Seems Like Yesterday

50 YEARS AGO (1959)

A reunion of those attending Snohomish High School between 1924 and 1928 was in the planning stages. Those interested could contact Freeman Lancaster, Eldon Harvey, Joe Harnett or Walter Dohm.

Mukilteo Schools for the 10th consecutive year were laying plans for an outdoor education program for sixth-graders. This year, the program was expect to involve more than 200 students, with parents and teachers also getting into the act as counselors. Planning for the outdoor classroom at Cornet Bay were principals John Lynn, Eugene Kimball, Paul Kimball and William Rohweder.

25 YEARS AGO (1984)

The relationship between a manufacturing firm and a student vocational training center would take on deeper significance with the simple dedication of a flag pole. The pole was built by students at Sno-Isle Skills Center from scrap metal supplied by Evergreen Industries. It would be dedicated to the late Roger Taschereau, a Marysville man and popular Evergreen employee.

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

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