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Looking Back in Time at May 26

Wednesday, May 26, 2004

SIKESTON - Glenn John Powers, 30, husband of Mrs. Lois Guestine Powers of Crowder, is receiving his initial indoctrination at the U.S. Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, Ill.

SIKESTON - The Newcomers Bowling League met at the Midtowner Motel for a luncheon and the presentation of trophies and prizes Tuesday. The officers elected for the coming bowling season are: Mrs. Max Heeb, president; Mrs. Fred Anderson, vice president; and Mrs. Tommie Marshall, treasurer.

SIKESTON - Miss Kay Sargent has been elected by the senior class of Memphis State University to serve as its secretary during the next school year.

SIKESTON - The Sikeston United Pentecostal Church, 338 Matthews Ave., has announced the appointment of new directors of music, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hamby, effective June 3. The Hambys are students of Jackson School of Ministry.

SIKESTON - Amber Coffey of Girl Scout Troop 214 was the top salesperson in the Six Star Service Unit in the 1994 Annual Cookie Sale. A portion of the proceeds from the sale provides special workshops such as Girls Are Great and day trips like the Cardinals ball game trip and Cadette-Senior Celebration Ceremony. The cookie sale provides support to the nearly 4,000 girls and adults in the council.

SIKESTON - Members of the Teens Against Pollution chapter at Sikeston Junior High recently planted flowers around the city limits sign on Highway 61. The group will do the same task at three other city limits markers.