Good Old Days
News items of timely interest from the old files of The WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were on July 6, 1981.
The new kitchen of the Wyalusing Methodist Church was recently dedicated. Joseph Baker and Rev. Jim Pall cut the ribbon at the ceremony.
Congratulations to Mason and Andrea Salsman Sterling on the birth of a baby boy last week. He has been named Shey and has a sister Rhaegan.
Navy Disbursing Clerk Second Class Mark D. Learn, son of James and Helen Learn of Route 2, Laceyville has returned from deployment to the Western Pacific.
Leslie Wizelman of Waverly has been admitted to the practice of law in the courts of New York at a recent ceremony in Albany.
The Class of 1971 met for their 10th reunion at the Wyalusing Legion with 120 attending. Class president, Brad Welles welcomed all present and conducted a short business meeting.
D. Louise Snyder graduated from the State University College in Buffalo, NY with a Bachelor Science degree in education. She is the daughter of Dorothy Culver and the late Orwyn Culver of Silvara.