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 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: November 13, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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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: UF00087294:00098
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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lYOLUMEXXIV-NUMBER46 HOMESTEAD FLORIDA* FRIDAY MORNING, NOV 13,1936 PRICE FIVE CENTS '".., :

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START OF I PA Matecumbe Be Started Camp Within for Bridge Next Few WorkersTo Days II..II NUMBERS VALUE PLACED ON




JOB TO \WAIT Work on building I camp at--himself.and his family-. during:::1 I COUNTY AGENTS OFFICE HERE .1

, Lower Matecumbe to house men period of construction- He i J
Mrs McMeekin and their child
who will begin work Dee. 1 onconverting
K 'Into I'l'1will move down from Miami MAN: VISIT SCHOOLS I Civic to Provide
highway bridgesthe Groups
ONDRYSPEiLPhone within the next week or ten day, I
More t.1IIOPt hundred and fifty
railroad viaduct leading south he said. I Cars for Trip to
parent have visited the Homestead -
from the ferry; boding, will start I school during National Edu- J Court House
within a few days, according to According to regulations published t. I
cation Week, B. Somtners. principal -
Inquiry Brings Information T. L WcMeekln: of Orangeburg, .' the')Cet West Citixn I said jeiterday Only one| PROTESTS WIRED BYI
Project S. C., vice-president and general men who wish to obtain employ-
on more day, today, remains of Education
Submitted in July manager' of Wanamaker and Wen*, ment with, the bridge; construction Week and every parent who I CHAMBERAND CLUUS
who were luccessrul bidden fortes should apply through government I
on i baa not attended I* urged to do 10.I -
I Contract A of the Oversee Highway employment; offices. If Although no count was kept In ( Closing of Homestead OfIfn
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REPAIR INVOLVES
bridge project those already on WPA work wish

m[ SPENDING 0 F $10,474 I Mr McMeekln came to Homestead t. transfer to'the -bridge construction ,I Redland the school School patrons large-'\percentageof Isllea' thi fice Seen Big Blow

Monday and arranged to projects, they should make :school Principal Carl Wagner 1 toSouth Dade

Nearly $150 Already Rais=: 'rent the Peter Johnson house In : their wishes known through WPA raid, I -
I Pone de Leon ai a residence for' channel Contractor on the federal -
ed Toward Sponsor'Contribution I 'I financed bridge project win | Farmers grove owner, businessmen
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and others of the Redland
make their creWs first from I
up
: CITY SUBMITS District Interested In preventing 1
PASTORS PRAISE government re-employment bureau 1
} the closing of the Homestead officeof
Washington has approved the : lists the county agent with the con 1

project for reconstruction of Home CITY DADS'VORK The United States reemploYment $100,000 CIVIC sequent1 removal to Miami of its
'* municipal pool a telephone bureau in MimI Is locatedat records, equipment and facilities {
Inquiry to the district office 1130 N. W. Fifth court and & '
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for ,
aiding to
grower are urged
of the Works Progress Ad- AGAINST SLOTS : Bobo t,Dean is the-director ,. ._ .f !)JEcrI jnetL.ouUJde.lhe.. Uomestoad.. it/. _.
wtnittrstlon in Miami disclosed hall at t o'clock I
I Tuesday meriting
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tote yesterday'ajferaoon. Due to I* > i Mr Ceronimo to :Take to attend a meeting of the commission
the absence.iron 21e city of 0 A. Blueprints Provide for '
Proud Also of Police and: Red'Cross Donations to Miami at 10-30 and ask re-
Sandqulst, district director, forth I 1
Library, Auditorium, finding a motion ordering the offlce -
of Homestead
Citizenry
'., Information a* to. when fund I closed.
would be appropriated was not ,'la Vote Anyone wishing to Join the County Agents [
available. American Red Cross or to contribute j I Those who find It impossible or

Tt U believed here thAt funds in the nationwide campaign Architect: blueprint and estimates -, Inconvenient to take their own
will be available for -the work A resolutionr commending the for funds which started Armistice for a 100.200 civic center,tan will be provided with transportation -
Homestead city officials and police I designed for Homestead last winter by member of the j
whenever Homestead I* ready! day and will be stressed until
officer for their action In Under of the Red- Homestead Club. the Red-
II with Its sponsor' contribution of Thanksgiving, Is asked to come supervision j Rotary;
SO per cent, but engineer have keeping the slot machines out of to the American Legion tag agencyIn land District Chamber of Commerce land District Chamber of Commerce -

expressed the opinion that con- Homestead, was unanimously Legion ball on South Krome was turned over to the Dade and the Lion Club of the I
I passed by the Redland District Board !Redland
( week-day County Planning yesterdayby District.These
traction should not be started until avenue any morning
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reasonably dry weather sets Ministerial Association at Its meetIng during the drive'and the donation the city: council public works three organization! Joined

11Thil will give local organisation In the grove ol Dr. Lloyd C. will be accepted by Mr. Wm. J. committee asArchitects !' hands this week for a united effort -
Shanklin
at Florida .
working in cooperationwith City Tuesday.A Ceronimo, chairman of the Red blueprint for a $100- to keep the South Dade office
total Redland District Go-to-
the joint civic club pool com- Cross drive in South Dade County. 000 civic center designed for of the county agent open following I
t mittee time needed to raise approximately Sunday-school attendance of 894 She is assisted by Mrs. Frank B. Homestead last winter under the I verification of a new report In a
was reported at the business meetIng
$800, which together following luncheon Rue. direction of the Redland District I Miami paper Tuesday morning 't

, with $500 pledged by the city, served by a Dr. Shanklm preparedand and "If anyone 1* unable to come to Chamber of Commerce, accompanied that County Agent C. H. Steffanl

council will constitute the cash his wife. Dr. Irene Austin Shank- the tag office tad will phone me," one of three project proposals I had been ordered by the commls- j
of the submitted to the Dad Ion Monday to close the Homestead ,
portion sponsor' contribution. lin. health lecturers. C. N. Walker said MI'II. Geronlmo "I will see ,
County Planning Board yesterdayby I office without further do-
', C. K. Condon A. A. Koeatlloe, that the donation I II called for
?. The project for remodeling the I Dr. Shanklin and C. O Nelson I "One hundred dollars is the goal the city council' public works lay W. W. Johnston president ,':;J.
commilt* as Homestead's tenta- of the Redlund District Improvement -
pool, which involves laying a new were appointed aa a committee to set for South Dade and we hope
floor over leaking portion of the confer with the Miami Ministerial i to go over the top"' she said. 'tive part In the six-year countywide -I ,Association said yesterdayhe

old floor and raising the walls of Association to consider methods program of federally financed would talk with ,some of the
the pool to maintain the I development director and see what they wish
present
of voting liquor out Of the state.Plans Losner Made Officer
The other two projects were. a to do In the matter.
depth, call for an expenditure of ,/
for a religious rally to beheld :
$10,474. The sponsor' contribution In December at the RedlandCommunity At Bankers' Convention 139,000( sewer extension In Homestead's Tuesday forenoon the board of ,;

of 20 per cent I* $2,218, but Church; with C Q. I colored town and a $9,000 director of the chamber of commerce '

approximately $1,000 of this is to Nelson charge of the Max Usher wa elected chair- Improvement to the municipal called Into special session,
", program man of the national bank division diamond ban field and shuffleboard i
be furnished by the city In materials were dlscusseit. M*. Me4K waa framed the following tekgram
and machinery; which the' also asked to meet with the Red- of the Florida Bankers Association court ,II which wa sent to the county com
[
when he attended its convenlion The civic center would comprise,
city ha on- band or can obtain. I land W. C T. t; its regard to holding mission:
Th project J was submitted In July temperance contest in the in Tampa last Friday as representative a modernly equipped library: -"Board of directors, Redland
1 pf the First National building, an auditorium with seat-
A tag day dance and diamond
District Chamber of
school In the near future. Resident : : : Commerce In
ban have already raised I Bank of Homestead, of which he lag capacity of 700 and a buildingto
game I ministers of Homestead were special session this morning, mast
is I a director. house the county agent and
$150 of the amount the
nearly
asked to Interview each of the vigorously protests closing of
I Mr. Loaner wa accompanied on home office End
pool committee must raise, and demonstration
city'i merchant who keep his county agent' office In Homestead
the trip by Mrs. Losner. They day An three buildings I
with the announcement of final nursery.
place open for business on Sundayand There I I. no financial Justification -
approval from Washington activityIn returned to Homestead Saturday. would be Joined together, by arcades -
tee It an agreement! can be for such action as every
behalf of the pool I* expected to and galleries to form an 1
made whereby the business would provision hat been, made In the
receive; an Impetus that will resultIn I close from 10 a. m. to 12 noon and Woman Driver to Hear architecturally beautiful unit. I budget for maintains: offUV Your .

swelling the,fund by leap and from 7 to 8 pm.. so that they and Sentence Monday Morn Native rock, as cut In rectangular action stir completely contrary to .
I blocks by CCC workers in the
bounds..especially when returns
their employees would have an our understanding pf what was to I
tart coming In opportunity to attend church Mrs D U. Sims, who pleaded government quarry near Matheaon be done.I On behalf of hundreds
Park would be used. Plan for
The resolution commendinglocal guilty to reckless driving near of grower who would: ba forcedto
PROBE Flan CASK i official and police tot keepIng Modello before Judge Wayne Allen the civic center were drawn by travel the great distance: to Miami
Walter C. de Carmo of Coconut
Guy C. Bender of Belle Glade, slot machines out of Homestead of the Dade County Court of Grove. and back to see the county .

chief *f the Everglades fire; control was a* followed"whereas Crime to Miami Tuesday, will be agent we appeal to you to reconsider -

district and.;. Q. Stock of ; our trusted' representatives sentenced at 11 a. m. Monday. She THE WEATHER :your action. Please wire

Miami Dade County fire warden, la the State..Legislature imposed was arrested by State Highway OIIMd wages r.es'r at Uw lubtiwrtiMt _.... answer by Western Union."
spent Monday la Homestead Investigating upon the citizens of Florida Patrolman King W Park and -e- ...*,.. --.... rbwwa. No answer has yet been receiv

;: Utt..cM of. Trances' S. i the Iniquitous slot; machines, and Constable J. M. Scarborough Dater' |jMax'IUlII( BarrkaZi:] ed. A Joint Civic comraltUe. formed

Scherr, Homestead merchant and whereas the officials of Homestead Homestead Sunday afternoon. After Nov 6 ... I 184 j \ a month ago when the move- .
grower, who 1 II under $500 bond have consistently and] successfully a'prelimlnaryniearing before Nov. T | 83 j I | men< wa started in the comrol r''

awaiting trial for paving Itt afire kept the "one-armed bandits" JusBcf<< of the Peace Sid: L Kendrick Nov. 8 -| 84 | | Iton to discontinue the Homestead F

In the f Ire i,control district from the cltjc; W whereas tile if which she leaded guilty Nov. 9 _. _| 84 I \2U'L'1I' office, hod understood that a satisfactory -

without first procuring a permit. citizens of Homestead have approved to driving while drunk, she was Nov 10 __I\ 84 I I \ I' arrangement had been ?ay.

