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NORTH 19 NEWS I. 8 '. P, shee " 1VL Nieo_z aId boys)alled on the Ll, az-ece W affson's "'a - Me ISunday terrn. maae a tp o rew r ve, .i =eriSt Lous, he has a jObJWeMt  iS?=e:YeBahla:ft Paul . James, Dean ad Lucille Dick- ens were a Meramec SprJaxgs, o a Churoh sePaL. Mr. Tom lasme and son, El- wood were visiting in Pae.fc, Suaaday Lttle J,immie Iee M ....... r s n,tweek with her sister and fron- ts ot mKtiaer S pe I ....... . '.. ." i ity, ivn. As rteyer, Jr. ,,Eo past ewe weems wtm aer son] _a .nA.=. Sol, Jr. and famiriy [ Mr. ad Mrs. Leonard IAek-] Mrs. G. C. Dickens atended ,lider from Kansas ORy were la Tupperwae lay Friday e- Tuesdwy visirs a,t *he Sol Lick- vea3rg at the mme of her son passed ,away with a hear a-I Sack. Mrs. Wssman, Germ & Judy gteded ,flie flxnerl La Belle, Me. on Wednesday. Mr.and Mrs. P. W. IViri*llsap of Clwy City. ILl, ,aLso thded ,le funeral. amil tended a birthday par- ,W an wrierer roast Sunday e- vexing honoring  niece Joan W,are. HERE AND THERE Mr. and Ms. Jessie Morgn as ,the otdor vacation season THE CUBA FREE PRESS Cuba, Missouri he" Thursday, June 2-9, 1961 Te m0 popular summer . o_ . nrre i.mmi.n ,n, tLna Ibo,t down to a sine numoer tize motor is sa2e for your tmmt. aceourt for the majaty of te Don t ave load. ---mn nrofrablv in 6,500 ,nn.a] aro.wn. ngs, .w. I--Don't overpower your boat. [erized .area wlmre the waersup- :nrwen, namai mreetor oq ea Your dealer can tell you what t ply is oegtied te. . nouncing ': :ii! ,:.: the ,.Smart brides always choose our/amou '2 Flower WeAAin00 Line .: lnvitaLions Featuring 5 new scripts. OIIINTINI tIMIf aad" 9"]&'J. lrt.6ur : .,'oJrie. X layne from St. Louis is spend- Several from here a.ended (Jen.aie Spurgeon) were mar- Cross Safety Services, said. _:_.__ ing a week with his grandpar- the Ltheran Piemie et Mea- aed 56 years Jme 25. NO cel- rts. mc Springs Eae pst Sunday. brtc ws haaned most of To prevert hem and other ...... --==.:_=: . -.s Mrs. Edh Chri,sfe enter- Mrs. Erna Mueller, nurse for heir ,etHdren vi,ted hem on aeeiderrts, tr advocated these ained er club from St Lou Baptist Isptal nd vi, ll have ffer's Day. precattior,s: at ,the he of her sister, M_vs. surgery Wednesday, June 28. Mr. and Mrs. VtBm :I-ILm- Louis Tucker Sturdy wh a I Mrs. Dexter McCAure of St. drieksan, Mrs Nora Woemmel --Never swim alone At beaches, bar-be-cue dinner. There vreeJLous visited her parents, Mr. M,arn oad Ben Ellis Itrkal TAut' stay near a l&feguaxd. 8 members nd 8 guests pre-'and Mrs Ix)ring Mueller last " ... ,  a stpper wth Mr. I Mrs ...... ::. ....... serrt /week Leo LaCroix I ...... ,h, , --Stay ou.. of the water when ,_ : ,. / ,_^ . ..................... I overheated, for n hour fte I I [UIAttt:: UI/JU,y tltU. .41 VII[L4.1 (J2 [,tl - . --   , . l ...... ev for ...... eamng, an ]urmg eieotne. .'llIl lritm I I I IP /IklPt  "rlt i k i i "'v klCWf J-v .v u-ru.>. I rl'n " Lr./.DUI%.I L.IIr /lil/! ,'l  Mr nd Mrs Sam  &] st0 S. :i/i!:::: ............ .Tle V, aeaion Bibles Sex t ns had Sunday diamer :g{ J(m --Stay away from the area :] r ' Mrs Be00e aerator-00i00 wo00l a00e00oon Mr.],m,0000.toly in 00ro= of the di'" d her dauglter .ad family, program oHowizg w nekl un nd Mrs. Wilbur Pru, Mr. & ]ring bard  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dardels of day evening mad a xiee crowd Mrs. Melvin BInson and f,am-I i St. Arms, Mo. on a 2 weeks was preset. W are glmtefu ffo Lly, Mr. & Mrs. George Brand- --Don't depend on a ube or i tour .and visi *hrn tte Souh- ghose who .helped. horst oiled e. In,te ,toy ,o horn you up.  ern Sttes. They wen ,thru 11 Stuoil M2nster Mng Km Farmers ae busy making hkV n't di ..... r  -':':): - " " :  ates and vistie,d relatives in has been sa54rg wLfih R. F. Stub- exc2m, they exchange warkl--). . _v m srauow wae Kerttmky and Noi Carolina. blefield. Mr. Larry Sarford &Ite get help. or m unknown wers. " .: opping in DasIm Beach, Fla. Mr. lim .isi,ed several fi].ies Mrs. FLora Sanders and Mr. Watch yur step. W,alk, don't 3n entire kitchen from a single source.. There they m Alvin King & in the nerghborhood, and Mrs. Ben Souders visdd rn, m'ound pool, axea. family ,and had ,a wonderful Mrs. A. C. Hoele returned Friday termo a,t Iarrs Sou- WESTINGHOUSE ti,me, deep a i,sing, boaing, home from the haspi,t Last ders. ---,tay o.u of deep wate if you arid swimming. While Mrsu West Sanay aid She is showhlg 'am- Mrs. IAHian Sorrell nd Mrs ema t swim. Cabinets. Beautiful new Heirloom Maple Wood Cabhaets. was gone rampa Lea vsRed provemeIt MAss Elhel lrmell Oa Brans(m sted Mxs. Hen- --Beware of surbun, eve on lis ciauhters, Mrs. Nhle Brown .is ,MSO ,ut lmme ,ad impS. ry Ruffner Fr 'dy. ,a cLOudy 5ay Major Appliances in both built-in and freesrending models. A cam- and Gadys Wall,s of Seelvflle. The Leasburg Fire Dept. yeas cMled otrt twice S 'tmd to grass fire near he Ed McWil-] :l,an ]ome on he Frseo aeks. ] Mrs. Maude Brewer was eall-I ,ed ,to St Louis as her sma Jim i Mze is qu$te ill in the hospiSal. Word , he is getting better lowly. M.s ElSe FlitzgerLd ook YIrs. Byrde AetHer, Mrs. Rtxh Me and more brides are finding they can have the luxury they love and still keep on the sunny side of their , bridal budget with exquisite Regescy stationery. It fea- ,tur Heliograving*-an amazingly rich, raised lettering with all the good taste and distinction of the finest crafts- manship--yet costs so little. Do see our exciting selection of contemporary and traditional type, perfect for eoul *leliotlravin--rm tt be cnlu W'tth errevh', j,ut 14 Bbeent. The ba Free Press ,o otlvod e earl Monday that a EALTEST Carson .and Mrs. Alice Barry to the pirmckle  t Bourbon Friday p.m. A large erowd - ,tded. Mr. and Mrs. Bill t3rown, Jr. ,and &mfly of St. Louis Co. visited h.eir gvan4perts _e Ed Wnights ow:r he wkend. hey lft Bi,llie-Bob for a week- ,tok Susan home. Susaa has ed)errt 2 weeks visi$ir 'Gvn-  td Gramps nd Auut Bu- die." Mr.  'Mrs. Joe Disbar & fm.iy af. DeR Mieh are vie- her mother, Mrs. Hle Lmad mad other relatives. Mr. and M_vs. Thos. FaIar and smm of St. /Urns, 1. spe Sunday  She Fzgeld fam- ily. rlVae L. H. Wrmn family went co trkwo0d Sunday o t- tend a femfly retmtoa on his 's side f  am,iy. There were 198 present with THE BEg'l" FOODS AT THE LOWEST PRICES I 1/2 GAL. 69c QUART SIZE Box of 24 39c PURE ICE CREAM TEA BAGS Skinless Weiners 2-1 lb. pkgs. 79c KREYS BY THE PIECE BRAUNSCHWEIGER Lb. 39c Fresh Bread 8 Large 98c Loaves CAND H SUGAR Mr. Willam Aekeran has an njured foot ,and wll be laSd up for hile, we are sorlsr to re- port. lr. arid Mrs. Bob Jakson & children spet ,the weekend wih heir folks. ,the rFed Sgrotk- kamp anily. Mss Wala Vill,ams has been vlsi.ting her sister and alny, 1Vr. rd Mrs. Cornell Woods in Salem the past week. Mr. Paul Meev of CMeago spent t2m weekend at home on his farm. Mr. ad Mrs. Lam'y SmfmM .SuRdy  in St. Lotis vis- ,ting reves. Mr. and Nrs. Roy lausley one erteai,ng re]=tives from Mur- physboro, I 'lrmis. Mr. aaad Mrs. Robt. Roberts visited R. F. Stubblefield hast hO)nay Ma's loberson's mata-k IVlrs. Lay was Vely ill a tha ime. VAN CAMP TOP NOTCHERS 4-H Te Tap-Naers 4I CA met ,at le Preymr