SIKESTON - A surprise supper was given by Mrs. A.M. Jackson Monday evening at her home on Moore Avenue in observance of the birthday anniversary of her daughter, Louise.
SIKESTON - A six-year pedestrian safety plaque was presented to Mayor Harry Dudley by Jack O. Kramer, assistant district AAA representative. The award is given to cities that have a pedestrian fatality-free record.
POPLAR BLUFF - The Sikeston All-Stars, Qulin, Poplar Bluff Green and Dexter have advanced in the semifinals in the Poplar Bluff Invitational Little League Tournament being played at Hillcrest Park.
SIKESTON - A potential of a major earthquake exists now along the New Madrid Fault, Dr. Otto Nuttli, an earthquake specialist from St. Louis, told members of the Southeast Missouri Civil Defense Association Sunday.
MOREHOUSE - The Morehouse Board of Aldermen voted Monday night not to reissue a city license to Southeast Missouri Distilleries.
SIKESTON - The battle to keep tourists coming to Missouri despite Mississippi River flooding has become an all-out-war, according to Bob Smith, chairman of the Missouri Tourism Commission.
SIKESTON - Country music star Pam Tillis has been chosen to fill the Wednesday night entertainment slot left vacant by Tracey Lawrence's sudden cancellation. Lawrence, previously scheduled to kick off the Sikeston Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo, has been hospitalized due to sudden illness and will not perform at the rodeo, the Sikeston Jaycees have announced.