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DEMOCRATS MEET IN MYERS REUNION LEASBURG HALL AT BILLINGS HOME The family of thee late Robert At the las regular Democratic E. and Ida Myers held their Club meeting held at the Leas- annual family reunion at "the burg Legfon Hall, it was de-lovely new ,home of Mr. and cided to hold a Turkey Shoot Mrs. J. L. Billings in Cuba o n November 18, 1961. Sept. 17. I It was a perfect day and The probable location will be everyone -*eally enjoyed the at the junction of Westbound delicious meal at noon which 66 & 19. Full and complete was sprea-6n a large table set dbtails are to be announced for the oassion in the" newly ,later in an adv. finished garage at the Billings home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mead- We welcomed 2 guests, Sam ows were hosts to+-e group McWhorter and" Mr. Howard THREE MILE NEWS ABOUT TOWN ! Mr. and ,Mrs. Wilbur lorti- We have not seen any frost Meyer visited over the week yet on Rhree Mile bu he ,lst end with their dhdghter and few mornings have sure been family, Mr. and Mrs. . L. chilly. Shaekelford and f.amlly ,at Law- The Bethel Baptist Church is son, Mo., and with his sister starting a revival Monday niht and brother-in-law, Mr. and Oct. 2, at 7:30. lt will run Mrs. Roy New +'meron, through Oct. 8. Brother Kitchen Mo. will be the speaker assfsfed by" Mr. and Mrs. A. E Voigt and the Pastor, Bra,her Ralph children of. Alm-eda, Calif., Morris We invi "w everyone to .arrived last week to make=their come "  . home in Cuba. Mr. Vo h.as Mrs. Sylvia Edwards, the received his discharge train the mother of Jame Edwards has Navy. been very poorly ''nd is at the Mr. and Mrs. John Soffray home of .another son Lloyd Ed- went to Farmington, Mo., Sun- in floe absence of ti. and M. Ray Ponte who were away on the occasion of the birth of a grandchild in Kansas City. Mr. Ponte is the committee- which we never tire. man of Liberty township. ! Reports were given on the progress of assuring active Democrats comEmitteemen and committeeworn in all town- skips. A letter from-State Rep. Gone Sally of Rolla was read and commented upofi by the members present. It was ($ecid- ed to invite him to a future meeting to addres the c-clh5. After adjounment, refresh- ments were served to all. Austin who are more like family' wards in Granite CRy, Ill. than guests. Sam entertained We are sorry-to report the us with some poems f'eqently death of Brac' PhilY-rps who recited from K.L.C.U.-but of passed away Friday at -the Senor Ci,tizensTIome in Cuba. ARMED FORCES NEWS SP-4 Lowell D. Breslich of the MP Deaaehment W'd aS been stationed in Bellm'ore, N.Y. re- ceived orders h'e'would be sert overseas Sept. 29. UPTOWN THEATRE ROLLA. MISSOURI day and brought her stster, Mrs. Ma.linda A]bree.ht home with them. Wlffd ee she purchased .the GaD. ',erron property and plank to mire fn- Lena Taylor come up with a "Thanksgiving story", a poem taughf-.o her by her father 54 years ago for a Thanksgivirrg program at Oak Shade School (Oops we almost gave offr age away thit time didn't we? We were a little bi,t "lazier" than usual after such a line noon meal but not too r/iucli so -h`at we couldn't turn back the pages of time which we are prone to do and dream awhile of our dear father, mother, brothers and SOn