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'nI,D*'_ tlklE returned from Prairie VflFage, )DUV, L.,,  tKansas, where they went to I __a x iehard Avery welcome a new grandson'/Iich-/ .... Ts'Luis s-ent the ael Kenneth who arrived on I ol b . P dad's birthday Sept. 14. I end visiting his pakents, his Mrs. "Champ " -Kvery The little fellow weighed in Other relatives, at8 Ibs 14 iz. Parents are Mr. AT THE CHUR00ES and Mrs. Harry Flack-and Mrs. Gene Ponti. relurned from a 3 weeks Mr. and Mrs. WIn. Moody with their son and family and sons, mad Mr. and Mrs. I Harold Piecce and family all and Mrs. Frank Hollings- of Jefferson City spent the BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Herbert week end with Mrs. Agnes Cul- and children John; ver. Lloyd Wilhite, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - I0 a.m. and ILaren,- also Mrs. Sidaes and daughter Mr. and-Mrs. F: Stiilman and Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Ann spent the week two little daughters spert their Training Union - 7 p.m. With j'r sister'-and aunt vacation here and Mr. and Mrs. ! Mrs. Edna Durbin - Director helped-' her celebrates her O. Aiple ,and son Jahn spent Evening Worship - 8 p.m. the week end at their cabin,! Mid-week Ser. - 7:30 p.m. Sunshin? Clrele rdet at all returning fo St. Louis Sun. I 'home of IVl?.lla Hcfffman Mr. and Mrs. Lu Wakras vis-I CROSS ROADS BAPTIST 17 several vis-ited the Fitzgerald home Sun -l CHURCH -husbands day P.M. They were-moving to Rev. Delmar Hutson. Pastor together. A Waynesville, Mo. [ Farris Sappington, S.S. Supt. luncheon was We extend our sympathy to I Stmday School- 10 a.m. hostess, the family of Mr. Brad PLhiUips Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Eight Supper Club who passed away Friday, Sept. Sun. Training Union o 7:00 the erne of Mrs. Maude 22, and was .buried in the Lea Tuesday, Septemlr 19. Cemetery. delicious supper was Mrs. Ed Ritcher-a-nffrMrs. Ann after wtich pinod-d@ was Garrison made -'p to Farm- High s-c're was made ington, Ms., to visit Mr. Richter Mrs. Byrdie Ashley and in a hospital here. highest score made by Hattie W}ght. have and Mrs. Ray Ponti -5- - How Is Your Spelling? 19 Drive-In Often in English we pronounce a word one way, but spell it a phonetic language. Here are 10 words of that kind, all mean- ingfully related to--- - Sat. Sept. 2%30 E A T I N G Get paper and pencil. Try October I your hand at writing all ten o I them correctly in one fell swoop! '(Two BIG Hits) / On 1st tit .... 100% [ On 2nd try .... 85% Curtis and 1 On 3rd try.... 70% Plackman in MEANING PRONOUNCED GREAT II00POSTER dried grape ....... RAYS-Inn tropical fruit .... bay-NAN-uh plus in color Presley and liet Prowse in G. I. BLUES Leticia Roman Plus Cartoon Weekends Only) sweeter than sugar SACK-uh-rin stolen from bees HUN-neigh French for vegetable leg-GOOM I with corned bee . KAB-ij [cousin of above KAW-lee-iour Italian dish MACK-aye-ROE-ny Italian dish RAV-ee-OH-lee spaghetti cheese - PAR-mee-zun For answers see below: uesaued '.ITS]ASS :Tu O,Ieaem '.aatAoI!lna :aeqqea 'smnaI ,auo q ,.u!aqaae .e.uueq '.u!s!e Copyright lye0 LaCroix @ THE CUBA FREE PRESS Culm, Missouri Thursday, September 28, 1961 p.m. Sun. Eve. Worship - 8 p.m. Wed. Prayer Ser. - 7 p.m, CHURCH OF CHRIST (Ncxrh Main St., C'ub, Mo.) Bible Study - 9:00 a.m. Worship S'vices axed Commtmion - 10:00 a.m. Thttrsdy Study - 7:30 p.m. BLUE SPRIN CHURCH ........ G. A. Frederiekson, Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - II a.m. Gospel Singing every 3rd Friday evening of each mont 1:30 p.m. . ,= Mr. OLIVE BAPI bl CHURCtl * Ralph Kitchen, Pastm Sam Kitchen, S.S. Supt Sunday School - 10 an, Worship Service - 11 a.m B.T.U. - V p.m. Evening Worship Ser. 8 p.m. You are invited to attend these service. MT. PLEASANT BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. John Bads Leslie Lleklider, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morni.ng Worship - 11 a.m. Training Union - 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship - 8:30 p.m. I TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN , Dora Dickerson. S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 9:30 aJn. Morning Worship - 8:30 a.m. Rev. Dorriek, intster PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Mrs. L. B. Ambruster S.S. Supt. Morning Worship - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School- 10:45 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST (Owensville, Ms.) Sunday morning services-- Bible classes for all 9.30 a.m. Worhip period .. 