Brownie Troop 658 held their investiture ceremony last week. The girls received their Brownie pins along with a Service Award and Try-It Badge. Members of the troop are: Hollie Nickalls, Lauren Lipski, Katelyn Buckman, Jessica Blum, Kelly Dougherty, Samantha Payne, Ainsley McDougal, Amber Kenny, Alice Nickalls, Carla Garavaglia, Amber Brayfield, Kimberly Sorber and Ashley Basar.
Cub Pack 241 painted faces and decorated pumpkins at their October meeting. Winners of various contests were: Bobby Morris, Matt McMahan, Curtis Mulhern, Chris Coslett, David Moore, Austin Williams, Phil Pineno, Bryan Buckman, Greg Piazza, Michael Hillman, Jason Rosi and Kelby Morgan.
Allison Berlew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berlew, Dallas, is one of the featured models in the Back Mountain Jay-C-Ettes Fashion Show. Other models for the children's fashions are Tracy Honko, Heather Brody, David Townsend and Ryan Marshall.
David Seidel, Dallas, was congratulated by Council Executive Dave Hasel, for being the first Tiger Cub in the Back Mountain Area. Tiger Cubs BSA, an all new kind of scouting for the seven year old boy and a parent or other adult, are joining the youth programs of the Boy Scouts of America this fall.
Five Dallas High School students have been awarded Letters of Commendation honoring them for their high performance on the 1971 Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test- National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Those named commended are Katherine A. Lawrence, Kathy Kreidler, Cynthia Witek, Jack Kloeber and Raymond Jacobs.
Two area students were featured in a concert of associated choruses last week at Bloomsburg State College. They are Jim Roman, college concert choir, and Denise Witek, a member of the women's chorus. Both are Shavertown residents.
Eight Back Mountain residents will be graduated from Wilkes-Barre Business College October 31 after successfully completing their course requirements. Those graduating are: Harriet Sands, Mary Sabo, Donna LaBarr, Shannon Samuels, Celia Monka, Mary Manzoni, Janet Reed and Nancy Harris Cooke.
Altar and Rosary Society of Gate of Heaven Church enjoyed a parade of brides of the past and the present at their meeting recently. Mrs. George Z. Keller, in her mother's wedding gown, won the prize for being oldest and Mrs. Louise Vitale, who modeled a gown of 1922, for being most outstanding. Mrs. Harry Gross was the most recent bride.
Women's Bible Class of Huntsville Christian Church will hold a rummage sale on Main Street in Luzerne on November 10 and 11. Mrs. Nesbitt Garinger is chairman.
Leonard Harvey of Huntsville Street, Dallas, and Wesley Cave of Huntsville Road, left on Thursday to join the Coast Guard.
Information for Only Yesterday is taken from past issues of The Dallas Post which is 122 years old. The information is printed here exactly as it appeared in the newspaper years ago.