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Published: Sunday, October 13, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963)

The Everett Herald's junior dealer Terry Isaacson, 6304 Fleming Road, delivered a copy to governor Albert Rosellini at the front door of the governor's mansion. Newspaper boys from over the state were given tours of the capitol grounds and legislative buildings and heard talks by state officials in advance of Newspaperboy Day which was on Oct. 19.

Sales of two area grocery stores were announced. Mary Adams had purchased Walnut Street Grocery at 16th and Walnut streets from Andrew and Louise Lind. Len Carr of Sultan had bought Jim's Supermarket at Midway north of Marysville from Mrs. Larkin.



25 years ago (1988)

Richard and Sandi Schmidt of Mukilteo liked birds, but only had so many french fries to go around as they lunched at the state park in Mukilteo. They shared a few bites, but most of the feathered beggars went without. The pickings would likely be slimmer with weather forecasters predicting showers.

The original pie place had expanded. Now Village Pie & Ice Cream Shoppe had two locations in Marysville. The new Shoppe was conveniently located next to Ivars across from Fred Meyer and Kmart.

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


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