10 Years Ago
Employess who have been at R.R. Donnelley 25 years are: Karl J. Beck, Stephen F. Frantz, Larry D. Rudd, Susan A. Black, Timothy L. Ganshorn, Richard Tasker, Nancy I. Bonewitz, Joyce M. Gross, Douglas W. Clampitt, Vicki S. Holle, Jerry Deaton, Daniel H. Dye and Cheryl L. Leedy.
Jim Craig celebrated his 40th anniversary with Sprint, having joined the company in 1964 as a lineman. Craig is a 1961 graduate of Atwood High School.
Warsaw Wastewater Treatment employees who received certification are Kathy Ragan, Richard Bunch, Robert Miller, Melvin Keplinger, Jane Leedy and Brian Davison. David Henderson is utility manager.
25 Years Ago
Michael Klondaris of Cox Studio, Warsaw, has been awarded the “Qualified” rating by the standards committee and the Advertising/Commercial Group, Business Division of Professional Photographers of America Inc. The PP of A is the world’s oldest and largest association for professional photographers.
Jerry Kelly, production supervisor, was awarded for 30 years with Zimmer. Senior manager of manufacturing is Don Smith.
Charles C. Murphy Jr., Larry E. Cohen and Daniel E. Hirsch have been promoted at Dalton Foundry. Patricia A. Ibrahim has been hired as insurance clerk.
50 Years Ago
A Warsaw mother and daughter are both graduates this spring. Ethel Price, 311 S. Lake Street, received her bachelor’s degree in social studies from Grace College, and her daughter,  Pamela, graduates from Warsaw High School.
Martha Tenney, 1101 Kings Highway, Winona Lake, will celebrate her 90th birthday June 8. Born at Osage, Iowa, in 1874 to the Rev. James M. and Emily Damon Cook, she came with her parents and infant brother in a horse-drawn vehicle to frontier Kansas and Nebraska. After the death of her husband, she came to Winona Lake. She has a large collection of African violets in her garden.
Joe Barnett, Warsaw, Ginger Hollar, Milford, Mavis Fredrick and Dave Creighton, both of Atwood, are Evangelical United Brethren Church youths leaving for Europe June 12.
75 Years Ago
Trustee Floyd Robbins is moving his Wayne Township commissary from a room across the street from the Times building, and  Frank Dinius will vacate his unemployment relief office to the Arch Byler room on South Buffalo Street.
For that Monday luncheon try a Pasadena special, the new fountain vitamin drink direct from California. Only 20 cents with wafers. Knight’s Deluxe Fountain, 112 S. Buffalo St. Sand your floors yourself with our sander. It works like a vacuum cleaner. See it at the Bashore Feed Store or call 1170.
Pierceton Conservation Club tops all others in this vicinity by selling 35 sheets of conservation stamps at $1 each and 34 albums at 25 cents each.