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Seems Like Yesterday

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50 years ago (1962)
The Weyerhaeuser Co. announced the appointment of Eldon "Dick" Hereth to the newly created position of shipping supervisor at the firm's Everett Sulphite Pulp Mill. Manager John McEwen stated the need for someone in this capacity. Robert Sturgeon was taking over Hereth's former job of assistant mill sales representative.
Armas Horn, formerly a partner with Hume Pontiac in Snohomish, was now affiliated with Simpson Pontiac in Everett. Frank Simpson pointed out that his firm had sold Pontiacs and Cadillacs in the county for 26 years.

25 years ago (1987)
George Severson, an Everett resident since she was four, turned 100 years old. Bessie Hubbard of Stanwood was 101. Claudia Shangle of Everett was 100, while her husband, Paine, was 99. Mabel Hovrud of Everett would soon be 98.
Thomas Haff, physics instructor at Everett High School, was to take part in the Woodrow Wilson Institute on High School Physics this summer at Princeton University in New Jersey. Fifty teachers would participate in the four-week session.
By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library

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