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Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016

Looking Back in Time at Oct. 28

Monday, October 28, 2002

SIKESTON - The F.X. Schumacher Jr. family will move Saturday from a duplex at 520 Sikes Avenue to a duplex at 310 W. Gladys Street, owned by J.S. Wallace.

SIKESTON - Miss Margaret Beth Gimlin, 17-year-old senior, was crowned the 1962 Sikeston High School Homecoming Queen last night at the Homecoming Dance in the senior high cafetorium. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Gimlin. First attendant was Miss Margaret Watson, 17-year-old daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Edward Watson. Miss Jane Oldham, 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Oldham, was the second attendant.

SIKESTON - Five girls will represent Sikeston in this area's 4A district cross country meet at Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis County Saturday.

SIKESTON - Joel Montgomery Sr. stepped to the podium in the city council chambers Friday and a smile broke across his face. He was happy to help his community. "Every community you live in, you should love it," Montgomery said. "I love Sikeston and the board members of First National Bank love it too. We wouldn't be here if we hadn't had community support." And with that, Montgomery, chairman emeritus of First National, handed over an agreement to Mayor Terry Bryant which allows for the transfer of the First National Bank building at 210 S. Kingshighway to the City of Sikeston. The building was donated specifically for the city's new public library facility. "We feel the city is due for this and we gladly hand over the agreement," Montgomery said.

SIKESTON - Andrew Hill has accepted the position of accountant at the Farm Credit Administrative offices in Sikeston.