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WILKES-BARRE, PA.
Dallas Elementary students
got anearly start ontheir season-
al shopping lists during the an-
nual holiday shopping event at
the school on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
Youngsters and their parents
perused the various wares and
vendors at the event, which in-
cluded items for everyone in
ones family, frombrother togod-
mother.
Olivia Maniskas, 9, of Dallas,
was browsing for gifts for her
family members with the help of
mom, Kelly.
Im trying to find something
for my mom and dad and my sis-
ter Rachel, she said.
Kelly Maniskas said the event
is a great idea because children
get to be more independent and
financially responsible while
having fun shopping.
She has money she earns do-
ing things around the house,
Kelly said about her daughter.
Shes on a budget.
Kelly said the shopping event,
which features gifts at kid-
friendly prices, helps out when
children want to start getting in-
volved with Christmas and other
holiday shopping.
This is great because they
dont have to spend a lot of mon-
ey, said Kelly. Santas already
spending a lot of money.
The Robbins family, of Dallas,
worked its way around the room,
checking out the neat little
knick-knacks the in-school store
had to offer.
We hada basketball game and
decided to stop in to see what we
could buy for family, said mom
Pam about the shopping check-
lists of her daughters, 9-year-old
Brooke and 7-year-old Madison.
We like to support the school
and see the money going back in-
to the school, Pam said.
Withmost items selling for un-
der $10, Pamlikes the affordabil-
ity of the event while also giving
her daughters some freedom in
choosing who gets what during
the holidays.
Moms got all the money to-
day, she said. But its nice to
have this. If kids go to the mall to
buy gifts, theyd be spending a
fortune.
Kelly Salitis had her hands full
while following her 8-year-old
daughter, Abby, around the cafe-
teria.
The mother-daughter duo
from Dallas said they had be-
tween 10 and 11 people to buy
for at the event, and the several
bags in Kellys hands meant they
were off to a good start Saturday
morning.
Kelly likes the idea of teaching
children about the value of mon-
ey at anearly age because it gives
thema sense of accomplishment
and ownership.
The earlier you can teach
them, the better, she said.
Shell sweep the floor and earn
money for that. It gives them a
sense of importance, that theyre
buying for others and they did it
themselves.
Abby was quietly browsing the
shelves, trying to keep her gift
list as secret as possible, though
she didhint at one gift recipients
favorite sports team.
Im looking for something
(with) Steelers (on it), she said.
BILL TARUTIS PHOTOS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Nine-year-old Olivia Maniskas, right, and her mom Kelly, both of Dallas, look over Worlds Greated Dad mugs at the Dallas Elementary
School Holiday Shopping Event.
Seven-year-old Madison Robbins, left, of Dallas, shows potpourri
to her mom Pam and sister Brooke, 9, at the Dallas Elementary
School Holiday Shopping Event.
A lesson in
SHOPPING
By SARAH HITE
Dallas Post Correspondent
Kelly Maniskas said the event
is a great idea because chil-
dren get to be more independ-
ent and financially responsible
while having fun shopping.
Both the Dallas and Lake-
Lehman School Boards held re-
organization meetings last
week.
DALLAS
At the Dallas School Board
reorganization meeting on Dec.
3, Dr. Richard Coslett was
elected president, Dr. Bruce
Goeringer vice president and
Colleen Slocumassistant secre-
tary. Larry Schuler was ap-
pointed representative to the
West Side Career and Technol-
ogy Center Joint Operating
committee.
The board also heard anoth-
er report from Crabtree, Rohr-
baugh & Associates Architects
on a feasibility study being con-
ducted to determine what
steps should be taken at Dallas
Elementary School. The
school, built in 1972, was not
intended as a permanent build-
ing and has developed recur-
ring problems over the years.
The study is intended to give
the board a full set of options,
including renovations, partial
replacement or full replace-
ment. Another report is expect-
ed at the boards regular meet-
ing on Dec. 10.
LAKE-LEHMAN
Mark Kornoski was reelected
president by one vote over An-
drew Salko. Walter Glogowski
was named first vice president
and Dr. Kevin Carey was elect-
ed second vice president. The
treasurers position was left to
be filled at a later meeting.
The following committee
chairpersons were appointed:
curriculum and instruction;
David Paulauskas, athletic and
activities; James Welby, build-
ings and grounds; Richard
Bombick, transportation; Ka-
ren Masters, support services;
Glogowski, finance.
Masters was appointed as
representative to the Pennsyl-
vania School Boards Associ-
ation and Glogowski was
named as an alternate. Paulaus-
kas was appointed to the Joint
Operating Committee that
runs the West Side Career and
Technology Center for a term
that runs to 2015. The JOC is
comprised of members from
the five school boards of mem-
ber districts at West Side CTC.
The board moved regular
meetings from the third Mon-
day of each month to the sec-
ond Monday of each mother.
Welby asked if three meet-
ings scheduled at the elemen-
tary schools were necessary.
He said the facilities are not the
same and that it proves an in-
convenience to set up. Superin-
tendent James McGovern said
the meetings are held at that lo-
cation to showcase the schools
to board members and make it
easer for nearby residents to at-
tend a meeting. No final deci-
sion was made.
The next meeting of the
Lake-Lehman School Board
will be held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 17
in the high school library.
School boards
are reorganized
By MEGAN SCHNEIDER
For The Dallas Post
PennDOT has extended the
deadline for elementary school
students to submit entries for its
aviationart contest until Wednes-
day, Dec. 19, recognizing that
Hurricane Sandy resulted in
school closings insomeregions of
the state.
Sponsored by PennDOTs Bu-
reau of Aviation, the contest en-
courages students todisplay their
talents and learn about aviation.
Thisyearscontest themeis50
Years of American Space Flight.
Entries will be judged in two divi-
sions: first through third grades,
and fourth and fifth grades.
There will be 22statewide win-
ners, with one winner from each
division selected from each of
PennDOTs 11 district offices.
Winners will receive a certificate
signed by PennDOT Secretary
Barry J. Schoch and an enlarged
copy of their entry. The students
schools will also receive an en-
largedcopy of the artwork for dis-
play.
Artwork should be submitted
on 8.5-by-11-inch or 9-by-12-inch
paper, unframed, unmatted and
unlaminated. All work must be
done by hand (there is an excep-
tion for children with physical
challenges).
Permitted formats are acrylic,
oil paint, felt-tip pens, indelible
ink, soft ballpoint pens, watercol-
or or crayons. Formats that are
not permittedincludenon-perma-
nent mediasuchas pencil or char-
coal, computer-generated art-
workandcollage workusingpho-
tocopies.
The back of each submission
should include the students
name, teachers name, grade lev-
el, county andschool address and
phonenumber. Entrieswill not be
returned. Winners schoolswill be
notified by telephone.
Send entries to Bureau of Avia-
tion, c/o WilliamSieg, 400 North
St., Harrisburg, PA17120.
Contest is extended
Nancy Ide prepares her ball for a good score at the Thursday af-
ternoon Womens Bowling League in Dallas.
CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK PHOTOS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Ninety-two-year-old Mary Reese, of Dallas, prepares to bowl at
the senior womens Thursday bowling league.
Its a tradition that started
more than 50 years and every
Thursday afternoonwomenfrom
the Back Mountain gather to
keep it alive.
What started in 1955 as the
Irem Temple Womens Club has
changed its name to the Thurs-
day Girls.
Agroup of more than 20 senior
ladies gather at Back Mountain
Bowl eachweek. These ladies are
usually the only people on the
lanes so early on a weekday after-
noon, but they light up the floor
with their personality and their
games.
We do have a good time, said
Joanne Runner, one of the bow-
lers.
The bowlers range in age from
65 to 92. Mary Reese is the oldest
bowler and has been with the
Thursday Girls shine
By MEGAN SCHNEIDER
For The Dallas Post
See BOWLERS, Page 10
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T H I S W E E K S M E E T I N G S
The local Home InsteadSenior
Care office will collect and dis-
tribute gifts toseniors whomight
otherwise spend the holiday
alone.
The Be a Santa to a Senior pro-
gram runs through Dec. 11. A
Christmas tree at Walgreens,
2460 Memorial Hwy., Dallas will
feature ornaments with the first
names of seniors and their re-
spective gift requests.
Holiday shoppers are asked to
pick up an ornament from the
tree, buy items on the list and re-
turn them unwrapped to the
store, along with the ornament
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Sunday, December 9, 2012 PAGE 3
T H E D A L L A S P O S T
The living is easy, beautiful
and entertaining at Newberry Es-
tate, an owner-managed condo-
minium complex in Dallas, origi-
nally called Hillcrest Orchard
Farm and later renamed Stone
Acres by the Newberry family.
Cathy Anselmi moved there in
1989. A single mother with two
young daughters, she found it a
safe community with turn-key
24-hour security, where neigh-
bors watch out for one another,
she says. My front steps were
swept and the school bus picked
up the girls.
Anselmi lives in the Hillside
section in a condominium-like
building, one of five cluster
groups on the 87-acre property.
She calls it the So-Ho section of
Newberry as the units in Hill-
side are more casual thansome in
the other clusters.
Today, Molly Noone, a single
mother of four, picks up her 9-
year-old son, Joshua at the bus
stop and enjoys the community
for its convenience. Joshua
doesnt have to shovel the snow
and gets more time to play with
friends in the heated-community
pool or with tennis balls.
The complex has tennis
courts, a par-3 golf course and
three pools. Noone likes that the
site is nestled in the woods and
not ploppedout inthe middle of a
field somewhere.
Fred Halsey, current president
of the homeowners association,
especially enjoys watching the
youngest children learn to play
golf. I watched a small boy place
three balls ina rowona green. He
came back to his golf bag, which
was the same size as he was, and
he fell over trying to pick up the
bag.
Originally, there were few
buildings and no sports activities
at Newberry Estate and the
amenities were reserved for only
one family.
The property belonged to Wil-
liam Frederick Newberry, who in
1911, built the large stone estate
house at the entrance called the
Highlands, now used for cater-
ing. Then, it was Newberrys
summer home and a working
farm with apple orchards, blue-
berries and chickens, all of which
were sold weekly from a farm
truck in Wilkes-Barre.
There were Macs and an apple
called Delight, recalls Nelson
Ashburner, of Kunkle, whose fa-
ther Ralph was the farmmanager
at Newberry his entire life. In the
1950s, the younger Ashburner
helped his father pick apples,
spray and store themin the apple
cold cellar which is still on the
property.
His father cared for the
grounds andall the farmanimals,
including parrots and exotic fish
the Newberry family had, taking
the fish out of the summer pools
and putting them in the green-
house pool for the winter.
The Ashburners worked for
W.F. Newberry, anexecutivewith
Woolworths, a chain of over 500
department stores nationally
founded by Newberrys brother,
John Joshua Newberry.
In 1972, the farm was devel-
oped into a five-cluster gated
community by the Troup family,
working with architect Peter
Bohlin, who designed the
grounds. At first the project was
a bust, according to George
Spohrer, who moved there in
1973.
The Troup family used the
money it earned selling the Atlas
Chain Co, in West Pittston
(around $3 or $4 million) to buy
the estate. First Eastern Bank, a
mortgage holder, foreclosed on
the property and it changed
hands two more times until a
groupof homeowners put togeth-
er a kitty, according to Spohrer.
The community became a big
success after the Agnes Flood
whenpeople like Spohrer wanted
to leave the Wyoming Valley.
Spohrer calls Bohlin, who later
designed a home for Microsoft
founder Bill Gates in Oregon, a
visionary.
Bohlins design for Newberry
has preserved the natural land-
scape, theformal lawns andapple
orchards on the farm. A stream
winds its way through the estate
and forms a chain of three ponds
over which the golf course is laid.
The stream attracts wild life,
ducks, game and a resident herd
of deer.
Iris Levy and her husband,
Dick, came to live in Orchard
West 10 years ago. Living here is
so very scenic and beautiful.
There is a feeling of tranquility
and beauty here, she says.
This most agreeable atmo-
sphere prompted Levy to help
her friend, Marilyn Gregorski,
make Newberry her home as
well.
Selling her home was the last
thing on Gregorskis mind until a
young couple made an offer on it
and Levy helped her move to
Newberry. She said, Im going
to arrange this for you and you
will like it. Ive been very happy
since. Its expansive andbeautiful
and we all watch out for one an-
other, says Gregorski.
Pat Rosenthal says the same
thing about the community.
People here are very friendly
and you can count on them to
help.
There are pool parties in the
summer and the residents can
participate in all the activities as
part of their ownership. The pub-
lic can join and enjoy the pool,
tennis and golf facilities through
the Newberry Estate Country
Club which offers supervised
summer programs for children,
social events for parents and fam-
ilies, and golf and tennis lessons.
N E W B E R R Y E S TAT E
Life in these parts is easy, beautiful, entertaining
CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK PHOTOS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Nine-year-old Joshua Noone is picked up at the gate by his mother, Molly Noone, at Newberry Estate. Young families find the social
amenities and residential services convenient for their busy lifestyles.
By CHARLOTTE BARTIZEK
Dallas Post Correspondent
Resident/owners at Newberry Estate can enjoy golf, tennis and
swimming and have the luxury of perfectly-maintained grounds
and security in clustered condominium sites.
There are pool parties in the summer and the residents can par-
ticipate in all the activities as part of their ownership. The public
can join and enjoy the pool, tennis and golf facilities through the
Newberry Estate Country Club which offers supervised summer
programs for children, social events for parents and families, and
golf and tennis lessons.
Living here is so very
scenic and beautiful.
There is a feeling of
tranquility and beauty
here.
Iris Levy
Newberry Estate resident
Newberry Estate, a resident-owned gated community in the Back
Mountain, offers a woodland setting and amenities like golf, tennis
and swimming.
