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TRINITY NEWS lWhO was well known In this Tschannern in Wood River, Dad Stubblefielil, Mr. and baby doing fine and also the of S& Louis and 'iVan. Verlene THE CUBA FREE PRESS Cuba, Missouri ' I community. We extend syrup- Illinois the first of the week. Mrs. Reubtn Sanders, Mr. and new father had relaxed, fWest and children of Sfiilivan. This community mourns the,athy to both amilies. I Mr. and Mrs. Gus Havens of Mrs. R.O. Stttbblefleld _x. and Corporal Dick Brakefleld o .... [ Thursday, September 28, 1%1 passing of Mr. Larry Sanford. I Mr. aaad Mrs. ffkma Thiel vis- Jefferso n City spent the pre- Mrs. Ed Windle and children, Fort l.onarcq Wood visited  He will  sadly missed. Also, Red `their grandclaughter and vious week end wight her par- Mr..and Mrs. Bob R. Stubble- several days wRh Mr. and Mrs. I I If your palm Itches, it's a something. H your fiend Itci Mr. H. F. Murphy of Steel'vlq:le, lfamily, Mr. and Mrs. Neal ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thiel. field, and Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Leona Brakefield and daughter IRON CENTER sign that Fou're .going .to get you've got it. I Mrs. Bernieee Rector and her A. E. Stubblefield, Mr. and Mrs Linda. I We are having cool weather .sister, Mrs. Andy Ruffner Ervin Stab'blefield an ffdld- Mr. and M_vs. Virgil Ware and after a week of hot summer George J. Marr, Material Cuba, Missouri All material weighed Screened to State Specification Meramec Gravel See George'Marr for the Best Material Washed Pacific Sand journeyed .to Eilington on Sat- ten, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stubble-'daughter Vicki--spent Sunday weatlter. Sunday was a long urday to attehd the undral of field and Tonia, Mr. and Mrs. 'i n Berkeley, Mo., wRh Mr. and ,,v ,f *h*o,i r*'m t, their moths s s roster, Mrs. Harvey Stubblefmld .and sons, Mrs ner Ware. a .... i-henin n  o ri k -- .  . n consmn L   g a a Hallie the c . Mr. 'and Mrs. W. L. mlth and Mr and Mrs. Ed Hamilton ....... a and Mrs Cliff Stewart so ......... I ........ munaer wm ne vy raln Mr. . n.s, vr. rune or ann oger, mu cnmuren spent me week showers and children spent the week Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stewart and end in Fagus, Mo, with is Our neighborhood has relaxed with relatives in Cuba. sons, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dickir-lparents , Mr. ann rs. Joe since the report of seeing seven Mr. Melvin Hoefle and girl son, Mr. and Mrs. ChiRon IIamilton. ,Negro lads roaming e country friend spertt Saturday with his Workman and David, Mr. and I ...... ,roads. They had run away from parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mrs. John P. Stubblefield and Miss Pamela ,mnar spenlBoys Town in S. Jtmes, Mo. Hoefle. l family, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon .the week end at home and was Tey were -ken back to the The Women's Club met at Gilbreth and Tammy, Mr. and conpanietl "back to the city home. the Clmrch on Wednesday Mrs. Wm. F. Sttbblefleld and Sunday aleroon by her P't Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nev- evening with Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Alice HmfeR and Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin "i ins of Fanning, Mo., cuffed on Gorgmann visited at the home hart. Mr. and Mrs. W. . Dodd Sun- Treece and Mrs. Lillian Stubble- field serving as hostesses. Present were Mrs. Helen Shasserre, Bernieee Rector, Dorothy Smith, Alma Soudars, Mrs. Sylvia Davauit and Mary of Mr. and Mrs. BiLl Stubble-' Mr. and Mm Wm Stewa  day afternoon. field in Marthasville, Mo., on Mr. and Mrs. Jim IIansell vis-I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevens Red Thursday evening with Mr and son Risky