Seems Like Yesterday

  • Monday, June 18, 2012 10:08pm
  • Life

50 years ago (1962)

William Hulbert, president of William Hulbert Mill Co., the developer of the Glen Haven subdivision, also was president of Holmes Harbor Estates, Inc., a firm that yesterday filed with Island County commissioners a plat for a 200-homesite development at Greenbank.

School was out for most students, but some went to summer school. Two who had enrolled at Everett Junior College for the summer quarter were Jeri Maddy, Rt. 3 Everett, who was learning upholstery, and Richard S. Berger, 1107 Wetmore Ave., who had signed up for five hours of sociology daily.

25 years ago (1987)

The Everett Giants played the Bellingham Mariners at Everett Memorial Stadium. Inning updates were on KWYZ. Right-hander Tom Hostetler was Everett’s starting pitcher. Chair-backed box seats were $4.50; general admission was $3.25; seats for kids under 12 were $2.25; babes in arms, free.

Three Snohomish County boxers were to compete in the USA Amateur Boxing Federation Junior Olympic national championships in Marquette, Mich. They were Rich Smithson, 15, and Chris Bercot and Gig Hammons, both 14.

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

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