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+ + i iiiii!i/ ;/ THE CUBA FREE PRESS Cuba, Missouri Thursday, April 27, 1961 BOY SCOUT NEWS Final Camporee Bulletin DATE: April 28-30 1961 PLACE: Johnson Shu.t-Ins State Park COST: $3 per unit to be mailed to St Louis Area Council BSA REVIVAL TIME A Free Will Baptist Revival will begin ... SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1961 in the CUBA THEATRE Services Each Evening at 7:30 p.m. Thereafter SPECIAL SONGS AND MUSIC EACH NIGHT EVERYONE WELCOME! Rev. Henry Long, Springfield, Mo., and 505 Arcade Bldg., St. Louisl. 10 cents per boy to be paid at camporee. PROGRAM: As outlined in your bulIetin. WATER: Plenty of approved" water within 200 yards of camp site. TENTS: Rev. G. J. Pingleton of Cuba, Evangelists COME AND BRING SOMEONE WITH YOU Singer Sales and Service SERVICE ON ALL MAKES MACHINES Singer Sewing Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and Floor Polishers Free check and adjustment on any machine! O. CURTIS TU 5-7428 Cuba, Missouri Johnson's Service Station NORTH 19 NEAR WESTBOUND 66 Serving You With Good Gas For Less Money TIRES -- TUBES -- BATTERIES AND MOST BRANDS OF OIL CIGARS, CIGARETTES & CANDY ALSO LIGHT GROCERIES * HOLSUM BREAD- SEALTEST MILK ,,National elet" HBC-'I'V t Giant AEROSOL SHAVE CREAMS 11 oz., ,.,.,, 2 for 99 Lavender or Ready Shaven Reg. or Mentholated. RO-BALL DEODORANT ,.,.-, 2 for 70 Reliable antiperspirant. A few tents may be available but you MUST notify Wil- liam M Simpson, 103 Lime- stone Potosi, Me. no later than Ttlesday, April 25. CHURCH SERVICES: Generally proteistant church services will be held at camp at 8 p.m. Boys of Catholic Faiti will at- tend Masses at Lesterville. 91 ,m , / oz 2 for 1 2 e all, lO0 s ....... , " ....... 6 P,x YMULSIOH Clilds $1..75 DUSTING POWDER + " IP'$3"89. PQ.L--* Pint 2,or3.90 i Mr,enne or Lavender 2f II [iouiO vitamins. "'" nm ...... ... or 1.7{ iL- -'-^RIES _. BE l.u MIST COLOGNE |53 sUPPOSt_I.u 12,s 2for .54 l GaTden Party Rexatl Llycmm. "'" " r + ....... 2 for 1,51 | +di00200 NOTES 43 AOHESWE I"AB 2for 44 20 in di E$ II . - spenser ....... 2 for .70 Rexa ............ m .... nX BALLS .. $2.00 BILLFOLD Men's 39 t;u.u , all, 55 s ......... 2 for .q, Ladies, leather ...... 2 for 2.0! BOXED STATIONERY Reg. +,.no 2 for 1.01 Large selection. 10 HAIR NETS Big choice ..:,..2for.11 49 TOOTH BRUSHES Klenzo .... 2 for.50 10 ENVELOPES Personal size .... 2 for.11 55 FILM Rex. 120, 127, 620 ..... 2 rolls .50 SWIM POOL SET $1020 Va!ua ......... 5.99 FLASH BULBS, M2, 12's.. 1.14 NYLONS, Seamless .... "...07 AIR MATTRESS, 6-ft. .... 2.49 PICNIC SET, 22-Piece ...... 89 STATIONERY, Boxed ...... 98 WRIST !WATCHES ....... 8.88 FACIAL TISSUES, Rexall 4OO's ............ 3 for.79 QUIK.BANDS, 45's ....... 43 THERMOMETERS, Fever.. 1.09 MINERAL OIL, Pint ....... 49 STEAM & DRY IRON ..... 8.88 SYRINGE, Folding ....... 2.89 TOOTH PASTE, 3-pack ..... 89 i  -- --  Plus Federal Tax On Some Hem: CUBA REXALL Bowling League News From Cuba Lanes (32nd Week) wnn lest MONDAY MENS: Parkmore Service 53 43 Stough's Market 52 44 Libhart Const. 51 45 Stag 49%46% Falstaff 48 48 Smith Plasterers 34%61% Individual high single- Earl Thurman 224 Junior Albert 211 Guy Dunlap 211 Individual high three: Guy Dunlap 567 Marvin Libhart 544 Jack Hamilton 537 t Bob Long 537 TUESDAY WOMENS: Sutter's 58 38 Acme Chevrolet 57 39 Cuba Oil 55 41 Hoener's 54% 4t% Rendzvous 53 43" Stagettes 5045% Brenda's Beauty Box 48 48 Convy Heel 47 49 ' I. G.A. 42%53% Shanklins 42 54 Cuba Shoe 35%60% Rttby's 33 63 Individual high singlec Joanna Bouse 181 Marie Vaill 174 Jo Pingleton 166 Individual high three: Joanna Bouse 478 Marie Vaill 471 D. Kreammalmeyer 441 WEDNESDAY MENS: Uregas 79 45 Budweisers 71 53 Callings 71 53 Union " 70 54 Motor Freight 68 56 Used Cam  57 Bill's Shell Service - 32 92 Indlvtdtml high single.. Rexali ASPIRIN Troy Earls 246 Claude Suey 220 S-gr. leo's, " Z far 60 John Limberg' 213 RIE.9 Ione finer at any price. Individual high three:. Rexall PANOVITE Troy Earls 600 Claude Shuey 588 MU LTI.VITAMINS Ralph