10 Years

   Warsaw Community High School senior Amy Abbitt, daughter of Tom and Cathy Abbitt, has signed a letter of intent to continue her soccer career at Grace College beginning in the fall of 2006. She was a two-time All-Northern Lakes Conference performer and two-time team captain as forward and mid-fielder. During her four-year career at Warsaw, she played in 77 games, scoring 26 goals and had 23 assists. As a senior, Abbitt finished with seven goals and five assists.

    Diane Wagley, Sharon Clay and members of the Kosciusko County Extension Homemakers, make lap robes for area nursing home residents. They worked Wednesday, Jan. 18, in the Home and Family Arts Building, fairgrounds.

 25 Years

Zimmer promotions: Terry Schlotterback, Samuel Owusu-Akyaw, Thomas L. Bartnicki, Ed Ross and Sharon Bellinger Smith.

    Explorer Van Employee of the Month-Mark Eggeson of Goshen. Mark has worked with the company for seven years, serving in customer service and sales.

    Kathleen J. Landrigan, Warsaw, has been named to the fall semester dean's honor roll of Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, N.M. A senior communication major, she received the summa cum laude designation.

    Sherry D. Buss, Nappanee, Indiana University, and Kevin Kwilinski, Winona Lake, Greenville, (Ill.) College, are included in the 1991 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges."

50 Years

These Silver Lake Rambler fans were mighty proud of their team after it defeated Milford 82-66 to move into the semi-final round. Holding a sign saying "the greatest" are Debbie Allen, Rick Bettinger and Jerry Richardson.

    Cheering on the Mentone Bulldogs in their game with Claypool were Mentone High School students Bonita Nellans, Susan Gross and Sherry Yazel (wearing Bulldog costume). Mentone lost to the Knights, 77-66.

    Fourth-place winner in the ladies' barrels race at the Horse Palace at Bass Lake Sunday, Jan. 2, was Debbie Sponseller, Route 3, Warsaw. She competed with barrels race winners from Michigan and Ohio.

75 Years

    Warsaw has a mysterious juke box, mechanical phonograph, that ever since its installation has been undergoing some queer antics. Promptly at 9 o'clock each morning one of these musical dispensers at Brownie's restaurant starts playing, without the customary deposit of a jitney, and plays clear through stocks of records before it stops. Owner Johnny Baughn cannot explain the reason, electricians are baffled. Patrons enjoy the free concert.

    The Pennsylvania Railroad company contemplates extensive improvements on the 100-acre tract of land owned by the company about four miles east of Warsaw, known as the catalpa grove, near Wooster, or Kosciusko.