100 years ago — 1912
• Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Nichols will leave Monday for Springfield, Ohio, where they will spend the next two months.
• J.H. Warren has sold the ferry at Chelan Falls to H. Carter of Mansfield.
• Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Field of Stehekin are expected down the river tomorrow and will take in the apple show in Spokane next week.
• Attorney C.F. Wallace of Cashmere is transacting business in Wenatchee today.
50 years ago — 1962
• Thirteen Alcoa employees have received recognition of their 10th year of service to the Wenatchee Works plant. They are James L. Deskin Jr., Robert W. Hanna, Leonard Radke, Guy B. Young, Willard E. Bryan, Raymond L. Cordell, Richard J. Cantrell, LeRoy Adrian Richmond, George E. Miller, Rex C. Robins, Virgil J. Hunter, Elwin G. McCandless and Jerome G. Sobotta.
• Rick Whaley was named the most inspirational player on the Peshastin-Dryden football team. The honorary captain award is shared by Whaley and George Phillips.
• Jim Hubenthal, of Chehalis and a former resident of Cashmere, recently passed his state examination for architect engineering. He attended Cashmere schools and graduated from Washington State College in 1958.
25 years ago — 1987
• Members of Bee Hive Grange elected officers during a recent potluck supper meeting. They include B.J. Matthews, master; Estella Newell, overseer; Cecil Hurd, steward; Bud Riker, assistant steward; Dolores Sebring, lady assistant steward; Ruthella Cockrum, secretary; Dan McCroskey, treasurer; Agnes Smart, chaplain; Jackie Smart, lecturer; and Jean Riker, gatekeeper.
• Wenatchee Presbyterian Church Women have announced their two women of the year. They are Jean Ludwick and Ruthella Cadman.
• Christina Davidson is the newly elected president of the Wenatchee Swim Team. She will be assisted by Sue Frese, vice president; Wendy Smoke, secretary; and Julie Moffat, treasurer.
• Aaron Gray, 12-year-old son of Steven and Debbie Gray of Wenatchee, captured a silver medal at the Northwest Regional Ice Skating Competition in Seattle.