10 Years

For a segment of CBS TV's "The Early Show" titled "Tour My Town," a CBS news crew visited some of Warsaw's local businesses today, Jan. 26. Officials from DePuy, Da-Lite Screen and Little Crow Foods were interviewed. An interview with William (Dig) DeGaetano showcased Dig's Diner, 114 N. Buffalo St., which has been in business for nearly 20 years. "They knew to try the chili."

    McKale Alijah Hagg was born at 1:58 p.m. Jan. 23, 2006 to Brad and Aimee Hagg, Warsaw. He weighed in at Kosciusko Community Hospital at 7 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 19-1/2 inches. Grandparents are Norm and Pat Hagg and Bruce and Barb Goslee, all of Warsaw. McKale joins a sister, Miriam, 3.

25 Years

Warsaw Senior Citizens held a meeting, Jan. 16, in their new building on Park Avenue, the Senior Opportunity Center. Grand opening is scheduled for Feb. 3. Attending were Rosa Seirk, Helen Park, Jim Heaton, Velma Shively, Norma Roose, Kathryn Griffith, Esther Emmons, Anna Kreis, Pauline Gross, Dorothy Boggs, Reba Tucker, Ilene Dibkey, Alice Gibson, Anna Menzie, Claude Swick, Meribel Robinson, Kathryn Johnson and Elizabeth Mosher. Ned and Joy McDonald entertained with songs, some composed by Joy.

    Wawasee Middle School was dedicated Sunday afternoon, Jan. 20. Corporation superintendent Dr. Roger Thornton said "the celebration is recognition of its mission for many years to come."

50 Years
Service awards at Free Methodist Publishing House, Winona Lake, presented recently by Publisher Lloyd H. Knox: 25 years-Mrs. Gertrude Matthewson, retired last June; 20 years-Mrs. John Sands, receptionist; Cecil Inman and Albert Wilson, periodical bindery; Bruce Mitchell, composition; 10 years-Paul Tschetter, warehousing; Everett Wehrly, periodical bindery; Mrs. Robert Whitacre, book bindery; five years-Lyle Williams, editorial department; Mrs. Ina Guetschow, editorial secretary; John McClements, composition; Joseph Cutler, maintenance. The combined contribution of years of service to the company totals 155 years.

75 Years

David L. Hamblin has been appointed scoutmaster of Troop 43 of Burket. He is a teacher in the Burket school, and as a scout, advanced to the grade of life scout.

    Warsaw Exchange Club members met Wednesday noon, Jan. 8, for dinner at the Hotel Hays for the first meeting of 1941 and the first session following the "Big Brother" party sponsored December 20 for approximately 150 local youths at the Legion hall. Nomination of officers was held. Vice president John Cook presided.

    Fred Olds Jr., Jack Thomas and Roger Sanders, of Warsaw, were recently accepted by the government in the Flying Cadet division of the U.S. Army, and were guests of the Kiwanis Club at a dinner Thursday noon, Jan. 9, at the Hotel Hays.