SIKESTON - Hospital notes: Mrs. Clarence Boze of Morley entered on the sixth and a son was born to her on the same day.
SIKESTON - A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Buell Sizemore Monday at the Sikeston General Hospital. The child has been given the name of Victor Kaye.
KENNETT - The Sikeston Bulldogs peeled off their first conference victory of the season here Saturday night by defeating the Kennett Indians 54-53.
BENTON - Frank Moring was elected president of the Chamber of Commerce here Monday night in a meeting held at St. Denis School.
MINER - The City of Miner has a new police chief. Tom Mitchell, who had been acting police chief as of Jan. 2, was officially selected as the new police chief on Jan. 8 at an executive session of the Miner City Council following the regular council meeting. His position became effective that evening. Mitchell takes over the office formerly held by Wayne Smith who resigned Jan. 2 to take other employment.
SIKESTON - The Sikeston Bulldog wrestlers were in action Tuesday, hosting the New Madrid County Central Eagles in a dual meet. The 'Dogs, coming off of a strong third place finish in the Poplar Bluff Invitational, recorded another win, downing the Eagles 50-16.
SIKESTON - The poster children for the 15th annual Kenny Rogers Cerebral Palsy Center Telethon have been announced by Chairman Mike Wilson. They are: Dawn Nichols, Nicholas Werkmeister, Cody Lee, Dewayne Stanley, Miracle Kennedy and Samantha Gadberry.