SIKESTON - The Bach Studio, which has been located on the second floor of the Stallcup Building eight years, is moving this weekend to new and more commodious quarters in the building at 110 East Malone, which formerly was occupied by the Gamble Store.
BLODGETT - All that remains of an aluminum house trailer belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cagle is a pile of ruins near Blodgett following Tuesday's tornado.
SIKESTON - Many track and field records at Sikeston High School have been broken during the season, especially by the girls. But there are some records that will most likely stand for many years. A few of those records are George Woods' 60-foot, 11-inch shot put throw; Dennis Snelling's 10.61 time in the 100-meter dash; and Art Jackson's 20.98 in the 200-meter dash. Some of those records are in jeopardy today and tomorrow at the 4A state meet in Jefferson City. David Chessor, pole vaulter, Melinda Dame, 800-meter run, Chantel Sparks, 3,200-meter run and Mark Deuster 800-meter run, will be competing for state honors. The current all-time record holder is Dawn Hurley who holds seven individual and relay records.
SIKESTON - Thirteen-year-old Brad Kiesling picked a sunny weekend to complete his Boy Scout service project. Kiesling painted the Lee Hunter Elementary basketball goals a bright blue. The scout is a member of Troop 41.
MATTHEWS - Known to all those he helps as the "Good Samaritan," Shelton Peeler, minister of the Matthews Church of Christ, was honored for his charitable works by being the only Missouri recipient to receive the Jefferson Award.