10 Years

Grace College presents the comedy/musical/mystery "Something's Afoot" this Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1 and the again April 6-8 at the Grace College Little Theatre. Mike Yocum directs.

    Construction of the 3,500-square-foot First Federal Savings Bank will begin in approximately 45 days on the vacant lot at Center and Detroit streets. It is the company's first venture outside Huntington, where there are three branches.

    Baker Youth Club, formerly known as Baker Boys Club, is raising funds for a new building, the first in its 80-year history, to be called the Lichtenwalter Youth Center after the man who dedicated his life to helping youth.

25 Years

Lakeview Middle School Science Fair winners: Joe Slaughter, top prize, project on nuclear power; Aaron Scantlen, first, biology; John McCammon, second, biology; Mary McKinney and Brad Bibler, first, physical science; Jesse Savage, second, physical science.

    Accepted for admission to Grace College: Michele Shaffer, Havilah Rao, Amy Miller, Amy Carey, all of Warsaw.

    Students in the 4-year-old preschool class at Redeemer Lutheran School visited Owen's

Supermarket. Kyle Raymer, Amanda Beyel, Matt Smith, Melissa Sparkman, Tyler and Ryan Smith learned how the food is taken from the trucks, stored and put on shelves for customers to buy. Shawn Sisel is teacher; Dan Clingman is store manager.

50 Years

Pupils of Washington School will present a program with the theme of St. Patrick and springtime Tuesday, March 15, over Radio Stations WRSW AM-FM. David Wallace is the Leprechaun; Gregory Heberling, St. Patrick; and Mill Mann, the Old Man. Principal Francis Reece will interview Foster Jones, the first principal, and Joe Ettinger, a teacher at the opening of the school in 1914.

    Warsaw Community High School Band officers: Jan Lackey, president; Steve Moore, 1st vice president; Linda Gooch, 2nd vice president. They plan to sell a household cleaner to raise money for new uniforms.

    Mr. and Mrs. Rex Deaton returned to their home in Claypool after experiencing North Dakota's worst snowstorm and blizzard in many years.

75 Years

Neighbors near the Dutchtown church extinguished a small roof fire early Sunday morning, March 2, which started shortly after the church was heated for the morning services. Flames started on the west side of the roof, burning a hole about one foot square. Wayne township's rural fire truck was called, but volunteers had put the fire out before the pumper arrived.

    An automobile belonging to C.J. Tulley, of Claypool, was damaged Saturday night, March 1, when it suddenly burst into flames at the corner of Buffalo Street and Winona Avenue. Warsaw fireman extinguished the fire, which Tulley believed started when his anti-freeze exploded in the radiator.