Scherr was arrested by Frank N. and supported said official bound over to the higher court Nov 11 I 85 | mad to allow the Homestead' .of-

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Pare Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, November 13: 19n:
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canneries will be operating in Today Marks 10th Year speaker of the evening was un-l:I
BOARD SETS
UP. another week and the fruit which Turner Funeral Home able to be present on account of j I MOTHERS PLAYDAUGHTERS'
they and the government take InThe closing of the coun-
POOL TO HELP will relieve the situation. Our ty sgent's office in Homestead was. IN
fruit now is of better eating quality Turner Funeral'Homs mark Its the mala topic of discussion. '
and our advertising! and sale tenth anniversary today. la that
SMALLSHIPPER promotion activities are Increasing time It has grown from a two-room GAMEOMOV.20Redland
the demand tor It When Florida establishment In the Flowers PASTORSContinued
and Texas both regulate their building In 1926 to a real homebuilding
1AAA Agreement to Curb shipments there will be an Im- on North Krome avenue
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provement In northern market and Eigth street In place of the P.-T. A. to Chat. ,
Texas Grapefruit prices."' combination hi tII.... decision, as evidenced by
I hearse and ambulance lentre Homestead if
Shipments Shippers told the committee thai of 1928 It now has two modern their support In the part and by Girls Are Defeated
the maturity tests of oranges and high-powered ambulancesand their vote In the recent referendum -
Lakeland. Nov. Establlsh- tangerines made larger shipments an up-to-date Heeney hearse ; now therefore be it
ment of an allotment pool to help unlikely next week. Present prorate The business was established by 'Resolved that the Redland A basketball game with mothers
small shippers wn approved by on these fruits, which the Ceo W. Turner, Jr.. a graduate of and daughter on opposing sides ,
the Florida citrus control committee committee recommended be continued John Hopkins University school District Ministerial Association will be played Friday, Nov. 20,
yesterday after recommending next week, do not limit of embalming In Baltimore, later I hereby commends the mayor. I when the Redland Parent-Teacher
to Secretary of Agriculture the volume .of their interstate to be Joined by his\ son Herbert councilmen and other officer of I II Association team plays the Red-
Wallace that prorates on Interstate movement Shipments of cull who received his embalmer's license the city of Homestead, who, notwithstanding 1 land senior and junior girls' (earn
fruit shipments next week oranges, and cull and third-grade In 1929. Mrs- Herbert I the pressure and I In the Redland gym at 8 p. m.
be the tame ai this week. tangerines and grapefruit are pro- Turner Is "lady attendant"The tireless effort of those seekingto II'
be
I The game Is to played for the
Shippers whoie allotments are hibited. Tangerine shipmentsalso elder Mr. Turner Is a past I' profit through the demor.llze1 1 benefit of the Redland P.-T. A.
Dot large enough for commercial are limited to size 218 and president of the Redland District tion of the people In operatingsaid physical education department
Shipment can pool their prorates, larger, with an allowance of 8 per Chamber of Commerce and directed slot machines the city, have :Coach:: C. R. Gutterldge of Redland
,
under the new plan. J. E Clough- I cent for smaller sizes four Redland District Fruit courageously and Insistently fought I school will referee'
ley, prorate chief, explained that A regulation requiring canneriesto Festivals. He Is a member of the I their Introduction. And, be It fur-
shippers the pool will not be able collect the 1-cent advertising Redland District Lions club, ther resolved that we ,hereby publicly If the parents win over the
to ship more fruit during the season fax an grapefruit which they ...... H o me.teed c.mp o t tar O W., thank said officers tnt their I daughters they plan to challenge
than their regular allotment die was approved by the commission Eastern Star, Royal Palm Lodge, demonstrated Interest In the welfare ; the Home.tead.P.-T. A. .
permit, but will get them In larger following the control committee F. 4 A. M., and' Redland tatrus ot the community, and assure Members of the Redland P..-T. 1
quantities at Different Intervals! meeting Secretary F. E.' Growers Association Herbert them of our hearty support (n all A. have practiced twice and planto
A further limitation .f grapefruit Brlghanreported that the regulation Turner Is I member of the Homestead matters looking toward the moral have a workout tonight after
.shipments, BOW restricted: to had been approved >y ell)- Rotary Club .snd"",the Homestead prot tlcm or our citizens.. Also, be the misting Th* qua*lame fe>U -

400 ears a week<- uld not materially ner, handQag.nearly .10 per cent: lodge of I (Q;. of the Florida, grapefruit pack. : to fee jnuabered among citizenry Mrs.: JUvete' Brown,. manager
increase-ourket prices aDd
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Last canneries .values' Mrsj HefcsC-Pepper. Mr* JCither -
might eeriouslycurteU+ the distribution season Collected petal "Whose sense .of moral has JCoksren
of the Florida mop-in centra only oa fruit which they Give" togifl'At. : ealtatdtjlem tq WaM fay-fni\ 'up- Mr Anne AJbrjghti! Mr*. ;
] states, ft.to.t ** there is no bought from.:_Ito llll4' dealers, : Lion4.clWX ag .attttrf 11"4lfJtt"'i!' in"hi( s matter-if.. Zffle''Besbftr., -Mw. ,Len,jB< Ml*,' +4
""teinilatiaa" of the.T shipperi.payins, the tax, on .fruit. the Mot& chine*."." "" :SWi' Lois .CroW''.- Mrs Eunice f
shipper told the Dl1ftOftJIIetIt,1 they delivered to them. haJ pesa Fit' We,""theev" UthI't Mri."Waa+a:!'Wagrten.Mrs.
also said it would handicap grapefruit The commission also adopted a Mr. and -Mrs. .Q'l'oiji 1tNrieir. and tew.J. W Porte,'the Rev. and Sadie VMen, HrtV 'Mildred ,d
promotions to be started by regulation changing the maximum professional entertatnersjo* Miami Mrs;, J. W. darken the fl.Vd Thompson, Mr*. Maa-Graham, { ,
lare'retail store groups next I color which can be applied to"color River tours. lame.contributed. a Mrs, tieo, 'E. Deuel,, the Bev. and Mrs; Marpret-fenne11, Mrs<-Pauline Fro,
week.Several. added" oranges, beginning next I program of songs tnd anecdotes, Mrs.: A, M. Vivian,.Mr and Mrs, Leggett, Mrs.ZdttaAveryand '
shippers suggested that ,Monday, to that shown by the mid. I to guitar accompaniment Mt Koestline, Mr. and'Mrs Walker, Mrs. Lucille Fitzpatrick. .
volume restrictions on grapefruitbe season color chart used last year. Maxson, at the meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Condon and daughter >
removed entirely. The committee Redland plstrlct Lion Club -in I Mr and M". Leo Poyser and Taylor, Jfr., the Rev. E. L. Nelson,
the Den on Silver Palm, drive two children the Rev. H. O. P
decided against this when Mrs. Edith Warr.nand CQ.. Nelson and
W E Leigh, Florid representativeof Audiometer Tests HereOn Dr. Elisha King scheduled : daughter, the, Rev Wm. C. Cowan. {;

the AAA, said that the federal Monday and TuesdayThe I

government a marketing expected agreement to approve for the audiometer tests recently TT TT m\\ 7TTT 11TT m rTT1 UE IM Ik

Texas citrus industry In the next 1 authorized for Dade County schoolchildren l1'I 'cur 1937
two weeks.: Committee members by the county board ol U 1 fu l JrA 'W It'fi.J\ lUJrJ II

Indicated, however, that if Texas public Instruction, will be given In
does not soon regulate Its shipments the Homestead schools on Mondayand >
they might favor lifting Tuesday of next week, Principal : Gvz.-
volume restriction on Florida L- B. Sommers announced .
shipment yesterday. They will begin at .
Mr. Leigh told the committeethat 10 a. m. on each of these days, In ,.
the federal 'government expected a room at the elementary school
to buy oranges and tangerines The tests are made by means of
as well as grapefruit, for multiple sets of ear phones worn
its relief agencies, and that Its by pupils who listen as numbers
price for these fruits would be are ,called through them from a
announced In the next week or I phonograph record with diminishing
ten days He said the AAA' grapefruit I volume and the pupil writes WON
purchase program would be down the numbers as he hears
extended to Texas, and that the them. The point at which he mistakes l'
government expected to main I the number for others orat ;
its Florida price, which gives which he can not distinguish
[gain grower 31 cents a box on the ,' the numbers Indicates the degreeof .. i
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pupil's hearing.
throughout the season.
Chairman L. P. Kirkland asked 'I On Monday also, the school :
!shippers to consider an amend- board's official dentist will begin ; ; 1Ii' .
Iment to the marketing agreement examination :.of the teeth of i t i
I children .I--. 'the- Homestead ,
which would permit volume pro I P
ration of shipments,ta eastern and schools. The examination 'will ; : r
central territories separately This be continued from day to day until .
he explained would make It possible all children-.have been examined. :" ,-
for the committee to prevent Plans tot" follow-up deittal
unduly large shipment to Atlantic work will be 'announced later.
seaboard markets enjoying low
freight rates, which the present JOHN O. BALLET POST NO. 4*
method of blanket volume prora- AMERICAN LEGION
tlon has failed to stop. He said
Meets tnt a.4 thM WednesdayS
,that AAA officials had told him ,. M Aswrloaa fails. BUt .
('they would consider such an loM po4*efles) 1M" Kraese Are* ,. .
amendment"I Umrctwd, ..... I . ..
feel better about the grapefruit
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situation than t have for For
({some time," Mr. Kirkland said finVtime; : iL -'f<
Things are happening Which'win comfort, ..Ieli'and performance'cotne. to you with the additional
,Improve conditions. Most of the Let US.
i advantage of being'thoroughly' thoroughly reliable.,
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Friday, Novmber 13,1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pace Three .
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Rotes Hear LectureOn Noted Lecturer Talks 'I Dr. and Mrs. Oeo. Reuhle, Dr. and high school pupils, teacher and I
HOMESTEAD I HAS Mrs Ira J. Harnea: Mr. and Mr*. principal to attend. At this meet-
of Persons"Dr. To Presbyterian Gas
Types I A. S. Darling, Mr. and Mrs. 0M. Ing a series of debates it well U ,
ONEOF"FlNESrUGHmANTS Trick, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Glid- essay wilt be organised tat participation I .
Lloyd C. Shanklin gave a Dr. Ceo. C. Williams of Coconut den, of Seatort, Del., Dr. and Mrs of persons of all gei,
talk on "Types of People" at the Grove, noted lecturer and for many Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, Mr*. I
'- meeting of the Homestead Rotary I yean president of New York State 1C. K. Clarke Mrs. C. Ben Plum- Teacher: "Yet, IOn onTornmy. Ii
I Club in Legion hall Wednesday Teacher's College at Ithaca, N. Y, mer, Mist Eleanore Holferty, Mia After the hone comet the motorcar U
j noon. Ite" laid that types: were gave hit lecture on "Laughter" at Charlotte Darling, Mr. Williams, and (prompting) after the I
'I $10,000 of $41,000 Loan developed somewhat by the kindsof i r meeting the first of annual the Presbyterian Ladles Men's Night Landon Hicluon and J. R. Hicksotk car cornea the 1 J, I
.. and Grant Left for food eaten. He described the Tommyq (whoa father bat e I
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.. Club Friday.He I
3 various types and told for what Townsend Club Offers car): "IniUUment man,
Further Work occupation each was moat fitted. amused and delighted the Whitley Seaside Chronicle.HOMESTEAD Ia"f'
1 group with hit keen analysis of the Cash Prizes for EssayA
1 I The meeting of the club next
Homestead now hu "one of the subject and several illustrations. '
Wednesday will be in the Homestead -
finest electric systems of The met for dinner at the
city
any school cafeteria in observance group cash prise for the best essay
'of iU size in Florida, and there if, of Education Week, and Green Lantern Restaurant at T on "What Is the Townsend Plan" HONELATOY
no reason why this should not remain a suitable program will be provided o'clock and at ':30 went to the was announced this week by Townsend 1 ,
so far many yean to come,"' I home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arthur Club No. I of Homestead. The
I A. D Newkirk PWA official from I who were Joint hosts with Dr. and offer ls open to any high school
the office of P. A- Buck, state engineer The closing of the county: agent's Mrs H. S. Wolfe student in the South Dade section
I office In Homestead was discussed 115 S. W. 2nd ST.
l Inspector Jacksonville, said: Several instrumental selectionswere from Perrln south ;
yesterday in commenting on the I I iJ with results detailed elsewherein given by a trio consisting of A general discussion of the rules
these columns. MRS. ALICE KEITT PROP.
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overhauling of the two Diesel engines Mrs. V. M. Harris, Geo. M. rick and regulations of the competition
of the power plant, completed and Mr. Wolfe will take place at the meeting of ;
on Oct. 31 and now undergoingfinal Co. bf Miami and overhauling of Those present were: Mr. and the club In the Neva King Cooper Cash and Carry Prices :
test before acceptance of the the engines was done by the Trans- Mrs. J. M. Holferty, Mr. and Mrs School auditorium at S p. m., officials -
4, work by the city at the end of De- American Construction Co. of Au- R. Y. Burr Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard of the club said, and a special Maytag Appliance Throughout ;
cember. burn, N. Y. Fifield, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Harris, invitation i* extended to aU
,; He also had In mind the recent- .j ,
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nections and one delsjr e very .11't
lew minutes duration when it was \. : '" ,. ", J \I\\ ;
necessary to cut the power off at .. I
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the plant. : Neither were there any ';. 'i-": \... ", \11'' i
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work Of the Involved.$41.000 allotted for this y 4 He as 1 only'one' guess f : :

work by PWA loan and grant,$10- j& fw .
411.87 has been: paid to workers \ ;
in Homestead. Twenty-three 14 /Iwf
j j thousand dollars of the $41,000 was rigid or wrong ,
loaned to the city at 4 per cent interest -
I with revenue certificatesof
! the light and water department
as security. Eighteen thousand
I dollars was an outright grant
1 There ls still tome $10,000 available ,
1 under the loan and grant \ I
agreement to be expended, and ,
steps are being taken to mak4 fur-
ther Improvements tothe electric .(.; ,"
system.