Jim Rhoden prepares to tee off on the first par 3 hole at Newberry
Estate. Resident owners and the Back Mountain community can
enjoy golf tennis and swimming at the Newberry Country Club.
Misericordia University
student Terrance Murgallis
is helping to make a differ-
ence for a group that can of-
ten be overlooked. Murgallis,
along with fellow student
Marybeth Rissinger, have
founded the first stuttering
support group in Northeast
Pennsylvania.
All three students are
sophomores in Speech and
Language Pathology at Mi-
sericordia. And all three stut-
ter.
The support group will be
the first of its kind in the area
and is unique compared to
traditional stuttering sup-
port groups because Murgal-
liss group will not be run by
doctors or professionals at-
tempting to teach tech-
niques. This group will be
open forum, public and will
offer a chance for participa-
nts to help one another.
Murgallis, 19, has stuttered
his entire life. He attended
speech therapy in preschool,
but never realized anything
was wrong until he started
elementary school. He re-
members being mocked for
his stutter while in first and
second grades. He recalls
children imitating him when
they would say his name. As
he got older, though, the bul-
lying eased up.
Every once in a while in
high school, a kid would be a
jerk, said Murgallis. But it
didnt bother me by then.
In March 2010, Murgallis
visited the speech therapy
program at Misericordia.
There, he met with instruc-
tor Dr. Glen Tellis, a special-
ist in stuttering. It was after
that meeting Murgallis knew
what he would do after grad-
uation.
But first, he had a personal
challenge to face. He was
chosen as one of nine vale-
dictorians for the Meyers
High School Class of 2011.
This meant a public speech.
He admitted being scared,
but added, I owed it to my-
self.
After learning specialized
techniques from Dr. Tellis,
Murgallis decided to take the
speech a step further by vol-
unteering to deliver the
opening speech and led the
class of 2011 in the Pledge of
Allegiance.
Murgallis practiced tech-
niques to stop himself from
blocking, the long pause that
stutterers develop as a de-
fense to keep themselves
from repeating syllables or
sounds. Instead of repeating,
which in Murgalliss case was
mocked by his peers, stutter-
ers teach themselves to
block the sound.
After jumping that hurdle,
he learned breathing tech-
niques that help to open the
vocal folds, making it easier
to produce the desired
sound. Murgallis admitted
that the air flow techniques
are difficult because a stut-
terer really needs to think
about their breathing, but
they did help him.
Ive been fortunate to
make a lot of progress, he
said.
Murgallis wrote his vale-
dictorian speech about his
struggles with stuttering.
His favorite phrase from his
speech was, Anyone can do
anything if they persevere.
He remembers the crowd ap-
plauding.
It gave me a lot of confi-
dence and a lot of vindica-
tion, he admitted.
After graduation, Murgal-
lis had faith in himself and in
his ability. But it wasnt until
starting college that he met
another person with a stut-
ter. That is why the students
formed the stuttering sup-
port group. Initially, it was
just for students, but the
founders decided to open the
meetings to anyone who stut-
ters.
Its important for you to
know youre not alone, Mur-
gallis said. Thats how I felt
before coming here.
I feel for them because
most people take being able
to speak coherently for
granted, he added.
Murgallis is now a sopho-
more at Misericordia and
knows he is on the right path.
Ive always wanted to help;
he said. It would be reward-
ing to help people talk.
Their experiences lead to first-ever stutter group
Terrance Murgallis is one of the
founding students of the first
Stuttering Support Group in
the area.
By MEGAN SCHNEIDER
For The Dallas Post
Support group meetings are scheduled for 7 p.m. every other Monday
in the lobby of Passan Hall on the campus of Misericordia University.
The open floor style meeting is meant for stutterers to help each other
undo emotional damage and provide a comfortable place where they
will know they are not alone.
M O R E I N F O
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Back Mountain Boy Scout Troops 155 of Trucksville and 281 of Dallas recently cooperated in
the completion of the BSA Cycling Merit Badge. Knowledge of PA bike laws, bicycle mainte-
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Civil War Roundtable
meets Dec. 13
The Wyoming Valley Civil
War Roundtable will meet at 7
p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 13 in the
lower level of the Daddow-
Isaacs American Legion, 730
Memorial Highway, Dallas.
A Show and Tell for mem-
bers and guests will be held.
Participants are asked to bring
items or stories of ancestors
who were in the Civil War or
other things of interest.
Everyone is also asked to
bring a treat to be shared at the
holiday party. This will be the
groups last meeting until
March.
For more information, call
John at 675-8936.
Philharmonic plans
holiday concert
Northeastern Pennsylvania
Philharmonic will perform its
annual Holiday POPS concerts
at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15 at
the F.M. Kirby Center for the
Performing Arts in Wilkes-
Barre.
Ticket prices for this family
friendly holiday concert range
from $29-$60. Student tickets
are $15.
For additional information
and to purchase tickets, please
call the Philharmonic Ticket
Hotline at 270-4444.
Santa Christmas
Party slated
The Harveys Lake Borough
Homecoming Committee and
Lakeside Skillet are sponsoring
a Santa Christmas Party from1
to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15 at
the Lakeside Skillet restaurant,
Pole 280.
The party is open to children
birgt to 12 years of age. Santa
will be there and there will be
refreshments and prizes.
Reservations can be made by
Dec. 10 by calling Marsha at
639-5603 or Mayor Clarence
Hogan at 793-5187.
Players plan
holiday show
The Music Box Players will
perform the holiday classic, Its
A Wonderful Life the Live Radio
Play Thursdays through Sun-
days through Dec. 16 at the
Music Box Dinner Playhouse,
196 Hughes St., Swoyersville.
For reservations, call 283-
2195.
Jackson Twp.
childrens party
A childrens Christmas party
will be held at 1 p.m. on Sunday,
Dec. 16 at the Jackson Twp.
Volunteer Fire Dept, 1160 Chase
Road, Jackson Twp.
Township children are invited
to visit with Santa and enjoy
refreshments.
Franklin Twp.
Fire Co. plans party
The Franklin Township Volun-
teer Fire Company will host its
annual childrens Christmas
party on Sunday, Dec. 16 at the
fire hall, 329 Orange Road.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will
arrive by firetruck at 2 p.m. after
they tour the neighborhoods
looking for good little boys and
girls. The fire company will
provide light refreshments.
There will be face painting and
crafts.
For more information, call
333-5970.
Breakfast buffet set
The Noxen Volunteer Fire Co.
will hold a breakfast buffet from
8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, Dec.
16 at the fire hall, Stull Road.
Price is $8 for adults and $4
for children under 12 years of
age.
Patrons can support the Nox-
en Food Pantry by bring a non-
perishable food item. Every
donor will receive a raffle ticket
for a turkey.
C I V I C B RI E F S
The Gift returns
Back Mountain Harvest As-
sembly presents its annual
outdoor Christmas musical,
The Gift, at 6 and 8 p.m. on
Friday, Dec. 14 and Saturday,
Dec. 15; and at 6 p.m. on Sun-
day, Dec. 16 at the church, 340
Carverton Road, Trucksville.
Live animals, such as camels,
horses, sheep and goats will all
be part of the show which fea-
tures new choreography and
original music this year.
Free play at Sweet
Valley church
A free Christmas drama entit-
led 3 Guys Write a Christmas
Play will be held at 7 p.m. on
Dec. 14 and 15 at the Sweet
Valley Church of Christ, 5439
Main Road.
For more information, call
477-2320.
Apostolic Faith
plans Christmas play
Apostolic Faith Tabernacle,
536 Village Road, Orange, will
present its annual Christmas
play, Coming Home for Christ-
mas at 6 p.m. on Dec. 15. The
drama is about a family caught
up in the care of life coming
home for Christmas.
Admission is free with re-
freshments being served in the
fellowship hall.
For more information, call
333-5172.
Candlelight Service
scheduled
A Christmas Candlelight
Communion Service will be
held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 19 at the
Sweet Valley Church of Christ,
5439 Main Road, Sweet Valley.
For more information, call
477-2320.
Church plans
Hymn Sing
Community Bible Church of
Sweet Valley is holding a
Christmas Hymn Sing at 1:30
p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 23 at the
church, 5390 Main Road, Sweet
Valley.
Loyalville church
lists services
Two services of worship will
be held on Christmas Eve, Dec.
24 at Loyalville United Metho-
dist Church, Loyalville Road,
Lake Township.
An afternoon service will
begin at 1 p.m. and an evening
service will be offered at 8 p.m.
Traditional hymns and the good
news of Christs birth will be
shared at both services.
A meal will be served at the
church on Christmas Day, Dec.
25. For information, call the
church at 477-3521.
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hannock died Saturday, Nov. 31,
2012, in Regional Hospital of
Scranton.
He was born in Sayre on Oct.
19, 1952, was a 1970 graduate of
Tunkhannock High School and
attended Kings College. He was
the owner of Gary Bluhm Real
Estate and the Endless Moun-
tains Exterminating Co. in Tunk-
hannock.
He served as mayor of Tunk-
hannock for several years and
was a PIAA referee for basket-
ball. He was a former member of
Temple Lodge #248 F&AM of
Tunkhannock, Irem Temple
Shrine, Shadowbrook and Irem
Temple Country Club, Tunkhan-
nock Kiwanis Club and Triton
Hose Co. No. 1.
Surviving are his mother, Ma-
ry Kreichbaum Blumh, of Tunk-
hannock; a son, Michael, of Lake
Winola; daughter, Kellie Jo, of
Jermyn; brothers, Jeffery, of
Tunkhannock; David, of Hones-
dale; sister, Karen Brown, Tunk-
hannock; four grandchildren;
one great-granddaughter; nieces
and nephews.
Memorial donations to a dia-
betes Association of the donors
choice.
BOLINSKI - Stephen S., of
Thorny Apple Road, Hunlock
Creek, died unexpectedly.
He was born Jan. 9, 1954, in
Sault Sainte Marie, Mich., and
was formerly employed by Vol-
unteers of America, Wilkes-
Barre. He was currently employ-
ed by Veritas Medical ReviewSo-
lutions, Wilkes-Barre.
He was a member of St. There-
ses Church, Shavertown.
He and his wife, the former
Kathy OMalley Bolinski, cele-
brated their 31st wedding anni-
versary Oct. 10, 2012.
Surviving are his mother,
Catherine Maxwell Bolinski; his
wife, the former Kathy OMalley,
with whom he celebrated his
31st wedding anniversary on
Oct. 10; his brother, Harveys
Lake; sister, Jeanine Pysniak, Ha-
nover Township; nephews and a
niece.
Memorial donations to St.
Thereses Church, Shavertown.
DANGELO - Sister Maria Jo-
sephine, RSM, a member of the
Mid-Atlantic Community of the
Sisters of Mercy, died Tuesday,
Nov. 27, 2012, at Mercy Center in
Dallas.
She was born March 19, 1924,
in Philadelphia, graduated from
the South Philadelphia High
School for girls and obtained her
bachelors degree fromMoore In-
stitute of Art in Philadelphia,
and a masters in fine art from
Notre Dame.
She entered the Sisters of Mer-
cy on Sept. 8, 1948, and took her
vows March12, 1951. She was as-
signed to Mount Aloysius. She
was recognized by the Southern
Alleghenies Museum of Art with
its Service to the Arts Award for
her impact on the development
of Art in the region.
Surviving are her sister, Patri-
cia Schneider, of Deerfield
Beach, Fla.; brothers, Joseph, of
Bradenton, Fla.; John, of War-
rington; and the Sisters of Mer-
cy.
Memorial donations to the
General Scholarship Fund at
Mount Aloysius College, 7373
Admiral Peary Highway, Cres-
son, PA 16630 or Mercy Center,
PO Box 370, Dallas, PA 18612.
GILROY - Dorothy A., of Mo-
rio Drive, Tunkhannock, died
Monday, Nov. 26, 2012, at Tyler
Memorial Hospital, Tunkhan-
nock.
She was born in Wilkes-Barre
on April 21, 1944, and was em-
ployed in housekeeping at Tyler
Memorial Hospital, Tunkhan-
nock.
Surviving are sons, Michael
and Richard Sr., of Tunkhan-
nock; brother, Bernard Kinsley,
of Dushore; sisters, Catherine
Saxer, of Wyalusing; Elizabeth
Shaffer, of Dushore; Beverly Ri-
chards, of Rockland, Mass.; Jean
Zielger, of Burlington; and Wan-
da Manoogian, of Halifax, Mass.;
10 grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
Memorial donations to the
Wyoming County Cancer Socie-
ty, PO Box 629, Tunkhannock,
PA 18657.
KOVAL - Anthony (Tony) Sr.,
81, of Dallas, died Saturday, Nov.
17, 2012, at the Wilkes-Barre
General Hospital.
He was born Jan. 27, 1931, in
Plains Township and was a grad-
uate of Plains High School, class
of 1948. Prior to retirement, he
was employed as an engineer for
Procter& Gamble. Most recent-
ly, he owned and operated res-
taurants in the Poconos, The Co-
lonade, Pagoda and Anthonys
Steak and Seahouse.
Surviving are children, Blaise,
Alyson Kolojejchick and Antho-
ny Jr.; two grandchildren; a sis-
ter, Sylvia Campbell; former
wife, Rosemary Casper Koval;
nieces and nephews.
Memorial donations to the
Blue Chip Animal Rescue and
No Kill Shelter, 971 Lockville
Road, Dallas.
KRISTULA - Anna, 91, former-
ly of Dupont and a resident of
Ethels Country Lane PCH,
Tunkhannock, died Wednesday,
Nov. 28 2012, at Ethels Country
Lane PCH, Tunkhannock.