Larkin 542 oo,,, 2 for 2.99 THURSDAY WOMENS: Reg. $2.gS All vitamins normally needed, Kehner's Feed 64%31% a SEPT Western Auto-Steelv 60 36 Mi-31 NTI IC Thunderbird Oil " 57 39 MOUTH WASH [Brown Shoe 44 52 Pint, ] Jim's Motors 34%61% e$.09 2 for 90 ]Harris Motor Freight 28 68 Kills contacted germs. I TIIURSDAY NITE MIXED: Could Be's 58 35 DRUG PERRY STAATS R PH. DORIS STAATS R PH. PHONE TU 5-7212 WE GIVE & REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS - Your Extra Savi.nas Roberts-Judson Lbr. 40 56 Coea Cola 40 56 Shanklins 31%64% Individual high single: Guy Dunl.ap 234 Bill Bouse 219 Troy Earls 213 Individual high three: Troy Earls ,.99 Bill Bouse 57 " Jim Barksdale 576 SUNDAY NITE MIXED: Wizards 60 33 Bone Crushers 47%45% Hot Shots 42 51 Alley Cats 37%55% PROCLAMATION The Honorable John M. Dalton, Governor, State of Missouri, Jefferson City, Missouri: WHEREAS. The tourist busi- ness constitutes Missouri's sec- ond largest industry producing, during 1960, an etimated $600,- 000,000. If the money spent by tourists were spread out in a per capita basis, it would mean an income of nearly $150 O0 for every man, woman and child in Missouri. WHEREAS: The State of Mis- souri may lay claim to having more caves than any other state of the Union (there are 1,500 caves in the State of Missouri, 27 of which are approved or public exhi,bition). WHEREAS: Missouri is .the only state of the Union requir- ing a Bureau of Mines safety inspection of its caves. WHEREAS: The caves of Mis- souri constitute a major tourist attraction and income to the State of Missouri and the indi- vidual commurdties in vhicl these caves .are located. W-KEREAS: Other states ol the Union recognize and help to advertise and promote the caves in ,their state. WHEREAS: The commercial tourist Rtractions of this state of Missouri constitute the major facilit and attractions offer- ed tourists visiting Missouri. WHEREAS: The caves of Mis- souri spread many thousands of dollars adverttising the State of Missourl to the United Stes and WKEREAS: Missouri House ill No 240 provides for the re- moval'of a major media of com- mercial tourist attraction adver- tising Within the State of Mis- souri. THEREFORE: The caves of Miss0ttrl, s represented by the Missotttl Cave Association, in first  meeting, held in Spring- on prfl 17, make the fol- t and of those attzcflons Chat are ap- Bureau of Mhes State of Missouri, in films and lit- by the State of Missouri. ,D. rrlat /thb official road map issued by the State of Missouri shall incorporate the names and geographic location of all Missouri caves that shall be approved and qualified by the Bureau of Mines. THIRD: That the State of Missouri shall undertaRe the im- mediate reprinting distribution of an official road map which shall incorporate said eaves and their geogrpahic location. Hoot Owls 57 36 FOURTH: That the Missouri Pin Splitters 51 42 Cave Association does extend to Sputniks 46 47 McDonald County o the State Flub-A-Dubs 37%55% of Missouri its endorsement of Fire BalLs 29%63 approval and sympathy for cur- Individual high single: rent pro,test to the State of Mis-: Art Whitworth 201 souri. Steve Gerencser 185 FIFTH: That operators of Lhe Jule Heitman 185 Missouri Cave Association ]]ere- Individual high three: by, serve notice of their intent Art Whitworth 525 to secede their individual prop- Jule Heitman 502 erties from the Sta!te of Mis- Imogene Weber 400 souri in the event that satisfac- FRIDAY MENS: tion to the above resolution shall Kehner's Feed 62 34 not be forthcoming from the Sealtest 58%37 State of Missouri. Howald s Appllance 57%38% Respectfully submitted by the Sutters 56%39% following members of the MIS- Western Auto-Bourbon 54 52 souri Cave AssSociation on this Howald's Uregas 47 49 seventeenth day of April in the Rendezvous 47 49 year of our Lord, "19{)1 Busch Bavarian 41 55 Lyman G. Riley, President Echo Supply 41 55 Missouri Cave President George J. Marr, Material Cuba, Missouri All material weighed to State Specification See George Marr for the Best Material Screened Meramec Gravel