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NEWS ABOUT TOWN with Mr. and Mrs. John Safray _ [and attended the baptizing of, Mrs. Sidney Miller and sister, J rlh ,n+ rhurch members ss r'atrmla LltzeKen at uV-(a t the Cu,ba Ba-tist Church kn-   . erland, Mo., spent the wee e d Sunday out to make new fronds/ SHAMPOOS LIQUID CONCENTRATED SHAMPOO Especially good for oily hair. Leaves hair soft and lustrousl * Brightener addedl * Conditioner added] Thickly concentratedl Generous 12-oz. size! LIQUID CREME SHAMPOO Original creme formula- tion with built-in sparkle. Wonderful for normal hairl The whole family will enjoy ifl 12-oz. NO FED. TAX At" your Dorothy Perkins Dealer HONER DRUG Carl P. Honer, Reg. Ph. TU & TU -)19 Mo. OBITUARY VERL ALLEN RICKETTS, JR. Verl Allen Ricketts, Jr., five months old son of Sgt." andMrs. Verl Ricketts, passed awayWed- nesday, April 19, 1961 at the U. S. Army Hospital at Fort Wood. Besides his parents, he is survived by his sisters, Vickie Jean, and Deborah Lee Ricketts his grandparents, Mrs. Carolina Walters, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Britton; great grand-par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Persschbacker, and Mr. Bell, and 19 Drive-In Theatre FRI., SAT., APR. 28-29 DOLBLE FEATUR PROGRAM IN COLOR Brigitte Bardot and Antonio Viler in A Woman Like Satan feature No. 2 . . . [ IN COLOR Walter Reed and Ziva Rodmann in Macumba Love Plus Cartoon SUN. - MaN. APR. 30 -MAY 1 in coloc Richard Burton & Barbara Rush in The Bramble Brush with Angie Dickinson and James Dunn Plus Cartoon TUE. -WED.-THURS. MAY 2-3-4 Ted Ray and Jean Kent in . Please Turn Over with Julia Lockwood Plus Cartoon great great granadlarertts Mr. I was confirmed in the Lutheran and Mrs. William Perschbacker, lfaith on September 14,1952. He and many other.lovingrelatives, iwas a faithful Hearer of the Funeral services were held at[ Word of God that preached the Hoener Funeral Home at Christ died for his sins and Leasburg, Mo., Sunday, April through frequent participation 23 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Delmdr of the sacrament assured him- Hutson officiating. Interment was in the Lea Cemetery. Little Verl's father was in I the Air Corps service in the Philtppines, but came home Saturday. OBITUARY JOHN HENRY BLOMBERG John Henry Blomberg was born at Elmont, Missouri, to the union of Edward Blomberg and Carrie Blomberg (neeFroel-: ker) on January 16, 1888, and passed away suddenly on April 16 1961, at the age of 73 years, 2 months and 29 days. He enlisted in the United States Army during World War 1 and served his country faith- fully. He helped organize and was a charter member of the Ctba American Legion Memor- ial Post No. 522. He was united in marriage to Miss Augusta Wespl on No vember 11, 1928 in Bourbon, Missouri. To this union four children were born: Leonard, Hilda, Ruth Mae and Hazel Clare. Those who surviva to mourn his departure, are his loving wife, Augusta Blomberg; his son Leonard Blomborg of Sullivan Mo., his daughter, Hilda Mari Blomberg. The other two girls died in infancy. One brother, Charles Blomberg of Kinmun- dy. Ill.; his sister, Mrs. Evelyn Manthei of Isebelle, S. D., one grandson, "James Edward Blom- berg; his daughter-inqaw, bro- ther-in-law, sisters in law, niec- es, nephew, cousins and other relatives and many fri-'s. He numbered his friends by his ac- quaintances. ] John was baptized into the  Chrisian Church as a child. He Beautify your yard, PATIO and FLOWER GARDEN THIS SUMMER. SEE CONCRETE FIXTURES- Bird Baths, Bird Feeders, Flower Pots, Squirrels, Frogs, Toad Stools, St. Francis, Four Seasons, Many other figures, all kinds and sizes. George Marr South of Cuba Cemetery 1 block READY-MIXED CONCRETE PLANT Phone TU 5-7431 or TU 5-3572 self of this forgiveness of sins. He showed this forgiveness in his daily life as a devout man and a doer of good works. Me. Blomberg was in state at Shanklin Funeral Home Chap- el, Cuba Mo., until 12 noon Tuesday, kpril 18, when he was i taken to St. Paul's Lutheran Church where services were held at 2 P. M. Rev. Rodney Scheer officiated wth sacred songs sung by the church choir, accompanied on the organ by Joyce Hertlein. Graveside ser-i vices were held under the aus- pices of Cuba American Legio' Post No. 522. Interment was in the Gerth Cemetery. Those who served as palbbearers were Ed- win Hertlein, Herman Lerbs, Fred Oberkrom, John Munzert and Karl Beyer. NEWS ABOUT TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ellis and daughter, his mother and sister Mrs. Ben Ellis and Lin- da visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis Titter near Leasburg. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Beahan and children of Ferguson spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enke. Mr. and Mrs. W. Walter Lee visited Mr. John Burrows at the Rolls hospital Sunday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wilkinson spent Monday with their daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Adams and son at Po- tosi Monday. Mrs. Henrietta Pancoast was a weekend visitor with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Edeman and chil- dren at Lake Montowesse. Mrs. Luther Laswell spent last week with her sister in Overland, Mo., and On Tuesday helped her celebrate her 83rd birthday. Mrs. E. A. Lindberg spent the weekend with her son and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lind- berg and children at Kirkwood. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Barnes of St., Louis spent Monday @ith his cousin, Mrs. P. H. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Jennings f Montgomery City, Mo., and Mrs. Nellie Nixon of Leasburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Nixon and family and helped Linda Nixon celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sweetin of Rol spent Sunday, April 16 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I II I I I .... III IT SURE MAKES SENSE to spend your dollars where they will do YOU the most good. So m II SHOP AT HOME I IIIII You Name It! Your Hometown Stores Are Sure To r Have it! CUBA CAFE HAACK'S AG MARKET BECK'S STUDIO JERI'S BEAUTY SHOPPE HAYES SHOE STORE CUBA FURNITURE PEOPLES BANK CUBA READY MIX CHAPMAN CLEANERS AMERICAN SAjLES CO. Cuba and St. ames CORNER GROCERY The Cuba Free Press Fotmded July 21, 1960 at Cuba, Missouri WORKING FOR CUBA AND SURROUNDING AREA 'ntered as second-class matter at the post office at Cuba, Mo. Published weekly, each Thursday, at Cuba, Missouri SUBSCRIPTIONS .......... $2.00 in Missouri; $2.50 Elsewhere 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 5-460 Thursday, April 27, 1961 Frank Sweetin, who had a birth- day dinner for Walter. Miss Linda Ellis spent Sat- urday night with Miss Gwen- doly n Pingleton and accoml=qtni- ed Rev. and Mrs. Pingleton and children to Salem, Mo., where he preached Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rutz and children 'of St. Louis were weekend visitors with Mrs. Vir- ginia Rutz and children. S u n d a y afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith were their long time friends, Mr. and Mrs. Shell Logerbrinck of St. Clair, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilhite of Owensvil4e spent Sunday with his brother-in-law and sis- ter Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sou- ders. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weis and children of St. Louis spent Sun- day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Stephan. Mrs. May- me Stephan accompanied them to Cuba after spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sprague. A 3-R00M DELUX OUTFIT FOR $389.95 INCLUDES: Breakfast Set, Living Room Set, Bedroom Set, 47 Pieces In All Ig:J..,. '::z,:..:: ::::::::::-:::.:.:., :!:..-.. "' Y.:"-.- ">.:'.' ?4::i:!i::?:"" SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Buy in your locality where you get guaranteed service and genuine parts. Know the brand you buy, also the firm you are buying from as your guarantee runs any- wh'ere from one to five years. Buying merchandise without service and good delivery isn't wise buying. FRANK SHAW'S CUBA FURNITURE STORE E-Z TERMS THE FRIENDLY STORE CUBA, MISSOURI Phone TU 5-3514 I ] I I \\; Be a bit selfish about your dollars. Instead of spend- ing them out of town where they will help build up somebody else's community, keep them here at home where they can help build up YOUR community, help make it a better place for YOU and YOUR family to live. A good part of every dollar you spend at home STAYS at home, helping to maintain YOUR schools, streets, parks and other civic services and facilities, helping to support YOUR churches, hospitals, recrea- tional and social services. Get this EXTRA value for yourself out of every dollar you spend!! MARKLEY LUMBER and CONSTRUCTION HERB'S SINCLAIR SERVICE' CUBA FEED & GRAIN CO., INC. STEPHAN INSURANCE AGENCY ROBERTS-JUDSON LUMBER CO. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE AL WEST MOTOR HOENER FUNERAL HOME Norman C. Hoener M. Adele Hoener MICK'S DRIVE-IN TEXACO CAFE & SERVICE STATION SHANKLIN FUNERAL HOME Paul and Genevieve Shonklin BETTER BUYS MERCANTILE CO. Geo. K. and Helen Walker L. and COLTON FORD TRACTOR SALES THE CUBA FREE PRESS PHILANCO ENTERPRISES CITIES SERVICE STATION Chas. Hess CENTRAL I. G. A. L. STANDARD SERVICE STATION GORMLEY'S APPLIANCE