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A Monument FOR AN d NEED Cuba Marble and Granite Works JAMES I. DODD Prop. WANTED White Oak Stave Bolts Robertson Stave Co. CUBA, MO. 4 MILES WEST OF CUBA. MO. ON EASTBOUND HWY. 66 Income Tax- Insurance Whether it's tax problems or insurance protection SEE US FIRST . . . TO BE SURE! Fire - Auto - Casualty - Liability and Allied Lines MODIE H. THURMOND, Representative GEO. H. WALKER INSURANCE AGENCY 907 W. Washinaton, Eastbound 66 Cuba, Mo. Phone TU 5-3632 or TU 5-3679 Santa left too much/ SO WE ARE GIVING YOU THIS CLEARANCE SALE SWEATERS BLOUSES WORK PANTS SHIRTS TO MATCH -A Real Buy- COME IN AND LOOK AROUND - SEE THE.. ..BARGAINS ! BIG SAVINGS NOW at- Bridge's Department Store OPEN FOR BUSINESS and definitely remaining in business! Martin's Standard Oil With Us You Get All 4 * STANDARD'S QUALITY t QUICK DELIVERY - 2 TRUCKS * PERSONALIZED SERVICE * GUARANTEED PURITY f' Dual Meters and Pumps Assure . Non-Mixture ef Gmlie and Fuel Oil Call- TU 5-3515 Thursday, January 12, 1961 DELHI (Intended for last week.) The New Year's Watch party was well attended at Delhi. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Klou- sek and family spent New Years Day with Mr. and Mr. Joe Kam- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reeves Ava, Bill, Lillian and Mr. Paul Glaese and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Fann were Wednesday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ware and family spent Sunday after- noon with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ware. Vicki Ware spent sunday af- ternoon with Rebbeca Bishop. Misses Bonnie and Alice Bay- less and LeRoy Richardson were Friday visitors with Mrs. Leona Brakefield and Linda. Monday afternoon visitors in the Virgil Ware home were Mr. and Mrs. Gip Woodruff andson, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woodruff, Mrs. Pearl Woodruff, Mrs. Grace 'Hjort, and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Kitchen. Vicki Ware spent Monday af- ternoon with Linda Brakefield. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ritchie and family returned to their home in Colufbia, Mo., Sunday after spending the holidays here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Win. White and sons spent Sunday with Mrs. A. P. White and Miss Jennie Chap- man. ) Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cooper and daughters spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stev- ens. Mrs. Viola Bayless was pleas- antly surprised on Christmas, Day with a telephone call from her daughter, Mrs. Norton Lee Hamilton f r o m Sacramento Calif., and also from Miss Eliz- abeth Bayless of Oklahoma City Okla. Word was receivcd last week from Mrs. MJ.nne Stall o e Hen- ryetta, Okla,, that her sister Mrs. Isadore Rice Mills, had passed away there on Dec. 20. The J. M.iRiee fatally'formerly lived near Hofflin, Mo. OBITUARY NANCY ISADORA MILLS The following article from the Henryetta, Okla., was sent to the Cuba Free Press by MI. Ethel Fann. Mrrs. Mills will be refembered here as Miss Isa- dare Rice who lived her about 40 years ago and she attendec school here: lancy Isadora Mills, 52, died in a local hospital late Monday evening. She was known to her friends (and that included mot of Hen- ryetta) as "Izzy" Funeral services for the long- time Henryettan will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday in the First Christian Church with the pas- t6r, Roy. Jack L. Nichoison of- ficiating. Burial wlU be in the family plot in Westlawn eemeo tory. Iy was born in Pawhuska ,and came here as a young girl in 1922. She married R. B. (Dick) Mills, who pt:eeded her in death In 1955. She was an active worker and member of the First Christian Church and in service rendered in club ac- tivRy and civic affairs, she served two terms as president of the Amerian Legion Auxil- iary was the first president of tre Henryetta Band Phrents and Boosters Club and with the young people was a constant and loyal worker. She is survived by two dau- ghteres, Mrs. Nancy Mner,-Ard- more, and Mrs. Mary Meltshar- get, Wichita, Kansas; three sis ters, Mrs. Joe