The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00004
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1935
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00004
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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TRUCK DRIVER! Dr. Fairchild Sees Redland District FROST FAILS TO MATERIALIZE -

As Experiment Lab for New Foods! ,

IS ''CREMATED '.TIJ, resists bas Inure possibitlttee governor'. plum, the anonee and the AS AIRPLANES POISE HERE

In the way of Introducing new things daakn, and that IMIto had been

to Mt Own any other place, know don with he cuayote.Bamboo .

>t and FOil people comprise one of shoots, one of the great

IN EXPLOSIONGasoline the moat Interesting group of pioneer vegetable of China and the principal FOR PROTECTIVE FLIGHTS

In" the world-In my world, vegetable! of Japan should

anyway one of the great commercial

The speaker WM pr David Fair bllltlo here.paid Dr. ra/lrehlld. "I -

Drums Explode: shod, head at the Visited Bute know of only one man-In the 0.,

plant Introduction garden at Chapman kMka regkiB wh* I* growing them Cowboy-Indian Game Mercury at 45 Breeze Still
When Vehicle Runs
Field and dean of botanical( *!- for .. Dr. John llarvcy Kellogg I Ends Too RealisticallyA Blowing at 4 a m.l-lnd

Into Tree plorer for thin country, ddrtng aa4 I want out lat spring and gota

the South Dad Gordon dub and shoot weltTblnc K pound that game *f cowboy and Indiana Rise! Slated TodayUTMOST

SLEEPING AT WHEEL the Woman'. Club of Jlomeelendbin yielded at) **t.bl* core of 1. Saturday ended with the wounding

SEEN LIKELY CAUSE Tuesday aftcrpo n. pounds," of Roger Glenn, 10. when a II callMr -1 PRECAUTION
rifle In the hand of hit brother,
Looking out of the window, Dr,
There are place where more rare TAKEN BY GROWERS
Kenneth II proved to be loaded \p,1
fruits tan be and are crown," aid Fairchild said ha could see tome
Fish Company Employee stead of empty The brother*, ,
Dr. Fairchild, "but the people to do pigeon pea growing wild. "Plgean '
test Way to Keys From the eiperlmentlag are set there pea*," be ...... "... the meet Important eon ot air, and MM Roblenn, I Eight Planes Were to Cower

PuntaGordaSlordon A combination lit ware plant aid dlah. of the JJiUiiuuaa They were playing. 1I'IUI. capipanlon, 60 Acres Each With
Charles Conner ot >lr. and Mrs.
are fin a food tentila-and
the Intelligence to make something a* a* Continued
J W. Conner, In front of the Glenn FlyingWith
have them right here.
and Introduce It to the World I* In you
Bagwell, 31. (driver forT home on N. W. Sixth street, ,
this strap are her*. The ay bean Ja the great food
'. Croaaland Fish Atll.* foal Graduate hospital i "t tract yet *n the ground
Company of "Right In your owe tack yard III crop ef g...080.... people to the
Punta Oorda, was virtually cremated the place to begin the romance of orient. Dr. Fairchild rid but. while x-ray picture showed that the ballot, ; and unuffklnl ihmnometen real*>
which went through the right
about TdO: a. m. Tuesday when the your llvea-to crow the new and they have been exploited cowmen at the elbow, entered the right arm aide terlnc 41 degree at 4 Vetok: his

truck he was driving left the read rare thing' th.atca" v* grown, herewith dally for ether purposes, very few of the abdomen near the front and morning, sky cloudy and a brews.
your bitches a* an eipertmen- people have vr tried them ..
.f from avenue and Quail Rooat a lodged In the left side, but fanned still blowing It seemed certain oiftpeher
tat laboratory for the conceding of table dash la this country-
drills and crashed Into a tree, taus.fpm new and delicious dishes from the With Ingredient he had brought no Internal Injurlc The boy was were free of aM danger from
taken home Sunday and the bullet
the explosion of several drumipf fruits of them plant* with him. Dr. Fairchild prepared an the cold wave that swept down from
removed Tufedaj Its was back at
gaaallna 'Which be wad truckingto Dr. Fairchild pointed out that avocado salad. of his own Inventionand play y..te.-da the northwest Wdaenilay. The

nothing had .been done to popular) served It to the member of the ..
a finding camp at Matecumbe on weather bureau yesterday MI II'tnl
or ernnmerolaUae the Use (egg fruit) club The nape fur an average
the PIoI'lda K.y. which grows and fruits In abundance family salsa which h* doubled for fair enl w.rmr weather/ rat antal.

.Only a fiw charred remain of her ythe white _pol.. the .(Continued oa Page rival TO ENFORCE RULE It the oil adage 'iw true th II 1 "Provldenu .

the body were left by the roaring helps those who help thmaehee >

bleat furnace that reeulted. They ," grower of the (loim'_(' 1 d 1

weep, sent to Punta Gorda by the ROTES ENDORSE To Form Ball League AGAINST NIGHT area deserved' the "hraik tluy got.

Tint* Funeral Home Identification Of Qut-of-School HoysAU for they left few atones untnutcd
we* made through the license tag TRUCK PARKING are their erotic tram lie thn<4.1, noel

on the track, which Inquiry reveald .. CITY'S PLEA FORFIRE'MILLAGE cold blighttMffht aln>.lamwr*
boys pot going to *chool-rn
h4 been Issued to C. Crow a
igne..penttoK ofbf1eh aarapany'at r.ad fhgi aliabtt ,t M. v..t: do --r1ton y' q'm a ii Met" .d" %:: '1
Y where thby are Iron* or lacerlong o
"I'u1ttl studs: Co>nmgnlc.Uon with ever vegetable flehla to try and fffale
they will be M the KedlandDlBtrlct Finish Outside of
CroMbnd brought telegraphic. Information by continuous" uimnd-down flyIng
-are Invited to b* at the
concerning the victim ta\r\ Bath House a vacuum that would tarts
lowed by Croatland In paraon.Crowland County Asked to Provide Homestead .basketball gym Monday sheer I* the greund a layer of w rtu.
night at 1:10 to discuss with Cha' :
said Bagwell had comes For Rural Protection UoCraCkm coach ot Homestead The ordinance prohibiting truck er air said to slat at a height ef
i tram a run to Jacksonville the from parking In the bualnea section some thirty fort. They wens to
fn BudgetA High, School, the forming of a fourteam
afternoonbefore and bad probably of Homestead after 0 p. m will be take t* the air It the wind 4M
basketball league In the die.trlot.
left Pnnta Oerda between 11 and enforced u soon a* signs bearing down or the weather cleared too
1" that night for Matecumb Con. roaolutloq! endorsing the requmt Tentative plan are for each nolle of this traffic rule can be much but they n..v..rI the
e( the city| of Homestead that the team to play one game a week ever
stable loa Scarborough said that the mad* and placed at Interval along ground
eunty commission provide mllUg .aa eight-week period. the curbs of the atreet afecteA her
track of the truck' wheel led The tight planes were brought
gradually to the aide of the road< for "ral fire protocllon In Its UMbudcet Mr. UeCrarkra baa organised sad The city council Monday night ordered through the *flbrt* o| Jack Cnulkner

Indicating that the driver had falln was voted by the tlopieattad will start playing this week, a alx- the signs mid after Mayor who has been operating the 'trrfc",.

asleep at the wheal. Rotary Club at }t* meeting 'In Legion team league In the fifth and sixth P B. Bird called attention to the turn! dusting Pi""" here far the pant

No fine saw the craah. The bur.In Hall Wfdneaday affla. grades of the Neva King Cooper danger from unlighted rear end of two week En h of the v area
M'KOT P. ]). pJrt told the club School. Its plan to atari in theImmediate
truck was reported by telephone long truck protruding toward the was to cover an average of "" utni
that h* had ben advised to get evidence seventh and
future a center ot the mutt of
street a* a lit
(q the Homestead police atatlon byrC with oontluoua flying at an
Borgardt ot Redland and the of general sentiment I* favor eighth grade league and to feral one the angle parking Ig effect her*. and hour per plane Ae It In, shay will

Voile; sent and of the city fir of including such an llwn In the with boy In the ninth, tenth ehtv- meld that the police department wa receive A guarantee of I J5 pe plans
county budget after the city had explained nth and twelfth grade who are reluctant to make arrests when
track to the scene and called Con- for the night. Mr. Faulkner 0.>
stable Scarborough. The drum. .( that It was financially Into. not playing vanity baaketball. there la nothing to warn truck driver ganlted another !squadron ft tt
for Itt tire fighting equipment
aaaollne were burning like blow possible of the rule. piano and sent them to Belle Olada.where .

torehea. and at the request ef the to continue the Increasingly The .pvunoll.appropriated" IIS for he condueUit! extensive aerial

fire department the constable shot frequent run Into the country without REDLATOAYSHEROONIGHT aterluli f and ikllled labor needed dining oprratlofl before caning

hole In the bottom of the drum t* tome remuneration for wear and In addition to material lad unskilled here

allow the gasoline to run out. Shortly tear on the equipment that I* tai ,. labor available from FERA! for fin- \Vdneday growers brenn seven.

after that the fir eubaldcd. The being worn out. Inning the exterior ot the bathhouse log their teed, beds and their crepe

remain of Bagwell were found between Separate and apart from thla a. It the tnunliilpal wlmmlDC pool.A aa much a. puatbl*. Muj ferll-

tbMIa.hbo.rd and the front lion, a commute was appointed to blanket life Insurance proposal User eacka, roofing paper anti print
with the Bedland District Key West Basketeers
seat and It was believed probable confer for city official, employee* and paper wars Proceed Into service

that h* wa crushed to death by the Chamber of Commerce and other or- Coming to Homestead member of the sky council, premiums When the official thermometer at

