Good Old Days
News items of timely interest from the old files of The WYALUSING ROCKET and reprinted as they were in the Sept. 17, 1981 issue.
New water meters will be installed on five area businesses it was decided by the Wyalusing Borough Council. They are: Honchell’s Market, Charlie’s Pizza, Steele’s Garage, Miller’s Pharmacy and the office of Dr. Thomas Burns.
LeRaysville’s Mike Rogers was the winner of the Camptown Races with a time of 36:56.
Randy and Rene Brigham of Camptown are pleased to announce the birth of their first child, a son, Preston Alexander, born on Aug. 27, 1981.
Jeff Smith, son of Paul and Barbara Smith of Wyalusing, earned his Eagle Scout rank in a ceremony conducted at the Wyalusing Methodist Church.
A fire on Sunday afternoon destroyed a large barn on the Dick Hugo farm, which started at 2:58. The loss was valued at $30,000.
George Ciprich, vice-president of Laceyville’s Merchants Association welcomed Dr. Francis Schell to the community at their recent business meeting.
Donna Saravitz of Meshoppen has been hired as the new treasurer of the Meshoppen Borough Council.