Pictorial Past | Talented Waterville students

Waterville High School Principal Dick Throgmorton is shown with the school’s top grade-point average students named to the Wenatchee Daily World Scholastic Team for 1971.
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Our Pictorial Past | Waterville’s librarian at work

Librarian Linda Sutor looks over some of the book collection at the Waterville Library in March of 1971.
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Our Pictorial Past | Trinity women plan spring fling

Members of the Women’s Society of East Wenatchee’s Trinity Methodist Church plan for a “Spring Fling” benefit salad buffet luncheon on March 19, 1971. Helping with arrangements were, from left, Mrs. John McCaw, Mrs. Carl Heath and Mrs. Charles Kerr. Table decorations (including those shown here) and salad recipes were sold to raise funds to sponsor a student nurse. (Provided...
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Our Pictorial Past | Palisades produce truck

This 1916 Mack truck, shown with Gordon Goldy of Palisades, did duty for the Wenatchee Produce Co. as the sign on the side of the truck indicates, and also for the Goldy family before it was retired in early 1940.
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Our Pictorial Past | Cutting wood in Palisades

Getting enough wood for cooking and heating in the winter was a problem for early settlers in Palisades.
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Our Pictorial Past | Big Job Ahead

Fred Lieberg, manager of the Douglas County PUD, and John Gregg, chief engineer for the PUD, examine a blueprint for the Wells Hydroelectric Project in February of 1963.
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