Good Old Days
News items of timely interest gathered from the old files of the The WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were in the Aug. 20, 1981 issue.
Members of Local 550 of the International Sheetmetal Workers’ Union walked off their jobs at Arrow United last Saturday night when their contract expired.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, Jr. of Taylorville announce the birth of a son, Nicholas Samuel, born at Towanda Memorial Hospital on Aug. 14.
According to Kenneth Kerr, Commander of American Legion Post 534 of Wyalusing, the Post home has been granted a license to sell liquor and malt beverages.
Richard Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevens of Rural Route 1, Wyalusing received practical work in military leadership at the Army ROTC advanced camp at Ft. Bragg, NC.
Penny Severcool of Montrose RD5 and Doug Duffield of Wyalusing RD1 were united in marriage at the Rush Methodist Church on July 18.
Morgin Tewksbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Tewksbury of Spring Hill, was honored by family members on her first birthday on Aug. 15.