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Monday, Aug. 29, 2016

Looking Back in Time at Sept. 25

Wednesday, September 25, 2002

SIKESTON - At Malone Theater today and tomorrow, "Mayor of 44th St." with George Murphy and Ann Shirley. At the Rex Theater, "Pardon My Stripes" with William Henry and Sheila Ryan.

SIKESTON - Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Alcorn, Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Alcorn and son, Denny, and Mrs. Lester McDonald and children, Sheila and Pam, will spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaney in Poplar Bluff.

SIKESTON - Scout Steve Poe, Troop 43, Sikeston, has been approved for the highest rank in Scouting - Eagle Scout.

SIKESTON - Awards for participation in the American Cancer Society Bike-A-Thon conducted Sept. 11 were presented Sunday afternoon in Malone Park. Among those honored by the Sikeston chapter were: Blaine Hesseltine, the most miles ridden; Hilary Noe, most money earned; Steven Carder, second most money earned; and Matt Lasters, youngest rider.

NEW MADRID - New Madrid County Central won its freshman contest against Sikeston Thursday, 24-14, whipping the Sikeston frosh for the first time. "I thought we controlled the line of scrimmage," said NMCC coach Steve Rogers. "When you control the line of scrimmage, you normally win the ball game."

MORLEY - Julie Rodgers, 16, was crowned Miss Morley at the recently Morley Fall Festival. Cindy Grooms, 16, was first-runner-up and Anitra Bruce, 16,- is second runner up.