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CUBA HOME EC. CLUB At The 00hurchesl000000ern&apos;w00""e00a I president of the Crawford Coun- ty Home Economics Council, BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Ruth Fairclough anN[rs. Lloyd Wllhtte, S.S. Supt. Clara Meyers were guests o  the Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Training Union - 7 p.m. Mrs. Edna Durbin - Director Evening Worship - 8 pan. Mid-week Ser. - 7:30 p.m. CROSS ROADS BAPTIST CHURCH ReD. Delmar Hutson, Pastor Far, is Sappington, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - II a.m. Sun. Training Union - 7:00 p.m. ,Sun. Eve. Worship - 8 p.m. Wed. Prayer Ser. - 7 p.m BLUE SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH G. A. Frederickson, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - I0 a.m Morning Worship- 11 a.m. Gospel Singing every 3rd Friday evening of each month 7:30 pJm. MT. "OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Ralph Kitchen, Pastor Sam Kitchen, SS. Supt. Sunday School - I0 am. Worship Service - 11 a.m. B.T.U. - 7 p.m. Evening Worship Ser. 8 p.m. You are invited to attend these service. Mr. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH ReD. John Ends Llte IAckBder, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - I0 a.m. Morning Worship - II am. Training Union - 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship - 8:30 p.m. TRINITY PP.]BYTERIAN Dora Dickerson, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10:15 a.m. Morning Worship - 11:15 am. Sabbath School (Saturday) 9:45 m. PRESBYTERIAN C IrP,,CH Mrs. L. B, Ambrnster S.S. Supt. Morning Worship- 9.30 a.m Sunday School - 10:45 a.m. CHURCH OF GOD Mrs. Raymond Young, Past G. C. Taylor, SS. Supt. Sunday School - I0 am. Morning Worship- II Lm San. eve. Worship - 7:45 p.m. UPTOWN THEATRE i ROLI, MISSOURI Barbara EdeD RITZ THEATRE ROLLA, MISSOURI FRI. & SAT., APRIL 28 - 29 Saturday eontinuous from 1 p.m. "HORRORS OF THE BLACK MUSEUM" Michael Gough & June Cunningham -plus-- 'THE HEADLESS GHOST' Richard Lyon & Liliane Sottane SUN., MAN., and TUES., APRIL 30 - MAY 2 Sunday continuous from 1 p.m. 'ALL THE YOUNG MEN' Alan Ladd & Sidney Poitier plus-- "CALTIKI" John Merivale & Didi Sullivan WED. and THURS., MAY 3 - 4 "THE UNFAITHFULS" Gina Lollobrigida & May Britt plus "THE RACK" Paul Newman & Wendell Corey Rolla Drive-In ROLLA, MISSOURI SHOWS* START AT DUSK FRI and SAT., APRIL 28-29 "The Beat Generation" Steve Cochran and Mamie Van Doren mplus-- "SIERRA BARON" Brian Keith and Rick Jason SUN. & MAN., April 30 - May1 "A HOLE IN THE HEAD" Frank Sinatra & Eleanor Parker TUESDAY, MAY 2 DOLLAR A CARLOAD "NIGHT OF THE QUARTER MOON' Julie London and John Drew larrymore WED. & THURS., MAY 3 - 4 "TORPEDO RUN" Glenn Ford & Ernest Borgnine FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ReD. J. R. Stogsdill, Pastor Richard Enloe, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:50 a.w- Training Union - &:30 p.m. Mrs. Walter Durbin, Director Sun. eve. worship - 7:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer SeT. - 7:30 p.m. Communion first Sunday DELKI BAPTIST CHURCH ReD. Walter Sanders, Pastor Ralph Llbhart, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - II a.m. Sun. Training Union - 7 p.m. Sun. eve. Worship - 8 pm Wed. Prayer Set. - 7 p.m. Young People's Meeting Sat - 7:45 p.m. CUBA PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH ReD. Ha'y EchoL% Pastor ad S. SupL Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Sun. Youth Union 7:30 p ASSEMBLY OF GOD ReD, sad Mr C. F. Bryant, Ptstors Sunday 1 - 10 a.m. Worship Ser rlce - II a.m. Christ's Ambassadors - 6:30 p.l Sun. night Service - 7:30 p.n ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH ReD. Rodney R. Scheer Ed Hertleim, S. S. Supt. Sunday. School and Bible eAass - 9 a.m. Morning Worship - 10:15 a.n MYLWrH DAY A.DV]LNTIS ADYmNT1S CHURCH Born-boa, Mo. ea old Mwy. @6 west W. K mRh - Paotf ]BIBI.JI BAPTIST CHURCH Cuba, Mo. Itev. C. ]L Ptaneli, PuWr Wt, S.S. SBpt. Sooal - le a.m. W,dMp - 11 tJa Sl=. Yom,4g loide - 7 p.m. Mldwk Sir. Wl. - 7:10 p.m Cuba Home Economics Club at the home of Mrs. A. L. Zorn Friday evening. Thirteen mem- bers were also present andns - wered roll call by showing a picture of themselves in their younger day. This caused a great deal of merriment as the pic- tures were passed around and others tried to identify them. Mrs. Beulah McKinney gave the devotional using the chap- ter in Matthew on "Where your treasure is". She also read an article titled "Home, a Lit- tle it of Heaven" with Christian living pointing out the treas- ures a homemaker finds in ev- ery day life. The president appointed Mrs. Rose Wiggins and Mrs. Beulah i McKinney to help serve Thurs-! day, April 27, when the Cuba Home Ec Cluub, the Blue Star Club and Three Mile Club wilI show a safety film at .the Holy Cross school hall. A special in- vitation has been exended to the members and sponsors of 4H clubs and the public is cor- dially invited. The clubcs are also preparing a safety exhibit to be placed in the Cuba Public Library dur- ing National Homemakers Week. Plans were completed for the club's part at the Junior-Senior Tea at Steelville Thursday af- ternoon, May 11. Mrs. Clara Wilmesherr" volunteered to make the four dozen cookies the club is to furnish. Mrs. Lola Riester and Mrs. McKinney will attend to represent the Club club and to help serve. The local club's prticipation in National Improvement Week was discussed and a civic im- provement of a danger hazard was brought out. Mrs. Wiggins was appointed to represent the METHODIST Rev. Fred R. Harper, Pastor Howard Murphy, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 9:40 a.m. Morning Womhip - 11:03 a.m M.Y.F. - 7:00 p.m. Communion first Sunday every month. i THE [YTONA Model K-4010 $289.95 t THE HANDWRITING THAT SPELLS OUT WHAT MOST PEOPLE THINK OF WESTINGHOUSE AMERICAN CONTEMPORARY FURNITURE TV...with PICTURE WINDOW 23" Here's the most beautiful furniture you ever watched. Westinghouse-styled to add charm to any room, blend with your modern tastes. Sophisticated and.trim in walnut or limed oak grain finishes on hardboard. Westinghouse-engineered with the Picture Window 23'tube for full 278 square inches of better viewing, and big 8" speaker for better listening, plus the Memory Fine Tuning Control... you tune once, your set stays in tune.., every time you change channels. You can be sure.., if it's WESTINGHOUSE *diagonal measure 00'Westingh0use We guarantee any set purchased from us to operate in this fringe area. - THREE DAY offer -only- Thur., Fri., Sat., April 27, - 29. - This ad brought in will entitle you to 10% discount off any merchandise we sell - Terms available up to 3 years. B&R Music Center Open Evenings Until 8 p.m. TU 5-7211 801 W. Washington CUBA, MO. club at the city council meeting May 1st and report the hazard. A lesson on Management Sense About Food Dollars was given by Mrs. Clara Wilmeslerr who with Mrss. Frances Powell, had attended the food lesson at the council meeting at Steel- ville. This brought out the idea that food with proper food v ues even though higher in d'olV lars, is cheaper than food bought for less but lacking proper nu- trition. Mrs. Eula Myers was request- ed to contact Mrs. Emil Har- man and Mrs. Louis Cody to get them to give the food ]sson at the next meeting May 19. A donation was made to the cancer fund. Mrs. Zimmerman's letter on opportunities for home- makers pertaining to the advan- tages of making use of the pub- lic libraries, was read by the secretary and thank you notes were received from Mrs. Mc- Knney and Mrs. Dodd for their flowers and cards received while ill. Mrs. Geo. Reeves, with the aid of Mrs. Flo Myers, showed  a film on cancer, ,ro Smoke Or Not To Smoke"--also read some facts and distributed literature o n it. Two games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Clara