The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00053
 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 3, 1936
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: UF00087294:00053
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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'TENTATIVELYau'SENHERE 1 Fefell, Dickinson, Home-1'I tation-railroads, waterways, bus FROM CRAMPED CITY( MARKET

stead writW of 'vera and prose'| and air lines, natural resoutW-'\

baa facts WPA been project about placed to Homestead unearth In charge: and and record of the a I.developed scheduled tead-B eet'e.Mhwork dl,and nd for und.a District on_period\the ped protect,of Home-six, TO. OWN 17.ARE. ltf AMI TRACT P

Redland-District that would be interesting months, was begun Nora 1, under t
Preparation; to tourists few publication I'authority from the writers' division { '
City .. "
; to DetRcate .
Sunday -
in the American Guide, tin prefaeakwarand service projects
of Application for government's new elaborate and section of the Works Program $25,000' N'Uclau$ !.

WPA Project .detailed guide which will occupy Administration of Great Plant '
five volume ot 60Q. .. '
page The co-operation of pioneer nai STARTATONCEPAXSQNSTATES '

!AsK: DIDSr J1 LIGHT Assisting. Mrs. Dickinson, in, Mrs.Ajjbi dents I I. asked by Mrs. Dickinson I R. May Gross, also of Ucunap, and Mrs. Gross Incidents or fact
1ND WATER PROJECT stead $t historical, scenic 0 CO.OIRA1'J1E: f
-... Among the subjects to be !byvestlgftted geological interest are eagerly

iWA OkaY $41, '18Gra by too, gulch worker*, sought Mrs Dickinson's home is :ath" .tnedTa.nd' 'Dtoet.{

are: general topography, flora and< on It. W. 12th street, between First South- Dade to Be Protect
and Loan to City of Menr Board of'Directors
fauna. hi*tor kJ settings and background I and Second avenues Mrs, Gro e' ed' From Reckless I "'. ". on

Homestead Indlaqpiribe*.and re.zva: .residence la at the corner of First ,',, ., '.,j
Drivers ...
lions, archeological remains, parks avenue end First street, northeast ... .w II 'fI1' ,'
City Engineer }:JVTffockJr., (national state and
has begun yrepafitiofi of an application I literature, art mualo deam -{ project yesMs-day, Mew Dickinson Patrolmen OD the Utaml-Kom- : \ "'exenapgp the cramped '.
stead Jan. 1
highway commencing
for WPA fund to construct .,"librarles? ,(educational facllItics I .aid. The unsettled conditionsin will protect the public: against qnrtesse of this lftr' 'cr* Miami
societies,find associations many foreign pert of the world ,
a hangar at the Homestead neighborhood architecture, I and the expense ot travel abroad raoklcs driven, County Commia-i' itt "f
municipal airport, dedicated on churches, hotel, houses, ethnography I have turned the attention of loner Ji lamar Paxson told ,the ofrhlriin; has bsep !Larded by N't

caresponsored, -races represented folk customs I jAmerioans to their own land as Liana dub of the Redlund District or d .., .....()t'b\ pdtitlentpolls .
His statement toNlow
and folklore, highways and never before :The American Guide Tuesday night piectrotot: their own 1pD1'1oUa.marp'dltt' .
District Chamber of Commerce by-ways for autolsta or hikers, : will enable the sightseer Whether **} remarks by Lion W. L FUk
who called attention to the fact on a 17 JJa4lat. tend i
M R. Harrison, com
Captain and industries
manufacturing bent
on a day'a excursion or an
of the U& Marine reserve I that throe persons bad bean seriously c teidiDg from 20th lo 22nd rtroeinJT.
pander power available-water and electric extended tour, to find. fresh scenesto
air base In Miami, who acted at I products.--exports and import I entertain him. and promote his hurt on this highway in the W. 4th' avenue ,
Announcer at' the Homestead' air *, market proximity, transpor- knowledge of America as a whole. hut week aa the result of reckless Jh*,new market, which prrvWts! \
meet flew down to Homestead,:i. ds'Mn&.d a t41.ha.l Mr. Pawn sheds for 100 buyers trucks ana
his plan yesterday morning to fft\ alae/ a member of the club tell "*, camreta building oataini g
oven tbs ale field with Me. Book, Walton BrookerTo Bank Stockholders Get what the county was going to tfo. offices, lunch room and rest rooms,

unit ndaduice In the election Tea Per Cent Dividend about; patfoUing the highway! .(* owned by the Dd County t'o- ,
of a proposed site tot the hangar Play Off For First Thai state road department has b' era've! Association Whose pr* ,14 l l lident ]
The south side of the airport has 0 promised the Dade County com* ( It O Turner, i\I s Bedlam1. ill,]
A tea cent dividend to
beeit tentatively Mlected. Hall per : missioners that it would place two Crag> Other RedJand District
Wednesday stockholder In th* First Nation,
Ai regularly dedicated airport, to four patrobneA down here, growers oa th* board of directors
Bank of Homestead declareat d
the local field Is now eligible for was starting the first ot January'", Mr.] are W.O, TitlboU of Goulds. Oyde

-a hangars aonoiructiofn.oraieceedhe: JiK1f1&-wrJs..rnthW b meeting of+)the atterno6nf'd board of'TM dintRorsPMondey .Pft Dlt:....."to-.r.6rgperata'Nlth 1 6lcit I lt.Qt ted} n4'IUd! C. J\ ..J.iI.rMttIf W, r
city engineer said. With hangar Fr nd the sheriff and to be used wherever t." :t'1MfM' of1 Home-

and faalUUe, the Homestead field i Ties Horne Co for dividend waa payable yesterday they are most needed u.1U'U:1nI'IQDt4I. : the at4Df| the too tll rmer owning

Will be able to service the dusting Third PlaceA Before declaring the dividendthe I heavy traffic ot : common,. ot voting, stock In
planes that operate here during I directors added $500 to the[ : association many are m the

crop time and it will be in line for bank's surplus, bringing the total Mr. Flak In calling on Commia*I'h' front Pcrrlhe loU.tll.
tie for first between ;
place surplus to 22500. The board alsoteted
at a 'wing" field In future ) flcaW%merctsea Hin br held
use Irooker Lumber Co. and W.ltonKu..le. to limit the maximum in. alouer-Paauon, said that the Liens 1 < "
army air maneuvers. Club and:the Rotary Qutr had put th >nw warkwf a* 4 clock
ands tie for third
Bid' for the rebuilding *( machlnery .- plan tereat on savings deposit to one afternoon
at unit ,Sunday with a speaker
duty awn
a patrolmen on
between P. J. Franklin, toe.: and
cent effective Jan
o pat per annum, ,
and lines of the HolUtte.dmunicipal > '
lash with the ** tress the Gainesville ExperimentSUtion
W. IX. Home Co, resulted from, 1, 193*, *xpna year
light and water system pectatioAi that the county would tentatively listed on the
' be received at the city hall City Basketball League games On Nov. 1 the First National I .
will *
played Monday night Brooker, nik. provision Inn t* budget for jmtrimt' > ,s. ,
from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. on Jan. 13" Bank of Homestead had assets
this whloh
highway patrolling yeas
won from Walton, 34-31, and Th* .newtniiiket sits tics between "
at result of approval by the totaling $470,000 according to a had pot been done however.The
typf N.
Franklin won from Home, 34-M concrete highways,
Public WorM Administration of I statement published oa Nov UI.!
at Monday night'sViseting
speaker ,W, ZQtJ&t ZZnd,streets and It baa
tile city's application for ax loan The play-oft between Brooke Deposits totaled (417,$0811 Th advoommkomaight l owes SeaboardAir ',
and grant of $41.eia, and Walton for the first half bank 1* capitalized at 121,000.Chamber not to tauwftur wUfc. Mw Y w'. .o i .aiding, UTML spur rauroaa front for I-b4.the loadingout

The project, approved Deo. 23,, championship wilt, take placeat twin.'" r A' pleas eft members. was the Saw ofFiv1r mljcedf erQfvegetables. I
calla for rebuilding and replacing S p. m. Wednesday in the local *' .
of CommerceWill G Sites of f th River side' Baptist of thAj.TH p CTM .rc paved 1
ttf electric plant machinery and fym.A Church In- Miami Hi*. aubiertwaa 'and S I
power lines In bad condition Involving thrilling last quarter finish Meet Wednesday olutlona..N.! Songs W.... elt.i,
the purchase and erectionof climaxed the Walton-Brooker Waling the attitude tit man toward tht n ci) 47M dine of the potion'sgreatest

380 new poles and 10 milt of game Monday when Walton, behind A regular meeting of the ReoV women and Tie* Mrs SO- years I consolidated farrnenfmarkets I
Dew wire and the construction of 114 at the half and 23-19 at land District Chamber of Commerce ago and at th* present. time, were : At' Qn the markcf'llit .t
at three-mile rural extension. the end of the third quarter, tied membership will be at T:30 lung by Kd Swrtmore of Coral provides plenty of room tot ex-
tilt water mains 104 new the score 31-31, with about two: p. m. on Wednesday of next Week Gables, wise placed his own piano t w/wlon CoW storage and owes fa*
Will M (retailed( one at each> minute to play. Barrow fouledTWaouA in the chamber of commerce build accompaniment.Christmas i(clBWr-Wll ba provided ... fast;

hydrant to enables"ivater 1 who piwJivWi.fovI shot I ing; adjoining the Homestead city Flak anode a; 'etori!! ) et the r is pomlblc.
Workers to cut! 011-the water II and' Elmer Sullivan sank a field hall: e che**,yrotlrr one by the f The growers organized the Dud

any hydrant needing repair goal Just before the game endedto Postponed action on codlflcatiotand joint committee rUt, the Lions I C4unb--Co-opertI\'e, Association
out cutting off the water supply provide the winning margin. revision of the by-laws wil:IClub.: Botary Cub with the aid I "* ral Jitontha ego with the aid

a whole' section of. the city, aa I Brooker set out In the first hal: take place and routine buslneai i of various other civic organisation of> County' ArleulturallCDt C.1f. .
Steffunii who drew up the charter -
flow necessary to put the finishing touches on will be transacted. *,
___ ____ and by-laws of the saw-
cant of the $ U
Sixty: per :Walton and led by the fast play
project ia an outright grant to the Ing and deadly of Elmer I elationlast- August Not mare
eSt,. forty per rent It to be rev I o I Sullivan who counted accuracy five .field An Open Reply to "Old Want-it-all I I tttair two shares of common stnrft,
M f}0fl a share, can be owned by
paid t>y the city o.er a period of goals and two foul shots, war ahead
JO s.between. Jim English' any one person, and no common
:* a" 1-4 at the end of the first quarter
stock can be 4WDH by aAj/oaelMtt
tad Jd l'-fl< at the halt
I ban*, tide grower rna 1f
TOO.' and 800 Can heed by McCormick, tan for Dear old Gimme Jimmie: of thasew market will b* Ni W,

Vote in City Election ward.'who scored it of his team's spite Broadway,,present manager )1 the
i In of the "dearie" in letter last week
34 point.*Franklin finally won a your open Mi ml.aty Market. .?
don't believe you wrote it, because your years of countIng \ -
Between seven pundred and Charles Sullivan made fivebasket we Dude County Copperptivebdrket -
eight hundred citizens of Homestead -I for Franklin. the sheckeli paid h-on-the-barrelhe At your picture represents M InVestment -

ore qualified to voti'ln the' Bradley led the Horn scoring ahow would eliminate the possibility of the slight error <* about 12300. Mr

municipal election bo' Jan "14, : with four field goal : in calculation that slipped by your eagle eye when you,tad 51dA 11ald."

