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September 28, 1961

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I t THE CUBA FREE PRESS Cuba. Missouri T.A. Donhiee, ReoordingSecty, STFLVP&apos;ff.E HOME ]. CLUB'HERE & mRE I NEWS ABOUT TOWN [and Clayn lodges. After the of their uncle, Judge R Thursday, September28, 1961 Mrs. lem Thielecke, torres- I " Jeffry Earl 'is ,the name[ Idinner the twelve men allBreueratHermann, Mo.,T tlpondlng Secty; Miss Mary Mun-1 Wednesday evening, Sept. 20, given the JOhsnon baby in! Mr and Mrs. Clarence White attendedPast Masters night at day. Judge Breuer was re ro, Treasurer,. Mrs. Presto elghteen members af the Steel- Germany. . , . lot DeSoto were m Cuba on the Cuba Masomc Lodge. Mr. m ,thzs area and was a J! 1 ]Gibson, H1stor!an; Mrs. Paul vRle Home Economics CIRb . Mrs. Betsy Jenkins{ Un1a I business Mbl-day ,and also vis- Griffey is a Past Master of the for 42 years. "FEe was 91 , c 1 u b s p o t I i g h t S [ Shanklin, Audztor. were guests of the Cuba Home ws,ted her son 13o35 an& wife ited with her 7bretber and sis-tMaplewood Lodge. old. I Ecormmies Club et the home last week, while there Mr. and toy-in-law, Mr and-/irs Henry Mr and Mrs Jim Rice and' Mrs Anna lriffey rece ] Mrs. C. I. Denny, Bird of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gibson. Mrs. Arthtr Henderickson vis-IEnke, children of St. Louis spent Sun-a pleasant birthday gift [Chairman, gave a very inter-Mrs. Chra Meyer of Farfding-ited wia her.  _ " [ I day with their mother, Mrs. phone call from her sister, i esting and nformative program ton, Mo., was also  guest. Mr. and Mrs. Y'lI Stubble- I Visitors with Mr. and Mrs.' Maude Naugle and Mrs. Anna Emma Ripsom in Lafa OAK HILL CLUB TttE AMERICAN LEGION Ca, Sunday. ton Private L[[e of Birds alsoi A de'lfeiotts ham ditmer and ield and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Richard EnIoe and-sons Sunday Rice. I a demotlon of homemade other food pr by the Brandhorst were at Jon Sor-'were her sister and husband, I . and Mrs. A. J. Sel Mrs. Clarence Rector was Copling Spreng Post 456 !bird feeders Thd Mid-Central rh,h rolls Sunday mormng. 'Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Ribert WhRe returned hondo Tuesday e ak Hill Ex _ i members of the hostess . Mrs. Flora Souders and Mrs.'of St. Louis and on Monday and children and Mr. Jim ing from a ten day visR ostess to. the _ OaK -'"| -- I Leaurg, iVlO.__ __ District Meeting wlff be Oct- was enjoyed bf tl twenty-nine -Friday Mrs. Enloe's sister, Mrs. IWabel WhRe of St. Louis were week relatives ,at N aShv'We; T, ension tub .turaay, l.l Kegu ar Meezmg "1esaay, ober 23 at Sullivan, Mo. Ipresen.t . Della Houseman sper 16th at the TrinitY" Church[October 3 - 8: I. m. Next meeting will be OCt- " with Mrs. My;ff/le Tiff1. iVoss of St. James. end visitors with their mother, where they also attended basement with 17 members and! 23 members are now paid up ober 23 at Midway Club Room I After dinner veral brain Gone Spurgeon got wood orl Mrs. Ehel White. Mr. and Mrs. state fair and displayed 2 guests, Mrs. Ferne Baker, for 1962. with Miss Mary Munro, Hostess teaser gameg-Wf pyed also Mrs. Tull last week.  Mr. and Mrs. A. W_ G-riffey Bill W'te and. dauglter of ceramics. Mrs. J. C. Mathis and Mrs. M. an amusing  game, Shir!ey Welch and Richard assistoql by bet" sister, Mrs. Alton, Ill., spent Silnday wRh Mr. 