The saving the new improvements
\ make in fuel oil and lubricating -
oil Is more than enough
retire the Indebtedness of the en- 8" about gasoline '

I tire project, according to Gordon
Ivey superintendent of the light
and water department.
Wm- Sydow represented the
city u consulting engineer In the cant bewrong..whenu
rebuilding and overhauling workon
the lines and engines. H. H, .
Johnson Is local representative of ... :. '.
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Pate Four THE NTCRPRISB: Friday, November 13. 1936

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LEADERENTERPRISEPublished Fridays al Home.eUsd I GtJ nOR IDIo "1IflJLI! 1 !.1l ""'::'::''il h-'t'IwA rnI .FRO.M.OUIUTAIL. ELgti'. 0..-nM' :..BOX t"..",, 4 1 1StTND.X. II

Fl*., br the Bomb Dade ; cm-Ren SCHOOL
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bibbing
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BJW AtellF.a.ldlt.: Of= tMAiACHfCOtA -.. .." '" .. For a week I ban worked Ilk '
ffuoc* t whip-driven slave to close up .
catered M Mcovl class .u jvatf tHwrss rt cots j things here, including my big
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utter March (, lilt at the iwetBlM "", :::: house, and leave for the land of
at Homestead Florida, IIItIIer #7'... TN'O'_ J perpetual sunshine And no.iv( tke '
she act of Much S, 1171.cn : last thing I have time for only
one matter It la a matter of supreme '

nucc teat A YEAR importance and it was U. .
ruminated In a noteworthy manner
1N&.Ar by Rev A. A. KoesUlne In the f

GROOVERSContinued \ BANC 0 SDVE$ latest Issue of your bright paper. ,
to eAS72N 71 He said, "The Sunday school 14
I the greatest agency in America ,
( From Page One ,.... 7'B aNT7Z t'lZ57 for the moral education of youth... I

flee to exiit unofficially ii-! Right, Brother Koestllne And I

Tuesday night the Lions Club at TI'M&/-... __. congratulate you on your custom ,
itf meeting In Silver Palm votedto -, ...... of calling thing by their right
appoint 11 committee with power name. notice tome of the denom-
to act after Lion Chas. O Turner nations have stepped down and j ,
outlined the situation at the I an calling this time-honored institution i )

request of the club president, JR the "Church School" :
Hickion Ben Archer, president: S. Away with such narrow sectarianism i!
of the Redland District Chamber '- The Sunday school Is the
of Commerce who was present heritage of our boys and girls My
told what that organization had parents got mo interested in It before
done. President Htckion appointed PazetfALIAAWA I was seven yean old and It
T E. Kirby, George W. Turner, Jr-,, tits been a large factor in keepIng -
and Dr. B. E. Catlln ai the Lion me hi the right path. For many
committee and Mr Kirby and Mr. CiJ I) JACKSON yean I have closely observed

Turner spent yesterday In Miami GOWVT Y youth brought .up to the Sunday
contacting member of the cem- JIl1J&I8AU6JI.MW school compared with those deprived .
mission. : of its advantages and
Yesterday afternoon ppd. ,' :
Mr. Kirby said the committee "INrJACJt.so /: Sunday school trained boy :and 4,
would telegraph iU formal protect fi YfP.,. girls art far ahead in every worthwhile -

to the commission M a whole. TOVCNDOJrWS' ',' : COUNTY.'F,0I210A"UYGN progress. i

The idea of the grower dele,.. 1 / : TIIGS :A l/rTlG HOLLISTER SAGE.Morths' .
tkw of sufficient size to
Impress I Woodbury, Conn..
the conclusion' with the value In SGrrlGMFNrk'Nolt'1( '
Nov.* 1B38
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which the Homestead office of theeeunty '

agent .It held, was put forward : .
by frank B. Rue at the ..,"PrIde M ancestry may be car-
Homestead Rotary Club Monday ..' .. Tied to extreme. }
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The club voted to attend nextTuesday's ..pei,1t replied
., Mist Cayenne ?.
meeting of the commission : : : It ought to be, encouraged.". It lathe
In a body, and to appoint aeenemlttee ..I only thing know of that could ,
to work with the com- 1 Influence some people to speak "
notices of the chamber of com- -I kindly of their relations"-WashIngton }"
merce and Lions Club. President I
"Bob ,of, BatuVt, Terhune. Star.
J. R. Brook appointed Cha J. Son .
Caves Tom Lindsay and A. A. THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNER has maJ dog storks and Curwoodand I

Kestline as the committee which BT KKS. Ik U BOW. UBRARIAlf Jack London have given us' child should have a dog for corn.Danlonship J
yesterday wired the commissionas and at least one. book
follows: splendid doc characters Eve: 4; To Grow On."
.Llllual' coos torn apart from books to go Into
"Homestead Rotary Club cannot ......... w.i.ndie. km-trl ... w a< the making of another 'Week.
believe you an In earnest about Tw-fa*. Frkhri le a. mA a.aaea.rlawatatp.sp.awe. .. Book Week la nothing, new; It .
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county agent's office
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dates back to the year 1911, quite!
ta Homestead
Importance of this
a long time ago. The theme this
office in center of county's grove The 1937New :
year Is "Books to grow on". Bookpublishers
and farm area cannot be over-es Book week: November IS to 21 '
have
attractive
pot out a -
very
timated. We urgently request This year Book Week follows,
poster, but that costs
Want you reconsider your .ctton,"j close on the heels of Education money so wt are going to make i iI
CommlMloner af Agriculture Week. Wonder how the two went: our own poster I
Nnlhan Mayo, whose aid the Red- ever separated One can not visualize -, _____ Ford
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land District Chamber of Commerce education without a few The pupils In MistDorseysroom
sought In a telegram sent book., nor even one book without have discovered that a good I
book for Florida boys and girls to
Tuesday afternoon. ;
replied by wire some education. Maybe the dispenser
yesterday that he had J grow on Is a history of Florida.
no connec havean
of weeks happened to
tion with the county agent work odd one on hand which needed They have become so InterestedIn I Will be on. display at our'
but added: 'Belit\e it is serious some sort of tag, so education was the history of Florida each pu- ,
mistake to close county agent's Office pil has made a scrap book of FlorIda -

at Homestead" ......_ _.. .....__ history They are fourth show
,..I..".,...". ..1..1.""' ......"... .,n.. w.,"', W"-.I.L graders not very old and not very rooms
The aid of the IIw sought ice out .chjfge, :The only expense big, but they hava-baen doing aome:I
Bt Gainesville I was also Ina of fheloral( ofnct it telephone renal. -- mry gold work and their knowljtage -.,
teltgrMt teat at .tile aamt time for the salary ofrth atos ,gvdf\ *]I I of Florida history would '
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Last night a 1 letter W amt to the pher here would have to be wed! SATURDAY NOV. 14
I ,,, probably put some of us older folk I
Miami Chamber of
Commerce as clcrlcifl help to take can of the to shame I ;
asking Its aid in keeping the Homestead added work in the Miami office, *I
offle M the I, The librarian became to Interested I
county agent should the record and equipmenthere
ope*. Offickil, of the Miami organization be move to the court house in this project the asked MINI I 1,0\
have often asked to be office. I Dersey to exhibit theae scrap books Roomier
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advised whenever and however at the Homestead Library during :
Mr. Steffiml has become the
Book Week and you are Invitedto
could be of assistance In
they promoting -
owner of an attractive, comfortable come to thelibrary and look I.I
the .Easier Riding
agricultural Interestsof j ;
South In home here and would In all them over. All the mothers and
Dade
especially recent
probability continue to reside here fathers should be enough.Inter-'
months I 1
because discontinuance of the office i ested In the work their children I .Improved. Steering; _
Closing of the Homestead office in Homestead would not decrease are doing to drop In at least (
will have no effect on the continuance the amount of field work: during the week. Probably so set I
of Mr. Steffsnt as county he would have to do In this section 'I of the pupils will be on hand to .All Safety Features

agent It will simply mean that, but if anything Increase it, thank you for your Interest and encouragement -
he hat only one office in the coun- especially after the employment I I| And we IJ'e ho D-
ty-thai the court house at Miami. of an assistant agent Closing of I I 1 I Ing Miss Holferty's class from the

At the same meeting that the office would deprive growersof Perrlne school will have an exhibit A car in which you can take pride of owner
tfct unexplained action to close a place when they could go', of posters at they did last
the Homestead office was taken without too much Inconvenience
the commlsrio. voted to employ for bulletins information aid of, year.And by the way your library ship. Be fair to yourself See the New Ford

.n assistant county agent Local the experienced secretary In filling might be persuaded to be the re-
agricultural leaden point out that out work sheet and other papers clpieat of i book shower Things before yon decide on )'our'w
car.
now more than ever the Homestead In connection with the AAA and I I in pretty crowded but we could .
office b Justified when other federal agricultural programs use tome good new books The .
users will be two men one of whom and other assistance upon which 1 I winter people are returning and
could have headquarters down they have come to depend. they are all asking for somethingnew
lien and the other hit headquarters Asked when the local officewould An boys love dogs and tEE DAY: KOV. U. TIE CAR IK 1931 FORD
In Miami-at) was the case be closed under the presentorder I{ stories a uII an pretty good
when the Homestead office of the Mr. Steffanl said yesterdaythat books to grow on. Of

county agent was established In as lOon at work threts, performance one may: learn t lot about 1
1837, with County Agent Ralney sheets and maps of Individual the encyclopedia but wt ''courseRedlanclMotorsInc.
Miami and Steffant In Home farms that have been filled very good dog stories to

stead. out In in Homestead can be Then la Oulda's story of the !
The Homestead office of the gotten together they and the other of Flanders," and that story of the ,
county' agent In the rear of the office records, flies and equipment "Scotch Rob and His P Mrs.t .
chamber of commerce building III t will be moved to Miami In aceoed-t'! Myen' story of Scott, = the I Phone 21. Homestead Fla. ;
furnished free of charm by the j!jane' with the Instructions of the children love "Beautiful Joe.

city of Homestead which also fur-1 I commission. J(I Then then is that great,dot ttory,

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- IlwmllDUttmumnnmuunmmnu i with his sister,ere.W. t Penning tweed ThGrsJay; night by A L Homestead people. Among olh t are friends ot Mr. Potter, who ha :I
ton left on Wednesday for Miami. Bparkman, district cUrect t, with I a** were the Misses Lene: astdXh.ll nice home hen and I* a regular
-"L. D French from OaltinvtU lit charter member Tb**.*' are ( Fuch. Chaav ruche, Jr.,J. resident He expect to i
20 Years Ago Fl*., has accepted a position with the officer: M. B. Parker, past Mr. and Mrs Schallern and Mn down right after the general i
" I the Horn Lumber Co. dictator: R. a stnanern, dictator;: Huntley (poor 'doc stayed home totart flection, en November 'TM.Tlor i;
''Last Friday In chapel the program Frank Robert, Ykloo!lc\a tor: c. for the kid), Mr. and Mm ida CIty).
IIM IIIIIHilOIIIUIIMIIIIIUHIal I I lllllllI was: song, by school; reading T. l'udhe. prelate) Le 11 Lehman Carleton, Mr. and Mr.* Lee Leh. -"I:. 1. Rhode returned to Florida
Rita Fitch; vocal solo, Elsie secretary; J. R. Ooney, treasurer; man, Mr. tad Mrs. J:. C. Loveland, City Wednesday morning from J
1 W.5's. a+M.M.e aww. tea t .ben.. .... Mitchell; piano solo, Lots Holland; W. J. Owens, inner guardian; Ben Mr. Sail, the Misses Morgan, hit old home In Springfield Me.,
-.....-rn.-a".r.... .be..... I" .r..4 10116so 'Setting Hen', Ivan Mosef." Bigger, outer guard. Trustees Lloyd Llndgren tad Gray, Mr. and I* now at home again amend
Ike a..a = !assess, -"Mrs. George Reynolds "'a'1\M. C. a Colby, Sr. W. a Bryaht, and Mr. *. T. P. Brooker, Roy flora, his many friend here. (Florida :
I tea of the Rain of Shine Club O. W. Moody Jr.* Virgil dark a R. Pfldgen and City), ,
-"TIlt Redland ram Life School, Wednesday afternoon of last week -Th* C. D. Club met at the horn wife, and Mill Eunice Nixon, Mr*.
opened It* doon on Monday Morning at which time much: sewing wu ef Mn and Mr W. I B. Cave Sail WM costumed M MI Indian A Mailer ** Weight ..
Ottober It with an attendanceof accomplished. Mn Reynold'* Tuesday evening when the ladle girl; *o WM UlllM Hunter. Lent' Overheard la Liverpool the oth. 4
191. Eight teacher have been! guests were: Mn. T. P. Brooker,' delightfully entertained their hu*> ruchf, "Moraine Star; OthellaFucha 'r day.
r appointed at the school and another Mr*. Henry Prldgen, Mr V. T. band Halloween decorations "Evening Star"; while I \
1* needed. J. W. Aibury I*i Lanier, Mrs. Stirrups, Mia Eunice mad the Cave horn unusually Charlie Impersonated an old lady; Hug. woman at door of mail
principal Opening exercise Nixon and Miss Bessie Harris. I pretty. Bobbing of apples, for. R. B. Schallern mad an excellent I house, to little boy:
were largely attended by patron -"A double tragedy horrified Per tune telling end ghost costumes "Hey Rube"; while the six men and; "Aik the butiheror a quarterof 'I
of the school, who heard addresse rln on Sunday,when Thomas Me-: worn by tilt ladle* mad up a merry women In ilmlliar costume made a pound of sausages for your :
by Dr. Hiram Byrd, A. L. Hem Cowan fatally Injured his wife by I program for the vetting Prides a decided hit; Mrs Huntley wu I I father tea. After a moment' I ;
and Mr Sabury. R v. H. R. Coro beating her over the head with an' for the telegram contest were robed M "nlghf, Mn. Schallern 1 reflection: the added: "I feel a bU j "
opened with prayer and national iron shoe last .1\4.then blew his: warded to Mr*. O. M. Budd and u a Japanese girl, while "Spud I hungry myielf; get a pound and a 1, '
air were .un,. There are eleven brains out with a shotgun." I M. B. Cave Delicious refreshmut togged out as a country lad .. half, Wllllct"-Uverpool Daily I' .
grades In this school The first -"Alter several month spent With. of doughnuts, coffee and -/"Mr. Clinton of Connecticut"I Post :
grade teacher has not yet been relative and friends In Ohio Mr fruit punch were served those arrived here with his family I .I
appointed. Miss Holbrook has and Mr F. J. Schneckenberger present, a* follows: Mr. and Mr*. day morning, and have rented
WANT ADS PAY ; i ij
chart of the second grade; Mill returned Saturday, much benefited -: J. n Redd. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cooley house on Broadway The;:Y
Baker, third grade; Mr*. J W. As- 6y the trip." Twedell< ,Mr.and Mrs. Lester Love, j
bury fourth grade; (substitute) Mr. end Mrs. Jot Burton Mr. and
;; -"The road to Royal Palm
Miss Elsa Halnlln fifth grade Mrs O M. Budd. Mr. and Mrs .n
Park I* completed to within a
Mist. Ingram, sixth grade: Miss couple of hundred yards, The. R.r, Don/, Mr. and Mr*. Qswf' :
Malln seventh grade; J. H. Howell, I Park may now be reached by Thomas ;Ir. and Mn Ed Capllngr -I Announcing the Removal
Mr and Mrs. Ed Brooke. and
science and manual training Mr.1
teams, but I* not 1et la conditionfor ::1
Miss Nan Roth. I
A bury has the other high school automobiles."
pupil In charge Pupils are I-The agitation for a new road -"Lirt Friday, October 27, was of
brought to school in automobiles along the railroad to eliminatethe the birthday of Charles Wesley
provided tor the purpose At least i detour at Ooulds should ** Little when he became 'Sweet It I ;
forty more pupils are expected : kept up, a* It will not only savea plus As a pleasant surprise/ for, RHODES'SQUARE '
than enrolled the first day" considerable distance but will him his wife Invited several ofthiends I ;