City Clerk:: R. X: Edwards: eatlaatetl 'The toma.ves nto and tuck an .t' the cop>". .
"after theperiod lot paying the W4v.. Morns: led at the end of 4Dol.
QuJntcta.'la .
If was In your statement that th* poor 0M picture ; ..
faxes closed Saturday night,:;! the first lIuate8: Franklin led
poll show "has really the lowest protection in town". after ,-T "Unaal n
r0U1'o (;
More than BOA poll tax,. were at the halt VMS, Home took the
paid Friday and Saturday Poll lead 23-19 ai the end of the third you had cited the $250 "protective license" George Turner, --

tax payments totaled *.11o ., quarter but couldn't hold the pace local undertaker, enjoys-and didn't know about until you Both ItedlAixt District( high

which III were lof IW4 afd 481 I after Murilnq if enter, left the game mentioned It. Listen closely, "dearie": the license ordinance school basketfiatt teams will play

".ere for UJJ. !.fie,dwanll estimates I or\,fouls. provides that outside undertakers, without plac. out ot' town TiMfdaft'-Honwttmid
do 'rb1 in Homestead A YEAR NOT High School will play, (Aa M rial*
that about,W voters of business must play $250 -
Mt have to Pr poll taxes because TsLUt MANAGERS ASKED TO |230 A DAY-to do business In Homeatead. er at MiamI Be.cb"1Id Rodlaml
they blew(reached the age limit piM MEET f r. JI. WEDNESDAY High will plby Mlamt Edison in the
Your movie palace $25 city license. Outside
pays year y-
Edison at Miami.
years, Th W? payment plus The managers of the four City ,gym. ;
the exempt voters, plus many poD Basketball League team are asked shows, including circuses, are charred $100 A DAY rrtfuy night of nn'botb
I NOT $100 A YEAR-for license to show In Homestead. teams will play at bom Rdme
;taxes that are always paid atllM to1 be present at Meeting ta the .
court house to Miami give the approximate 'gyro,Wednesday at T p. m. to dta-, Multiply $100 by 365. If the answer Is not $36,500 stead win J>l 1 y.host (p Lake! Worth

number of. qualified, CUM plans for the playing ot th.*.I ,protection for; your picture show, we'll personally start and Redland' will play Ida Jfc s
voters.' second halt --* Cratlaoed oa rag )four! Fisher.




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Friday, January 3.1936.

Spanish Class Details MAKING A FRESH START
To Be Outlined Tonight By THE: REV. C. N. WALKER GROVE

habit of mind that prompts us to "taketook" "
HEAD MASONIC Announcement of definite plans It Ie a very good THEATRE
to resolve to turn a new pasre!
and balance account,
for the WPA clap In Spanish : COCONUT GROVE i
LODG1S FOR 1936 which the Homestead business and make a fresh start. at specific! dates. TM is especiallyappropriate made shows T and I AdmhaloB tfc
and Professional Women's Club Is at this season of the year. We have all Matinee Bat and sag It* '
trying te secure for Homestead mfeUkes In 1935; it Is a good thing to start anew for 1930. I t o's ,. a s.

Homestead and Naranj-i: will be made at a ppt luck dinner Few of M hare been as faithful in the Lord's serviceas
meeting of the club: at the home of we should have been. Perhaps some have let 193- slip SUNDAY THRU Tt'ZsD.\i?
Hold Joint Installa- Mrs B. F Collier In Florida City for Him. '
by without service GEORGE RAFT
tion ProgramAt this evening at 6:80 o'clock.:
for the New Year la PhlUppians
My Scripture verse JOAN BENNETT '
The classes will be open to the
14: "This one thing I do, forgetting those things which are
public Both men and women are Ia
a joint Installation ceremony
behind and forth unto those things which are before,
signing for the work and afternoon reaching
held In the Naranja lodge momsFriday
night, Ralph Moon took and evening classes will I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of "She Couldn'tTake

office (I worshipful matter" of probably be arranged for, com God In Christ Jesus."
Homestead Masons Royal Palm mattes members report There U A good way to start the new year Is to attend church '
Lodge No. 100. and M D. Eaton no charge Those Interested art' and Sunday school Sunday morning and keep going throughout It"
was Inducted ai worshipful master asked to see Mrs Don Ferreyri the year. Our souls need that spiritual help.
of Naranja Masons, Palma Villa In the city ball I
lodge No. 205. Mrs. Vina M. Betterfey of HIaleah "Every day is a new beginning WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

William S/dow of Miami, district district director Mrs. Agnes Listen my soul to the glad refrain, ANN SOTIIERN ;
deputy rand matter was the I. Eaton poet laureate of the state And spite of old sorrow, and older sinning,
Installing officer He WM assisted federation. and other members of And troubles forecasted and possible pain, JACK HALEY *
by W. a Talbott of Goulds, the Hialeah organization art expected .' Take heart with the day and begin again." la '
part district deputy rand master, to be present at the dinner
who acted ai installing marshal meeting tonight This Is the teal TEAM RECRUITS INVITED: "The Girl Friend"FRIDAY
After the installation, the third meeting at which charter memberships Heart Attack Is Fatal men who are
All boys or young
degree was conferred on Sam Doi ) will be received.\ To. Justin C. Mullin not now connected with any team AND SATURDAY
and Burton Graham of Palma professional
i" Any business or and would like to play basketball
Vita Lodge women even those not actively) Justin Clarence Mullin grove In the City League are invited by Buck Jones
The new offlceri of both lodges identified with business or professions owner end farmer, who dropped Ante Barrow captain of Walton
are Palma Vista-M D. Eaton, at present, are Invited to attend dead Dec. 11 as he talked with Nurseries team, to tee him at the la
orshipful mailer; D. E Basher 1 this and any other meeting members of hit family at hit homeIn Homestead Grocery and arrange "IVORY HANDLED
senior warden; J. R. Hlckton, of the club.Firemen. Redland, was buried Tuesday tor tryouts.
junior warden, V H Owens, afternoon of last week in Miami
treasurer; Henry Behrena, secretary -i Receive $75 Memorial Park following services GUNS"t
: J. E. Home, chaplain: A. conducted in Turner FSneral Home M. E. Young People Hold
Davis senior deacon, Geo. 14'1 From Benefit PictureThe at Homestead by the Rev. Geo. Three Special Services
ton. junior deacon; James E Deuel of Redland. .
senior steward Gee. Fogle, 'Junior' midnight moving picture Mr. Mullin, who was 84 years Many were out to hear Allen
steward; Scott Sage tyler. I' show given Saturday night at the old, was born in Iowa City, la West at the Homestead Methodist: -
Royal Palm Ralph Moon worshipful ., Seminole Theatre) for the benefit A retired dairyman, he came to young people's meeting Sunday Edward Stiling
matter; W. a Bird, senior i of the Homestead volunteer fin Florida from Slmtboro, La., in evening
warden; Paul Reynolds junior department netted the firemen U24 and lived In Hialeah year The young people of this church Real Estate
warden; C T. Harper : $73.: before settling Redland. presented "The Challenge to the General Insurance
W. B. rave, secretary;treuu":1 The unusually large amount was Betides hit wife, Crltsle, Mr. Crota' In the Redland Community FLORIDA CITY, FLA.Cer. .
C N Walker, made possible by the fact that the Mullin leaves five sons, Glenn Church Friday night Palm Ave and Ave. B
Smith. senior deacon; E. Seminole donated the use of the and Lloyd of Slmtboro and Dan- They also had charge of the ------------
ttter Junior deacon. : house and equipment, the film iel Ralph and Clarence of Red- watch service held at the Methodist
Palma Vista Lodge meeti the' company donated the use of the land, a daughter Mrs;A. A. Head- Church at II o'clock Tuesday
first and third Mondays In the Ma- pictures, employees of the theatre lee of Miami; two brothers, J. T. night after a social on the parsonage -
IOnic hall at Naranja and :Royal: donated their labor, and the public: Mullin of Klrbyvllle, Texas, and lawn. W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
: .. Palm Lodge meet the second and. bought tickets generously. In the Francis Mullin of Iowa City; and
fourth Fridays In the I. O. O T past the beneficiary of picture two sitters, Mrs Margaret Walsh had been no previous warning,
hall in Homestead. All visiting i show benefits has received what and Mrs. Mary E. Condon of Iowa members of the family said FIRE, AUTO: STORM AND LIFE
[ left after the film rental and
Masons are Invited to attend. was. City rimte I4S-H
1 house expense were paid> The death of Mr. Mullin was due Office la MeCrew Arcade

...-. to a heart ailment of which there WANT ADS PAY'
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Homestead F. F. A. NewsBy After officers In the chapter are I

Teaasay Meffett elected they strive to make their

'u __ chapter a better one. Each chapter
tries to do the beat activities
When the Kanaat boys left they
during the year so that It will
left behind them a friendship have material to make up the an-
among boys ot two different sections nual report Each chapter sends Start the
of this country They alto In It* report for the date judging.
left a desire In the heart of every The best chapter in each tate
Homestead Future Tanner to wit sends In. it* report for the national ,
and be with the new Kansas
friends u does a lover long to see
hn sweetheart The boys sure did (Chapter VII Next Week)

hate to leave old Homestead and New Year
each one left with a determination I Rightby
to come back to ..Florida and
Homestead where mow never falls I
and sunshine never Itu1%

Their visit Introduced a new
Idea to the Future Farmers of .
.AMerica In Homestead, and to the usingRedland
people of the community It intro-
duced a new idea to the national .
organisation, itaelt The Home \>
stead chapter firmly believes'that THEfkfI'Jt Brand Fertilizers
this visit to the beginning of as ,
annual affair among Future Farmer -
chapters all over America. ", HOOP

Carey Flexible Cement .
In order that the people of theRedland Reefing b made ef a solid
District ., walerpreof asphalt We make fertilizers for beans tomatoes
may better under* sheet squash, potatoes .:
stand what the Future Farmer or _pe Uo.. reinforced with
ganisation, how It it run, ft (.nalne India Burial.A clever
purpose and its value we present lap Joint coven the Ball ..... and other vegetables. Notice the crops where :

this 8th. chapter of explanation For ever M years. Carey
Flexible Cement Rearing lass Redland Brand Fertilizers are being used. Quality will ,
been the Ideal permanent reef .'
NEWT G. BALLTct for tare lUtece, faeterfce.warebewMa. I
rttallemm ... Let M seats show up. *.
you ** this high allty pred-
rrsviuNcB AND ...
"L-E" .
The Carey Cempaey will flaace *"
'It H, Kmne At*. feWlitc and aldlag lobs '
when the valee of Carey seatcclala Florida East.Coast Fertilizer I'
wed ta ever 11% er : Co.;: : ,

mere el the aaneanl te it flamaced "
: : .SMBtba la to WcJt te pay. Cosoel''' MANUFACTURERS v. ,
la.a**, let 4 Jell, roc abent, > ""

.' u.; pia. ". Redland Brand Fertilizer. '
,e t, .t. ..
office ItMm 6aei.torINu.E1a.dry

> W U ''I Brooker liunler to, MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS 1' PHONE.16 "1 .
posed SaiwrfajmFrcfe *

ttrking Space FHOVI IS i FRANK B. RUE, frr. '. HOMESTEAD, FLA. .
tUt M.'v. Inn 8T, MAXI .\ ..
rilOMI frtllt I I' #t

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Friday,January 3, 1936. THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE Par Three i "' 1 1A

BAPTISTS ELECT group Rev. C. C. Garrett Will
I and No. J, Vlrgteia Donay.Junior SERMON TOPICSFIRST We wish te express our heartttjt I

B. Y. P. U.: leader. Mn I I thanks and appreciation to our Preach in, Goolda Sunday, !

CHURCH LEADERSFOR yank Irwin; president Jack MoMtehaet BAPTIST CHURCH many friend* for their kindness .!....t.. ,

: ; vtew-pretMent Mildred to us In the,Jon of our dear father The tUv. C. C. Garrett of Plant
Rearm; planM., Mable Ruth Pope; Jan. 5-Slornlnn sermon by I
and grandfather Dad Cloning:
YEAR OF 1936The group captains-No. 1, Geneva the ter. A. Melvin Hyen efSherbnuM. Especially do ** thank the Bar.I Clip superintendent of the South ..

