10 Years
Warsaw Community High School's production of "Pillow Talk" will be presented at the Lakeview Middle School auditorium Friday and Saturday evenings, March 10 and 11, and Sunday afternoon. Dana McAfee, WCHS theatre teacher and play director, said the play is set in 1963. The main characters are played by Phillip Swarts, Erin Mills, Ariel Howard, Danielle Snyder and Candace Kinney.
    Wawasee High School is presenting "Cinderella" March 23-25. Cassie Williams has the leading role, Jason Sparlin is the prince, and Emilie Judy plays the godmother. Director is Julie Maxey.

25 Years
Clocks for 25 years of service at Royalite of Warsaw were presented to Lew Wolfe, James Demske, James Frazier, Dick Hollar, Ted Heisler, Jack Price, Lanny Lane and Ortie Manns. A special clock commemorating 40 years of service was awarded to Leon Timmons, who transferred from the Chicago plant to help start the Warsaw plant.
    Julie Du Bois, Sunrise Photography, North Webster, had six of her prints accepted at the 1991 Professional Photographers of Indiana Annual Convention and Trade Show in Indianapolis. The prints will be on display at Sunrise through March.
    Warsaw Community High School Science Fair Tuesday and Wednesday, March 5-6. Students participating: Richard Van Osdol, Tonja Zickefoose, Jennifer Jones, Holly Wilson, Stacy Stine and Sarah Conley.

50 Years
Warsaw High School Basketball Coach Ralph (Boag) Johnson may have trouble concentrating on tonight's game with Fort Wayne South Side here due to the fact that he has become a grandfather for the first time. A six-pound, five-ounce daughter was born Thursday, Feb. 17, to Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson in a Lafayette hospital. Dave, a former WHS cage standout, is a junior at Purdue University and a member of the Boilermaker varsity cage team. Mrs. Johnson is the former Kerry Anglin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Anglin of Warsaw.
    Michelle Conn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Conn, Tippecanoe Lake, was honored on her 18th birthday with an overnight party. Guests included all 23 senior girls of the Milford High School.

75 Years
The Warsaw park board reported Wednesday, Feb. 5, that an inventory of the 300 folding chairs owned by the city and used at the city hall and Center Lake park pavilion showed that 28 were missing. An effort is being made to recover all the chairs in order to have them refinished and repaired for the summer season.
    Carl "Tubby" Warner writes from Camp Shelby, Miss. that the boys "scramble to be able to read The Times every day." He also writes that the weather is just like spring, they have new tents and the eats are fine.
    Laverne Novak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Novak, of East Main Street, Warsaw, is included in the acapella choir appearing Thursday evening, Feb. 6, in the high school auditorium in Goshen. She is traveling with the choir in Michigan and Ohio.