50 years ago (1963)
The Everett Junior College Bookstore reopened yesterday at its new location at 905 Wetmore Ave., just south of the campus. Tom Tucker, bookstore director, had supervised the reopening. Students Karen Tapert and Russ Barron looked over some of the special items to be on sale next week.
Cascade High School students, through their advisory (home) rooms, began to collect food for this year’s Thanksgiving baskets. The student committee for the Thanksgiving gifting was headed by Jerry Thompson and Bill Hartman, along with Roy Brown, Boys Club president. John Martinson, dean of boys at CHS, was the faculty sponsor.
25 years ago (1988)
Ernie Hender had a project that was a pane. Recent blustery days convinced him that it was time to fix a window in an empty unit at the Cambridge Apartments, 2922 Hoyt Ave. He wanted it fixed before winter came. He was just in time as clouds and rain were predicted.
Snohomish County’s Horseshoe Grange earned honors at the recent National Grange convention in Redding, Calif. Awards went to Joy Johnson, Billy Carter and Stacy Hoerath.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library