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Published: Thursday, September 19, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seems Like Yesterday

50 years ago (1963)

Ground was broken this afternoon for a 7,500 square-foot convent building at St. Mary Magdalen Parish. Bob Ayer, 6526 Beverly Blvd., would build it for $123,768. Harry E. Botesch of Everett was the architect.

The first new cars of the fall season were the 1964 Chrysler Corporation models. This included the Plymouth Valiant, Dodge Dart, and Chrysler Imperial. They would be on view tomorrow at Walsh Platt Motors and Lane Plymouth Center in Everett, Arlington Motors in Arlington, Schilaty Bros. in Monroe and Nelson Motors in Lynnwood.

25 years ago (1988)

The Communications Roundtable of Snohomish County announced the election of new officers. Carolyn Meagher of Everett, public information officer for the Everett School District, was president. Other officers were Carol Lewellen of Lynnwood, secretary-treasurer; and John Toliver of Bothell, program chairman.

Duane Edwards of Everett had graduated from the University of Washington's Pacific Coast Banking School, making the honor roll. Edwards was with Rainier National Bank in Everett.

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


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