Waynedale Opinion Articles

Our local writers give you insight of their original opinions on the latest Waynedale (Fort Wayne), Indiana news and entertainment topics. Movie, restaurant, show and event reviews are in this section.

REFLECTIONS ON SABBATH REST

Years ago, back in the early 1960's there were laws called "blue laws." Those of us who are old enough to remember those days, recall that because these laws were in place, places of business were not open on Sundays.

Looking back on those days in the early 1960's and before probably seems like "ancient history" to some, especially to those who never lived in a time when there was an "official" Sabbath, enforced by law.

Why is a Sabbath important? Well, from a...

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Ooooooh I just have to tell you, Wayne and I received a gift certificate for Hall's Restaurants. We got to go out to eat for free, if you don't count the tip that my spendthrift little tubby hubby left for that cute little ol' waitress that was so all fired nice to us. Not that I mind a nice, good natured, kind, considerate bubbly person to wait on us mind you, but they should never send one so nicely built and so young. Wayne spilled his water, dropped his napkin for the umpteenth time and...

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Although I live 2000 miles away, I still think of Waynedale as home. I have been away for nearly 30 years but I look forward to The Waynedale News and read it cover to cover, but always start with Mrs. Waynedale for news on good restaurants in the area, and of course, her darling Tubby Hubby. Don't let her get away. Thank you so much for continuing to send the paper to me each time it comes out. God bless you all and keep you in his shelter. Mrs. Barbara Claymiller, FL

Have a Happy New...

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The last thing I think I ever wanted to see would be Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton making out. I don't think I know anyone who would want to. Never the less, Something's Gotta Give focuses on the less than likely romance between the two.

In the movie, Keaton plays Erica Barry, a famous playwright who is surprised to find a half dressed Harry Sanborn (Nicholson) basking in front of her refrigerator one day. Harry is dating Erica's daughter, Marin (Amanda Peet, Identity), who is about forty...

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Enjoy reading about Waynedale. Karen Ausderan 

Keep up the good work. Mary Ellen Folk

I'd like just one copy of The Waynedale News, however you want to send it. Have a great year of 2004. Marge Johnson

Your paper is excellent. Lois Jetmore

Great job, Love Mrs. Waynedale. Keep up the good work. Lisa Palmer

We enjoy your paper a lot. Maurice Wyss

Editor is not the fisherman that he thinks he is. Merry Christmas to the staff. Herman Quake

I really enjoy the paper. Elizabeth...

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Ooooooh I just have to tell you, "Happy 2004 everybody." My, my, my, I haven't felt this good since last year. Wayne and I have been down south a time or two in the past few months and we've gotten a little behind. Well, actually my behind isn't so little since the holidays, but I'm working on it. Wayne said for me to get an industrial strength girdle and just forget it. Wearing one of those contraptions in my condition, in public, would be a dangerous thing if it got loose from me or...

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