Ardelle Glaze was born in West Virginia in 1910. He grew up in Akron, Ohio, so I wondered how his name came to be one of the 42 names listed on the Charter Membership of the Waynedale Chamber of Commerce. The Waynedale Chamber of Commerce was started in the late forties and Fort Wayne Metals Company
On Sunday, January 9, the St. Mary’s River at Foster Park was running high, but it was receding and there wasn’t much cause for concern. January precipitation usually comes in the way of snowfall.
Then the weather turned unseasonably warm and the rain started. By Wednesday, January 12
Last week I heard a voice from yesteryear, a sort of breathless, girlish voice that held a hint of suppressed laughter. I was half asleep when she called, else I would have known that voice anywhere.
“Mary-Bug” we called her, although her name was Mary Leta. She was named for our mutual
MURIEL “MIMI” F. HINTON, 83, died Sunday, January 9, 2005, at Renaissance Village, Fort Wayne. Born in Chicago, Illinois, she was a homemaker and member of First Presbyterian Church.
Survivors include son, Richard H. Hinton Jr. of Fort Wayne; daughters, Leslie A. Hall, Nancy L. Woosley,
VAL E. HARMEYER, 87, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, January 16, 2005, at Covington Manor, Fort Wayne. Born March 13, 1917, in Fort Wayne, he was a self-employed janitorial window washer and served in the Army.
Surviving are daughters, Valerie (Mike) Brown of Rome City, Jane (Jim) Bates of Fort Wayne and
ALFRED NELSON BOYLAN, 94, died Friday, January 14, 2005, at the Towne House Health Center, two weeks before his 95th birthday. “He will be missed.” Born in Antwerp, Ohio, he worked 35 years for Kroger Co., retiring in 1972. A member of Calvary Third Presbyterian Church, Elks, Moose, and
MARJORIE R. (RICE) WATERS, 82, of Fort Wayne, died Thursday, January 13, 2005, at Canterbury Nursing and Rehabilitation.
Surviving are her sisters, Lydia Emerick, Coldwater Florida, and Phyllis Rice, Fort Wayne, her daughters Beverly Mozena, Orland, Indiana and Marilyn Kester of Fort Wayne. Sons, Larry,
ROBERT C. SEITZ, 81, died Tuesday, January 11, 2005, at Parkview Hospital. The Fort Wayne native was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, serving in the 4th Division as a BAR Rifleman, was involved in the invasion of Normandy at Utah Beach and was a recipient of the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart.
RICHARD J. VODDE, 87, died Wednesday, January 12, 2005, at Woodcrest Nursing Home, Decatur. The Fort Wayne native retired in 1979 from Conrail, after 39 years with the company, formerly known as Penn Central and the Pennsylvania Railroad. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Decatur,
OSCAR “OZZIE” RAYMOND EGGERS, 84, passed away peacefully Friday, December 31, 2004, at his home, Prairie Village, Kansas, a suburb of Kansas City. His wife and son were at his side. The cause of death was prostate cancer.
Born September 24, 1920, in Fort Wayne, he was the son of Fred and
RUTH P. ORMISTON, 96, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, January 8, 2005, at The Village of Heritage, Monroeville. Born February 13, 1908, in Huntington County, she was a member of Trier Ridge Church of God.
Surviving are her daughter, Judy (Charles) Bostwick of Fort Wayne; grandsons, Chuck (Paula) Bostwick
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Becoming a street nurse had never occurred to me prior to my moving to Louisville, and, in fact, I had never heard of a street nurse. However, it was to become my life for the next five years. When I moved to Louisville, I was scanning the classifieds and came upon an advertisement
Since its opening on December 22, Meet the Fockers has broken three records. The film now holds the records for largest New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and Christmas Day grossing. In spite of all the money it has taken in and how much press it has gotten, I just did not find Meet the Fockers
Has Major League Baseball Developed a Code of Ethics?
On November 2, newspapers announced that, “Backman Steps up for Diamondbacks.”
Wally Backman, with a 14-year Major League playing career, mostly with the Mets and 8 years as a successful Minor League manager was going to manage
It is Girl Scout Cookie time once again. On Friday, January 14th Girl Scouts from Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, Steuben and Wells counties began selling Girl Scout Cookies. The sale will continue through Sunday, March 13th. Cookies will be available immediately from Girl Scouts through Cookies-in-Hand,
MARKLE FINANCIAL GROUP is pleased to announce that Greg VanMeter has joined the firm as an Investment Advisor. According to Financial Advisor and CEO Tim Jolloff, “Greg brings with him over 22 years of varied experience in the financial services industry, which will allow us to serve our growing
Richard Sawyer recently joined Tower Bank as Financial Reporting Officer. For the past 15 years, Sawyer has held financial positions within the commercial real estate industry, most recently as Controller for McKinley Properties, Inc., headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Sawyer holds a B.A. in Accounting
Artificial Sweeteners: Are they dangerous?
Worrying about our body weight has become a major concern for the vast majority of Americans. Because of this concern, the diet industry has boomed. One of the most crucial substances for the diet industry are the artificial sweeteners.
Indiana wild deer report
Statewide deer herd nearly stable, contributes to state economy “Indiana’s state-wide deer herd size has remained relatively stable since 1998,” said Department of Natural Resources deer biologist Jim Mitchell. “The DNR tries to maintain a deer population
The 2005 session began with an explosion of activity in and around the Statehouse. When the General Assembly convened January 4, senators and representatives immediately began working on aggressive proposals to move Indiana in a positive, new direction. Gov. Mitch Daniels already has signed several
This week’s “Here’s To Your Health” is a continuation of a Step Ten discussion. Bill Wilson’s book Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions continued with: In all situations we need self-restraint, honest analysis of what’s involved in a willingness to admit when the
With winter well under way, cold weather and freezing temperatures could make ice and snow build-up an unprepared homeowner’s nightmare. Ice dams, which develop when heat from a roof covered with at least eight inches of snow moves through the roof and melts the bottom layer of snow, are among
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On January 11, 2005 marked the mid-point in the second ice skating season at Headwaters Park. The outdoor rink, which opened on November 25, has been in operation for 46 days. There are 47 days left in the season before the rink closes on Sunday, February 27.
“As of January 10, just over 9,000