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The Cuba Free Press Founded July 21, 1960 at Cuba, Missouri WORKING FOR CUBA AND SURROUNDING AREA Entered as second-class matter at the post office at Cuba, Mo. Published weekly, each Thursday, at Cuba. Missouri Vol. I - No. 23 Subscriptions -- $1.00 per year Percy Pascoe, Jr, Publisher and Editor Rose Wiggins, Ass't Editor and Circulation Manager Address all communications in care of The Cuba Free Press, Box 192. Cuba Misouri or phone TU 5-7460 Thursday, January 19, 1961 INVENTORY SALE ON NEW AND EXCHANGE FURNITURE '3 """ ".::" ........ .: : 2-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE WITH TABLE AND LAMP .... $99.95 i :I: d ......... -.:,:::::.:.:...::  ,,, ..:.," ..:: ,,'r',..  7S!i':'N i!i!!iiiiii i 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE BOOKCASE BED DREs- SER. CHEST. 1 PA!R BOUDIOR LAMP $79.9S 5-PC. BREAKFAST SET. BEAUTIFUL .... $4995 WOOD' HEATERS AS LOW AS .......... $3.95 AUTOMATIC WOOD CIRCULATORS WITH- ASH PAN AND AUTO- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shanklin Marr found her granddaughters The Altar Society of Sacred attended the annual banquet of are adding to the family shelf Heart Church met at the home the Bourbon Boosters Club at of gold cups with their activi- of Grace Arnold with a most delicious chicken dinner Wed- nesday with Father De Angelus and seven ladies present. Mr. and Mrs. Lee MaRs en- tertained his brother and wife of St. Louis over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson en- tertained their son and wife, ai Mrs. Nmkolson sister, all of St. Louis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Bolay and daughter Kathy of St. Louis pent the weekend at their home here Muel activity going on as our dial phone system is well on its way. Poles and wres are going up fast. Mr. and Mrs. Rieketts and hree children of Texas have moved into the Garrison house. ',.r. Ricketl is a Navy man and must return to duty. Mrs. Rie- ketts and children will remain rare close to her mother, Mrs. Win. Britlon. s SUNNY SIDE Mr. Albert Hemlin and Wm. .an:! hauled hay to Mr. Santa "tamlin Saturday and visited the Hamlins. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Evans were supper guests of Mr. and s. Geo. Steuber Wednesday. and Mr. and Mrs E. C. Woo. vcre evening visitors. Mr. Clifford Olvney called on m U. S. Hamlins Sunday homing and reported that his mother. Mrs. L. Olvney of Leas- burg had undergone surgery and was getting along as well as could be expected. Mrs. D. A. Howard and chil- dren moved to near St. James Saturday. We are sorry to lose her as a neigbhor but wish her ties. Ten year old Toni L-inn has a cup for awards in singing and 15 year old Terry Jean a cup for special strokes in swim- ming. They are both talented in voice and dramatics. Mrs. Engel has a cup in bowling They wish to be remembered, to their Cuba friends. -".-. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reeves "Ts - ited her sister in St. Louis over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ellis had as weekend guests, her parents and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Ry- mond Southard and daughter, Glenda of Belle. Mo.. also ano- ther idster. Mi,s Melb: Sou- thard of St. Louis. Mrs. E. A. Lindberg lspend- ing a few days in Kirkwood to attend a play in Webster Groves ;n which her daughter-iri=Iaw Mrs. Allan Lindberg, has te lead Bourbon Monday evening. Mrs Ada Bennett and Mrs. Anna Hedwick of St. James Sol- diers Home were visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Childs last Wednesday. Your support appreciated. -- Crawford County Golf Course. Mr, and Mrs. Ctas. Treece visited Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Souders Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and cbildren of St. Louis and her mother. Mrs. Vera Niedig- kier of Washington, Mo.. spent Sundayy with his mother, Mrs. Ethel White. Mr. James White NEWS ABOUT TOWN of St Louis has spent the past week with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Olson Your support appreciated. -- visited with Mrs. E. A. Lindberg Crawford County Golf Course. several days on their return Mrs. Marie Marr tins return- trip from Christmas with their ed from San Jose Calif. where daughter and family near Wash- she spent Christmas and sev- ington D. C.. and a week in l era 1 weeks with her daughter Florida. