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September 28, 1961     Cuba Free Press
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The Cuba Free Press , Sound, Signifying ' Founded July $1, 1960 at Cuba, Missouri WORKIIG-FOR CUBA AND SURRUN'ING AREA The Civil War Centennial IB uo xaesao^luue ti tlto-q Fmtered  second-class matter at the post office at Cuba, Mo. becoming a strawberry festival tiptoe. Published weekly, each Thursday, at Cuba, Missouri From no less a authority "If we do that, the Civil War SUBCRIPT|ONS ....... $2.00 in Mtsouri; $2.50 Elsewhere than Bruce Caftan, mgber of was a needless catastrophe, now !the Civil War Centefinial-and 100 years remote, full of sound Percy Pascoe, Jr., Publisher and Editor noted author of Civil War his- and fury, signifying nothing." tories, comes tT knuckle- Rose Smith, Ass't Editor and rapping statement. C trculatton /Vnager  "Whateon,emorattngdO we,, .thinkCatton we'reasK. --ai.4 C''" I I,'rl,-- ................ [ Thursday, September 28, 1961 TIlE GREAT DICTATOR 1 Civil War started a process Welcome Wagca International, rm SUNNY SIDE Mr. and  U.S. Hamlln end Mrs. John rabtree attend- ed The BroonllIgh Family Re- union whidwas held at the Washington County State PLrk meat Richwood, Mo. They en- joyed meeting the relatives noon Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Star- vo they haven't seen for some- ling and daughter, Ann of Fort time. , Worth, Ttxas Vis|ted with is Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carisle and grandparents and the rest. children were in -Rolla Sat- They were in their way to Flo- urday aernom, rtssant, Mo., f-visit-his father Mr. Geo. Jarvis and Geo. H. L. -Staring  is slowly fer hell Santa Hmlln improving from recent surgery.  p y . Visitors in tim Stetver home  .........  _ Friday were M%. ehe  Hamlin, " Friday afternoon and Mr. nd! F OR SALE Mrs. Alice Byrd and the Eiliston brothers were enter- taining company Sunday. The predicted showers arrived  Sunday bringing electrical storms, rai n ad cooYer temp- eratures. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Steuber' [ NEWS ABOUT TOWN Mr and Mrs Ray Ratliff and, daughter Sharon and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Berra all of St. Louis visited their i)are and grand- parents, Mr. nd IVrs. W. H. Rafliff Sund.ay. rn-the after- entertained 4,0 barbeque dinner,RICHARDSON Sunday $or Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carlisle, Vicky and Terry and I MOBILE HOMES Mr. and Mrs. L.A Evans of Finest name in traller See our complete display at RAY HALL'S PERMA - COURT Just off Highway 19 Cuba, Me. Trade your home. Trade in your furniture. Trade your old trailer. Easy erms. Mny months to pay. We will help Cuba, i honor of Mrs, Car- ]ie's birthday. Mr..and Mrs. L. Summers and Mrs. A. Stuckie of SuRivan visited the Steubers Saturday aternoon. NEWS ABOUT TOWN Mrs. Gus Pinnell of Helen, Mont., has been here two weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah White and sister, Mrs. Gcorgia Chapman. Mr. Pinnell expects l yu dispose of your problems o be here .in a few days and after a visit they will bith re- rn to Helena. Mrs. Carol Breslich and dau- ghters/ Dianna ancT Kimberly Lrrlved by TWA ] Monday evening .from New "if'ark to be wLth her larents, ]Ir. and MrS. to make living in a trailer easier. Low, low bank rates. See These Traitors Displayed at RAY HALL'S PERMA - COURT Just off Highway 19 R. J. Henry while her husband, Cuba, Mo. SP14 Lowell D. Breslieh is ...... ,, un azspiay every evening unu 'M.'and Mrs. Tom Gruen- 8 P. M. Sunday 9 A.M. to 8 P.M Jnger and children of Columbia, Ill., visited Sunday with Mr. SUBCRIBE TO Lnd Mrs. Sol Hanes.  TIlE CUBA FREE PRESS DANCING ing of the first prisoner of war, war, or New York's draft riots, or Sheman's maroh .to the sea? Rather the Centennial i should remind us that the I wh/eh is still incomplete." Inc. And carton, writing in the September 22, 1961 American Heritage of which he Mrs. Rose Wiggins is senior editor, poses another Assistant Editor question. Cuba Free Press .... "MLst the Centennial create Cuba, Missouri OUt of borrowed costumes, old Dear M/. Wiggins time music, and a plentiful use May we offer mr belated con- of blank cartridges, a musical gratulations to you o aving comedy whioh implies that the honor of having your name 600,000 deaths caused hy the listed in the Who's Who af Ci,v/' War had no real meardng! American Women. We are very 'is kind of syruph sen-proud that-one of our fine timent suggests that America's Sponsors has .elved this !most profound experience was great honor, and friends, Mr. nd Mrs. Gary i simply a vastly entertaining Yours sincerely, Clements all of Beiton, Mo., misunder.,, Welcome Wgon International Mr. and Mrs. lddie Hertlein carton says the war "cre- F.E. Webster of Brentwood and Mr. Melvin ate/] one nation, destined Director of Sales Warnhoff of St. Louis were for world leadership, with [ week end visitors with Mr and the undying responsibility, t "Pltstie surgery as adduced Mrs Ed Hertlein. of preserving freedom for to the stage where they can do I all." almost anything with a nose ex- I cept keep it out'o other "A headline reports hru- "We are a grown-up people people's business.