Seems Like Yesterday

  • Tue Jan 31st, 2012 8:52am
  • Life

50 years ago (1962)

Dr. George Drumheller, Everett physician, was giving a talk to the Everett Rotary Club entitled, “From Moses to Noses in 5,000 Years.” He had just spent several months in Israel. The doctor would be introduced by Dr. Manny Bitar.

Jim Piercey, Everett school teacher, was named Jaycee of the Month by the Everett Junior Chamber of Commerce. Piercey was club treasurer, publicity director, a member of the board of directors, had been chairman of the Baker Heights children’s party, coached the Chick Berry basketball team and served on a number of committees.

25 years ago (1987)

“Collage ‘86 Plus,” a nationally juried collage show, plus display of additional work by eight local artists was opening in two Everett locations: the Northlight Gallery and the Arts Council Gallery. The public was invited to receptions at both.

Jim Boulter, senior at Lynnwood High School, would play “Trumpet Concerto in E flat,” by Hummel, when the Cascade Youth Symphony, directed by Gerry Marsh, gave its concert at Puget Sound Christian College in Edmonds. Boulter had won numerous musical awards.

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