SIKESTON - Mrs. Gladys Finles is opening a hat shop at 122 North St.
CANALOU - A one time Indian village believed to have been the home of the Mississippi Indians, with its history traced back to shortly before the coming of the Europeans to this country, was unearthed during the past week on the Paul McCullock farm. The University of Missouri archeology research department, with local help, has been uncovering former home sites, burial grounds, storage pits and fireplaces. The Indians were horticulturalists it is believed because of the many items discovered, such as charred corn, acorn seeds and ragweed seed. The remains of deer bodies and other animals, as well as human skeletons, were also found. This is the fourth large Indian site that has been found in Southeast Missouri.
SIKESTON - The turnover-plagued team took advantage of the turnovers - and played ball control against the ball control specialists. Cape Girardeau Central scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second half, upsetting Sikeston's homecoming 28-12. It was the Tigers' first win since a 3-0 victory of Vashon on opening night.
SIKESTON - Dr. Ted Lewis and Dr. Larry Anthony of the Southeast Missouri Dental Group and their entire staff completed a new course to improve their skills and training while attending the American Dental Association's local component meeting Oct. 12-13. The course contained materials to help patients receive treatment in a comfortable, safe and pain free office.
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SIKESTON - Brittany Paige McDonald was crowned Teen Miss Soybean Festival during the annual National Soybean Festival held in Portageville recently. She is the 13-year-old daughter of Duke and Pat McDonald of Sikeston.