100 years ago — 1913
Mrs. Frank Reeves, Zelma Reeves, Edith Coffman, John H. Culp, Ray Morrison, J.Y. Coffman and Clarence Whisnand will motor to Lake Chelan tomorrow where they will spend the day.
Judge and Mrs. G. Victor Martin will leave this evening for a two-week vacation at Lake Wenatchee. En route, they will visit their ranch near Leavenworth.
Mr. and Mrs. N.E. Derry, Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Tedford, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Black, Mrs. A.C. Tedford, Mrs. Guy Tedford, Mrs. W.M. Sewell, W.M. Neil, A.R. Smith and Fay Smith returned yesterday from a camping trip at Merritt.
Mrs. Frank Lemon hosted a luncheon today at her home on Buchanan Avenue in honor of Elouise Scheble. A four-course luncheon was served to guests that included Mrs. Percy Scheble, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mrs. C.B. Hughes, Mrs. S.F. Gilman and Mrs. W.F. Whitney.
50 years ago — 1963
Harold Enlow and Owen West are recent additions to the staff of the Sellar Realty Co. in Wenatchee.
Willard Skoglun, owner of Columbia Skyways, announced today the construction of new “T” hangars for storing private planes at Pangborn Field. One unit is currently being built and facilities for 16 planes are planned.
A proposed commercial zone off North Miller Steet would become the home of a new Montgomery Ward store, it was reported at a Wenatchee Planning Commission meeting. The proposed zone would be a tract fronting North Pearl (Princeton) Street and all south of the Miller-Wenatchee Avenue intersection.
25 years ago — 1988
Wenatchee tennis players Rob Libke and Kirk Mayer posted double victories in last weekend’s six annual Cashmere Invitational Tennis Tournament. Libke won the open men’s singles title and teamed with Paul Horner to take first place in the open men’s doubles bracket. Mayer, a Cashmere High School graduate, made his mark in doubles, teaming with Debbie Cawdery of Wenatchee to win the intermediate mixed division and Carl Drew of Wenatchee to win the intermediate men’s classification.