Stall, Hem'yetta, Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Wichi- ta Falls, Texas, and lrs. Lou- ise Myers, Little Rock, Arkan- sas; five brothers, Harry, Rob- err, and Bill Rice, all of Hen- ryetta, De Rice, Hawthorne, Calif., and Frank Rice, Okla- homa City; and four grandchil- dren. HEARING AIDS AH models AH PHe.s RODGERS' SERVICE St. James, Mo. CLOSED THURSDAYS STEPHAN INSURANCE AGENCY - 102 Smith - Cuba. Mo. Active pallbearers for the funeral services Ehursday were K. A. Hamra, R. E. Thompson, Jr., Zaymon Clement, Bill Tharp, Jack Hines and Harley Millsap. Honorary pallbearers will be Fred Mabry, Dr. Floyd Hub- bard, Vern Sallee, Doyle Cun- ningham, Leon Giberg, Ted Berry, Herb Wi*- "Jhn Schaid and Bob Alsup. " PRAIRE CLUB METS The Prairie 4-H Club met at Lamb's on the evening of Jan- uary 9, with eight members and four parents present. Roll call was answered by giving a New Year's ResolutiOn. The 4-H I pledge was repeated and the minutes of the last meeting were read. Program books were finished, leaders selected for projects, and projeot bookss were distrib- uted. Chief projects of the club are electricity, beef, fobds and clothing. Meeting adjourned, a song was sung and refreshments served. OBITUARY Clyde W. Adams Clyde W. Adams was born at Spring Bluff, Mo., on January 29, 1904 to the union of Wil- liam Adamss and Zola Adams, nee Randelmann, and passed away on January 4, 1961, at his home in Bourbon, Moo, at the age of 56 years, 11 months and 5 days. When he was six years of age he moved to the Bourbon com- munity with his parents where he spent rls life. Soon after leaving school he began work- ing for Kappelmann-Linstrom- berg General Mercantile s:e working with Mr. Linstrom- berg in the funeral business; then upon the death of Mr. Linstromberg in 1930 he dis- continued the operation of the mercantile business, but did continue in the funeraI busi- On April 1, 1935 he began working as a ostal clerk: with Mr. Herman Esssman, the post- master at that time. In 1946 he accepted the job of substitute mail carrier, the sold all of his funeral equipment; and a few months later entered into the funeral business with Paul Shaklinn usihg the Adams res- idence as the funeral home. In 1954 he decided  establish the Cottage Inn which he and his wife were operating at the time of his death. In N?vember of 1923 he was united in marriage to Miss Ma- ble Linstromberg and to this union two children were born: a daughter, Norton Jean, and a son, William Joe. His daughter, Noma Jean, died in January, 1943 and in April of the rne year, his wife Mable passed away. On April 19, '1944 he was united in marriage to Mrs. Frances Peterson, nee Biting, in the Methodist ChureN"t Bour- bon, Mo. In 1939 Bourbon organized their fire volunteer flre-depart- merit and Clyde ewas a charter member.He sponsore{I the Boy Scout Troop in Bourbon. He was a member of the Odd FeN lows Lodge. He joined the Bourbon Lodge on January 31, 1940; re was Past rand of Bourbon Lodge, also Sullivan Ladge No. 156. He was always civic minded and helped any .time and any way he could. Those bides his loving wife Frances, Who survive to niourn his departure are on on, Wil- liam Joe Adams; his stepsons, John, Jim, and Robert-Petero son; one brother, Woodrow Ad- ams; three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Hardy of Sullivan, Mo., Mrs. Vi- ola Johnson of Fantail, Mo., and Mrs. Mae Morton of Holly- wood, Florida; one brother, Ed- ward, preceded him in death in 1930. He is also survived by his grandchildren; one uncle, Eu- gene Adats; two aunts, Mrs. Anna Martin and Mrs. Kate IAntchicum; nephews, nieces, other relatives and many friends. Clyde was one who loved is friends and neighbors and will be sadly missed, not only. by his loved ones but by his many friends as well. Mr. A@ams was in state at the Shanklin Funeral Home Chapel, Bourbon, Mo., util 12 ocloek noon, Saturday, January 7, 1961 when he was taken to .the Bourbon High School Audi- torium where services were held at 2 P. M. with Rev. H. H. chaefer offlctsting. Mr. Wil- Uam Summarville sang sacred rymns with Mrs. Erna Muellerj erving as his accompanists at' the