,rank. A coroner' Jury completing ganltallon of the district to Hit the for Game Next Week U> be deducted from the all. the Subtropical Baporlment: Htatli n
.r Ita Inquest Wednesday night returned needs of the district aria of the employee who agree to reported a minimum tprnporntur otIT

a verdict of accidental death to the county oomralMlon before the It. was held over for another meeting degree early i..al.......y mornlneceverlngup
Homestead Ana Dedland high
Then were tight If-millon drum. year' budget I* beUII.Pro while the wishes ef all who are eligible efforts were iwtfwUnlMany .
t. C. Zamoraprofessor oflaw schools Will renew their old rivalry
Of gasoline on the trwk. Evidence for It are ascertained. The farmer whom plant were
at the Calvtnlty of Havana, on the basketball floor tonight with
that the fire Was cauted by xplo- monthly premium ot the wholesale not too bit and brittle plowed clods
visiting professor the second of the season between
who la at saute
lion of One or more of the tank waa Insurance would b* II Dents per of dirt Wet thetr).
of Latlrt-Amfrican Institutions at the two team to be played
wen In the fact that the bead of thounnd dollars ef Inauranc Suite bean farmer started pkk-
the University at Ulaml. was the tonight at the Homestead gym. Red-
Mm of the electrically welded Ing this werk. and moro are planning
drum had' been blown completely guest tpeaker W subject was the land won over Homestead In the Judge A. B. Small to SpeakTo to start next week Tnnatn
development ol International understanding envious engagement ...It. In a
ear. will begin coming In from UK middle
and p and bard.fought game In the Rodland RD.LA.lnLog Tavern
VJ.'a'-: of next month until the first po'tof
greatest object Interoat gym before the holiday Sine that
Nelson Commissioned Judge A. 0.-1 of Miami March With the plnelaod ewyit
llonal Dr. tamer was Introducedby time both teama hare fared badlyIn
Special U. S. Attorney Professor J. T Holdiworth, dean competition with other schools Judge of the civil court of record ruined by the freda of a month ftro,

I of the school ef business administration but when Redlaad and Homestead and lone pI"minaret *. a leader )in damage from a second free al this
time would/ have bit. the farmer if
i Walter R. Nelson former city ef the University of Miami. play each other It I Ia always a good, the Riverside Improvement AssodaUse
.f Miami. will address the Red this totality a blow' from whirls the
attorney of Homestead received hard, clean gam.A "B" tar gaaat
community would have been longtime
his commission aa a United States Postponed R.D.A.C. Play will start at T:'0. land District Improvement Aworla- a
Homestead will play Key Wt liOn at a meeting to be held Monday In recovering.
attorney I In the department of lu* To De Given Thursday :
tic for special work under the attorney high on the Homestead court either night. at the I
general, with headquarter "Uama'a Baby Boy"; a thr*...ol Tuaedur or Wednesday night depending Dixie Highway south of Princeton TilE WEATHER

bl Miami. comedy drama, will be prevented by \ on the date of the arrivalof His subject will bl "The Cummu-!

District Atnletlo Club the Concha. Lat week the local ally ....lrl\." /
jar Peleon. who I Is 41 years old.am the Pedland .
0"1 wwlkse rupwt of tha ....,.r".1
Hchedaled entertainers.
to Homestead 11 year ago la the Neva King Cooper School went to Key West and were snowed sit .
I and _became aaeeelatd with Ernest auditorium Thureday Jan. II. at I under by a superior t..... .1.U. Cheated Davis. Miami whl.tler. and Ns.weeadYk.W.

I P. Roberta, who wa then and to p. m. The play I* under the direction Tuesday Homestead lost to FortLanderdal Mrs. Steve Brodle In vocal and In- DOW IT'=IT r't..r:

I now city attorney at Haraeetead.under of Via Haael Hook whocoached *. at Leuderdale. ''-'.. etrumenlal number -

th* firm name of Robert awl the successful "Maaquendln Redland bas .It open dale Tuee- Assurance that the blind corner Jan. II '--':.'' 11 It I1e.,t ;

elimination work would b J.a. 11 .,..., U II 10,1 .IS
Nelaon. Mr. Nelson. later "served Vive (or the R.D.A.C. Jut day. Redbuid tort to Ida M. Flahtr approved I '

(wo' term a* city attorney About ,.*.r. at Miami Beach. 11-11. Friday a* an FEKA project baa been given Jan. at ...._.. 10 7n11.

two yean ego he moved to Miami The play was to be presented laOccembor night and to Miami High at Mlam by Administrator W. H. Green Jaa. .; 14 I n 3" It

where he has office: for himself and but It waa postponed until Tuesday, IS-H. TUdlaad idol at the aid \V. W Johniiun prealdent of I J.IU f 81 I U J" 'I'

for Robert and Nelson In the Con. after the holiday oa account of half in.T but could not bold UM advantage the Improvement Avcltlon, rOl- JAIL U ,.. 111() In

Face building. oU weather. t. rday. 'a. J. n I 47 JII' U 6

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Page Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, January 25. 1935. .

,I'1 1r Mn H M Brown. Mr and 11ft.1
Durranoe Mm Brown and Chat P,

In and Around i Mr.Marathon Brown Brown motored where ought to he Maieeumbe tat I* ..{.ferry wh..I'1' Homestead Grocery :

Mr. and Mr Oeear down of
Homestead ami war Sunday guests at th* .. III'j

L Joe :Done* expects to wall ashort AND
business trip to Pittsburgh i
I Mr. and Mr L. A. Wle* war Baumcarncr Mia Irma Baunnarsr Pa /
t palled to Uepalbah, Oa.. Tuesday to and Will Baumtarnar, all of Fort
tttended'. the funeral of lire.VIM. Lauderdale, war Sunday visitors .fMr week Mr.from and the 1In.hum Schmidt of Mr.moved and Mr last*. ROUND STEAK lb. . .. .. .. 25c 1
:\ brotber-tn-law M Usher who .
and Mrs. Jack Polk.
J. H. Simmons to the home of Mr
died Monday. Mr Usher with Mr*. ......
and Fred liens on W. Palm
i t usher visited Mr. and Mn Wise In8om..toed lira P B Br. left Sun avenue. Mr. Schmidt .ta reportedto PICNIC HANS & . .... 20c
Several rears .... day for Jackvonvllle for a visit withmlatlvM
be roovrin from an Infection
H. t Bailey and his. wn. Goo. which followed the removal of a
Bailey! both of Columbus, Mta. arrived Mr. and Mrs Robert Olenn. Jr. tooth. SPARERIBS lb. .. ... .. 17c
hut weak t* spend the winter .f Hollywood ar* now making their Mr*. Johnny-Becker has returned
with Mr. Balley'a *on-la-laW, and home In Homestead with Mr. Otenn'i from a three-day visit with bar aletor -
daughter. Mr. and Mr*. A. C Dup. parents. ..,. and Mr*. Robert Glenn. Mia Infebort Mattaon at the '
sty lode at Royal Palm.But Park.
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a Beam ajrf his n, "'bItM).
have been 111 with Influence ""
Leo Dlahop Jr. who I* employedIn this
a department stop In Charlotte. week NARANJA
N. C., arrived Tuesday for a Mr*. II. II. tnhmny Correspondent
weak vacation with his. parent. Mr. Mr*. U. J h.ph.rcot Florida wwwwwwwBilly RIB STIDV BEEF .,. .. 25c
City spent Friday with Redland
and Mr Leo BUhop visited Cutler
Mend*. Baker In Saturday
with his mother, Mrs. Ruth
4 Mr and Mrs. Charles Re ofBoonevllle Iva Drat pent the weekend with Boot, who recently arrived from ROLL BUTTER lb. . ... .. 37c
: Ind., ...
WHO have been Kant Miller In Miami.FLORIDA New Tork.Klnsey .
{ Iing Mr. Iteeer' mother Mr*. M. _

M Booth.Rr this'and his sister, Mr. Job CITY Watt and Kenneth Kyle ONIONS 31bs . . . . 14c
week ten early this have returned from a business trip .
,t morning to return to their horn Mn W. W. Severs, Correspondent to Atlanta.Mr. .

s Mr and ...,;:-Frand:: Du r wb. In honor of the birthday Miniverarr and Mn. J. William of Miami Flour White I Ibs 33cIbs ,;

I, arrived on Eaat, have several Kings porchfcd weak Highway*the ago Legg from grove Virginia of evenlnir the RM'. Dr.B L and Getman.Mrs. 8 Monday B. erecting hays a moved filling to elation Naranja on the and high an Ring {16 :::.:.:::.:: 63cCARROTS&TURNIPS2bunchesl5c

Shield surprised. him with a birthday
,. Manuel Ramlm arrived but weekto dinner. The centerpiece wa way.Mr. and Mr.. T. B Wheeler of
Join t.r.... Ramlre who has .boon a birthday Cake bearing candle that Miami and their children and
e her vlaliing her parents Mr and formed the figures "7Coven (Continued on Pat" Three) J.I!
t' Mr*. H. J. Teah. for the put ah were laid for Mr. and Mr*. 8hl l.U,
month Mr Rninlre I* a profolonal Mm. H. B Potter and Mr Oetmcn I RICE 5 lbs-------------------- 25c
hypnotist and l Illualonlat.Mr I '
Word was received hy Mr Cha
and Mr.. A Burker of Daltl Kckr that her *on.In.law. Bruno RedlandsCafe'"nle
more who lived her twonty-flv Btollnakl/ l. I I. recovering from an attack .I TOMATO SOUP 3 cans .. . 25c
years ago cam down recently from of pneumonia at his home In .\ N""'.... lYop
Miami where they are spending the I Chicago.Mr. .
eeaaon to Visit' old friend' In the dla-. Regular Dinner 50c i
trlct. and Mra. musters who have :
Coffee Ground 25c
I been auylnf at the Walter Bchutt
"" Plate Lunch 35c
Mr : :K: I house Tenth .
and Mrs C Hall of Hallan. on street plan to leave vi i
dole spent Monday" with Mn Hnlla I lOOn for their home Walled Lake.
J cini.lna, Mr.and Mr*. Jo*. R. Byrum. I Mich. PROMPT a la CARTE ,

r Mra. tItonnl'--;; Topeka Kan, West Mr.Palm and Mn Beach B spent A. nurrance the week ot" I SERVICE MACKEREL 3 cans. .. .. = 25c

tier daughter, Mr Ruth Helms Mn end with 111.... Dumnce'a mother.