She was born in Pittston Junc-
tion on June 291921, was a mem-
ber of Holy Mother of Sorrows
Polish National Church, Dupont,
and a former member of the La-
dies Adoration Society.
Surviving are two sons, Mar-
tin, Millsboro, Del.; and Michael,
Suscon; daughter, Anne Hastie,
Tunkhannock; nine grandchil-
dren; 10 great-grandchildren;
nieces and nephews.
Memorial donations to Asera
Care Hospice, 749 Northern
Blvd., Clarks Summit, PA 18411.
KUBASTI - Mary, 96, of Dal-
las, died Monday, Nov. 26, 2012,
at Riverstreet Manor, Wilkes-
Barre.
She was born in Swoyersville
on September 19, 1916 and was a
lifelong resident of Dallas.
Prior to her retirement, she
was employed by General Cigar
Manufacturing, Luzerne. She
was a member of the Gate of
Heaven Church, Dallas.
Surviving are her children,
John, Jr., Shavertown; and Mary
Michaels, Berkley Springs, W.
Va.; brothers, George Ondish,
Dallas; and Peter Ondish, Ocala,
Fla.; sisters, Ann Plesnar and He-
len Kamont, both of Dallas; five
grandchildren and several great-
grandchildren.
LANDMESSER - Barry R., 71,
of Shavertown, died Nov. 26,
2012, at Wilkes-Barre General
Hospital.
He was born April 4, 1941, and
was a life resident of the Back
Mountain. He was a graduate of
Wyoming Seminary in Kingston
and attended Penn State Univer-
sity and Luzerne County Com-
munity College.
Barry owned and operated an
International Harvester dealer-
ship and then, for 19 years, own-
ed and operated L&WCreations,
a jewelry distribution business.
He was a member of the Ge-
orge M. Dallas Lodge F & AM
and of the Irem Shriners of Dal-
las.
Surviving are a niece and a ne-
phew.
Memorial donations to Blue
Chip Farms Animal Refuge, 74
Lockville Road, Dallas, PA18612.
PIPER - Georgette (Parry), a
guest at the United Methodist
Home, Tunkhannock, died there
on Monday, Nov. 26, 2012.
She was born in Chester on
May 3, 1920. She volunteered as
a tutor for R.S.V.P. at St. Mi-
chaels School for Boys begin-
ning in 1979. She received the
Mary E. Dreisbach Memorial
award for distinguished commu-
nity service in 1995.
She served on the altar guild
at St. Peters Episcopal Church
and was a member of the Tunk-
hannock Chapter 74 Order of
Eastern Star.
Surviving are a daughter, Faith
Conklin, of Wake Forrest, N.C.;
two grandchildren; five great-
grandchildren.
Memorial donations to Sacred
Heart Hospice, 600 Baltimore
Drive, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702.
SCHILLING - Jason A., 18, of
Dallas, died from injuries sus-
tained in an automobile accident
Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, on Car-
penter Road, Dallas.
Born Jan. 4, 1994 in Trucks-
ville, he was a life resident of the
Back Mountain. He attended
Dallas Elementary and Middle
Schools and was a 2012 graduate
of Dallas High School. He was
enrolled at Luzerne County
Community College, Nanticoke,
and employed at Hoppys Pizza,
Dallas.
He was about to begin employ-
ment at Jack Frost/Big Boulder
Ski Resort in the Terrain Park,
Carbon County.
He played ice hockey for the
Pocono Pirates and the Back
Mountain Ice Hockey Club and
was a member of the Dallas High
School baseball team.
Jason volunteered at the St.
Vincent de Paul Kitchen, Jack-
son Street, Wilkes-Barre, and the
Meadows Nursing Center, Dal-
las.
Surviving are his parents,
James J. and Susan J. Pentrack
Schilling; his brother, Stephen
T.; grandparents, Dennis A. and
Carol Pentrack, Johnstown;
aunts, uncles and cousins
Memorial donations to the St.
Vincent de Paul Kitchen, 39 E.
Jackson St., Wilkes-Barre, PA
18702.
WEBB - Amy Lyn (Pouser),
63, of Dallas, died Thursday,
Nov. 29, 2012, at her home.
She was born April 30, 1949, in
Binghamton, N.Y., graduated
from Wyoming Seminary and
Wilkes University with a teach-
ing degree. She taught for many
years until the birth of her son in
1992.
Surviving are her husband,
Harmon Webb Jr. of Dallas; her
son, Scott, of Dallas; stepdaugh-
ters, Jennifer Rossi, of Mountain
Top; Christine Orluk, of Avoca;
four grandchildren; several neph-
ews; and her brother, Richard
Pouser, of Bangor.
O B I T U A R I E S
Misericordia University
will honor Sister Therese Ma-
rie Marques, RSM, of Shaver-
town, executive director of
the Catherine McAuley Cen-
ter, by presenting her with
the esteemed Mother Cathe-
rine McAuley Medal at the
Universitys second annual
winter commencement cere-
mony at 2 p.m. on Sunday,
Dec. 16 in the Anderson
Sports and Health Center on
campus.
The McAuley Medal is the
universitys highest honor. It
recognizes significant service
to the institution and to the
values to which it aspires.
A native of Georgetown,
Guyana, Sister Marques had
an aunt who was a Sister of
Mercy and attended Sisters of
Mercy-sponsored schools
while growing up. She made
the decision to enter the reli-
gious community in 1958 and
immigrated to the United
States to enroll at Misericor-
dia for her academic and reli-
gious training.
She graduated in 1963 with
a bachelors degree in French
and a minor in English. She
later earned a Master of Arts
degree in English and Amer-
ican Literature and a Master
of Science degree in human
resources administration,
both from The University of
Scranton.
Sister Marques began her
career as a teacher of adult
students at Misericordia and
also taught at Catholic high
schools in Wilkes-Barre, Ply-
mouth and Freeland.
After determining that her
personal mission was to help
those most in need, she re-
turned to her homeland of
Guyana in 1966 as a teacher at
the high school she attended,
St. Joseph High School in Ge-
orgetown. She was named
principal in 1971 and served
in that capacity until 1984.
While in Guyana, she was
appointed a council member
and subsequently took on the
leadership role as coordinator
of the Community of the Sis-
ters of Mercy, Guyana. She
later was named chief execu-
tive officer of St. Joseph Mer-
cy Hospital, also in George-
town.
She returned to the Wyom-
ing Valley in 1989 where she
took the position of educa-
tional coordinator and later
director of educational and li-
brary services at the Sisters of
Mercy-run Mercy Hospital,
Wilkes-Barre.
She was named executive
director of the Catherine
McAuley Center, Scranton, in
1995, upon the retirement of
founder, Sister Anne Paye,
RSM.
The Catherine McAuley
Center was established in
Scranton in 1984 as a single
guest home for women and
children. Under the leader-
ship of Sister Marques, it has
expanded and today it is rec-
ognized as a vital resource for
the community, providing
seven safe and drug-free facil-
ities for single, low-income
women and women with chil-
dren in Luzerne and Lacka-
wanna counties. There is also
a transitional living center
the Catherine McAuley
House in Plymouth.
Sister Therese Marie Marques
will receive the McAuley Medal
Sister Therese Marie Marques,
RSM, executive director of the
Catherine McAuley Center, will
receive Misericordia Universi-
tys highest honor for service,
the esteemed Mother Cathe-
rine McAuley Medal, at the
universitys second annual
winter commencement cere-
mony on Sunday, Dec. 16.
A Christmas Love Con-
cert by the Wilkes-Barre
Chapter, Barbershop Harmo-
ny society will be presented
at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 16
at St. Nicholas Catholic
Church, 226 S. Washington
St., Wilkes-Barre.
The concert will feature the
Wyoming Valley Harmony
Chorus, Sounds Abount Quar-
tet, the GAR Young Men in
Harmony, the Dallas Middle
School Barbershop ensemble,
several surprise presentations
and door prizes.
Tickets are $5 each and
available from chorus mem-
bers and at the door.
For more information, call
287-2476.
Barbershoppers plan holiday show
Planning a Christmas Love Concert by the Wilkes-Barre Chapter
Barbershop Harmony Society are, from left, Phillip Brown, Sha-
vertown, assistant chorus director; and Raymond Patsko, Wilkes-
Barre, chorus director.
Senior Citizens Centers sponsored by
the Area Agency onAgingfor Luzerne and
Wyoming Counties offer hot noon meals
Monday throughFriday to people 60 years
of age or older. Donations from participa-
nts are gratefully accepted and needed in
order to expand this program.
The following is the menu for the week
of Dec. 10:
MONDAY: Roast beef, gravy, peas and
carrots, parsley boiled potatoes, whole
wheat dinner roll, cranberry apple crisp,
margarine, milk and coffee.
TUESDAY: Oven-fried chicken, sweet
potatoes, creamed cabbage, cornbread,
peach pie, margarine, milk and coffee.
WEDNESDAY: Beef cabbage, mashed
potatoes, vegetable medley, whole wheat
dinner roll, Oreo pudding parfait, marga-
rine, milk and coffee.
THURSDAY: Bag lunch - Pastrami on
marbled rye with lettuce and tomato,
mayo and mustard on side, coleslaw cup
and milk.
FRIDAY: Baked pork chop, sauted cab-
bage and onion, buttered noodles, rye
bread, sugar cookie, cinnamon apple-
sauce, margarine, milk and coffee.
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YOUR SPACE
20 YEARS AGO - 1992
The Lake-Lehman High
School Band again set a new re-
cord at the Atlantic Coast Cham-
pionship Tournament of Bands
Competition held at the Lacka-
wanna County Multi-Purpose
Stadiumat Montage last month.
Lake-Leh-
man is the
first band in
the 20 year
history of
ACC com-
petition to
win 8 titles.
It was also
the seventh consecutive win, an-
other accomplishment no other
band has ever done. Along with
the Group II title, the band also
won specialty awards for Best
Percussion, Best Music and best
Woodwinds.
30 YEARS AGO - 1982
Association of Trinity United
Presbyterian Church in Dallas
recently entertained at a Christ-
mas Tea. Featuredat the Tea was
the singing group The Meadow
Larks fromthe Meadows inDal-
las under the direction of Don
Williams. Planning committee
members for the Tea were: Bar-
bara Barakat, Meryl Davis, Ra-
chael Hale, Mary Moses and
Catherine Bolinski.
Dallas IntermediateSchool re-
cently held a Foul Shooting Con-
test. Finalists were: Heather
Langdon, first place winner; Sue
Wells, first runner up; Jay Che-
rup and Phillip George.
40 YEARS AGO - 1972
Eleven Dallas High School se-
niors were hostesses of a formal
dinner-dance last Friday night.
Theyare: Barbara Schaeffer, Car-
ol Britt, Jan Bigelow, Patricia
Rosnick, Nan Pfeiffer, Carol Sip-
ple, Patti VanEtten, Brenda Gel-
schleichter, MindyBloomer, Ma-
rilyn Miller and Julie Evans.
Scott Neyhard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Skyles Neyhard of Trucks-
ville, and Robert Baird, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baird of
Trucksville, received their Eagle
Scout Awards at a Court of Hon-
or held at the Educational Build-
ing of the Trucksville United
Methodist Church.
50 YEARS AGO - 1962
Kiwanis honored Dallas Area
High School football team, West
Side Conference champions, at
the weekly meeting last night.
Speaker was James Moran,
Coach of Kings College football
team, and the entire Dallas team
was there.
Three members of Trinity
Youth fellowship, Beth Pillarel-
la, BethBurkert andSarahBobo,
attended a two-day Youth Fel-
lowship Rally of Lackawanna
Presbyterian last week. They
were guests in the homes of
Westminster Presbyterian
Church families in Scranton.
60 YEARS AGO - 1952
Back Mountain Town and
Country Y.M.C.A. added three
new board members to its offi-
cial roster at their meeting inthe
Headquarters Building in Sha-
vertown on Tuesday evening.
The new members were an-
nounced by Chairman L.W. Le-
Grand as Dr. Carl E. Hontz, Rev.
Robert d. Yost and Herbert A.
Smith Jr.
The Senior Class of Lake-Nox-
enHighSchool will present their
senior play entitled, DANGER-
Willie at Work tonight. Richard
Patton is playing the leading
role. Other members of the cast
are: Jessie Armitage, Virginia
Price, Carol Bialogowicz, Nancy
MacMillan, Shirley MacMillan,
Thelma Burkhardt, Frances Ste-
fanowicz, Joyce Martin, Ernest
Phillips, Carl Gailey and Robert
Engelman.
70 YEARS AGO - 1942
Fred M. Kiefer was elected
president and Fred Hughey was
made vice president at the reor-
ganization meeting of the Dallas
Township Board Tuesday night.
Donald Coughlin was retained
as solicitor.
The State Liquor Control
Board has approved the applica-
tion of Robert Hislop Jr., for the
transfer of his liquor license
fromthe Dallas Inntohis newlo-
cation in the Tally-Ho Grille on
Main Street. Opposition to the
transfer developedwhena group
of local citizens disapproved the
location of two liquor places on
Main Street.
Information for Only Yester-
day is taken fromback copies of
The Dallas Post which is 121
years ago. The information here
is printed exactly as it originally
appeared.
ONLY
YESTERDAY
By Samantha Weaver
It was British biologist and author Richard Dawkins who made
the following sage observation: When two opposite points of view
are expressed with equal intensity, the truth does not necessarily lie
exactly halfway between them. It is possible for one side to be simply
wrong.
If youre like 20 percent of American women, you think your feet
are too big.
Did you ever wonder why we say, I smell a rat when we sense
that something is amiss? The phrase dates back to a time before
effective means of pest control, when it was not uncommon for a
home to be infested by rodents. If a rat died inside a wall, the resi-
dents wouldnt be aware of it until the smell of the decaying body
became noticeable.
