10 Years
There were 33 teams vying for the title of Quiz Bowl Champion Tuesday, March 14, in the Career Center Gym at Warsaw Community High School, with proceeds to the Warsaw Education Foundation, Cristi Ganyard, Executive Director. Moderator Harvey Miller of WRSW read 60 multiple-choice questions for the teams to answer. The trophy was awarded to the Source One Insurance team, with 52 points, for the second year: Jim Harvuot, Carla Messmore, Jerry Clevenger, Diane Wulliman and Dan Coplen. Second place with 50 points was the Ivy Tech Community College Team: Janet McFarren, Tim Keyes, Ann Galvin and Lori Roe. The Lakeview Middle School-DePuy team placed third: Tom Kline, Dan and Ginger Wray, John Armacost and Tim Venderly.

 25 Years

DAR essay contest winners: Grade 5-Amy King, Washington, finalist; Eve Boggs, Akron, runner-up; Grade 6-Ben Knoop, Claypool, finalist; Sarah Manns, Akron, Kyle Workman, Jefferson, Carrie B. Allen, Leesburg, Courtney Smith, Lincoln, Ryan Martin, Madison, Johnna Phillips, Mentone, Adam Burris, runners-up; Grade 7-Eric Rodenberg, Akron, finalist; Jamie Phillips, Mentone, runner-up; Grade 8-Rich Burdge, Akron, finalist. Students wrote on "What the Bill of Right Means to Me."

     Alpha Beta Sorority hosts a "Gayla Style Show and Salad Bar" Tuesday, March 12, at Trinity United Methodist Church. Pat Strombeck, Uhlman's assistant manager, is emcee. Junior models are Gwen and Gretchen Gunter; Jamie Brown will also model. Proceeds go to "Operation Homefront."

50 Years

Mike Niles' last second shot gave Warsaw's Tigers a 46-44 win over the Columbia City Eagles in one of the most thrilling sectional tournament finishes in a number of years Saturday, Feb. 26. It is their second consecutive crown. Mrs. Robert (Muggsie) Brumfield, a friend and neighbor, had a cake waiting for the Niles' family when they returned home, decorated with the words, "A lot more miles with those Niles."

    T.A. Danielson, president of United Telephone of Indiana, announced that William H. Theurer was appointed to succeed Jack C. Cluen as vice president of operations for the company on Feb. 19.

    Michaele Hodges, daughter of Paul E. and Dorothy Hodges, Warsaw, and a 1964 graduate of Warsaw Senior High School, was elected president of the Upsilon Delta Chapter of Chi Omega Sorority at the University of Miami, Florida.

75 Years

A new electric "Orgatron," used in churches, homes and funeral homes, has been installed in the First Christian Church, corner Main and Lake streets, at a cost of $1,660. The instrument is a cross between the Hammond electric organ and the Esty reed organ. There are no pipes; the organ effect is made by amplifying the reed instrumentation. Mrs. William Chinworth, of South Columbia St., is church organist.

    Carolyn Bash, daughter of Mrs. F.E. Bash, of  221 West Main Street, and M. Jane McKown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKown, of 115 North Columbia Street, are two of the 43 Indiana girls who will leave Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., March 13, on a western tour. There are 650 Stephens girls making the trip this year into 14 western states and British Colombia.