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Members of the Ivy Five and some friends play at the Edmonds home of Gary Ostlund (second from right on trumpet) on July 12, 2019. In 1956, five guys from Everett Junior High started a combo band, the Ivy Five, to play in the school talent show and played through high school. Those who live locally still get together to play regularly. On this date, Karner Trethewey (right, on trombone) was visiting from California. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Revive of the Ivy Five, a band started in 1956 junior high

63 years later, the jazz combo begun in Everett plays on. “We’re in it for the friendship…”

Members of the Ivy Five and some friends play at the Edmonds home of Gary Ostlund (second from right on trumpet) on July 12, 2019. In 1956, five guys from Everett Junior High started a combo band, the Ivy Five, to play in the school talent show and played through high school. Those who live locally still get together to play regularly. On this date, Karner Trethewey (right, on trombone) was visiting from California. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

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Bob Ade, 84, kaleidoscope artist. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

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Bob Ade, 84, kaleidoscope artist. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

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