 years of combined automotive experience specializing in new, used, fleet and leasing.

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

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