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Good Old Days

 

News items of timely interest gathered from the old files of The WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were in the July 30, 1981 issue.

Miss Sharon Crawford was named Miss New Albany and Helen Corson, Mrs. New Albany at the recent Old Home Day festivities.

Leon Mosher, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mosher, Sr. of Stowell and David Huffman, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Huffman, of Wyalusing recently attended the Rotary Leadership Camp, held at Keystone Junior College in LaPlume.

An unknown person or persons gained entry to the lower floor of the Wyalusing Borough Hall late July 16 or early July 17. No objects were reported missing.

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Two employees of the Laceyville Post Office were recently honored for their service. Ronald Mowry was cited for 26 years of continuous service and Lloyd Jayne for 33 years.

Local students appearing on the Penn State Dean’s List were: Laura Upham of LeRaysville; Dale Dewing, Warren Center; Marsha Johnson, Wyalusing; Patricia Furlong and Leonard Love, Meshoppen; Jeffrey Brewer and David Farrar, Tunkhannock.

 


 1896 CycloneHere’s a view of Wyalusing’s Front Street following what the photographer described as a “cyclone” which hit on Sept. 30, 1896. On the left is a group of women, dressed almost identically, surveying the damage while they stand in front of the residence of Wyalusing businessman H.J Hallock. Today Hallock’s home is where Smith’s Personal Care Home is located. 1896 CycloneHere’s a view of Wyalusing’s Front Street following what the photographer described as a “cyclone” which hit on Sept. 30, 1896. On the left is a group of women, dressed almost identically, surveying the damage while they stand in front of the residence of Wyalusing businessman H.J Hallock. Today Hallock’s home is where Smith’s Personal Care Home is located.

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