100 years ago — 1913
- The home of Mrs. Sam R. Sumner was the setting yesterday afternoon for a royal auction bridge party. Kate Templeton won high score for the afternoon. Guests included Mrs. Frank Oliver, Mrs. A.E. Clark, Mrs. Fred Kemp, Mrs. Harvey Mills, Mrs. Sam Mills, Mrs. Homer Grant, Mrs. Edwin Preece, Mrs. S.F. Gilman, Mrs. L.I. Sysewski, Mrs. N.M. Sorenson, Mrs. R.F. Holm, Mrs. Edwin Boehmer, Mrs. J.F. Martin, Mrs. A.A. Bousquet, Joy Cushing, Frances Morris, Dessa Holmes, Lillian Vaughn, Jewel Mahoney, Ethyl McKnight, Kate Sorley, Maud Marriam and Rose Cheever.
- Articles of incorporation were filed with the secretary of state this week for the State Bank of Entiat. The capital stock is $10,000 and the principals are Harmon Wilcox, John Mohr of Waterville and J.G. Kennedy, manager, at Entiat.
50 years ago — 1963
- The American Legion’s awards for the outstanding boy and girl at Pioneer Junior High School were presented to Lyle Bland and Sherry Zier.
- Linda Ring and Walter Harrah were chosen outstanding ninth grade students by their classmates at Orchard Junior High School.
- Eastmont Junior Women’s Club will help form another junior club at an organization dinner meeting June 20 at the Harley Maydole home.
- Estella Kyne will be installed grand regent of the Wenatchee Senior Catholic Daughters Wednesday at the CYO Hall. Assisting her will be Mrs. Richard Burke, vice regent.
25 years ago — 1988
- Chris Holt of Eastmont High School and Matt Doggett of Wenatchee High School are the first recipients of athletic/academic scholarships from the Wenatchee University of Washington Alumni Association. Holt is a standout swimmer and Doggett excels at soccer. Both will be attending the UW next fall.
- Eastmont High School has named Rosemary Adams girl of the month for May.
- Four Wenatchee residents were among this year’s 850 graduates of Evergreen State College in Olympia. They were Penny Blanchett, D. Lee Pence, Elizabeth Wood and Selina Keeton.