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Waynedale History

WAYNEDALE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHOIR

Details Photo provided by Larry D. Goss  Front Row: Clyde Ploughe, ?, ? Mitchell, Donna McCague-Clayton, JoAnne Watkins, Marilyn Parkinson-Roehm, Verda Clausen, ?, Scott Parkinson. Middle Row: Don Goss, Roger Ploughe, ?, ?, Evelyn Parkinson-Fultz, Helen Mutton-Herman. Back Row: ?, ?, ?, Mary Lou Smith, Mae Ploughe, Grosvenor Ward, Faye Parkinson, Bill Wetzel, ?, Ruth Hoopengardner, Lorene Sheddick, Herb Winkleman, Don Richardson, John Clayton, ? Spencer.

Larry, a former resident of Waynedale, came across this photo while going through some old albums. It was taken at a picnic at the John Clausen cottage on Lake Wawasee around 1947-49. Bill Wetzel was the choir director and sometimes the organist at the Waynedale United Methodist Church for a number of years. Alma Brydon was the regular organist, but Bill gave concerts on the vintage Allen organ when it was new. Donna McCague directed the children's choir for a year or so when it was first...

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THE WAYNEDALER

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The first edition of The Waynedale News came out on September 2nd, 1932. The name of the paper at that time was The Waynedale Press. Arden McCoy was the editor and the paper was a single sheet measuring 15X10 inches. Noble's Food Store was the main advertiser. They listed Hershey Cocoa at 1 pound for 17 cents and Camay Toilet Soap at 5 cents per bar. Potatoes were 7.5 cents a peck and 25 cents per bushel.

In a small corner of that first paper was a note from the local businessmen. It...

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100 YEARS AGO IN 4-H

Details That would be me exhibiting one of my 4-H projects back in the 60’s.

4-H programs began in response to young people and their need for a better agricultural education. In 1902, a large percent of Americans lived on farms. Organized outside of school, parents served as volunteer leaders along with educators to instruct the youth. No one individual is credited with originating the 4-H program. However, it was in 1902, that A. B. Graham, Superintendent of Schools in Clark County, Ohio, organized a boys' and girls' agriculture club.

In 1907 or 1908, the first...

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