Before I put this fusion story to bed there’s a few off-the-record stories I want to share with our readers. This story is taken from a taped interview with a member of Farnsworth’s original fusion team who wishes to remain anonymous; it began during June of 1964. ITT’s Board of
Sign—-SIGN—-EVERYWHERE a sign blocking out the scenery—-breaking my mind—-Do this, Don’t do that—-Can’t you read the sign?
1970-by Five Man Electrical Band
Driving through Waynedale on Lower Huntington Road, you may have noticed a new billboard above the Raindrop Shoppe at 2511
In earlier generations, “retirement” meant what it sounds like – a cessation of working. Not any longer. Today, when people “retire” from one career, they may well launch into another, either as a consultant, a small-business owner or a part-timer. But if you’re
Wayne Township is always looking for ways to expand our services. One of the ways we are doing this is by being involved and finding out the true needs of community. We attain this goal by reaching out to one of the unsung heroes of our community the veteran population. The essential function of the
City Begins Leaf Pickup Effort
Mayor Graham Richard today joined the City Street Department to kick off the City’s Annual Leaf Pickup program.
Crews are in the north section of the City this week collecting leaves. City residents should have their leaves ready for pickup on the first day of
Before I mention anything else—-DON’T FORGET TO VOTE ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2! This fall’s election is very important for several reasons. There are many strong candidates at the county, state, and national levels and their approaches to governing are very different. Officials elected
Reflections on Grieving And All Saints’ Day
As the leaves fall from the trees, now, with the traditional cold rain, which usually accompanies this time of year, it is appropriate that we explore grieving, and why human beings grieve, and as November 1st approaches and passes, it’s appropriate
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FISH AND CHICKEN DINNER
Who: Foster Park United Methodist Church
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Hand pain is one of the most disabling injuries that a person will ever notice. When most people experience pain in their hands, fingers, or forearms they automatically think they have carpal tunnel syndrome. The problem lies in the fact that people do not know exactly what
RENDEZVOUS WITH TROOP #22
The Scouters from Troop #22 informed me at the October Roundtable that they would have a station set up during the Rendezvous at the Southwest Conservation Club over the weekend of October 9th. They also said that I should stop by and check out their efforts.
From Vietnam, we flew back to Thailand, and finally spent a little more time there. We went to Phuket, where we met up with Ian and Kate, good friends from California. After being on the move so much, our goal was to have a couple of weeks of quality beach time. In spite of being there during monsoon
When given the option of seeing a new movie starring Hilary Duff or seeing a movie with real actors, any sane person over the age of twelve will choose the second alternative. I am sane and older than twelve, so instead of viewing Raise Your Voice this weekend, I saw Ladder 49.
Ladder 49 stars John
I had intended to write about the second half of our family’s summer vacation, discussing the great time we had in New England, and sharing where we feel anyone considering such a trip might want to visit.
Unfortunately, I am sitting here watching the second debate for Governor of Indiana, and
Mount Calvary was originally established as a Sunday School mission to the Waynedale area by Emmaus Lutheran Church. By the late 1920’s the mission had grown into a congregation and started construction of a permanent facility on Lower Huntington Road just west of Bluffton Road. Reverend Herman
Our history begins more than 100 years ago, when a small chapel was built just south of what we know as Waynedale. Land had been donated by Mr. Charles Dalman for the chapel and it was used by several protestant congregations. Total cost for the chapel was $1,150.00 including 2 stoves, an organ
Rod Jackson, a friend of mine, has started a company devoted to helping people, especially those‑who suffer from sinus congestion.‑ Check out his company at www.NuwatiHerbals.com.
I started using The Healer Tea a couple of months ago and have been congestion free ever since.‑ It will
There is dawning another October day—not yet blue, but holding the promise. Now it is early morning gray with gray mist wrapping Pilot Knob in a thick blanket.
Early morning always brings to mind the Bible verse which says, “This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad
SNYDER REPORTS FOR DUTY GRISSOM AIR RESERVE BASE, IND.—-Airman First Class Carisa A. Snyder of Fort Wayne, Indiana, recently reported for duty with the 434th Air Refueling Wing at Grissom Air Reserve Base.
She is the daughter-in-law of Susan O’Leary, also of Fort Wayne.
Airman Snyder will
Sent to The Waynedale news from John Wall, Sr. John’s father, David Wall has been a resident of Waynedale for 38 years. This is his grandson who is proudly serving our country.
Spc. Ryan Cartwright
Current location: Camp Phoenix, Kabul
Born: Fort Wayne
Resides: Fort Wayne
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Scott’s Food & Pharmacy, on October 20, 2004 donated a check for $188,000 to the American Cancer Society, Cancer Services of Allen County and Riley Children’s Foundation. This check represents the proceeds from Scott’s 26th annual Cancer Day, its first ever Cancer Week Round
Local area Freemasons were among a group of 129 selected to receive the Thirty-third Degree, the highest honor of Scottish Rite Freemasonry. The ceremony took place recently in Milwaukee, WI during the annual meeting of the Scottish Rite Supreme Council. The degree is awarded for outstanding service
Editors note: Dave Trainer brought in this story, which was written by his uncle, Haldane W. Bean. It is about a father and his three sons who traveled from southern Illinois to Yellowstone driving a 1916 Model T. Dave is the son of Dean Trainer, who started Trainer’s Shell Service Station
What an awesome Autumn! The beautiful colored leaves, the “mums”, the piles of pumpkins and tall corn shocks. Did you know the Bible talks about a scarecrow in the melon patch? Do read Jeremiah Chapter 10. Also Isaiah 45. “Surely God is with you. There is no God apart from me,