who trove gone on. r We also missed our dear ones who were unable to be with us namely; Pete Sego who is in the service of his country and stationed in the Berln sect- ion of any, Mrs. Lucille {Myers) Breece Who is a nurse at Barnes Hospital and Mr. and T, he loved ones ffave our deep to it Oct. 7. sympathy Mrs. Ella Mur and granddagh'ter, Mrs Dale reeee Mr. and Mrs. Doris Sprgeon and children sPent Stmd'ay and dauhter Linda sper un-with Mr. and Ttrs. 1yff MC- day in the "roy Lashlee home Arthur and 1iYd'rn at St. in Cuba. James. We want " extend con- gratuMtions to Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nieder- Frank Zimmerman who &er sehulte were Suhu/y guests of married. W-eigh ,themd Iong Mr- and Mrs.-W'Riester. and happy m'i'ed life. Frank Last Tuesday, Mrs. Lester is a grandson of-Mr, and Mrs. Lieklider, Mrs. Sol B. LickJider, Henry Jett of Oak Hill. Mrs. Maggie Gardner and Mrs. Mrs. Sue Latall of St. Louis spent the week end witl her mother, Mrs. LIoyd Farrs-and her two children Randy-/nd Denese Latal,l who ,are staying with their granddmother and going to school. Mrs. Louise Hansel and Jack, Brenda and Gary vsited their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Pork Sun- Mrs. Art Hilderbradt who were day after church. i absent due to illness. I Mrs. Fannie Haddock of I Since we are such a small Washington visited w$h her Charles Davis were luncheon guests of Mrs. Cart Gurtter and ,all helped Mrs. Sol Licklider celebrate her hirthday. Mrs. Lena 1eeves of Mr. Clemens, Mic., her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chas O'Neal of Detroit, Mich., and th-eir niece. rs. Mildred Avery of East St Louis visited from Friday to Tuesdayw ith their niece and cousin, Mrs. P. H. Myers and Mr. Myers. STARTS FRIDAY 9-29 I0- family we have gathered at dad, Mr. Hallie Wilhite and Mrs. Levena Burkhardt and Sunday Continuous From 1 pm each otliers homes and be the ,her brother Lloyd last week daughter, Nancy of St. Clair Good Lord willing we will and helped out wifli the work. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McPher-! OCEAN'S 11 meet next year at the home Mr. Wilhite is [ee-ling very son and ehil-den of St. Louis  Frank Sinatra & of Lena Taylor here in Cuba. well these days. spenf the week end with their Dean Marti n May He who doth all things' Miss Alice Bayless wos has parents, Mr. ad Mrs. J. L Me- will be wih us one and all heen staying and earing for her Pherson. r. "and Mrs. Bill WED THURS FRI SAT OCT 4- until we meet again. Aunt Jane Robinson in Bourbon MePherson and family al vis-', MARY LEE MULLEN SOCIAL SECURITY THE CUBA FkEE PRESS Cubo, Missouri ENROLLS IN COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE Miss Terry Lee Mullen, dau- HERE OCTOBER 3rd Thursday. September 28, 1951 ghter of Major and Mrs. Ed Mullen currently stationed in I Mr. Eou Minor. Social Secur- `7;:"'"''''y ........... ', ............... : ........... : ........... :"'"'"'";::;',:;'.',:3 ................... ; ........... ; .......... :""'"': ........... : ........... ;;=:,;;;:,==; Heidelberg, Germany has bn-ity Representativg .will be at Cordwood W,,,ed r,lled in the Munich Braneh'fh'City Hall in Cu_ h'on Tues- I ae biversiy of Maryland. day, Oct. 3, 1961, at 9:30 a.m. THURS FRI 8A'I' SEP'I' 28-30 Mr. Austin. " Saturday