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Business Past | New home for Savings & Loan

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Wenatchee’s Community Savings & Loan Association moves into its new $265,000 office building at 700 N. Mission St. in January-February of 1968. The new location allowed for expanded services including additional teller windows, a large lobby and customer service area, basement storage, a separate bookkeeping room and rooms for the firm’s officers. Teller Vivian Drerup is shown handling the accounts of two unidentified youth. An official open house was held March 1. The board of directors were Alfred J. Stojowski, president; John C. Satterberg, vice president and manager; M. Arden France, secretary-treasurer; and James B. Goodfellow Jr., Owen C. Sawyer, Paul F. Thomas and J.F. Whiteman. At the time, the dividend rate for regular passbook savings per annum was 4.75 percent. Also sharing space in the building was Allen Insurance Co.

Wenatchee’s Community Savings & Loan Association moves into its new $265,000 office building at 700 N. Mission St. in January-February of 1968. The new location allowed for expanded services including additional teller windows, a large lobby and customer service area, basement storage, a separate bookkeeping room and rooms for the firm’s officers. Teller Vivian Drerup is shown handling the accounts of two unidentified youth. An official open house was held March 1. The board of directors were Alfred J. Stojowski, president; John C. Satterberg, vice president and manager; M. Arden France, secretary-treasurer; and James B. Goodfellow Jr., Owen C. Sawyer, Paul F. Thomas and J.F. Whiteman. At the time, the dividend rate for regular passbook savings per annum was 4.75 percent. Also sharing space in the building was Allen Insurance Co. (Business World file photo)