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Looking Back in Time at Nov. 22

Friday, November 22, 2002

SIKESTON - Mrs. Reginald Harwell, assisted by Miss Betty Sue Leasler, will conduct a story hour at the public library Saturday morning at 9:45.

SIKESTON - The Sikeston Community Chest campaign is in its final phase and the directors are hopeful that a last-minute push will succeed in bringing the total contributions up to the $40,000 goal.

MALDEN - The new Malden Historical Museum, 201 N. Beckwith St., will officially open Dec. 17. A major renovation of the two-bedroom brick home willed to the museum by the late Vera Brown is nearing completion.

SIKESTON - For many years there has been a friend that girls have been able to turn to; an organization which helps them deal with difficult choices. Now, more than ever, girls need the support and understanding provided by the Girl Scouts of America, the largest voluntary organization for girls and young women in the world. The Cotton Boll Area Girl Scouts is asking for help in its Annual Fund Drive. Funds will be used to provide a broad range of activities for hundreds of girls and young women in Southeast Missouri.


SIKESTON - The 1992 Farmer's Recognition Banquet will be held at 6:30 p.m. today at the Sikeston Eagles Club.


SIKESTON - Sikeston Area Chamber of Commerce members have chosen four new members to their Board of Directors. Newly elected members are Tom Engberg, Steve McPheeters, Mark Nelson and Rich Wrather.