100 years ago — 1913
Edith Briskey and Carrie Rumbolz of Cashmere spent Friday and Saturday in Wenatchee visiting friends.
TheRev. C. S. Osgood of the Plymouth Congregational Church of Wenatchee has announced his resignation and intention to move to the Puget Sound area.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grant hosted friends at a bridge party last evening. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. F.U. Bliss and Mr. and Mrs. L.I Cysewski.
The school districts of the lower Stemilt and Malaga areas are being consolidated.
Councilman A.A. Bousquet has moved outside the corporate limits of Wenatchee and has filed with the city council his resignation as a member of the council from the Third Ward.
50 years ago — 1963
Janet Zwight of Entiat will be among 1,500 delegates to the national meeting of Future Homemakers of America this month in Kansas City. Zwight is state FHA first vice president and one of 13 other members chosen by the association to represent the state at the meeting. Among those accompanying the group will be Mrs. Peggy Whitmore of Entiat, state FHA advisory board member. Futures Homemakers of America is a national organization of students studying homemaking in junior and senior high schools. There are 11 chapters in the state.
Eva Anderson, former state representative, was honored Monday by the Chelan Chamber of Commerce for her service to the community. A plaque was awarded to Anderson by Kenneth Kingman, past president of the organization.
25 years ago — 1988
Eight members of Wenatchee’s Short Shakespeareans will perform for the Lecture Artist Series program July 20 at the Oregon Shakespearean Festival in Ashland. They are Marcu Jones, Kathleen Troy, T.J. Troy, Conrad Cadman, Cori Bautista, John Brett, Jennifer Netz and Carl Schreck.
The Washington State Board of Geographic Names has named a 5,747-foot peak near Stevens Pass after the late Norman C. McCausland, a longtime Forest Service employee. McCausland died in 1982. Dick Pieper of East Wenatchee and sports editor at The Wenatchee World suggested the name.