100 years ago — 1912
• At a meeting to be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Women’s Christian Temperance Union building, a YWCA organization will be formed.
• Jack and James Lillis left today to spend the winter with their brother, Dick Lillis, near Phoenix. They will return home in March.
• A marriage license was issued yesterday to Elmer Keiffer and Myrtle Wilmoth, both of Wenatchee.
50 years ago — 1962
• Jim Barrigan, who is retiring after 39 1/2 years with National Bank of Commerce in Wenatchee, was honored by his co-workers at a dinner this week.
• Douglas County PUD has acquired its first Wells hydroelectric project office. The PUD has taken a four-year lease on the old Harper Johnson motel building, across the street from the PUD’s branch office in Bridgeport, as a headquarters for the land acquisition program.
• Commemorating 50 years of progress, Wenatchee’s Free Methodist Church will hold a dedication and open house Sunday.
• Eight Eastmont High School students led the first- quarter honor roll perfect grades. They are Dean Brett, Mike Chapman, Dan Davis, Sue Hazen, Tom McKenzie, Merlin Perkins, Gary Reid and Richard Rolfs.
25 years ago — 1987
• Kristie Scheller, a crew leader at Wenatchee’s Wendy’s, was named the local restaurant’s employee of the year. She has worked for Wendy’s since October 1986.
• Chuck Strawn was recently sworn in as a new member of the Eastmont School Board. Strawn is a businessman and retired pastor of the Eastmont Presbyterian Church.
• Jeanne Christensen, an eighth grader at Pioneer Middle School, was elected the new student body president for the fall term. Other officers are Emily Wallace, vice president; Cory Clennon, secretary; and Dustin Boreson, treasurer.
• Donald Middleton of Wenatchee and Jeffrey McKinney of East Wenatchee were recently named to the national directory of Outstanding Young Men of America.
• Julie DeFina has been named girl of the month for dependability at Eastmont High School. DeFina is a senior at Eastmont and the daughter of Joe and Marilyn DeFina of East Wenatchee.