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Looking Back 6-11

Tuesday, June 11, 2002

60 years ago

SIKESTON - Office of Defense Transportation order number 6 made it necessary to change ice deliveries. The ice service man can make one delivery daily, hospitals and armed forces excepted.

40 years ago

NASHVILLE - Amanda Sue Goetz of Sikeston has been chosen associate editor of the Babbler for 1962-63 at David Lipscomb College. She was recommended by the current editor. Goetz is the daughter of Mrs. Fremont Goetz of Sikeston.

20 years ago

June 11, 1982

LAKE OF THE OZARKS - The Sikeston Development Council received an honorable mention award for a study conducted locally. The award was presented at an April 19 meeting here, then passed on to Mayor Roger Tolliver.

10 years ago

June 11, 1992

MOREHOUSE - The Morehouse City Council met in regular session Monday evening. Highlighting a brief agenda was an announcement by Mayor Mike Dillard that the city has been selected to receive a community development block grant. The $420,000 grant will be used to update repair and improve homes which qualify and are located in a specific area of town. A portion of the money will be applied toward the paving of Cass, Jackson and Cole streets. These streets are currently gravel. Other street improvements included an overlay for Locus, Boone and Poplar.

CHARLESTON - Deidre Marie De

Laney, 18-year-old daughter of Donna and Danny Adams and the late Joe DeLaney, has been selected to receive one of the Charleston Kiwanis Club Scholarships as well as an Excellence Award Scholarship from the University of Missouri-Columbia. DeLaney recently completed her first semester at the University of Missouri, where she is majoring in physical therapy.