SIKESTON - Mr. and Mrs. Prince McDougal entertained 50 guests, including 15 from out of town, with an informal open house at their home on North Kingshighway.
SIKESTON - Vance Whitworth Inc. of St. Louis has begun this week to shift major portions of its activities to Sikeston. The firm, which manufactures electronic data recording equipment, will move into the old Planters National Building at 127 Malone Ave.
SIKESTON - Sikeston veterinarian Dr. David F. Morris recently returned from Saskatchewan, Canada, where he performed a surgery that is relatively new and not as common as many other veterinary operations. The surgery, which Morris is becoming known for throughout the nation, is necessary when a bull calf's testicles have not developed properly. In some cases, one testicle may be just above the flank or scrotum. The surgery corrects the problem by placing the testicle back where it belongs, Morris said.
SIKESTON - Representatives from Southeast Missouri State University, Three Rivers Community College and the Sikeston Area Vocational Technical School met with those interested to outline the associate degrees being made available this fall. Through the cooperative arrangement with the Bootheel Education Consortium, area students will be able to take most of the course work for an associate degree and about half the work for an associate of applied science degree in Sikeston.
SIKESTON - The Sikeston American Legion Post 114 baseball team recently participated in the Lockeroom Twin Lakes Classic 4A American Legion Tournament in Mountain Home, Ark. Of the 16 teams in the field, Sikeston won the championship and brought home a total of five trophies. Mark Russell of Sikeston was awarded the Most Outstanding Pitcher Award and Jason Aycock of East Prairie was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player.