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HURT BY TRUCK Peter I Bauer former winter rodent .\, f
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of Florida City, 41..11,' bin
L. B Lamb Unconscious home In Detroit on Jan. IT. ...'".0\
for Hours but Now Ableto In*' to word received by friends her*.
Continued trots Page Two Mr. Bauer, who was a retired drug
Map Work 'Baxter of Toronto Canada Ur*. glut, and M.... Pause wm to Flail
I Wheeler' tether spent Sunday da City la the tall of 111 and durIng .
I B. Lamb. Dec Moines 10"'. with Mr. and >>ra. J. C. tlobaon. that cerise and the following
how and fair promoter who awlat- season which they spent In .I'Iori4a
set In the management ot the Red. Aubrey: Andrews, nephew ot Mr. Qty mad a wM circle or friends l
land District Fruit Festival hut year and Mr*. a. W. Draggers, left Bun- III the dial riot. Mont of their winters -
and had returned to ITometteod to day Matt for hU bomB at Oobbtown, In recent yearn have been spent I '
help with the lit festival which a*. III Mia..... Mr Hauer had been III'III
win b* held lint '
month Wile painfully
health for many year
but not critically Injured'II" Mra. R. C. Jackson and family Its I* survived by his wife Emits Pillsbury's j
ardor night when he was ( returned Sunday night from Chan. Flour Z9c !
a truck as ho was crossing North nel Rive where they had pent a few : 5 Ib. pkff.
day. afro Mo Hlteboock Instructed -
Jerome avenue just south of the In- days with Mr. Jackson.Several .
' turmtlon of Second ......t. ParrtnhTeen. the gr,up In making barrel chairsand
If, of Homestead WM the Naranja renMenoe were .hoa.bole *toola.Mr .
drlsdT of the trurk.tlnooneelou. threatened with destruction by. a *. Ida Green Of Miami and Mr*. Sugar Cloth DatrlOlbs. 47c !
when taken to Pmt forest tire Sunday! but by hard worle J-ont of Massachusetts were call- .
Gradual hospital, Mr. Lamb reemolned local men not the fire subdued lust pro la the A. W. McVkiker home d
In that condition for several ae the fire I'epirtment from Homestead londay.Bethy.
hour At tint It WM feared that arrived In help. 1 Irish Cobbler 10 lbs. :
his skull had been fractured, but Anderson, youngest child of
later It was found that a bruuwd Mr and Mr W.. Kama and Mr. awl Mr*. Ira Andereon wa
lump" an that head was the wont daughter spent Friday evening at painfully. burned Monday. : Potatoes :l.Sc '
Injury Immediately apparent He the home of Mr. and Mrs Q. W. "
alao Contained brubea. and "..klnned"p. Moody, Mra. Annie lUnderaon of Coconut [
.... drove I* living In one of the
about .
the ten fact
body and "'""'
; James Walker houeea for th, wlnt iISN'T ; Crushed No. 2 can
tan.Mr. -'i "i ('ETONI I
Lamb was discharged from
the hospital Tuesday night and We.1netday .. ''M.... A. W. MrVkker Correspondent 1 iIgNa. Pineapple J'.5c !
morning I though vary weak ,
and full of pain. was mapping out Norman Benson who bu been IT THE TRUTH 1 ?
bee part ot the festival promotionAnd away: several months la at home .
planning to atari uelunl work again wltb his parents, Mr and Canova or SenateCoffee lb.

next week. Mra. J. H. Benaon + .., +W'rtbOR
''I'e.h was held at the police etatlon r Vacuum
for questioning, but was reltwa- M.... Henry Hitchcock of Bay E3gAUTY1SAKI Packed Z9c I 1 1Sandy's
ad Inter. Mr. Lamb sold the youth City Mich., arrived Sunday: to spend
a* he approached the corner swung ha winter with her aider. MnLawrence _
In sharply toward the curb to make C. Smith. or Evercady 2 tall cans
a tr turn and evidently: did not see t
Lamb, who had started from the Mr. and Mr Fischer of Campbell
out aide of Krome treat and Bay View drive are add Food
avenue toward ( o Dog J'.SCI}
the tilling elation on the opposite ling several rooms to their home and
'nutalllng modern convenience
aide of the atreet Mr. and )Ira.
Lamb and thrir daughter Mine Her- Mr. and] K.... B. D. Smith are on AND CoSTlC3 If ROM FANCY' CORAlS I lb. NO. P CAN a for r

nice the are camping In their house ear erUlnlno one ot Mr. Bmlth'g alaten .e RICE ... "". ....... 23c T031ATOES .. 25c
on vacant property at the rear *
tram the west coast
of the Kauaman building. *1MACYr : U08'' I cans MIIKY-mlF.1J a .......

Lions to Meet in "Den" Springs Mra. ,C.Fla.L.. I* Frailer visiting her ot alater.White TOMATO JUICE. 2k: WHEAT .................. -2ic: 1

: ,For First Time TuesdayNext Mrs C N. Ilendenon. e.F.f N. B. ('0.'. fpka.KTloETT No. aH can :

: ''I'UN4a-i'h\;; meeting of The Home Demonstration Club CRACKERS ".......... 25c PEARS .................... 21c :

the Lions Club of the Redlani Die held a work meeting In the home GOUIEN KEY 5".. I'I'\SI'T: lb. Joy .J'v

the trlot,fast a ladl meeting.' night held event In the will club'snewlycompleted be of Mr. and Mrs. J L. Murray Tu*.. MILK ...... .....,'..... 33c BUTTER .................. 14c f

"den", although the
formal opening will be deferred to ( Fresh Ground l\lilk.Fed i
some later date, announced W. LFisk.
chairman of the program comniltte PI Sausage Meat Chickens ;
at the meetingheld Tuesday RiO
of this week at the Silver Palm Community Lovely warner hare used beauty 111. 4 lb. avl'. each ;
Church-recreation building. EN aide Cure the time ef flrapalra
Tom Llndmy. manager ot the Bee but through albs age they: never :lic: 97c
Dee Supply: Co. of Homeatead. wu discovered any: eoMnptlra. anperl-
the guest apeaker. He told of bU or to those handled by LILES'. :
RICE a Ills OCTAGON a eons
tint tomato crop at Homeefead, 14 Thin Ilnuiwil Place hrlpa you
ere*. which ha said he and hla partner I LOOK and rEEL four beat BANANAS ......r.... 12c CLEANSER .......... 12c [
started on HBO and from whlth
they got $1,800 apiece WISEUP a lbs I plo.o. i

"But w* didn't spend much moneyon APPLES .................. 19c SUIEIt-SUDS ...... 25cREOWU r
overhead." he eald. "In modern GeneralPublic I'
dot r.\LfOLI\'E 4 bars
farming we apend more moneyIn I Jif
pulling In the crop than our returns v. ORANGES .............. 15e SOAP ...................... 19c
will warrant. W* should Utilities '
farm cheaper and take It moro te a I I I IIImE GROWN a bunches OCTtON 4 IIIIUIII lien

tualnmn proportion Instead of aIAmbl. Homestead Phone M -ll PHARMACY CARROTS .............. 15c SOAP ........................ Dc
.* a WIN I I I Shoulder lb.
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From Best
r e 'I Heavy Beef Z3c

Armour's Star lb.

YOU SAVE MONEY I-- Picnic Hams J'.9c i Ii I

-.tL Plates lb. t

by using best quality fertilizer. I W. Bacon IScI I

We invite of :
:, your inspection Sliced Breakfasts

, potato crops grown with t BACON, lb. 33c i'

" Creamery Ib.

V- C FertilizerHECTOR a. Butter Print: 37c !


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a Pace Four THE tFADER..ENTEnPRISE Friday, January 25, 1033. B
TEELEADER-ENIERFEiSE I ... how, alway snot In* will Cot hold her Utontand of It.lI
: > THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER f**, will U mart m*> I Mtrle .
J'u1ltWwd Predate .I tl-.. I I .. ...**. Mi*, f t). *W- TIM State Dee Keeper Association !
Mead, n*, by Uw Kraia 0d **>.> I BT MM. U k HOW, UBRAIUaj report while' will *resent America largest bunny 1: If:
NAWS Oft. I __ n. ______ __ u __ __ i &ealy WMde worthr show to rival the txnthry exponliton: i / '* building declare that I which hu. been the largest held In
BEN ARCHED .. I UMARf UOtTM. We like these *lft* from far awa handicrafts bill\-, the trotted Iltates for .
I new many
.... year
tt4MN"."9:...11et I s00.0t they ION M closer W out MWmen. < I i;
tat red a* troornl slow) mn I II J.i/ 'a.1 li.ro'ta.. .

