SIKESTON - Mrs. O.T. Elder will present her class of piano pupils in recitals Wednesday at her house on North Ranney.
JACKSON, Tenn. - Miss Karen Stephenson, a medical technology major at Union University in Jackson, has been crowned by her classmates to reign as their queen for the year 1963-64.
SIKESTON - The Calvary Temple Cherub Choir, composed of 38 youngsters ages 4-12, performed "If I Were a King" at the Kingsway Mall.
SIKESTON - As the Christmas holiday approaches, Troop E of the Missouri State Highway Patrol prepares for one of the busiest holidays ever. "Traditionally, this is not one of our biggest holidays, however, Christmas falls on a Saturday this year making it a nice weekend for travel," said Lt. Jim McNiell, satellite commander for Troop E. "Friday will be the heaviest traffic day." With more people traveling the highways this weekend, Troop E will have all available manpower out on the roads and highways. Slow down and pay attention. "The two main causes of accidents are a result of speeding and inattention. I want to encourage people to take their time and drive defensively."