piano. Memhers of SttlHvm Lodge No. 1 LO.O.F. paid the re- spects of the order to their ,brother Friday evening, Januo ary 6th at 8 p.m. when they conducted the rites of file or- der in the chapel. Interment was in the Bourbon Cemetery. INJURIES FATAL TO CUBA WOMAN i An elderly Cuba, Mo., woman| who signed herself out of St..] Louis Courty Hospital follow-| Ing a Christmas Day automo- I bile accident, died Friday of in- nries suffered in the accident County Coroner Raymond I. Harris said. The victim wa9 Mrs. Edith Diener, 69, of Cuba, Mo. She was in a car driven by her husband, William, 70, that collided with a car driven by Melvin E. Swantner, 21, of 424 Monroe pt%--Ki;kwood, at Balla and Ladue bads, Creve Coeur. Mr. Swantner and his wife, Marilyn, 22, were a'eated and released at county hospital. Mr. Diener was uninjured and Mrs. Droner signed herself out of the hospital against the advice of a staff physician, Mr. Harris said. Mrs. Diener was visiting her daughter, Mrs. James D. Chris- mer, 2420 Havenbrook dr., St. John, Friday and passed out twice. She responed' to au in- halator the first time but was pronounced dead at 9:30 a. m. following the second attack. Mr. Harris said an autopsy showed Mrs. Dieser died of a blood clot caused by injuries suffered in the automobile ac- cident. Mrs. Diener lived in the Iron Center neighborhood west of Cuba and had moved here about three years ago. She is survived by her hus- band, William A. Diener, and children, Mrs. Margaret Bisoux, Mrs. Mary Jane Chrimer, Al- bert Lane, Varner, Thurman and Fred Clark; three sisters, Mrs. Anna Bressler, Mrs. Irene Wolff, Mrs. Lottie Rapp and a brother, James W. McElroy and other relatives. Funeral services were held a 10 a.m., Tuesday, Ja. 3, from the Beiderwieden South Side Funeral Home with interment in Memorial Park Cemetery. BLUE STAR EXT. CLUB The Blue Star Extension Club' held its regular meeting Jan. 5th at the home of Mrs. Robert Stewart with Mrs. Lawrence El- rod co-hostess. There were 13 members and three guests, Mrs. Bill Hacker, Frs. Hal Graham and Mrs. Pew. The devotional was read by Mrs. Ed Windle. Roll call Was ans- wered by something a neighbor has done for me. The secretary's report was read and approved, and the treasurer gave her re- port. Mr. Paul Bell was a gues speaker and spoke on Wills and Financial Security, which was enjoyed very much by everyone. Mrs. Robert Stubblefield and and Mrs. Ruth Hines "showed candles and tray they had made at the handicraft meeting at Steelvllle. Games were won by Mrs. Louis Cody, Mrs. Bill Hacker, Mrs. E. Souders and Mrs. Har old Hector. Mrs. Louis Cody re- ceived a gift from her Secret Pal. Attendance prizes were won by Mrs. Fredrickson and Mrs. Paul Bryan. DR. E. A. RODGERS, D.CJPh.C. Opposite Masonic Cemetery St. James, Missouri Hours daffy - Closed Th THE CUBA FREE PRESS Thursday, January 19, 1961 Cuba, ! During the social hour delic- ious cake, coffee and ted were] served. __ __ __ __ J BASKETBALL SCHEDULE [ Melvin Moore, Coach J Jan. 20--Cuba at Cherryville Jan. 23-28Sullivan Tourney FOR BETTER GLASSES DR. FIRST, O. D. 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"Ym opposed to any educa- tion which will give our chil- drem knowledge without morale to help them u it." 4 ROOM MODERN with full basement, 2 from shopping area. 2 BEDROOMS, modern ette, modern kitchen and very large garage.. I I NATURAL STONE Full basement Furnace 600 feet from the river. A from highway 8. 85 miles St. Louis. Deep well. available. MODERN RANCHETTE on U.S. 66, 4 room modern and kitchen, attached g,' gas furnace; on a ice lot. MORE PEOPLE GO HO ME THAN SEE ME FOR YOURS! "'-"- Ron Shanklin Realty TOWN and COUNTRY SALES PHOTO LISTINGS TU 5-3356 CUBA, MO. PEOPLES BANK Established 1901 CUBA, MISSOURI THANKS for a good year--- and best wishes for 1961 Your patronage for the past year has enabled us to show increased business in many departments ........ and we appreciate it. We hope in the coming twelve months you will use our services even more.., so' that we may not only WISH you, but also HELP you enjoy, a Prosperous New Year. Pe@,!es Bank of Cuba MEMBER F.D.I.C. CUBA, MO.