June. 26, 1961. ,oI ca was mr. ee by each memhev teIlh ,his vorte dvel$ing. Carol FLeerm led e elb he 4-H pledge ,awd  Vail1 led *he p]Ldge ,to e American Flag. Proje were disetmsed most of the nmbers  he be- ,RevVed he oukl get ,1 of 12s prje frmded hy Ahve-  Da.v. ., deekod th e club would buy hs. Beree Smith A 1 tn  for he work h the given . A disc ,as held m the wrenches the club is selng. The meetirg was clje arm artier games, led by Donna VU, were plashed, we visited Daxy Queen 2oi, a'fres Oan Stevcarts isited his mother Mrs. IViaie Stewar at Rolia Saurdty affexnoam Mrs.'lLoa Souder$ sarat Sa. te wi Miss Crerha Licldider. They spert Sunday t Linn wth Mr. nd Mrs. Tony Spurgeon. I heped haul ffe tlray n.. 10 Lb. Bag 98c, 1Vr .ndMrs. Al,be I-Iaml Iand family aA Mr and. Mrs. [1Vein BImt a,n fy of I Bourbon visited Mrs. "Virginia I Fife ,and Viekie ld Mr. ad [Mrs. U. S. Id_mflin Friday e- 3 Reg Cans 49c[vo=. Mr. Gev. Jarvis and Gee. Schaeffer :helped .1V. Sav2ta TUNA SUMMER SAFETY TIPS WASHINGTON, D.C., .-as' 27 "Life preservers" for the rain- Hi C. Orange Drink 3-46 oz. Cans FAB Special --Dry off adter sw.muning. Cover up if it's chilly. In ocean d iver myimming watch for riptides and curreAs. Lifeguar4s will tl you how to sv.e yourself if you are caught. --In Long-distanve vnnmang, airaye vim parllel ,to ,the and ith a com.paLort or a boa. ---Stay away Cram piers md ions of Amer, ieaus who wll take pilings. to he wtea- and he woods this Alcohol '2nd Svrirtrlm don% mix. mamar were commended ,to-St out of ,the water f you dkay by the American Red lave been imhidng. Fence your swimming pool for the protection of aal1 children. ---Separate deep and hal,Low w, er in your pool by a buoyed"l[rm. --Keep handy  rem equip- rae as ing buoys ,ad reaoMng poles, as wel2 s a first id kit. 'Mr. C{antweH advrised bot owne, rs o: plete range of styles, sizes and colors for every lin and lama- dry. -' "=- If yOU are building or remodeling. See us for a free estimate e a Westinghouse Kitchen. Your choice of counter tops. It will not cut, staLn, crack, ehlp of gouge in normal usage.Your choice of 78 handsome colors and patterns. You can be SURE...if it's Westinghouse " PHILANO ENTERPRISES "ru00 Kia Bldg " .......... Hwy. 19 North ..... '' Cul, Missouri UPTOWN THEATRE ROLLA, MISSOURI THURS. FRI. & SAT. JUNE 29 - JULY I , 'The Young Savages' Burr Lancaster & Shelley Winters SUN. MeN. TUES JULY 2-4 Sunday oantirmus from 1 p.m. 'Gidget Goes Hawaiia# Jame Darren & Deborah Walley WED. THRU SAT. JULY 5-S --Keep me passengers in ymtr _Z-=-_--=-=C Air ondlti0nlni-t'n txlrl-t0t allan that sres you iinlletlp ttml)ntture tontroL Try it. ": YOU'LL FIND JUST THE CAR YOU00E GOT IN MIND " "The Fabulous Worm of -. " AT YOUR CHEVY D t00%LER'S Jules Verne' . i  ,,i Ion Tack & Francis Sherr . S'' ,,u. ONE STOP SHOPPING CENTER 'Bimbo The Grit  . glaus Holm & Genmallne ....... _ , , RITZ THEATRE ROLL&, MISSOURI ments. I FRI & SAT. JUNE 30-JULY | Saturday eontinons from 1 p,m. SUNNY SIDE 'Rock Pretty Baby' M, Vga Fe  dau- Sal Mince & Luaus Patten gter Vky ife of Seiina Cal. Plus ,arzid Wed by pane for aza, 'Snowfire' exended v.isit  her laztmt Mr. mad Ms. U. S.  and Don Megowan & other ves. Her &aer Sen- Molly McGowan ta tamln ,aui brother, Albe SUN. MeN. & TUES Kaml met he at  airpm JULY 2-4 hursda evening Ms. Met- Sunday continuous from 1 p.m. gare Roers and ixaher Du- "The Tin Star' by Fife   F.i & Vieke ,al ,the U. S. Hamls. Henry Fonda & ']''/ Mrs. W]er PAcler and  Anthony Perkins Sue and Beth were also visl- Plus Curs Thursdah, everdng. "The Incredible Shrinking