Vann and No. J, Mary Louise N. T.l vocal .umber Edith!: Tamblyn. Mr*. Delta and rtoridk District of Pentecostal
Pierce. by the Re*. and Mrs Ilyera Mrs. Cohal'DOlr.11IO we thank I ehurch sit, will preach at the Could,

following officers for 1830 W. M. V. Ottloen and Miss Hren observance our friends foe their lovely floral pMriMattal Church Sunday, both < \

were elected New Years Eva ,by The W. M. U. officers are: presi I of the iMt't Sapper AU pieces. MMnsBlg and evening, announce ;
memben of the First Baptist tint vice- memben are Invited t* at the Rev C. C. Haoabtrger, pastorof i
dent. Mrs. J. T. Vann; Mr. and :Mrs. L. p. donlnger
i Church of Homestead, announce president, Mrs. T. D. Fiche; sec- tend. and children. J. B., U O.. Jr., the churcfc. Communion will I I'
the Rev C N. Walker, pastor of ond vice-president Mn. Catherine Even: sermon .a "I'ID4. and Ronnie. be observed utter the morningmessage.
Ins Cod la the New YearnJan. .
the church: Mrs.
I Pickard; third vice-president,
Treasurer A. E. Campbell; H. Collier recording secretary I-Frayer service topic CARD OF THANKSWe ; ,

I clerk, R. E Edwards; choir direr Mrs. T. K. Kirby; corresponding : The Character" of ('brill', take this means of thankingour I writ the Great Areh.ttecl| of the Universe I

; tor. Mn. C. N. Walker; pianist secretary Mrs. C. N. Walker; per- First DlKlple. friends and the most worthy to bleu them all abundantly. II

I Mrs. O. I. Gautt; assistant pianist sonal service chairman Mrs. A. D. members of the American Legion I Mrs and Mr*. R. Ml. Settle

Mn. Howard Johnson. Smith; mission study chairman, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: for the kindness and sympathy I Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Moor .

Deacons: A. J. Campbell, RMuwelwhlW Mr*. S. I. West; literature chairman CHURCH shown In our bereavement We George Benltei. + t
Jim. (- t.,- "
pr. J. B. Tower R. Mrs. Vera Summerlln; pianist ,
E. Edward: F. L. Mcllwain, Ceo. Mr*. J:. L. Lawrence; social let "GeII". I'J'

M. Frick, W. a Cheshire S. H.Fitch. chairman Mn. R. J:. Edwards; J''
W. D. Home. Sunbeam leader Mrs. Wm. Mc- PENTEcOSTAL CHURCh

Michael; G. A. leader, Mn. O L Jan. 5 Both sermons by the,
Trustees: :B. W Morris 6. t
Gault; R. A. )leader Mrs. C. N. Rev. c. C. Garrett *f Plant
Gault, J. R. Rutland, Alvin Campbell
R. Muaselwhlte. R.Walker Rutland.; Y. W. A. leader, Mn J. City. BE PREPAREDThen !

Finance committee. L. Lawrence -
The election followed short CARD or THAMES
Chat.. Caves, J. R. Rutland ,
T. B. Webb. Gee M.;Frlck. program during which Sheriff D. To our friends and neighbor: ,

Baptismal commIttee Mn. S../. C. Coleman talked on the heed of I We express our deepest appreciation

King, Mrs. M. P. Wollam, Mn. C. educating police officers and detectives of the many kindnesses '

O. Robertson, Harry F:. Cooper/#i. for their work and putting the sympathy tendered to us in our you have something! : to :
E. Ed ward*. : them under civil: service rules Instead bereavement. Also we give heartfelt -

Music eornmltteo :Mr- C N. of keeping them subject to thanks for the beautiful flow- 01
and the offer Mr.Business Man In exchange
Walker Mrs. S. L. West Mn. O. political appointments era cent :
J. C Sims Miami convulsed ,
I. Gault, !ofn. Vera Summerlln G. Rev. of CrUsia V. Mullin and Family.

I. Gault Ceo. M. Frirk. the audience with till bril- for his money1.. :. '
and pantomime. LEGAL .
liant speech NOTICES "
Ushers: F. L. Mcllaln, G. A. -- .' 1<:., ," '. ., ,.
West A. D. Smith Roland Tolson
Francis --..- Notice .!_ mural '. ; o{ '
Irwin Myron GrenneU, -- h horror that a .
......, la Md tar DM slip of Homoitaoi,I, '
Earl Smith D. IL Dellinger Jr., GIRL. SCOUT NEWSBy Florida will W hold and MndMtod M the ,;,;,/: I
Alvah Taylor, Leon Burnett, Ernest Mary Arthur, Scribe Connell Cho.she. of MM City on UM Ulh i. a '
dais of I........ 1'". fur the purpose of '
Sherard. ..---.-.a..an-- olortlM o Masse wad ill OowwttoM at His preparation placed hint 1,
Sunday School! Officers and far rid Cltr.p .
The Girl Scouts of Homestead TIM waUm will IM opened Wtliwmt
General superintendent. S. L. :'b.
held their weekly: meeting Dec. \ ooo. direl M S a. m.tlw .. '
West, general secretary A. BUI8t'). <>.. day of MM .lortkMi ud wUI MOMM I where he U today.
SI at the home of Mrs. Frank Skill. rapt mill nodon of sack day.Ir. .
Adult and senior department: T. Bnwkor, MIUM I. Brodlvr and
Plans had been made for an overnight -
superintendent Ralph Moon, pianist Howard Link will ort II I.._..>.. and
to be held Friday night He expects the same of )'ou-
camp W. B Caroo will net H Cleft of look 1
Mrs. Vera Summerlln; secretary olorUoa.MMOO.
G, Altfaot; assistant secretary and Saturday but these were w mt bead ... Ilk day vt lo.somber. .
Lois Walker changed to an all day camp Saturday IMS. if he ;
teailersMrs.Catherine pays you.
; .
from I:SO to 4 JO, as MnDor-
Pickard for T. I L.class ( c. 11, 10 IT; J... ala
DonneU said it would be too
Mr* Vera Collier for Dorcas
MM ClrcoU Coort. Klmatk JodtrlalI. '
to overnight are
class C. O, "Robertson lot men'sclaps I cold camp CAM.It In ad fDad. C...,,' 5.1..45. 7 '' '

':1.D; rlf tto ,Baraca class, I The to prepare Homestead breakfast Scouts and are lunch.goingto .Ea'H"Ltr.o.ii: Will.HAW.L. p.""'ltt.1 0 _.... :. :: ".; .' \"

bra, C N. WtU T lot Co-ed plass, ... ARTHUR HOWLAND IRA) & Doned. .. ..
meal with utensils ..
cook one no '

Mrs.;S. L'Weattfor young matron's I and one meal of our original dlshea. 1. .......... DIYORCsbl .ews.k atp..d.a to New term opens January. K
daIntermediate The Rose patrol and Royal Palm aloe bill 1104 is eta aba.s. stated .._ tint '.V\ !J.
and Junior department of Arthur Hewlsnd HanoI &M Dol.....' .
: superintendent James Wol- I patrol are going to take can towrnta _._ Ja a __,.... of the Courses anlt terms can be arranged. ;, t tHomestead
the water and sanitation. The stated .-.sad .. i n>MMt "f MwYork. '
lam; assistant superintendent, A. i Poinciana Patrol Is to provide Kw York I that tkt street address of ',< w M'
D. Smith; secretary D. H. Delling- lobs ..vide fc nkxnra u no .tolntl*. .
transportation. The Live Oak .. ...., ; "
I has rttaUutr M k to TO r ptal*
er, Jr.; pianist,Lucille West;teachers the UK big nalllMt or kwlMM add... to eon ,
Patrol la preparing menu. .
of girls' classes-Mn. T. D. of Ik* WorW. ,........ Now York Cia I
We had archery practice: ; by that o further or wxvo wrlKolu roiloMMof
Piche, Mn. J. R. Rutland, Mn. Elizabeth Skill. Geraldine Rests, tko ..,_.. tt oltkor of thorn to m.kwmo '
Bert Andrews, Mr*. A. D. Smith oo4 that horo
Wava Horton, Athley Kemp and In UM ate of ,, ... :. :..c-::; '
Mr W. M. Johns Mrs. C. O. Robertson
._ whom wed
i i. weave ta CkoMnr
Mary Arthur. The scores were:
I ; teachen of boys' classes bind uk p.l- ili.. and Ikea ko It *r o Business College 'q s
T Wave Horton, .
Mary Arthur ;
twmtr-oM. ro r
D. H. Dellinger, C. N. Walker, 'rr-.of
THrsr.roaB ORDERED iha.
Athley Kemp, Geraldine R tU5
W. ,M. Johns, Mrs. F H. Redden. aid BOIMIOMMII l>*fo>daM 100.... ko o> Horne ,, : {
Frank Elizabeth Mcllwain and Lucille ........ required to appear to UM Bill ol. Building
Irwin. West went around town with Mn c-u. riled In ... __ as or her-..
Primary, beginner and cradle January sell the R.l.dor of J.nooiT lass,
Skill finding the different trees for otkorwloo the alkwatloM of sad' kill -willbo j
roll department: superintendent, their IIUIIMMary Jo Close also tame M _lea.. kf wM IMind.ki .
Mn. J R. Dorsey; secretary, Mn. .. I
did nature work. fit tonlut ardond that ardor W "uWIkkod + tr
Otis Brannen Miss Christina
Hughes;;teachers pianist of primary!, Mary Moon will be the next hostess. moo I. UM* .work......E.-for four....oMooeilllwwwaa oowa. I ,

girta-Mrs. Lamar Kendrick, Mn. popw Thk Published(lor. I. IDII la said county=;o 1 to. -,' '

It J. Davis, Mrs.J. T. Vann; teachers B. B LEATHERMAN. .UuClmH '

of primary boys--F. L. Mcll n, r Court i. amid, Deputy ciork..Circuit WINTER RATES
wain, Mn V. M. Grennell, Miss Coat ..>llULAKLEY

Lldda Ann Lee; teachen of beginners for and ConwIalMnt.t. IKJlNAN.aolKltora i

-Mrs, A. J. Campbell, Mr l Don. 1J, as IT; Jan II NOW IN EFFECT

F. L. McDwaln; superintendent of I .1
cradle toll, Mrs. E. J. polk; cradle
roll mother, Mrs. Lott; teacher ofmothers' For vocational health mining or ptfrnuw mId_ ran will and
the PhriiaU Culttue Hotrl DON than ntiiiicton- delightful and
class, Mr*. Gault stmoipba of ttimUtaeu mi
charming good fellowship,
Tomato. and Bean
B. Y. P. V. Officer
I TbonMndi of health rockets lane foam ;
B. Y. P. U. officer elected last the magic key at this ln.ti.
titles where aattml methods, u developed by Benun Macf Ja.,
week are: art exclusively wed. No diugi. mediOflo or e ecatiot,. Ketults
Senior B. Y. P. V.- president strand through avxltr-t scram diet Unlostivt procewM lUll, e

Alvah Taylor; vice-president Lois Growers Attention Water, steam and dwtnc: bathe message and monJpuUtirt al"'M
Walker; secretary Bobby; Sum- AU wader. lilt supervuka of missed holth txpctto.GVEXPEMSIVE I

.merlin; treasurer, Far!, Smith; quiz
leader Miss Christine Hughes; womb" 'r ___ .........a
1..rOw -...
corresponding secretary Francis aNM..lr.ar.-==

Irwin; group leaden-No. 1, Miss Good seed b the-best Investment you can A......._ a" --. I

Ferri Robertson and No. S, Mill ::.1 4" v---. .... .
Virginia Hodge.Intermediate. make. When you buy KILGORE'S BRED-RITE1

B. Y. P. U..: leader, : kth u'.'ses eblsh tines

I Mrs. W. M. Johns; president Wm. SEED you buy the standard quality. lit j
McMichael: vice-president, Randolph
t Cave; secretary and treasurer '

, Lucille West; quiz leader, Just received a new shipment of Tomato,. ENJOYABLE COMFORTABLEA "

:b Ellen: Vann; chorister, Eunice ktttr treat you .ffl t
Walker,;;pianist Mrs. W. M. Johns; Squash'and Bean seed -. Views no obIiaa tins find out wlu. we km to odar and DM nfViaa 1
f,1, ,'. euadioos III sosoutia. with a in neigh Pa" .-.., as loegar visit 4
nM caw mba.wr low'ae alter-.Last II is....
For best rauli plant l Kilgore': BRED-RITE at .-flag tt bane and good tint.t vy awun. &-i sate I 1 ,
DR. M. A. BERGER iD-adtngi, aooOMianoits.; timaM, lukn .tfottt m-mtlti food
V Seed waft power, awful d.;. Yea wilt Uke *Jshoi, .