utter llatrH II, it It, a| ate pal Row what la your real opinion o f
; of tt.. at HmiMMtmid, IlorUla Md fIh4 Wallets McF1 l I. called the martr the thief who Mot the little 101
t art of Hanb .. !.?/. story teller of the ML till eke r, Jar of money from the librarianeik 1ItI1iI"" t''Ull'.aI-.4
II' and gnUMttatMr were lea explain* and the HUM putt board il
f Boa. nucn li.'"* A tyc.n and ti*, (irmeetf' ..WM aot* at set, in of rental manor front the desk drawft BRED-RITE
... a thru*raatd eqnar rigger homeward 11i. printer Man Mush
bound from India The Donbteday print my optnlon. Out hard .)' -=''IIQ--- ""yt 1"--
tt UFA oon 19 MttVfi tor look Club selected McFe.'. ate In afore far that thief: the mony 1 :
By llr. Win. 4. Carter gallon or Fortune for Its January will bring lit lasting happiness. r
We heaps tit rt from earthly book. William MeFe knew Ml nb'l
;i thl one whk-h the Ion *. the seas. the '**een ***." you think 'l r.
rum weary "* today because they have always been
I Then comes the whisper thru the you know and moft In every port Florida Fair Will Open N let
I : trees In little til find a lIor,. Of Into. book the Idea-to the best .'ID.
quiet Cong At Tampa 8 a. III. Tuesday one produce possible
\ Bo mill and ealm It newer la .heard Now York Run my: Any notful of : .apad
till tale by William MtPoo to bound to which would be equal to the
amen roIInt one reputa.
ti << ; throng Tamp, Jaw 14-With flair ot6aen I'w.
bo a rich ham for Miter of the *e* Ids
?i t Th stint prepared hear only Odd and amateur *f adventur '..11 ra exhibiting nations. flying amid f Florida's oldest seed housed Customers ....
.'. the blaring et ...... band and the ,
and wads* of aavel wuinevAl of Fortune our latent catch contain i fit
t 1 trouble take their night away com of hi. but yarn" Wehave ear shriek. the of twentieth high speed annual motor Florida racing Kilgore's seeds with perfect confidence ,,,",
} r when Love I* whispering thing the book now
State raft win the their ground has extended Curi'
m..III..1 awing open irate proving over
{ I And telling M a fount from which Mart (Gapplek it!
Id the pabtl beat ou.n
Tuesday morning
all antuifartlon 1'I'In.. Plfh.", published U Key Nest I*
t omolhlnc to .blrb. all Florida may at I o'clock for eleven' day and of the state under every possible con. ;.:
p i +. It .Hil<-. o'ef the waiting soul just point with ......... and a mapuln to / flight. of harvest festival celebration. for over 25 years. bb
( like the morning dew. which an true FlnHdUiui should Bend no
Al bring a meawsc thra the air ,their yearly aubwriptlon. However With fair weather prevailing more adthi
II' Ihit thrill you thru and thru I rood a nme..rtit may be of IteeM It r than half a million people' will pan
". 1 All :Viiur, ..>'*, 'How can you I realty need Mtwrtben.ft through" the turnetlle*, Oeneral 1If.... ,
morn" when Md to loving yoaf *.Ueaemtw: rmfitor M Path M *.*r P. T Strleder predict Every all
\ I tally a Dart Comfy number anJwturn avahtWeipac.. .( eahlMl and eomwieralal MItu
j I 01'Titoou nxiRtu ww'rrKTitle : wholly t. gala county writ concessions bmt been renerrK Kilgore Seed Co. ? ,
er. Article. hon stories and: | while whole bnlldlngi ar to be '"
i I rear the 'Wnow Florida Bret. .
I pam ->'ou art sure to find something occupied by the Pan American Ell: ads
ter Week" will l LIt celebrated during
I you llkr Tau will find copiesof paMUon. the Florida Century of1'rogrtw Itsto
\ the week of rtbrnao I'll. amiaatorliitnl
",'at..." In the Ultl reading room Exhibit and the cigar menu, FLA.PHONE 63
wMI tt nlll be nnnthercvMuuilon rwiurer \
I it. the Ubrtry.I dlspl.y.USE an1vn
f of fqml Im""r..j.. ." I'rail* 101........' la the title. of a
I that of outdoor Florida Meek the
....., II Mile hook of poem mt B*; with the MANGANESE I
latter n movement I I".t. b>' the :
) at It
'ompllmento the author L. FA
Florid Kedeiuilim of Women a
:t C10b. nny Iht atilt, (l h.rnhef ofhrliiMl Harrington. of Lakfleld mr
(our Potli' Corner trow In
4, 1 / Comment.. .*. *tm,fiiPrclH 1 obis/ orftntaalkm like hate'. Mi been tenw written. full of the Florida Better Food Store RAN alit Ind
( ( I
luncheon lube women. noon. and Daybreak seems aim. U I littre
I clubs and cartoon Florida graaptwill b* the name daybreak we knew coot
C this year. again n" hi/rom: 1 1t II ng up cross the east glad ym- INDEPENDENT GROCERY Ins
men' effort to .learn of their ,
more phony of Color" will tag at thekparts I
f etui' and at the tame time enjoymart of known fins -
who baa
'I *f Its outdoor bla",.",.. s.pole| (rt. one III bleoi. tM deep. g(*.M I' CHEESE :Cash' Rib Stew Piteai
of atmmer and Jack. Freei* vivid let
f' the i"' w motet-thabtff> '.llow..tn4 'red*. Whereve you out
The f ictory--th* aaluon.The spent your youth, you will fret I alt lb. : .t..23C Specials lb. .. .121/20. list
'raoJlk't-tht dfdnkaM.I.I b> homnlfk when you read "Counx II I
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.1.1 I In the Amherst flec-ofd. t ,ttoaitliwltt trio

"j Hamburger PORK LOIN ROAST Chuck Roast p air!"

Inrlinn rJdIf a .
n d

7) 1 Phil lb. . :l5c Averago lb. Z3c lb. 9 e lSc: 1PorkkShoulder aq.1.1 alp

: tl, \ ; :.< l iIf Pr Picnic Hams Veal Roast to be fro.n


.(' 'J. : a"'f'::: lb. 22c lb. l9c: lb. .18c -NIl

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j. !r; r,) f:: ,')iy; ...!. Del Monte Bisquick Kellogg Osceola

r. Coffee r.ra.
Coffee PEP
tl I Orioles
JAM with relish hale 1act

I j l! / r pdt Ib e :JOe Its' e kg.JSc: 2 pkgsZSc I lb. 'FS'Cr dl us. '

Orerses be

I' ll I DEA 'Z i Pillsbury Cloth Bag Blue Rose Relish or' nrlA the
f II lUlJ7l c:::
l I freM Ik'* *M of l Ideal f(rtiDf*rl are Mtuht FLOUR Sugar' RICE Mayonnaise Oil
't ..iOif. |, .*trident that yet hove only Ie lot
a>. them ages |,Mi. to bacteria convinced that 5 Ibs. 2 Jars Z7c121h11.
j ftwf Mw |pM .a extra measure .f ju lity.rediKliig 61bs. ............ 35c Z4c 5 Ibs. 24c are
E nlu' *. I III formula Ideal Fertiliser rill
U...."'ed and adjusted| exactly" to Florida'l ......,.......65 .mu.II'S CRISCO Otttr.
i fop end tat. ".. Tkol'l way they are MIn rllU.Lrrs
.tor.t 2. ibs.! ..........$t.It'I Tomato Juice Carrots kid
*eta"NAy yeast,seism hit Mrt t Tomato Soup 3tb. cn SSc set
.. f'-l' low aged Idea Fertilizer& Tam Spaghetti Pea Soup ate
r on..so.. have lamed from .<,.t1tIlCI that Oversea Green the
I Pork & Deans Bean Soup Oversea
they are ollif1y affective M producingFaTawr tal
, large yields and iiwlily crops. .HM kind that LIMA' BEAN It
llwv rfit. Ut the >D rM tt tkMgrowtn ; can 'Sc 2 for ':l3c fjj tin
I. kelp you Solve JOUr hrrUilaV troWeni.U ; I. cat'
t, >* Ideal Fertilifin. Writ foil (opr.f sit can 16c eel
r MW booklet"frofrtobl flood Track Cnft." Myles Pink 21cfH1t.t1E thepa
{ Tim following, Ideal Brands have produced '
' i aplrmlhl results In your aertUm nO i SALT Salmon ', till
Ideal 57.5 Grower

: Scmlnde Vegetable Grower 2 cans 28c 3 :lOc 2 cans .25c Bananas l. w till fl

-.LSON. 6 TOOMn fElTluzra NJeckno.rille Irish 3 lose 1.3c
Juicy Red Sweet
: Florida New" Green tea =

DEANS .....- tOe Potatoes Potatoes Kirk' I" W. a for

SOAP ................9c di'an.

I I 1 t SOAP GIanP. .0. :.. ......d...9c Jar 10 Ibs. :lSc 5 Ibs. 15c 2 pkg6OYYDOL '.

.l- ........9c
( Oversea Oversea Scully'

f SELLING AGENT Apples CORN Kraut GlArE JAM ""1pie*

ROBERT S. DUNN. Homestead and. VrlnC'etan

r ''Mn.rZR T. MERCER, Manager Coral < .b Dntnch' 5, Ibs. Z9c 2 cuss 35c N..2 can J.c jar. Z5c J4' 1


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FridaY' January 25 191'J.'