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Engel and children. Mrs. Care Notice! The Texaco WILL BE OPEN ON Sundays OUR SPECIALTY- FRIED CHICKEN Cuba Rexall Drug THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY -SPECIALS- GILLETTE GOOD MORNING SPECIAL! 15 SUPER BLUE BLADES ........................ Reg. $1.00 Giant Gillette FOAMY SHAVE CREAM .. .98 Total Value .................................................. $1.98 BOTH FOR .................................................. $1.50 A .... EXAsL L ........ UP JOHN ":'A L. TISSUES KAOPECTATE 400's - R e 129c 6 oz. 4 FOR Reg. 81c ................ 69C FREE! An Extra RIGHT HAND Playtex Lining Glove Given with the purchase of one pair ..... ,$1.39 |J. Mar Lynn Bohnenkamp M a r v Lynn Bohnenkamp. nnghter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bohnenkamp, passed away Jan- uary 14 at the age of 4 years, 7 months and 23 days. Little Mary Lynn is survived b,. her parents and two sisters. r;*"ini l,oe and Ruth Ann Bohnenkamp, and her grand- -rea. William Bohnenkamp and Mr. and Mrs. William Law- re,ce. Funeral serviees were held at the Bourbon Methodist Church at 2 P. M.. Monday, Jan. 16. with Rev. Clarence Kell offici- ating. Interment was in Bourbon Cemetery with Shanklin Fun- eral tIome in charge of ar- rangements. wood passed away Tuesday, Jan. 17, at the age of 66 years. Mrs. Underwood is survived by one son, William Robert Un- derwood: two brothers, Gene Cuba Furniture & Appliance Now has- Factory trained Radio and I TECHNICIAN MAKES REPAIR IN YOUR HOME OR SHOP WORK fUSES FOR SALE  ANTENNAS INSTALLED NATIONALLY ADVERTISED TV & RADIO, HI- F & STERO SETS. e NEW TV SETS GUARANTEED. 90 DAY FREE SERVICE ON TUBES. 1 YEAR ON PICTURE TUBE. happiness in her new home. [ a GOOD EXCHANGED TV & RADIOS. Mrs. Eurania(Rande)Underwood Mrs Walter Richter and Jr. I ,Mrs. Eurania (Ranie) Under- called on her parents, Mr. and Mm.U.S. HamlinSunday. 'CUBA FURNITURE Mr. and Mrs L. A. Evans of near Cuba were all day visitors in the Steuber home Sunday. and Applian Mr. Geo. Jarvis and Geo. IC# and Emil Ferguson; and wo Schaffer called on the Hamlins sisters. Mrs, Claude Ransom ahd Wednesday afternoon. Call TUxedo 5-3514 Steelville SPruce 5-2658 Mrs, Gladys Moutray. -- Mrs. Underwood is in sta PAUL A. SHANKLIN GENEVIEVE E. SHANKLIN at the Shanklin Funeral Home Chapel at Leasburg. Ha. Ser- Sh li v'ces ,,,i'l b held Friday..T-n. i a  20. at the Cross Roadss Church 7.,v/.,. -'-'>-, ,- -' at 2 P. MZ with Rev. Fair Pin- i  :2y-,e, ...-,. ,,,,],-" Fun 1 H Interment will be in the Cross --2 e ra o m e Roads Cemetery. " :  ' "4 [ Oxygen Equipped -- 24 Hour Ambulance Service I AES  A I R C 0 N D I T I 0 N E D Mrs. Lizzie Olney underwent Ph. TU 5-3355 CUBA, MISSOURI urgery .at Missouri Baptist ........ Friday A. M. and is well as can be ex-! Shop doing as peet.ed. Her address is "Mrs.' more. . save more R E X Super Anahist Dependable Alarm Clock COUGH SYRUP Reg. 2.98 ............. $.59 8 oz., Reg. 1.79 .... $1.4. 9 Sara Olnev. Msouri, Baptist Hospital, Room 456. St. Louis, Ha." Our HALLMARK VALENTINES are now on Display r. and Mrs, Otto Aiphe and son John of St. Louis spent the at tour A G store day. SENSATIONAL! R Prompt and Courteous Prescription Service Cuba Rexall D I.t]['weekend at theirbutcheredhome here.calf .m, I Chamo Aver.- a ----- for them Saturday. Perry Stoats, Reg. Ph. Doris Staats, Reg. Ph. The geore Halberts enter- PHONE TU 5-7212 tained Rev. and Mrs. Mayhan, WE GIVE & REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Halbert and Mr. and Mrs. Bert West Sun- Your Extra Savings "OUR STRICTLY FRESH Frying Chickens Ib 25c 55c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT! LIQUID LUX 22 oz. bottle A DAY . . . 7 DAYS A WEEK . . . INCLUDING SUN- DAYS AND HOLIDAYS. . . DO YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY WASH IN LESS THAN AN HOUR AT - CU " G :cEN :El 2 Ibs 29c HAACK'S MARKET o... . FRANK SHAW'S CUBA FURNITURE STORE Phone - TU 5-3514 crY ish't wise buying. MATIC CONTROL VEG. BEEF or CHIC. NOODLE Am 1 ' $99.95 m ., THE NEW WAY TO Camnboll enun 't #,an. Ol.C MA'TAG WASHERS 2 DO YOUR LAUNDRY I1 I lll,,ll il  l[(]lO AS LOW AS .... $129.95 // DO-IT-YOURSELF BIS00UI,,-K , 4" '- """ ! 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