If youd like to have a festive New Years Eve but dont want to
deal with the crowds in New York City for the iconic ball drop, consid-
er heading to Mount Olive, N.C. Every year the town hosts a cele-
bration in which a 3-foot lighted pickle is dropped into a barrel at
midnight.
Ancient Romans believed that a sneeze was the bodys way of
expelling evil spirits that caused disease. Thus, if one tried to sup-
press a sneeze, it was regarded as an invitation to illness and death.
The 14-foot model of the Starship Enterprise that was used dur-
ing shooting of the original Star Trek series is now displayed in the
Smithsonian.
S T R A N G E B U T T R U E
W H AT I S YO U R FAV O R I T E T E L E V I S I O N S H O W ?
All football and
sports shows, espe-
cially the Steelers.
Theyre doing fair but
could be better.
George Ondish
Dallas
I like westerns, the
Godfather and come-
dy but theres very
little of it on TV.
Vivian Ondish
Dallas
I like American Pick-
er. I like seeing all the
old stuff to see what
its really worth.
Mike Rolllman
Shavertown
NCIS, a Navy crimi-
nal investigative ser-
vice. A detective ser-
vice, I go for that.
Val Rothrock
Shavertown
Inkmasters. Its
about up and coming
tattoo design artists. I
like to see who has
the coolest ones.
Corey Monk
Trucksville
Right now Nashville.
Its about two country
singers, one young
and one old, trying to
find their way through
life.
Elizabeth Stanton
Harveys Lake
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E D I T O R I A L
www.mydallaspost.com
The History Channel
On Dec. 16, 1811, the great-
est series of earthquakes in
U.S. history begins in the Mis-
sissippi River Valley near New
Madrid, Mo., when a quake of
an estimated 8.6 magnitude
slams the region. The earth-
quake raised and lowered parts
of the Mississippi Valley by as
much as 15 feet and changed
the course of the Mississippi
River.
On Dec. 10, 1915, the one-
millionth Ford car rolls off the
assembly line at the River
Rouge plant in Detroit. Be-
tween 1908 and 1927, Ford sold
more than 15 million Model Ts
in all; they initially cost $850
(about $20,000 in todays dol-
lars).
On Dec. 11, 1946, the Unit-
ed Nations votes to establish
the United Nations Interna-
tional Childrens Emergency
Fund (UNICEF) to provide re-
lief and support to children.
Only two countries have failed
to ratify the treaty - Somalia
and the United States.
On Dec. 15, 1973, Sandy
Hawley becomes the first jock-
ey to win 500 races in a single
year. Hawley achieved his his-
toric win aboard Charlie Jr., in
the third race at Marylands
Laurel Park race track.
On Dec. 12, 1989, hotel
magnate Leona Helmsley re-
ceives a four-year prison sen-
tence, 750 hours of community
service and a $7.1 million tax
fraud fine in New York.
M O M E N T S I N T I M E
MikeOBrien, Tuxandstar play-
ers from the Wilkes-Barre/Scran-
tonPenguinshockeyteamwilltake
part in a Christmas reading pro-
gramat theBackMountainMemo-
rial Library.
All agesarewelcometoattendat
5p.m. onTuesday, Dec.18. Spaceis
limitedsofamilies areaskedtocall
the library at 675-1182 to reserve
seats.
The players will talk to the fam-
ilies about the importance of read-
ing, about being a teamplayer and
about their careers as professional
hockeyplayers. Tuxwillthenenter-
tain the children with his antics as
theplayers readtothechildren.
WearyourSantacaps, bringyour
memorabilia to be signed and get
readytohavesomefunreadingand
singingwiththePenguins.
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins mascot Tux is shown here with
Ben Carpenter, of Shavertown, a past story hour participant, who
enjoyed last years program at the Back Mountain Memorial Li-
brary.
Tux will visit library
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announces the Senior High
School Honor Roll for the first
marking period of the 2012-2013
academic year.
The honor roll is determined by
the following: Honors with Dis-
tinction; 98 100, no Cs, Ds, or
Fs; First Honors: 93 - 97, no Ds or
Fs; Second Honors; 88 - 92, no
Ds or Fs.
HONORS WITH
DISTINCTION
SENIORS
Evonna Ackourey
Chloe Alles
Alyssa Belskis
Bridget Boyle
Christopher Colacito
Blake Donovan,
Tanner Englehart
Megan Fleming
Jessica Hiscox
Taylor Hodle
Luisa Klemm
Merissa Konnick
Christopher Lafratte
Joshua McEntee
Alyssa Menzel
Katherine Metcalf
Taylor Newhart
Krysti Oschal
Gates Palissery
Andrea Parmelee
Sarah Payne
Rebecca Schnable
Olivia Sod
Brian Stepniak
Tyler Tuck
Marcus Wagner
Jamie Wise
Danna Yu
Ryan Zapoticky
JUNIORS
Emily Blessner
Decklan Cerza
Lauren Charney
Kristi Culp
Magdalena Fannick
Amber Habib
Sara Hudak
Kelly Jacobs
Leonard Javick
Patrick Madaya
Amanda Martin
Connor Martinez
David Matcho
Erin Muldoon
Andrew Nardone
Samuel Reinert
Regan Rome
Michelle Thompson
Kayla Wanek
Taryn Weaver
Stephen Wempa
Haley Wilcox
Krista Zimmerman
Samantha Zimniski
SOPHOMORES
Dorian Anderson
Madalyn Bozinski
Nicholas Conway
Erik Dyrli
Aleksey Gitelson
Lindsey Jacobs
Kelsey Karasinski
Connor Koscelansky
Ryan Marshall
Olivia Musto
Kajal Patel
Jonathan Sabatini
Grace Schaub
Ashley Strazdus
Talia Szatkowski
Christina Valenti
Tara Zukosky
FRESHMEN
Mohammad Abualburak
Rebecca Andrews
Christopher Biesecker
Andrew Chupka
Catherine Dillon
Alexa Dosiak
Tanner Gattuso
Lauren Hudak
Michael Kovalick
Angelo Kwak
Jillian Kwak
Michelle Leonard
Rachel Luke
Ryan Martin
Ruby Mattson
Michaela OConnell
Marlena Ostrowski
Megan Parsons
Grant Payne
Jacob Roberts
Kathryn Roberts
Alexandra Rome
Janelle Sherman
Kathryn Snedeker
Krista Vivian
Emilee Zawatski
FIRST HONORS
SENIORS
Bryan Biesecker
Miranda Biesecker
Logan Bullock
Caitlin Cameron
Michael Carey
Colin Casto
Maria Chielli
Anna Chinikaylo
Ronald Chupka
Christie Conway
Paige Cuba
Rebecca Darling
Dante DeAngelo
Dominic DeGraba
James Delpriore
Deidre Deluca,
Laura Dewitt
Matthew Diaco
James Duffy
Ashley Dunbar
Kristian Dyrli
John Emil
Amanda Foote
Nicole Giampietro
Morgan Gilhooley
Brian Goyne
Allison Grose
Clara Grube
Dylan Hertel
Alyssa Horvath
Abigail Hunter
Lauren Jones
Nathan Kish
Ryan Kozloski
Richard Luksic
Tess Macarty
Zachary Macosky
Mary Manganello
Katherine Marianacci
Stephen Mingey
Jenna Morgan
John P. Murray
Steven Nave
Meghan OBrien
Rachel Olszewski
David Payne
Jillian Payne
Michael Podskoch
Cara Pricher
Megan Redlich
Francois Ross
Michael Ryan
Brandon Scott
Courtney Sickel
Jason Simonovich
Danielle Spencer
William Stoss
Jonathan Strausser
Abrianna Tolomello
Cary Vailes
Kendra Vanesko
Skylar Velazco
Kyle Williams
Jennifer Yannuzzi
Eric Yurko
Eric Zawatski
JUNIORS
Omar Abualburak
Nell Adams
Lily Amadio
Allison Amos
Britnee Atherholt
Casey Barrett
Abigail Berger
Rosario Bevevino
Olivia Birdsall
Lauren Butruce
Dana Capitano
Jennifer Cave
Thomas Christman
Marcus Claflin
Drew Cohen
Kathryn Comitz
Stephanie Cybulski
Jenna Davis
Kelsie Davis
Dominic Deluca
Bethany Dennis
Elizabeth Dillon
Bryanna Dissinger
Brenden Ehret
Catherine Gawlas
Patrick Gelso
Ryan Georgetti
Drew Harding
Jared Hoats
Frank Hullihen
Taylor Kelley
Sarah Kerdesky
Alexandra Klinges
Peter Kuritz
Gurmail Mathon
Bryce Mattston
Erin Michael
Samantha Missal
Bryan Morgan
Patrick Newhart
Emma Niznik
Mason Palissery
Vincenzo Parente
Michael Pierce
Amanda Rando
Natasha Rostova
Peter Shaver
Jillian Simon
Sarah Smith
William Spare
Michael Stachnik
Nigel Stearns
Joseph Steve
Jacqueline Sutton
Nora Tidey
Cortlyn Van Deutsch
Joshua Weaver
Khadayah Whitaker
Madison Ziemba
SOPHOMORES
Jesteen Adams
Emily Banta
James Baut
Peter Baut
Abigail Bendick
Amy Bolton
Sarah Boyd
Jacob Bozentka
Alexandra Bruch
Jeremy Burton
Brian Butler
Katie Conrad
Gabriella Darbenzio
Michael Davis
Brian Drouse
Mallory Faux
Allen Fell
Melissa Fleming
Caitlin Gill
Jesse Goode
Cheyanne Gray
Haley Haddle
Anthony Huntington
Caylee Irvin
Amandeep Kaur
Sydney Kern
Owen Kiluk
Michael Kusma
Elizabeth Kutza
William Luksic
Luke Matusiak
Aidan McLaughlin
Kellie Meehan
Maria Mendizabal
Devin Michalec
Alexandra Milligan
Kelsey Monahan
Alexis Murdoch
Milan Novak
Michael Olenginski
Alexandria Olson
Jessica OMalley
Lindsey Oremus
Anthony Pace
Madison Perez
Eric Pincofski
Kyle Radzewicz
James Rinehart
Lia Ruggerio
David Schnable
Amanda Schwerdtman
Allyson Sebolka
Michael Shutlock
Samantha Starbuck
Kayla Stearn
Caroline Thomas
Dylan Thomas
Courtney Wagner
Joanna Wallace
Kassandra Weeks
Brittany Weinstein
David West
Jonathan Wilson
FRESHMEN
Saleem Abualburak
Maria Ansilio
Kyle Archer
Emily Atiyeh
Brendan Balara
Lia Barbacci
Joseph Blaine
Catherine Blankensop
Jessica Blat
Jessica Bowden
Brielle Brace
Anthony Brominski
Lorenzo Buchhalter
Jacob Buda
Julie Butwin
Peter Capitano
Danielle Caputo
Maura Chappell
Noah Cote
Anthony Deluca
Lauren Dottor
Tayler Dove
Mariana Dymond
Timothy Elston
Madison Evans
Chase Feeney
John Fessler
Lauren Finnegan
Joseph Fiorello
Joshua Frankevich
Devon Gerstein
Anna Giacometti
Tabitha Grabowski
Tabbytha Greene
Kathryn Grose
Makayla Guzzo
Rachel Healey
Courtney Hoats
Alexis Hockenberry
Madeline Jones
Madison Kaminski
Katie Kapral
Morgan Kapral
Kaitlyn Kochanski
Kyleigh Kravits
Jared Krawetz
Caitlyn Landau
Samantha Lanunziata
John Luksic
Stephanie Lyons
Connor Macarty
Robert Martin
Andrew Matcho
Sukhmail Mathon
Daniel Mingey
Connor Motley
Adam Niznik
Justin Novitski
David Oley
Samantha Pollick
Julia Ramirez
Samantha Rinehimer
Jacob Ross
Jackson Shaver
Charles Siegel
Griffin Stone
Jayson Strausser
Justin Sweeney
Brian Tomaszewski
Nicholas Tomaszewski
Nicole Wren
Alexis Wyandt
Kaitlyn Yakus
Tyler Yang
Justin Yavorski
SECOND HONORS
SENIORS
Stephanie Amann
Amy Avillion
Leah Benedetti
James Caffrey
Julie Casey
Alan Cheskiewicz
Michaela Coolbaugh
William Crompton
Christina Diltz
Michael Gallis
Brian Goode
Wendy Greenwood
Gianna Johnson
Briana Konecke
Sabrina Krasniak
Elizabeth Kravitz
Casey McAndrew
James McGovern
Madeline Mulhern
John M. Murray
Michael Murtagh
Marlee Nelson
Helena Nguyen
Nicholas Pearce
Greg Petorak
Courtney Phillips
Brian Reese
Kristopher Roccograndi
Mark Romanowski
Alexander Rubbico
Raymond Schultz
Neil Shaver
Zachary Stritzinger
Barry Stubeda
Nathan Vario
Amber Yang
Josie Yankovich
JUNIORS
Kellyann Anderson
Jacob Arnold
Giovana Augustine
Sarah Blamire
John Blat
Logan Brace
Justin Brojakowski
Gage Brown
Grace Carolan
Alyssah Dombek
Amanda Fuller
Mary Gittens
Michelle Gumble
Jonathan Higgins
Alexandra Hood
John Hutchins
Ashley Kapral
Mary-Kate Katyl
Steven Kirk
Leah Kleynowski
Emily Lofing
Maria Lombard
Patrick Maley
Alex Manganella
Lauren McDermott
Jessi Mendoza
Margaret Michael
Michael Mihal
Christopher Milligan
Jaime Moran
Nicole Morgan
Rory Mullin
Bethany Murray
Aaron Napkora
Amanda ODay
Blake Pertl
George Pfeiffer
Colton Powell
Heaven Pratz
Joshua Rukstalis
David Sebolka
Kelsie Sincavage
Ryan Totten
Ryan Webster
Sarah Wittle
Eric Young
SOPHOMORES
Kaylin Augustine
Brendan Baloh
Anastasia Baney
Alysha Becker
Jacob Bienkowski
Adam Burton
Ryan Cheskiewicz
William Colacito
Hannah Crimi
Christopher Diltz
Angela Dimaria
Abigail Downs
Katelyn Force
Lia Giampietro
Jackson Hamilton
Heather Harvey
Eric Hoover
Katelyn Hunter
Eric Kalo
Omar Kazimi
Tyler Kerkowski
Thomas Ketchner
Ross Kleinman
Amanda Lopez
David Mallarkey Jr.