'and Mrs. Ed Sc Home .Aent and Mrs. Shandy Our Ladies Auxiliary served .p Murphy as Co Hostesses task Mrs, ,ln art,:how it is Lortz had bilthdays 1.ast week. ,Louise Curmingham-were hosts them. i visited Saturday evellng rom St Francis ountT. m,, refrshrnents -ter our tembe  " " lavod " -- ,, I " 'P - I   " Mrs. Ted Cason gave the sup-'to a ehicken'dLnner Saturday i Mrs. Lovena Burkhgrdt call was answered by A Ne,. lmeetiz_g. We deeply apvreelate[ Program - Putng file gay - pep foi- 'them. evening to eleven of his Mas-] Mr. J.' I. Breuer, Mr. Everett daughter Nancy and with Sewing Hint.  iKrs. Rector readlheir kindly thoughtfuhaess !den to bed: Bulbs - Mrs. J. C.[ The remainder of the even- We had showers Sunday. onic lodge friends from Maple- Breuer and Mr. Rhodes Bruer parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,1". L. he devotional, "Thoughts to Mn m- .... m, ,n. Mathis. Ing was spent p]ng bingo Live By", by Larry Sehwa1, !eratIr $or--asbr'-Fareawasl ........ lwith amusing and usefu gifts John Serretls visited his wood, Ltmhskin, CRfton g/Rs, of Cuba .all attended th funeral Piqerson. .... brother Martin Saturday ..... k report was given on the '73 4. > . 1 vergreens - rs horn Fro-for the guests. This was enjoyed Miss Marie Spugeon,,. is progress, made on, collecting f " "  : !nell. Peonies -Dr. M. E. Honer, by all especially one |ady 'ronl]workng at the-Bland fary. t x,,a= ne .T I Our woodland' "areas are P0oses - Mrs E. A Llndberg ithe Steelvllle CIu W in  ....... . ee stn.-_ to'l i .... i > ward our new" .)qrqolator. We assuming tr autuannal colors. A, t, mn l-t .... * s fall spie of dlfletis8 -t first ...................... Harvest Dane are about .half. way toward our i Present cool and breezY!arran,omn. r n n ,,t-o ma.aged to prove 11et; skill and   . v. . . * wl goal of 1000 strips, atmosphere Is heawly laden M,  T '..  o.*, n several games. To those Plans were completed for with na.tures aromatic frag's=,ra  rw v,,,,, x,  ose lk seemed" d have chlevement Day Sept. 2th to ances and drowsy tranqmhzers. I E  ,, ............... , fen left R mme gifts were . . . 2"k. tagglllI.Jl- LIIU LV.LE'. q..13L. ' be ,held t Steelville. Our dis- Ktydd, ermket and jar1y Denn-, given anyway so each Steelvtlle play eme this year will belcontinue with nature's sym- I ""  II.ady wen,t home w|th a small "Beaaty Everywh6re" with Mrs phony, memento of the evening and Andy Stubblefietd as chairman, We miss our St Louis week Hr ..... their second ple ttme as  -oxPax- o ! U " assLSted by Mrs LoffisTucker. end visitors. ' Th ........... gestsftheC't/baClt) l nthe A th Cub Park Pa ili A letter was read from Miss J. Svey, Adjutant ICuba e M.l":st:;r u:th?vannual event of each club t e a v on Veronica Maerfi ,thanRing us  I m- "' - :' - - ^ ..... Y i entertaining another club. " " " *  -- / / eetlng eptemver zt, 1Ol a; or ne privimge at bringing nor t .......... 1 I OZARK GARDEN CLUB I he Holy Cross Hall. The Sep-I aemonsrauon m ne clu a ov.g   . ........ - .... u ....... 1 The Ozark Garden Club met i tembe- meeting marked the ] _ o o Sat Night Sept ........... _ ...... Fmd.ay, Sept 22 at Hotel Cuba r flrst meeting of the club's new ' " 3O urlp, wnl{q weT aIsl;rlDUleO. . .. " .... l  tO each member. A letter was H:tessmS. s- t;aries hilds, lyear. I Mrs. Flo Myers was hostess aso read from the American -: , mrs. aran ..tlourn I There were 14 members 3!to the Cuba Home Economic  Red Cross thanking us for the an rs- .. d. _uarett as t;o leaders and 1 guest presert. Club :at her. tmme Friday, with cookies ent monthly to Ft. sse..1o memoers were Jim Licklider Presidert of the 1Septemner tn. Leond/'d Wood present wzcn one gues, mrs. ....... ' .... I i rrazre =t-J:1 ClUD was ne guest. - ............ -- -t__ I Cornell Glassey. Two new, ........ I Roll call was answered by MOORE REGISTERS h, ........ er. .a**r nmei ......  ....... *he ron can was reaa ann, ..... elli-- "*-- o*r Music , Don Bushman & his 8 pc. Orchest "~-nt w ..... r '------- ----" memvers were accepzea lnr me . . . . ,,-- ia .  v ,vx# #, o g as ou ,rgrmn .eauer cl ........... everyone repaea wztn, Why School Telmher" REGISTER FORMS 1113, vlrs LIILlan t.;nerry aria ,, for the day wno ]brought us a c  " .  _ _ i I joined a 4-I clb. The " i #nd ACCESSORIES ,, virs 'rancls l)emcK BkRevinTheHidden "  " [elertinofoffirersfllwed" DevttnalprayebyRbert! D ingFro 9 1 Perseicaders , by Vance Pack- Election of officers was as i T'he 1962 officers ,are as follows: Louis Stevenson were given by Moe Registers .rid Regi$1er Form assure protect,on, avoid customer O/C m - ard.  "- folovs. Mrs Frank Shaw, President Ellen Heener' Vice- Mrs. Flo '-yers for .the opening misunderstanding.preventlostco#e After adjournment ref6s- Presllent; Irs. Lois Pinnell, i President, BeVy Hatbe; S e c- devotion.  end simplify daily audit. 'r * etary Lmda M.ullen Treas merits were seTved by our HoSt- 1st Vice President; Mrs. D. D.  , * . ; urer, l!!*':ii!i MOOREREGISTER_f_QRM FI-.: .................. Stanle,, Brown Re .......... The entertaining he Steel- . ':i< ADMISSION $2.50 PER COUPLF ess, Mrs. RecUr ..... -u vcv rresmem" mrs  ; pxtr, Ivlary ... Ex--': .... i  iii " " "designed bY experts' i ' ; '  Mullen" P rli .... Vllle ellO n L;ltl Dy lle willso|veyourbus/ness  , a amenvarlan, donn ........ -  - '  Bam-- c---.=-  , .. 1 una L.;LUD at r.e  of the form needs. mu, ...... ==.,..-=,.=.., ..........  ............ iv a., ocrme, -amaia ,c-_ .... . -=':'" TICKETS ON SALE AT THE DOOR I .'' toltec table, lamp=. NorlNI ch=mdellcr, television wall-to-wal|lg.lt, rttmeltlt, m r .... ,,, T .a'. ,  r i r'resmen, ears. '. IDSOn ii;i !iiiiii [wner etc reasoble TW 8-7941. [drapes, table twin bedroom TR ?.03s[olfer. ll.6etll "--.=, u..,S ,.;=..., r'aua ,m-, ... . ., -  . 'gidln I , ,-, t ^ ^r x on weanesaay, ,epg. 2o. "was i::i<v,,:, MOORE CARBON ROLLS - , - , r,.s,,,, o.--,,,, ..... . ........... :" "" i :il Net Proceeds to be Donated to the Cuba Park Board -r-. enermmenr pannea uem wo A 11[ .....  Program Officer, Dennis Brown. i  . . the finest grade of . hers were also requested to i00, fill|It bc_l Jp_t._._w [ The election of officers was ...... and other ingredients, qi'' " ....   -lyon b bring lneir w.lute llephant assure legible writings,   onowect oy a repor g Y-if'- tO ........ AMOORIRIOIST|RendR|OISTIRFOIM Toward Purchase of Piano for the Park Pavilion Bldg. SHOUT IT'- +hir r',,m,unih, ,=odor r, !g s uus party xt rmey were $1. .......... v . , ......  . FOR EVERY FORM OF BUSINESS -- " a ...... .. not planning tb attend Aclffeve- --*tm ,o, r r nces iVlUllen on waa. me .... ^_ -  ," CUBA FREE PRESS club did outside their regular " Vor, :.t, i merit uay =ep; zo. duties.,, There was five activi- The Clubs part in  work ties done by the club, hey and d infier for AdIement ue' " FROM THE nl} chairs WANT in this newspaper" tl , When you want to sell something,  tell about it m the Want Ads When you goT-, ia  ma want to buy something, ask for it in the Want Ads. See fat yourself . . . Want hxe , - AN]) x-s Ads talk b,g at httle cost. dr cUsL'm" MdO ItruJfaS_, mf| N, ooM8 fm, nltuve. 8od e0Jd IIIL]&MPHAILT heal rltp, TV,  tnIp. TR |011. | UL $-165 Stln wkd $J &ft g. - | orl Reo ruCk' i helped wih the Heart Fund Day was discussed end Mrs. I Drive, Red Cross Drive, 53 C. E. MeKinney apInted to Minute Drive, Showeff fms tar prepare the "gdbitl for the Challengers Club at 4he Christ- dub on the stRfJ. "Beauty mas party, and gave two Everywhere." dnrations at  cllxen .... *Xx'/ion ut. : ....... 