SIKESTON - Pvt. Homer L. Stallings has been sent to San Diego, Calif., where he is attending an anti-aircraft school at Camp Callon.
SIKESTON - Lynn Murchison, John McMullin, Terry V. Johnson and Frank Payne, seniors, have been honored for their performance on the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test last spring.
SIKESTON - Homer Stallings, publisher of The Daily Standard, was honored as Boss of the Year at the annual Business and Professional Women's Club Boss' Night Banquet held at Golden Corral. The title was given to Stallings after employers and employees were asked questions pertaining to how well they knew and related to each other. Jeannie Williams, program chairman, presented Daily Standard employee Janet Storey and Stallings with trophies.
SIKESTON - The reorganization of the Sikeston Chamber of Commerce put the annual City of Lights program in jeopardy, but the efforts of 10 committee members will keep holiday tour buses running. Since 1986, Sikeston residents have been encouraged to decorate their homes and businesses so city residents and out-of-town guests can enjoy tours of the well-lit city. Most citizens have participated to some extent.
SIKESTON - Members of the Sikeston Eagles Aerie have no problem living up to the organization's motto: People helping people. This Saturday, through their efforts and those of the hundreds of volunteers, they have organized, members of Eagles Aerie No. 3319 will help fund hope for youngsters at the Kenny Rogers Cerebral Palsy Center. Saturday is the 20th Annual Charity Walk for the center. In 1992, the group raised $24,000.