Oct 13, 2011 - Frye installed as 12th WSC President
From the Oct. 13, 2011 edition of The Wayne Herald
Frye Installed as 12th WSC President
After two years, the 'interim' is no longer in front of Curt Frye's title.
On Thursday Frye was officially installed as Wayne State College's 12th president.
In ceremonies at Ramsey Theater on the Wayne State...
Sodium, one of the two ions that make up salt (sodium chloride), is an essential ingredient for life. It helps keep the body’s fluids in balance and is necessary for proper functioning of nerves and muscles.
In ancient times and before refrigeration became available, salt was important in food...
10-5-1961 - Billy Brown, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown, got an early start, which was necessary since the snow was gone by late morning.
From the October 5, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald:
First snow of the year
Saturday brought out sleds and called for rolling snowballs by Wayne small fry. Billy Brown, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown, got an early start, which was necessary since the snow was gone by late morning....
The week of Oct. 3-9 is National 4-H Week. 4-H is the youth development program that is part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Land Grant Institution. Across the nation each Land Grant institution has a 4-H and Youth Development program.
This program focuses on youth ages 5-18 by Dec. 31 of...
There never seems to be enough money. Whether one makes a little bit of money or a lot, we can always find ways to spend more. Karen Craig, a family economist, is fond of saying, “Wants are insatiable. The more you make the more creative you are in spending.”
This creative genius never disappears,...
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While everyone may have their own definition of what age range constitutes a “youth leader” it is important to remember that all of them are our future leaders. These youth are the ones who will be leading our country in the near future. Yes, sooner than everyone realizes! As community members, the...
Twenty-three of the 36 active firemen pictured here are, left to right, back row: Harold Fleer,
Harry Leseberg, Lloyd Russell, Ivan Creighton, Ivan Beeks, Dick Mead, Wayne Tietgen, Pat
Hailey, Bud Froehlich, Pete Dawson, Lee Swinney (chief), Paul Koplin, Merle Beckner; front row,
left to fight: Bill Kugler, Leonard Schmidt, N. H. Brugger, Bill Mellor, Warren Bilson, John Theil,
Mert Ellis, Kent Hall, Clete Sharer and Joe Dorcey.
From the Sept. 14, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald:
Wayne and the Wayne Rural Fire District calls for practice as well as actual fire fighting. Wayne
firemen meet twice a month, holding a meeting the first Tuesday and a drill the second Tuesday
of each month.
Equipment of the department includes...
Nature is all around us and many people find themselves enjoying it even more as we move into the fall months.
If you are a nature-lover and work with early childhood, don’t miss our upcoming Tri-State Early Childhood Conference. This year, we are revamping the conference to make it even more...
Fair season has drawn to a close and many people mistakenly believe that means the 4-H program is over for another year. 4-H provides youth with the opportunity to learn by doing; but that opportunity is not only limited to youth enrolled in a traditional 4-H program.
There are other ways that the...