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Published: Thursday, March 21, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963)

Leaving the church after a social evening was a group of poor New England farm people in a scene form "Ethan Frome," drama on stage at Snohomish County Community Theater, Second Street and State Avenue in Marysville. The play would be given Friday and Saturdays through April 13. Among the actors were Cheryl Hendry, Rodney Sharp, Vera Sharp, Laurene James and Jim Wright. Director was Freddie Brinster.

Bruce Grow, Garry Greenleaf, Wanda Parker and Florence Allan took the top places in the junior high division of the Snohomish School District science fair held last night. The boys won with a Mars project while the girls won with an antiseptics project.

25 years ago (1988)

James P. Petersen had joined Frontier Bank as a commercial loan officer at the main office in Everett. Petersen had 25 years of banking experience in Idaho, California and Hawaii.

Lamonts Apparel Inc. had leased 38,600 square feet of space at the Greentree Plaza shopping area on Everett Mall Way. The new Lamonts retail outlet would join a Target discount store as the anchors of the Greentree Plaza project. The Lamonts store was expected to open in August.

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