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Looking Back in Time at Nov. 19

Tuesday, November 19, 2002

SIKESTON - Unleashing power house offensive, the Cape Girardeau Central High School Tigers swamped the Sikeston High School Bulldogs, 78-0 Friday night.

SIKESTON - Twenty-two members of St. Francis Xavier Circle Daughters of Isabella were present for the installation of officers at a meeting held last Wednesday evening in the school basement. New officers installed for the coming year are: Jean Schumacher, regent; Elizabeth Daniels, vice regent; Mabel Shy, past regent; Laura Ann Sherman, treasurer; Margaret Ann Dillender, recording secretary; Bernice Buck, scribe; Margaret Moore, custodian; Elaine Rennier, first guide; Mary Paylord, second guide; Mrs. Albert Erpelding, banner carrier; Wilma Rogers, monitor; Joan Schweer, inner guard; Dorothy Donner, outer guard; Mrs. Jerry Lewis, organist; and trustees Beulah Leible and Regina Anderson.

SIKESTON - Final plans are being made for the official opening of the Sikeston Regional Children's Services, located at the former Sikeston Activity Center.

SIKESTON - Thanks in part to Sikeston's proximity to Interstates 55 and 57, the city will have a new Drury Inn in the fall of 1993, Charles L. Drury Sr. said Thursday.

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SIKESTON - Clayton Farm Services, Highway 61 South, was recently awarded Lindsay Manufacturing Company's Zimmatic Dealer Excellence Award for 1992.

EAST PRAIRIE - Bob Maxwell qualified his American Quarter Horse, High Steppin Playboy, for the 1992 AQHA World Championship Show in Oklahoma City, Okla.