Pictorial Past | Young women of Waterville

A group of Waterville girls gathers in 1944. From left, are Adaline Mohr, Dorothy Scaife, Addie Townsend, Florence Dahlke, Gladys Scaife, Mary Mueller, Iva Helbig and Irene Shephard. (Provided photo/Douglas County Historical...
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Pictorial Past | New pool bathhouse

Waterville has a new bathhouse available for use at its community swimming pool in 1960. The structure, of cedar and pine, has dressing rooms and an office. The pool also has a new fence around part of it and a walkway where old rooms once stood. A newly graveled area also provides more parking. Shown are Mayor Robert Gollehon, left, and Carl and Eric Koenig. The Lions Club, local residents and...
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Pictorial Past | Eastmont athletes honored

Earl Shaw, Eastmont High School athletic director Lou Boni and basketball coach George Stewart, congratulate Eastmont’s senior athletic award winners in May of 1960.
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Pictorial Past | Fun times at a picnic

Participants enjoy games at the Douglas County Old Settlers Picnic in the early 1900s.
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Pictorial Past | Display of dolls

Sally Horan, center, shows some of her collection of dolls from around the world to members of the East Wenatchee Garden Club who are planning their annual spring luncheon in April of 1968.
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Pictorial Past | Early Waterville church

The Waterville Christian Church in 1916.
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Pictorial Past | Waterville on parade

Waterville's community float in an early day Apple Blossom Festival parade in Wenatchee.
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Pictorial Past | Waterville girls club

Members of a Waterville girls club in the late 1890s.
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Pictorial Past | Strength in academics

Loaded with learning are these members of the 1968 Wenatchee Daily World Scholastic Team from Waterville High School.
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Pictorial Past | Church convention

A Sunday School convention is held at the Waterville Presbyterian Church (later the Federated Church) in the early 1920s.
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