Seems Like Yesterday

  • Mon Oct 18th, 2010 9:37pm
  • Life

50 YEARS AGO (1960)

The Antler Hotel at Pacific and Colby avenues was sold to Snohomish County Title Co. Plans called for razing the old three-story building to make room for a new building for the title company. Ed Werner of Werner Realty handled sales operations.

The Bruins of the new Cascade High School were playing their first football season with sophomores only. So far their record was four wins and no defeats. Starting linemen were Pete Peterson, Dave Wieldraayer, Jim Verhey, Mike Malecki, Jim Smith, Louis Locke and Terry Martell. Backs were Rick Isaacson, Doug Croffurt, Jim Larson and Jeff Cushman.

25 YEARS AGO (1985)

Sigmund R. Petersen of Everett was the captain of an National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ship, Discoverer, which returned this week to its base in Seattle after a trip to the Arctic Circle to collect scientific data on pollution and mapping the ocean bottom.

In the early hours of the Love Israel family’s Barter Fair, Jess Roe was busy explaining his collection of knives to a group of children gathered around him. Roe, a former shop owner in Everett, said he was hungry and had horses to feed, so all of the knives were for sale.

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