10 Years
Washington Elementary Good Citizens for February 2006: First grade-Madison Graham, Trevor Owens, Jesse Chandler, Emily Jaggers. Second-Rachel Whetstone, William Clevenger, Noah Ault, Graciela Gutierrez. Third-Ryan Gorman, Steven Reinholt, Bailey Moore, Eliud Gutierrez. Fourth-Alexis Hepler, Tyler Clark, Carissa Wrenn, Danielle Connealy. Fifth-Francesca Johnston, Kayla Snider, Joanna Nunez. Sixth-Creigh Ogle, Mayra Patino, Hannah Berg.

    Kenneth A. Wilson, Warsaw, celebrated his 25th anniversary with RR Donnelley Feb. 24. He began his career as a material handler in the bindery, working his way up to pressman final advanced craft in July 2005.

25 Years
The Salvation Army, 501 E. Arthur St., will begin a club for girls in grades one through six March 4 at 4:30 p.m. The "Sunbeams" will work on badges in more than 50 activities. During the summer, the club will meet at camp with other Sunbeam troops from Indiana.

    Hundreds of people gathered Sunday, Feb. 24, outside of the Kosciusko County Courthouse to show their support for U.S. troops in the Persian Gulf War. The four-hour event included a parade, speeches, poems and fund-raising activities to cover costs of mailing packages to the troops. Despite cold weather, organizers were impressed with the attendance. Another rally is being planned.

50 Years
Kosciusko County's "Outstanding Conservation Farmer for 1965" is Clifford Sellers, dairyman of Monroe Township. Howard Workman, of Pierceton, surpervisor of the Kosciusko County Soil and Water District, presented the plaque at a meeting of the organization at the Shrine Building Wednesday, Feb. 2. Leon Tucker, of Milford, was elected supervisor of the board of directors for a three-year term. Donald E. Frantz, county agricultural agent, acted as master of ceremonies.

    Co-chairmen for the March of Dimes for Winona Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Polston, report that $212.07 was collected during the recent drive.

    Michael Valentine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Valentine, Warsaw, received recognition for his participation in Indiana University's Y.M.C.A. program.

75 Years
M.E. Nesler, superintendent of Atwood School, has organized a school patrol, and the two streets leading from school to the main street (road 30) are being patrolled. You will see boys at both places, and there are belts, whistles and big stars on their coats to let you know who's the law.

    Mathematician Prof. George A. Nye, Warsaw High School, received a letter December 11 from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He had written to the David Syme & Company, publishers of "The Age" and "The Leader" papers, inquiring about subscription rates. In American currency, the rates are $6.88 quarterly, $13.94 half-yearly and $27.77 yearly.