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Published: Sunday, March 30, 2014, 1:00 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1964)

Fred Moe, legislative chair for the Everett PTA Council, accepted stickers boosting the forthcoming school lection from Helen Moser, president of Garfield School PTA, and Dorothy Bogdanovich, present of the Washington School PTA. PTA mothers would conduct a door-to-door campaign distributing pamphlets explaining the need for approval of the levies.

Sadie Hawkins Day dance at Cascade High School would take place this coming Saturday night, and the girls had declared open season on the boys. Getting in the mood were Stephanie Brewer, Chris Renhard, Shirley Davison, Jane Leimbacher, Clifflyn Bromling and Doug Kimball.

25 years ago (1989)

Lane L. Corry, vice president and registered representative at Murphy Favre Investment Securities, 3102 Colby Ave., had been helping Everett investors for over five years. He offered counseling on investments, tax-free bonds, stocks, tax-deferred investments, government backed securities and retirement plans.

A group of boys sat atop their skateboards in a downtown Stanwood parking lot listening to an animated tale told by fellow teen Josh “Gonzo” Bekourt. Michael Moffett, Kiweea Scheele and Sean Ster said that school had ended early.

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


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