Continuous From 1 pm ROWLAND BEEZLEY -- Radio and TV Repab PatALLHANDS ON DECK |1 NEWSMrs I -'ABOUT TOWN RCA, G.E. and SYLVANIA vy umese and :lV[rs Eva Barbara Eden T Plus |Hildreth called On Pearl Whit- Coil TUxedo 5-3514 Steelville SPruce 5780.: iBLASTOF $1LENC E lyn one day ,wek. Molly Meay SUN MaN & TUF OCT 1- Sunday Continuous From 1 THE TRAPP FAMILY Ruth Leuwerik & Hans Holt FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE Richard bu Erwn WED & THURS OCT 4-5 CIRCLE OF Bradford Dillman Suzy Parker RETURN OF THE FLY Vincent Price & Brett Halsey ROLLA. MISSOURI SHOW STARTS AT DUSK FRI & SAT SEPT 29-30 John Saxon & Linda Cristal THE TALL STRANGER Joel McCrea & Virginia Mayo Terry, who attended the second for the fi/'mg o" social security and sixth grades in Steelville, claims and answering questions is the granddaughter of Mr. and you may have o-n Social Security. Mrs. W. N. Laney of Steelville and Mr. and Mrs. John Mullen PRESBYTERIAN of Cuba. Terry graduated last June CHURCH NOTES from the Heidelberg American $8.00 per cord 41/2" LONG - (144 Cu. Ft.) Delivered to HARDWOOD CHARCOAL CO. PLANT High School where she was a cheer leader and secretary of the Teen Club. After a year at Munich, Terry plans to return to the United States and attend Faith/and Life." .the University of Missouri. , Sunday we unite Christians everyw, here in ,fhe celebration of World Wide Communion. NEWS ABOUT D':VN Sundae ober 1st. i 9:45 Church School Mr. and Mrs. A1 MueHer spent two days in St Louis with their daughter, Mrs. Ruth Hood and son Jack Sims and their families While there Mr. Mueller attended the St. Louis Vetera n Druggists Association luncheon a,t the Golden-;Horn. Mr. J`ameg-trub of St. Louis was a Wednflay evening din- nor guest of Mr. and Mrs. WiN Sunday, October 1st begins STEELVILLE, .MISSOURI a new year in our Church school studies. The theme for  ............................................................................................................................................................. .the year is, "The Bible In ........................................................................................................................................... 11 :O0 C om.nau ni6n"erviee 7 p.m. You-o Fellowship Hour. Trinity Chapel, Hwy 19 & C 8:30 a.m. CommunT6 Ser. 9:30 a.m. Church School NEWS ABOUT TOWN Miss Virginia Rector who, is attending the University of" Mo. at Columb,a was home over the Ready-M,xed Concrete COMPLETE LINE OF ROAD MATERIALS The Area's Only Washed Sand and Gravel Plant -EXCAVATING OF ALL KINDS-- DRAGLINE, BACKHOE & CRAWLER HIGHLIFT -FREE ESTIMATES- Cuba Ready-Mix 7. E. WOODCOCK 'h. TU 5-3389 City Park South CUBA, MISSOURI b,,r Mortimeyer. week end.  HERE IT I! i|i'-; illM,l' ATLAS ONE-EYED JACKS Those present for this years was home a few days last week. ited her tmrents, Mr.:anff'Mrs. Marion Brenda & gathering vere Mrs. Lend Tay- George Brown. Karl Y[alien lor and her faimly the Clyde Taylor family of East S. Louis, Ill., and Wi]b-y Taylor, Mr. and . : IT7 MrS. ,Pete H. Myers +ah"d"+'Sam . I O ---- _- ling/- McWhorter, . and Mrs. Islie IMtd|,  .r TU'TO i rs. Pete S- and ,ob and Serv,ce !Iego aY]t their family Bill Sego, _ . , /lll..