Kameryn McGee
Ryan Monk
Ezra Moore
Morgan Morris
Romy Morsy
Nicholas Muldoon
Julianna Murray
Ben Narcum
Gregory Navestad
Omar Nijmeh
Catrina Notari
Samantha Onda
Mark Pall
Alexis Pelchar
Sara Pizzo
Jacob Plank
Leah Popple
Carissa Price
Allison Rismondo
Marissa Rollman
Nicholas Romanowski
Richard Sarker
Sarah Scherer
Jacob Schmid
Caroline Sheehan
Kurtis Sod
Kennedy Straitiff
Olivia Thomas
Mercedes Whitaker
Mykala Wright
Christina Yannuzzi
Cierra Yonchik
Stephanie Zimmerman
FRESHMEN
Abdulrhman Almeky
Dominic Augustine
Kathleen Brown
Andrew Casey
Ivy Chamberlain
Arthur Coolbaugh
Allison Deboer
Jared Dieffenbach
Nathan Dix
Cole Dixon
Bethany Dombek
Annalisa Jolley
Christian Kimmerle
Rachel Kon
Katherine Kravitsky
Paige Lewandowski
John Lyback
Rachel Magnotta
Megan Mancinelli
Nicholas Mathers
Maya McCrum
Cassidy Muldoon
Byron Oldeack
Derek Peters
Katherine Pugh
Arden Rice
Colin Ryniec
Ian Spare
Shawn Spencer
Bret Storrs
Stephen Strumski
Daniel Sweeney
John Tomko
Cameron Tuck
Uzoije Ukattah
Anne Yanik
Aaron Yurko
Julia Zochowski
Tiffany Zukosky
Dallas High School Honor Roll announced
The Terrific Kids Program at
the Dallas Elementary School
was designed to be a positive
school-wide character-building
program.
Each month, one or two stu-
dents are nominated from their
homeroomto be Terrific Kids for
the month.
Terrific kids stands for
Thoughtful, Enthusiastic, Re-
sponsible, Respectful, Inquisi-
tive, Friendly, Inclusive and Ca-
pable.
Students selected for the
month of October are from left,
first row, Jacob Savagnano, Car-
leigh Thomas, Megan Bryk, Kira
Pomrinke, Jolene Albrecht, Ai-
den Niebauer, Isaiah Stull, Myles
Tirpak, Joey Peters, Tyler Ed-
mondson, Paige Scott, Kailey
Ryan. Second row, Alex Fife, Ben
Sevenski, Haily Yakus, Laura
Wooditch, Megan Ostrowski,
Kailee Farrell, Kalie Rizzo, Kyla
Saracino, Brayden Saracino,
Maddie Strutko, Erin White.
Third row, Ojasv Singh, EJ Ma-
tushek, Matt Giampietro. Fourth
row, Logan DeLeur, Jessica Be-
nyo, Shreena Patel, Olivia Kara-
cutskie, Ethan Dyrli, Jay Helson,
Hannah Blazure, Cassidy Ford,
Emma Thomas, Abby West, Ni-
cholas Nocito, Jake DelGaudio,
Samuel Nocito, Christopher
Welch and Audrey DelGaudio.
Absent at the time of the photo
were Jude Nocito, Katherine
Thompson, MeadowParry, Mag-
gie McCabe, Ben Carpenter, Ma-
disynMusselman, Katie Enz, Na-
talya Raczkowski and Brynn
Bittner.
DES Terrific Kids chosen for October
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Mr. Douglas Klopp, principal of
the Lake-Lehman Jr./Sr. High
School, has released the first
quarter honor roll for the 2012/
2013 school year.
SEVENTH GRADE
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Kaelyn Adams
Makayla Adams
Kyra Apaliski
Christopher Ash
Aleah Ashton
Amanda Ayers
Edward Brighthaupt
Vincent Bulzoni
Evan Butcofski
Antonio Carey
Lacey Carey
Krystin Chaga
Alexandra Concklin
Rachel DeCesaris
Jade Fry
Keara Gallagher
Courtney Henninger
Miranda Hutchins
Ryan Jones
Mikayla Kidd
Madison Klopp
Kaleb Konigus
Cassandra Konopki
Ethan Krzysik
Nathan Labar
Madelyn Lewis
Angela Lockavich
Jason Marcin
Jessica Martin
David Miller
Raven Moore
Halli Moyer
Michael Nastasiak
Riley Newman
Nathan ODonnell
Emily Paciga
Kaitlyn Premus
Kiana Price
Isabel Radel
Jessica Ravert
Faith Reseigh
Courtney Richards
Tyler Savitski
Molly Seashock
Henry Selingo
David Sorber
Carly Souder
Celeste Spak
Samantha Spencer
Chloe VanGorderOlivia Vasey
Gianna Williams
Nicole Wojciechowski
Kyrah Yurko
HONOR ROLL
Joshua Bacon
Nicole Barto
Sarah Berholtz
Connor Beyer
Grace Butler
Matthew Fassett
Robert Fritz
Jace Garnick
Alexander Geist
Lynea Gregory
Kyle Grey
Gabrielle Grzymski
Abbey Hogan
Geena Howell
Garrett Kolb
Katie Kostrobala
Alexa Kovaly
Mackenzie Love
Destiny McHenry
Maverick Nulton
Thomas Piatt
Morgan Rogers
Caitlin Romanofski
Brittany Schwartz
Jodie Shultz
Madison Siley
Rielly Sutliff
Jack Symeon
Joshua Szabo
Kenneth Tereska
Kaelyn Traver
Laurel Traver
Jacob J. Weaver
Jacob R. Weaver
Morgan Weaver
Jacob Wesley
Dakota Williams
EIGHTH GRADE
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Nicholas Albertson
Savanah Aton
Alexis Barker
Elizabeth Bartuska
Emily Carey
Shawn Deeds
Jessica Derhammer
Vincenzo Ferrari
Rebecca Ford
Ashley Herceg
Evelyn Hosey
Peter Hummel
Michael James
Emily Johns
Karly Johns
Katherine Kaminski
Devon Karraker
Carolyn Kerkowski
Dakota Kittle
Alyssa Kristeller
Andrew Leahy
Devin Lindley
Collin MacMullen
Matthew Makara
Marina Malcolm
Thomas Manzoni
Tyler Manzoni
Kara Martin
Sean McMonagle
Kendra Pudimott
Sarah Sabaluski
Jake Selingo
Hailey Shefler
Katelyn Sincavage
Cole Spencer
Katie Strohl
Mackenzie Sutton
Sierra Titus
Jesse Tomolonis
Nicholas Wnuk
HONOR ROLL
Taylor Alba
Nikolas Antinnes
Makalie Blazick
Cheyanne Brucher
Jared Campbell
Janelle Cawley
Taylor Cercone
Steven Coley
Ian Dawsey
Ariana Dellarte
Ryan Dourand
Rodney Driscoll
Jennifer Evans
Morgan Fedorczyk
Jay Foster
Kaitlin Hennebaul
Andrew Herrick
Katelynn Hutchins
Glenn Johnson
Hailey Kubiski
Charles Kuschke
Sydney Lamoreaux
Justin Lansberry
Maranda Martin
Rachel Martini
Katie McCue
Kaitlyn Meehan
Emily Mieczkowski
Owen Morgan
Adam Motovidlak
Michaela Murphy
Jerica Mutzabaugh
Matthew Myers
Corrine Nevel
Daniel OConnell
Jocelyn Parsons
John Pelton
Gerald Pender
Justin Raspen
Paige Robbins
Megan Rusonis
Aubrey Scavone
Walkker Shaw
Michael Sikora
Brianna Smith
Marylillian Stepanski
Hannah Stroud
Michael Stuart
David Thomas
Morgan Thompson
Jakeb Tomolonis
Garret Weston
Kenneth Wickard
David Williams
Michael Wojciechowski
Luke Yaple
Zachary Zaleskas
Lauren Zeisloft
Connor Zekas
NINTH GRADE
PRINCIPALS HONOR ROLL
Eric Bordo
Joseph Chaga
Zachary Corey
Lauren Cunius
Kaley Egan
Nicholas Eury
Dominic Hockenbury
Perry Hoover
Julia Hutsko
Marie Johns
Kristin Kalish
Corey Kinney
Grace Kuschke
Karlie Lobitz
Rachel Malak
Michael Minsavage
Alaina Nastasiak
Lindsay Pembleton
Christopher Sabol
Kaitlin Sutton
Clayton Vasey
Thomas Williams
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Jillian Ambrose
Holly Banta
Elizabeth Bauer
Emily Bauer
Julia Baur
Jacob Corey
Anthony DeCesaris
Julia Eneboe
Charles Hennenbaul
Brandon Hogrebe
Jacob Hummel
Rebecca Kobal
Kayleigh Konek
Maranda Moosic
Haley Nice
Christina Olson
Miranda Parry
Catherine Rose
Megan Spess
Madison Stambaugh
Molly Storz
Katie Supey
John Thomas
Brandon Tosh
Rachael Turner
Mikayla Weston
HONOR ROLL
Benjamin Brooks
Zachary Brucher
Lauren Bucholtz
Aubrey Bullock
Morgan Coburn
Karli Coole
Matthew Durling
Courtney Eiswerth
Zachary Field
Edward Geist
Domanique Glatz
Chad Grzesnikowski
Kyra Grzymski
Jared Guth
Alivia Harrison
Katelynn Harrison
Isabelle Henry
Jordan Hodle
Destin Hontz
Kyle James
Samantha Kanios
Bernard Karlowicz
Colby Karnes
Kyle Katchko
Tyler Kolb
Lisa Labar
Rachel Leskowsky
Jenny Lewis
Rachel Mahoney
Karen Marchakitus
Connor McGovern
Jared McGrath
Precios Mowery
Nickolas Nat
Jerome Natishan
Dylan Nayavich
Dakota-Rose Newell
Brian Orbin
Rebecca Osiecki
Zacharia Ouladelhadjahmed
Katy Parrish
Michael Peck
Nicholas Perkins
Drew Poslock
Sarah Rios
Francis Saccketti
Sara Schuler
Joseph Sharon
Matthew Sowden
Jessica Ulozas
Blaise Waligun
Kiefer Walsh
Corey Weaver
Claire Wilson
Rebecca Wright
Henry Zielinski
TENTH GRADE
PRINCIPALS HONOR ROLL
Alysa Adams
Katherine Bartuska
Kirsten Cope
Emily Crawford
Noah Crispell
Zane Denmon
Matthew Edkins
Emma Evans
Jason Field
Sela Fine
Monica Fries
Elana Herceg
Philip Hettes
Andrew Hutsko
Jeremy Jayne
Connor Jones
Shauna Leahy
Nicole Lockard
Megan Mahle
Brittney Mahoney
Matthew G Miller
Jasmine Moku
Jenna Mortenson
Neil Mras
Jamie Niedjaco
Anna OConnell
Alexis Oplinger
Julia Pilch
Rachel Pilch
Cayle Spencer
Hannah Stull
Sara Tronsue
Ronald Ziomek
HIGH HONOR ROLL
Natalee Barker
Cahil Carey
Courtney Carey
Matthew Chabala
Justus Cole
Hannah Cross
Morgan Dizbon
Derek Dragon
Antonio Ferrari
Micayla Grey
Caitlyn Henninger
John Hospodar
Cory Hoyt
Katrina Joyce
Jared Kepner
Shawn Kidd
Lauren MacMullen
Haley Novitski
Carolyn Price
Joshua Sayre
Amanda Scavone
Eliana Sicurella
Adam Simmonette
Colleen Spencer
Danae Sutliff
Michael Symeon
John VanScoy
Rachael Waligun
Korri Wandel
Jacob Yaple
HONOR ROLL
Crystal Audia
Aleaha Blazick
Jade Butler
Jared Casaldi
James Cihocki
Matthew Cragle
Daniel Cross
Kaitlyn Evans
Emily Galasso
Jessica Geiger
Lake-Lehman Jr./Sr. Honor Roll announced
See LEHMAN, Page 11
Sunday, December 9, 2012 PAGE 9
THEDALLAS POST
Sports
The Lake-Lehman and Dallas
High School boys basketball
teams will look inside often this
season while trying to accom-
plish their goals.
Lake-Lehmanwill trytocontin-
ue an upswing in the program
while Dallas hopes to avoid slip-
ping from the championship lev-
el.
Pete Borum, a 6-foot-6 junior,
returnsat Lake-Lehmanwherehe
will combine with three-year
starter Jared James to lead the
Black Knights.
After losing the entire starting
lineup from a championship
squad, Dallas will build around 6-
foot-6 sophomore forward/cen-
ter Allen Fell while hoping for
contributions from promising 6-
foot-7 freshman Sukhmail Math-
on.
Wehavetworeallyhighpoten-
tial young players, said Dallas
coach Doug Miller.
