10 Years
Tippecanoe Valley High School announced its winter sports awards winners: Jenny Harner, Ann Jackson, April Halterman, Emily Vanlaningham, Breanna Parker, Shelby May, A.J. Austin, Trenton Newsome, David Lash, Shane Drudge, Kevin Kindig and Anthony Prater.

    Tippecanoe Valley senior Kyle Brown, son of Teresa Brown, has signed a letter of intent to continue his football career at the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne. Head football coach at Valley is Scott Bibler, assistant coach Jeff Shriver, and athletic director Duane Burkhart.

25 Years
After eight seasons as the head coach of Tippecanoe Valley High School boys' basketball team, Bob DuBois resigned Monday, March 18, but will remain as athletic director and math teacher. He is the all-time winningest coach at Valley, compiling a record of 115-60. The Vikings never had a losing season under DuBois, finishing 18-4 for the second straight season. "All my players are like my sons. I'm going to miss coaching, but I feel like I've made the right decision."

    Welcome Wagon took first place in the Warsaw Women's City Tourney handicap division: Susan Woodward, Terri Rauen, Mary England, Debbie Sprinkle, Kay Salwolke.

50 Years
American History Essay DAR Awards: Beaver Dam-Pamela Moore, 1st place, and Jan Gearhart, second; Talma-Darlene Igo, 1st place, Diana Melton, second, and Maria Hubartt, certificate. Subject of this year's contest was George Washington.

    Mrs. Charles (Marietta) Sweetheimer, Route 1, Pierceton, was named assistant librarian in Pierceton, succeeding Mrs. M.M. (Ann) Coble, who resigned in February.

    Dr. James L. Boyer, Grace College, and his wife, are taking a leave of absence to teach in the Near East School of Archeological and Biblical Studies at Mount Olives, Jerusalem, March 11 through June 1. He will be teaching Geography of the Near East and Survey of Old Testament Archaeology. Mr. Boyer is taking along enough film for 800 slides.

75 Years
Henry Abts, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Abts, Syracuse, has been elected as one of the ten outstanding men on the Butler University campus, it was announced by officials of the Bulldog, college humor publication, which conducted the poll. Abts will receive the bachelor of science degree this June.

    Warsaw High School presents "Digging Up the Dirt," a three-act comedy play, Tuesday, Feb. 25. Cast includes Mrs. William Carr, Pat Meyers, Bernice Hale, Doris Kincaide, Betty Mikesell, Jean Thomas, Paul Rizer, Jack Cluen, Lester Young, Tom Lancaster, Dick Grove, Ben Detterman and John Baughn. Curtain goes up at 8 o'clock on this production.