In Everett Monday, Display & Costume co-owner Dallas Carleton is joined on the store’s big fabric-cutting table by his niece and manager of the Evertt store, Angie Durham (left) and his daughter Margaret McGowan (right). McGowan is the corporate manager of all the Display & Costume stores. The company is closing its Everett store. They will continue operation of their large store near Northgate in Seattle as well as their Issaquah store. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

In Everett Monday, Display & Costume co-owner Dallas Carleton is joined on the store’s big fabric-cutting table by his niece and manager of the Evertt store, Angie Durham (left) and his daughter Margaret McGowan (right). McGowan is the corporate manager of all the Display & Costume stores. The company is closing its Everett store. They will continue operation of their large store near Northgate in Seattle as well as their Issaquah store. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett’s place for costumes is hanging it up after 25 years

The costume and party-supply store on Evergreen Way will close for good on Nov. 30.

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