Deer season is almost over. There are a few days left for bow hunters and muzzleloaders. Also if you have a crossbow you’re allowed to hunt deer till the end of the month. Squirrel season will go out December 31, North of US 40, but you may hunt until the last day in January below US 40.
There is a medical condition that causes excessive pungent odor of the feet. Do you think you might be a candidate for having this condition? Take the following quiz:
If taking off your shoes causes potted plants within 15 feet to wilt…you may be a candidate.
If you remove your work boots and
A POSITIVE THOUGHT FOR EACH DAY OF THE NEW YEAR!
Count your blessings instead of your crosses;
Count your gains instead of your losses.
Count your joys instead of your woes;
Count your friends instead of your foes.
Count your smiles instead of your tears;
Count your courage
It seems to me that crime has increased in our lovely normally serene little town of Waynedale, Indiana. Robbery is up, vandalism is up, and people around me are asking me what to do about it. I tell anyone who asks, to join the NRA, purchase a firearm, learn how to use it safely, and then practice
FOR SALE TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER – ROBBIE IRONS’ KOMET JERSEY
This is mounted in a frame with a glass front. It is orange and sports the #30 on the jersey sleeves. There is an engraved plaque on the outside with Robbie Irons’ name on it. This professionally done, glass encased
Bishop Luers freshman girls basketball team traveled all the way down to Indianapolis and put their undefeated record on the line in the Bishop Chatard Invitational Tournament. By drilling Greenfield 44-10 in the afternoon game, Luers earned the right to take on Chatard in the evening championship
Smoke On The Wind
As a nation, we have been to the sweat lodge ceremony, to purify our minds, bodies, and spirits. ‑Now we will light the Sacred Pipe as we Americans join together in prayer; and as the smoke rises to the heavens, our spirits are joined in helping one another, and we will go onward
It Happened On New Year’s Day
With New Year’s Day approaching this gives us a chance to think about what happened in the United States on this day.
Congratulations to all the Fort Wayne league players that went to Sandusky, Ohio to play in the Valley-BCA Team Challenge Nov. 16-18th, 2001. Triple elimination qualifying format. Three wins to the money. Here is how the seven men’s teams finished from Fort Wayne:
5th place: Charlie Patton,
The Industrial Technology Students, at Wayne High School, in Mr. James Lambert’s classes are busy working on their drawings in Auto/CAD and building their woodworking projects.
The Design Process classes are using the Auto/CAD computer to draw in geometric construction, single view and multi-view
We’re featuring some snacks for your Christmas/New Years Eve party this issue so in effect our column could be called Kampfire Snackin’.
RAY’S SIMPLE DEER HUNTIN’ TRAIL SNACK
Equal parts of:
Mix all ingredients together and serve
“But the angel said to him: ‘Do not be afraid, Zechariah; your prayer has been heard. Your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you are to give him the name John… And he will go on before the Lord….'”
—Luke 1:13, 17a
“But the angel said to her, ‘Do
Planets Decorate the Full Long Nights Moon
Those of you fortunate stargazers who received a telescope for Christmas are in for a couple of an enchanting evenings the last week of December. The night sky over Waynedale will play host to a nearly full moon shining between and around two brilliant planets.
One of my close friends in childhood was Ray Goodin. We grew up together in the 1920’s and 30’s in Louisville, Kentucky, and lived near the railroad tracks. Ray had a fascination for freight trains and was always talking about the L & N or the C & O or other freight trains.
Oooooooohhh I just have to tell you where I’ve been; Lord knows I have enough people telling me where to go. OK, I’ve been to the Ponderosa for Sunday dinner and I can’t say that I was overly impressed with their service, or their food, but I can say our waiter was such a dear. He
AMERICAN LEGION DAVID PARRISH POST 296
Fish Frys Plus on Fridays
Karaoke on Wednesdays
Monday Night Football Specials
Christmas Eve Social – December 24
On December 24th, the bar will close and the Post will be open for a social evening with soft drinks and sweets beginning
Is there ever a “bad time” to invest? A lot of people have thought so, for one reason or another – but they’ve usually been proved wrong.
Just glance back over the past 20 years. We’ve had plenty of economic and financial events that probably caused many people to delay
When asked to do a personal interview with my friend Bob Sievers, better known to local radio listeners as Mr. WOWO, I jumped at the chance. Bob is known as everybody’s friend and has been a household name for decades. I was flattered when Bob said he would take off time from his busy schedule
The Christmas poinsettia (euphorbia pulcherrima) has been falsely accused of being a highly toxic ornamental plant to humans for nearly 75 years. The story says that in 1919 the 2-year old child of an Army officer stationed in Hawaii died from eating a poinsettia bract (leaf). There was never any
As I enter my fourth year as Wayne Township Trustee, I think back about how successful my office has been at achieving my goal of developing community partnerships. These collaborations are vital in the problem-solving process because they incorporate multiple viewpoints and ideas. Many of our successes
Since most of our worries never happen, why do some of us spend so much time worrying?
Worry generally makes you not feel very good, and people who worry tend to be much slower at making decisions. Apparently, the main reason that people worry is due to an intolerance of change or uncertainty.
Buttermilk clouds riffle across the wide expanse of the sky this morning, as another mild day unfolds in the hills. One of our sons complained this morning “it doesn’t feel a bit like Christmas.” It is true that we have had an extended fall season of warm weather, and
Esther E. Watson, 81, died Friday, December 14 at Lutheran Hospital. A native of Van Wert, Ohio, she was a homemaker and was employed with General Electric before WWII for 5 years. She was a member of Calvary United Methodist Church, Partisian Chapter of the Elex Club and a Korean War and WWII Army
Roy James Badger, 75, died Thursday, December 6 at Lutheran Hospital. A native of Huntington, Indiana, he was employed by City Utilities as a Night Dispatcher for 23 years and retired in 1992. He was the son of Harry and Jessie (Richardson) Badger. He was a member of the HOST PROGRAM at the Fort
Woodrow Wilson “Pee Wee” Jimison, 87, died at Hickory Creek Nursing Center, Columbia City, Indiana. A native of Decatur, Illinois he worked at Erie Haven for 4 years and then worked as a mechanic at Black Motor Sales in Albion, Indiana for 2 years. He retired in 1976. He is preceded