-"Th school board hat disposedof cut out some bad railroad crossingsand to gather at the home
? the old Redland School building turns In the road."' of Rand Mrs. W. B. Dullan.1 DEAL
to the Woman' Club of the Red "Judge Livingston, ranking Justice Jr., to give Wesley t surprise HIfl k
land for un . The Woman'l of the Supreme court of Homestead The evening was pleasantly spentIn
Club will purchase the land on to be, city auditor, fire chief, chatting and then some more GARAGE !
which the building stands from quarry operator, chamber of commerce chatting. Delicious cream and i.
Dan M..Roberts..' Pooh Bah ."'., .to., has cake were served the guests ''i
-"Rev. C. G. Nelson and Will Added another job to his string by among Whom were: Mrs. W. A. ;
Mead of Florida City were In Ml buying out Cochran'a grocery Mitchell, Mr. and Mn. J. Berry, to : 'J
ami the for part of the week onbusiness" (tore. Some of the boys lay the Mr. and Mrs Oeo. Campbell, Rev.
more jobs Sid gets, the less he J. B. Crippen and B. C. Murphy 4
work. But Sid nothing -"There 1* a great deal 'In a
-1. U Free will build two new just 'taws wood""Superintendent'. says nm*' when you live up to It The AIRPORT SERVICE ; i
house on the Irtgraham Highway
McClanahan of RAW or Shine Club had a most de-
near bls.flne new residence ,lightful meeting on Wednesday .
1 he Baptist Sunday school has
-"O L. Bhowaltcr. a recent arrival been called away by the Plant I afternoon,despite the heavy show STATION
, In Homestead, has bought Board to engage In canker eradication er*. After being held up at the
five acre of W. J Collins including work in the northern part Homestead Mercantile Co. a few
J. his nous*. He also bought a of the stat, along with a numberof minute to purchase some dry artides'
i ,, seven acre grove of six and eight other men who have had experience of wearing apparel they went FLAGLER AVE.. and 8th ST.
;year old grapefruit tree of O. A. along this line. Th to the home of Mn. H. R. Prldgen
'{ )!alnln"| canker I* pretty nearly stampedout where nimble fingers flew Gn .H
\ .-"Little Preston Loveland shot In Dade County, but I* reported dainty sewing until Mis Eunice and
I r' ,and killed a five foot rattlesnake a* being bad on the West Nixon, the hostess, led them to the
that was oolled up under the mall Coast." dining room where delicious coffee .
1: box at his home" -"Dr. Tower expects to get In his two kind. of sandwiches and the association with us of L. W.
-"'Mr. and Mn Sam McKlnstery new building by December 1. cake were served. Those enjoying -
,I ere now settled In their new home -"W. J. Krome leave In a few Miss Nlxon'i hospitality were POSEY, a Ford mechanic for 19
adjoining S. A. King" day for a three week trip to Mesdames Lee Lehman, Frank
.."Ceo W. Kosel and family spent Illinois." Skill Tom Brooker, Henry Prld years, who has a complete set of 4
: ::1 I the week-end at their camp on "Homestead Lodge No. 1J44, gen, r... L. Bow and Miss Harris
Florida City canal last week." Loyal Order of Moose<<, wa Instl- -"Th* Halloween Costume ball Ford repair tools and is capable of
-"E. B. Orutzbach was a visitor given In the pavilion at Florida
In Danla Monday City drew a large number of repairing any Ford ailment. He ;
-"D. Davis and wife, Irvin Gait
, and wife, I:. A. Ennls!: and family DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST DR.M.A.BEIIGERDentist was employed last season with the
I are reported ss being on the way
I to Homestead and may put In an local authorized Ford dealer.
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appearance any day.
;; -"'Or, John Dennis and daughter Office Haunt I a. nt le I P. m

' .;tre borne from" the North Carolina Sundays I to 11 36 N. Krome Avenue ACETYLENE WELDING, BATTERY
j mountain Closed !Saturday!
I -"The R. H. Reese Construction Upstairs RECHARGING
i Co., of Florid ha been Free
City
Parking SPite
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"structIon 17(4 N. W. StTH IT.. MIAMI
I of Perrlna school.
OPEN EVENINGS
-"J Lee from Valdosta. Oa, who PHONE Mill fel A toL''Tdm'I We repair any make car and guarantee our
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of.yopr.trrove has a great effect on your spring blootd. Get your treesin I. r RHODES, PROP

condition to bloom and hold the bloom next spring.

t Accessories, Standard Gas, Essolube Oil

Use Redland Brand Fertilizers for results. We also,have a com

plete! .line of vegetable fertilizers.for, truck crops. Quality) ,fertilizers -

resultil. H..T .ft lift J RJ 41 j! ,T* *' .
produce i HARRY'S WELDING SHOP


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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. i
Portable ElMtrt aid Acetylene Welding .. Cylinder Blocks
Cylinder Heads, Aluminum Casting aDd Bolter
t Afanuiacturert Redland Brand Fcrtilittrt
i ActomcUv MML I PHONE I< FRANK B. RIDE Mtr. HOMESTEAD. FLA. hearing poartnf and aligned reaming connecting rod footing
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: to* baring and efllsuler boring,
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I W metal-te-netal contact ter the wheel .
no spare and tr+tt ar*> ,
Ford The new all-steel body designs rled in the read compartment. In *

I I V-8 de Luxe Touring Sedan for 1937 sn Important for the fact that no these types; space is provided. back! ,
wood li wed snywherfln the body of the driver's mesh .j

structure The huge steel stampIng t
which forms the finely moulded -

top of closed cars runs from
the top of the windshield back to GROVETHEATRE \ 't*

below the rear window and from
.Y side to side down to the top of the

door and side panels '" .
COCONUT DROVE
Eleven body types are available,
Show 7 and 9 Admission
tie
including the new de luxe club
Matinee Sat and Sun. tOo
coupe seating five passengers. The lto. .. ... '
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r 'fJ enclosed rear seat Suik, Mon., Tees.. Wed., 1
The tudor, fordor, tudor .
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Nov IS IS 1
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and fordor touring sedans tourln'l

five-window coupe are STUART ERWIN PATSY
either with or without de
tings and with either engine KELLY In .1

The roadster phaeton, club '
fit-I "Pigskin
7"w convertible cabriolet, club Parade"Abo :

let and convertible: sedan are .

luke types, available only with
85 horsepower engine.Six I| NEW "MARCH OF TIMS' ;.

smart colors including four I I

which are new this ..;
year .1'11|
n...., FrL. NOT II. t*
available. De luxe ,ears will be,

.. ., ......'lo."oflI'lI available In all six colon. The' BRIAN DONLEVY, GLENDA ,,
two most popular colon, black and FERRELL la '

TIll Ford V-8 deluxe Fordor tour. car unobrtructed.The new grille, new fitted with robe nil,foot nit and pillar Washington blue as well as a new
1 lac sedan pictured above I* I bar bumper,haadlampa recessed Into light Th body type la available i color gull gray are available in "High Tension"
I Peony family typo of especially suit- I fender aprons and atantlni V-lypa I I with the M horsepower engine. withor both standard and de lux type*.:
able for touring Baggage can bestowed windshield that opens highlight the without d* luxe appolntaMata, The ether three colors-bright ,
away la the lIMp luggage compartment e.,'.new Unas. Seats arc wide enough or with the new M horsepower V-*. I vineyard green autumn brown, Saturday, November tl
leaving the "Interior of the for three. The rear compartment li engine without de luxe appointment and bright coach maroon-are
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I Economy Engine and Teardrop Lines efficiently.tor core where The It can Improvement operate mOlt In The new body designs permit' la ..,.

the cooling system will b the moat unusually: roomy luggage compartments -
"Fugitive
Feature 1937 Ford V-8, Here TomorrowThe noticeable when tile engines are In all cars. Except in
the coupes, cabriolets and roads-1,
-- operating under difficult conditions -

new Ford V-8 for 1837, presenting out a break from the smart radiator particularly In hot weatheror Sheriff"j

definite advances in modern grille through the new shield-, under heavy: load.
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streamlined styling and type hood the new slanting V- The engines are cushioned at
powered either with the 85 horsepower type windshield and the smoothly four point In rubber. Two rub-
V-8 engine now in use in moulded steel top to the graceful ber mountings are now uaed In the

more than 3,000,000 motor cars, reverse curve of the rear quarter. rear mounting one on either fide
or a brand new 80 horsepower V- The Interior treatment is mod of the amimlsalon. The cushion

< "economy" engine which Is a I ern. Upholstery: Is pillowed. with I are similar to those used in the
smaller counterpart of Its elder wide pleats Seats are wide deep front mounting. ,
brother, will .be on display la and soft-cushioned. The Instrument Virtually a* Important mechanically -
Homestead Saturday: (tomorrow]) panel Is grained with the ai the new smaller engine ii
In the showroom of Kedland Motors dials and engine controls In front I I the new "easy-action" braking
Inc. J ot the driver. Clove compart- system. It has greater stopping

The new carl were shown at ment Is at the right side. Starter efficiency with easier pedal aeI U ,j

Dearborn for the first time lad button is on the"da, the handbrake I tion. Operated through cables
at the left under the panel, In conduits, the brakes have con-
Friday at a meeting; of more than I rAny
",000 Ford dealers, the first general out ot the way: of front seat pas trolled self-energizing action. Rotation I
of wheels assists in Increasing
of Ford sengers. -
rally dealers from all
parts of the United States ever From a mechanical standpointthe the braking force one the

held with Henry: Ford founder, most important development In brakes are applied.
and Edsel Ford president of the the new,Ford Is the 80 horsepowerV8 The new braking system operates
Ford Motor Company engine. Although new to quietly. Important features

Disclosure of the new lighter America, It has been built in England such as full length large area
"economrVAO horsepower engineas and France for more than a brake linings self-centering shoes

an optional power plant for the I year for Ford can designed forth and floating wedge actuation are Y
continued.
new Ford V-8 for 1937 will set at European market. There II
The third Important mechanic
rest definitely rumors of a new"bnhi" I has been sn outstanding success
Ford which have been clrculaod The engine was developed I primarily Improvement Is "finger-tip" steerng. -
This is accomplished by two
In the automobile industryfor I to give the American motoring
refinements in the design
the past several years. public maximum fuel economy gear
One Is to give the driver
The Its marks Im- greater
new curs present many outstanding production an
leverage through the wheel by increasing
-
features, principal among portant deviation from the continuous I
which are: trend during recent years the steering gear ratioto Norge owner will

Two engine sties, a brand new toward higher horsepower and extreme -' 181 to 1. The gear is also ot tell you of the utterly de-
a new worm and roner type reducing -
80 horsepower V-8 which make performance. It permitsa dendable cold provided by
friction. The combination
its first bow In the American motor lighter car with resulting greater 1 Norge-dependable
gives the driver a pleasing new re-
car market, and the famous 85 economy. Equipped with the
of of bow' hot
horsepower V-8, with a number of engine the car's top speed about ease steering.Motorists kitchen your
Important refinements. Either Is 70 miles an hour comfortable who drive the new mar be. The Rol-
II for the first time will note at
available In the single chassis. cruising speed 85 to 80 miles an I car lator cold-miking median-
New cable-and-condult con hour.. All the refinements of the once a new quietness of operation. Urn-exclusively Norge-

trol "soft easy action" brakes, with Famous 85 horsepower V-8 are Bodies are Insulated effectively has bat three slowly "au
to sound transmission.
I the "safety: of steel from pedal to Incorporated in the smaller unit. I The.prevent body I* also cushioned 4n rubber moving pans; 1* simple, INS

wheel Major Improvements also have I the frame each body bolt surplus powered. For over
i on
) New body line In which the been made in the 85 horsepower
being surrounded by rubber. There ten It has been
years constantly KB
"tear drop" form has been used I engine. From an engineeringstandpoint '
1, wherever possible.All most Important is the improved -* never

steel body including new use of new cast alloy steel pistons. successfully imitated

all-steel top, as well as steel structure Having approximately the same All You Want Before you select your
steel panels and all-steal floor. rate of expansion under heat as the ''relrieraror.tC the inside a '

\. Improved "finger-tip" steering, metal of the cylinder block the to Eat facts about the Rollator. By '
with increased wheel leverage. new pistons can lit fitted more all 'means the
see
Increased comfort, includingnew closely. Theyar* also more resistant 50c Norge
quietness ot operation. to wear. These two tea- before: you buy.f" .