_ Dr. Fairchild Sees Redland District d Death Claims FatherOf I-AjMtackeeelai two a 'A th. Roy.
SERMON TOPICS P'ruoIotaltonal4 ol &!.M.m.
i1'; As Experiment Lab for New Foods .IMrI George Wakeficld I;and Earl Wakefleld of Galveston
alee of .
BlrnsT Tex**, a brother John Ape.lacbkwlo.
i:: cmncn George N. WaketMd vocational and eight graiMhihlldron.
; :
(Continued Ig. On| yon ..Morning pennant "('om8ah.atlunR agriculture tnatrirtor In Homeetead
II'. I George B Reed of :Rcdland read
pMe High returned Tuesday from
llgh sample for his audience. ; evening Sorrow
a group of poem on home and ear "The lenity of Ufe." Apalachicola where tie wu called
given ind demonstrated by him. JOHN 0. BALLET POST NO. 41
ten by Nan Terrell
Reed Of New Sunday ..> the death ef hi* father
Rub inside: of noted bowl with. Haven Conn, a personal Mend of CHRISTIAN SCIENCE flltlMII Frank B. Wakeftold at his hOme AMERICAN LEGION
gnr the Garden Club' president Mr, Sub there. Its had been Ul for month Meets tnt sad third) Wednesday
Maah Into bowl a few leave of I nr.otIlU..Joont"t..tb
Itt Ceylon carry leaf t.... ,Craah a J. Shepherd. At the COM! of Her ." '. and dean was not nnespectod. Burial e *. lILt Amerieu LtoI1oIa BWg
reading Mr* Reed, with a neat took place on Monday.
to bowl the lute* front one or twonull (old poet office) South Krome Are,
little ipeeob In rhyme, presented a "1..0'110.t1ft Other survivors are the widow; a HwieMead, Fla.
rod pepper without allowing ('OStMCNITYCHURCH
lignum vitae gavel mad by her hue- daughter MM Olive Wakefield of
ieed* ta .eeotp AM a. pinch' or band to Mr*. Shepherd "to upercede
Wi of dried rosemary 1M,..*. a dash the coffee can lid which the III'M"| Jam IT-Or, Orville L Davie ,
f grains of paradise (I greatly prt. dent has been using for a gavel". wHI talk it I'JM (. league and
.1 tonrilment of the tlth century Mr*. J. D. Redd gave 4 piano solo will pmrb a4 ISO.iiOMF.ETIIA .
i HUM black pepper Juice of
ont and Mrs Lewis ----
Brandenburg Sang
mono, a little wet basil extract twit .ooi. : D METHODIST
n,vinegar I teaspoonful Mil, 1 tea- rillRtliJan. iRNERfs FUNERAL
spoonful vinegar' I teaspoonfuls Kiel I At" business Meeting .other In .
U-Mlftr "Th
oil. i leaf ol chive. Boat up the day, the Garden Club voted to meaeagei
Spirit ef Tnti* ape iph insole bychofc
droning until It emuhlfl. Tak.Ita.a. have an exhibit' at the Redland Dietrlct ender dlrertloi of llto
rat. AM t hard.boiled egg.fluely Fruit PectlvaL A general appeal I 14.... Evening meaeagn T*> ,
out end I site, finely eut Stir Will M mad to the people of Horn Ilold. Now"
droning and pour On inlntur eon.y stead to help apply the bunts andflowers 21 lour Ambulance Service

y lining one big avocado cut 'nto'eubd McwMry t. make a dbplay: rnESBTTERliN CHURCH
i or I tomato, quartered sufficiently good to Uphold the tluV LADY ATTRKIMNt
and sliced, and chopped lettuce. reputation of former year when Jan. ftT--Mitnrtng tnplrt The
The rewriting sated with its domination there was hot a, shortage due to Finality of the ChrtMlan Rellgkmi Phone &6l-R Homestead, Fla.No .
of delicate flavor wa pronounced frost and free**. evening worship at IJO.lkEDUM : .

.;I. delicious by thou who taiterf The tneettng of the club began In > COMMIMTT CHURCH matter what price femenl yen may trier the) oenlro wM
t ItDr. the forenoon and member attending Jan. equal that of the met orally, for wo render but on* Manoard
ST-Ilr. Orville I Davit
: 11' Fairchild told of the start of I of airtlie' Ute fhmit.
brought basket lunche Hill pnwctt it 11 a. at.
firthi plant Introduction garden In a -
ill nrr. plot on Brickell avenue in
Miami more than a third of century

,j ago Id removal to a M-aer* V-8 POWER FORD ECONOMY AND NOW
| ,r ,tract In Little River. which waa too is
stall and susceptible to frost and ,
its transfer at .but to What appearedto : .
be a large enough tract-(he 159
amen of Chapman Fluid.
"When I KM back front my lat
botanical. exploration trip' said Dr.
Fitlrrhlld, "t found the war depart
went had reduced Mid to H acre Cat Zone
\ in order to nflifc! tooted tot a bomS- !Jt Riding

ink Matloit. While II acre haw
line been M t rd IS Ma, he tract
I* all too small for tbs thousands ef e
tropical species w. need to be f row*

o Inc.
1 am oppoaed td taking/ Chapman w .
Field f n aerial 'bombing babe. because -
tat U the oe blf of weanorritory I .
most bullshit for tardeA i
such ai we hoed, end f want td en-

list yonr iymWlit-l cf'rot'' Otkfepinc Chapman plant Introduction i .
/ pnrpOMn. t aM letttnff
al pro In yean and I want, beforepass f
bill to tee eatabllfched. downsere ..
.''(rent garden big enough W groin
all(| the wonderful tired. ihrub
and flowfr Which w* hays taken
to much time And labor to father .
from different countries and big
enough to neal,,' thon that maybe
Introduced here for many year
to come "
An entertainment program preceded -
{Jr. Fall-child'' addma Mi. t

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At the Seminole i

_.. R .. Roi'R'_

Recording on the motion pk.tureScrota r '
.tie crowning ..,hlayeJ er.1 .r
a. century of' railroading, RKO-Ba- ..
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dld'C 'The Silver Ulreak" which will ': ,
be shown' hero IIIt.rda", bring to
the public the flint gllrnpaei of the
nw streamline train ef the Burl- AlR-roto
on m IYnUONt
I fig ten railroad the Burlington .
ZephyR rechrleteneo1 "IIU,.., tHreak ORCHESTRA, g.ie-af Bteal.go
tort the picture. riCO WAftlNC, T..t.4r IvooJcMCOLVMBUAETWOU.

Aside from its strong element of e : .
drama ''Tha Silver Streak" I. a
cinema show come of mooefrt Wonder
*. I", addition. to the fait new.

train' the first pictures of the TT MAKES no"diStttOCt where you lit la the new roominess.-Its flew eil1-pttUUtf brake
IWulder dam art brought to the
ae...",. The first seers of the ne* JL new Ford V-'. Oven back seat Passengers and clutch-its new, larger tirei-tbt safety of

Ifoffat tunnel that put Denver OR enjoy "the comfOrt tot a front cat ride.t Its welded, all-steel body and safety glass lO
till main line of a transcontinental
1( railroad and required twenty years It took major engineering development to around (at no extr.:*cost)1
14 build are Screened for the first
time. The great Invention of mad 1. make till possible-the Full-floating Springbasewith Low la first cost ; ; : more economical to

cat science, the Thinker respirator, Comfort Zone Seating. Notice how the operate than any other Ford ever built ; t i the
commonly called the "Irori lung",
that I* a boon to sufferers from lung springs are mounted Itjond the axles ( ; ; how 1935 Ford V-8 Is, at the same time, designed

paratyiU, also la shown for the first the seats are cradle }a the easy-riding zone time. BtenM of the Chicago
f World' fair where port of the. plo- between the ipriogi. Notice what a difference mobile value* See it today*

tare wa filmed, art to be keen Oth- this makes-ia ereryone's comfort!
of :scenic background Include the
famed Royal Gore and the beau But Comfort Zone Hiding is only one reason
Uful Colorado rlvtr country west of FORD V.8t35
o Denver. :why youll want a Ford V>8 in 19 3 5. Youll want

The love Interest. of the story I Ia It for Its V-, power-for the beauty of Its stream
carried out by Bully Elnh* U the '
daughter of the railroad preatdent. lined body and Interior appointments Its dad rplleleN &"....."we"'tihlewnd
and Charles Suirctt a* the young s $495 Rt1B.: rsli Co., sae.tlwshori.s/.
engineer. I'd. __ thane ;r"

TIM ft*rsrrtnteningClergyman father Who has just Redland Motors Inc.
> hip his baby christened "110m.."):

r "I 'U"suppose Homer t* your favorltormer ,

t to "PoetT If.. alrl I keep
..-Levishant and batons PHONE 21n t .. \c IEsrEAD..fL.t f.

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Page Six THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday, nary. 2a, 193S. .



/ educational luncheon of the .*. marriage of Miss Helen Qulm.

Women' Auxiliary of St. John. Mr*. J. I. Coker was performed at
I Social Events Episcopal Church wa held at the' ..*, Mr home of Mill Qulmby'e brother

home of Mr*. Lawrence Becker la lter-ln-law. Mr. and H.... J.

\ Florida City Wednesday when Mr. Mr*. B. Sunday afternoon by tile

Vercoe lira Becker'. mother waahoatww. the B. F. Tarr pastor of the Flori
... and Redland Community

;; FRIENDS SURPRISE MRS. M. P. WOLLAM guest speakers, who were al 11 .. Only relative and close
troor: Miami Included: Mn. W. OBeeklne were present.
rellflout educational (eereUry .. JJlII' Cave wa the bride'
for the south Florida dlooaeMr : and Mr. Cave wa the
Mr. M. P. Woll;m we surprised I :
BLARE *. Marian Kfrk representative man. Mn O I. Gault played
Monday afternoon by a party 01; RELATIVES of the Daughter of King; M.... Oeo. A "Dr""' ''' Chora from "Lohen
(riendH and fellow members of the 1I 1---- for
D Perrin Disk I Salt treaaurer of the mouth Florida U the wedding party entered
I Women' Mlitslonary Union of the I party at their diocese: Mrs K. Traver. delegate to I' ** room and stood under"' an
Drat Ilaptlst Church of Homestead I of
home In South Allavattah Saturdaynight the general oonventlon. Each dl- arch of fern for the
who dime to her home on EM In honor of Mr*. Blake' brotherlnlniv cued a different phase of the general I' The bride wa given In

Plights street to celebrate her birth g j jilaMr Mr. and Mr, convention which was held In of ,. by her brother.