Bothteamshavemovedupadi-
vision with realignment of the
Wyoming Valley Conference.
The climb from Division 3 to
Division 2 is long overdue at
Lake-Lehman, which posted its
first winning record in 20 years
last season.
Were happy to be up there,
Lake-LehmancoachBrianCutter
saidof themovetoadivisionwith
Holy Redeemer, GAR, Nanticoke
and Wyoming Area. Were a Tri-
ple-A school when it comes to
basketball, so thats where we be-
long.
We belong playing those
schools. WevebeendowninDivi-
sion 3 because our programs
been down for so long.
The progress has been steady
under Cutter.
When I took over three years
ago, the cupboard was pretty
bare, he said, but I knew with
the kids coming up that wed get
better.
Wewonfive, thennine, then12
and we expect to win more.
James, a starter onthe wingfor
eachof thepast twoyears, andBo-
rum, whomovedintothestarting
lineuppart waythroughhis fresh-
man season and was an all-star
and the team scoring leader as a
sophomore, are important to
those expectations.
We have some quick guards,
but were also pretty big under-
neath with Pete inside, Cutter
said. Wecanpushtheball, but we
can also go down low and play a
slow-down game and pound the
ball inside.
James is likelytobetheonlyse-
nior starter.
Were going to start a pretty
young lineup, Cutter said, but
well have a lot of experience
backingupthe kids whoare start-
ing.
Seniors Bill Hillman, a guard,
andforwardsTomBoyle, JoshDa-
venport and Cody Spriggs all
have some experience.
Junior Adam Dizbon, the
teams most effective 3-point
shooter, takes over as starting
Sukhmail Mathon, right, drives the baseline as his brother Gur-
mail defends during Dallas boys basketball practice.
Lake-Lehman senior Jared James goes in for a layup during prac-
tice.
Dallas Omar Nijmeh takes a shot in the lane during boys basket-
ball practice.
BILL TARUTIS PHOTOS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Lake-Lehmans Adam Dizbon, second from left, dribbles through defenders Brian Devine, left, Peter Borum and Bill Hillman during
basketball practice.
H I G H S C H O O L B OY S B A S K E T B A L L
Inside game
will be the key
By TOM ROBINSON
For the Dallas Post
Both teams have moved up a
division with realignment of the
Wyoming Valley Conference.
See BOYS, Page 10
The Dallas and Lake-Lehman
girls basketball teams are mov-
ing up for the 2012-13 season.
Dallas moves from Division 2
to Division 1 in the realigned
Wyoming Valley Conference.
Lake-Lehman moves from WVC
Division 3 to Division 2 and also
bumps up an enrollment classifi-
cationtojoinDallas inClass AAA
for Pennsylvania Interscholastic
Athletic Association District 2
playoff competition.
Both teams will have key re-
turning players leading the way
as they try to continue success
while competing on the higher
levels.
Lake-Lehman won the Divi-
sion 3 first-half title and lost only
to all-season champion Nanti-
coke in WVC play during a 17-7
season, its first under coach
Charlie Lavan.
Were in Triple-A, which will
be a bit more challenging, Lavan
said. We have a lot of tough Tri-
ple-A games. Well find out right
from the beginning with Scran-
ton Prep (Friday) and Pittston
Area (Saturday). Lake-Lehmans Emily Sutton, right, drives the baseline against a
Meyers defender.
BILL TARUTIS PHOTOS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Abbie Bendick joins her Dallas teammates in drills during prac-
tice.
H I G H S C H O O L G I R L S B A S K E T B A L L
Back Mountain lady cagers moving up this season
By TOM ROBINSON
For the Dallas Post
Dallas moves from Division 2 to
Division 1 in the realigned
Wyoming Valley Conference.
Lake-Lehman moves from WVC
Division 3 to Division 2 and
also bumps up an enrollment
classification to join Dallas in
Class AAA for Pennsylvania
Interscholastic Athletic Associ-
ation District 2 playoff compe-
tition.
See GIRLS, Page 10
PAGE10 Sunday, December 9, 2012
T H E D A L L A S P O S T
group for well over 20 years.
The womens league starts on
the last Thursday in August and
continues for 32 week. The
womenbowl while some of their
husbands watch from the coun-
ter behind. They fill the room
with laughter and high fives.
They bowl in six teams of four
but are hardly separated, cheer-
ing on one another both during
the game and outside the walls
of the alley.
We really do have fun, Run-
ner said. Theres a lot of cam-
araderie.
Member Betty Williams con-
siders the bowlers a nice group
of friends. She said league mem-
bers will visit someone who is ill
and send holiday cards. Many of
them golf together during the
summer months, as well.
I started in 1999, said Wil-
liams, and by the first week in
September, I was one of the
girls.
Everyone gets along well,
said Runner. Its just nice.
Player Viv Ondish joined the
league when she was 80 and had
the rare opportunity to bowl
with her mother, Ruth Evans,
who participated in the league
until she was 97 years old.
She was a good bowler, a lot
better than I am now, said On-
dish. Now 87, Ondish recalls
how close she was with her
mother and how much it meant
to her to share the experience of
bowling with her.
BOWLERS
Continued from Page 1
point guard.
Cody Paraschak, a 6-foot-4 ju-
nior, put in the work in the offsea-
son to make himself into a proba-
ble starter.
Juniors Vince Williamson and
sophomores Mike Symeon and
BrianDevineshouldalsobeinthe
mix at guard.
DALLASLOSES
STARTINGLINEUP
Dallas lost the starting lineup
from a team that went 15-9, in-
cluding winning the second-half
andall-seasontitles inDivision2.
Sophomore forward/center
Fell, junior guard Matt Seba and
sophomoreguardMatt Ross were
three of the teams top four play-
ers off the benchlast season.
Allen is going to be the focal
point, Miller said of Fell, one of
his captains. We want most of
our offense to go throughhim.
Junior guard Chad DeBona is
trying to work his way into the li-
neup.
MathoncouldoftenjoinFell on
the inside.
Hes going a play a good
amount of minutes for a fresh-
man, said Miller, who is begin-
ning his second season as Dallas
coach. Hes very tall, very long
withagoodwingspanand, for his
size, hes very coordinated.
Hes developing still, but hes
going to be a very goodplayer.
Guards KristianDyrli andJohn
Murrayaretheonlyseniorsonthe
roster. Miller said both will be in
the rotation of substitutes, along
with junior guard Stephen Wem-
pa and sophomore forward Omar
Nimjeh.
Dallas will be part of Division1
with likely contenders Hazleton
Area, Crestwood and Wyoming
Valley West as well as PittstonAr-
ea, Coughlin, Berwick and Tunk-
hannock.
DALLASSCHEDULE
Monday, Dec. 10 - at Lakeland
Thursday, Dec. 13 - at Scranton
Prep
Monday, Dec. 17 - Honesdale
Thursday, Dec. 20 - Wyoming
Seminary
Saturday, Dec. 22- at Lake-Leh-
man
Wednesday, Dec. 26 - Holiday
HoopsTournamentatOldForge6
p.m.
Friday, Dec. 28- HolidayHoops
Tournament at OldForge 7 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 3 - Crestwood
Saturday, Jan. 5 - at Coughlin
Tuesday, Jan. 8 - PittstonArea
Friday, Jan. 11- Hazleton
Tuesday, Jan. 15 - at Tunkhan-
nock
Friday, Jan. 18 - at Berwick
Tuesday, Jan. 22- WyomingVal-
ley West
Friday, Jan. 25 - at Crestwood
Tuesday, Jan. 29 - Coughlin
Thursday, Jan. 31 - at Pittston
Area
Tuesday, Feb. 5 - at Hazleton
Friday, Feb. 8 - Tunkhannock
Tuesday, Feb. 12 - Berwick
Thursday, Feb. 14 - at Wyoming
Valley West
LAKE-LEHMANSCHEDULE
Friday, Dec. 14 - at MidValley
Saturday, Dec. 15 Lackawan-
na Trail Tournament
Tuesday, Dec. 18 - at Coughlin
Saturday, Dec. 22 Dallas
Wednesday, Dec. 26 CYC
Christmas Tournament
Friday, Dec. 28 CYC Christ-
mas Tournament
Saturday, Dec. 29 Western
Wayne
Friday, Jan. 4at HolyRedeem-
er
Tuesday, Jan. 8 GAR
Friday, Jan. 11 Wyoming Area
Tuesday, Jan. 15 at Nanticoke
Friday, Jan. 18 at Northwest
Tuesday, Jan. 22 Meyers
Friday, Jan. 25atWyomingAr-
ea
Tuesday, Jan. 29 at GAR
Friday, Feb. 1 MMI Prep
Tuesday, Feb. 5HolyRedeem-
er
Friday, Feb. 8 at Wyoming
Seminary
Tuesday, Feb. 12 Hanover Ar-
ea
Thursday, Feb. 14 Nanticoke
BILL TARUTIS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Tommy Boyle, right, puts up a shot as Mike Symeon goes for the
block during Lake-Lehman boys basketball practice.
BOYS
Continued from Page 9
Dallas had winning records in
each half, then reached the Dis-
trict 2 Class AAA semifinals be-
fore having its season end at
14-8 with a two-point loss to
eventual champion Honesdale.
While Dallas returns its top
three players among a large
group of experienced players
back, Lake-Lehman returns the
two other all-stars behind team
leader Nikki Sutliff, who gradu-
ated.
There are a number of com-
binations that were looking at,
Dallas coach Kelly Johnson
said. Im kind of excited about
it right now because of the
depth.
Seniors Ashley Dunbar, Tan-
ner Englehart and Jess Hiscox
all return to lead Dallas.
Dunbar runs the offense from
the point guard position and al-
so led the Lady Mountaineers in
scoring last season.
Englehart provides an inside
presence on a team that may re-
ly on many guards, including
Hiscox.
We have six guards who
could all be a significant part of
the rotation, Johnson said.
Depending on our needs and
our opponent, our lineup will be
adjusted.
There will be games when it
is three guards and two for-
wards. There might even be
times when it is four guards and
one forward.
Junior Sam Missal, a 3-point
shooting threat, and sophomore
Talia Szatkowski, who joined
Dunbar in double figures in
scoring in the season-ending
loss, are part of the guard com-
bination with Dunbar and His-
cox. Juniors Kaite Comitz and
Taylor Kelley, who are among
the 10 players with varsity expe-
rience, are the other guards.
Senior Rachel Olszewski and
juniors Maggie Michael and
Steph Cybulski are the other ex-
perienced forwards.
Dallas opens in the Wyoming
Valley West Tournament Dec. 8
and 11.
SPENCER, SUTTON
LEAD LAKE-LEHMAN
Lake-Lehman is led by the re-
turn of sophomore Cayle Spen-
cer and junior Emily Sutton.
Spencer led the team in scoring
as a freshman and Sutton was
third.
Spencer may see a little
more time outside, Lavan said.
Depending on how things are
going at the point, Sutton could
probably handle that.
Shes very tough on the base-
line and down low, but we could
use her as a taller guard who
could see over the defense, La-
van added.
The Lady Knights also return
two seniors and two more soph-
omores who have varsity experi-
ence.
We mixed up the lineup a lot
early in the season, so some of
them got one or two starts, La-
van said.
Senior Jen Konopinski is ex-
pected to take over as the point
guard. Karen Yamrick is a guard
while Bethany Williams and Ni-
cole OConnor play in the front-
court.
Danae Sutliffe and Lexi
Oplinger also earned varsity
time last season as freshmen,
something guard Julia Eneboe
may do this season.
Junior Amy Williams also has
some limited experience on the
varsity level.
DALLAS SCHEDULE
Tuesday, Dec. 11 WVW
Tournament
Wednesday, Dec. 19 Wyom-
ing Area
Saturday, Dec. 22 at Scran-
ton Prep
Saturday, Dec. 29 Lake-Leh-
man
Tuesday, Jan. 2 at Crest-
wood
Friday, Jan. 4 Coughlin
Monday, Jan 7 at Pittston
Area
Thursday, Jan. 10 at Hazle-
ton
Saturday, Jan. 12 at Wyom-
ing Seminary
Monday, Jan. 14 Tunkhan-
nock
Thursday, Jan. 17 Berwick
Monday, Jan. 21 at Wyom-
ing Valley West
Thursday, Jan. 24 Crest-
wood
Monday, Jan. 28 at Coughlin
Thursday, Jan. 31 Pittston
Area
Monday, Feb. 4 Hazleton
Thursday, Feb. 7 - at Tunkhan-
nock
Monday, Feb. 11 at Berwick
Wednesday, Feb. 13 Wyom-
ing Valley West
LAKE-LEHMAN
SCHEDULE
Tuesday, Dec. 11 at Lacka-
wanna Trail
Friday, Dec. 14 at Berwick
Tuesday, Dec. 18 Coughlin
Thursday, Dec. 20 Elk Lake
Thursday, Dec. 27 Crest-
wood
Saturday, Dec. 29 - at Dallas
Thursday, Jan. 3 Holy re-
deemer
Monday, Jan. 7 at Meyers
Thursday, Jan. 10 at Wyom-
ing Area
Monday, Jan. 14 Nanticoke
Area
Thursday, Jan. 17 North-
west Area
Monday, Jan. 21 GAR
Thursday, Jan. 24 Wyoming
Area
Monday, Jan. 28 Meyers
Thursday, Jan. 31 at MMI
Prep
Saturday, Feb. 2 at Marian
Catholic
Monday, Feb. 4 at Holy Re-
deemer
Thursday, Feb. 7 Wyoming
Seminary
Monday, Feb. 11 at Hanover
Area
Wednesday, Feb. 13 at Nan-
ticoke Area
BILL TARUTIS/ FOR THE DALLAS POST
Jessica Hiscox shoots a layup during Dallas girls basketball
practice.
