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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 on Nov. 26, 1981.

Denise Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson of Camptown, will be competing for $13,000 in scholarships this weekend at the State Junior Miss Pageant in Reading. She is the reigning Bradford-Sullivan Counties Junior Miss.

Jerry and Wanda Gardner Cooley of RD3, Wyalusing, announce the birth of a son, Bryan Jeffrey on Nov. 12, 1981.

Debbie Smiley, daughter of Mrs. Jane Smiley of Terrytown, has been selected as the captain of the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford cheerleaders.

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Harry Keeney of First St., Wyalusing, bagged his Thanksgiving dinner in the form of a 10 lb. hen, which he shot on Roundtop Mountain, near Lovelton.

Fears that John Neiley, 22, of Camptown, might have suffered an injury while bear hunting near Lopez Monday morning were put to rest on Tuesday when he walked out of the woods. He was in good condition.

The Camptown Elementary flag football team went through their season undefeated. They received the season’s trophy after Laceyville has claimed it for the past two years.

 


1996 Christmas ParadeSanta, a.k.a Red Williams, leads Wyalusing’s Christmas Parade along Main Street in December of 1996. The float behind Santa was promoting Red’s Mobil, which is now PenMart. The Christmas parade was organized by what at the time was the newly-formed Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce.1996 Christmas ParadeSanta, a.k.a Red Williams, leads Wyalusing’s Christmas Parade along Main Street in December of 1996. The float behind Santa was promoting Red’s Mobil, which is now PenMart. The Christmas parade was organized by what at the time was the newly-formed Greater Wyalusing Chamber of Commerce.

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