10"30 a.m. Evening worship . 7:00 pan. (The Lord!s Supper Every Young Interested in Meeting YOU v Bold, Progressive, Active, Imaginative Creating Leadership Through Challenge & 3rd. Thursdays- Presbyterian Church -- Cuba Chas. Kolb, President Have A Good Line Of METHODIST Rev. Fred R. Harper, Pastor Howard Murphy, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 9:40 axn. Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m M.Y.F. - 7:00 p.m. Communion first Sunday oi WATCH REPAIRS TRANSISTOR RADIOS DIAMOND RINGS RECORD PLAYERS. Come In and Browse. IN ! A COMPLETE LINE OF RECORDS 8'00 every month. FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH (Cuba Tb.eatre) SurMay School - 10:00 a.m. Preaching - 11:00 Sunday Eve. Serv. - 7:30 pL Wed. Song Serv. - 7:30 p.m. GOSPEL TABERNACLE (Former Taylor School House) Re. W. D. lehington, paxr Sunday Shool - 9:45 a.m. Sm3d, ay Worship - II:00 a.m. Sunday Eve. - 7:45 p.m. urday- 7:45 p.m. Thursday P.Y.P.A. - 7:45 p.m Webers Jewelry and Sporting Goods Main Street Steelville, Ms. NORTH MAPLE SHADE Junior ,Clara and Bob had vls-, [ ited their''/es and tufit Mr.[ [ Harvey and Biu Ellistb' and] [ Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lettdcan Mrs. Alice Boyd af Bourbon. l /and children and Mr. and Mrs. I l f Jack Aubuchon and Mrs. Mrs. Buck Gregory has been! fJames Dotson ,mld-711'n of on he sick list. Mrs. James I iSt. Louis visited helr paents, i '. and Mrs. H.H. Dotson last veek end. Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Thurmotd and Kenny Jr had Sunday dinner with them. ] Mr. and Mrs. Ro Bratton and children, Judy Anne and Bobby Jr of Y. Louis spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. ',and Mrs. lavid Bratton. Sun- day .aernoon her  gr-and-dau- ghter rid hus-band, f. and i Mrs. Tom Eudaley of St. Louis CHURCH OF GOD 'came. Mrs. Raymond Young, Pastor I Mr. and m Gtts Thurmond G. C. Taylor, S.S. Supt. went to rg to" see Mr. Sunday School - 1O a.m. ! and Mrs. Frahcis Titter Sat- Morning Worship - 11 a.m. urday and fottt Mr. Tl,er no Sun. eve. Worship - 7:45 p.m very much improved Tfiey also Mr. ";.d w. z. CATHOLIC SERVICES Martin. Mr, 1edu tmi%vet Rev. J. B. Boland, Pastor an operatlon,tt the .Barnes Cuba - Holy Cross i Hospital Mond and returned Malls 9:00 and 19.'30 a.m. there or  t@tiler ortion D Mass 9:.m. and this week.  ,3" : tvtlle - St hael M:s. Henry ,Ipwood and relay Mass - 7:0a.r I mrs. ,George V,le visited )ly Day Mass - if:00 a.m. Marthas mother, Mrs,'- Jake - Ware one day last week. Mrs. CUBA PENTECOSTAL [Ware i not. very wl and is ,. HOLINESS CHURCH receiving tresarnent rom a Dr. "*i>Rev. Itenry Echols, Pastor I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Windle and and S.S. Supt. cildren attended a retmion at Sunday School - 10 a.m. her uncles, Mr. WIn. Stubble- Morning Worship - I1 a.r field and f _adiy at Marthasville, Sun Youth Union 7:30 p.m Ms., Sunday. - ASSEMBLY OF GOD Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tomil- Rev. and Mr . C. F. Bryant, son of St. l=ufs visite the Pastors , Jake W're iIIy Saturday and Sunday School - 10 a.m. icalIed at the "Claude Chapman Worship Ser rice - II a.m. home. The Tomiln family Christ's Ambassadqrs - 6:30 formerly Hved here nd Gerry  ! t ::  ,'-i FAliston, ,htr mother, stayed with her some. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bailey of House Springs, visited her sis-I ter, Mrs. USL ThurminI and family last Thursday. I Ed Windle is nowe employe d, t the Cornei" Grocery store and Mr. Donal Warren is era- at the Delano Service played Station. Mrs. Luther Kelly of Hofflins ,and Mrs. Tom Kelly called at the CAaude CTiapman home Sat- urday afrnoon. Mrs. Earl Cox, son James and daughter, Mrs. Don W'irl are picking grapes at Rosati at present. