Certain Indiana politicians want me to vote for Daylight Savings Time. Why? Do they think it will win votes for them? Not in my house it won’t. Daylight Savings Time, BULL HOCKY! This has got to be the dumbest thing anyone every came up with. Why in the world would anyone in their right
Planetary Gathering Celebrates National Astronomy Week
April will offer an unusual opportunity for the casual stargazer to easily see five planets in the night sky after sunset. This will be the best gathering in nearly 20 years featuring the planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter. During
(After 32 years of annual fishing tips we found that every trip has brought us something to remember and some things we’d like to forget.)
Our gear was all packed,
We were ready to leave,
When wails from the bathroom,
Like you wouldn’t believe.
Wife was rinsing her dentures,
TROOP 44 APPOINTS FIRST FEMALE ASSISTANT SCOUTMASTER
Jack Shepard, Scoutmaster of Troop 44 announced the appointment of Anita “Nana” Weyer as Troop 44’s First-Ever (as far as we know) female Assistant Scoutmaster at the troop’s Court of Honor held Monday, April 8, 2002 at the
AUCTION & FLEA MARKET
Who: Allen County 4-H
What: Auction and Flea Market
When: Saturday, April 20, 2002 from 9am to 5pm
Where: Allen County Fairgrounds on Carroll Road
Why: Proceeds to go to Allen County Fairgrounds and 4-H Horse and Pony
NOTE: Frea market table space available – call and reserve
Hello I have Waynedaler Mike Willman and (2) Tournaments to cover this issue.
First the Valentines Scotched Doubles Tournament held Sat. Feb. 9th, 2002 at Mickey & Billys in Southtown Mall.
1st Place and Champions: Laura Webber & Mike Hoppel
2nd Place (Runner Up): Melissa Turnpaugh &
Jamie Gieschen has been awarded three scholarships from VU. She has received the Martin Luther Award, the Lutheran Heritage Award, and the Lutheran High School Award. The Martin Luther Award is a $4,500 grant awarded to sons and daughters of full-time professional Lutheran church
It’s finally spring — at least according to the calendar. As we move into a new season, you may adjust your lifestyle, your schedule and even your wardrobe. But no matter what the time of year, some things shouldn’t change — such as your investment guidelines.
Of course, everyone’s
What is Eczema?
Eczema is an inflammation of the skin that causes reddening, scaling and sometimes intense itching. Eczema is often associated with other allergic conditions such as hay fever, asthma and food allergies. Eczema often runs in families and shows in an infant as small bumps on the cheeks,
contributed by Umber’s Ace Hardware
SPARK PLUG – First disconnect the spark plug wire and remove plug. Check the contacts. Rusty contact points may prevent your mower from starting. To remove rust, use emery cloth and lightly rub each contact point until all rust is removed. If the mower
Carrie Catherine Fisher and Shannon Dean Bouthot have set May 11, 2002 as their wedding date. Their parents are Daniel and JoAnn Fisher, and Raney and Kathy Bouthot. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Wayne High School. She is employed by Pinkerton-General Motors. Her fiancé is a graduate of Elmhurst
A short story. Just in case any of you were feeling a little imperfect. A water bearer in India had two large pots, each hung on the ends of a pole which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it, while the other pot was perfect and always delivered a full portion of water.
Cub Scout Pack 3352, sponsored by Pleasant Center Elementary School, Corner of Bluffton Road and Pleasant Center Road, recently asked Doni Adam, a member of Fort Wayne Art Source, if their Wolf and Bear Dens could visit the Art Gallery to work on earning their Scouting Academic Art Pin and Belt Loop.
“We think Holy Scripture Preschool is the best!” “It is fun!” “We learn and we play at school.” ” I love my teacher.” “Jesus loves me.” These are just a few of the comments heard from the children in Mrs. Karen Manges room.
Mrs. Manges has
YOUNG GARDENERS, APPLY NOW FOR SUMMER, 2002 YOUTH GARDEN PROGRAM
Space is limited for the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service’s 5th Annual Allen County Master Gardener Youth Volunteer Program for children ages 8-12. Apply now at the Purdue Cooperative Extension Office. Space is
It is easier to copy work than come up with your own, especially when you are a student doing a research paper that is due in one day. “Geez! I can’t write a paper in one day!” Well, if Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence in one night, then
Oooooooohhhh I just have to tell you about a bargain place to eat. It’s any Wendy’s restaurant. I’m not just talking about the one on Broadway at the Bluffton Bridge over the St. Mary’s River. Oh that restaurant is good too and just as clean as a pin since they did their remodeling.
A feat unprecedented in the game of baseball as far as anyone around here can recall occurred on Sunday, March 17 at Carrington Field across from the Coliseum here in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Two Indiana Tech Warrior pitchers, John Zamora and Shaun Geise pitched back-to-back no-hitters against
THE VETERAN DANCER
At a pow wow, the Head Veteran leads the dancers around the sacred circle when the MC calls for a Veterans Dance. He is chosen by the pow wow committee, and it is a great honor among those who have served in our armed forces to be chosen, and also to dance the Veterans Dance. It
The story is told of a young boy who went to church every Sunday with his Grandmother. Every Sunday after church the two of them would go and get some ice cream. Now, this was back in the days when you could buy an ice cream for a nickel. One Sunday the Grandmother was sick and couldn’t go to
Ronald M. Malone, 68, died Tuesday, April 9, 2002 in Fort Wayne. He was born in Fort Wayne and worked for REHAB and Easter Seals ARC of Northeast Indiana, retiring in 1994
His hobbies included bowling and dancing. He will be missed by his special friend Virginia, as well as his friends and staff
Ruby Kathryn Zimmerman Richey, 86, died Sunday, April 7, 2002 at Spring Arbor, Michigan. A native of Sashatchewan, Canada, she was an employee of Sears Roebuck Company in Fort Wayne for 20 years. She retired in 1975. She was a member of Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church in Spring Arbor, Michigan.
Donna J. Westerfield, 72, died Tuesday, April 9, at here Fort Wayne Residence. A native of Canton, Illinois, she was a school secretary in Davenport, Iowa and Executive Secretary for Huber, Hunt & Nichols Construction in Indianapolis, Indiana. She was a Methodist Church member and liked bowling,
Ruth V. (Beckman) Brown, 91, died Saturday, March 31, 2002 at University Park Nursing Center. She was retired from Stillman’s Department Store where she worked as a sales clerk for 20 years. She is preceded in death by her husband Rudolph F. Brown who passed away in November 1976, parents
Gene E. Goff, 73, died Thursday, April 4, 2002 at his Fort Wayne residence. A native of Fort Wayne, he was a C.P.A. for Cooper C.P.A. Group for 20 years and also worked for Krouse Kern & Company. He retired in 2000. He was a member of Plymouth Congregational Church, former President & Treasurer