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LEASBURG FLOWER e. salmon 3. Flowers used in Division f any color not lis[ed A Arrangement Classes, need ..... SHOW and SILVER TEA class'12. Floribunda roses not be grown by exhibitor, but Theme: "Spring Time" Flow- flood aousekee er Show and Silver Tea, Leas- a. 1 spray any color must be arranged by exhibitor. burg School Auditorium, Thurs- Class 13. Climbing rose Foliage will be permitted on day, May 18 1961, Leasburg a. 1 spray, any color up to all arrangement classes and dy- ........ 22 in. ed flowers. i:.._..... Garden Club, -Leasburg, Me Class -14. Peonies  1 bloom 4. Flowers in Division B, spee- ].. DIVISION A each on long sterns imen classes, must be grow_by ' Artistic Arrangements a. red .exhibitor before the sfi0wig; Class 1. Saint Patricks Day. All b. white Containers to be furnished" by :.; green arrangement in a dark c. pink committee. !! green container. Class 15:Lillies--1 long stem 5. House plants, Di;isfon C, ;:.:" Class 2. March Wind--let your (any kind) shall have been in exhibitor's imaginatkm go wild in any Class 16. Poppies--1 long stem possession not less than three type container, a. oriental months Class 3. Easter Arrangement in b. double annuai 6. Ohly one exhibit may be an appropriate container c single perennial entered in any one class. Class 4. April Showersan ar- Class" 17. Pansies 5 blooms 7. The club will not -be re- rangment as you wish. (any kind) sponsible for accidents, break- Class 5. A may basket, acces- Class 18. Daisies 3 stems age or loss should any occur. further assurance of quality, puJ series may be used. a. shasta 8. A tri-color ribbon will be elgas is now backed by the Goe Class 6. An arrangment using a b. painted given to the highest scoring ar- Housekeeping Guaranty Seal. figurine depicting lWoher'J c. any cultivated daisy not tistic exhibit in Senior Division, Day. listed if fresh cut plant material pre- Why ,t'" ryna'ms IUT" Class 7 An arrangemht Using Class 19. Columbine--3 stems dominates. The exhibit may be lVemorial Day theme. (long) (any kind) an arrangement or composition Class 8. An arrangementusing Class 20 Flowering shrub --1 providing the accessory is not insist On a song title stressing color, long branch (any kind) an element of interest in the Class 9. June Graduation. Class 21. Bearded Iris--1 stalk design 'enu'ne00 i 00gi"'elgas Class 10. Old fashion spring (long) 9. An award of merit (orange bouquet in any type contain- a. white, or any white tri- ribbon) will be given to the top er colors sCoring exhibit in the Senior DIVKSION B -- Horticulfure b..blue, or any blue blerd Horticulture Division. When you buy fnel, it is the Class 11. Tea Roses--1 bloom or bi-colors 10. Awardss will be givenonly each c. purple, or purple-'blend if merited. amount of heat you get a. white d. yellow, or any related 11. The Missouri Wildflower from it that really deter- b. pink or rose yellow and bi-colors Resolution must be adhered to. mines its value. That' why c. yellow e. brown, or any brown Any wild flower used in the ex- genuine Skelgas the d. red blend hibit must be accompanied by PUrest LP-Gas you can buy f red or red purpl, e and a statement signed by exhibitor FARHERS! any-red blends that his material was garden gives you the most for g. pink, or any pink blends grown from seed or nursery Your money, h. any color or blend not stock SAVE listed "" SPRINGTIME Skelgas purity is always Class 22. Dutch Iris-- 1 long GENERAL CH.AIRMAN" carefully guarded. But cut- stalk Mrs. Chas. Chapman a. white or white bi-color SCI-DULE & PUBLICITY rate, untested gas may con- b. blue or blue bi-color Mrs. Luther Evans rain impurities that prevent c. yellow, or yellowbi-color STAGING efficient burning. Why risk UP Class 23 Any variety not men- Mrs. Elliott Tewksbury it? See us for genuine , tioned PROPERffLES $kelgas now--every cylin- TO a. small flowers--3 stems Mrs. Harry Flachmeier der is assured full weight, b. large flowers "I" stalk, JUDGE long Mrs. Hugh McWilliams I)ependabl delivery and DIVISION C--House Plants REGISTRATION 30% O0000e*n00an00 at no extra charge. 