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Published: Thursday, March 28, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963)

Jeep Carpenter and Cris Erickson received instruction kits from Mrs. Kim Blunt and Mrs. L.E. Wallace on the annual Easter Seal Sale to be conducted in Everett this weekend. They would be joined by 500 others.

Future Homemakers of America from Maysville making names for themselves regionally included Pamela Geddes, Marysville FHA president; Naomi Kelley, retiring Washington State FHA second vice president; Sue Kenney, newly elected Washington State FHA second vice president, and Janice Severson, Marysville FHA delegate to the State FHA meeting at WSU in Pullman

25 years ago (1988)

"It's a pretty cool program," said night student Jerry Worthington about the Phoenix Alternative School program. It helped students unable to attend daytime classes to earn diplomas. Classes met in the school library with teachers Mike Bar and Bob Balogna.

In a Radio 123 ad Sparky Taft asked listeners to compare the station with his old KRKO, KIRO and KMPS. At 12:30 am on the dial it offered happy and bright country music, local news with Dennis Shannon, Dennis Wills and Lee Anders, and local sports with Tom Lafferty.

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