Washed Pacific Sand " Ready-Mixed Concrete I PHON ES: LOCATION TU 5-7431 South of Cuba TU 5-3572 Cemetery t i Now Is The Time To - By Mrs. L A. Evans Flower shows are beginning and will con, tinue throug'n the summer, so am giving some ad- vice on conditioning ilowers for them. Hints for, .conditioning cut flowers for latiffg beauty: Avoid aluminum containers. Never crowd -- handle gently, leaving plenty of space foff each stem . . in following list, quarts, pints, etc, are ctuatite'g of wa- - .r- ter: Achillea: 2T table salt to 2 pints. Alyssum: 1T sugar, 2 quhr-ts. Amaryllis: 2 teaspTon kitch- en amonia, 2 qt. Anemomne: 2 cups vinegar, quarts. Appleblosom. cut in bud, crusla stems, W+]. ' amonia 2 qts. Aquilegia (Columbine): 5 drops oF peppermint - 1 pint Asters: ZT sugar, 1T salt 1 quart. Begonia: 2T salt- 2 {Its. Campanula (Canterbury bells) 2T washing soda - 2 qts. Carnations: cool water up to flower heads; do not submerge blossoms. Chrysanthemums: 10 drop,, oil of clovves - 2 qts. Clematis: 1T table salt, 1 qt Cereopsis: 1 T table salt,  qt*. Cosmos: 1 teaspoon sugar- 1 pint. Dahlias: Burn ends of stems, 5 T of alcohol, 2 qts iced water.. Daisies: all types--8 drops of oil of peppermint, 1 qt. Delphinium. 1T alcohol, 1 pt. Dianthus: cool water up to fower heads; do not submerge blossoms Evergreens: all types 1 T glycerine, 1 qt. Fern: Submerge under water for 12 hours. Forget-Me-Not: Plunge in hot water then cold water, 8 drops alcohol- 1 pint. Gaillardia: 2T table salt 1 pt. Gladiolus: 5T vinegar, "1 pt. Grape Hyacinth: Plunge into hot then cold water, 8 drops alcohol -- 1 pint Hollyhocks: Burn ends of stem, 1 handful rock salt, 2 qts. Iris: 3 drops oil of pepper- mint -- 1 quart. Larkspur: 1T alcohol,  pint. Lathyyrus. Dip in one pint of water containing 3T lye; re- move at once. Lilac: Never pull the-green leaves off near the flower heads --these are water conductbs-.- mash stems and stand in water. Lilies: Easter, "Regal, Han- soni, Henryl, Calla- % cuP l alcohol--] pint. vinegar--2 quarts J Peonies: 3T sugar 1 Lily of the Valley: % cup . , .  " .. vinegar--1 pint. [pzmyyconoon, v o cup wnegar Marigolds: 2T sugar, 1T salt[2 quarts --1 quart. . [ Tritoma: % cup vinegar, lpt arcissus: (all members of Tulips' Roll in wet newsnape this .family) --. all like small lt o keep stems straight; llacei quanuues, oz wazer. Arrange in I cold water up to flower heads. no more man one inch oz waer.i Poinsettias: burn ends ell Violets: Submerge for tWO stems, 1 handful rocksalt, 2 qts Ihurs then in ice water. Poppies: Burn ends of stems, Water lilies and lotus: - 15 1 handful of rock saIt--2 qts. drops alcoholl pint. Roses: all types--2T powder- ed alum, or 2T table salt, 1 qt. Gardenias and cansellias Salvia: 1 of 5 alcohol, 1 pint. eral hours. Snapdragon: 2T salt--2 qts. wet tissue over night. Sweet Peas: Plunge into hot Alethea or Rose of Sharo: water then cold water, 8 drops Submerge in cold water for sew Ham Shoot At Leasburg April 29 -SHELLS FURNISHED- Sponsored by AMERICAN LEGION F OR SALE The Country Parson 4 ROOM COTTAGE, 5 miles from Cuba 20 acres, ',:.' doW payment. Balance like rent. 4 ROOM BUNGALOW in Leas- burg with city water, on- od road P.riced right to sell. VERY NICE MODERN HO1VI on a large lot in Cuba, large shade trees. I can't describe it right; you will have to see it. "The horse was replaced by the tractor because he had to be fed whether he worked br notwhich just could have a moral for us." 5 ROOM HOU,SE, 8 acres, chicken house, garage, Cuba. 4 ROOMS & BATI%, 3 from Cttba, 30 acres. MORE PEOPLE GO HOME THAN ANYWHERE SEE ME FOR YOURS! Ran Shanklin Realty TOWN and COUNTRY S PI-IOTO LISTINGS TU 5-3636 CUBA MO. @ ICE CREAM sealtest-dessert Vz gal. COFFEE allbrands 21bS C&H SU6AII lOIbbag SKINLESS WIENERS 2-Iib pk Fresh Bread 8 Lame Loaves EIGHT VARIETIES 29c TO39c BAG Candy 2 for FLAVOR KIST Graham Crackers 2-1 lb. boxes ,UP NEXT WEEK Cigarettes carton $2 LIPTON'S Chicken Noodle Soup PKG. LIPTON'S Chicken Rice Soup PKG. LIPTON REFUNDS S0c ON TWO PKG. CORNER GROCER CHARLIE HELL CUBA. MI / e: