10 Years:

Junior Achievement serving Warsaw and Tippecanoe Valley recently announced it received a grant from Paragon Medical in the amount of $2,572. The funds will support the JA programming at Pierceton Elementary School. Volunteers and role models such as Ryan Smith, Nick McKinley and Erik Lindquist from Paragon Medical share with the students what is takes to be successful.

25 Years:

State highway officials will meet early next week to review and discuss the possibility of reopening a rest stop on U.S. 30 west of Warsaw. Dale Tucker, Indiana State Highway Department subdistrict manager in Warsaw, said he has been trying to get the area opened since last fall. A fatal wreck involving three trucks Tuesday brought the issue to the forefront of debate this week.

50 Years:

Jayne Poynter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Poynter, and Joe Ellen Schoeff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Schoeff, are the 1966 recipients of the $2,000 Syracuse-Wawasee Education Inc. scholarships.

Akron High School Principal Lyle Edenbum, Michael Flohr and Akron Mathematics Instructor Wayne Cumberland discuss the itinerary for the trip to the International Science Fair to be held in Dallas, Texas, from May 11 to 14.

75 Years:

Miss Juanita Nellas, 18, daughter of Dean Nellans, living east of Mentone, and senior at Mentone High School, will take part in the Mentone egg show starting April 16 as candidate for Egg Queen. She will represent the egg shippers of the Mentone community.

Two Warsaw boys, Robert M. Hoppus, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Hoppus, and Vere Henry Stiver, 19, son of Roy E. Stiver leave next Tuesday for the Great Lakes naval school for six weeks of training.