10 Years
Kate and Sarah Macdonald, daughters of Jim and Kathy Macdonald, were named to the Dean's List with Semester Honors at Purdue University for the fall semester. Kate has been granted a nursing internship at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., this summer. Sarah is a Business Major.

    Navy 3rd Class Petty Officer Evan C. Mock, son of Max and Sue Mock, Warsaw, graduated from Surface Rescue Swimmer School at the Naval Station in San Diego, Calif. During five weeks of training, he received the knowledge and skills in search and rescue, the most challenging program of the military. Most do not make it through. He is now participating in a western Pacific deployment aboard the amphibious ship USS Germantown in support of the Global War on Terrorism.

25 Years

The Grace College Art Gallery is featuring recent work by Gary Nieter, Warsaw, instructor of photography and ceramics at Grace for 12 years and staff photographer with The Times-Union two years. His exhibit will be on display through April 12.

    Jennifer Harris, a 1988 graduate of Whitko High School, is a student at Vincennes University. She has been named to "Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges and Universities."

    Dewey McFarland of Interstate Decorating applies a coat of varnish to a classroom door at Triton Elementary School. The 600 students carried small classroom supplies to their new rooms Monday through Thursday; the furniture arrives today, March 29.

50 Years

Warsaw High School Choir and Belles presents the sixth in a series of sacred concerts this Sunday, March 20. The program at the First Christian Church will feature a boys quartet composed of Greg Haney, Tim Hood, Phil Boley and Dan Benson.

    Top speller at Jefferson Elementary is Susan Crandall, 6th-grade; Mary Beth Witzky is runner-up. Both girls spelled more than 100 words in the final round.

    Mayor Joe Johnson signs the proclamation declaring March 20-26 as National Wildlife Week for Kosciusko County. Working on the plans are Wayne Harley, president of the County Conservation Council, and Conservation Officer Earl Money. Preservation of natural beauty is the theme of this year's observance.

75 Years

Rosemary Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ferguson, of Warsaw, has been chosen from the student body at Dusabble High School in Chicago, where she is a freshman, to write poems for the high school journal. Her first poem was printed in a child's magazine, "Wee Wisdom," when but ten years old. She formerly attended the Warsaw city schools.

    In uniform and under the baton of Prof. Frank Meredith, Warsaw High School's national championship band played a concert at 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, March 5, in the auditorium for the Kosciusko County Conservation organization.

    A 60-year-old man was arrested by Officer John Bough Wednesday evening for an investigation, and booked as "John Doe," refusing to give name and address.