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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 Dec. 3, 1981 issue.

William Snyder, plant manager of the Arrow United Plant on Riverside Drive, Wyalusing, reports that vandals broke 18 windows at the plant sometime over Thanksgiving weekend.

Gannon Associates, Inc. of York Ave., Towanda, has recently expanded its insurance operation with the purchase of The Wilcox Company, located in Lawrenceville, Tioga County.

Pvt. Roger Parmelee, son of Harry W. Parmelee of RR1, Laceyville, has completed military police training under the One Station Unit program at Ft. McClellan, AL.

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The Wyalusing Valley High School Ram grapplers are preparing for their upcoming season. They are: Mike Doss, Bryce Bedford, Ed Belcher, Mike Bayesa, Brian Keefe, Dave Whitmire, James Crawford, Chris Taylor, Dave Hitchcock, Monte Kellogg, Tim Belcher, Sam Bocchino and Bob Korfmann.

Area students among new freshmen at Pennsylvania State University. They are: Michael Cole, Laceyville; Joseph Cullen, New Albany, Tina Boyer and Tim Cole, Wyalusing.

Hiram Stevens of Jenningsville has set up a display of antique toy soldiers at the Oldest House for the annual Christmas Tea and Bazaar.

 


 Photo by David KeelerChristmas PastHere’s a look at carolers at Wyalusing’s Community Christmas tree lighting in 1996. The girls pictured are members of Wyalusing’s Troop 93 Girls Scouts and were singing the traditional “O Christmas Tree,” accompanied by the Wyalusing Adult Band when this photo was snapped. The girls include: (left to right) Terrah Cobb, Monica Adams, Katie Lloyd, Katie Adams and April Hartshaw. Church Street resident Marion “Murph” Sweet is pictured in the background. The tree lighting ceremony has been organized by the Wyalusing Rainbow Club for over a half century.  Photo by David KeelerChristmas PastHere’s a look at carolers at Wyalusing’s Community Christmas tree lighting in 1996. The girls pictured are members of Wyalusing’s Troop 93 Girls Scouts and were singing the traditional “O Christmas Tree,” accompanied by the Wyalusing Adult Band when this photo was snapped. The girls include: (left to right) Terrah Cobb, Monica Adams, Katie Lloyd, Katie Adams and April Hartshaw. Church Street resident Marion “Murph” Sweet is pictured in the background. The tree lighting ceremony has been organized by the Wyalusing Rainbow Club for over a half century. 

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