Good Old Days
News items of timely interest gathered from the old files of the WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were on May 7, 1981.
The Wyalusing Borough Council members have scheduled an upcoming meeting on housing projects in the borough.
A 32 ft. expansion is in the works to be erected at St. Mary’s Church in Wyalusing. The expansion is set to begin in June or July.
Ginny Thornburgh, wife of Gov. Richard Thornburgh, is the scheduled speaker for Mansfield University’s commencement.
A 1979 Mack truck and its 1977 Fruehauf refrigerated trailer loaded with boneless meat, was stolen from a motel parking lot near Hammond, IN.
Philip McMicken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard McMicken of North Flat, Laceyville, has been named to the Dean’s List at Eastern Michigan University.
Paulette Potter of Wyalusing RR2 is a candidate seeking the Republican nomination for tax collector of Terry Township.
Wyalusing Township Supervisors filled the roadmaster vacancy that was left open April 7. Pending the acceptance, the supervisors named Richard Neiley to the position.