This segment of the Farnsworth story is about a misleading story currently running on the History Channel, about the history of television. This distorted History Channel version credited Farnsworth for inventing television, but portrayed David Sarnoff as a great benevolent corporate father who along
If you’ve been investing over the past decade, you probably have good reason to be confused about the stock market’s performance. After all, from January 1995 through December 1999, the S & P 500 Index, an unmanaged index that cannot be invested into directly, gained an average of
Strengthening Our Community Through Cooperation
We here at the Wayne Township Trustee’s Office recognize that the needs of our community cannot be met by only one agency. There are many organizations that make up that fabric of social service, and recent years national policies have
Greetings! I hope you’ve had a great summer! Things have been fairly quiet in the 4th District (which extends from the airport on the south to Goshen Road on the north and Covington Shopping Center on the west to the West Central area on the east) this summer. The crime rate remains low in
Walking on the banks of the pond and wetland here at our home we call Peace Tree Ridge, I could see the beautiful Japanese koi swimming near the surface of the water.‑ I thought of a time when a friend was fishing here at Peace Tree Ridge, catching fishing and then releasing them back into the pond.‑
BEHIND THE SCENES AT WIZARD STADIUM
Baseball Chapel at the Ball Park
Every Sunday during baseball season at all professional baseball parks, “Baseball Chapel” is conducted. “Baseball Chapel” is a national organization with their home office in Springfield, PA. Vince Nauff
Reflections On The Passing of Seasons
The ending of summer and the startup of school is on most of our minds, once again. Summer has seemed shorter this year, and it seems that we never quite had June, though I do recall the wheat being harvested not too long ago.
How we experience time is so subjective.
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The spirited National Championship competition of the United States Pony Clubs was held July 19-23 in Lexington, KY. Kirsten Hoham (second from left) 13, a Pony Club member from Silver Snaffles Pony Club in Fort Wayne, was a competitor. She competed in Quiz as a member of the Great Lakes Region
The circulation area of The Waynedale News was very well represented during the fourth session of the season at Camp Chief Little Turtle. Troops #22 from the Southwest Conservation Club, Troop #38 from Calvary United Methodist, and Troop #302 from Monson Chapel/Beagle Club were all in attendance.
This week’s HTYH will complete our discussion about Step Seven, “Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings.” In Bill Wilson’s book, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, on page seventy-five he said: “We saw we needn’t always be bludgeoned and beaten into humility.
The katydids have been sounding a warning for some time now, their quarrelsome cry punctuating the early nighttime air.‑ There is an old saying that when the katydids begin to call, it will be six weeks until frost.‑ That must be just an old wives’ tale, as they have been heard for three
If I knew it would be the last time that I’d see you fall asleep, I would tuck you in more tightly and pray the Lord, your soul to keep.
If I knew it would be the last time that I see you walk out the door, I would give you a hug and kiss and call you back for one more.
If I knew
It was just an ordinary day. Pretty outside, with bright sunshine inviting a little girl outside to play on her swing, pick flowers, or do whatever else appealed to her six-year-old self. But, Emily had chores to do. Her mother told her to pick up her toys in her room, but Emily could
Kent Martz, former principal of New Haven Elementary School, is now at Waynedale Elementary. Kent replaces Dave Yard, who has recently taken a job in Human Resources for Fort Wayne Community Schools.
Kent began his teaching career as a fourth-grade teacher at Andrews Elementary School in Huntington
Oh! There once was a swagman camped in the Billabong,
Under the shade of a Coolabah tree;
And he sang as he looked at his old billy boiling,
“Who’ll come a- waltzing Matilda with me.”
The words were written by “Banjo” in 1895. Banjo was the pen name for A.B. Paterson,
Honey, I’m baaaaaaaaack!
Don’t you just love going to visit relatives? Well, that is just what Wayne and I have been up ta’. We’ve been just about everywhere! Family reunions, 50th wedding anniversaries, 60th birthday parties, and showers. I believe we’re about all party-ed
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KATHLEEN A. RONDOT, also known as, KAITLYN E. BARTLING, 41, of Fort Wayne, died Wednesday, August 4, 2004, at her residence. Born June 26, 1963, in Fort Wayne, she was the daughter of Robert and DeEtte (Matchan) Rondot. She was a member of St. Joe United Methodist Church and a graduate of University
MARIE E. KROUSE, 84, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, August 7, 2004, at Lutheran Hospital. Born February 5, 1920, in Sharon, Kansas, she was a homemaker and member of St. Peter Catholic Church. She was active many years with the Old Fort Settlers and The Spinning Guild.
Survivors include her husband
RALPH E. DAGER, 91, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, August 8, 2004, at Shepherd of the Hill, Kendallville. Born May 9, 1913, in Zulu, he was a florist for Frank’s Wholesale and Broadview Florist, retiring in 2001. He attended St. Therese Catholic Church and enjoyed fishing.
Surviving are his companion,
JAMES BRIAN HEAD, 26, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, August 7, 2004, in Fort Wayne. Born May 6, 1978, in Fort Wayne, he was a Forklift operator at Exel Corp., Fort Wayne. He served in the U.S. Marine Corp. and enjoyed bowling. “Loving father.”
Surviving are his companion, Stephanie Darrah
MILDRED A. O’KEEFE, 78, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, August 1, 2004, at home. Born October 28 1925, in Chicago, IL, she was the daughter of the late Peter S. and Mary A. (Nizich) Moros. She was a homemaker and worked as office manager for Arena Theatre and as receptionist for the Fort Wayne Chamber
ALICE “JOY” STEWARD, 79, of Ossian, died Monday, August 2, 2004, at Ossian Healthcare Center. Born December 21, 1924, in Belmont, IL she was the daughter of the late Franklin Hill and Ada Hill Flick. She worked at the State Development Center for 10 years and also for the Indiana School
PAUL R. DIEHM, 48, formerly of Fort Wayne, died Monday, August 2, 2004, at the University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, KY. The Fort Wayne native was a member of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
He was preceded in death by his father, Ralph D. Diehm in 1985, and brother, Willard