A de 'luxe; five-passenger dub tares result to maintaining tow I Oar
fannyamyl! (Aesu'Cre
coupe Is the newest of the eleven oil consumption over longer per- folks ispocUUTo _THE HCLLATOH "
served with keaae
body: types available five either iods. COMPRESSOR.
with or without de luxe equipment The new engine cooling a".temmproVlllUbltant1a1l1eftllne 11 a .... "* M.:.Let .* slow.,. tit, IIINt smooth, easy toll

and with either engine site, beat tesvtffW her o/refr/oereton yea ever hid power instead of
six with de lux equipment and control. The two water pumps serve vewself frees awe And ht M vivo de- greedsthe usual hurried
the II horsepower V-* engine only., are of higher circulating capacityand heaped M platters of neat ida J you back-and-forti>;"
All closed body type have clear- are located at the bottom of gsswrems variety, vegetable, ear MMzfeffv .*jy Desiree a,!** lion oC the "ape

vision ventilation system. the cylinder blocks, giving more I seek** geed Did saaUura style, refrigerating neca- i
The according to than ,positive action Th
new ear < pump pumps aniaeuResultafar.mold .
Dessert and teed tea er oe fee NORGE
,, who previewed it the Ford dealer -, ,are automatically lubricated and for eumnt\l led
meeting la Detroit last week ;are self-Mating. A fan ot new east Mtklog extra. mad a mechanism

la the most beautiful Ford <'design ha la tenon circumference .
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son, accompanied' by Fred Bellm. F'S. C. W. Alumnae Drive tieMid a* an alumnae- ,head*
his sister arrived Thursday from quarter at Florid State Cottega I
For ) Structure
$200,090(
Georgia They are occupying for Womm will be the immediate
In and JlToun the Wm. Henn cottage on Avenue. tect oMhe state college Alum- 1
t ,: Tallahassee, Not. 12-A etude KuMlion, Mr E L. Beeeon
-- ilcUvlt.1bW1di a which wewB CTiHtt, president announced I
serve as a center for student acUvt- f
laat week
Mr. and Mn Hobart Brockettof

Homestead Northr Havm Goniv, expect. .. .... I "Stteli'rbutlding has bt, n fired-6
Jojcphlne Cash, and 1 J. Graham. ,
start south Sunday.
td fOr year it the eolfcg ant >how r
i
Other present were: Mr and Mr*.
more than ever before an the college -
/ M. A. Baker, Charier Hart Willie
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hunter h experiencing Its largest enrollment
I Baxfey, Billy Hilson, Billy Anderson -
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Fisk returned I I meeting of the Woman's Auxiliaryof and KM Bunny, of South Miami, in history for this time
Alvin Prothero, Warren Wood,
from Orlando were Saturday' and Of Mrs. Boeson said
Sunday where the Episcopal Church In Miami Sunday: guest year,
John Don Lair Richard
Borfardt ,
they had spent a week with I I Friday Mrs. Gauzen attended of Mi. J. K. Sao*. !
Crawihiw' Charles Behrens Cecil The proposed building. planned .
friend Mrs. E. H Hiner who Thursday also ---
I I Parker, Larry Holt, Walter 1'ho/1\p.1 oil the same scale as other campus
t now lives in Fern Park returned Fred Brockett of North Haven,
son, Eddie Prideaux Bitty; Camp. buildings, would cost approximately -
with them for a vUM of a few Mrs P. B. Bird, Sr., has returned Conn.; will arrive next week to bell, Fred Vihten, and Marlon Hen $100,000 she estimated HousIng -
week with Mr. and Mn. H. E. I to Jacksonville after a one-week spend the winter at his home on derson. I facilities also would be provided -

Schafl visit here at the home of Mr. and Tenth street In the structure to accommodate

I Mrs. E. J. Dyal.R. : visiting graduates she said.Mrs. ,
tra. Mn. and Mrs. A. A. Payne and Charley Sneed of Crouse, N. C. Last Monday night th* Redland ,
announced the
Future Fanners held their regular Beeson also
their daughter Miss Elinor Payne, K. Denning of Plant City purchasing arrived Friday. He Is a guest of: commit-
meeting. The main businesswas appointment of a finance
returned Friday from Dothan, Ala., agent for Kilgore Seed Mr. and Mrs. Jim DIxon.
where they went Monday to attend Co., spent Monday In Homestead.. .' :'d4...-'. to perform green hand ini tee to have charge of raising the
the funeral services of Mrs. tiation. Candidates who were accepted -, fund In the name of the Florida,
Anthony Cirruto I is a guest of: Association ;
Payne' mother, Mrs. Nellie Edith were Charles Hart Charles State College Alumnae -
Fritter who died at their home Mrs. A. O. Cain left Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. Torrise Behrens, Cecil Parker, OuR Doug'I Inc., and said a largo proportion
here,on Nov. 2. Another daughter for Mount Dora for a visit with her berly, George Grennell and Billy of the alumnae due would)
niece, Mrs. Jack WUkerson and H. A. Obenshalme left last week ;
Mr. and Mrs Campbell. The meeting adjourned belied to finance the campaign.Contribution
Miss
oil is attending Payne Florida, State Emily College ; Mr. Wilkerson. for his home In West Virginia after shortly.afterward. I will be accepted ;
wfio -
for Women at Tallahassee; I spending few day In Homestead Several of the member went to from student, graduate, and 'ft

went to Dothan with them. Mrs. C. H. Wheat and Mr*. Earl .and. Florida City. the Redland District Improvement, friends of the college and should bit
Myers of Coral Gables, sisters of 10.- Association meeting and saw part mailed To Mrs. R. H. Leslie, executive
[Mrs. E. J. Dyal and Mn. Wheat' The Ladles' Aid Society of the of the motion picture, "The Gift secretary And finance chair-
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. ,
Ashbywillleave 'sister-in-law, Mrs. R. C. Colemanof Florida City Community; Church of Montezuma." The base ball: man of the Florida State College n
Monday morning for St Pensacola, spent Tuesday at will give a community; supper In picture wa seen also and both Alumna Association\ Tallahassee, i
Petersburg where Mr. Aihby will the Dyal home In Homestead.Mr. the church next Friday, Nov. 20, picture were enjoyed.. Fla. .
undergo examination and treatment at 8:30.: Proceeds will go into
for a war-Incurred disability the society's treasury.
af Bay Phnsi government hospital and Mrs: Glidden of Sea-

They will return within a few fort, Del., arrived Tuesday to I ,
days and Mr. Ashby will resume spend two weeks with Mrs Gild- .
his connection with Redland Ap- den's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.I, REDLAND F. F. F.
pliance. Darling In Redland.FLORIDA. By Willis BaxterNNNNNNNNNINNNNNNNMM.IMMNNNINIMMNNNNN

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Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs CITYMrs. A Future Farmer Halloween
Edw. Walton, Mrs. Lee H. Lehman party was enjoyed at the home of
,
W. W. ST ry, Corre pondeatM.MNNN.MNNNNN,11,1111,1NMINNNNINIM 3t
Miss Helen Taylor, Miss Marcia Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Baker las 9l P

Gauzens, Miss Ellen Huff and Friday night The party was arranged
Buddy Fitzpatrick attended a dean- B. L. Boyd, Hal Parham and by a special committee appointed
ery meeting of the Young People's Bill Mead while fishing Monday by the chapter president 4 s
Service League in Fort Lauderdale evening from the Key Largo Members of this committee were
Friday night bridge caught a nine-foot shark Don Lair, Marlon Henderson and
weighing 198 pounds Billy Anderson.
The and recreations
en-
games
Theodore Oldendorf left Wednesday Wrs. Efflyn Carroll of Detroit, Joyed Were hook-on, come-along,
on the{ Clyde liner Shawnee -
accompanied
foKI brief visit In Ne.'YorkCltr. by.45ra..WaltesSchutt back-to-back, five-deep, apple
and her sister Mr*. Tolle-i bobbing and Guggenheim. Alvin
.
; tine of Walled Lake.lf left.. arrived! Prothero and Warren Wood were
Saturday for the winter. the winners of the Guggenheimprize.
Vernon Turner who Is attendIng The prize was furnished
Stetaon University at DeLand The honor roll this'month at the by Mr. D- G. Parker and consistedof
spent' the week-end with hispar Florida City school contain the i two good fountain pens which
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Turner following names: first grade, Har- were appreciated by the winners a 1 1Y 1i
Jr., In Redland. old Griffin; third grade, Alfreds I I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson assisted '.
Cook; fourth grade, Marjorie I Don Lair In directing the
Mr.: and Mrs. Carson Rile! ofLewlI Longhorn, fifth grade MiUred I games. II I

Del., arrived Tuesday for Severy and Lanier Whitehead. After the games everyone enjoyed I
I a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. cake ice cream, punch arid candy
:Arthur. Dovard Watwood of Caylesviile furnished by the members.
Ala., arrived Thursday for Guests present were: Mr. Parker
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Martin, Mrs. the winter season. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson i +1S

W. D. Coker, Miss Claudia Connor Cynthia Parrlsh, Dolores Cowan
Miss Nellie Mae Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Swain and Marguerite Murphy.Merle Mlzelle i

Elmer Martin attended an open
meeting of Biscayne Camp W. O. ) y y yI ys

W. in Miami Monday. Green: : Lantern: Restaurant: I !

Miss Helen KJIeldsen who has ADJOINING HOTEL REDLAND
been staying with Mrs Ole Peter- Western T-Bone Steak Dinner too Chicken Dinner lie 4gSJALL

,,,,In Naranja left this week for Secular Dinner SOo Vegetable Plate SOo
nenectady, N. Y. where she will All Kind of Home-made Sandwiches

spend the winter
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R P. McDaniel, C. K. Cowman
and Roy Murray returned yesterday
from Jacksonville where they The Best Homestead

spent three days at a Ford ater
man's conference.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Corky of Growers ClaimYou t PA Y.'yB1y1,
Port Maraca, announce the birthof
a seven pound son, Jerome Watson -

in the Post Graduate hospital. cannot better tomato ear
Monday secure pepper and is.A.Sc.p iSlld.A.Ta en easy IT

eggplant seed for fall / t.A.Shel' tflllnmiiuttd Sfoatbfy ,
planting than from The
Frank Andrews is In the PostGraduate 11.Point Cold Control Terb,

hospital for treatment Kilgore Seed Co. tfjofflbo Vegetable Freshener

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Mrs !"I! t.C. Sena. Mr::-Ceo.N. ............ Economical Twin Cylinder

Wakcfleid.'Mrs. W. J. Clark, Compressor VlmproTcd Ex. .... .

