100 years ago — 1913
- Mrs. Jack Seaman and Etta I. Griggs, who have been spending the past few days with friends in Brewster, returned to the city Saturday.
- Mr. and Mrs. A.Z Wells, Maude Cushing and Chas. Morse motored to Ingles Creek yesterday.
- Mrs. J.M. Jack and her son returned home Saturday after spending the last two months in Stehekin.
- A picnic party of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Prowell, Fern Prowell, Ruth Bailey, Mrs. I.J. Bailey, Mrs. E.L. Thompson and Helen Parish motored to Malaga yesterday to spend the day.
- The St. Luke’s Guild of the Episcopal Church will be hosted Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A.C. Dallach on South Delaware Avenue. All members and friends are urged to attend this first meeting of the fall season.
50 years ago — 1963
- New officers and committee chairwomen for the coming year have been named for Lady Lions. Mrs. Harvey Cooper is president. She will be assisted by Mrs. Homer Wolfe, vice president; Mrs. Peter Clute, secretary; and Mrs. William Redlinger, treasurer. Committee chairwomen include Mrs. J.H. Hanson, Mrs. James Goodwin, Mrs. Josephine Goss, Mrs. Stan Fink, Mrs. Dan Lowe, Mrs. Royal Pinkerton, Mrs. Harold Bidwell, Mrs. Robert Watt and Mrs. Eugene Koch.
- Bob Vaalas will lead the Sunnyslope P-TA for the coming year. Other officers are Larry Holland, vice president; Mrs. George Buchanan, secretary; and Mrs. John Leibole, treasurer.
- Robert L. Curtis of East Wenatchee, manager of Curtis Thiftway, was recently elected to the board of directors of the Washington Food Dealers Association.
25 years ago — 1988
- Wenatchee artist Ruth Allan will have works displayed in the Washington Potters Association shows in Philadelphia and Baltimore next month.
- John Earnst, a 37-year veteran with the National Park Service, is the new superintendent of the North Cascades National Park. Earnst is currently superintendent of the Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania.
- Gordon Marson has become chairman of the Icicle Design Review Committee in Leavenworth.