day' analveresry.I Dresses, mM! !*t ;. Mr. *nMr d I Atlantic City lot year.Other .... wore 1pink net late
Mm C. N Walker Mr. Julli by
I *. Bdwardu! who left for their prevent were Mrs. Lee that had been worn by Mn.
Polk M. Catherine PIckard and soon
home In OrlfTon. H.. on Tueeday.Ehiterialnment H. Lehman. Mr. Hubert Potter
at her marriage fifteen years
Mr ,I, R Rutland gave reading. ..
and if.... Amelia Paullnly p" I wa furnished t>, Mm. J.... Black M... Edw. Billing and carried a bouquet of
talk on her mlwlonwy work In Hun- a group of colored field hand who I Mr*. H. L. (Cook M... W. J. Clark asters. The matron ot hon

sang ol1lrlluolo.nethment.. Mr*. Landon Carney Mr*. H. B.Bohalt .., Mn. a blue crepe dress and car
gary M.... E H Hlner Mr*. Frank pink ut....
After the program tin wen presented were cafeterla
Hautman Mr_. C. P. :Mr .
Jackson *
to Mm Wollam and openedby Kyle on the lawn from a table !, ..* present at the ceremony
Helen Hackler Mr MnBlakeiley .
her Among the gift won a decorated with sweet pea and greensprays. Wooding Orlan : Mr. and Mrs W. D. Coker,
Mrs. Merrill, Mia Ellen ,
large birthday take with candle. and later marshmallows of the bridegroom Mr. and
fluff and the Rev. C. R. Palmer
and this and other cake were terrd were touted over a bonfire. rec- Drew Martin brother and at*,
,. Pictures wen tor of the church. of the bride M.... Ellen
.. with cream. Other present were: Mr. and Mri. *
taken on the lawn. J. M. Holferty Mr. and Mr. Max h :: =, her mother, and Mr.. J. T.
others present beside how named .'oJISmlth. the Rev and Mr*. Frederick In .
j were: Mr R A. King. Mr*. W. Volbena, Mr. and Mr* Long, WITH MRS. ROBERTSON room bride lived In Homestead a 4 i

D. Mom. Mr. J. B. Tower Mr*. O. Mr. and Mr*. T. Paul Haley, Mr. The Arem Club met at the homeOf *. C. J. time In 1111 and returned
D. Burnt Mr*. I. C Vann Mr*. H. R Bolt Mr*. R. T. Burr Mr*. J. Mr*. W. F. A. Robertson In JI'Iorloda four month ago from Cler
J. Davis. :Mr. J. T. Vann. Mr W.Mall City Tuesday afternoon. After
Weldon, E. Ilemphlll. Athenet and N. H., where she had been
Mr*. I. It. Doreey. Mr*. Frank Robert Long, and Chas and Edw. the business meeting a social hour her home with her mother
Schneider Mm. 8. H. Fitch Mr. J. wa enjoyed and a naiad course was
T. LM Mr A. J. Van Mortar Mr*. served by the ho.t.... Coker ha been in Homestead

Holllstcr Sage, Mr*. F. L. Mcllwaln I Those preeent were: Mr*. Annie yean and wa Home*
PR. AND IIm"JI." g. WOLFE K first paid fireman. He has
Butler Mrs. Wayne Calkin, Mr*. I'H. officers.'L '
Mm H L Bowen Mr T D. Plche.Mr. ENTERTAIN AO BRIDGE CLUBDr. II the bat
on police force and
T. E. Aldrlrh. Mr*. Choosey Bob Harris Mr*. R W. Mullln. Mrs.J. .
and Mr H. 8. Wolfe entertained &.
employed by the arty In other
E. Davis, Mrs. Bert Branch Mrs.W. .
Saunders Mm J. Chambllns
Club 21 ....
the at their
Ag Bridge H* 1 II now convict
rhamplln M... O. I. Oault and I B. Cavet Mrs. J. B. Hurdee, Mr*
II .
home Tuesday evening. Miss Kathryn at the Dud County stockade
B. E. Altman Mra. W. B. Flower
Mr. Wollam' three daughter, Mr*. Tappenon and P. B. Bird won Miami.
L. Mr. Haberlandt Miss Helen Livingston -
L. I' Kendrick. Mr O.
W.ldronI I the high score prize for guests. and & II will live for the present at
Ulra Alice Macomber J'Nee
Wollam.Theme .
and Miss Marguerite: I Mr. and Mr*. J R. Brook won the Boy" home on North Krom
sending gift went Mr*. L Altman Jennie Lou Harris and Jen-
high score club prize and Mr. and and Fourth |treet.
I). ClIIII'I Mr*. F. N. Irwin Mr An- role Hardee. .
Ur* C. H. Bteffunl the second 1-
late Butler mid Mr*. R E. Edward ..*. .' A. MEETING i8 HELD
member of the ORANGE BIAS80M' FESTIVAL
Monday evening OF 11RGlNIFRICK
Quests. present were: Mr. and Mr*.
family and neighbors lathered at M P. Beagle, Mr. and Mr*. Bird. COMMITTEES ARE SELECTED 4- T. W. A.'* held their January
Mrs. H'ollam'i home for an eveningof Mr* W. C. Monroe and Miss. Tau- Mr.. Clna Stewart hoi been appointed school at the home of Virginia

card playing. Preeent were: ieron.Member. general chairman of the annual I- Katherine Harper WM In

Mr and M..... .Schneider, Mr*. Ruth preeent were Mr. and Orange Blossom Festival which of the devotional and of a
Jernlftan. Mr*. Kendrick Mrs. Wald the Woman' Club of the Redland In which she and Leila)
Mr*. OeD, Prick Mr. and Mrs. 8ta ir I-
ron, Mr*. rhamplln. Miss Wollam Hawkins, Mr. and Mr. Bt.lI'an",,11'111I00d In Its clubhouse and O. F. Ellen Vann Bobble Bum.
Orlando W. B. I ground Feb. (, I and 'T. The few
James and Woltam Mr. and Mr*. Brook. Dr. and Mr*. I, and Fern Robertson took!
Lnmpkln and John Buddy and DoroUu Wolfe and Mr*. Qeo. N. WakefMd. tlval will open at 10.10 a. m. each The hostess carved punch
Kendrick grandchildren. day and chicken dinner will be *.

served dally from 11 until t.Mr present were Mr.. Alvin
DANIEL MI'LLEN'EDS IAS BIRTHDAY PARTY .. Stewart' appointment wa Valera Fitch, Alta Vann,
MINK CAROLYN DAVIS mad it a special meeting held hut Bullard. Katherine Vann,
Jane Anne Martin daughter of .
Mra. Curtis Edwin tee e( Oould, Friday afternoon. Mr*. H. J. Armstrong : Harper, Ellen Vann Wlb
Mr. and Mr J. W. Martin was given II.
and II.... Charle Lloyd of Naranja was named secretary and Mr*. Edna Illggen, Hetty
a party In honor of her seventh I-
announce the marriage of their niece, E. A. Carter treasurer of the fettfr Helen West Bobble Summer
birthday Wednesday afternoon br t-
Edith Carolyn Davis, to Daniel Arthur val. Mr. Nellie Waldln wa placed Prick and Fern Robert-
her mother. A. color scheme of pink
Mullen. In Miami January II In.chtrg* of the booth and con. I Iloft.
and whit wa carried out In the I-
The bride who la the daughter of lower decoration, the white birthday coral and she wm be assisted byMre.
Armstrong who will supervise 11 HEART I'l.m
Mr and Mr* John Thomas Davis of
cake with Its pink candle the Mr*.
the arrangement ot the booth WORK MEETING
Wr lahtsville. (III., wa visiting her Ice cream and the candle Each of .
auntH at the time of her marriage.She Mr L. O. Boggles wa mad 11 member of the Sacred Heart
; the girl wa* given a aweet pea cor- Mr..
In a graduate of Wrlghtivlll program chairman; Mr* Seymour I held a work meeting In their
series of Internet
bOuquet. A
age U
High School Dane adv.rU.lIohalrm.n; L. Q.uggle I .* on Jan. IT when artificial
sing wa played.
The bridegroom I* the" eon of Mr. Those game preeent were AMell' Parman *, fruit exhibit chairman; and I '. for the church altar were
11 ;
and Mrs. Justin E. Mullen pioneer Shirley Mao Danny Jan M. A. Baker, vegetable exhibit chairman
.t the Redlund District. Ill I* tgrtuluiite Fuch, ElUnbeth Peterson AnnRh.n. and 1". F. A exhibit manager. I study Don Fernyra. hostess for the
Other committee* follow hospitality I served refreshment to
of TtMland' High School ..,, Marian and Virginia Nix- ,
and during his school career die Iris Dell Martin Edna J1'orto. Mr*. W. D. Mohan. Mr.. Wm. ..b. II I present: Mri. (]eo. Swan :Mn,

UnKul.hed himself In athletic en Ruth Ora"... Lonnie Home, John rodle, Mr*. Oeo. W. Turner, 8..., Scherr Mn. Thoe. Pane Mr*.

Mr and Wrp. Mullen are making Murphy. Billy Forte, Johnny Martin and Mr. M. J. Brownlow; Ire cream : II Smith. Mr.. Mlnnerly. Mr. W.

their home at the Mullen grave on and Johnny McLean.Permanent and sandwiches Mr*. Wayne Calk- I *, Mn. F. D. Whiting, Mr*.
Tennessee road. ins; flower, :Mr*. U. E. Martin and It .... II.... Lena Dlnatelll and
___ H"_'"" H'"H' Mr*. Cha*. Turner; decoration: Mr*. I of BcanellL



six tables of bridge were In play .
.t flip Cumiw Club meeting Thursday Croquignolc or Spiral

evening of .toot week at the home of
Mr and Mm. J. H. Webater. Mr*. $5.00 $7.00NEWEST li! for SHE KNOWS the

IL \!:. Behalf and W. K. Walton won M /

the high score prizes for club members METHODS OF IUIR n "lt .

P. MoDanlel the high More priae W

for guest.
The guests! .!Included: Mr. and Mr*. Finger ws.ingFacial.MaslemingMareeltng. SKIN CARET
Frank Skill Mr. and Mr. A. F. Arthur

Or. and M.... H. 8. Wolf and
By experienced opentonrn
Mr. and Mr*. Victor.

