OldArchive / Good Old Days
Good Old Days
March 1962 Snowstorm
Here's a look at Wyalusing's Main Street in the grip of a late winter storm that appears to have dumped about a foot of snow on the community, based on the snow accumulated on the roof of the partially obscured car in front of the Wyalusing Hotel. There appears to be just one other car on the street which is seen on the right in the distance. Based on the snow piles along the curbs, the street has been plowed but it appears to have been a losing battle. This photo was snapped by former Rocket-Courier editor Bill Keeler in March of 1962 when Peoples State Bank was still located on Main Street and Thomas's Meat Market was next to the Wyalusing Hotel in the building that was most recently home to Miller's Pharmacy.
News items of timely interest gathered from the old files of The WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were in the March 6, 1981 issue.
A fire in the girls' bathroom at WVHS is being investigated to see whether it was a prank that got out of hand or a serious arson attempt. Several ceiling tiles were destroyed and a sink damaged when melted plastic from a dispenser dripped into it.
Documents and currency valued at $2,000 were taken in a burglary from the Terry Township home of Ralph Shaffer between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 26.
Mr. and Mrs. Arden Newton of Terrytown announce the birth of a daughter, Renee at Towanda Hospital on Friday, Feb. 27. They have a son, Ralph.
Narcotics officers bust the Stevensville drug lab of Allen Ferrs.
Wyalusing's Joe Moore, wrestling at 167 lbs., captured his second consecutive title for the Northern Tier Sectional Championship.
George B. Murray is seeking the District Justice office for Bradford County.