100 years ago — 1913
- Invitations have been issued by Mrs. Sam Sumner and Lonie Hayden for a royal auction bridge party tomorrow afternoon at the Sumner home on Okanogan Avenue.
- A marriage license was issued today to Charles Henry Baker of Dryden and Myrtle Clement of Wenatchee.
- S.W. Usher left this morning for Everett to attend a meeting of the Cascade Scenic Highway Association.
- H.M. Otis of the Wenatchee Growers’ Exchange traveled to Seattle last night to get plans drawn for the new $40,000 warehouse which the Wenatchee Growers’ Exchange will build at the southeast corner of Yakima Street and Wenatchee Avenue.
- Louise Miesson and William J. Rothgob of Wenatchee were married last Thursday in Seattle. Rothgob is manager of the warehouse at Malaga and the couple will make their home there.
50 years ago — 1963
- Mrs. Moses George is the new District 9 president of the American Legion Auxiliary. George is a member of Kelley-Lucas Unit No. 174 in East Wenatchee.
- Mrs. William Thoroughman was installed president of St. Anthonys Hospital League Monday. Other new officers are Mrs. Roy Pedersen, president-elect; Mrs. Walter Nawrocki, vice president; Mrs. Thomas Green, secretary; and Mrs. Justin Schroeder, treasurer.
- Myrtle Flanigan is the new president of the Eagles Auxiliary No. 204. Assisting her will be Mrs. Bob McGrew, vice president.
- Orin and Frances Walter have been elected to lead the Appleatchee Square Dance Club.
- Kyle Younker of Wenatchee was elected a director-at-large of the Washington State Collectors Association.
25 years ago — 1988
- Plans for Wenatchee’s first Independence Heritage Day are almost complete. Rick Acosta, chairman of the Mayor’s Council on Community Relations, said the council discussed plans for the July 4 celebration at its meeting Thursday. The cultural festival will feature dancers and food from all different cultural backgrounds. The event will take place at Riverfront Park.