100 years ago — 1913
- Maud Merriam hosted a party last evening at her home on Pennsylvania Avenue. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. I.J. Bailey, Mrs. S.E. Cushing, Mrs. S.A. Clapp, Madge Cushing and Alphonsine Clapp.
- Florence Redfield and Ethyl Milner hosted a breakfast gathering this morning at their home on Emerson Avenue. Guests were Jessie Burdick, Gladys Russell, Esther Roberts, Clare DeLong, Isabelle Saveria, Edith Milner and Edna Milner.
- W.C. Theda and Sam R. Sumner are being considered by members of the city council to succeed A.A. Bousquet who recently resigned. Both men reside in Ward 3 and are eligible.
- The Elks and the Brokers will play a nine-inning game tomorrow afternoon at Recreation Park. This is the first Sunday game of the Twilight League for this season and it is believed they will be popular. Admission will be 15 cents.
50 years ago — 1963
- Dr. Rodney V. Hoyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hoyle of Wenatchee, is beginning his residency in ophthalmology at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Hoyle just finished his internship at Holy Cross Hospital in Salt Lake City.
- Anne Northrup of Cashmere has been named queen of this year’s Chelan County Fair. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Northrup.
- Mrs. Jack Snyder, president of the Rock Island Parents-Teachers Association, Mrs. Gilbert Olin, vice president of the Eastmont coordinating council, both from Rock Island, and Mrs. K.D. Cutright, president of the Eastmont council from East Wenatchee, attended a recent PTA leadership conference at Central Washington State College in Ellensburg.
25 years ago — 1988
- Sue Bean, associate broker at Jay Bean Realtors, was named Realtor of the Year during a recent event sponsored by the Wenatchee Board of Realtors.
- Sheila Hull, vice president for David Rodstol Inc., was installed as secretary of the Inland Empire Office Machine Dealers Association during a recent banquet in Coeur d’Alene.
- Chelan County Clerk Siri Woods has been named Clerk of the Year by the Washington Association of County Clerks.