Good Old Days
News items of timely interest gathered from the old files of The WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were in the May 21, 1981 issue.
Voters in Wyalusing Township said yes to the sale of liquor in Tuesday’s election on the granting of liquor licenses.
WVHS business students, Teresa Canfield, Rose Mary Borel, Mary Ann Borel, Lisa Pickett, Lana Vanderpool, Kevin Collins and Valarie Moon take first place honors at the Susquehanna County Invitational Business Education contest.
Wyalusing merchants are finalizing plans for their upcoming Street Fair and Rocket-Courier Run.
An unknown number of persons entered the Wyalusing Valley High School some time between 12 and 6:30 a.m. on Monday and caused an estimated $1,000 damage to several vending machines.
Navy Machinist’s Mate Third Class David Dyer, son of Mahlon and Phyllis Dyer of Sugar Run, has completed the Basic Machinist’s Course. He is stationed at the Naval Training Center at Great Lakes.
Retired FBI agent Orrin Bartlett will speak at the Memorial Day services at both Camptown and Wyalusing.