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King and Queen Crowned - 8-10-1961
From the August 10, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald:   King and Queen crowned   The King and Queen of the Wayne State summer music camp are pictured here after balloting by 120 campers.   Charleen Wendel, Wayne, left, is maid of honor; Craig Colburn, Seward, king; Doris Swanson, Stromsburg, queen...
It is hard to believe the new school year is almost here with the joys of purchasing new school supplies.  Teachers, parents, and students are adjusting to the new school schedules after a busy summer.  The buildings and teachers and even some of the subjects have changed since parents were in...

Robert Longwell (center) with Librarian Bonnadell Fredrickson. Other winners in the summer reading club were Tom McDermott (left) who placed second; Susan Jo Berry, Randolph, who placed fourth, and Rose Ann Templemeyer (not pictured) who placed third. Aug. 3, 1961
From the August 3, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald: Championship Reader   Robert Longwell (center) with Librarian Bonnadell Fredrickson. Other winners in the summer reading club were Tom McDermott (left) who placed second; Susan Jo Berry, Randolph, who placed fourth, and Rose Ann Templemeyer (not...
In Nebraska one in three age-eligible youth take part in 4-H, America’s largest youth development organization.  Through 4-H, youth gain experiences that help them become skilled employees, creative thinkers, and good citizens. Nebraska Extension not only brings 4-H to Nebraska; but also a vast...

Lesser judges Faith Junck in the Junior Showmanship. Lenell Fiscus, of Coleridge, judged the 4-Her's on upkeep and appearance of the cat.
From the July 28, 2011 edition of The Wayne Herald: A purr-fect show   Last Saturday 4-Her's, families and volunteers all piled into the fairgrounds for the cat show and dog show.   Sharon Lesser, of Pierce, judged the 4-Her's on showmanship of themselves and their cat.      
Years ago, family meals were the only meals–everyone ate together, talked together and enjoyed not only food, but also the support and socialization of sitting down together and sharing a meal. Today, family meals are more important than ever–and worth the effort!  Many factors have caused the...

Specialists in animal husbandry held a training day to the Wayne county 4-H club members and leaders
From the July 26, 1951 edition of The Wayne Herald:   Instructs 4-H Group In Animal Husbandry   Specialists in animal husbandry held a training day to the Wayne county 4-H club members and leaders.   The training was done at the Herbert Perry farm. Other leaders and youths were instructed in dairy...

Gather Wood for Free BBQ - 7-22-1971
From the July 22, 1971 edition of The Wayne Herald: Gather Wood for Free BBQ   Activity at the Wayne County Fairgrounds is picking up as the 1971 fair approaches. A large group of men spent part of Monday night gathering wood to use for the free barbecue to be held again this year during the three...

Girl Scouts Learn New Way To Cook at Day Camp Meet
From the July 20, 1961 edition of The Wayne Herald Girl Scouts Learn New Way To Cook at Day Camp Meet The Wayne Girl Scouts participated in a five day session of day camp that was held at East Bressler park. They learned different ways to cook outside using reflector ovens, kabobs and foil cooking...
Summer is in full swing and with it brings 4-H fair season.   We all know that one of the most exciting parts about fair is receiving ribbons for all of the hard work that was put into a project.  But, that is not the only purpose of youth doing 4-H fair projects.  The following story does a good...

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    Check out some of the photos from this week's Memory Lane feature.To see the stories featured this week, visit this link:http://mywaynenews.com/memory-lane-sept-23-2021-edition
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  • 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.
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