10 Years

Cardinal Center board of directors for 2006: Sandra Hess, Mike Hall, Carrie Yocum, Bruce Greene, CEO Jane Greene, Mike Kissane, Ron Everson, Dana Krull, Chuck Whitcraft, Chairman Jeff Thornburgh, Vice Chairman Kevin Deardorff, John Warren and Bill Winn, Ruth Voreis and Past Chairman Larry Teghtmeyer.

    Kosciusko Literacy Services presented six new books to each Wawasee Elementary classroom to honor the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The celebration continues through the month of March. Guest reader Kristi Rhodes read a favorite Seuss story to Mrs. Graham's kindergarten class at North Webster Elementary.

    Warsaw Community High School senior Matt Ransbottom, son of Glen and Jennifer Ransbottom, has signed to play baseball at IPFW.

25 Years

Max Fulwider, Warsaw High School band, directed by Martin Becker, has been selected to participate in the 1991 annual Indiana All-State High School Band, sponsored by the Indiana Bandmasters Association. He auditioned Jan. 13 and was selected from more than 1,200 entries. All-State Band activities began Friday, March 8, and will culminate with a concert performance Sunday in Clowes Hall, Butler University, Indianapolis. The 111-member band is directed by Commander Allen Beck, former conductor of the U.S. Navy Band.

    Warsaw Junior Homemakers met Feb. 26 at Ponderosa Restaurant to elect officers for 1991-92: Cynthia Roderick, president; Emmajeane Lightfoot, vice president; Betty Ann McFarren, secretary; Kay Metzger, treasurer; Ruth Casner, representative of the Educational Committee. The door prize was won by Irene Dome.

50 Years

Plans for a $1.5 million dollar expansion program that will add four new buildings, an athletic field and an addition to the present classroom buildings over the next five years, 1966-70, were disclosed today, March 2, by Grace College President Herman A. Hoyt, enabling the college to increase its enrollment over the next five years from the present 380 to 650. The first building on the campus, the Seminary building, was completed in 1951. "The growth of Grace College and Seminary has been quite remarkable."

    Arnolt Corporation, with plants in Warsaw and Pierceton, has been awarded a $912,000 contract by the Hill Air Force Base in Ogden, Utah for the manufacture of a critical part for Navy, Marine and Air Force jet fighter aircraft. It requires precision machining and special processing. Arnolt's has a large backlog of Defense Department orders.

75 Years

Leesburg Methodist Church Ladies' Aid present "Lovely Ladies" Wednesday and Thursday nights, Feb. 12-13, at the Leesburg High School gymnasium: Evelyn Hall, Doris Gawthrop, Zona Deeter, Ida Kammerer, Lela Shera, Norma Smith,

LaVere Vanator, Dorothy Ferverda, Florence Gilliam, Jo Roberts, Vivian Morehouse.

    A farm entertainment program was presented Feb. 11 at the Warsaw Armory by the Sharp Hardware store. Motion pictures of farm equipment were shown and artists from radio station WOWO at Fort Wayne entertained. A large crowd attended.

    Kosciusko County Postmasters elected Bert Whitehead, of Syracuse, as president to succeed Roy E.K. Bowen, of Warsaw. Eugene Felkner, of Milford, was named as vice president; Mrs. Ruby G. Nusbaum, of Winona Lake, secretary-treasurer.