Seems Like Yesterday

  • Sun Feb 19th, 2012 3:22pm
  • Life

50 years ago (1962)

Morris Robertson had sold his store, the Treasure House, at 2926 Colby Ave. to Ross Winde. Robertson had owned and operated it since 1954. The store would close March 17. Winde planned to move it to 2714 Colby Ave., which had most recently been home to a Penne annex store, and hoped to have new store open about April 1.

Candidates for the title of Queen of Hearts who would be named at a Sunday Heart Fund roller skating show at Marysville’s Rollerfair were Janet Malmstead, Chris Berg, Sue Grochow, Donna Barcott, Susan Holmstrom, Linnea Bartelheimer and Kathy Nasman.

25 years ago (1987)

Among the several young people from this area serving as legislative pages in Olympia were Lindean Barnett, Meadowdale Middle School eighth grader, for Rep. Katherine Allen, Edmonds; and Chris SanClenente, a sophomore at Sultan High School, for Rep. Art Sprenkle, of Snohomish.

Joy Marie McCallum of Everett, a freshman at Whitworth College in Spokane, received a $300 scholarship for academic and achievement presented by the Washington State Automotive Dealers Association.

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