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Thursday, January 24, 2008

MOREHOUSE - Mr. Hargrove has purchased the home of Arthur Shipman.

SIKESTON - Three babies, one boy and two girls, were born yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mick of Charter Oak became parents of a son and daughters were born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Wyatt of Sikeston and Mr. and Mrs. Therman Moriarty of East Prairie.

MORLEY - Abram Hirschowitz, Oran businessman, spoke to the Rotary Club last night on the need for a home for the elderly. The name of Care Service Center has been proposed for the home of 150 rooms, located in central Scott County.

SIKESTON - The Church of God moved to a new location at 442 Smith St. The building was formerly occupied by the First General Baptist Church, which is moving to its new church on Kennedy Drive.

SIKESTON - The Sikeston City Council approved the architect's plan for the new Chaney-Harris Cultural Center at a special meeting Monday night and subsequently voted to begin the bidding process. The old MIddle School site was established for the building location.

EAST PRAIRIE - Fire which may have started from an overheated coffee pot on a kitchen cabinet damaged Charley Loomas' residence Monday afternoon.

SIKESTON - The Rev. Cecilia Raske-Barnett was recently called by members of Hunter Memorial Presbyterian Church to serve as pastor.

SIKESTON - The Sikeston Eagles recently hosted a fundraiser to help defray Jerry Vann's medical costs, which have continued to rise since he was diagnosed with an organic phosphate poisoning known as peripheral neuropathy.