%--  Gerald K. shchev's troubles are, gr0wing. by now, or a.t least we think we Young, Blakesburg (la.) Excels- There's a grow" stock we'll are, and we do not need to go ior. bu,y."---John C. Porter, Rex- .burg (Ida.) Sstandard. I II I mill "IMIII ..... 11.' ......... AT SUNSET INN 5 MILES SOUTH OF OWENSVILLE STATE ROUTE EE AND BEM ROAD FRIDAY, SEPT. 29 MUSIC BY CHARLIE'VIESsMAN and HIS CUBAN BOYS 9:00 P. M. ADMISSION 75c   e "r "    g   e  a  Regular Price ?!;,!,,! ......... :!'.;"T?,""'y2,:,:"::::*"?7"""?".:'."::'7:':T.:"::: :'.: :, .:; ::L 7':: 77.: :' :7/Z: 22; :':: i:::::';'/:: i .::::r :.,.. y: ........... : NORTH 19 NEWS IMMUNIZATION , Nothing ?i, Betty Jean .eyer celebrated' CLINIC IN CUBA I Yhe 0ld .her ,seventh birthBay Sept. 20, Immunization. Clinic will be, s' --  with a party and Grana held at Cuba School at 9:30 a.m., ., c.:9,(= ,1 ". ; / -- noton'Oct 3rd Oct l St Oct. 31st ..... Bush calling in the azer ' - q. and Grandma and Grhndpa and Nov. 14th. Presehool child- Heyer, Aunt Ruthie and uncle ren may attend this clinic, i  x_  :, \\; "\\;7(;/ , Edwi n in the evening. They __._ ..-Z-' .-- -:' ; all enjoyed tffe birthday cake "Maybe the reason we'v got ,--x-(Lz and ice cream, so much mediocre TV is because " of us "Folks used to make their Mrs. Maggie Gardner visited there are so many with her neice and mily, Mr. mediocre ones sitting in the own clothes on spinnin,. and Mrs. Lester Licklider a few 'living room watohing it."  wheels---now they lose their days last week Richard Mtyer. Jr., North shirts on them." i Mr. and Mrs. G. E Dickens Veron (Ind.) Sun. and family Paul and his family CONCRETE BL-dCKS- a,ttended--e Dickens reunion YARD PRICES last Sunday t Meramec 8" Springs. 8" x x 16" EACH .22 Week end guests at the Louis ,, ,, Tucker home were Mr. and Mrs ,X x 116" ' EACH .18 Mike Ronth of Omaha, Nebr, X 8"X EACH .14 ' Mr:and Mrs Melvin Hull and PATIO BLOCKS children of Fergson, Mo., and 21/4" X 8" X 16" PLAIN EACH .15 Mr. and Mrs. Homer i'uker Z1/4,, X 8" x 16" IN COLOR EACH .20 of st. Louis. I SPLIT BLOCK IN COLOR EACH .13Vz I DECORATIVE BLOCKS i NEWS ABOUT TOWN SOLAR BLOCKS EACH .25 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ice, Mrs. M anal M Concrete Products Carl Gt/nter, Mrs. W/n Glaese and SOn and Mrs. Eva Hildreth visited Mrs. Ivy Gl, aese last PHONE TU 5-7648 CUBA, MO Tlmrday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hilgers A Monument J Cuba Marble and Granite Works JAMES I. DODD, Prop. Phone TU 5-3533 Cuba, Missouri III III I EVERYONE IS SHOPPING AND SAVING AT SULLIVAN BARGAIN STORE - OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS ON SALE - YOU CAN SAVE ON HARDWARE-YHOUSEWARES--PAINT-,EIqS-7-WO/ENS-CLOTHINGDURING OUR ! i i Is Now In Progress! 4(i 8A.M. TIL 8 P.M. FRIDAY and SATURDAY 0?[N ALL tDAY SUNDAY Boys Jeans $ 2 '00ii '  Size i  ,,V 4 to '  16 years m  1::2 L,n0neum S3: ! Values to . g i :$: O I,, ll . Dlg 1 Reg.$2.59  Q_ 29 .:.:i: ,, b.  m==m .,. ; M II  Ladies 11 t r ,, I Ladies Full __...,-- ..   Virro-Matic _ Length - Flannel UUWHS !)n t IPressure Pan $7.8800 I Latex Paint $388, .   Ever Storm I00i*e 3for I Warm Window ,*,to : Flat Wall , SAVE 1Oii - .. "O- 30 % AN D MORE SHOP NOW SULLIIV N STORE '{Hwy.East155SpringfieldEast, 4 Fall Sale ,a!::},?:::a-. t-PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE WITH TABLE AND LAMP .... $99.95 , I ='--iii.ii ...... .:: :  i g !i i ii!. : ::- .... 3-PC. BEDROOM SUITE BOOKCASE BED DRES- SER. CHEST. 1 PAIR BOUDIOR LAMP $79.95 :: .: "* ! "": ; i i: iiii::i:: .... i :i:!!!i: 5-PC. BREAKFAST SET. BEAUTIFUL .... $49.95 Exclusive, Pat a:  Features Make WOOD HEATERS THE MOST MODEkN EVER DEVELOPF" Starting at as low as 49.95 G. E. REFRIGERATORS; FREEZERS, Chest and Upright. GAS RANGES; ELECTRI( RANGES. AUTOMATIC and DRYERS. RADIOS and "IV'S: G. E., SYLVANIA. Trade-In on all A 9x12 LINOLEUM $4.95 BIRD'S VINYL LINOLEUM 12 FT.% IDE ANY LENGT . 98c SO. 9x12 - 12x12 and VINYL RUGS YOUR TRADE-IN MAY B YOUR DOWN PAYMENT Buy in your locality you get guaranteed service genuine parts. Know the you buy and also the firm you buying from as your runs anywhere from one year five years. Buying without service and good cry isn't wise buying. Phone - TU 5-3514 Frank Shaw Cuba Furniture Store Ct by Tt Mul