10 Years
Heavy storms damaged areas in Milford this morning, March 13. Strong winds destroyed a wall of Maple Leaf Farms' distribution center and removed siding from a cold storage building, exposing all inventory. Communications Manager Janelle Deatsman said the company is working with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to salvage all possible products from the storage building.

    This year's Educational Expo is March 25 in the Warsaw Community High School Tiger Den. EdCom started in 2001 in the Edgewood Middle School gym with 200 Warsaw students displaying their projects. After the second year, the event moved to the high school. The number of participants this year is 700.


25 Years

Karen Sheetz, Warsaw Airport manager, said the Board of Aviation approved plans to begin an immediate study for an instrument landing system. "Three properties still need to be acquired but negotiations are progressing, power lines must be lowered, further engineering must be conducted." 1990 was the strongest year in revenues since the airport took over fuel sales in 1986. Airport traffic has increased, almost 24,000 landings and take-offs.

    Bess Croop will celebrate her 100th birthday with an open house Friday, March 8, in Mason Health Care Facility. She is in Room 212 and would appreciate receiving cards.

    Professor Vernon Stinebaugh, Manchester College, is conductor of the Warsaw Youth String Orchestra, which is part of a St. Patrick's Day concert at Rodeheaver Auditorium. Music groups from Warsaw and Wawasee and Grace Community Orchestra also perform.

50 Years

Nancy McCleary, president of JARICO Junior Achievement Co., presented a custom -made Warsaw Tigers license plate to William Crosier, counselor at the high school. Linda Long, presented one to John Dennis, vice president at Donnelley, sponsors.

    Airman Third Class Thomas L. Brindle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brindle, Barbee Lake, Route 1, Warsaw, will receive his wings on March 30 at Sheppard Air Force Base, training to be a jet load master.

    Silver Lake School will present a program over WRSW on Tuesday, Feb. 22, announced John Frederick, principal. Raymond Letsch directs the band; Mrs. Alton Kissinger, music teacher, directs the choir. Dianne Cripe, student, reads her essay about George Washington.

50 Years

Mr. and Mrs. Creed Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Sanders, of Warsaw, accompanied their sons, Jack Thomas and Roger Sanders, to Indianapolis on Sunday, Feb. 9, where they have enlisted in the flying cadet service of the U.S. Army. They will go to school at Parks Air College.

    Diane Kain, daughter of Times-Union's Ruth Kain, high school band twirler, and Bobbie Riggins, son of A.A., did a nice job of cheerleading at Friday night's, Feb. 7, Rochester-Warsaw game played here.

    Miss Olga Clark's pet jonquil, purchased the other day and placed in a Donald Duck flower pot, bloomed over-night in her shop, and she is delighted!