Today In Salisbury’s History: Friday, Nov. 26, 1971

Friday, Nov. 26, 1971

  •  During a recent club meeting, the Lucky Leaf Girls of the Wicomico 4-H welcomed two new members: Pam Filippelli and Stephanie Macon. The 4-H group was planning a Wildlife Tour of Blackwater Refuge near Cambridge.
  • The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra was scheduled to open its 1971-72 season Thursday night on the road at Salisbury State University, under the sponsorship of the Eastern Shore Symphony Society. Rainer Miedel was to wield the baton in the performance set for Holloway Hall.
  • Mrs. William Ahtes was set to host the Alpha Xi Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi on Monday at 8 p.m. in her Valleywood Drive home. Mrs. Thomas Berry was scheduled to present the program. Meanwhile, the Four Seasons Garden Club was scheduled to meet at the Avalon Park home of its president, Mrs. Carl L. Anderton.
  • Wade H. Insley III joined the law firm of Porter, Cullen, Clark and White . The son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Insley Jr. of Salisbury, the Oak Hill Apartments resident is a graduate of the University of Maryland and the University of Baltimore School of Law.
  • The Allegheny Air System announced new fares from the Salisbury Airport. Flying from Salisbury to any of 12 East Coast and Midwest cities would only cost between $3 and $12 more than flying to the same locations from Baltimore.
  • Salisbury Police were investigating the thefts of two pickup trucks. Police Chief Leslie Payne said one truck was stolen from Lady Salisbury Sportswear on Jenkins Lane and the other was stolen from the driveway of a Cooper Street home.
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