50 years ago (1955)
Veteran golfer Art Greene, a 10-handicap player, used an eight-iron on the No. 8 hole at the Everett Golf and Country Club for his first hole-in-one. Looking on were Otis Almvig and Dent Maulsby. Pro Kenny Tucker said Greene would treat members to a party.
Scoring a hit in its first-night performance, the Everett Junior College production of “Dial M for Murder” delighted its audience. Players in the melodrama included Fred Vaselenak, Don Stribling and Molly Ward.
25 years ago (1980)
Kirtley-Cole Associates was awarded the contract for construction of a 10-classroom building at Cascade High School. The building would be on the west side of the campus in an area formerly occupied by portables.
The day after Thanksgiving, more than 6,400 people rode Community Transit buses in Snohomish County, when trips were free. CT director Vic Sood said this particular day was picked to help reduce traffic on the largest shopping day of the holidays.
By Jack O’Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library