1 The cookies for the hosptta!- ! Tite club then discussdd .-feir tzed soldiers et For[ Wood will Picnic and TIa'TreMe, and they be baked this   Mrs. also talked about State Achieve- Harry Wllmerr.( F-: month ment Day. The Presfffent then a elx5 'member m cookies i appoin.ted two different com-to be sert with e from mittees to take care of-thd de- other clubs tn t' ty which *aiis for bot activities also 'an is one of the pr6|  year. Installation committee - Was Mrs. Kathry n Ztmm's !appointed fo Plan the install- monthly letter to 1I luls: this I.atio" n for next-month ,mnth on "Direction? was i'ead ?3he club members then also a hank  le the lehoose their projects ,and eIeet- American 11eiT" .at Fort led the Comm-unRy Lead-e and!W od was readi  the i Asst. Community Leader: They club for'cookies Sga4!astnth. :are Mrs. 3ralces Mullen, C0m- The October mttlg.[Wlfl be munity Leader; Mrs. I/ Hal- with Mrs. Olla ost,)[ ..... bert, Asst. Community Leader. Refreshments of 11 food t The meeting was .then ad- cake, coffee and  were served journed, by the hostess. ; ACROSS FROM _qHmmCr' qfnra :u.. POST OFFICE qk ll II II Ill II lV ll qu : B lhlll qd , Ar -- / OLD JODGE lvteats ..,, II "#Ikqpql, g,k a, ..... 'bUIIUU , ISl,ced Bacon 49ci LIMIT 2 LB. with $1.50 purc r ' I1 ..--== "  --K-6ONYYKiST W:Z: GoM; 12-Oz I --0000-00lCallte Hams 39c1--00_/uorn !5c1[ IBologna 39c/ S00XND00.o Co, Pork ShoulderRoast 35c omatoes Co. 49clPumpkl Pork Steaks : .... LOOK ATPLYMOUTIt NOW! Completely new for '621 A00'w 00om;00rd t/air des/an/ * 1 / jVew /)eaulg laSlae. 00Vew qaMi[#! New darabi/ilg/ P  0 D U C E ---YE OLDE-SOUTH ' I Look at the exciting '62 Plymouth! Completely new When you put your foot down in this great new i lS'-J in the way.it looks, drives and saves, this full-size i , FIPIIP Plymouth. you surge to cruising speed about 10% Sc Biscuits 2 Plymouth now brings you the beautiful difference in faster than last year's quick Plymouth got you there, IU/ , the low-price field. Whatever make you're driving, Then you merely point Plymouth the way you want c---O-M-PTON 2V2 size you owe it to yourself to look at Plymouth now! to go. Plymouth stays on course, because of its I c IPeaches 23cl/ Plymouth's Forward Flair is improved center-of-balance. And Plymouth brings you Cabbage ___ deslgn, an entirely what is p-robably the best gas mileage o" any u'll new design concept in Plymouth s field Slender new siz ............. " u  -- == . . - . " . . e car. rms oz,uuu-mue redes on major cnassls / MARGARINE d,mensmns allaround. A g!eammg new .gnlle A points. There's never been a car like this one oa I DRY GOODS ll rallorecl, tapereu nooo.  raKiSh new rooI llne nQ our 11  -   v  - .  . t_ i . " . y DIOCK or anywhere else. LOOK at the compmtety co;= """ r 00"/Blue B0nnet toPlymuth unveils the richest interiors it has vet useddress a car. The handsome fabrics display unmis- ............... , __ ' -_---. - new .tvoZ rlymoum now: ee your acamr toaay" L 2S LB" BA takable good taste. There's new quality everywhere. The Beautiful Difference in the Low -rice Field a d (Reg. $2.49 Value) Careful workmanship is obvious in the interior lab- n/1]rv ] r]r m r r]rm-r r.' rwr1]f ineets :p JL .00OlD0g Food  ..... i$1e7!1 tics, in the choice of appointments, in the way every- IP'l" /|//'/ .Jr J//Uf,1/J-i F : Flue mtin An Com 6 I ----76;.---^ .. I i ! thing works and keeps fight on working. 2[1.AL/ .L it.L./ll 1 I,/I.LFI Ll(,/111 J KI:.I. /UC va ue QuaUty-en$ineered by Chrysler Corporation ..... Cases "" "'" 98' B r ead 4 AL W EST MOTOR C OM PANY Hiway fi6 Cuba, T! This passing e will Mr. H. l Ge All to See fo TU 5 TU 5