Dentist Mib foot'plaas far aa lady visit to :


36 N. Krome 'AvenfeUpstairs .II. .. PHYSICAL! CULTURE Koxxt,, INC.

.- The Kilgore ,:Seed Co. DuuriDe. New York, .'

Office. 30-4
Hour 8
, ; ".... 1Lb ..i read.s ogles" '
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" 0l'IQr xtfaltiNas ,lIom :ite Cl._Ha. .P&one.63
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Page Four THE LEADER -ENTERPRISE Friday, January 8,1&3S.lEliADEREKTERPRISE ,.. :;: :"'

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subscription list to build you brand new,air-conditiwied I THE LIBRARIAN'S Inv:
r rUIIUIt1'
Published rrldars .t Hernte4 theatre.
FU., by tile South Dahblltohlnr de BT aMAX Ik I* BOW, UBIUJRIAH
Jimmie, your whole letter to jaat full of Ktb toaecuraoiM ;
Co. You referred to the "Isea r4er tfra
theatre The "'tir de" was tM iwwa story of the injunction HOURS generation Ma people hadVermonter bee, ,
._ Editor
MM ARCHER n' mere Xader. w'Taaun .-. .. ..
Areme Club circus out
yon brought to *. Jessup believed ;
Catered M second class mail of Homestead- new item which your theatre circular ,' .-.ul e-4. Me the American Democracy but b il1EI'l:

utter Blarct J, HI*. at the port Ignored that week believed also that no country :;i" \
office at Romrstoal Florida' under, As to earfifvals old pal you and other bnalnes men When Sinclair Lewis writes a history was so ripe for a dictate '

the net ef March 1, in. in Homestead know where we stand on that question. The novel'he 118(1 sotm-tn'ItigtA' Hay tie ship as thtr'bnited'Statis ot ou _
flings the truth at and ft is' From many sources Jessup heard \ '
how in question was a circua A little bird told us that you "It "
cant her ,
happen ,
< 4 net
Jeetup ;
*..,.. raiCE.""to" A TSAR you were in one of the front rows at the Rhigltng' circus bound to hurt someone like ah had vision he saw things and heard t': ins

V.- in Miami. Well there are a lot of kids 'rrere-and some pinching shoe .Everyone reeds i things He read books and article Hand "' JIIOI

GIVE OLD MOTHER NATURE: grownmpa, too-wha tiidn't have what It takes: so to 'his'books. Small town folk do mtt newspapers he heard men talk '. ab

CHANCE Miami and pay 'the RingUtiff prices. They saw the same like what be has to my about smalltown 'over the cradle, tile Wa to close' C8

thmg here, only on :mnaller scale, for a fraction the folk In "Mala Street", yet.I touch with politic and with politicians. .. ':. &
Escape tram your ihop tore little, JDoreauu taaup uncovers "i; II
We matter lust where It may be" C08t.And Jlmmiei Itoolt atlp from a tnemer of staff because that hook presents for many ugly truth which .we deny. : U
Oo out In th* green woods and best "piuture tt,small town fivrn v': for troths simply because they-ar* i\ Do
.and went to those liula hula dances after the ctrcns performance -
in Americabut 'make
WtitttleOriwand nut only .Yft1'I uglyand us tineomfortablt VA'
r along b1 theses. ,. -didn't even stop to "eat dirt" at the.iwt -dof I whose, It was awarded'the uovetodKebel to lac*. -Sow* just straw.Us*veil j 11
Fly forth from the turbulent city stand 1 felt cheated; though, for I had seen .practicallyevery vrlse In "'8 bb&U" Ian and .haut to wuwelves, to our' 1.nelhbon

And ell of It* clangorous ills, contortion at one time or mother on your picture writeabout Dnistneea men, ndenpoee and to the wortd at larger ;: fIf

:And lilt to the jovial ditty screen. ... a a few things which snake 'ITCANT HAPPEN HERE But he
Of*ts-s tMUhetargeonlnglhnis'' if 11. E. A. same *sensitive liies*,men cringe can It hot? Think It over. Seat .
f ,a .little And *o through "X_' the book, it wont harm you ansi .

No matter hew ieudh you .njo# It .MMNMXIXNMNN" ,(NNXN.XW.--,., /, .., ,. I smith," "Elmer Gantry, TtoOs It may do some good. It may hurt, '>1;.
OKtp work fqr | moment and i worth" ete, (etcIf the mirror some of us I hope U will,but even I.
da net. FROM OUR MAIL X'--1 Sinclair Lewis.holds before v* re-'' olt will not havm any of us. Rte Ct,

Oo out for a little and "boy it"- .IXM.IXNNN/NNINXNM.N'- ......," I "' .... fleets ourselves or our rind incondemn Faith Baldwin seem to know a ;a t.!r 1/1"

Ci"v old Mother Nature a VICES BIO ATTENDANCE A1' While(1ft the city council of'Homestead 'I th* book, but It weee lot of'people-'all kind of people l

chance.Be lOWNSEVDMlETTVG i, In fact, Trsnk Skill ha not ourselves but the other fallow the young girl who lives next door, r er-
noisy end fresh and be Jolly "leaned over backward"! 'to be and his clan we term It Story true the young man about town, and :;; :Ire
Build castles of nothing but air; Editor Leader-Enterprise: fair to the people ot Homestead te life and urge everyone vx meet : thelr-elders.-too. In "Honor Bound' \\'Po
Drop and black Please allow me space in you I to read ft. .Now.here te his latest ;
worry melancholy, .
'While In their service even to the ;she tolls you about some of these f.f:. !ti\
Esc from vexation and valuable columns to say that I wish I book "It Can't Here .
+rpe care Happen
people know Did ,
that member and friends of the, extent to my certain knowledge you you ever ,I to
; of giving at least one-third of his and whether you like Sinclair wonder if two young people not "
00 lie In the and Just holler I Townsend movement would make Lewis and his whetheryou
grass working time to city business writings or in love<< but bound by a great 3
Oo law hy the babbling a special effort to attend the meet do should
atreami. when his own business needed his ; not, you read this friendship could make a nieces ,
Forget there a thing called the I ing of the club next Sunday afternoon -, attention.In book. Maybe It will waken you to of marriage? Laurie end Hank At
dollar 2:30: clock in the Neva KinCooper a few ugly facts lying right beside tried -t. ',p 'I
fairness to Mr. Skill I win 44JW
And live in your vision and school auditorium o your door, and maybe U you are
dreamt. Election of officers for the ensuing be 'truly grateful It you will convey awakened enough or awakened before H.ppfew Year i 1d
Like mitts of six months will be held a the night, like a It is too late, you may yet do
bubble. 'that time With the congress opening your paper. I something to save this United! ] A total of 9,118 Florida girls are I'now

Will vanish unquiet and fear; ,' on Jan. 3, the next few month I Your truly, States of ours which mart of us enrolled in 4-H club work, ., t Ci
And out of the Ma of your trouble will be filled with event and incident E. I.. HOOK JR. take tor granted and which most, The totalenrollment of ,_meA Iu
Will rIM the warm sunlight andcbmr. of tremendous Import to a!I City Engineer II of us know 10 ,little. Doremus Jet- in home demonstration club* In In,
those Who have the great cause I December 17, ml sup was a country editor For the state is 7,129 '. fr
-John Kendrick Bangs of human betterment heart You q .

XOHCSTEAD THE NOT PICTURE TOO CLOSETO ,I will and those enjoy laboring who the are to meeting giving the end their and that time hell all m LGRID" +Uill U q! ( "":"'' I ww. m f

I may enjoy new permanent prosperity 4r.
The December Issue of th* FlorIda I throughout th*.nation. 15-' ... Ih
Realty Journal official publication T. 1) PICIK, President, >>
of Florida 1..ltor.. pub- Homestead ToWnsend Club le .,I},, _I
we J-
liahed in Orlando, devote editorial I Homestead, Florida 4 r ..io\it WIt '" I "J"'

pace to the pleasant picture of January: 2, 1938 : ::
Increasing ales and buildings In, : JI
Florida "J'\orldllllll.are perhaps 1f Nam'IL.- .
too clot to the picture to fully SKILL'S STATEMENT r. :.ji :i
appreciate what la going on In the I ,
tale:' says the editor Violet Dun-I Editor Leader-Enterprise: !if' ,
ham "but 'U, 9U7' makea a remarkable Appearing your last Issue was "."' bo
showing for the first nine a reply by Mr. Frank L Skill to' t\- I :jeJ

anonthi of 1938, representing business the Redland District New regarding M
buildings -hotel and apart his action on certain light :r'M:!
went buildings, home and anti power rate 1 w.nt0 con- '
many 'ft ; ,
Mr. Skin laid on this .... 't
thost encouraging of all-.sale* of firm what .. '
vacant loU" The editor I* .{ the matter and to add that Mr. Skill It .1..,
opinion that the sale of lots has has always been fair In his act ; :

been due to the demand at present \ I

low prices coupled with the possibility some way ot cooking sweet potatoes .

of securing eighty per cent I' nine some sweetness i* tort '!.i
loan 'under the federal housing I IMt when they are teamed or boned. ,,. 'IJ

at-I C"emooth, sound potatoes, ;, ,
With $ 00,000 in mortgages wash them well, and bake in a .
jgiady insured through the Jacksonville moderate wes until they are soft r R 4 .'
office, according to Stall'fttor throughout Bake slowly U very ",
Font Hathaway and an moist and sweet potatoes are desired .
average of sit weight application ;\ I

coming in daily, the Journal sees tried Sweet Potatoes t..
all business 'l/J
permanently activewith The raw potatoes may be peeled, '
many winter visitors
becoming sliced and tried and should be 4
permanent residents and cooked in medium hot fat until I II
building homes
they can be pierced with a straw I :
Analyzing the benefit
accruing They 1I'IIIYd be cooked In I '
when one of these hornet is built \
I boiling water until nearly done, ,
the a
goes on say that and then peeled, sliced, and tried 8
U) forty different
types of In about one-eighth Inch of hot fat r
er* am employed: WWk-1 Breakfast served with the
relent tines of business
potatoes make good dish and the
I tiAlw
are directly Involved: (J) Wk.Ma" I' mcQcF
be tried In the >>
potatoes may savorybaoon .
permanent population Is Increased vz k A f
by an average of four; (.) the purer I
chasing power of the community Sweet Potato Croquettes *
Is permanently Intiwaaed by To 1 cop of cooked or mashed

amount of expenditure of the _that potatoes add Vii teaspoon cayenne,
family ae that all business benefits 1 I teaspoon Hour K teaspoon salt,
pttn11111P11&1Jr.Ii H cup chopped wit er ground

All this make. us wish Home.stead parched peanut, and 1 egg Mix 1' MrI I'f
did not hove a bond and high. t&troughly and shape 4nlo crocfliette I
tax problem, so It could share litthis *. Ron the croquette ;In I
bulMtny lvfly. bread crumbs and try to deep fat r I

Candied Sweet Totatoes ,

Cut boiled tweet Potatoes into trait that look like aa *gf I Sock I* the GOVERNOR PATBKXTOWTN wu governor;, -

