SIKESTON - C.D. Butler, a sophomore at the University of Missouri in Columbia, was one of two members of the debate team there who engaged Northwestern University debaters at Columbia Tuesday at the University's Library.
SIKESTON - Clem Beal, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beal, and J.D. Schwab, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Schwab, left Sikeston Friday to take final examinations for entrance in the Marine Corps and departed for San Diego, Calif., to begin training Saturday.
CHARLESTON - Army Reserve Specialist Four Thomas H. Rolwing, son of Mr. and Mrs. F.D. Rolwing, received a St. Louis Post-Dispatch Outstanding Achievement Award.
PUXICO - Puxico farmer Wayne Cryts said Thursday he is not a candidate for the chairmanship of the American Agricultural Movement and that he believes the movement has the best opportunity now it's ever had to help the plight of farmers.
SIKESTON - In shock and disbelief, Addie Mae Jones proudly accepted the 1992 Woman of the Year award. "You all surprised the fire out of me," said a smiling Jones. "I am so shocked." Anyone who reads the letters submitted to the judges in Jones' honor can only wonder why she hasn't received this award sooner.
CHARLESTON - The Charleston Community Choir will present the "Hanging of the Green" at 5 p.m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church. The 50-voice choir, directed by Betty C. Hearnes, will be joined by the Charleston Junior High School Choir, directed by Jerry MacDowell.