GIRLS
Continued from Page 9
The Dallas Mountaineer Aq-
uatic Club opened the 2012-13
Northeast PA Age Group Swim
League season at Delaware Val-
ley on Saturday, Dec. 1. The girls
won a competitive meet 130-124,
while the boys suffered a 187-61
loss.
The following swimmers
placed in their events:
GIRLS
8 & UNDER
25 Free - Gabriella Spaciano,
second
50 Free - Gabriella Spaciano,
second; Victoria Spaciano, third
25 Fly - Jordan Bond, second;
Victoria Spaciano, third
10 & UNDER
100 IM - Sydney Bittner, sec-
ond
50 Free - Melissa Leonard,
third
50 Fly - Gabriela Krochta, sec-
ond; Kaitlyn VanEtten, third
50 Back - Melissa Leonard, sec-
ond
50 Breast - Sydney Bittner, first
100 Free - Sydney Bittner, sec-
ond
12 & UNDER
100 IM- Abby Zolner, first; Abi-
gail Bartuska, third
50 Free - Ava Baur, first; Jordyn
Miller, second; MadisonFederici,
third
50 Fly - Hunter Kline, first;
Lindsey Jorda, second
50 Back - Ava Baur, first; Taylor
Hannah Thomas, third
50 Breast - Madison Federici,
first; Emma Berger, third
100 Free - Jordyn Miller, sec-
ond; Emma Berger, third
200 Free - PeytonRoss, second;
Lindsey Jorda, third
14 & UNDER
200 Free - Taylor Cercone, sec-
ond
50 Free - Julia Baur, first
100 Fly - Abby Zolner, first; Ju-
lia Baur, third
100 Free - Annalise Cheshire,
first; Krista Vivian, second
100Back- MadisonHurst, first;
Taylor Cercone, second
100 Breast - Krista Vivian, first;
Jessica Ravert, third
200 IM - Annalise Cheshire,
second; Madison Hurst, third
BOYS
8 & UNDER
25 Free - Gary Weaver, first; Tal
Richards, third
25 Fly - Thomas Doran, first
50 Free - Thomas Doran, sec-
ond; Tanner Manzoni, third
25 Back - Gary Weaver, second
25 Breast - Tal Richards, sec-
ond; Aidan Chapple, third
10 & UNDER
50 Fly - Bryce Burgit, second;
John Andrews, third
100 Free - John Andrews, third
50 Back - Zachary Blockus, sec-
ond
100 IM - Logan Stambaugh,
third
12 & UNDER
100 IM - Donovan McCall, sec-
ond
50 Free - Dylan Lisnow, first
50 Fly - Garrett Pall, second
100 Free - Donovan McCall,
second
50 Back - Garrett Pall, second
50 Breast - Donovan McCall,
second
200 Free - Garrett Pall, second
14 & UNDER
50 Free - AndrewHerrick, third
200 IM - Tyler Manzoni, sec-
ond
100Fly - Thomas Manzoni, sec-
ond
100 Free - Thomas Manzoni,
second
100 Breast - Tyler Manzoni,
second
D A L L A S M O U N TA I N E E R A Q U AT I C C L U B
Girls, boys split vs. Del Val
Sem Singers and
Chorale plan concert
The Wyoming Seminary
Madrigal Singers and Chorale
will present their annual
Christmas Choral Concert at 3
p.m. today, Dec. 9 in the Great
Hall of Wyoming Seminary,
228 Wyoming Ave., just north
of Kingston Corners.
The program, conducted by
John Vaida, will feature the
Chorale in a performance of
The Magnificat by Franz
Schubert, while the Madrigal
Singers will present another
setting of The Magnificat by
Arvo Prt.
The Sem String Ensemble
also will perform the Christ-
mas Concerto Grosso by Co-
relli and the concert will in-
clude a selection of favorite
Christmas carols.
The concert is free and open
to the public. For more in-
formation, call 270-2192.
HR students
plan concert
Holy Redeemer High School
students will present a choral
concert, Sounds of the Sea-
son, at 3 p.m. today, Dec. 9 in
the schools McCarthy Audi-
torium.
Featured will be the Com-
bined Chorus, Royal Singers,
Handbell Choir, and soloists,
under the direction of Ann
Manganiello. An audience
Sing-a-Long will also be
included.
LHS classmates
plan luncheon
Luzerne High School will
hold a Dutch Treat Luncheon
at the Fox Hill Country Club
at noon on Tuesday, Dec. 18.
All Luzerne High Alumni and
Guests are invited.
For reservations, call Bob
Kachmar at 287-5180, Joe
Petrasek at 287-5690 or Betty
Bottoms at 696-2214 prior to
Dec. 14.
S C HOOL B RI E F S
An Introduction to Con-
necting the Dots will be pre-
sented by its author and re-
searcher, Dory Hippauf at the
Gas Drilling Awareness Coa-
lition meeting at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday, Dec. 12 at the
Dallas American Legion Post
672, Route 415 (across from
Leggios), in Dallas.
Hippauf has researched
connections between natural
gas corporations, govern-
ment, public relations, and
lobbying and has published
blog articles at Common-
Sense2.org and No Fracking
Way (a blog for New York and
Pennsylvania hosted by Sha-
leShockMedia.org, blog.sha-
leshockmedia.org/). She has
also been cited by Source-
Watch.org for her research
regarding Energy-In-Depth.
The Introduction to Con-
necting the Dots will consist
of a brief biography of a few
of the key players in the Mar-
cellus Shale Natural Gas are-
na.
Author and researcher slated to speak at GDAC meeting
A proposed tax increase was
approved for advertisement at
the Jackson Township super-
visors meeting on Dec. 4. The
increase will bring the tax rate
from .132 to .145 on a $150,000
assessment, making the total
increase approximately $1.65 a
month.
The supervisors approved
the maintenance fee of $400
per year for the EMA equip-
ment in connection with the
Back Mountain Community
Partnership. This is a fee that
each municipality will pay for
the upkeep of equipment pur-
chased under the Partnership
grant.
The board also approved the
support of the BMCP in the
application for the 2012 Gam-
ing Grant for public safety
equipment.
The board authorized the
hiring of two part-time police
officers and accepted the resig-
nation of part-time officer Josh
Evans.
Anyone interested in serving
on the Zoning Hearing Board,
the Planning Commission
board or the Recreation Board
is asked to submit a letter of
interest to the township no lat-
er than noon on Dec. 20. The
position terms are set to expire
on Dec. 31.
The board approved the
township engineer and solic-
itor to review the Koral and
Devonshire subdivisions for fi-
nal approval by the board of
supervisors.
Supervisors will hold a bud-
get meeting at 9 a.m. on Fri-
day, Dec. 21.
- Megan Schneider
J A C K S O N T O W N S H I P
Supers approve advertisement of tax increase
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100 Announcements
200 Auctions
300 Personal Services
400 Automotive
500 Employment
600 Financial
700 Merchandise
800 Pets & Animals
900 Real Estate
1000 Service Directory
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503 Accounting/
Finance
551 Other
503 Accounting/
Finance
551 Other
503 Accounting/
Finance
Back Mountain Company
looking for help
in Accounting Department.
Experience with accounts payable, payroll
and employee/customer service issues preferred.
Applicant must exercise practical judgement,
self discipline and be able to prioritize workload.
Cross train in various office duties.
Proficient in microsoft office.
Full time position with benefits
Please send resume to:
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EOE
VIVE Health & Fitness
is seeking professional resumes for the
following positions:
Sales Representative, Front Desk/Juice Bar,
Personal Trainer, Group Exercise Instructors,
Massage Therapy and Custodial Staff.
To be considered please send
cover letter and resume to:
paul@vivehealthandfitness.com
566 Sales/Business
Development
566 Sales/Business
Development
566 Sales/Business
Development
SALES REPS:
$700-$1,200 weekly
We offer motivated individuals an opportunity to earn
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each week working a variety of prescheduled in-store
promotions and special events.
We offer:
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100
ANNOUNCEMENTS
110 Lost
ALL JUNK
VEHICLES
WANTED!!
CALL ANYTIME
HONEST PRICES
FREE REMOVAL
CA$H PAID
ON THE SPOT
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BEST PRICES
IN THE AREA
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Pickup
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570-301-3602
CALL US!
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120 Found
LIKE
NEW
Used Tires
&
Batteries
for $20
& Up
VITOS
&
GINOS
949 Wyoming Ave.
Forty Fort
288-8995
150 Special Notices
FOSTER PARENT(S)
NEEDED
IMMEDIATELY
for teens or sibling
groups.
Compensation,
training, and 24
hour on-call sup-
port provided.
Please call
FRIENDSHIP
HOUSE (570)
342-8305 x 2058.
Compensation up
to $1200.00 per
month per child.
Let the Community
Know!
Place your Classified
Ad TODAY!
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IF YOURE NOT SELLING
YOUR JUNK VEHICLES AND
HEAVY EQUIPMENT TO
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YOURE LOSING MONEY
WEEKL WEEKLY Y
SPECIAL SPECIAL
Extra $100 for
school busses
570-760-2035
570-542-2277
6am to 9pm
310 Attorney
Services
DIVORCE No Fault
$295 divorce295.com
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800-324-9748 W-B
FREE Bankruptcy
Consultation
Payment plans.
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570-822-1959
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406 ATVs/Dune
Buggies
TOMAHAWK`11
ATV, 110 CC. Brand
New Tomahawk
Kids Quad. Only
$695 takes it away!
570-817-2952
Wilkes-Barre
409 Autos under
$5000
FORD 95
F150
4x4. 1 Owner.
91K. 4.8 engine,
auto. Runs
great. New
paint, stake
body with
metal floor.
570-675-5046.
Leave message,
will return call.
NOW $4,295
LINCOLN 00
NAVIGATOR
4x4, Dark
green, loaded
with new equip-
ment. 5.4
engine. Runs
great, looks
great! 155K
$4495
570-675-5046
412 Autos for Sale
CHEVROLET `04
BLAZER
4 wheel drive, auto,
4.3, super clean,
$6,995
CHEVY 01
CAVALIER
Low mileage, auto,
4 cylinder. $4,595
SUZUKI 02
VITARA
4 x 4, auto, clean
$4,595
DODGE 02
NEON SXT
4 cylinder auto.
$4,395.
All Cars Have
3 Month Warranty
BACKROAD
WASH & LUBE &
AUTO SALES
1351 Shoemaker
W. Wyoming
570-693-5823
412 Autos for Sale
DODGE 02
VIPER GTS
10,000 MILES V10
6speed, collec-
tors, this baby is
1 of only 750 GTS
coupes built in
2002 and only 1 of
83 painted Race
Yellow it still wears
its original tires
showing how it
was babied. This
car is spotless
throughout and is
ready for its new
home. This vehicle
is shown by
appointment only.
$39,999 or trade.
570-760-2365
WANTED!
ALL
JUNK
CARS!
CA$H
PAID
570-301-3602
MERCURY `03
SABLE LS PREMIUM
4 door, one owner.
6 cyl, 3 liter, 4
speed auto. All
power, ABS, moon
roof & remote.
73,000 miles, very
dependable. $4,550
570-333-4827
TOYOTA 04 CELICA GT
112K miles. Blue,
5 speed. Air,
power
windows/locks,
CD/cassette, Key-
less entry, sun-
roof, new battery.
Car drives and
has current PA
inspection. Slight
rust on corner of
passenger door.
Clutch slips on
hard acceleration.
This is why its
thousands less
than Blue Book
value. $6,500
OBO. Make an
offer! Call
570-592-1629
VOLVO 06 S40
Automatic, original
owner. Paid over
$30,000. Fully
equipped too much
to mention. Clean
car fax. Like new
with only 14,000
miles. Just serviced
& inspected by
Volvo. Brand new
tires. $15,900 nego-
tiable. call for details
570-510-8613
415 Autos-Antique
& Classic
CHEVROLET `76
PICKUP
4 Cylinder
Very Good
Condition!
NEW PRICE
$1,500.
570-362-3626
Ask for Lee
CHEVY 30 HOTROD COUPE
$47,000
GREAT DEALS!
MERCEDES 29
Kit Car $5,500
OR TRADE
JUST REDUCED
(570) 655-4884
415 Autos-Antique
& Classic
MAZDA `88 RX-7
CONVERTIBLE
1 owner, garage
kept, 65k original
miles, black with
grey leather interior,
all original & never
seen snow. $7,995.
Call 570-237-5119
MERCEDES-BENZ
`73 450SL
Convertible with
removable hard top,
power windows, AM
/FM radio with cas-
sette player, CD
player, automatic, 4
new tires. Cham-
pagne exterior; Ital-
ian red leather inte-
rior inside. Garage
kept, excellent con-
dition. Priced to Sell!
$23,000.
Call 570-825-6272
439 Motorcycles
SCOOTER 12
BRAND NEW
All ready to ride,
electric start, auto-
matic transmission,
disk brakes, rear
luggage trunk,
under seat storage,
around 100 mpg,
fully street legal, all
ready to go! only
$1,595. Call
570-817-2952
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SUZUKI 01 VS 800
GL INTRUDER
Garage kept, no
rust, lots of
chrome, black with
teal green flake.
Includes storage
jack & 2 helmets.
$3600
570-410-1026
YAMAHA 08 STAR
RAIDER RAVEN EDITION
Mint condition.
Very low miles.
Asking $7400.
Call for details.
570-472-2327
YAMAHA 97
ROYALSTAR 1300
12,000 miles. With
windshield. Runs
excellent. Many
extras including
gunfighter seat,
leather bags, extra
pipes. New tires &
battery. Asking
$4,000 firm.
