10 Years
Warsaw resident Linda Neidigh, manager of Love Bug Floral on Center Street, has returned from the 2006 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, Calif., where she worked on a floral design team for the floats of the Fiesta Parade Floats Company. Of the four floats the team worked on, three won awards, including the Governor's Award for best description of life in California. Neidigh was inducted into the American Institute of Floral Designers in 2004.

    Warsaw attorney Paul Refior has published a book, "It's Your Choice-A Happy & God-Honoring Marriage." He and Pam have been married for more than 35 years and have two daughters, Nikki Lambeth and Laura White.

25 Years

    Warsaw Community High School inducts new members to the National Junior Honor Society Jan. 30. Seniors--Ben Bolinger, Chris Brandt, Eddie Carballosa, Greg Compton, Chad England, Leah Gagnon, David McGinness, Amy Miller, Gennifer Miller, Stephanie Miller, Christy Mock, Stacie Neiswonger, David Pacheco, Debra Paton, Jason Prichard, Stephanie Rufenbarger, Chad Scott, Robert Taylor and Ryan Weaver. Juniors--Amy Allen, Nicole Andres, Laurie Bailey, Shanda Bouse, Myer Bremer, Justin Clutter, Edward Cooning, Aimee Goslee, Kaylin Hoke, Kristin Hori, Patti Howie, Andy Krieg, Kiscia McCane, Cecilia Shively, Shawn Steiner, Rhonda Swanson, Aaron Wilson and Chris Yoder.

50 Years

The best pie baker in town, without a doubt, is Herbert Robinson, president of Lake City Bank. He has an old-fashioned cream pie recipe, and its taste is "out of this world." Many women are asking his secret, but he's a bit stingy about sharing.

    Second night action in the 49th annual Kosciusko County High School Basketball Tournament pits Syracuse against Akron in the opener, with Milford and Silver Lake following in the nightcap. Standout Warsaw guard Steve Hepler is working as one of the head ushers. Last night, they ran out of barbecue and hot dog buns at the refreshment tables manned by members of the Warsaw High School choral department and student council. Concessions grossed more than $700 the first night.

75 Years

A banquet honoring Dave Rankin, Warsaw athlete who made All-American while captaining Purdue University's football team, will be staged Friday evening, Jan. 3, at the Elks temple. Warsaw High School officials and 23 football lettermen are special guests. Dallas Crooke will act as toastmaster. Pictures of the Purdue-Fordham game in New York will be shown. The committee in charge is composed of Louis H. Breading, chairman, William K. Mollenhour, Raymond Neff and James D. Case.

    Members of the Mentone drive committee pledged themselves to raise $200 of the $1,500 estimated cost of building a county Conservation Club camp at Beaver Dam Lake. The county camp is the first one to be established in the state and also in the nation. When completed, the frame building will measure 24 by 50 feet.