June 4, 1935: “U.S. Forest Service lookout stations have been manned in the lower areas of the Wenatchee national forest, where an unusually dangerous fire season is in prospect, Walter E. Anderson, fire assistant,announced this morning. Two CCC boys from Camp Icicle have been stationed at the emergency lookout on Beehive.” (The Wenatchee Daily World)
August 1, 1935: “U.S. Forest Service lookouts on Beehive, whose business it is to spot and report fires, were startled this morning when a fire was reported to them over the telephone by a Squilichuck rancher. They relayed the report to Albert Mitchell, fireman for the Wenatchee district, but were unable, they said, to detect any sign of smoke in the vicinity indicated.” (The Wenatchee Daily World)
National Geodetic Survey
DESCRIBED BY COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY 1941 (JCS) STATION IS LOCATED 8 MILES SSW OF WENATCHEE, AND 3 MILES NNE OF TRIANGULATION STATION BALDY, ON THE TOP OF A SHOULDER ON THE N SIDE OF THE MISSION RANGE. IT IS A STANDARD SIZED, SQUARE, U.S.F.S. LOOKOUT TOWER. THE FINIAL ON THE PEAK OF THE ROOF WAS USED. THIS IS AN INTERSECTION STATION.