100 years ago — 1912
• Lewis Williams, a member of the Wenatchee High School class of 1906 and now living in Seattle, will be in town for a few days. Williams is a member of the law firm of Spurch and Williams.
• Mrs. L.F. Buck hosted a children’s party today in honor of her daughter Marion. Guests included Fern Prowell, Anna Hughes, Emily Carlberg, Lucile Carlberg, Aileen Brown, Helen Butler, Marian Quigg, Norma Hotchkins, Ida Lasich, Bonnie Whitaker, Bernice Gellatly, Frankie Holm, Vivian Chamberlain, Gladys Begg, Annabel Scott and Ruth Adams.
50 years ago — 1962
• Warren Kinzel has purchased Columbia Valley Realty, 118 1/2 Orondo Ave., from Clark Johnson.
• Melvin E. Leighton, of Fraley & Leighton, recently qualified for the practice of architecture in Washington state by completion of examinations, according to the Washington State Board of Registration of Architects.
• The Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Pilcher of Wenatchee will be guests at the Orondo Community Church Sunday.
• St. Paul Lutheran Church in Quincy will dedicate its new 14-room educational building Sunday.
25 years ago — 1987
• Barbara Boprey is the new manager of Apple Valley Credit Union in Wenatchee.
• Laura Christensen will present her senior flute recital Sunday at the North Central Washington Museum.
• Wenatchee artist Ruth Allan has been accepted into Northwest Design Craftsmen, a professional organization for designers and people working in crafts.
• Dr. Wayne Zook was installed president of the Wenatchee Area Chamber of Commerce at the group’s banquet this week. Jack Miller was installed vice president. New board members for the coming year are Joe Seabeck, Gary Hauber, Mike Goza, Geanie Aldridge and Dave Smeltzer.
• Jamie Michelle Truitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Truitt of East Wenatchee, has been accepted as a student in the Fashion Merchandising program at Brooks College in Long Beach, Calif.