March 27, 1924

Henry J. Bowen who was in Chelan this week end states that the spring weather at Stehekin arrived a month early.

March 27, 1924

Mrs. Carter, Fred Bowen’s sister, was a passenger on the mail boat Tuesday with her nephew, Henry Bowen.

May 31, 1928

Henry Bowen came down from uplake Sunday evening for a few days stay in Chelan.

January 8, 1931

Henry Bowen, Stehekin storekeeper, nearly suffered the loss of his place through fire Tuesday night. Gasoline from a lamp he was lighting leaked down through under the counter and became ignited. A lively scrap with a fire extinguisher as a weapon soon put out the blaze.

August 27, 1931

Henry Bowen, from Stehekin, spent several days in Chelan last week.

December 24, 1931

Henry Bowen is spending Christmas at the foot of the lake.

December 24, 1931

Henry Bowen, Stehekin, was in Chelan over the weekend.

February 18, 1932

Henry Bowen, Stehekin merchant and postmaster, was in Chelan this week on business.

April 5, 1934

Henry Bowen has resigned as postmaster at Stehekin and E.O. Blankenship has been appointed acting postmaster.