10 Years
Warsaw Community High School 2006 Winter Percussion Ensemble placed first in their class at the Franklin Central High School Percussion Invitational March 18. WCHS competes in the state finals at Ben Davis High School March 25. Warsaw has been to the state finals 10 consecutive times, earning the championship trophy three times. The ensemble also qualified to compete in the World Finals Championship in Dayton, Ohio April 21 and 22.

    Goshen High School served as this year's host school for the annual NLC Academic Super Bowl competition. Teams from NorthWood High School were first; teams from WCHS were second; teams from Northridge and Wawasee High Schools tied for third. State competition comes in April.

25 Years
The March 25 meeting of the Lakeland Art Association featured the delicate and intricately decorated eggs of Marie Rosbrugh, a lifetime resident of the Warsaw area. She has been decorating eggs since 1973.

     Current Miss Kosciusko Sheila Watts sang several songs Wednesday, March 20, at the last program of the Warsaw Kiwanis Club's travel series at Rodeheaver Auditorium. Watts, a senior at Warsaw Community High School, will compete in the Miss Indiana Pageant in June.

    Light & Life celebrated the grand opening of its new store in the Marketplace Mall with an open house on March 8. Co-owners are Brad and Pam Brail; manager is Ray Earl. There will be new merchandise. Light & Life has existed for 54 years.

50 Years
Marge Hulley, sophomore at Syracuse High School, received the Syracuse-Wawasee Area Jaycee's Winter Festival Queen trophy Friday, March 4, from Jaycee President Terry McClintic in a coronation ceremony in the Lakeland Youth Center. The queen's court are Kathy Dorsey, Karen and Marta Juday. The Winter Festival is this weekend.

    Two Warsaw students at DePauw University have earned academic distinction on the Dean's List during the first semester: Steve Grossnickle, Route 3, sophomore; Carolyn Watson, 1116 Country Club Dr., senior. Less than 11% of the student body won this distinction (247 of 2,400 undergraduates.)

75 Years
Weighing six and one-half ounces and measuring 8-1/2x9-1/2 inches in circumference, a hen egg, four times the size of an ordinary egg, was displayed in The Times and Union office Saturday, Feb. 15, by Loren Thompson, of Claypool. The egg is perfectly formed and looks more like an ostrich egg.

    Iceman John Lucas is being urgently proposed by friends as recipient of the heroic Carnegie medal. Lucas saved employee Clarence "Brown Eyes" Deerwester from drowning when he slipped and plunged in Pike Lake while cutting ice.

    Scout leaders of Baptist Troop 3, Margaret Ann Hauth and Ruth Braddock, presented badges to the troop Monday night, Feb. 17, at the high school. Phyllis Bonewitz was elected reporter.