Mr Member*. Frank Hauiman present werei Mr. and J>r.. Mr and.. Mm location RY a few days with the regular care of Cara Nome. Then

Lee H. Lehman. Mr. and Mr*. C J. MAE MORRIS BEAUTY see how soon your friends will notice your radiant beauty.
11:. I 1,.
Parman. Mr. and Mr* H Blner
For the Cara Nome method is the result of scientific !
r Mr. and Mr*. Walton Mr. and Mr*. SHOFPE

chair.' Mr and Mr Webster Mra knowledge about skins-incorporated into the newest formulas. 1
Flower BId Phone l....
B. A. Ammo and Mr. and Mr. Mo-
Daniel i Try Cara Nome. k


5 coot

THERMIQUC: Cara Nome Creams

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Croquignole Spiral a Combination- $6 $7 t




I Pat's Beauty Parlor Rexall StoreI rt

Hanat-e MILDRED PATTERSON. Second Floor Home Bldr.

Phone 1St-a

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Friday, January 25, 1935. THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paste Seven

/nIMNn ? ,w I"M' ,eM""YM W.N WMw Sunday school room but week. toad Mr* R J. Shepherd discussed

\ SOCIAL EVENTS Plan for an exhibit for tile Rd- tile Japanese navy Mn. J. U Dobbin .
land District Fruit Festival wr ADS
.,ww..,.....,mwn rwn.....-..".........- discussed but nothing definite wa and Mn. D. W. MMtaUa reviewed CLASSIFIED
LOCAL HEIIFKAII STAFF planned.GIZ1NE. newkpaper articles. Mr, *. Or*
.' INSTALLS CORIL OFFICERS Nt discussed the housing tttuatlt RATS: Fist Ineertloa 100 Sac; subsequent hwarttone.

Thunday evening officer ot Cora M\ AM NESPrEUAKT1CLES and problems arising In tile Mosaic So ft line.
,', ) Rebekah Lodge Mo It of Coconut REVIEWED FOR CLUB Shoals project, and Mia Lobdell reviewed
1 Grove were Installed by tin At Tueeday session at the study a magazine article on Adolph
,\ Goldle Wolf of Homestead. district cede of till Womaa Club of Home- Hlttar SALE w. a Koon HI N. W Kr.1 Sttt1

fr 1' deputy president, and an Installing ..........-.....................-............................................................ I i I.tO
[ f Unit from Homestead which eon f' : NOW HOUR) sewing machine 110 WATCH REPAIRING
ibted of: Mr*. Marjorie Seattle deputy electric) washing machine .
one Ear (
malvbal; Mra Blanche Chapman, 111. J. F. Dyehea, OBBoaU
deputy secretary; Mr*. Thelma Rad IMdland port offlc (pjll.(1) I REAL ESTATE
o ford deputy warden: Mrs. Edith C7 A.
Bailey. deputy treasurer: Mr*. Flor PIANO excellent ton, food oondtIhm REAL E8TAT1'Tloes who >taut
net Paoettl. deputy chaplain; Un i j Cheap tor ash. Mr Clara to buy or Mil Redland Dial riot
Cora Belle Orlnold deputy guardian; Homestead FlurUa.Prrncnt : VuWtnkl let real estate will find up to date
and Mr*. Gertrude Capllnger deputy ,
I lilting In our offlce Non of
mualclan this Coupon and tine and receive one full doe It.00 bottle of RHODH ISLAND *gg* fur eettlng these .ul
I Hating are at -nor
Little Iris Caplinger wa* special California Stomach Tablets .1'.1'I Satisfaction guaranteed Mrs Goo mal price, W* shall api n'' lat*
\ Raneon, Eut King Highway" sod
escort and aid to the deputy preal either
I your inquiries or your Hat-
Recommended for ULCERATED 8TOMUII: DlSPEPSIi IIEART. : Federal Highway UUtO)
dent and marabal Other escorts SLUM, AnD UVSrfcPSIl GASSINESS: and IXDJGIIITIOll.: i Inn, all of which will bone our
were: Mia Elisabeth Capllnger Mine best attention Now I* the time
I Sold absolute If nut mMIti. with results In W 1 GOOD USED Mectrlo refrigerators.Homestead
on an guannles.
Owes Field. Mia Mary Bell OlbbeIfteg to buy B. W. Morris. now anaoot-
Electrical Bftop (dgtf)
day, return to a* and money will be refunded. :
Katherine Vann Miss Louis :
aced with II A. Cameron. \ W.
Long Fltapatrkk Mine Katherine j CALIFORNIA TABLET CO. !! FOR 8ALE Mule, 110. Can try her let It. In Citizens Bank Hldg

Harper, Miss Alta Vann and MUM ATLANTA LOS ANGELES 1 1 day i. It Fitch. (dill) Phone Tl. to,tltf)
44 Jennie Tower L: !

I The NOON carried a silver moon : ...........:.................. .................. ... ........................._............ SETTING EGGS, Nw Hampshire ACREAGE AND GROVES
and even silver Mara, emblem ol ISBN Rd. II for tt Mr, Preston U CHARLES I. BROOKS .\....Inltn* In
the degree The deputy officers Lee Gould. Flo. Will) Redland properUe

and official. were dressed In white Purchasers are In MIAMI -i list
FOR 8ALB-Sewing maahlnee
I and the escorts In pastel tint with a broker ;you know '<> be aREDLAND8 >
f til.10 and up. Machine tor rent
Other attending from Homestead BOt>BTBR.
I were Mr and Mr*. Ralph MoonMr YOUR SOILSPresent 14 and IS a no C. P. Bauoom ..toolb' Bend your listing with I legal, d*>
s .. opposite F B. C. elation .
.'. *. Maud Simmons. Mir Moon nP/t) I etrlptlon cf tend price. tr tua.. etcjmd
Harry D' Wolf and Chan T. Harp. poatal and I will "1111. "c give
*r. FOR RENTFURNISHED full Information to J 1DIck)
At Monlay night meeting the Brooks. Homestead

Rebekah appointed committed tot AFT lib ml N. of'', CHARLES i. BROOKS
the dlettrlct meeting which will beheld Their Farm Life 8th6* Mr Eva Cat I HI N. E. First HI.. Ml,,ml
her nest Mon.lay. Mr, Beattl. Ullow (p tl) I with South Atlantic MoriKug Co.MilkFedFryers .

Mr*. Orlnold Mr Capllnger Mr* .. ... "....................,.,...r
Wolf and Mr. Radford wen placed Individual Problems FURNISHED BLEEPING rooms to
en the relief committee: and ltr. rent. S. F. Matthew. 11 S. W.
Simmons Mr.. Molll Wlngate and .
Ird AT (nIOtf Corn.fattened
Mrs. Redford on the finance com
mjtte Mr*. Wlngat wa made MISCELLANEOUSPIANO\ [ FRESH EGGS

decoration chairman There is no general analysis which will give FEED SACKS
--- ---
(Mn. C.Y.. !MrFwrn
After the lodge meeting Mr* Beat TUNING and repairing
tie served popcorn In the dining you a maximum plant response on any soil type. Good ud piano for sale cheap IS N K. 14lh 8t
room to those present: Mr. drlnold _......,, .. ... ,, ..... ...." ..
w..wwxwww wnwuw
Mr*. Wolf. Mrs. Pacettl, Mr*. "Win """ ...
.. UXC" .
gate Mn Simmons. Mr. Radford Our service to you is to recommend. fertilizer !
and Mrs CaplingerHELPING

HAND CLUB VOTES that is most suited to your respective crop ----1 SEMINOLE THEATRE

TO CONTINUE CARD PARTIES I and soil needs and to work with you on your soil ...'
Mr*. A. C. Albright and UnFrit Cor Adults .tn< Clilllren lot

Rutik were hostesses at the and plant nutrition problems. -.-,--........,,--........- Millnee file and I OrFriday
Helping Hand Club meeting held
... .. ,,.
Wednesday afternoon. The club I -"wwwww -
January 1:%
Toted to continue Its card parties

through February and appointed CARL F. WARNER Agent OUR NE'VEUGENE "By Your Leave"with
Mrs Emmerltt Douberly: and Mr*. I
Butak to be the hostesses Fb I. WAVE FRANK MOW!AN;; id
At bridge Mra. J. Erpenbaoh mad i MARGARET H.\lIIl1.T"/
the. high noon and Mra Barry Deg> MACHINE\ A drawing room far,

tar the low Other present were: SOILADE Inc. I Added: "Wrong Direction" .i Ross.
Mr*. H. E. Schumacher. a visitor I* equipped 1'lIb'ollm.. 'r and nedy Comedy and "II.>ly landlagNboiul a
and Mr*. Wrn Erpenbach Mn Jennie alUM clock to Insure safety and Travel Talk.

Erpenbaoh Mra. Agnes Reed. Phone 27 S. Flagler Ave. qualify work In the following -
Mr*. Jason Avery and Mra Robert lyhwi Saturday. January ilfl

BelLAt Homestead, Fla. Mutest Train on Earth
the club bridge party last EI'GENIEtltOQUlGNOLE
Friday evening high nor prize "The Silver Streak"With

were won by Mr. and Mrs Frank SPIRAL SALLY BI.AN*:. t'll.tlt.l.gSTARK : I
Belt and low MOT prleei by Mr. COMBINATION ETTA
F S. Bcherr and A. J. Brady
drama of tile rail, with SOOt
The Homeatead grammar school Sears' January SavingLAST $7.50-$6.50-$5-$4.50 talks of irfreamllned UirlU.

4H girl' elected Louise Thompson Operator of Beauty Parlor Added: "('ra<'k MKH*." a .K.O..ft6,
song leader at their last meeting. MISS LILY BROWN die Comedy and "Jully Lsd Fellows -
copied the word ot a new song. and ," a King Cartoon.
sang Dreaming" Bush's Barber
CLUB MEMBERS SEE SPECIAL SELLING OF Shop I Sunday and M.mlny. January' 17.."


