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Seems Like Yesterday

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50 years ago (1963)
Directors of Cascade Saving and Loan Assn. today announced the election of Judge Edward N. Nollmeyer to the chairmanship of the Board of Directors of the association. Judge Nollmeyer had been a bank director since 1958.
The Edmonds School District was providing a home-classroom for David Schulberg, who was bedridden by a spinal injury. Charles LeWarne, social science teacher at Edmonds High School, read class instructions into a microphone which went over an intercom to the home. Alwin Svendsen, home instructor, visited the home.

25 years ago (1988)
Ed Diamond, who established his Diamond Veterinary Hospital back in 1956, had sold the practice to two of his veterinarians, Susan Anderson and Red Hanna. Diamond said he had semi-retired, working a the clinic on Mondays and Tuesdays. The business now was named Diamond Veterinary Associates.
Ken Long was unanimously elected mayor of Mill Creek by his fellow council members. Long was a former mayor of Brier and had served over four years on the Mill Creek council. He replaced Sid Hanson, mayor since Mill Creek's incorporation in 1983. The council also elected Tracy Grayson as mayor pro-tem, replacing Tony Levitsiz.

By Jack O'Donnell from Herald archives at the Everett Public Library.

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