//ll.. tAudrey Sego, Mr. and Mrs. J. /,'ill L Billings and their fan'y, ROLLA, MISSOURI I I ' ',The Walter Black family and Aer'als Installed ' S FRI +A'I_' SEPIL' Mr. Austin. " -+ Authorized Dealer for 6 Years .  /#+'7][t lay Continuous From BE ZI " i nd OI . HANDS ON DE ] NEWS ABOUT TOWN RCA, G._l and  fLVANIA, -I_ ,aen Mrs. Ivy taese and Mrs. Eva I' Plus ]I-Iildreth called On Pearl Wlt- Cuba Furn,ture l Appl ance t AST OF SILENt /son one day i+t-week. II TUxedo 5-3514 Steelville SPruce 5i7 t3 + ":+  --- e-- I,, ,. IALL FULLY :: ......... i ,i-" 1300op more., save more l! Lifetime [GUARANTEED+ Use Our y Continuous From pro'. I I I I ' . /" - 4.7: . Leuwerik & Hans I t '" ':! :, i i: ,.,u. at yourA Ci storeJ! AttRoad I THE LOVE OF h KEI , , 1 I  i 'd Basehart & " +l :rau I SMALL, LARGE [I Hazard [ {,. No Money &-L  +:i[ :,EOFVECEmoslTIIrkv_  Ih 97e/I Wrttten I Down! ,rd Dillman & [ I\\;MIIIVJV ImB aura If+ VII... -- I Parker ee BLACKWALLS ,,u. uarant W 'URN OF THE I MAYROSE SKINLESS Cello Package tl I, TUBELESS" Monthly ":z" /Wieners lb. 49c11 . l TUBE TYPE Payments | /[DONr M3S THIS SALE.. I -- .. / A.G. ' 303 Cons |J._ _: -+-------- U  , uolaen t;orn Tor F ED TIRES I}RIYE_IN / [I us j  Take up to OL|J. MISSOt / PILLSBURY ' II I |Jl  12 Months ST tRTS AT : ' SAT ;EPT29-30 lCake M,x 3 pkgs. sz,oot/00o Money Down, I +/1 To Pay CRY TOUGH PILLSBURY +++4 ]l OOn Eosv Budaet Plan! I   GRIPSAFE! [ / PLYCRON [ ] ,,u, Fnour 5 lb. bag 39c_ _ _ . ... BANQUET APPLE, PEACH and CHERRY / ee uur euectmn at Used Cars and T--'ucs Fruit Pies 3 for 79cl I- | SUN MaN OCT 1-2 1954 Chevrolet Delray, 4 Door, 6 Cyl., Automatic THE WAYWARD BUS 35 t]: C A R S $ayne Mansfield & Pears 2 lb. c 1952 Chevrolet, 2 Door, H.T. 6 Cylinder, Stick Dan Dailey Chevrolet Biscayne, 2 Dr. - 8 Automatic 1951 Chevrolet, 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, Stick Plus AIN'T MISBEHAVIN WHITE Chev. Impala Sport Coupe, 4Speed (Big 8 cyl.) Rory Calhoun & IS 19C1 TR U C KS Piper Laurie eedless Grapes lb. 1957 Plymouth 4 Dr. 6 Cyl., Auto Transmission 1956 Chev. Belaire, 4 Dr., 8 Stick TVEScAR.oADOCT300L.AR A Carrots 2 pkg 1911956 Chevrolet 210 4 Door, 8 Stick 1961 Chevrolet Ton, Long Bed Fleetside FRAULEIN " i 11956 Plymouth Wagon, 2 Door, 8 1960 Chevrolet Ton Dana Wynter Plus & Mel Fetter Cabbage 3 Ibs. 13C11955 Chev., 210- 2 Door, 6 Cyl. Overdrive 1955 Chevrolet 2 Ton Tandem Axle C.00E TO 00,LL For00 00on.e.. S.ck 00o.'e Orain Cameron Mitchell & Sweet Potatoes 3 lb. -m,vl1955 Oldsmobile, 4 Door, 8 Automatic Bed John Lupton +n 1955 Chevrolet 3/ Ton 4 Speed WED & THURS OCT 4-5 PEVELY FARMCREST 1955 Plymouth, 2 Door, Hardtop, 6 Cyl. Stick " A NICE LITTLE BANK .-- _, == 11954 Mercury 2 Door, H.T. 8 Cyl. Overdrive 1952 Chevrolet Ton THAT SHOULD BE lee Cream '/2 gan [1954 Mercury, 4 Door, 8 Cylinder, Stick 1952 G.M.C. 2 Ton with Bed ROBBED ARKETtACME, CHEVROLET COMPANY MiekeyRooney&TomEwellplus HAACK'S M A TIME TO LOVE John Gavin & Lisa Pulver  ' II WE RESERVE THE PlGHT TO LI fT [:Z:  "::,-.T-,;.j. ,-.=,=.--= ,-- _ .............................................. F' SI] HEAl WITI COST . Phone }0 you hve ae or ( e? We ha ae in an l your [orris Unit ba, Mo. fe Ph TI )R SALE lk and '0acen Far] et. 155 ant 0R SALE: ty water hz Sub-d ine TU , !0r Sale RC 10n wash shape Ph TU 5-71 hba R SALt R$. Ph TI R SAL: triter Li 5-3633 )R-SALE ater wt tions d 1 yes Ph T1 ce w !ld Ware