1 plant each allowed iIrs. Ed Goza a. one single PLACEMENT & PASSING . . . for cooking, b. one double Mrs. Louis lVfueller clothes dn/ing, Our new Blanket Farm Pet- e. one variegated Mrs. John Bryan water heating and sonal Property Policy gives d one bi-color Mrs. Hugh Thomas house heating, you more complete insurance Class "25. Begonia (any kind HOSPITALITY "" protection -- at rate savings up Class  26. Gloxinia Chairman-- M l e0rmle-' ,o 30%! Class 27. Gerafiium (any kind) Mrs Clarence Willis S And you get all this protection Class 28. Philodendron (any Co-Chairman-:-- Appliance IJ ' o,, convenient "package." kind) Mrs. Minnie Haynes Ask us for complete de/ntis, ClaSS, bination29. Plant,.and vine cam- TRI-C CLUB NEWS LEFLER INS. AGCY. Class 3O. Cactus or succulent Cuba, Me.' The Tri-C Club met Jpril 10 5-7331 Steelville, Mo.-SP 5-2800 Cls 31 Any house plant not at the home .of Mls Donald listed Taylor with Mrs. Jae Lheis DIVISION D Class 32. Wedding Table (fur-as co-hostess. Fifteen niembers nish own tables)by invitation and two guests, Mrs. Corbett only. Hamilton and Mrss. Henry, RULES AND REUUI.,ATIONS: Hayes were " 1. The Leasburg Garden Club The : .... invites all : - e it pete in any t 2. All exhibits will be .  ed at the Leasburg School Several cornmitt, rport dltorium from 8.30 a. W" to *- 11:30 a.m. Judging will begin were given. Mrs. Andy mack rrted dr at 11:30 a.m. Show will be open the Sophomore pllgHmge end ao the public from :00 p.m to Legislative Luncheon tt she 8:30 p.m. and all exhibust attended APril 1t, 1961, at Jef- be removed by 9:00 p.m. ferson City. . ,. - It was ann.o.uneed tha the J Spring Convention is to be held ": / May 3, 1961 at theCltristian : I Church in St James:/ The program for the, evenfig was "Time!y Wil on FlOwer Ar- * i  i lrangrnents and as ve well ......... l presented by Mrs. Corbet Ham- . I iron. I Roll call for the evening was: I'Tell somethivig our governmen , I Has done for conservation I Then you can prove to us 00,euuaru your" You are interested ill Our no- Valuables with one of our Safe Deposit Boxes  tion." V'gott00%protectionagaintflre, thoft--yatthetlspennleper, i identifies your i NEWS ABOUT TOWN and Downing children, ud Mrs. 00afeguard your , SPONSORS... Frank White and chilch'en spent Sunday with Mrs. WmdaDown- vacation funds with t C00oro, of Pondl,ton,00o ing at Bourbon Mr and Mrs. American Express Travelers Cheques i firms of prestige in the business and civic life of i were also visiting there. Inclable over.hem, yet o1 _g rm  them. Prompt refund if loot  your community.  Mrs. Ethel White was called ltolen.Cest?Aj)nn]fado._Amedcao.xpresTravetersChequesa(  For information, call  to St. Louis Wednesday by the death of her late husband's bro- thor, James White. She remain- WU 5-3584 ed over for a visit. Peoples Z00a:,!e of Candy Walsh had as Wednesday night guestS, Lucy Keener, Ann Foust, Janet Pfief- 3% Paid on TIME CERTIFICATE for and Lola Ferling. Mrs. Joan Hayes ad sons, :MEMBE R F.D.I.C. CUBA, MO. Mark and Chris, MiSS Diane Gibson and friend, JudY of St. Louis, came out Sunday and took their grandmother, Mrs. Va n Hall to Salem to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. O Redmon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyster visited with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale BakJ er and daughter at Manchester, Me, Sunday. In the afternoon they all visited Mrs. Boyster's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gibson in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs Virgil Chapman and children s1n Sunday after- noon with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crow and son at Bourbon. Mr. and Mrs. Soda Machetto and Mr and Mrs. Eddie Jen- : nings and sons of St. Louis,[ spent the weekend with their] paxents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.J Markley, and all of them on-! joyed a day at the iarm home I STEPHAN INS URANCE AGENCY - 102 Smith - Cuba. Me. o Cecil Markley. / MEETING NOTICES 1st Molay of the month Royal Neighbors - 8 p.m. Chamber of Com. - 12 noon. City Council  7:30 p.m. 1st Tuesday of the month V.F.W. Club - 8 p.m. 1st Wednesday of the month Jayeee-ettes - 1st Thursday of the month Jayeees 7:30 p.m. Blue Star Club - 7:30 p.m. Holy Cross