10 Years
Gilliam Lanes honored bowlers who earned high scores: Kirk Wyman and Doug Metzger, 300; Rob Grimm, 299; Robin Sanager and Bob Clark, 298.
    Shane Drudge and David Lash, Tippecanoe Valley High School seniors, have been named the 2005-2006 Times-Union Co-Area Players of the Year. It's the second year in a row the honors have been shared and the third time in 16 years. Last season, the duo helped lead the Vikings to Valley's first sectional title since 2000. They're ready to defend their home turf as Valley hosts its first sectional in school history Tuesday, Feb. 28.

25 Years
 North Webster's newest officer is a 4-year-old German Shepherd named Fritz. His owner/handler, deputy marshal Craig Bale, bought Fritz six months ago in Plymouth, and he has undergone training at the Lemler-Heim K-9 Academy in Marshall County. Bale said Fritz takes commands in German and English. "He's smarter than I am--I was harder to train."
    Bob List's photograph, "Morning Mist," won Court of Gold honors at the 1991 Professional Photographers of Indiana annual convention and trade show held recently at the Indianapolis Marriott. List, owner of Bob List Photography in Warsaw, had six prints on display at the four-day exhibition.

50 Years
Cheryl Rager, 17, senior at Pierceton High School, is The Times-Union Calendar Girl for February. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rager, of Pierceton.
    Washington School annual fish fry Saturday, Feb. 12, at the new National Guard Armory, Rd. 15 North: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tarner and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nichols, co-chairmen. Francis Reece is principal.
    Warsaw Community High School's 1966 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow is Caryl Meinert. She scored highest in a written knowledge and attitude examination taken Dec. 7, 1965 by the senior girls. She has already earned a special award pin from the program's sponsor, General Mills.

75 Years
Warsaw draft board's John Boyle received a letter from Pvt. Charles E. Jeffersen, Machine Gun company, First Armored Regt., Fort Knox, Ky. Mr. Jeffersen was the young man who recently walked several miles into Warsaw on a bitter cold day to volunteer in the Army. "I sure am powerful glad I landed in the tank corps and not in the infantry. The tanks have six guns each. Driving these tanks is a lot of fun. We come tearing down a hill and through a small woods, but the trees don't hinder the tanks. Mostly we go around 35 or 40 miles an hour."
    Snow on the ice at Center Lake has been scrapped off preparatory to the harvesting of the ice by the Warsaw Ice Company. The ice is about 7 inches thick. Independent Ice Company cuts the ice on Pike Lake .