Hints to, Housewives long slices $>!*. to earthen dish J'J'A! tJ *f o..1lfI'nitICb gnwn ta *>uth. ef,Florida for 10 yean the era *f the American
and each s"$
hit t'Nd
-, ..' on fcf butter and a little v teaspoon era Florida and whore soft mealy bright orange revolution, daring which than Jut tloiMa. sea-. I
auger the yolk tinned loyal to England floridiaa af that' COOKING '\,%EST TOT ATOM Cover the bottom of the dish with flash M closely resemble in appearance
Beside bring palatable and nu-i 'water, dost lightly with cinnamon .f a bard-boiled egg. A native *f the Central actually took part I* many expeditleu agahu:

trttknia the sweet potato rank and bake until the sugar and butter Aawrkaa tropics this castle: plant has been na*. the colonist, and welcomed thousands -t loyalito|

high In,, foal vahw .It produces ass *mve candied and Alto potatoes nlised to some extent em the Florida leys from Georgia aid the CaroUna It was during I\

1b11'ne reeldue, Which valuable' browned. where for .*..e strange *..* It thrive uder( Oil period. that Dr. Andrew Tumboa an nenr :
when there Is an eiceuot, add to Boiled 'apeeled potatoes until the poet trying and anbnwabl*........Asaaa--. 4 Governor" T ayn, abaadonsd gigaati eo'enM l&

the body Sweet potatoes can be Under Remove peelings. maeh tag a* It May west 'lt..r.** won ..p*. Haunt .f' antra project at New Smyrna. Governor To -,. \\w

iprepnred; tofoti ifnwntor of dtitiou *-, well And reaaop with butter, sat,' an ysninet. ..< mod s1--." .."*. Th flavor 4t"is ya'a adnlaMratlvn. ended te ,Jon. MM, -wfcwaj .

dlahe and a small amount ot milk anduterus eesusssl .1'Ieri4a troll .Ia_ezeeedingiyrtslt. .sad 3ew one lea with a .p eia* cmtrW' oboe i&)
Bake Sweet Potato Beat until smooth and -
U,aanm eeaawt a* a Molt of the British wales
'This M Bowlbljr the.nyw\ wholft, Ufht; and,serve while: hot. |I aw.R. .. d 'i. PVMrUaTto. .teaiatT. .. P ,?, .. .,

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. u m.'I'. Friday January 3, 1936. THE LEADER r ENTERPRISE! Parrs Five '.

r6 holidays with Mr. Robertson's Mrs Jaw Hancock underwent an]! T* father on* pound ot'4io y"S''.
.$ I cousin. Vie stton Monday morning at the! required U.OOO round trips (beep
I Kendall hospital Her condilHen from hive to flower to hive says
;.i'I'' In and Jtround Min Maggie Sneed of Columbia la repto be satisfactory Robert B foster. :
: Tenn., to a house pest of Mr ............ I 1
*i; s and Mrs. Frank Oevmain. Mr. and Mrs. A.:Btahoff of Washington !
D. C., who aN wintering at
tI' Homestead Mrs. Mary BeUnsM Miss Isabel I Miami Beach weN Tuesday guestsof .,I
Mr and Mrs M. Sllverman
Becker and Grover Becker came; p pI
from Miami to spend Christmas PA1M
..relatives her*. Mr. and Mrs. M. SUvomun and
ii/i./ The Rv and "1'1. C .N Walker er of Champaign, til, who have grandtflflWren! were Friday guests E .
; .} left Thursday to attend the tn.eespent their whiten tot the past Mr. and Mrs. O. Z. Ferrell and of their son and daughter-in-law
I Y;N Inge! the Florida Educational Asa dozen years or more at Tort l ud- son, ;Jimmy of Dante were Sunday Mr and tin. Eddie Sflvrm, j >/ !
s sedation In Orlando. During their erdale; and Mr. and Mrs. Hamil of II8IItaeI Mrs. Blakohe'QuI,- proprietors of theIr opened
C tmace. their youngestdaughter, Fort lUderd Cabana 8portwer Shop hi Miami
i 1 Carol Will visit telatlves to Coral I IUn.MJ'I. Beech I J
.1-+: }" GabtM Miss Ito Will bt ties pelt Mrs. Lee H. Lehman and son, Nina Brandenburg of Miami ,. \
e :f; of hiss Fern Jtobertaon and Miss CtsyUm returned yesterday troma. spent the. OvWoM kolMaya Mrs. Fred Redd to TeachIn ,
' hurts will visit Miss 'Virginia l __ _It visit In Dayton Beach. with her parente, >Ir. and Mrs.
ind Miss Cllmbeth: McUwsln. Local Kindergarten fens 1
t Boner B. E..Scott. doPnblIc

,0/I operation"1'. U "Webb It "the tmderwettt Tost Graduate a minor Mr. and Airs." W.: 3. liarin el Mrs Fred Ttaia nnouneeii yen Vii hies :

r 1" 1M :Jaffott Yeturneft VenteyIromTOnrton'Sulem hospital yesterday.Mrs. Syracuse, K Y.. wereSunday terday that she will tale charge
, : N. CH wbm t guests at the 4. a. HusselL home.Mr Neva df the King kindergarten room in the ........ ....... ...... j
Cooper School tor the
week MUtivw.
a vWtUif
; Paul bean of
\ Oraofeburi, *. Catherine letter who lus rest ol the school jrear. Mrs. CaalAnOersDU
5. c.
wa..In Komestead Thure- who the tad
opened -
I Mr. and Mrs. 3. O. Carter offtoomritte teen ill 4he put two weeks to able
flay to visit her slater Mrs. Tracy: garten la the rail hat asked Vora
; i. ,N. "arrived in Home- Chinners. to be out again leave ot absence because of the illness For the Bert ia
u steam list week In time to eat of her Side !
Aaughter. Tktrs.
,', Christmas dinner with Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Tern Cohemour OPTOMETRYDR.NEUENSCnWNDER
Mrs. B. 0. WllldlllOft .nd her Paul Reynolds substituted tor tin.
entertained Bob
Bourquin and
1in. .tter'. parents, h{r and
son, Charles, arrived from Mount Anderson a low weeks befoirChrtttmas. I "
. Mr*. Henry Carter, and hl''f brothorinlaw Don Wiley on New y..r'a1)aJ. .
Dora last i <;
Thursday visituntil DR. IT. GONZALEZ
. .
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
,I \''\. John 'MdClmmcy. They plan to, this coming Sunday with MrsWilkinson's :, Miss Gladys Dean of Fort Pierce the Mrs.Homestead Redd Is a former teacher Qf'1 111 Venettaa Area*.
uncle and aunt kindergarten.
,' spend a few week visiting relatives and arrived *n Monday to be bridesmaid Mia"L'
Mrs. A. O. Cain.
at the Warren-Tamblyn wed-
and friend before returning .
. '
to the North. Charles Carr who formerly lived ding.Mr. Green: Lantern: Restaurant : :
1 in Homestead Is a guest this
tin. O. W. Catkin of Vero. and Mrs. Harley Strong and
week of Paul Vann, and his sister .. ADJOINING HOTEL 1tEDLANDBep.r
f family of Westerleyville. Pa., arrived
beach and her
daughter Mini JoAnn
.. y Miss Ruby Carr, is a guest of Miss Steak w Chicken Dtaner toe
Thursday tor the winter, and 4
:I former Homestead residents,, Louise FacettL Dinner too Vegetable ,pent Monday and Tuesday withlift. are camping in their housecaron All Kinds .( Ifome-sna4e SMdwIohes "
,''and Mrs. R. L. Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. Avenue B.
Paul Lucas of Indiana -
J IY'. and their son, Charles, who Ed Thompson was confined to )
'" 'J.f.Miss Mary Faithful- of New York are visited spending the winter in Miami his home the past week with malaria THE REDLAND CAFE -t
Mrs. Clara Van Winkle
.City and her brother Harry Faith- family Sunday. and but is able to be out.alaln. MBS. A. LABORS fnf. \ 1
t" ;. fal'of' Greensboro, Md.. are visit f
log their mother, Mrs. Georgia ;;;i11 Miss Jeanette Sever .underwent }
faithful and their brother-in-law D P. Hail at Ills home an operation for appendicitis Friday VEGETABLE PLATE 15* CLUB BREAKFASTS 15* tIP f
on West Mowrjr street HATE MWCH WITH DESSERT AND DRINK as*
..': and sister, Mr. and Mrs. K. A I at the PostGraduate hospital. i

r. ,Fleming.SB Robert 3. Carter, lIOn of Dr. Writ .

;, The* Rev. and Mrs.- W. Powell and J. Carter, waa in the graduating Mrs. Annie Sllverman and son, A rue q
1 *
; Their three small daughters ndMrs. class at the V. S. Navy School In Kenneth, of Brooklyn, N. Y., who
,. 'C. H. Patchet, all of Red Washington, D. C., on Dec. 20. are spending the winter sit 'Miami
.j ,. Kick' lU, arrived Sunday.: Mr Beach were Sunday dinner (tests fit
,) "- Powell ieturned'toheddick Mon FLORIDA CITY of Mr. and Mrs. M.wnnan.and

'jiiby but Mr*. Powell and the chtl- firs. W. W. Be...,. CorrespondentMr. family f
.,iron will spent the winter at the .....
. .r.I. "atchett home. "" --, Mrs X. J. Rhodes bas returned
',: and Mrs. Virgil Bird, Me. from an extended visit with relatives
I.Mr. and Mrs.. Robert E Ander- and Mrs Harry Hunter Percy in Miami. She was econtpanled (
',:. jon' and heir children Gene and Hunter and Finchle Cochran, all of by her daughter, Mrs.O. t F
Bobby attended a family reunion Miami were Christmas guests of Blythe, who will remain here for
Christmas Day -at the bona of Mrs. J. K, Scott. a few days \

'1.. .. Mrs.' Anderson's parents, Mr. ndMrs.
AlaMo McEwen, in Miami Mrs. J H. Simmons was called Mr. and Mrs. FrILl Sohreader
the McEwen children, fell tough to Petersburg, W. Va., on Dee, and two children were Christmas
lets were all present with their 28 by Ilia serious illness of het guests of Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Ar- Q
'lIu banda and children, as follows: mother, Mrs. Susan Arbo lt. nold of Hobs Sound. Miss Vena
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Head and Arnold returned with them to RIGHT NOW IS THE T1MF
daughter Jacqueline, Mr. and W. F. A. Robertson and Miss Florida City for a one-week visit
'- Harlon Robertson have returned wtth relatives and friends fiere
Mrs. H. S. Smith and son, H. &,
';,u c 14r, of Hialeah; and Mr. and Mrs from Tampa where they spent the and In Homestead. Tans DOTS has Votn a totter time to got
: Wright of Miami; and Mr.

; and Mrs. Fred Moore of At-' The ae eott II tight .1 costa we still low s e | !

J IMr.Mr spent* Julia the Polk.week-end here, For Greater Crop Production, S want now. low-cert loon plan ore available, ;.

and the general building outlook k one. *f
," Huby Jane Abbott of Ashe.4yill .: For Finer Qualitythe higher ratter them lower COItIo'j
'" \\.7} N. J., left for Mr home Wed
'\ ri' ls after spending the holl- U Tine shown this Ja Inexpea '
'Coleys plan on ) page an
i ;
with Mr. and Mrs. Don Ferjeynu ( tw requisites of successful 1IIe'armlnd'Use (
; lvo little onetarr homo but wo have designs

>>*' and Wn, Ira J1.. Haynmi IIdj I SOILADE 2O lor our also, typo, or style :which you might

1Yal+rnt :ra I faaltas.guest their son,'& 4 w require,.