Mrs. Kdwt: Walton and Mu Lee I For setting tomato plants, use peat moss combined tea lit'* Freezing Unit .
H. Lehman attended the district I
II I with Wizard Brand Sheep Manure. It VAttomitic Interior Light STEWARTWARNER }
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN TO I CORD CLASS HAS THREE EVENTS MARK STATE PRESIDENT'S
i JOLLY KID PARTY .
HOLD DISTRICT MEETING HERE SUNDAY A kid party wad given by the VISIT TO HOMESTEAD REBEKAH LODGE '

Co-ed Class of the Baptist Sunday -
The Homestead BiMlnest And The meeting win be tn open one, school in the Sunday school rooms When Use'xtate Rebeksh and after the meeting t silver offering -
Professional Women's Club made and anyone wishing to attend Is Monday night Mrs. a N. Walker dent Mrs belle I'eII.1 was taken and given to the
asked to make reservation with teacher of the class, won the Tampa, paid her official visit president to be used In furthering
final arrangement Wednesday for Mr*. Myers, Mrs. 3. X. Clausen or prize offered for the beet dressed dsy. to Liberty ftebekah her plan Ot furnishing the laundryat
the district meeting which Will be Mrs. Don Ferreyra today. girl and Tommy Moffett the prize of Homestead, a school of idstruc the Rebekah home for aged and
held in the Homestead Country Those present at Wednesday offered for the best dressed boy. lion ww hold in the orphans at Gainesville
Club Sunday. A tropical luncheon night's meeting were: Mrs. L. L. Miss Ernestine Smith won the .with member of tM aftmlOOfl.. Stanley Wlttkop sang "Did t
will be served at 12.30: and Bow, Mrs. B. L Biggen Mrs. S. L. prize In a donkey's tall pinning and Coconut Grove lodge taking Remember" and "Take My Heart*
this wlU be followed by I panel Dickinson Mrs. Abbie. E. Gross, eon test part At 1 p. m. a banquet was with piano accompaniment by Mrs.
discussion on federal control. Mrs. Mrs. A. C. Easton, Mrs. Wm. M. Crickets and balloons were glv liven In her honor at the Green Wlttkop.
Flora O Myers of Florida City, John, Mr*. Gausens Mr*. Fer- en as favor Wieners were nested Lantern Restaurant, attended by Gene Hunt played guitar and
town clerk, will talk on "States'1 reyra and Misses. Lucille and Ins and punch and all day sucker about twenty member Robert Capllnger, a harmonica,
Rights. Bevlc were served. After the banquet, the group while a shrimp salad count was
Those In charge of the party went to the L O. O. F. hall where served by Misses Ann and Myrtle

HOMESTEAD P.-T. A- afternoon. Member of the Junior were rMs. James H. Roberts Mill the regular lodge meeting was Moon and Miss Eleanor Gay.
MEETS THIS EVENING' Woman's Club Homestead were Virginia Hodge and Miss Marguerite held. The Initiatory degree was Mrs. Fern Arrantleld of Miami,
Moving pictures ot the Homestead -: special guest Wollara. conferred tin Met. Neci Branch. state trasurer, and the district deputy
Future Farmers' trip to Kansas Mrs. Harry Wolfe, Mr*. H. C. Other present were: Miss Mr*. Schonenborne wax presented Mrs. Mamie Jernigan of Miami
last summer will be shown at Reid, Mr Annie Butler and Miss Christine Hughes, Miss Moseley with a gift from the lodge were also present

the November meeting 01lI.. Jennie Lobdell were the hostesses. Sever :Miss Mary Adams, Mlas prize and Miss Marian Scott, the
Homestead Parent-Teacher Asioo- Annie HartleyMU* Evelyn. Del- REDLAND P.-T. A.
low
elation tonight In the Neva King Other present were: Mr*. linger, Miss Mary Elizabeth Kyle, MEETS TONIGHTA Mrs. Adallna Hlckson! assistedthe .
Cooper school auditorium. The Grace McL. Smith of Atlanta :MI'I.I Misses Norma and Eloise Gossman program ot vital Interest to hostess In serving coca cola
pictures will be shown by Geo. N. I Ceo. Hanson Mr. Jas. McCready,I Miss Evelyn Pope Leon Burnett all patron of the Redland School and sandwiches.:
Wakefleld, vocational agriculture Mr*. H. H. Ewing, Mrs. E. A. En- Duke West, Harold Lumpklns, li to be presented at the Redland
Instructor Mrs. Paul Mr*. Geo. Stuart Hall, Bob Cassube, D. H.
and adviser of the nis Reynolds P.-T. A. meeting this evening at
Bellinger, Labon Bishop, Douglass "'''''''''''''''''"''''''''''' '''
Homestead chapter. Musical numbers M. Sonnlchsen, Mrs. J. J. McLen- 8 o'clock In the school auditorium.The 1'"W'1I'1.1"l1: -/"
also, have been arranged for don, Mrs Preston B. Bird Mrs Tower, Harry Diehl Earl Smith, subject for discussion will The Calendar
by Mrs. S. L. Dickinson program Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. E. J. Dyal Virgil Grennell, Harry Brown and be "What Is My Responsibility In i _,, ,
chairman.Mrs. Mrs. Fred Kufeldt, Mrs. Herbert James Robert Training for Citizenship and
Nov. 13 Meeting of Homestead
J. W. English, president ol Turner Mrs. E. M. Froscher, Miss the speakers will be Mrs. C. N. -
MBS. PACETTI GIVES P.-T. A. at 8
the P.-T. A. announced yesterdaythat Thtlma Turner, Miss Mary Bradley Walker. Misa Lillian Johnson and p. m.
Mrs. J. H. Webster had been and Miss Pearl Whitaker. DINNER FOR GRANDSONThe Mrs. Ruth Russell f ov. 13-Redland P.-T. A.

appointed library chairman and fourth birthday anniversaryof All are invited to attend.RAIN' meeting at 8 p. m.
Mrs. It. P. McDaniel, safety chair LOCAL EASTERN STARS David .T. Fredericks Jr., son of Nov, 19-Areme Club meeting
man. ATTEND HULEAII MEETING Mrs. Stanley Wlttkop, was celebrated OH SHINE CLUBHAS with Mrs. Albert Meybem.
Eight members of the Ad Astra Sunday at I birthday din- LUNCHEON MEETING Nov IS-Meeting of Episcopal
SUB-DEBS HAVEARMISTICE Chapter of the 0. E. S. and five ner given by his grandmother, Woman's Auxiliary with Mrs W.
: : DAY PICNIC of attended Mrs. E. J, Pacetti at her home on A handkerchief shower was given J. Clark.
Naranja Chapter
'
The Sub-Deb Club members meeting of the Hialeah Chapter a S. W. Second street. for Mrs. Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick Nov. 14-Areme Club rummagesale
went en their bicycles Armistice Present were Mrs. Pacetti Mr. by the Rain or Shine Clubat In colored town.
given Tuesday night In honor ot
Day for an all-day outing on the the worthy matrons and worthy and :Mrs. Wlttkop, Miss Louise a luncheon meeting at the homeof Nov -District meeting of
Mowry street canal where they patrons of District It. Pacetti Ed Pacetti and the sturdy. Mrs. Helen Hackler on Nov. 5. Business and Professional Women'e -
little ot honor. Mrs. Fitzpatrick was unable to be a't ...
went swimming and had a picnic Those going from Homestead guest Clubs Homestead JCoun-"
dinner Later they met at the I present. try CWb. -
Mrs. Albert
were: Mayhem :
Mrs. W. M. U. CIRCLE TWO Those present were Mrs; Edw.:
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. t. Dyal B. G. Branch Mrs. Geo. W. Turner Nov. IS-Young People's Service
GIVES PROGRAM : Stllinf. Mrs. Lee H. Lehman, Mrs.C. .
and had more refre.hmentt.In League breakfast at J. A. Hooks'home
Jr.. Mr Louise Sykes, Mrs. Bob .
J. Parman Mrs. Frank L.
Skill
the evening a meeting was Harris MIll Estell Turner and Circle Two presented the program following corporate commu-
held at the home of Miss Jane Misses Esther and Helen Living at the meeting of the Wo- Mrs. J. H. Webster, Mrs. H. P. Mc- nion In church at 8 p. m.
Keeley and refreshment were ton. man' Missionary Union In the Daniel and Mrs. Fred Redd. Nov. 17-Meeting of the Wo-

served at the Dixie) Drug. Those attending from Narsnja Homestead Baptist Church Tues man's Club of the Redlands at
In the group were: Misses Iva were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson day afternoon. The meeting was DRILL CLUB GIVESHANDKERCHIEF :3p.m.I
and Nina Dyal, Miss Marcia Gau- Mr*. Clinton Pepper, Mrs. F. held on Tuesday to avoid meetingon SHOWERS Nov. IT-Gleaners' Class meetIng -
tens. Miss Henrlette Hartman, Miss A. Fennell and Mrs. A. C. Al Armistice Day. A handkerchief shower for "Mrs with Mrs. Wlllard Flflcld at
Alta Webster, Miss Bobbie Sum. bright.EPISCOPALIAN. Mr. C. N. Walker and Mrs Bert Ruth Godwin, Miss Pearl Whitaker 1:8/: ).
merlin Miss Virginia Frlck. Miss Andrews gave a report on the associational and Miss Flossie Gorday was Nov. It-Orange Blossom drill
Helen West Miss Betty Bowen and meeting In Miami on given by the Orange Blossom drill club meeting with Miss FlossieCorday I
Miss Keeley.DIRECTORS. ItTNDA'I'8CllOOL Nov. 5.Mrs.. club ot the Woodmen's Circle whenIt at 8 p. m.
HAS PARTY Ora Frazier gave the devotional met at the home of Miss Whit- Nov. 19-Study class meeting
OT YOUNG The Episcopal Sunday school Mrs. T. E. Kirby discussed Bker on Nov. 8. Mrs. Bessie with Miss Jennie Lobdell at :3 p.m.
PEOPLES UNION TO MEET held I Halloween party at the Future
the subject for the month, Brady, the drill captain presided. Nov. 10-0. E. S. meeting for
Plans for I Christmas proll'arriand Farmer clubhouse last week and Ray Andrews recited a poem,! Mr*. Godwin and Miss Whitaker worthy matrons and worthy patrons
selection of a meeting place Halloween game and contests "Christmas Is Coming". were appointed to make arrangements of district In I. O. O. F. hall.
for January will be discussed at were enjoyed, and fortune were Mr. J. C. Vann spoke on "What for II bridge party to be held; 'Nov. Community supper by
the meeting of the directors of the told.The Was Done With Last Year's Offering soon. Florida City Ladies' Aid In Community -
Redland District Young People's refreshment consisted of ," and Mrs. Bert Andrews, on Mrs Florence Coker gave a Church at 8:30.
Union In the Homestead Baptist apple, doughnut and punch. Trailing t Christian Envelope", reading, "Live In the Work." Later I_ Nov. 14-Meeting of Woman'sClub I
Church at 4 p. m. Sunday Garland Mrs. Frank Irwin closed the meetIng bunco won played. Miss Nellie of Homestead In clubhouse :
Wynn, chairman, will be In chargeof STUDY CLASS TO MEET secret I "
with Mae Martin the at 1 .
prayer. won high p. m. .\.G
the meeting.FEDERATION NEXT THURSDAY __ __un ___ ___
The study class Of the Woman's
OFFICERS Club of Homestead will hold its
ADDRESS LOCAL CLUB regular meeting on Thursday,
Mrs. Johnson Pace, treasurer ot Nov. It, Instead of on Thursday PUBLIC IS INVJTED TO INSPECT
the State Federation of Woman's Nov. 28. to avoid ThanksgivingDay. .
Clubs, and Mrs. 0. A. Sandqulst The meeting will be held REXALL MILLION DOLLAR TRAIN ,
president ot the Dade County at the home of Mill Jennie Lob- iJ
Federation ot Woman's Club, dell at I o'clock.
spoke at a meeting of the Wo- WhM M twaa Inso tbd kctloi ** fa
man's Club ot Homestead Tuesday a9vOOO-aile tour of he omatrf from
OMSMO-coaM, the issued Dress Con
.r"! million dollar Resell Train will
CARE Mafteo opeosopubliele.pectio. o,
ot lu four exhibition ctr*. The
tnla as apectatlr tuft for too ;
I Ir. i notkias of Retail dntiat
'ill and Beauty f Stop will be made laI t
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best of can at all V
the times. Whether y e u : J aboard j-
genuine
wish a wave, a facial, she UZI&
EUGENE: Permanent e manicure, or any of titt
the other essential aids
.alof." I.Wag wavvebeeb' to beauty, you'll find .
! ; has Iselag ..1.i .-set's sits the skilled operators I

i kfad ef a ptnMMM you.**;;; Pat's Beauty Parlor I ..
lad theft the kind ready to serve you
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I I Foe e.. ate g.gains luilo* Quickly at any Urn. I Free tickets may be obtained at the Dixie Drug to
7 sadCombination
;kVavloj.Vlih genuine EysfcwMMU. Croqatfnole.
i' \ LM.M "drtn" you visit this train which will be on display at 9 a. m.
! half '-'IM Mima, with aIvtaf PERMANENT WAVES

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iJohnstdrj.I Is Re-elected aawMn of the Ar bdlsr/s w..1 sad Mrs. E. L. Whose, Mr*. Carter.Mn .
JOHNSON GET I
I SOCIAL EVENTS man' Auxiliary when it met with! C. Ben Plummer, Mrs J. M. -
I By Improvement Group, --..-.---- Mn. K. K. Ctarhe at her home 0-1| Hotfetty Mrs. J: R. HI.... Mn.:-. ,
ABOARD REXALL Silver Palm drive on Nov. 5. D. P. Blake Mrs. V. M. Harris I IMrs.
w. W. MRS. DUNLOP TO ARRANGE I
I Johnston! was r -elected ''GARDEN R. Y. Burr, h pt'eatdentrpresfded.Those .) A. r. Arthur Mn. Bun and :
president of the Extend' 'Dfetrlc CLUB EXHIBIT:
TRAIN SUNDAY Improvement Association Monday The South Dade Garden Club at present were: the Rev.)la* bot..... .

