Waynedale Leisure & Entertainment

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A red felt and beaded brooch made by Canadian Evelyne is worn as a reminder of those lost in war.

On May 25 the Annual Waynedale Memorial Day parade will wind its way through the streets to the Prairie Grove Cemetery. Once again we will gather to mourn those brave men and women who gave their lives in service to their country. The bell will chime to mark the passing of each local veteran who passed away during the last twelve months. The solemnity of the ceremony, the words of comfort and sacrifice, the air filled with the sound of guns and taps: this is Memorial Day. I would ask everyone...

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Delbert's at it again. You know Delbert McLain, our local chamber of commerce? He's the guy who wants to bring lots of people here so the place isn't quite as nice as it is now.

Well, ol' Delbert zipped into the Mule Barn truck stop the other day, plopped down at the empty Round Table, and motioned for those of us at the philosophy counter to join him. We did.

"Boys," he said, when we were seated and sipping, "I want to bounce an idea off you and see how it goes."

He almost whispered, "Two...

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Those of us with one child often wonder what it is like to homeschool a couple children at once. My friend, Annemarie D., explains how teaching multiple children can be a challenge, "It would be a pleasure to have all of our children be exactly the same in learning style and pace, right? I did teach a child who was a self-teacher, motivated and was independent. This let me teach my other son, who was unsure of himself, to work on his own. When I realized my next child would also need more time...

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The sun peeped up over Pilot Knob this morning, but was soon obscured by clouds that covered the sky. The air is warm and humid, with thunderstorms threatening to move into our hills. April showers are bringing forth May flowers, with little blue violets showing their faces through the green grass. Yellow dandelions are sprinkled over the lawn, punctuated by the red-breasted robin searching for earthworms.

Somewhere it must have snowed on the sarvis, giving spring the go-ahead to come on in...

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Dorothy Levihn’s needlepoint sampler includes her initials “DL” and the year ’75.

Forty years! That's how long it's been since I graduated in the fourth graduation class of Wayne High School. A recent notice in The Waynedale News alerted me to the class's upcoming reunion. I have never attended any of them, but after forty years it seems to be a good time to get caught up with former classmates.

Our graduation ceremony hit a snag when the weather took a turn for the worst: Instead of parading through the football uprights, the ceremony was held in the gym with limited...

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Sally had been married for seven years, and all she wanted was to be a mother. Only a few months after she was married, she had prepared a nursery for the baby she dreamed of having.

But the years passed, and no baby came. She spent lots of money on doctors and specialists, but the final verdict was that she would never be able to have a baby. She had spent the last seven years praying for a child, and now that she felt God had abandoned her, she, in her bitterness, abandoned him.

She watched...

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