:Loft talk Ike whole thing over e*r COfffiW, I
t taut Sunday visitors at the home ,
|,"of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mohan In-i SoJlaflc gives you these advantages!

| eluded Mr and Mrs. H. Crouse of because its process of manufacture
to :Ridgtejr, Md.,and their tw your g i 1W 1
l&dautchters; Mr and Mrs. F. Fish- blends together In rfectly' balanced r

form, mineral, collodial and organic r. N \

;,.-' Turner's Funeral Home I plant foods, Including all of the essen- fAiplb

:r. HER. iMBrLANCB SERVICE i tial elements necessary to normal plant s% N At.Ir -

'Ijidjr Attradra ,
growth in *uch manner as to insure
Phone 114 R homestead, TIe :

I :your plant normal, lonyer-lived, natural

rro'\\1h. ,

DR.B.EGATLINDentist. '


< ." SOILflDE Inc. ,

Office In Ph Harusuan ts. 'Si' Bide. -CAIIL F. WARNER, 'RepresentativePhone W. D. Home CoM 1Ic.HOIl8tnd. .

ffiSiltAiTAilA1lIDA 27 Ifomotead, Fl*. .1

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Page Six: THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday. January 3, 1936._

.. BRIDE OF HARRY E. COOPER Give YOUNGER SET DANCE Marvin Pritchard, Carson Malcolm

i Mia Gladys Sharpe and Harry I Miss Iv* Dyal and Mica H orl- arid Whitney Beam

E. Cooper were married Saturday rite Hartman were Mstaiea to
Social Events j evening by the Rev C. N. Walker, member ot the younger set at a BASKET DINNER ENJOYED:
pastor of the Pint Baptist Churchof AT GRANT MALIAN HOME
snowball dance in Legion Hall
I 1'-01, ){ I'' of Homestead, at the home of thebride's i: Saturday evening Other noveltydance Former residents of Cuba and
some of their friend were together -
brother-in-law and sister,
*, also were on the program
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Polk at the Grant Mahan home on
AD ASTRA AND NARANJA CHAPTERS Mr. Cooper Is the rural mall There were Christmas. decorations New Year' Day for a basket dinner e
In the hall, and Chvtitma
and a good visit
INSTALLATION carrier for Homestead and
0. E.
were given M favors. Red
Cooper I* a teacher In the Those present were: Mr. and
Santa Claus Ice
cream wa
City:; ichool. They have MI'I.// Mn. Wm. Carleton and ton, Dan-
About one hundred and fiftywon ja officer with badge of office, from motor with matching cake.
a trip iel, of Miami; Mr. and Mr Ing.
present HI the Joint installation and Miss Turner who I* also a put
the state, and are now settled In Punch was served during the void Blrk and their ton, Tommy;
of officer of Ad Astra Chapter matron of the Homestead chapter, their new home on N. W. Sixth: I evening by Mr*. E. J. Dyal: and Mr. and Mr*. A. B. Thompson and
No. 71 and Naranja Chapter gave the Homestead officer their street Mrs. M. 1>. Hartman, mother of their daughter of
Ko. US. O. E. $, held In the NIHjwaja badge the young hoatesses. young
N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robert
Nancy chapter room KIckard Monday of Miami nightMrs Naranja officer installed were MRS. TAtfBLYN WEDS The guest included: Miss Fay of Miami; Mr. and Mrs Frank

matron, the Mr Mary Fennell. worthy ma- ERNEST A. WARREN Roger and Miss Kathleen Hickey Bell, formerly of Camaguey, Cub*,
junior past grand was b
Installing 0I'tk'er. She w** assisted tron: D. E. Baihor, worthy; patron; Mn. Edith Tamblyn, pastor of of Miami, Mia Hazel Pennlngton, now of Miami,and their daughter, t
Mr Anna Albright, associate Miss Jane Gatlin,Miss Helen West, Patricia and C.
by: Mr*. Oar' c:. Vihlin, of Nosouls ma- the Free Methodist Church In Marjorie; Mn. P.
liutaUInf (Chaplain; Mrs tron; Arthur X. Davis, associate: Florida City wa married to Ernest Miss Nina Dyal Miss Elizabeth Jackson and son, It Jackson, and s

Marian Neeb of Biscayne Bay patron; Mr Helen C. Pepper, secretary A. Warren of Birmingham,Ala., Skill MU Alta Webster, Miss Mia Jennie Lobdell of Homestead;
Mr Laveta Brown. treasurer Bobble Summerlin Miss Nina, and Mr J. I
Chapter of Miami, installing tnar ; Tuesday evening In the Free Meth- W. Porte of RedUnd
anal; and MIaJ'.Iote1Je Turner of ; Mr*. Effie Bashor, conductress odUt Church by the Rev. M. A. Pearl Bush, Mia Marcia Cauzena, and her daughter Miss Lillian, of
Mr Mildred Mia Jean Parman, Miss Betty New N. J.
; Tomphaon Brunswick
of the
Ad Aura Chapter, assistant marshal Soper, pastor Redland and
associate conductress Mr Bowen, Jack Gatlln. Carl Reden
; Clara Florida ,
Mr. W. O TomphwHVWMorganist City Community Churches.
C. Vlhlen, chaplain; Mr*. ROM Lee Miss Gladys Beast of Sebrtng Edwin Lawrence, Donald Anderson The Supper Club meeting which 3

Chapman, marshall; Mr, Mary was bridesmaid and Miss Nellie of Miami, Theodore Franklin, was to have been held on New
Th officers wen seated for the Ellen Talbott, organist; Mr Margaret Goodlng and Miss Matt- Pierre McDaniel, Otha Hackler, Year's evening at the home of Mr. b
ceremony In a half circle facingthe Fennell, Adah; Mr*. Viola son, wen maids of honor. Little,Bill Geronimo, John Walton Jack and Mra. T. J. Faust will be held I

iiutalllng officers, and ten Bell Ruth; Mr*. Nan Vihlen, Esther : Jeredean Tamblyn the small Krome,Billy: Arthur, Bobby Caves there ext Wednesday evening.
little candle bearer droned iniwhite
Mr. Oda Martha
; Zardrey ,
daughter of the bride
filed In and surrounded the Mr*. Sadie Vlhlen, Elects, Mr. flower I

officer who repeated their obligations Pearl Drlggen, warder; and W. I!. girl.The bride and her attendant
by candlelight The
Owen, tentinel.Homeitead .
ondlebeareri were: Dorothy Beh- came down the left aisle and the

ren, France Walker, Hazel Halt- officer installed bridegroom and the best man,Clifford I 11d
were: Mrs. Grace Turner worthy Campbell, came down the
lip. Mary Catherine Suber, Mar-
Jorla Fogle, Marie Bather, Willeta matron; W. B. Cave, worthy patron right able to meet them in front, Off the Gravy ,
and Wanda Tomphton, Lena Belle ; Mr*. Louise Harris, associate of the pulpit. I
Bond and Loll Sage. matron, Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., associate The bride wore a white silk,

,. Christina Torbert, dressed inS patron; AIM Marie Altman,I crepe dress, the bridesmaid wore I
white carried flower to the star secretary; Mrs. Lucille Calkins, pale blue and the\ maid of honor|I StandardThe
treasurer; Miss Helen Livingston,j wore white.
I point a* Mr* Neeb recited poetry. I
Mr*. C. N. Henderton, retiring conductress; Mia Alice Macomber I Miss Dean sang a solo after the

worthy matron of the Narsnju associate :r;: :t'nw; Annie j ceremony. I L
chapter gave an address of welcome Butler, M.: A watch service wa* held In the
and introduced the Installing Bradley, chaplain; Mr J. D. Redd 1 J church and a midnight supper wa
old U. S.A.
good went off the
officer She wa presented with organist; Miss Marian Robertson, served In the parsonage.
Adah, Mil :Eloise Ruth
Bradley ;
a pant matron' jewel by W. O.
Mill Thelma Turner, Esther Mill FAMILY PARTY IS GIVEN
Talbott tint
worthy patron of the Gold Standard last
Naranja chapter Either Livingston, Martha; Mr*. AT nOME OF C. T. FUCIIS, 8R. year,

Mra W. CK Tomphson presented Harold Sheffield, Elects; Mr*. One of the merriest of the family: ,
Mr. Ben Flower, warder; N. T. Mc- Christmas parties of the district dollar e
Tomphson, retiring worthy making
sentinel. wa that Mr. and Mr your
patron of the Naranja Chapter, Courtney given by ,
with a past patron' pin. Sandwiches and coffee were Fred Redd at the home of,Mrs. '
Redd father, C.or. Fuch, Srt'It worth: .*- *JI""...
Mrs. Ne b presented the Naran- served after the Installation.
began Christmas morning when
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the package around the Christmas
EDWIN LAWRENCE: HOST !secretary and Mill Helen Livingston tree were opened. Then followedan 59c a

At NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE treasurer. old-fashioned Christmas breakfast

Edwin: Lawrence ton of Mr. Mrs. Suber gave an itemized report and at three o'clock, a Christmas .

and Mr*. X. L Lawrence, wa of the fund received from the dinner.
bat to the younger act at a New circus. Present were: Mr. Fuchs, Mr. The Dixie Drug went off the

Year' Eve dance In the Llon'i Plum were discussed for a pot- and Mrs. Fred R. Link and granddaughter

Den. Since Mr Lawrence had luck supper for O. E. S. membersand Rutale Link, Mr. and Standard last week
not yet returned from a visit In their husband to be held In Mrs. Fred Fuchs and lIOn, Freddie, Gravy

Georgia Mr* E. J. Dyal and Mra. the L O. 0. 7. hall Jan. SI. The Mr. and Mrs. Redd and daughters,

Oeo M. Fricfc; assisted the young committee in charge 1* a* follows:: Annabel and Teresa, C. T. Fuchs, but your dollar i is
host and Mr. Lawrence Mia Either Livingston, Mrs. Albert Jr., and daughter Jane, and Rich- T

were added to usher In the new Meybem and Mr*, Harold I ard Fuch
')"ear. Sheffield. MnTwTD.: : still worth
Mr. and Coker and
Hundreds of gay colored balloons Mr*. Oea W. Turner, Jr., Mr* J:.I their son-in-law and daughter, r
were suspended from the ceiling, E. Altman .
and at and Mr* Harris were Mr. and Mn. J. T. Martin, enter. lOOc
midnight theme were exploded appointed to
arrange a rummageale
talned at Christmas dinner, Mr.
and other noise maker for Jan.'18. err
and Mr. Ja. Coker of South Ml-
added to usher In the new Miss
yean Turner appointed MnJ"; )
arol and Mr. Coker'i brother and
Green and red Ice creallbelli E Davis, Mr*. W. M. Bradley and at i
slster-ln-low from Lily, Fla., Mr. :
bearing New Year
Mra Sheffield
greeting were to discus plan tota
and Mr M.OW.. Coker. and their
Peeved with cab Iced In green play to be given In the near future six children. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. S
and red.
Mra Sam Davis. won the Coker and family remained until ,
The guests Included: Miss \v mystery package. '
Friday. The Dixie Drug
Dyal Mia Faye Roger,Miss Hazel Present were: Mr*. Meybem. I

Ptmnlngton, Mla Mabel William, Mr, W:B. Cave, Mr*. Annie But

Mid Betty Bowen, Mia Helen ler, Mr*. Harris, Mr*. Altman, Mr*. Eva Estelle Sullivan
West, Miss Marcia Gauxen. Miss I Bradley, Mr Sheffield, Mr*. J. J:. The Rexall Store I'

Nina Pearl Bush, Miss Virginia Davis Mr*.Suber,Mr*.Sam Davis, Teacher of Pianoforte
Frkk. Mill Nip Dyal, Mix Hen- Misses Helen and Esther Livingston
rletto Hartman Miss Jane Gatlln, M1M Estelle Turner, Mm BEGINNERS A SPECIALTY rase MAHy

Mix Mary Ramon, John Walton, Thelma Turner.Johnnie Lou Harris Ul N. J:. lad AT. Homestead

Other llackler, Pierre McDonlel, J'Neese Altman Winifred and

Whitney BeanvJtfarvin Pritchard, Virginia Burton and) Joyce Walk-
Theodora Franklin, Robert Gaua- .,..".. ""'l kJ7': 1:1:
eta, Jack OatUn, Billy Arthur, er.MR. .
Canon Malcolm. Carl Dcden-and AND MRS. McCONNELL CARE 1'1

Mr. and Mr W. T. McConnell and Beauty Permanent '
MISS EStEIJUK TURNER ISARCME entertained a group of Miami ,r.