I night following election of I board Its opening meeting this season,
of directors composed: of the following held at the home of Mrs. Elberta ,
Dixie Drug Co-Proprietor I : Frank Skill, Tom Tor- Bule Monday afternoon made
bert John Scanelli. T. E- Kirby, plan for an exhibit In the Dade .
to Meet Exhibit at J. R Hlckson, Chas. Cox, George i County Fair. Mrs. Wm. Dunlop

Hollywood. Cooper, Henry Behrens Jr., W., exhibit chairman last year, wa reappointed -I Are You Due a Raise ?
M. Brodie, Win Dunlop, Mrs. Cina exhibit chairman and
Howard Johnson, eo-proprletor Stewart W. O. Talbott. Mrs. Suit and Mr, t M. Froscher .
of the Dixie Drug with Jack Polk, Mrs Talbott was elected vice- were made her assistants
plans to board the million dollar president, Mr*. Stewart, secretary, A suggestion was made that the
Bexall train In Hollywood Sundayon Mr. Dunlop treasurer. club assist in obtaining garden 1
Its trip to Miami and get an Appreciation of the association furniture for the municipal library
uninterrupted tour of the exhibit for the fire truck now stationed and decision wa reserved for I future To merit an increase in salary, your
train before it COM on display at Redland School by the board of meeting.
Monday at 9 a. m. on the Florida county commissioners was expressed Each member answered roll call services must be more valuable.
East Coast Railway tracks in I resolution adopted with a short poem or garden Item.

Mayor A. D. H. Toner and other after its presentation by Mr. Cox, Present were: Mrs R. J. Shepherd -
Miami civic and business leaden and I request made that the board Mrs. H. H. Ewing, Mrs. Annie -
will greet L. K. Liggett president have I telephone Installed in the Butler, Mn. Lucy Clinton, Are you improving:, standing still, or ;
home,of Roberta Mrs. H. F. Potter, Mn. J. M. Dob-
Mason so that this
Rexall when the train
of the plant,
goes on exhibition Monday. protection could be extended over bin, Mr*. Ceo. E. Reed, Mrs- Dunlop retrograding? We have assisted others :
24 hours of the day It was said Mrs. Froacher and Mrs. Bute _
Among the feature aboard to fields of usefulness
many Mr. Robert would gladly answer greater Is it not }
the train are five Inexpensive
I calls at any time of the night If MRS. K. K. CLARKS
rubber nursing nipples used by the called. ENTERTAINS AUXILIARY your turn?

Dionne quintuplet I Hayes Wood, tax-collector-elect, Part of the book "Christ Into
In I heavy glass ease, closely: I made I few remark anent the service Tomorrow were reviewed by
guarded these relics ot the tamed I the public way expect from
quintuplets' babyhood may be I him after he takes office in January CARD OF THANKS A call may mean much and costs you

seen by those inspecting the train. Two motion picture were We would like to thank our many
A,watchful attendant is Always on I shown and announcement was friends for their kindness during but a few minutes. We can take but a .

h nd.to keep souvenir tauten at made'that two more film* were the recent Illness of W. t: Rheney. few '' "
bay. When not on display, the scheduled for the'next meeting, MRS. W. J:. RHENEY, more..r It
case Is' 1 locked away in secret en Nov. 21. VARA RHENEY v
place known only to the train's o I ANN RHENEY. 0
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tessNelse
exhibit director.
Needless to say how keen an Interest It visa the Sabbath, and Donaldwas TIRED KBSBAID ;

U1I1pp'" held tor more hammering away at the bot- TAKES Ofl KW LIFE ;
tom of his barrow when his wife r
than 800.000 men, women and w.w -. _. _. s1.ns4M ar
earn to the door. a.testy a.e a.. 0.- t..at.etr.nw"
children who viewed them on the
tint half of the train's M.MO-mUe "Mon," the exclaimed, "';ye'remakln' .w starer mute tam- p..r_r-M".. -.... sea..-lOt Homestead Business College !f'J

tour of the United State and Can a muckle clutter." What will =..wv...=.=..: Tr 1.= rose tee.. ;
the neebour say?
0_ area .0 1M wr.n 10
pose a..e.-
ada.During "Never mind OK neebours: ," laid s.a 0.1, VMS .._ ..... asa
their nursing days Marie,
+. -- a. M.t..ana 2nd Floor Horne Building
Cecile, Yvonne. Annette and Emi the busy one. "I maun get III).bar ; and b=-LAW-0.1d". '='Q..aotrywrtehats.wwa..aso j

lie used I type of nipple nude by ra mendU." ase soon mra am .assets sass. .
the United Drug Co., of Boston The woman thought< this over
Moss, manufacturer of Rexall for I minute or two, then "Oh, ;.
products. These were carefully but, Donald, It'..VetTl.wnna tae I
collected and treasured as the work: on the SabbatH" she ex-
hungry little misses wore them postulated. "Ye ought to use -
down. .Incidentally, Marie was screws."-Tit-BIts. .

the most vtflM'OUllIUlWI', wearing, NNIES'
down, more nipples than her sisters bold conventions attended by.the
The nipples which she used 10,000 Rexall and Liggett druggists .
-each carries I name plate to in the United Stats and .
identify user-plainlY evidencesthe Canada.
extra hard punishment to Free admission tickets.,to the M/Ji
""hie1ahe subjected IL train may be obtained in Homestead PINJ I/Jtitj4
Purpose of the Recall train .Is to from the Dixie Drug.REDLAND .


.- Mall a POlo "$*> 1
CAFE I Ifjppy b the housewife who turns her work over to u*

we keep her kitchen spic and span banish all worry j

MRS. A. lfABOItS. PrOP I l'. j < $s. and cut save time, labor and money. We're quick and a

DINNER 100 PLATE Lt CIlI3of : careful; site and dependable. Give u.1 chance: to show
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whit we cm do-in your modern, all-electric kitchen.
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TO "Openthe oven door and sniff that
S08lGATIONS a
appetizing al'Oll\l.l,',a juicy,tender,

O? EA + ? sizzling steak-broiled to a turn. Or
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11 GROUPS
a delicious tout; ,browned to a king's .
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t taste. Or I steaming pie flaky and

crisp. And, remember, electric

.' \ cookery is healthful loo.* ,


Millions*f tames.* nr dif, ._. ectn which sr* small er peat >M "ALWAYS R1CHT, "al
.. Lies *l IwJWdnilt' *r the satinsend 'in which SMM .kM.*f ta* l / 51STn
w
telephone iadawr* pl-ts Its past.l .
Maybe Mr*. Jones la wdtriiif Art" lost *f bread delivered, someone
fnaucallr summoning a doctor, An American aaleimia-i selaW anI e
I order I* s client; ken** the ceafc A stockholder Is opening s* *wdop* 1SetTice
1 ei i A nJi.titir) man i* taking an order for service with, pride In kuiwU and
I doe service a* has *>U. the foramn i mintaW eel gnat Amount Is
nfiatmj wits, she foretcn secretary .( Scant .rld a.....
The** .*k-.>.ofc. contact between k_ bewfa. KpsrsteJ, kyW e
bUets *r kr sloe Spans of eoesi and aasis.ras. ago gambler ; kMtwIk Sea ,
tsssase Belt Sre_ from The t.>iniiit has CTt....4 an* aii.lsj. SIts: 2
1 lie ..... t.s>UMiU4ny M all people : ,)
talepCaa J what Iowa loyak When rID on the job I keep the
Thaw 1* *n abKcauon I* ei | *,*ss, .
1 weld age islet sT *l mr KM deteewe nIt an obligations k> SMf *l '. water for Tear bail, ajs* bee"ONO
i she service, wd tW Umt4 Stairs Ws ewe "'*11. the _Ufa 5Atphoase ..... for husmhuld t
rufe. TVi.to a4 .Mic every par- yr/
breasts good service at s reasonable east U the '
gas I* Ike people who, have Invested then savings lit she. Bell SIMMS alidIbek pose without fusses bother. lusty
1 etnliaeiK has.been iuniked. There I is sa obligation I* Ik* gas* si r 04 tell ra* what
: fcole.. expressed i in the *f Mama and temperature you
nation
the M as organ fTWM
t I* this The UeJI SrMem ks mW fe. ..*.* Then Is .* *UiMiM i ID ib* prefer and the result -automatic S B BUS OR ,
future el tckphMV. and she Bell Laboratories haw We I< *" *" service la.tallthe electric water YOUR DEALERfI"
success In meeting this duty I* die future' tosumnkatkia. attd *f oils heater and I'll be faithful
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your ...
I tuilon sad the ld.
All of iheM obligations have UM assumed *p In the gelding DoBcy I II I I II servant for bi .* : e
r.
['el Abe Bell Sptcav b post ",:1cco..114 the ))m at the Jowat.DUTHERK.BELL .1 .
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Pave Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE n Friday, November 13,1936

I Miss Doney's class welcome a Jackson Memorial Now the hospital a total capacity-of so
new pupil L. B- Helms, from patient It Is fire-proof and vft
Rank Second in S. E.
North Carolina Barbara Miller tually hurricane-proof. .
HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS ;
I Is back In school after being out r-- The building feeing fitted wit
several drys because of illness. I Miami Nov. 12 (FNS)-Miaminow the most modern and up-to-dat

NELLA 2AUL73 School Editor I has the second largest hospital equipment available la tbecQue,

_-...............-_.uu.u.u..u..---.-..........................................................._...-_-..-_..... Miss Ray's class has elected new i In the Southeast and one of try. Every device for the comfoi
HONOR ROLL There are eight new book In officers this month for the Citizenship I the best equipped in the nation of the patient and the convenientof
Twelfth grade-high; Geraldine the school library that the P,-T, A. Club. The officers are: ,! since the new Jackson Memorial, attending physicians It ben
election president, Sammy Harris vicepresident : five story, $390,000 building has provided.
Reltz Bobble Summerlln, Helen paid for by selling tags on ; ",
West; low Buddy Fitzpatrick, day. They are: Chaucer's "Can. Dorothy Kuhn; and : been added.
Robert Otuzens Lou Bells Greitr terbury Tales" Van Dines1 "Mys secretary, Edna Revel The class I The new building contains 100 READ THE WANT Aty
nell Hael Pennlngton Elizabeth tery Stories," Bui-man's "Steim- hat appointed new committees for I rooms homing ISO: beds and gives
Skill, Mirth Clam. boat Round the Bend," Van the care of the room. This class -
Loon's "Story of Invention," Stratton Is sorry to lose Hugo Gorday who
Eleventh
.radhlah: Eugene
Porter's 'Freckles Comes has moved to Miami. I
Srherr. Alta Webster, Cecelia Harper
: low: Effie Booth Ruby Dolor, Home," Adams' "Epic of Americo" As Near As Your Telephone

Norma Ooasman Francis Loft, Franck'f "Roaming Thru I Mrs. Thurman's class Is making i
Marjorie Moeer, Either Pope the West Indies'1 and Thoreau'i"Walden" a border of Thanksgiving turkeys, modern'smotor
Mosely Sew, Ellen Vann Iva and it also hal a border of Pilgrim, Our service la available any day and any hour. To our

Dyal. ships drawn In colors on the black-I equipment, distance la nothing. We can serve remote dUtrlcta -

Tenth grade high- Virginia Mr. Moomaw'i sophomore class board. as well as those near at band. And for service In distant
Dorsey, William MeMtehnel Edna is sorry to lose Mary Ballero who
parts ef the have connections
country we with other funeral
Booth Mitt-la' Oauzens, Madge has been transferred to Ponce de MIN Jackson's class welcomesa
Thomson; low: Howard Lamb. Leon school new pupil, Arthur Brandenburg directors through whom we can make all arrangements U provide .
Louise Plf tttl. Trultt Bullard. equally modern faculties- Our up-to-date motor equipment

Ninth grade-high:Elwln Cooper Mrs. Johrtson'i ninth grade class L. W. Posey Joins Rhodes makes our efficient and understanding service aa near as yourtelephone.
Constance Scherr; low: Gol- has attractively decorated Its ,
din Grennell Rachael Goodman, board with Thanksgiving decora As Ford Repair, ExpertL an1&Irne-&nTwbere.