Mey- er, Mrs. Frances Powell and Mrs. Beulah McKinney. The hostess served refresh- ments of sandwiches, fruit jello, cake and coffee. IRON CENTER We are having spring like weather with the exception of high winds Sunday." Everything ]s springing orth with all the glory of springtime. Mr. and Mrs. James Dunakey and baby wert to St. Louis Sun- day to be with the bereaevd family of su.e, wife of Mr. Leo Dunakey, who passed away Fri- day morning. They stayed for the uneral .which was held Monday .... Mr. and Mrs. G'eo. Reeves were callers Sunday at the H. Heady -home, Mr. and.Mrs. Richard Tyler and son Denny of St. James, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cas- Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Simmer- ley, accompaned by Mrs. Mae Lea, and granddaughter, Doris King went to Bourbon Friday. Mrs.-Lea and Doris visited in the Alex Adams home while Mr. and Mrs. Simmerley transacted business. The Simmerleys visit- ed awhile in the Adams home before returning lme, bring :4zglIrs. Lea and Dors back with them. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Evans were six o'clock dinner guests Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Har- frY Flaekmeier of Leasburg, M. The husbands visited while Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Flachnmier looked at flowers and Mrs. Ev- ans brought some plants hom of tier wonderful collection. Mr. Earl Clayton of Bourbo visited with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Simmerley, Iastl weekend, l Mr Bill Wood of St. Louis i called on Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Evans Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Simmer- ley had as guests Saturday their son, Mr. John Simmerley, and on Sunday their daughter, Mr. aand Mrs. James Hardie and daughter Melinda visi.ted them. CITATION FOR AUSTIN MORRIS Austin A. Morris of Cuba, Mo., was given a special cita- tion in March by United Farm Agency for whom he is local representative. UNITED, one of the nation's largest sellers of rural real estate now operating in eighteen states from coast to coast, conducts a monthly na- tional sales contest and Mr. Morris was among the top sales- men for the period. Mr. Morris was appointed lo- cal representative in the Cuba area in June 1959. Robert M. Chamberlain, new- ly elected board chairman for United Farm Agency, has pre- dicted a mild boom in rural real estate for 1961. Two of: UNITED's first three months for this year have aleady estab- lished new sales records. ROUTE TWO Mrs. Roy Libhart attended tile sarotto Jr. and daughter ISam - $unhsine Club meeting Wednes- ela, and Mr. and Mrs. Grant day at the home of Mrs. Ed Shank were Sunday visitors I McWilliams at Leasburg. Thd with Mr  Mrs W  E Dodd I hostess served a delicious lunch. Mrs. Frank Cassarot.to'of Ro-'l Mr. and Mrs. Bill Huif arfd sai is quite ill and her son I baby of St. Louis spent the Mr. and Mrs. John Cassarotto ! "weekend witi her parents, Mr. visited her Sunday and Monday' and Mrss. Floyd Chapman. THE CUBA FREE PRESS Cuba, Missouri Thursday, April 2-7, 196t Mrs. Ellen Nowack and son of Owensville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Huff and baby of St. ouis, nd Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stewart Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Calimia and Mrs. Helen Calimia, all of St. Louis, had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Graver Sprinkle Sat- urday and spent the day. Mrs. Edna Klouzek, Ms'. May Chapman Mrs. Agnes Chapman and Miss Ida Robinson, Mrs. M. Kozfeld and daughter Ruth, and Mrs. W. M. Stewart attended the .covered dish dinner and the Health and Welfare meeting at the Seven Day Adven,tist Church in St. Louis last Tuesday. T ROWLAND BEEZLEY -- Redie el TV Repair RCA, G.E. and SYLVANIA Cuba.Furniture & Appliance Call TUxedo 5-3514  SPruce 5-2'-8 Ready-Mixed Concrete COMPLETE LINE Of = ROAD IvlATERIALS The Aea's Chgy Wedaed Sa el Grovel Plant -EXCAVATING OF ALL KINDS-- DRAGLINE, BACKHOE & CRAWLER HIGHLIFT -FREE ESTIMATES-- Cuba Ready-Mix V. E. WOODCOCK Ph. TU 5-3. City Park South CUBA, MISSOURI GOSPEL SINGING Sunday 'afternoon, April 311, at 2:30 p.m. JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CHURCH OF CHRIST OWENSVILLE, MISSOURI ComeSing With Us.. Mr. and: . Micb:ael Cullen and family of Florissant, Mo.. REPORT OF CONDITION OF were weevisitollwithher PEOPLES BANK OF CUBA parent, Mr and: Mrs. L. Grote- Groeweil call' ....... : .  :; ,: '!<'" : ::: :: : ' :' .... :: ": ......  te banking : Fl ReserVe System. Pub.shed th a call made by the State Banidag A=- thohties and by the Fedecal Reserve Bank of this District. BEDS,  As low as $!2.95 Twin or full size MATTRESSES .. $12.95 SPRINGS .2 ....... $12.95 Linoleum Rug 9x12 $4.95 New shipment of 12 ft. .98 sq. yd. WOOL RUGS 9x12 as low as $29.95 12x12 as low as $49.95 12x15 as low as $59.95 Wringer Type WASHERS As low as $89.95 - EXCHANGE DEPT. - Overstocked 2econditioned Refrigerators Gas Stovps BedRoom Sets Breakfast Sets Low- Low- Low- Low Prices- Hollybeds, 5ead board and frame as low as $6.95 YOUR TRADE-IN MAY BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT Buy in your locality where "you get g taranteed service and genuine parts. Know the Brand you buy and also the firm you are buying from as your guarantee runs anywhere from one year to five years. Buying merchandise without service and good deliv- ery isn't wise buying. Phone - TU 5-3514 Frank Shaw Cuba Furniture Store ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection ...................... United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed .. Obligations of States and political subdivisions .............. Corporate stocks (including $3,750.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) .............................................................. Loans and discounts (including 100.04 overdrafts) .......... Bank premises owned $51,248.87, furniture and fixtures $11,174.39 Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank prem- ises or other real estate ................................ Other Assets ............................................... TOTAL ASSETS ....................................... LIABILITIES Demand deposits of indviduals, partnerships, and corporations .. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ... Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) Deposits of States and politcial subdivisions. ................. Other deposits (certified and officers' cheeks, etc.) ...... '.. TOTAL DEPOSITS ..... $1,995162.88 (a)Total demand deposits ... 1,396,702.35 (b)Total time deposits ...... 598 660.53 $ 461,856.85 857,484.40 5,112.79 3,750.00 842,354.90 62,423.26 6,240.00 517.93 $2,239,740.13 1,179,545.72 564,660.53 28,983.08 222,161.55 12.00 Other liabilities ........................................... 8,184.40 TOTAL LIABILITIES .................................. 2,003,547.28 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital * .................................................................. $ 25,00000 Surplus ................................................................... 100,000.00 Undivided Profits .......................................... ' 111,192.85 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................... 236,192.85 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...... 2,239,740.13 This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $25,000.00 MEMORANDA Asets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes ............................................................... $ 150,500.00 (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of reserves of .... 10,639.21 I, W. J. Barnett, President of the above-xtamed bank, hereby certify that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief, CorrectAttest: W. J. BARNETT EUGENE E. WILKINSON EDWIN HERTLEIN LEROY LEEZY Directors