were Sunday nayDea00- Mixed dinnerSUnday,together.and enjoyed a baskettand Mrs. Chude Stevens end dinner guests of Mrs. Lester Mr and Mrs Jake Aekerman John. Stevens. Stubblefield. Many plans were ,helped fill the silo at Kenneth Misses Bonnie . and Alice Mr. and Mrs. I Thomas o J$ V ;v'rr'" made and after-the meeting Souders on Saturday. IBayless and Leroy Richardson Salem Mo wer Mon,* *" refreshments were served and Ivisited Sunday with Mrs Viola--- "'-' ..,  v a.a*ay - I Ba- i ..... " " zler guesvs oz er ms, r, Mr. good visRing enjoyed by all.  y ess ano uonna wao are stay. an,  :w w,, Dad tubblofield and Alma DELHI ,ing with. Vloh's. parents, Mr.r "'wr."'-'='- "''-'ana Mrs. J. Shelton" o" /and vlrs. lee Hansell in E. 'Indianarli Ind triit,r] 'Phnr PHONES: LOCATION and Reuben Sanders enjoyed a Mr. and MYs. Clifford Kohafl  ", . Iday and Friday wi Mr. and TU 5-7431 South of Cuba good day at Bill Aekerman's are the parents of an 8 tb 4 oz Mr. and Mrs. John Kamler Mrs. L. A. Evans. hey were Thursday when .they filled the baby sd bern Sept 23, at the and children and Mr. and Mrs. enroute to Ponca, Okla. ______TU 5-3572 Cemetew Silo. Normandy Oseopa`tiC Hospital. I John Morris were Sunday after-, r Judy's mother, Mrs. Albert Bls- noon visitors of Mr and Mrs Effie Martin and her hus- hop and Becky, Beth and Mary!Joe Kamler. " "i band visited Sunday with Mr Kay arrived at the hospital I Sunday visitors in the T. W. 'band Mrs. H. Heady shortly ater the baby's bih West hams'were Harry West l Mrs. Mac Lea and Iris and report the new mother and and son (ary and Irvin West p,,e-,,#,-,#2#,, P ....................... Cuba Refrigeration Carrier Authorized Sales and Service Commerica] Refrigeration and Air Conditioning HARRY PALMER STEPHAN IMSURANCE AGENCY- 102 Smith- Cuba. Mo. TU 5-3849 FRIDAY New World of Worth from Chevrolet for '62/ '6 Impala Sport Coupe--with a roof line that looks like a eonvertible's '62 CHEVROLET Rich newstylingwithJet-smooth ride! Here's everything a car fancier could want. Fresh- minted style that comesto a climax in the sportiest sport coupe you've seen yet. A road-gentling Yet. smooth ride. A new choice of V8 skedaddle. Rich Body by Fisher interiors. Beauty that's specially built tostay 6eautiful. Here in '62 is more than ever to please you from the make that pleases most people. It's like owning an expensive car without the expense. Chock it over from its clean- thrusting prow to its rakish rear deck. Then--head for the open highway. That sittin'-on-satin feeling you get is Chevrolet's famous Jet-smooth ride at work. The standard siz and .V8 are triggered to do special things on regular gas, and for real hair-trigger reflexes you have a choice of four optional-at-extra-cost V8's with out- put all the way up to 409 hp. l New steel front fender underskirts guard against cor- rosion. Even the heater and defroer come as standard equipment this year. This is the kind of car that will make you feel luxurious all over, andyour Chevrolet dealer will be only too :py to show you how easy it is to have one of your own. King of Cuba, Mo., called Fri- i d.ay o n Mr. and Mr& V. V. Simmerley. A pleasant evening was en- joyed Saturday in the home of I Mr..and Mrs. Chas Smith with I Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Kimberlin [,and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Benton l all of Steelville and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Evans of Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. James Hardy ,and daughter Melihda and Mr. md Mrs. JOhn Simmerly of Bourbon Knd Rev. afi Mrs. C. F. Bryant were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Serly. NEWS ABOUT TOWN Former General Supt. of Brown Shoe Co., Mr. Wm Dill and wife, their daughter, Mrs. Bob Baker and