Cuckoo birdhouse clocks, grandfather clocks, wall mantels and antique clocks dating back to 1865 are just a few of the many clocks that adorn the walls and shelves of Fort Wayne’s only full service clock shop. Mr. Bill Rice is the owner of that clock shop, Consolidated Time Service. It was formerly
“THIS I BELIEVE . . . EACH AND EVERY DAY!”
CHRIS MATHES, SCOUT EXECUTIVE
Each and every day – duty to God – duty to country – service to others.
In recent times, the Boy Scouts of America has been criticized as being out of step with contemporary society. Yet when America comes
THE HAWK AND THE TURTLE
We got lost in the Hoosier National Forest. Should have listened to the crows who warned “Be Careful.” When we realized we had lost our way, it was not long until Jane saw a red-tailed hawk circling in the sky. When he was out of sight, she said, “We must
A WALK TO BETHELEM
First Christian Church
4800 South Calhoun Street
Fort Wayne, IN 744-3239
You are invited to A WALK TO BETHELEM by your friends at First Christian Church on either evening of December 7 and 8 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Groups begin the 20 minute journey every 10 minutes. The
BOY SCOUT BEEFY MAC
1-1/2 lb. hamburger
1 large onion, chopped
2 cans condensed tomato Soup
3/4 cup water
1 tbsp. prepared mustard
1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese
4 cups cooked elbow macaroni
Salt & pepper to taste
Garlic powder to taste
Hot sauce to taste
Cook beef and onion
OPENING PRAYER KANSAS STATE SENATE
This is an interesting prayer given in KANSAS at the opening session of their Senate. It seems prayer still upsets some people. When Minister Joe Wright was asked to open the new session of the KANSAS SENATE, everyone was expecting the usual generalities, but this
Jeremy Pion Bowler
When you watch Jeremy Pion bowl you say, “He sure throws a lot of strikes.” To average a score of 230, you need to throw 7-8 strikes a game. His last year’s 230 was the highest in the Fort Wayne Bowling Association. To get this recognition an interpretation was
Play pressure-free pool. Lets say you are playing pool down in your basement with a friend of yours. Between the two of you there is no pressure. Both of you are having fun and playing great pool. Everything is going in and your safety play is perfect. Now freeze that picture. I am going to come back
LOCAL UNIVERSITY STUDENT TO EXHIBIT VETERAN PHOTOS AT MUSEUM
Jamie Buffington of Fort Wayne will have patriotic photographs on display in an exhibition that opened November 11 in the Brauer Museum of Art on the campus of Valparaiso University. The photos were taken by 13 students in the Photography
Jim and Lisa Michell celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at the American Legion Post #241 in Waynedale on Saturday, November 17th. They were married on October 30, 1976 at St. Vincent’s Catholic Church in Fort Wayne. They have three children-Jamie, Janessa, and Joe. Jim is a letter carrier
In the everyday rush of business sometimes we forget to stop and thank those people who supported our business and have become our friends and associates.
Joe Lanning, owner of Ridenour Service wishes to thank the community of Waynedale for their business support through the last five years.
Where can you find a specialty store providing foods for Asian, Bosnian, Croatian, German, Greek, Italian, Mexican, South American, Indian, and other ethnic food in the same location? From the outside it looked like another ordinary grocery store. As I entered George’s International Grocery
We would like to inform you of a new auction and realty company. Although a new name in the Waynedale area, Martin and Bailey is established in the auction industry with over forty-five years of combined experience.
Larry Martin is a graduate of Reppert’s School of Auctioneering and the Certified
Stop by and say hello to Connie Stickler at 7105 Old Trail Road. She joined the Waynedale Community on November 1, 2001 as your neighborhood State Farm agent. Connie offers coverage for your home, auto, life, health, as well as financial services provided by State Farm Bank. Connie will provide you
Owner Jason Price and finishing expert Scott Hartman are always looking for ways to take their graphics business, GraphXdirect, to the next step. They have over ten years experience in graphics production. They are located at 2502 Church Street in Waynedale across from the Waynedale United Methodist
The Battle of the Video Games
The Nintendo Game Cube and Microsoft’s XBox are battling each other for the best home video game console this fall. Last year Sony’s Playstation 2 was one of the hardest to find, and most desired toy of every video game fan.
Both products feature faster
Oooooooohhh I just have to tell you something, I’ve had the grandest time this month and last. I’ve gotten to see all my grandchildren but one new one that hasn’t been born very long and it is out of state and a long ways off. We all got together and had turkey and ham for an early
KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION
The KWVA, Indiana Chapter One will have the last meeting of the year on December 8th at 9am. Social hour will be at 7:30am. We meet at the American Legion Post 82, Harris Road. All members are urged to attend as well as spouses and friends. Installation of the new
New Southwest Specialist
As I reported to you earlier, City of Fort Wayne Southwest Neighborhood Specialist Deb Morrone left this position recently to become the Director of Training for the Regional Community Policing Institute at Taylor University. While, we were very sorry to see Deb go,
IVY Tech State College’s human services department requires their students to complete an internship at a social service organization to satisfy their graduation requirements. I’m very pleased to report Wayne Township’s continued and successful practice of offering such internships.
For the first eight months of 2001, U.S. economic growth was slow, if not stagnant. Then came the tragic events of September 11, which rocked the economy even further and disrupted the financial markets.
How should you respond to this situation? Should you abandon your investment strategy? Should you
The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette ran an editorial last Sunday which had the pictures of all of our area legislators. Most were shown under the caption “For Secret Government”. Four were shown under the caption “For Open Government”. Once again, this newspaper gets it very wrong
As you are probably aware City Council has spent the last several months evaluating the administration’s health insurance package offered to city employees. Council members got involved in the insurance matter after city employees let us know they were concerned about the lack of choice in the
The sun is struggling bravely to pierce the smoky haze that surrounds Pilot Knob as another fair day begins to take shape. This extended Indian summer weather has been a mixed blessing, as extremely dry weather conditions have caused numerous brush fires in our vicinity. A strong smell
When I was quite young, (in the 40’s and early 50’s), the Waynedale Grade School was a place of great anticipation on Monday nights during the summer time. I don’t know who put the shows on, but every Monday night all the Waynedale kids would gather up blankets and chairs, make up