Ed Oarlisle ,reeeved a back i- Man e jury wtlile at m'k last Monday morn-g. He was bLe 0o rettmu Grant Williams & to work as Shis @ifig. Randy Stuart M. VirginSa Fife and Vick- e vsie,d her sister, Mm. Wl- WED. & THURS. JULY 5-6 er lichter and mil,y over e 'The Wind Cannot Read' weekend. Mr. ad Mrs. U. S. Dlrk Borgarde & Yoke Tani Ianlin joined hem for 6m- Plus her 'Mad Dog Coil' Mr Oscar Eika baed ,. I hay for Geo. Seu Friday John Chandler &" [aternon. Mr. Ed W, inldeman, I C. SchuLe and Mswn K4_hens t Iaml,in put up ay Mond. aa J Mrs. Bele HamHn called on lklMrs. Gee. Steuber one affer-   I,n:oon tast week I Mr& Gee. Seuber rededved /word Frriday tra er grand- /'daugater Wan,da Carl,iSle of Day- *an, Ohio was seriously iU of 4 Reg. Pkg. 98cl lneuoria  Lin ,the hospiral ttnder oxygen. Mrs. Anrm Keelt was host, CORNER GROCERY ess o the Stmskine Oircle Club Wednesday ,a good atendance reported and three visitors pre,- sert. After the business meethag Secret Ial gits were distrtbu- ,ted and :a de,lcious lunch was tServed and prepared by Mrs. Kneeht's dagkterdn-law. Next meeti,ng ,to be .t Mrs. Own I.amgstre's. Mr. nd Mrs. Ed Carlisle and 00I00RLIE HEll OUBA' MISSOURI Kay Doubleday R011a URIYE_IN ROLLA, MISSOURI SHOW STARTS AT DUSK FRL & SAT. JUNE 30-JULY ] 'China Doll' Victor Mature & Ward Bond Pus 'The Gunfight at Dodge City' Joel McCrea & Julie Adams SUN. - MeN. JULY 2-3 'Kiss Them For Me' Cary Grant & Jayne Mansfield TUES. JULY 4 Dollar a carload 'Escort West' Victor Mature & Elaine Stewart WED. & THURS. JULY 5-6 "Island in the Sun' I James Mason &' 1607 Joan Fontaine # I Thirty-onemodels to pick and choose from! Jet-smooth Chevrolets, fleet-footed Corvairs, the one-of-its-kind Corvette--just name your pleasure. Then stop in for a pleasant visit with your Chevrolet dealer. For full-sized fun, take a look at Chevy's budget-lovin' Biscaynes, ever-popular Bel Aim and always-elegant Impalas. (A tip for top-downers: The Impala Cori,ertibI6 is'the likeliest, love- liest ever.) For king-sized wagon fans there are six happy : aling, J$$ vacation-minded Chevrolet wagons And, for a tbrifta.treat, don't miss the nifty selection of easy-handling Corvairs--sedans, coupes, Monzas, and Lakewood and Greenbrier wagons. Take your pick--the easy way. Just one stop at your Chevrolet dealer's does it. ............................................................................................................................................... :--! ! | New Chevrolet IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .... i One of five delightful Impala models with just about everything anyone could want in a car. Here's top-of-the-line luxury--at a sensible Chevy price, i ....oo. ooo., o** ,..,, .oo. ,oo .. ,o, . .. ., o, .,  ,.., o, 0 ,.o ,. oo,..., 0. o. . o o, ..,*.**e . g t ' ! t % t New Chevrolet BEL AIR 2-DOOR SEDAN i Like all Chevrolets, this family favorite brings you Body by Fisher crafts- l manship . . . and it's priced just above the thriftiest full-sized Chevrolets, J i CHEVY S traditionally high resale means' , -" it costs less in the long run i Because these people-pleasing Chevies keep on bringing more trade-in money, | it's almost like having your cake and eating it, too. One more reason for going | Jet-smooth Chevrolet. Happy motoring. And many happy returns! | tBased on prices in the National Automobile Dealers Association official USED CAR GUID, recent-model Chevro|ets are now bringing a higher percentage of their original price than any other full-sized car in their field. [ ACME CHEVROLET 0.-IN. EAST WASHINGTON CUBA TU 5-745;[ 'i