Altar Sac. - 2 p.m. 1st Friday of the month Presbyterian Church Helpen - 2 p.m. 3rid Monday of the month Eastern Star - 8 p.m. Chamber of Com. - 12 noon. Lions Club - 7 p.m. Stud Wednesday of the month American Legion Aux. - 8 p.m. Lutheran Ladies Aid - 2 p.m. Rainbow Assembly - 7:30 p.m. I Thursday of the month American Legion - 8 p.m. Methodist Men's Club - 7:30 p.m. Pride7 If the month Junior Garden Club- 3:30 p.m Home & School Assn. - 8 p.m. d Momday o4[ ae ramada Chamber of Com. - 12 noon. CRy Counell- 7:30 p.m. Wm C't Club - 7 p.m. &rd Tursday of the mml Jayes - 7:30 p.m. Cuba Fair Board - 8 ).m. Home ge Club - 8 p.m. Eastern Star - 8 p.m. Chamber of Com. - 12 noo. Lions Club - 7:30 p.m. th Wednes4ay of the mu Rainbow Assembly - 7:30 p.m. Amer. Bad Cross - 8 p.m. Tmiay ef the montk Rtvereahade Club ........ Om Gerde Club - 1:45 p.m BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF MAY 1, 1961 Monday May 1-- Gormley's Store; Cuba School; Wesco Post Office; Benton Creek, Wayne Ness; Carr, Earl Benton; Cook Station School Cook Station Post Office. Tuesday, May 2 -- Bourbon School; Leasburg School; Bail- ey, Mrs. Enloe; Three-Mile, Mrs. Store; Jake's THE CUBA FREE PRESS Thursday, April 27, IN MEMORIAM - In loving memory of our hus- band and father, who departed from this life May 1, 1960. "Your memory is as fresh as ever, And we who are left on earth Will prepare ourselves to meet you. '') Sadly missed by family and frie,ncs, ,anly, brothers emd sisters. Mr. and Mrs. David Glaese and Todd Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Glaese and children Cuba, Missouri 1951 Paul and John Glaese Ivy M Glaese Eva M. Hildreth 2000 Off on all of the better PERMANENTS For The Next 30 Days CUBA CURL SHOPPE Phone Today TU 5-7222 BUSINESS Opportunity WE ARE OFFERING FOR SALE Morelands DO-Nut Kitchen A Strong Going Btudmms With A Good Future For An Ambltio Pe/n or Family. COMPLETFY EQU-IPED  16 VARIETIES ROOM FOR ENLA.RCv3t/,N]T AND DIVFSIFICATION FOR DETAILS -- Enquire at Shop, Cuba, Mo. A Monument FO AN d NEED Cuba Marble and Granite Works JAMES I. D ODD Prop. Phone TU 5-3533 Cuba, Missouri Septic Tank Troubles? Save Big Money ON CLEANING YOUR TANK. RENT A YOURSELF MOBILE TANK CLEANING FROM ACME CHEVROLET! For details call TU 5-7451 DO-IT- UNIT Public Sale Land Section Lt 'No hunting or tres ra Souders Farm sottth of dde Raft Farm. 7-7-4a.. CHILDREN'S CAMP ioated oft ]wy IF am/ t/ Springfield  neer ][ram Ridge 612 Park St., Cuba, 'Starting at 10 A. M. Sideboard SeveiM roasters Table and chairs Lots f dishes Extra chairs Other cookware items Rockers Some clothing Desk Table cloth Battery radio Sack material Kitchen cabinet Lots of tools Wash stand Carpenter, etc. Coffee table %" to l" stock and dies Wood heater Pipe vise Iron cot Lot of garden tools Clocks Barrels Numerous antiques Lumber Sets of silverware Wire Pots and pans Dutch oven Other items too numerous to Cold pack canners mention (Not responsible for accidents should any occur) W. E. MARTIN, Auctioneer TERMS-CASH No-huntJ.ng or trespassg on J0hn Burrows-0wner my farm. Mrs. A. C. Jolley. 28-40 ,, ,, , Shanklin Funeral Home Oxygen Equipped - 24 Hour Ambulance Service AIR CONDITIONED PE. TU 5-3355 CUBA, MISSOURI PAUL A. SHANKLIN GENEVIEVE E. SHANKLIN ALL MAKES OIF 'IV AND RADIOS REPAIRED BY FAC TORY TRAINI MAN. NOW AT CUBA FE FORB rCALL US OR BING I SrJ FOR EXPERT REPAIR. 1 Call TU 5-3514 or SIP 5.:t58 REGISTERED SURVEYOR FORESTER and CONSU LTI NG - 20 years experience -- G. DAVID BAUCH gt. I CUBA, MO. Bex 37A FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Li, Auto, Fire, Liability, Crop, Hail, Blue Crs BILL ALEXANDER Cuba, Mo. Cuba TU 5-7785 Steelville SP 5-7355 CUBA BUILDER LEROY LASHLEE Painter and Drywall All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates CUBA, MO. Phone TU 5-7633 FOR BETTER GLASSES DR. FIRST, O.D. Cuba Hotel -Tue., Wed., Thu, Fri. Nights by appointment only Porto. Office - Steelville, Mo, Open WED. THRU SAT, Hearing aids that satisfy JOHN SLATON NOTARY PUBLIC NEW - REMODELING OFFICE HOURS, 8 to 5 p,m, NOTHING TOO SMALL NO OTHER TIME H. J. BLEVINS - R2. CUBA EWRYDAY - nelumng Sunday and Holidays PHONE TU 5-7588 SLATON CITY L \