: CLUB PRESIDENT friend at dinner Sunday. Coven Tni beauty demand won't do ;

Mill Citelto Turner Wit elected wet laid for Mr. and Mr*. P. A. the beat of care .t an 4

president of the Anne Club .(f Lattater, their ion, P. A., Jr., two ''time. Whether you
tray O E:, S. at a meeting held Tuee4ay daughter,. Mia Louise and Virginia wish a wave, a facial, .
at the home of )(" Ceo. W. Mr. and Mr Clyde; Mar a manicure, or any: of Thh rev lore awe yea U perfect
Turner; Jr. Mia Turner aucceed way ol Connecticut: who are the other essential aid 'U a (iimaHfl Marie ol curls

Mr*. Fred Suber who wa elected .pendin,"the winter In Miami Bill to beauty, you'll find ( ,W she auH o*tat ssdt'Ihaca die ,

first Vice-president ,Other officers McConnell. .and Alvah Talor. ,- 'the skilled operator at tied we ghe fm wilt Hffttmn--' ['
lot we Mt he hmnmriaulty h-
elected were: Mr*. Bob Harris" I Pat's Beauty Parlor
ready to serve you em E..*.M.MeV wkh loess o& I
._ char al aw \
.quickly at any Urn*. Irpre.sm sea realm .
I...... Skdtetsi'ytafflagmm -...cI".II "' -

Annie% Mayhew' Fitzpatrick Cmclraele.CemblaaUeaPERMANENT Spiral a** twillBueh'/,pt *7".,,clwiad t.err '-

Graduate Oberp"Conservatory and Royal Prices J3 $6 WAVES$7 .: ."
Conservatory of Leipzig PAT'SBEAUTY Barber Shop 'I''I'A


Miss UtLOC BROWN, operator It I\KRQMS TINa ;
K4Und Road. Near Biscayne Drift Phone 1\I 539-R JlM'ft. BIde. \

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Friday, January 3,1936. THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page SevelJ''

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IIQ.------!; ,... Jam -Kettog The Calendar of B I CLASSIFIED ADS '1 : : I

CLUB HEARS TALK .. Supine and Pt'efat
Mary France Arthur, Wedne* RATE: Pint Insertion 10? a line, subsequent inprtfona
:<""iOaWAY AND SWEDEN day evening at their new home on an* club. k a Hoe

tits}. AshJ Avocado drive) and Redland road. Jan. a-Ad Astra

!', Mine Elizabeth McHwaln was E. S., meeting In I. O. O. .. -.i ... -

3nyra during the holiday wall winner in an advertising game, Jan. Meeting of FOR RENTTTCDCK Instruction-Female I
...guest speaker at the Newear's and Mis Eunice Walker won in Auxiliary of Episcopal 'I
party of the Woman' Club cootie. covered dish luncheon at : FOrTTnrygraaWitn driver. WE: WILL SEt..2CT.1. young

et toioineitead Wednesday even- Mr H. L. Cook at 1 One and a halt ton Font 0, flat ladle from Homestead vicinity
Fourteen candle p.
She gave aa interesting and I were on the body to haul product or fruit. with knowledge *l shorthand
1111 account of her travels la birthday cake. Jan. 8 Joint Estel Cooper, 21 West 17th St. and typing, to halts immediatelyfor

orw'1 and Sweden. Mr Jane The guests Included: Mis Betty 0. W. and Woodmen's I Hialeah, Fla- (pJIT Secretarial position. Write .
alii"{ gave a reading, "Nettle'sIionary Blake, Mis Lucille Week Miss ficer In I. O. O. F. hall. Schoeck Secretarial Training, ififf"

Gift" I Virginia Dorsey, Miss Nina Dyal Jan 8-Meeting of TOMATO LAND In East Glade tot Boa .Homestead. (pills73)MISCELLANEOUS

|*pot luck supper was enjoyed.raa Mill Marcia Causerie, Mia Ed- at home of Mr. and rent. See R. S. Crew on tngra-
planned by the December wina Close. Miss Mcilwain and Faust I ham Hwy at Blake1. Filling Station

tree Mr*. Don Ferreyra,,I Mia Walker. Jan. 6-Junior Woman' (dJ7-J31))

trs,'Jai. McCready and Mr Fred Homestead meeting in I FOR RENT-Florida City twnlihed PIANO TUNING and repairing ;.

lilting/ and the January commitr NINETY COUPLES ATTEND. Jan. Redland P.-T. house with fireplace. Inquire Good used piano for sale ehenp.

}In. Sterling Dickinson, Mra.KJuule JUNIOR CLUB DANCE Ing In school auditorium.Jan. j i Leader-Enterprtso. W. Eo Koon au N. W. Srd sa. i I
Joiner and Mrs. (.eo. Ran-, Meeting of W. I
( Ninety couple attended the Circle One with !.fn. Art .
oo.B.H.,8. ESTATE
1 New Year' Eve dance sponsoredby Jan. I. Woman' FOR SALE REAL

the Junior WOI1I n'i Club Homestead study cbua at I
CLASS OF '35 of VALtft l-room house lhrFprnlahed.
[ Homestead FOR SALE-Avocado graft and BIG : -
at the Homestead Mill Jennie Lobdell at
[ DINNER PARTY All Improvement St
IMS city
Country Club.A Jan 13-Garden Club budwood, heavy bearing Taylor
a CUa of 1B3S of Homestead variety. Frank Lardon Richard *. TIle word BARGAIN baa
at home of .fn. M. P.
pf.'gji School was given a dinner New Year' breakfast was Jan. 13....Meeting of road between Waldltt and BUcayne been .ntly. *overworked, but 1\yI

[party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. served. .. an' Club of Homestead I drives Redland3)) do not hesitate to aajr that this
ijfif Tom Vann Monday evening by Miss Pearl Whitaker, Mia Inei property i* a Big Bargain Price I

[Miss Alta Vann, Miss Louie Long Branch and Mrs. Wnv John were house.Jan. 15 Arema I FOR SALE Modern house, closeIn Including furniture bed Unon t
cpatrlck and Joe Gauzens, 1 the committee In charge. CJvb unfurnished. $1,200 cash and table linen. dluhe, now s
with Miss Helen ..
d'mberm' of the class. Term can be arranged Box 711, 12,200 reduced from SJ.rxX: ) !

the other present were Miss Mr. and M.... 1:. J. Dyal enter- onstration Jan. Homestead Club meeting. \ Homestead. (J3U) Fine furniture and plenty of It. ,

ttoryl Ma Groover. M4s Katharine tained at New Year'a dinner Mr. Jan. id-Redland Home H. A. Cameron. (dlStf) I

Harper, Miss Valera Fitch, Miss and Mr TRACTOR completely
Glenn Smith and daughter -I stration Club meeting.Jan. I
overhauled. First clad condition REAL ESTATE-Thee* who .
[Myrtle Moon, Miss Leila Bullard, Mrs. P.
Patsy, B. Bird Sr., IS-Arerna Club tell Kedland District .
: newly painted. Bargain LleweKlyn buy or
Miss Elizabeth Caplinger, Miss and Mia Faye Rogers of Miami sale In colored town. .'
[M rybelle Gibbi, Miss EvelynThomas who 'la a guest this week of Miss Jin. 21-Meeting of Machinery Corp., Miami real estate will find uptodatelistings of {.
i : : i Fla. J3-17) In our office. Many
Mix Rose Caves, Jack Iva Dyal. Club of the Itedlands In el .1 still at subnormal I
TlvmaI Jahnfty HofTet, Ben Pulley these listings are
[and Bobby Cave. I TOMATO P.LANTS-G F. Talbot, price We shall appreciate ... : {
Silver Palm and Richard Road.. either your Inquiries or ,i t
J-H HOMESTEAD V. F. W. BENEFIT I (n29tf) your listings, all of which win t I

PRESIDENT SURPRISED have our best attention. Now I* "
At MEETING THURSDAY SQUARE DANCE TONIGHT SETS OF 0 baby jar of tropical the time to buy. B. W. Morris .\

KTh* Homestead High 4-H and 1 Jellies, assorted, celophane wrap now associated with It A. Cameron I

intermediate 4-H held a work I at New Simmons Packing: House ped, packed In carton ready for N. W. 1st St.. in Citizens .
[meeting vuierday to complete required -, 1 charge 250 I
NORTH FLAGLER AVENUE HOMESTEAD mailing f 1. Mailing Bank Bide Phone 72. .
article Three or four of, :
Mr*. Bertha Edwards, Redland
the girl began'work 01a quilt, Mule br Cotton Picker Banal road between Pluramac and Coconut ACREAGES AND GROVES \

t wrhich' will later be sold for the 1:10 411-r Men SSc, Ladle Palm drives. (nlStf) L specialize In Redland properties. ,

refit of the club. I Send me your listing of property
Mr*. Fred Redd; the leader anF FOR SALE-Tom" Baron English for sale

ounced that honor will be given strain White Leghorn; laying CHARLES I. BROOKS

at next Tuelda)'* meeting I young hen from super-laying 110 N. E. First St MiamiWANTED
KMra. C 0 Robertson a* a birthday contest. Flock of three)hundred.. i i

surprise for her daughter I Sears January I Will sell whole or: In part. Owner I x.-

iFero, president of the club, served. : leaving for winter. Mn. F.: .!

Joe cream and hot chocolate. I Lardon, Akhard road between their !
WANTED -Parent* to keep
pOthert present were: Annabel WHITE GOODS I .Biscayne and Waldin drive, Red- children out of my farm. Geo. .

and Teresa Redd, Lent Belle and 1'I land. (pd27-J3) Washington Dr. Mangua pasture,

"ildia Grennell, Norma Eloise East Glade. (pJS
and Rachael Coalman Virginia : Now in ProgressOur LEGAL NOTICES

.Rioter Ruth Owens, Merle Jenk- I MIDDLE-AGED lady desire position i

ins, Melba Van Winkle Mavis' Famous CALL ran BID-* al practical'riurse or housekeeper .

Watts, Katherine Orfanedes, Betty I City af Jaawatoad, node .._..... Fl rid,. for refined couplet- Call .

Bardee, Rosa Bilello, Leola Little I LaunderileSHEETS :, 't
and Mn Carlson. 'I'nTERANS I: Ice a. M ya ta I a'alwk a. m., K. S. Goulette, RFD $)o. 1, Box SIM
I I I J... lath land. a< wklrb time and Pleas d27U) '
all kwa rtcaload will' ka anhlMr oanwdand ( 1
[ OF FOREIGN WARS tend .""' ., for tarnishing alt aularM -
[TO GIVE BENEFIT DANCEA I Isis and t:" ad q.taoetlaa"t-Wat.e ontoa.tsemo.0 WANTED-Furntehed apartment '
Pews lmpne.n
square dance for the benefit 63x99 aN Power ,.... a.Itartn..'. near center of town. Will rent OH J
t 1 Harry O. Hall Post, Veteran of { e.Lrl knows a ,. W. A. I'rol.tI yearly basis. Apply Leader-Ell-I

,Forego| Wars will be given to- Size 94 I:. .j.r..J. rrd..d alM the I/W tin terprise.. I
'light on the second. floor of the each I will MX b. MiuUmd.bed .
kM .hall be Mbnlttxi hi OupllMtaon RAGS/.. WANTED-Th* LeaderEnterprise -
IW W H Simmon packing house, nd., .e. ._ tones mpplM by the City rf HUMllwi -
will classified
'oed. FloridGeh l : bid mace 100 arromp.otd swap
'On North Flagler avenue. I 1x99, a. _. .
by a mortified sheer r bid bend lathe advertising or subscription* for
Music will be furnished by the 01x100 e. awn.nt .. per aaal ((6%) af DM
Cotton'Picking Band from Gould, Cases ..14. ... I baat kid af rvaraataa the UM. bidder Ifawarifctf wiping rags. 7c a pound allowed -
Ida aoatraat will wI.h.lei for clean rags, white or color \
Bunting will begin at 8:30.: I h f aanaaf vtlva aalaadar *aaaa offer wriinn
Sheet and Cues that have been laboratory tested. 1 notlr being fflvaa af orb award, tntor Into ed. Knit underwear preferred
woven, bleached amtwy-whlt with the minimum I| a ........ aeatr o0 with the CIV .' Hoaia.ilaad. .
REBEKAHS riorlda. Ill ... with the tt
IVENTEENTII ANNIVERSARY: el filling- Bbeeta yea want. .at savings yew eaat afford t* I araraud kM. and eve a Contract Snrnr -
1[ Band aatlarafo .a sew City ., H_ CITY DRAY
r A combined birthday and 20x40 "Cannon" "Cannon" made i I.... 'I.rlel., and the r.sash lm.raene:
.Christmas party was held by Ukaety I Adminkaratf.n" of Petit. Wert. iH.tele. IIEK3IAN WATTS Prop
after oalM "P. W A equal to eme
Rebekah Lodge"No. 48 in Bath Towels Bed SpreadsISe 1 I htmirrad far Wr .<.*%) at UM Contract Halting of any kind at any ;

"Jlebratlon' of its aeventeent aniversary I I Awed af aoatrart It anntlnirant root .. Safe delivery gaaranPHONE -

r Mr*. Gertrude Capllngr i VALVES! Turkish Towel $1.91 VALVES! Spread I I waaiaa-*l invla tram. the. .P. W A and I *. 513-W
lanklart uf the HUM
Mw aaUmrbatloa
and Mr*. Blanche Chapman, i Solid famous name. .... to
with "Cannon labels a I! Dtrwtnr of the P. W. A. of FlnrMa. and
the oldest member Were present- j I color or white with colored Jacquards and Rayoaa ,'bO Mddar mar, withdraw his bid I... i
{ d,with bouqueta roues. .Plans ; border. Double loop smartly soallopeal New .. I II 1 net aarfcid for Vista'I 10)* UMraof dun our tlv
1 ere made for ,Installation' ofIkut $1.69 each I Thaw will ... atallabla MM wore Gun
2 tor 39c
( ; in the lodge hall Mondaytight I I fortr+.7. via hl kundrwillvhtan
dollars ,III.M) laf raatriKtl aw
Coral Rebekah Lodge of
SEARS Third FloorSEARS Paean
Coconut Grove will have chargethe I 'the .alveolar ..wdl .aknwtraTtorfhall +
| per laaar aat l lose Mon Uw proaallt.e '
Installation ceremony. AND ease rataa far the laaalky vhrra ttw work s
I U to ka aawtraMad. nntk a.l.lmiua raw II III
BIRtHDAY I i having been damailnad kr la "Uv af i iHtWMaUad.
= PARTY is GIVEN I rtarMa. and .wra #l kr tbtMala I II'
FOR MARY FRANCES ARTHUR Biscayne Boulevard, Uth to 14th Street, MIAMI IMraMar af tka P. W. A. af rVwida
I TIM aaaMaafi'II| bidder WIll'" WqalrrdHMand. 401 1
p Mrs A. F. Arthur gave a birthday 1- to ...... .. bls. s-s __. 111'.1 i
| party for her daughter, Mlu C. eenwh.e Pablk Llabaiy" I
Bad Prap.rw D.lawr.w.., an mob.eet I
EXPERT RADIO 1. tM sparsest d the said ckv of
l/.rn..e.d. Pie., sad be P W. A.
; i All work shall ka":taaa In aaaurduaa wild i\
JOHN Q. BALLET POST NO.,4 HOMESTEAD ELECTRICAL SHOP nib and raajnlatlma adavM kr Uv T W .
I' A. apirtkakw. ow set Pretoria and .....
? AMERICAN LEGION, M. D. JArOBSEN, Prop. I IM la ajuaiiaam wllll plane and contractw.m.nts w; 1
Mart tnt and third Wednesdays ralalrw thereto whlrk war kaaaamlnad I II
10 N. Krom: Avenue MMM I at the ai.UW CUP Eavlnaarof !
II- at, America Legln Wd .. Ika CW ft = wd. rfcrkta. or, nil I 1.
laid the ixriM af ...bU. W-... AdmlnUtralkw.BanwM .
tort office Booth Know AT,
Bank ldirrjait .ii.JI| > rb andnrk
Uonwtiead, Fla.HOMESTEAD. I .jI I ... ahd JoTOtfl"JWKnw; '. uafka OLD
: Mrnrad fmai *f redS."-, kdmlphw .
,. !neMeM IharawKh 11Io. aunt .
,", Surveys '!fork Dollaaa aat slap af whtt be ':.t1"lJ.-'i11.. :" ; : Im kr 'i iI !
I mfuaM woo ralura. of laid alaaa' anatantract
LODGE NO. SI I A. R. LIVINGSTON doraaMnla In cond foadllkM wUk*
; I In M (Ml Mara sties Uu award af tka I
IkmtorSHdaWa }
I. 0. O. F.meet& I REGISTERED CIVIL ENGINEER aa3allfl 4li every Tuesday evening at ta the Cite af Ibwaataad. HUTU*. I
and IK. r W A.
fetock I* 'l.oOT. H.H. N. W.. Registered Land Surveyor I Too'sir of 11<>_.... n...... ..".ad
lilt street 'Iw. rlaV to W.. fanMUthn h.., bid 1 )
Visitors Welcome : Of M nifit1A i 1 lf
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Eight THE ENTERPRISE Friday, January 3, 1936. "

W. 0.W. and Circle Lake Worth Townsend Club has He had been In ill health for the Plenty of Rom
Complete Plans
six and confined
I 1600 members. past yean was "
I Is
Patleat: mouth
my open
; For Joint Installation Wednesday I Next Sunday afternoon the to his his death bed for two weeks before wide onought dentist" I t
YPlans Homestead Townsend Club will Dentist: "Oh. yes ma am' I
hold Ha first annual meeting and Mr. Schutt la survived by his I I shall stand outside while drawing
have been completed for I[Townsend Clijb Hears elect officers for 11138. A nominating wife. the tooth"
zero joint Installation of officers oommtttee at last Sundays
by Avocado Camp, WOW, and Lake Worth Preacher meeting submitted aomfatattonsa
Royal Poinctana Grove No.: 147Woodmen1 .I follows: for president the incumbent -
Circle, on Wednesday T. D. Piche and K H.
The Rev. ,. ,
Q. Cast pastor of
y ol next week it S o'clock In the 1 Gallaher; for vice-president. S. F
the First Chrlstffln Church
of Lake
r. o. o. r hall I Matthews the Incumbent, and R.
wart and president of the Lake L. Hobson fur secretary the Incumbent -
District! Deputy'C B. Wilson I Townsend Club, spoke on ; .
s !I. B Pullen;for treasurer
and Assistant State
Manager A
s "Applied Christianity and the the Incumbent, T. A. Feaster
!:. Sapp, both of Miami will Install Townsend Plan" at the meeting
the following officers for Avo- the Homestead Townsend Club Mr. Pichi serving out the un-
cado Camp: W. R. Bird, put Sunday afternoon in the Neva explrcd term of Ernest P. Roberts,
council commander; H. L. Brown, King Cooper School Auditorium who resigned several months ago
council commander: W. C. Campbell due to.pressure of professional du-
Me. Goat an officially authorized
adviser lieutenant; C. T. ties
Townsend ,
speaker was introducedby
Harper banker L. D. French, financlat -
Mayor P. B Bird He gave an
secretary: H. R. Pierce, eloquent, militant plea for enactment Walter C. Schntt DiesIS
escort; W. A.. King, watchman:
of the
bill that
C E. Walters, sentry; J R.' Byrum would give a.McCroarty pension of f ZOO a Walled Lake Mkh. Specials
and K. K Altmaa, auditon.Mn. .
month to -
every person '0 year?old
Myrtle. Dvpew of Fort andover. He said me church is Walt C Schuti. former rrar Chase sit Sanbornlb.
:Pierce district manager, will be 100 per cent for the Townsend shal of FloridaCUyt died It bis i COFFEE Z7c
Installing officer for Royal Foln- I plan. and he criticized churchesthat home on Walled Lake Mich.. on .
clans Drove; A. have< not endorsed what he Dec U and was burled on Deo.
Martin installing Attendant; and termed a "practical applicationOf !+, according to word receivedby j SUGAR Cloth Bag Z9c
Mr Frances R. Coker Installing I -the teaching of Christ" The Florida City friend this week. Slbs.
chaplain. Mrs. Irene Llleg of Miami 1-
captain of the Myrtle A. De- lit I No. 2 Cans2 cans Kellogg's 2 pkK.

pew drill in the team installation.will be here to assist I Tomatoes 15c Corn Flakes 15c

Officers to be Installed In the Notice to Savings Depositors :
circle are: Mrs. Florence Pacetti, Lye No 2'/i! cans Bulk Navy Ib.

guardian Mrs. Marie Altman,
past Hominy lOc Beans-----5c
guardian; Mn Helen Bowden, adviser Effective January 1, 1936, the maximum interest -
: Mrs. Thelma Radford recording Bulk 51b All 5c Size 6 for
secretary: Mn Ruth Godwin to be allowed on all savings deposits is not
attendant: Mrs Ada Young, MealorGrits-18c Crackers- 25c
assistant attendant Mrs. Nora to exceed 1% per annum payable as heretofore.
Smith. banker: Mrs. Blanche ,
Chapman. chaplain and auditor: MIXED CANDY 2 Ibs. fora 25c
Mn. Alice Walters, Junior supervisor .
: Mrs. Mary O. Rhodes, Inner The First National Bank of Homestead
sentinel: Miss Myrtle Counce 'er.
quite sentinel, Mia. Bessie Brady POTATOES Ir'1'o b: ZZc
drill captain
All members of both orders are
Beech Nut2'COFFEE Beech Nut
requested to be present Refresh
inmit will be served by Mrs. Bessie -
Brady Mrs. France Coker and i
Mrs. Clara StudstiU
Members of the circle and W. Drip Grind or Steel Cut
O. W. plan to attend a district I
meeting Miami In January when I 46 lb.30c lb. jar Z7G
the national president,. Mrs. Dora i o
t Alexander Tally of Omaha will be t '

present new proficiency Mr*. Tally certificates:will presentthe to I tI SMOKED SAUSAGE, 2 Ibs. 1 Z5cBU'I'ER

all district officers who have perfected
their district work. Country Roll

rem EGGS NEXT I Breekfieldtmf. Georgia Beet lb.

WINTER FEtCMIru'MA o Cream Cheese-5 Steaks -- 20c

HOWL" 3NI : ARMOUR'S Big Crop Fertilizers supply mora Fresh Ground Ih. Chuck lb..

than a balanced ration of the major plant foods Hamburger -15c Koast- -- 17c
Nltrojrea Phosphoric Add and Potash-a*

I shown on the tag. In addition, there la provide Bulk Ib. Georgia Smoked lb.
In the average Armour formula 4473% minor
and secondary plant foods..... At no extra costa Lard.14c Bacon - 27c

tat Amoux's: Active Plant Foods work for you HAMS Swift's :Premium 32c
this NU Do Girt your citrus and vegetable the Half or Who!..
benefit of ft fertilizer that will improve the soil ,

aa well as the crops. I BREAKFAST BACON, sled: 16. 35c :

W. invite you to come In and discuss your fID

till=er roqvlrementakArmours Ballard's ObeliskPlain

IS IMPORTANT or Self-rising

Put root pullet chick on Fnl.Of 2I-Ib,bajg ......"."...LU

** Crowing Mash sal fed "BIG [ :UJIIIFEaTlllZEKS Flour bag 59c

This.rrraiAo Je
.h>arc..iIl poultryxneatut
thodasobapmentobig.i strongfttuKMkvea Per Vale hi Heaaealead by Obelisk Coupons
grows pullets: vita at ear beat wafeaeaee

vitality tatUad up under heavy !' J O. M. niCK ,, ,' I
Cg production.E1JOP SALESMAN \ : .\
Fertilizer Works Deming Pumps and Water Systems I

;Jasluonvllls. Florida I Slip Joint Irrigation Pipe I ',

-I I Kerosene Driven Irrigation Pumps F M1 rp,

Marine Work a Farm Machinery Aermotor Windmills

l.auilorm..1rtIead..rrNtrttioa Specialty Overhauled Call, phone or write for my prices



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