10 Years
The National Endowment for the Humanities chose the Warsaw Community Public Library to be one of 2,000 recipients for the "We the People Bookshelf," an award of 15 books, promotional materials and government recognition to aid in the teaching of history and culture through special programming and book displays. The award follows the theme of "Becoming American."

    Allison Tucker, Kaity Smith and Brittany Skibowski served as pages for Senator Gary Dillon of  Pierceton March 7. The girls are 7th-graders at Edgewood Middle School. Serving as a page for Senator Ryan Mishler of Bremen March 8 was Matthew Reinholt, a 7th-grader at Lakeview Middle School.

25 Years

Max Deatsman, Lynks Seeds dealer from Leesburg, was selected to the company's prestigious Dealer Honor Council because of his increased sales, product knowledge and the outstanding service he continues to provide to the American farmer. As a member, he will represent his district at the Dealer Honor Council Meetings in Indianapolis.

    Celebrating 25 years at R.R. Donnelley & Sons: Lois Utter and Paul Weidner, February; Charles E. Cotton Jr., Mary Chandler, Bill Newcomb and Michael Kinsey in March.

    Shirley Brookins, a dispatcher for United Telephone of Indiana, celebrates her 35th year of service to the telecommunications company in April, beginning her career April 9, 1956.

50 Years

The last production given at the Silver Lake High School before their consolidation with the Warsaw School system is a three-act comedy presented in the school gym Friday night, March 25. Cast of "Boarding House Reach" includes Diane Cripe, Mary Alice Dickey, Don Ferverda, Roger Drudge, Diane Allen, Linda Hernendea, Mark Heiter, Evelyn Meinert, Brenda Idle, Nancy Arnold and Don Helton.

    Grand prize winners in the Lincoln School Science Fair: Connie Mayhugh and Vickie Thompson, the switch; Cindy Brallier, crystals; James Thompson and Robert Robbins, telephone; Susan Petersburg, why am I different from you; David Letsch, balance of atmosphere. Their exhibits will be entered at the Northern  Indiana Regional Science Fair at Manchester College April 16.

Members of the Junior and Senior classes of Claypool High School returned home at 12:48 p.m. Sunday, March 9, from their annual sightseeing trip. The group left by train last Friday and enjoyed a thorough tour of Niagara Falls. Throughout the school year, by selling refreshments at ball games and various school functions, the classes raise the needed funds. Claypool principal is Frank Sanders.

    An automobile transport, loaded with four new Buicks for dealers in Rochester and Lafayette, upset about 8 a.m. Tuesday morning, March 11, on State Road 25 at the turn by the Palestine Church, seven miles southwest of Warsaw. The driver failed to negotiate the turn because of the slippery condition of the pavement, and the truck turned over in the field on the right side of the highway.