Opening tomorrow in its new building on the southeast corner of Pacific and Colby avenues was Snohomish County Title Co. It planned to inaugurate its $350,000 structure in bang-up style by having officials break through a special “break-way” door. Elmer Husby was president of the firm.
Among those meeting for the annual charter night observance reunion of those involved in sponsoring Sea Scout Ship No. 1 by the Everett Yacht Club were Fred Shaw Sr., Bruce Winston, Carol Boynton, Ernie Gallagher, Charles Martin and Bob Phillips.
25 years ago (1989)
A new house under construction on Edgemoor Lane had a smiley face. After fellow workers noted how the windows resembled eyes, John Wood completed the visage with a can of spray paint. Wood said, with a laugh, that he should’ve painted a frown.
The bunny was a little early for Easter but just right for brunch. Joe Borovina gave his balloon a rabbit punch as friend and neighbor Ben Challman looked on. The bunny gave Sara Crane a fuzzy hug. It was all part of a fundraiser for Providence Hospital Children’s Center held at Arne’s Restaurant in Mukilteo.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library
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