Method of canning fruit and PAT PATTHJIIHO; md

vegetable were demonstrated by SILKHOSE Parlor NILE AHTUKUEplaotlo
.. the Dad County
101. E. June of from the life of Fran
horn demonstration agent office at t so NORTH PROMK AVE. ftrubrrt, the ronimM. the meeting of the Homestead Horn .
Added Top Pal," a Mrmwld (Yin.
Demonstration Club In the Baptlat
edy and ManhaMnn lullaby,"

Song lilt, ala Late loathe New*.
Professor to PreachIn

Redland on Sunday NEVERIEFOIE Tuesday. and ","" "MIIo,. Jan ...M

"Sing Sing Nights"with
Dr Orvlll L Davis of Gammon
Theological" Seminary. Atlanta, wID i : 47c! SUCH A CONWAY TEARI-H and
be the gut preacher at the Red- 4 HARDIB ALBRiailTHarry
,c land and Florida City Community SKOOTM, SHAVIIfi LADE Stephen........** mml fanwo

Church Sunday. announce the at t this low price novel will now thrill yon en the
Rev Burton F Tarr pastor of the toreent

\I.,. church All 69c Values "The Star Packer"Mm
For several yn Dr Davis wa a I -
professor ot njble In Union Theological : Wayne In a thrilling Western
Full Fashioned
Seminary In the Philippine AddenD Jeat ot n_" a King Caw
. t bland, and at present h* hi MereUry loon rlh New
of the Stewart Missionary hone with French .
Chiffon and Medium service ---- .-
Thursday and Friday, Jan. SI. ...... 1
Foundation tor Africa and professor Heel. picot lop and reinforced feet. Chiffon, BEARS

.. of missionary education In Gammon silk from top t* toe... Sandra, IVbonalr, STREET "Caravan"With

I Theological Bomlnary Tewnwear, Finesse, Moth and Smoke .h....* FLOOR
.k t He will conduct the discussion at CHARLES! BOYEtl "I'aUJUETTX
the Epworth League Sunday evenIng i YOUNGA

.' at <:It In the Florida City II I I measles silence with aihrlnggypaynnale
Church. Iris subject wllhb "Can I Pe.1.1PR
the Nation .of the World Dev always$ Bowe IlloesmSeslevsed I [ BAK "a- "
S Mini: Pardon My Tap. Frolics *
TWendlyr $awrW t 1 ie 1at JUNIOR A1111 MAN "
I youth Comedy, 1_ Posse a
"II* has traveled around the lhth ass. Deihl lase I GAlomeTMacsusPA"OM Song lilt Siorjr

world and I* a scholar of BO man 00.....)))E444440"<
ma.nltudtHe I* therefore well. O. leAed
B j trrse s wtvawn naawz
qualified t* llc>JU world problems, 1 assess i USE MANGANESE

.' S MM Mr Tarr

ti .......,Jtr... ....,., ... .. ....,. aer.r

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i Page tight .THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday,_January 25, 1935. _

Mor massaged fcr .... OarhinM.b4 Ing secretary, W. L. Hook; financial
BISHOP SPEAKS [ on aturdar evening aad was aWe secretary. W. I Fes; tn' *ar r. C.
M Higgins: dlrMtora V R. Craven West's
meant I I" our elt,. Our first Grocery
B. H. Parker and William Ifubert.
IN REDLAND AT2CHURCHRAILY claaa booster band gave a very enter ='B. A. Waldln left Friday for Miami
taming WttWcrt ." to spend a few ..'.." Redland. CASH WEEK-END SPECIALS

-"quit* a number Of Florida at,'* ---'J. M. Bauer I* ahlnpta bin fine
young nun mat at the town hall and erop of tomato this ..*k." (Red- Lard Swift Jewel 3 Ibs. 39c
pl organisms a *l.b. The elub will land) a
hold socials and dance* monthly and
World Service Theme of vary unmarried young man or oU I CHUM DRAWING AT CIlfBOl SUGAR in Cloth Bag, 5 lbs. ...................... ztc

Talks Made by NotedMethodists man I* eligible|l to mmberhlp.: Th A special chalk drawing' by L.I... 'POTATOES, Extra Fancy, 10 lbs ........ ..... ... 14c
rtanluUon book will remain open Young aooMtpuiltd by a vocal duet
for one month for charter mtmbcra I j, by Mrs Lewis Brandenburg and

Th lUdlaiid and Florida City The officers elected. teat *.enln'j I Stanley Wtttcop, will be presented Flour, Pillsbury, 24 lb. bag. $!.&@
,\. Community Church Joined Tue.- were: p.ldfIQl.t. O Lund at the Homestead Methodist Church' I
. president. J. J. Touaco: oornapond- Sunday night.' I
day evening In holding a world service COFFEE, Fresh Ground lb ................. .. 19c
rally In the Redland church
which wu tilled to capacity A com GEORGIA SWEET POTATOES 5 Ibs. ........ 15c
munlty sapper preceded the rally
The speakers were Bishop F T. RICE Whole Grain 5 lbs

Keenoy Methodist of the Episcopal Atlanta Church area of Dr.the Redland District Athletic Club 23c

Benaon Baker of New York City APPLES, Extra Fancy, 3 Ibs. ........................,... 17c

i try who In was India for many and the years Ret a. James mleilo-ItMurrn PORK & BEANS, large can ................. .......... 51/ic

district superintendent of
the Miami District and conference presents"MAMA'S FLOUR Plain 24 lb bag 99c
director of religious education In ,
the St. John' River Conference of
the Methodlat Eplaoopal!: Church. CIGARETTES Any Brand, 2 pkys. ...........,.. .25c

Bishop Keeaey streamed the need STEW BEEF, Rib and Brisket, lean, lb. ...... Joe
for growth In the Christian churches
nf the world Ire cited China
j where b* spent a number Of years ', Pork Shoulder Kr: 1b. :l9c''
des one of the many places In the
world what the work of Cbrt...,-
Ity has merely had Its beginning WHITE BACON, plates, lb. ........................... 18e
only one person In each thousandlh
there I* Christian, h* amid, and yet
6 wherever the Christian Influence Steak, Fancy Round, lb 25c

: goes rued take root I (3-Act Comedy Drama)
, Mr, Murrcll the lI'toneleJlMker Of
the evening, emphaalnd the nd SMOKED HAM HOCKS, 2 Iba. ,...................... 25c'

r' of continuing the young peoples' Directed by Miss Hazel Hook
work across the entire Chrinttan' Spare Ribs 2 Ibs.
church Its pointed to the many'I Z9c
young people of today taking pod-
lions of aggressive leadership In re-
gaping and remodeling the world. Thursday Jan. 31 I COODLUCK
Dr. Benson Baker tuld of the MARGARINE
treat growth of Christianity In the lb. 18cWESTS'
... Doted+ for '
villages of India where for mom /fJ1f/, )
l 8p in
than twenty-five year h* bad fUlllt; freshness .
preached and taught and baptli d I
whole) TlllagM and comm only thlrfg that ha In any war met I Neva King Cooper School Auditorium 0
the complex problem *f ot* rid
dm India, h* aald has been the life I
and teachings of Jesus Chr st.lilllllillllilllllllllllllillllllllllillilllull. GROCERY

,I. I Adults 25c Children 15c \,


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The '. Hess i.k.e vinMel.
.: .t :: n pMa.6
......_ _...... Mu. ... :Illl
.. eke Nee". rlerUl piece.
Jan. ft, 1915
? _'Mr*. Fred Hwm will entertain 1
the t.ootlv4iw Neighborhood Club on
Tbureday The ladle are preparInf -
} I
t* make an exhibit of their rag
t rut at the Dad County Fair ." I
-"Th* member of the Rain I or I
''hlne Club net with Mr Lee th-
nan In petrolt teat Saturday It
was a birthday party la honor et
e I
Ula Margaret Bkr, one of the
noat popular dub alrla."
-"Mr. and Mr*. O**. Pipe arrived
md In an probability win become

permanent reildanta." 0 0IM
-"J A Kahl attended the Methodist I
'onferenc It Tarpon Sprint Iat
reek and returned borne Tuesday
tie has been granted request of not ,
taking a chart this year and will
"vote alt his time to the paper here
Rev B. C. Criiipea has been
appointed pastor of the Ibmtea4i
Ircult and will arrive tilt latter
part of the week ."
Mr and Mr Or.. (
1 Bora t* *) o
Pent**, twin gas. Jut Saturday"
e -'7ho beautiful horn pt I* '. ,
Mowry' M Mowry street wee odd r*
l ,-.nily t* 1>. ... Harkn*.t who Un We$110"d teawto" Ilia ....aee.i De lose 0"W"Cork
a, few mile north of town"Mr ," THE NEW STANDARD
Saunders of
Santa Key .
.N., UI' Lift Ve List yrinTV renter ".
Wept bat moved Into the new houee V 1a. R.lw :: Fl/.t '"t" Vj Las. Coup* it Flint I ..!<*., IMO.WHa .
:. tt .
and will bet H65 sire sad bumpers ep.n lira Ml tin W.UM .
i north tt tile poelenTu the Ibt, press .. see.as dd6ltbM.4 56O IM to ItM irtUlMi.fcVrioa
ready for roomer Jn tIll near for Prisse KlkJMt t* sheens WUkNt ne- .ht1Io (hMOT without Make,
the Km Atttoa amused at OMAN aU-
t1'We ...... 1IOIto)
hT been offlolany" Interned b Americatg gtttuiulr tar beautiful to look smartly lower Ia appearance IK beautifully
motes win start her
that express LONGER
ibis ..,elt.. morida City Shrilling to Mr Very toooomieal to operate soed. TU performance of this tar will untie you.

--'I'h. grand prime won by Florida end this world's Weit-prioeJ all This New StanJard Oiovrokt't MW dad Improved JJlue.FUms TaJve-ln-bead

City for lh:l:rCftatJ' and beat display Chevrolet bM a Gee roomy fuW BoJr. It I* powered by engine girt remarkable ftaw'T-W>wec tail ape d. Owr
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