MOREHOUSE - Mrs. John Taylor of Morehouse entered the hospital Oct. 30 and a girl was born to her on that same day.
SIKESTON - Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Guthrie went to Greenville, Ill., last week to accompany the former's mother, Mrs. T.H. Guthrie, to their home for an extended visit.
SIKESTON - Sikeston City Council members have approved a study which will provide plans for access and parking facilities for the handicapped and elderly in downtown Sikeston. Funds were provided in the 1984 budget and are budgeted though the 1988 capital improvement plan for the work, according to Jack Sargent, director of public works. Modifications of curbs, which would make handicapped access possible, are necessary so Sikeston can comply with the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
SIKESTON - Like many Americans, 28-year-old Lynda Muench frequently has trouble falling asleep. Wide-eyed, she finds herself tossing and turning all night with numerous things on her mind. When she finally dozes off, the alarm clock announces that it's time to get up. Studies on sleep have become increasingly popular over the past several years. Sleep clinics and other forms of research have helped scientists understand what causes sleep deprivation.
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SIKESTON - Brooke Patrice McDonald was crowned Junior Miss Kennett on Oct. 16. She is the 13-year-old daughter of Pat and Duke McDonald of Sikeston. First alternate was Jessica Miller, 12, daughter of Larry and Judy Miller of New Madrid. Second alternate was Keisha Alstill, 12, daughter of Mary Alstill of Portageville.