(570) 814-1548
457 Wanted to Buy
Auto
All
Junk
Cars &
Trucks
Wanted
Highest
Prices
Paid In
CA$H
FREE
PICKUP
570-574-1275
460
AUTOMOTIVE
SERVICE
DIRECTORY
490 Truck/SUV/
Van Accessories
TRUCK CAP
Ford F-150 2008-
2009 A.R.E Truck
Cap. Black, Fiber-
glass, 5 1/2 ft bed
Has break light,
interior cargo light,
clamps. All carpet
on the inside
Sliding side win-
dows with screen
locking back win-
dow/door. Front
window folds down
for cleaning $400.
Call 855-0550,
leave message
506 Administrative/
Clerical
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
PART-TIME
Responsible, careful
person to work on
team at fun, profes-
sional home care
company. Phones,
paperwork, com-
puter work. Poten-
tial to grow. Entry
level, relevant expe-
rience or education-
al degree a plus.
Send resume AND
TWO PROFESSION-
AL REFERENCES to:
hrcenter494@gmail.com
548 Medical/Health
CAREGIVERS
Looking for mature
& compassionate
people to work with
elderly in their
homes. Personal
care & transporta-
tion required.
All Shifts available.
Call: 570-338-2681
551 Other
DETAILER/LOT
ATTENDANT
Full time
immediate opening.
Great opportunity,
great work
environment,
benefits. Contact
Andrew Stratz
570-822-9900
andrewstratz@ben
netcars.com 1040
Highway 315
Wilkes Barre
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566 Sales/Retail/
Business
Development
CUSTOMER
SERVICE/ SALES
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Classified Dept.
Qualified applicant
will be goal orient-
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within daily dead-
lines, have solid
computer and inter-
net knowledge,
superior verbal and
written communica-
tion skills, excellent
typing and grammar
skills, a high energy
level and an eager-
ness to learn. Com-
pensation includes
base pay plus
monthly commission
up to $500. If you
meet these require-
ments and want to
start an exciting
new career send
your resume by
December 10,
2012 to:
lbyrnes@
timesleader.com
600
FINANCIAL
610 Business
Opportunities
ATTENTION,
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630 Money To Loan
We can erase
your bad credit -
100% GUARAN-
TEED. Attorneys
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Trade Commission
say theyve never
seen a legitimate
credit repair opera-
tion. No one can
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your credit report.
Its a process that
starts with you and
involves time and a
conscious effort to
pay your debts.
Learn about manag-
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at ftc. gov/credit. A
message from The
Times Leader and
the FTC.
700
MERCHANDISE
708 Antiques &
Collectibles
BASEBALL CARDS
FOR SALE: 60s &
70s. All TOPPS
cards. All Hall of
Fame & common
cards. Good for
Christmas gifts.
good to excellent
condition. $900 for
collection.
570-788-1536
COINS nickels 1916
P Buffalo; 1938 S
Jefferson, 1939 D
Jefferson $40.
570-287-4135
YEARBOOKS.
COUGHLIN (25)
1928-1980, GAR,
(22) 1928-2006,
MEYERS, (22) 1957-
1981, WYOMING
VALLEY WEST, (11)
1970-1992. NANTI-
COKE, (2) 1971-
1979, PITTSTON, (11)
1967-1981HANOVER
(6) 1951-1981 MINT.
Prices vary depend-
ing on condition.
$20-$40 each. Call
for further details
and additional
school editions.
570-825-4721
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aol.com
710 Appliances
WASHER & DRYER
Maytag commercial
made washer & gas
dryer. Heavy duty.
beige. Excellent
condition. $250
each.
570-822-7359
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742 Furnaces &
Heaters
FURNACE
Peerless Gas Steam
Boiler series 63-64.
570-287-2065
OIL TANKS (2)
275 gallon indoor oil
tanks. Very good
condition. Convert-
ed to gas. $125.
each. Call
570-760-2793
744 Furniture &
Accessories
A MUST see!!
Cherry entertain-
ment center.
Sliding TV & DVD
trays with DVD stor-
age compartment.
TV area has cherry
sliding pocket doors
and component
area has a beautiful
glass door. Paid
new $1200. selling
for $300 OBO.
Call 954 2827 ask
for Rich
BEDROOM SET
Complete queen
bed headboard,
frame, Matching 9
drawer dresser with
large mirror, match-
ing 5 drawer tall
dresser & matching
nightstand. Very
clean, good condi-
tion. Solid wood.
Asking $550 OBO.
Call 570-262-9162.
744 Furniture &
Accessories
CHAIRS, (2)
Genuine
leather, cus-
tom made
recliners.
Taupe color,
like new. $550
each.
570-675-5046
To place your
ad Call Toll Free
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DEN
FURNITURE
Wood/cloth. Reg-
ular size sofa,
chair and
ottoman. Coffee
table, 2 end
tables. Excellent
condition. $325
for all.
570-675-5046
FURNI SH FURNI SH
FOR LESS FOR LESS
* NELSON *
* FURNITURE *
* WAREHOUSE *
Recliners from $299
Lift Chairs from $699
New and Used
Living Room
Dinettes, Bedroom
210 Division St
Kingston
Call 570-288-3607
754 Machinery &
Equipment
SNOW
BLOWER.
Craftsman. 12
HP, 32 dual
stage. Electric
start. Track
Drive. $525.
570-675-5046
758 Miscellaneous
AIR PURIFIER, Oreck
XL Professional,
$139. 570-636-3151
BEST PRICES
IN THE AREA
CA$H ON THE $POT,
Free Anytime
Pickup
570-301-3602
570-301-3602
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796 Wanted to Buy
Merchandise
CA$H P CA$H PAID AID
1930-1970s
Guitars,
Microphones
Radio/Amplifier
Tubes and
Theater Sound
Equipment.
Call Don
Sugar Loaf NY.
715-377-2558
CASH PAID
Guns & gun parts,
Civil War items,
military items, US &
German, swords,
daggers & knives.
Old toys and coins.
Fishing equipment.
Private Collector
570-417-9200
800
PETS & ANIMALS
815 Dogs
PAWS
TO CONSIDER....
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YOUR PET
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captioned photos
of your pet
Expand your text to
include more
information, include
your contact
information such
as e-mail, address
phone number and
or website.
815 Dogs
YORKIE PUPS
READY FOR
CHRISTMAS!
AKC. Tiny, Teddy
Bear Faced. Males
& Females
Hypo-allergenic
$800-$975
Vet checked, 1st
shots & dewormed
570-436-5083
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900
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
906 Homes for Sale
Having trouble
paying your mort-
gage? Falling
behind on your
payments? You
may get mail from
people who promise
to forestall your
foreclosure for a fee
in advance. Report
them to the Federal
Trade Commission,
the nations con-
sumer protection
agency. Call 1-877-
FTC-HELP or click
on ftc.gov. A mes-
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Times Leader and
the FTC.
DALLAS
3 bedroom, 2 bath,
modern country
kitchen with Corian
counters, family
room with fireplace,
wet bar and walkout
to patio, multi-level
decks. All appli-
ances included.
$217,000.
570-675-0446
evenings.
LAFLIN
20 OLD MILL RD
For Sale By Owner
Beautiful
Custom Built.
Minutes from I-81
Turnpike & Casino.
Move In Condition!
3 to 4 bedroom
Tri-level, Master
bath, 2 full baths &
1 powder room,
central vacuum
system. Living &
dining rooms, fam-
ily room with fire-
place. Gas heat,
central air, large
basement, deck,
three car garage
& 2nd large lot
included.....
$395,000
570-237-0101
906 Homes for Sale
NANTICOKE
1472 S. Hanover St.
Well maintained
bi-level. This home
features 2 bed-
rooms, 1 3/4 baths,
recreation room
with propane stove.
Walk out to a 3
season porch. Pro-
fessionally land-
scaped yard. 1 car
garage, storage
shed, new appli-
ances, ceiling fans.
Close to LCCC.
$153,900.
Call 570-735-7594
SHAVERTOWN
9 room house, 4
bedrooms, 2 1/2
baths, heated sun-
room, 2 car
attached garage.
570-947-1200
WEST PITTSTON
4 bedrooms, 1 bath,
single car detached
garage, eat-in
kitchen, living, din-
ing & family rooms
gas baseboard
heat, 2 zones.
Unfinished base-
ment, window
treatments includ-
ed, great bones.
$74,900.
570-262-7949
or 570-332-7686
YATESVILLE
603 Willow Crest Dr
TOWNHOUSE
Just reduced by
owner, $174,000.
Move in condition.
2 bedroom, 2 bath
upstairs, down-
stairs, powder
room/shower, large
sunroom/ Franklin
stove. Wrap around
deck. Partially fin-
ished basement.
MUST SEE!
570-235-1553
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912 Lots & Acreage
JENKINS TOWNSHIP
New Section in
Highland Hills,
Only 3 lots left
in Charles
Place. Call
570-498-9244
915 Manufactured
Homes
EAST MOUNTAIN RIDGE
& SAN SOUCI PARKS
PRICES REDUCED!
Financing Available
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915 Manufactured
Homes
MOUNTAIN TOP
3 Bedrooms; 1
bath; Central A/C;
2 decks; stove; lot
of cabinets; book
shelves; lawn
mower; shed. Very
nice area, nice
schools, 5 minutes
away from route 81
& route 309. Sale
by Owner. Asking
13,500. or best
deal. Call Alex at
570-200-5611
Collect cash, not dust!
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basement, garage
or attic and call the
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941 Apartments/
Unfurnished
DALLAS
Beautiful, meticu-
lous two story. 2
bedrooms, 2.5 bath
condo at Newberry
Estates. Security
system, central air,
washer/dryer, fire-
place, skylights, pri-
vate master deck.
All maintenance in-
cluded. Amenities
include golf, tennis
private pool. No
Pets. $1,300/month.
Call Susan
570-510-8395
FORTY FORT
39 Tripp Street
Modern & spacious
first floor 2 bedroom
apartment with sun-
room & rear porch
Includes stove,
refrigerator, wash-
er, dryer, storage,
garage & off street
parking. $575/
month plus utilities.
References, securi-
ty. No pets, No
smoking. Ready to
move in and
December is FREE!
570-417-2775 or
570-954-1746
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FMCC REBATE........................... 1,500
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COCCIA DISCOUNT OFF MSRP..... 2,001
FORD REBATE..................................................................... 2,000
FORD BONUS REBATE........................................................... 500
FMCC REBATE..................................................................... 1,000
OFF LEASE REBATE........................................................... 1,000
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COCCIA DISCOUNT OFF MSRP.......................................... 1,996
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OFF LEASE REBATE.................................. 1,000
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COCCIA DISCOUNT OFF MSRP........................ 541
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FORD BONUS REBATE................ 500
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Kingston, PA.
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DOLPHIN PLAZA
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315 PLAZA
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570-675-3904
DUPONT
7 room house with
3 bedrooms, 1 full
tile bath. Large
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fridge, carpeting,
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570-762-8265
HARVEYS LAKE
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HAPPY HOUR 5-7 P.M.
7-9 P.M. LONG ISLAND ICED TEA $5
HAPPY HOUR 3-5 P.M. $2 MILLER LITE
DALLAS LOCATION - WEEKLY BAR SPECIALS
Now Taking Dinner And Party
Reservations For The Holidays
themetrobarandgrill.com nd us on facebook.com/themetrobarandgrill
1174 Memorial Highway Dallas, PA 18612 (570) 675-3663
Winner Of Over a DOZEN
Best Of Awards This Year!
Open 4 pm until 2 am Tuesday through
Saturday Noon Until 2 am Sundays
KIDS EAT FREE Tuesdays
(free meal & beverage from Childrens Menu
with each regular priced Adult Meal & Beverage)
KARAOKE Wednesdays with Joe Miraglia
$5 Burgers & Fries $1 Drafts Thursdays
SEEING DOUBLE FRIDAYS
Live Music 6-9 & 9-1. Two Happy Hours 5-7 & 9-11
MARTINI MADNESS Saturdays
$5 Martinis Live Music 9-1
SUNDAYS Live Music 8-11
HALF OFF HAPPY HOUR NIGHTLY 9-11
Drafts, House Wines, Well Mixers 1/2 Price
Sunday, December 9
th
Make your reservations Now!
570-696-3580
Visit our website for Details & Menu:
www.FIREandICEonTobyCreek.com
RT 309, Trucksville, Just North of Sheetz
639-3474 Just 4 Miles From Dallas
Pole 279 Lakeside Drive Harveys Lake
Lakeside
Skillet
Open Daily 7am - 9pm
Hand Made Lump Crab Patty.......................$10.00
served with homemade tartar sauce, Seasoned fries & handcut cole slaw
Southern BBQ pulled pork...........................$10.00
served with Corn Bread, Red Skin Mashed and Chunky Applesauce - Melt in
your mouth tender pork...These are house baked and loaded with meat.
Black Oak Ham............................................$10.00
with Side of Homemade Pineapple Salsa, Mashed Red Skin Potatoes and
Fresh Baby Carrots.
Old Fashioned Hot Roast Beef Skillet.........$10.00
slow roasted & topped with Homemade Beef Gravy, Mashed & Carrots
Lightly Breaded 6oz. Chicken Parmigiana..$10.00
served over Angel Hair Pasta with Cheese & Marinara, Garlic Bread Sticks
100 E. OVERBROOK ROAD SHAVERTOWN 6749787 BROWNBARNCAFE.COM
Homemade soups, salads, sandwiches, bread and
quiches made fromthe freshest local ingredients.
LUNCH
TUESDAYSATURDAY 11 A.M.3 P.M.
DINNER
THURSDAYSATURDAY 5 P.M.9 P.M.
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book your
Holiday Party!!