10 Years Agoi
Tippecanoe Valley names top students: Brittany Northcutt, daughter of Paul and Cathy Northcutt, Warsaw, is valedictorian and was a National Merit Scholar; Stuart Jackson, son of Cal and Jane Jackson, Mentone, and Mark Weber, son of David and Susan Weber, Akron, are co-salutatorians. Jackson received a Hoosier Scholar Award; Weber, a DAR Good Citizen Award.
   The Greater Warsaw Ministerial Association is hosting an ice cream social Sunday, June 13, at Center Lake Municipal Park as part of the Sesquicentennial. Emmalu Shideler and her husband Hazen operated the popular Warsaw Double Dip ice cream store on West Center Street from 1937 to 1955. Two dips of ice cream cost a nickle.

25 Years Ago
Two Lincoln Elementary School students, Ethel Groat and Dan Earl, were named to the Lincoln Honor Patrol. Charles Hunter is sponsor; Dave Whaley is Lincoln principal. The Madison Honor Patrol consists of sixth-graders Davey Creekmore and Meighan McGuire. Honor Patrol sponsor is Doug Hoffert; Madison principal is Steve Hassinger.
   Kosciusko Community Hospital Auxiliary has announced that the recipients of Auxiliary scholarships are: Jerrod Feldman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Feldman, Akron; Susan McGinness, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McGinness, and Shelley Neeley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Neeley, Warsaw.
   For the second year in a row Warsaw's baseball team has claimed the Columbia City Sectional title as the Tigers defeated the Carroll Chargers 5-3.

50 Years Ago
Loren Decker, Claypool, chairman of the Kosciusko County Soil and Water Conservation District, announced that May 3-10 has been set aside nationally as Soil Stewardship Week with the theme "To Each Among Us--A Share."
   James Turner, North Webster musical director, presents the Arion Award for outstanding achievement in school and community to Serita Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bell, and a baton to Melody Shock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shock, as a personal award of merit. North Webster Lions Club sponsors the Arion Award.
   Robert Stafford, president of the Lakeland Humane Society, suggests that the 50th national "Be Kind to Animals Week" May 3-9 is an ideal time for citizens to tour the shelter on East Winona Ave. across the street from the Tiger Cage restaurant.

75 Years Ago
Senior play cast and members of the WHS Tiger staff enjoyed an outing on the Tippecanoe River. George Nye, science teacher, is one of the finest coffee-makers.
   Twenty-eight Civilian Conservation Corps Camps will be operated in Indiana during the thirteenth enrollment period from April 1 to September 30. New CCC Camps will be located in Miami County at Peru; Jay County, Portland; Cass County, Logansport; Noble County, Kendallville. Camps at Lagro, South Bend, Princeton and Lexington were discontinued. All other Indiana camps will remain as they are.
   "The Hoosier School-master," a talkie, was shown at the East Wayne School Thursday night and a large crowd attended the premiere operation of the newly purchased sound projector. East and West Wayne schools are sponsoring movies.