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Good Old Days

News items of timely interest gathered from the old file of The WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were in the July 16, 1981 issue.

Dr. John V. Bennett, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bennett of RD1, Laceyville, was awarded the Gold Medal Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a member of the U. S. Department of Health.

Cindy Adams, RD1, Sugar Run, has been named to the Dean’s List at Bloomsburg State College.

Taylor Packing employees, Cleon Chamberlin, Adelbert Otis, Burgess Mann and Clifford Otis, were recently honored for their retirement from the company.

Jeffrey LaFrance, recent graduate of Mansfield State College, has been accepted at the University of South Carolina Graduate School. He will be studying for a Master of Arts degree in Student Personnel Services.

An alcohol ordinance was recently approved by Laceyville Borough Council. It will place restrictions on having open containers on public property within the borough.


Front row: Dorothy Dodge Proof. Second row: Mrs. Ella Horton, Mrs. Bertha McCaferty, Mrs. Eva Ashcraft, Mrs. Pauline Morrow, Mrs. Bertha Dodge and Mrs. Mirt Brayden. Third row: Mrs. Brown of Forty Fort, whose husband was working on Turrell house, Ella Sharts, Nancy Rogers, Mrs. Jim Webster, Mrs. Emily Morrow, Mrs. Eliza Morrow, Mrs. Eunice Horton. Back, Mrs. Marion Kent.Front row: Dorothy Dodge Proof. Second row: Mrs. Ella Horton, Mrs. Bertha McCaferty, Mrs. Eva Ashcraft, Mrs. Pauline Morrow, Mrs. Bertha Dodge and Mrs. Mirt Brayden. Third row: Mrs. Brown of Forty Fort, whose husband was working on Turrell house, Ella Sharts, Nancy Rogers, Mrs. Jim Webster, Mrs. Emily Morrow, Mrs. Eliza Morrow, Mrs. Eunice Horton. Back, Mrs. Marion Kent.

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