son, Bobby of St. LOuis .all spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Carso. Mrs. Luther Laswell was in St. Louis Friday on business. TAe Distrcit Assembly of the Rebekah Lodge met at Crocker, IWo., Saturday, Sept. 25. Those ttending from Cttba Lodge THE'62 CORVAIR MONZA The car that puts sport in the driver's seat! Step right up and meet the latest version of the car that's proved its mettle in the fiercest competition going-'62 Corvair. Bigger new brakes team up with Corvair's rqnowned rear. engine traction for just about the surest footed going on the rood. A new Monza Station Wagon makes its debut. And all models sport freshly tuilored upholstery inside matched bu sassy new styling accents outside. Chevy II 300 $-Dor Sedat HERE'S THE NEW CHEVY 1I Modern basic transportation in a totally new line of cars Here are all the solid, time.tested virtues you know you can count on from all the Chevrolet family-plus some surprises you've never seen on any car before. A full limiof souey new- size models, each built a new way for easier service and maintenance. Thrifty? Choice of a frugal 4-or spunky 6. cylinder engine (in most models). Roomy? tlans seat six solid citizens. Price? A real pleasant surpri! See the '6 Cheolets, the new Chej II's and '62 Corvatrs at your local authorized Cheolet dealer's ......... __._ .......................... AOMECHEvROLET00IIiNI" ........... ................... iii I 607 EAST WASHINGTON CUBA TU 5-7451 CALL TU 5- 7174 BUD'S RADIO 6, TV SERVICE (Formerly Dunlap Jewelry) 24 HOUR SERVICE AT YOUR HOME OR OUR SHOP 90 DAY GUARANTEE ON ALL SERVICE AND PARTS B.ud Schroeder Phones: Home TU 5-7586 Cuba, Mo. Shop TU 5-7174 begtn rod Y at your gal. were Mrs. Henrietta Pancos N. G. of Cuba lodge, Mesdies Charlotte Wir, Dig Warden, i Ina Spencer, Helen l'udson,[ Eva Gunter, Irene Flunk" and J Miss Mary, district  inside ] guardian. 1 Mrs. Wm Giaese and son o Oklahonm City visited relatives ' and friends a few days last] week. Mr. Gl"aese was here over the weel( end and tis wife and son returned to Okla. with him. Mr. and Mrs. Jim 1Wewell of Richland and Mr. and 1VI. Ralph Newell and two sons of Lebanon vited- Sunda-y'Wiff their sister and b'othe2[1law Mr. asd Mrs. T.nard Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Me- Crary and son of Granid "City spent the week @nd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. l Avery. Mrs. Clara Meyer of near Farmington, Mo., returned rec- ently fro ma two weeks-vsit in Colorado Springs and tin- route home spent a week here with her sister, Mrs. Frafiees Powell and the week n at their brother's home nb-ar Tea, Mo. Mrs. Meyer returneS6-her home Fiday. Mrs. Do n Holt and children Iof St. James spent Sunday with ter parents, Mr. and M. Ben Ellis. ( 69c Let's all go to the Dairy Queen for flavour treats, and savings too t . DAIRY QUEEN Hqi;HWAY 66 CUBA, MO. Livestock Hauling o Local Moving o General Trucking R. A. BEEZLEY INSURED Ph. SP 5-7803 AUCTIONEER SERVICF Col. Dean Luhring GRADUATE AUCTIONEER No Sale Too Large or --Too Small ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS HERE! ,ALL MAKES OF TV AND RADIOS REPAIRED BY FAC TORY TRAINED MAN. NOW AT CUBA FURNITURE STORE CALL US OR BRING IN SETS FOR EXPERT REPAIR. 19tfc Call TU 5-3514 or SP 5.2658 Kenneth C. Thurmond Bulldozing -- Excavating Earth Moving Ponds. Estimates furnished free. Cuba, Missouri RUBBER STAMPS- Made to order Any Copy Any Size SP 5-7575 Menamin Printing Service Box 295 Steelville, Mo. FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Life, Auto, Fire, Liability, Crop, Hail, Blue Cross BILL ALEXANDER Cuba, Mo. Cuba TU 5-7785 Steelville SP 5-7355 Expert ELECTRICAL WORK Residential & Commercial Phone TUexde 5-7215 Charles A. Viessman Your NEWSPAPER I Tke Nodlum wltln the,,.