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thurmond and son Modie visited her brother, Mr. Mike Creason and amily at SILIvilie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence-Cape- hart of t. Louis spent fle week end at their home hre nd called at the Kayrnond Windle home Sunday. Mrs. Claude Stevens and son John called at the Claude Chap- man home last Friday after- noon. Mrs. Stevens had visited her Dr that day or tre-Rmen{ of her ears. Mr. Jesse Bridgeman has purchased te I_ceste' Ste{ farm and is making fence and otherwise improving it. JAKE PRAIRIE p.m. ant to l}b'I -to Saunders I Sun. night Service - 7:30 p.m. Chapman atDelIfl. Rain, hail and cooler-weather Mr. and Mrs. us Thurmond this Sunday afternoon. ST. PAUL LUTHERAN and grandson lnny Jr., atend- CHURCH ed the Circus in Cuba on Wed- # esday  "-carne home Rev.Rodney R. Scheer land spent' the1}i-g{ With hem. Ed ertlem. S. S. Supt. [ Mr. and. rs. ]]tuck Mun- 7:00 a.m. Mat ixm [hollen Of L"MI slted at the 9:15 a.m.S. S. [Henry Hopwood hore one 10:30 a.m. Wor.p - I levening ta,.t week, 1st Sunday each mont ee- I Raymon-indl had his ebraion of The Holy Commun-'grape s pikest we: ion SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIS ADVENTIST CHURCH Bourbon, Ms. on old Hvy. 66 west Eider W. K nith - Pastor More and more brides are finding they can have the luxury rook they love and still keep so the sunny side of their bridal budget with exquisite Regency stationery. It fea- tures Heliograving*-an amazingly rich, raised lettering ith all the good taste and distinction of the finest crafts- manship--yet costs so little. Do see our exciting selection ot contemporary and traditional type faces,,.one, perfect ,"or O0! * Heliodravi,d--nt to be confused with enravinl BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH Cuba, Ms. Roy. C. F. Pinnell, Paftor Bin west. s.s. Supt. ,,nday School -. I0 a.m. Monflng Worsblp - 11 L.m Midweek .7:30 p.m FI]ST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. J. R. StogsdilL Pastor Richard Enloe, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship * 10:50 a.m Training Union - @:30 p.m. Mrs. Walter Durhin, Director Sun. eve. worship - 7:30 p.m. Wed. Prayer Ser. - 7:30 p.m Communion first Sunda DELHI BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Walter Sanders, Pastor Ralph Llbhart, S.S. Supt. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Wsrship - Ii a.m. Sun. Training Union - 7 p.m Sun. eve. Worship - 8 p.m. Wed. Prayer Set. - 7 p,m. Young People's Meeting Sat- All/be f, FAgTE.R, COMPLETE.... in one wfilin00 , Moore ReE0000Ie00 1, .... The fastest method known for preparing multiple-copy records...on counters... :-, on trucks.., wherever records are needed[ File drawer for Hold, up to 100 Ideal for counter numerlcal audit copies, duplicate farm sets. or office use. ...... '. :. ::,: In duplicate or For faster push*button For use with triplicate sets. record keeping. Moore Reglster$. THE CUBA FREE PRESS Who said no coons. Just look for tracks. Mr. and Mrs. Louts Pinnell were Steelville visitors Monday. Leslie Licklider atended the Association at Owensville on Thursday. Mrs. Leslie Collins-has been sick with a cold. Lloyd Stovall was on the route Thursday. Mr..and Mrs. Lowell Spurg- Mr. and. Ms. Cltle- Ohap- man visRed Mr. ffatd M.. James con, Mr. and Mrs. T6-mer Ell.iston and Mr. an Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Nichols-ad a_tter son Jay were visitors witt Mrs. Junior Killion Sun-'y bi/s;: Lul a Spurgeon Sun--flay. Mrs. noon and m@ thei'w " Spurgeon went hore with Lowell's for a few days vfi. The Cuba Free Press Today, see the new ,00VAL00IANT foe'62 :;': , ,,.. , , ,. EIIil featueing the exciting new Signet 200 STYLE LEADER OF THE COMPACTS if!: :i :: i: :::; :: Above and right: the Valiant Signet 200 displays its distinc- tively different grille, exterior trim and handsome identifying medallion. At left: here is the stunning new interior trim offered you as standard equipment in a Valiant Signet 200. America's Iowest-p00iced haedtop with bucket seats/ Y just can't beat Valiant for vai! Look at this sports-minded Sig -just introduced! Inside, king-size bucket seats. CuSttJlored interior trim. ep:pile carpeting. The Valiant" ent automotive design originated by Valiant for Valiant! Valiant's every bit as easy to handle as it is eager to run. Im- proved torsion-bar suspension, new-design tires give Valiant dling ease of the carefree compact it is. Valiant is priced up to several hundred dollars less than many other compacts. So do yourself the favor of find- ing out what a buyValiant is. Your Sight 200 :clearly says: now it's limousine-like roadability-yet the Plymouth-Valiant dealer will wel- enjoyable to be economical! new '62 Valiant keeps all the cor- come you. That's the place to see Proof? Plenty! 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