Herbert Booth, Henry Dodson tions. Each funeral handled this i
la
by organisation personally directed
W. a Ford mechanicfor
Nino Dyal, Joe Plchc, Eunice Posey
Walker Jud Plche, Fr.ncllVe :Mr. Lucas' eighth grade boys 19 years, will be associated Q,& responsible staff member. We do not entrust ear duties '

Marjorie Webb. ... played-Miss- Hayden'i eighth with the Airport Service Stat10nand' to twrtUlly-lraiBwl, tnexperleneed men. That U w ,eieals. t:

Eighth grade-high: J. T. Godwin. b'j grade boys In a game of diamond Garage on forth Tlagler aloe iitsl'tp i ,our. abHIty,and ,!! lellt". ,
nut and Eighth 'trftf.1. F Rhodes,
Betty Jaoe Meybem; ball Tuesday, Last Friday dufIng -
Jack McMichael Jay the home room period Julia the proprietor' announced this If-HOUJiAMBtJlANCB
Francjt- Sullivan and Frank To- week. SERVICE
James Sullivan, Francis Lamb,
Katherine Orfanedes, ROM Peter- plno were in charge of the pro- Mr. Rhodes recently moved his
aon. gram. During the home room period garage business, which was knownas TURNER FUNERAL HOME '
each day the class has a Rhodes' Square Deal Garage,
Seventh DorisThompson
grade Irt.-hlah:
scrambled word contest. from the Seaboard Oil Co. .buildIng -
Either Rucker; : Homestead Fla. Phone 564-R I
Annette Campbell, Marjorie Con-1 I en North riaglrr- across from ,
the r. F.4r: depot, to the airport-
ner, Alice Rlethmiler, Mabel R Miss Hayden'i eighth grade last
Pope, Mary L. Pierce, Edna Forte,r month had an entire month of per- 1 ,

Mary I<{ ( oaa. j tiMmarl 1 fect sjttendanc*, Funeral Services Held I SH RWIN-lMLllAMS
Seventh grade bOY.Ltahi; ;\o For Giovanno Mango
Dutrlrifon; low: James Nesbltt, The seventh grade boys are going -
Ralph Delllnger, Lewla Sker, -to have a party Friday nightgfvtin j
Charles Robtnson by their teacher Mist Haggard Funeral services for Giovanna-
and their room mothers Mrs. Marigo who died at his home on
Steffani and Mrs. Anderson at the Frank Panno grove In Silver!
Mia Mable Williams the art I
the home of Mrs, Steffani. Palm Monday after a short illness,|
teacher the high school art
Mess Y'ih gave partyTuesday MOM 9 were conducted at Miami Memorial I
dressed hoboto Mrs. Webb's class had 1U tint Park Tuesday morning by the
Everyone came ai a
the meeting place back of the half holiday last Friday. The clasiU Rev. James Cloonan pastor of '
American Legion hall. The party sorry that George Wlngate had I the Sacred Heart Catholic Churchof s.
woe In the form of a treasure hunt the hard luck to sprain his toe a Homestead. Turner Funeral
After winding around through 1 few days ago. This class la sorry Home was In charge of arrangements -
town awhile the class ended up at I to lose Sara Lou Wells who ICT A TOUO OWTiT'.IT/.
the old hotel on Krome avenue | has been transferred to a Miami Marigo,'!vila was about 72 years
Each one had -a ,stunt school old, had been employed by Mr. Hal
and the prizes were It .1'J'ePllre4..j Panno for about two years He
and 'a lead soldier The menu Mn. Flfield' class b sorry that came to the Redland District from
consisted of saltines, sardines,I France Foster I* absent because Cleveland. There are no sur

pork..and beam, cold hard biscuits I 6f Illness. vivors. 1B t ,
cheese and coffee. Everyone

a good time around the tamp fire.I I


The art class made $43.(6 on the.I e
marionette ihow last week and, Plant Burpee's Tomato Seed

cleared $30.50. The pupils epo! \

predated the splendid cooperation '. rmwtW-mdUJItI MAR.KOT; VARNISH
of the parents and friends. 1 This Year .
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The money will be used for buying I un take en of little .bH*,-w tcr, alcohol, .''Ico''".' and the liU.,
drawing boards and paper fore .. This lost drying varnish gives! < !lovely! high gloss Bniih.on toon
woodwork or fwnlture- rlnS b nd to woodMrf
) ury protection
the art class The high schoolart classes are going to start making -\
tome marionettes next week. THIS WEEK, 1 quart S-W Mares and a !
See some of the tomatoes now being harvest $1 1@3
floor
; I dandy applicator-Si.70 value .
The girls who signed up for the ed that from
] were grown BURPEE'S SEED, ,
Pep Club are: Sybil Cheshire
Mooely Sever, Frances Webb Miry then make your own decision as to the kind I LUeS
Elisabeth Kyle Nellie Mae Martin, I of seed you plant. ;'Ylonw :SAVI N G.,
Wlilela Bullard and Mary Elizabeth
Ranion. ,
--- I The first tomatoes harvested in this section dOvkkD"In0

The Interior decorating claw ban this year were grown from BURPEE'S I S-W Semi-Lustre ;

been studying the rules for arranging SEED. S-W floor Enamel wills\ and woodwork .;
flowers and several of the I Ourabis. For wood, c. \ For Sall sass '" Wash off
students brought flowers to arrange or \\lnol'\I. Roort (r..Y ,,, \0 s
In cl.... In arranging See us before you buy! your seed. alto 0"s _I.,. ..tin ftnlsh. ..n (112 -sI

flowers they apply the rules of .... nGrantham $111 QvoIt '1
balance, harmony, rhythm, emphasis e' : go-; i +Rv
I and proportion. Lf

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The tenth grade home economics
class has finished making silk Seed Store Ovldr-dry..... S-W Auto Enamel
dresses and some of the dresses Gloss Enamel solid .
Quick dryln "
along with garments of the other, Laws
.laid--covers ens coot .
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in the home Homestead, Fla. Phone 22 SV [ .
classes are on display toted-ens' CCl economics room. ..k'. for woodwork, IlIocIc 89 ,l 1
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36BfWotaW NoInher 13, 1936 THE LEADER PRISE Pare Eleven




of vlr SOi .: cThe Churches I.O.O.F.in o Take Civic UndisputedLead LeagueThe I[ CLASSIFIED ADS.. '-'--I : .


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1 Odd Fellows went into aa,I \

undisputed lead In the Civic Diamond -I' RATE: rkst insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertions j

>mfor Ball League last night as 5* a line ;

item BAPTIST CHURCH lag at 7 30 p. m. Midweek prayers the Rotary Club with which they ,

be t. and Bible study Wednesday at were tied for the first place, lost!
fH U-Th rev C. N. I I FOR RENTFOR SMALL PLANTS and cuttings for
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7.30
pastor Sunday at i to the Masons, $-5. I' sale. Mrs. Ceo W. Kosel, Jungle

-"m. Preaching at 11 :1 m. Radlaad Community CllIU'll1a-1 The Odd Fellows won from the i RENT Furnlsed houie Apply Grove, Redland road and Plum-

.T-> *".; B-YPU at T p.m. the Rev. C. G. Nelson, Redland District Lions Club Monday C. B. Rucker, "The Pines," mer drive. .

Wednesday at Church school at 10; pre., night 14-1 Federal Highway, north ol J
services : ,
prayer I 'n':
putor'l 1 GUAVA JUICE II
Homestead ( 13-M per gallon.
1L Epworth League at 6: Next Monday night the Masons pn
4e'e :SJWNe -, ,., Jungle Grove Redland.CARI95AS. .ti
week prayers and Bible and Odd Fellows will clash,

) .. II-Morning topic Thursday at 7:30.METHODIST i and Thursday the Lions will oppose :I FOR RENT-FoW'bath. A. J. room McGaughey houMwith lOc Qt. CUTTINGS :
j of the Soul"ievening
*Sbe.Temple I' the Masons and SMALL PLANTS for sale :
I rear of 11T N. W. 8th St. Home-
"The Wonderful I I
\ semen, EPISCOPAL Mrs. Geo. W. Kosel. Jungle
lAve of God" by Dr. I SOUTH ttead. (pn8) Grove Redland
I I road and Plum-
THE STANDINGS
rnU ,Lloyd C. Shanklin. FOR RENT-Furnished house and
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White Stone Charoh-HoMe- Team W. I. : GLADIOLUS BULBS
Plcardy,
! Goulds--The 1\1:". Noah Peterson stead; the Rev. A. A. Koeslllne, I. O. 0. T. _.. t 0 peL.. Store.apartment Homestead Variety( I the most spectacular and moat ',

,nt peltor. Sunday school at 10 pastor Sunday school at 0:30 a. 1 1m. I I Rotes _'__ 3 I ..150I' pn6) be.utlful.ladlolue ever product ;

rat a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and .; preaching at 11 a. m. and 1:30': '' Masons ._ ._.. -..... I 3 .250 TOMATO LAND in AUapattah ed. Flesh to salmon pink color. ti

1:30: p. m.; B. Y. P. U. at 8:30 p. m. ; p. m. Junior League at 2:30: p.I I' Lions .___ 0 t OOO Gardens section armed in tomatoes Vigorous grower and well adapted ;
. service at 7:30 m. Wed. HI League ut 5 43 SeniorLeaaue !
Prayer p. i m.; : p. m.; three years ago now has to Florida conditions Highest :

'n( l1Uda,. at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting i Talks myrtle growth. Rent $2 per acre quality bulbs, Urge size J2.1J "
W. Cecil Watson
at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Other land entirely 100 medium alee .SO
ar CATHOLIC I,I per year per $1 per t
Nov. 15-Moraine message To' Episcopal Men Here I II cleared 110 per acre D. E. Allen 100 postpaid Orders for shipment 1
Church ef the Sacred Heart I Miami. Phone I-589T.
Our Gift of Ufa". Special music by express not prepaid, ;
edits S. E.!: Second avenue, Homestead; fey the choir; eveningjnessace I I W Cecil Watson of Miami, member large size, tl.00 per 100, medium
TOMATO OR POTATO land for
the Rev. James Cloonan, pastor.Sunday "The Adequacy ef of the board of county commissioners size '1.10 per hundred..No order
let at 8 a. ra week day : rent at Goulds, Fla.. Preston H.
;
man the Gospel" Special mule of, Dade, County, spoketo accepted for less than $2. Spe-

mass at 7.45 dally.; Sunday acheol V high school Glee dab the men., of St ,,John's Episcopal Lee. (p o 23) cial prices per 1000 E.!: f..Draper.Boyklns. .

Sunday following o'clock mast.Connustlon Church, Homestead, at a meetIng .
Training class In teaching FOR RENT: -4-room house, two ,
tat women.:Hw'..first! ':':tfooday, Tuesday ""and Wed In the home of Mr and Mrs. Itt screened porches, running water Va.LOST '
.
and t
Sunday oaf.noMJkMor -
a. jmday a\l Ma. .lavttaUoB exrle4 > Cook last night garage, fruit tree..1or _
boysf" "-.SuMq.ot, te ,iIL4direrrPshe The meeting was he.ld tot organization > .couple. Apply W Mr: Severy :

holy11out.TttursdaLJelal..tidtFrldarbe ; In preparation ,for .the Redd'i:Dry Cleaners. LOST' i 'Bl'aft.lnit.YYhlt1 -fe"male t '

tTohtlt.at. 7.14 ii '" ; Ceaasamlljr ChurahAM .every-membet canvass which .Is t .. setter Collar-tias-DrrThomas' '. '
let ;It .," "$. FOR .
Rev H..O. Cowan,'pe.... SALE
... IbWI&.tl 'to be made.soou that.next jear'sbudget name 01IL Anyone ,'jI
dieliod of '
Sunday school every'SUaday at 10
R'' may be completed. fOR... AU: -.New .FJJ Famuli I having knowledge of the whereabouts ;/
rasa, ;' ..: aT-tt preachlnf-wrvieet on first !
:
} tdvf.:SUling and Mr. Cook, who tractor Bargain. Geo..W. S"ItJt." of Oils dog )'please notify i1
CIIRIS2TAN' tit'lZNrs-cRtlllClt thlnl and fifth Sundays at 11 a I Ian. I Dr. B. E. Catlm 81\
* alasr attended a meeting of officers and Homestead (pd 41 phone, ,
.and S p. m. |i'members of the canvassing boardin Homestead. (n6) i

nerida ,OttyBrowHway aad Princeton .The ; gave R. I. RED FRYERS-Live or dress;
last week
Rev H C. Cow-i, Orlando reporl -
k(,Sixth :.street Sunday school at an, pastor?the Rev. L. O. Adama'l: of the meeting. I ed. Free delivery In city. Phone MISCELLANEOUSPIANO tf'
,9:43: a.m. for pupils under 20 yearsof I 53S-M. McEwen Poultry Plant.
served
assistant A buffet supper was by
pastor Sunday
age;. morning service at 11 >
| 1
IP o'clock ,Wednesday evening services 10 a. m. and preaching at 11 everySunday I Mrs. Cook. I FOR SALE Fordson tractor and Good used TUNING piano ant.for sale repalrint.cheap ;

which. Include testimonials Preaching at 730: p. trailer. Dave Kufeldt Redland i! I
,
m.1 I I W. E. Koon. 115 N. W. 3rd St. ,
of month.METHODIST. .
of healing and experiences and remarks on first Sunday I Garage (pn 13) I II 3 3j

m. The on public Christian is cordially Science invitedto S p. FREE I You DEEdSULfOCIDE I FOR SALE Chayotes 75c a I Idot. iI i I REAL ESTATE
: :
attend. i I .; Chinese spinach So Jb-: !
Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest War-
REAL ESTATJ-Tl! who want j
tree spinach 15c lb.; lemons 25cdoi
CHURCH OF CHRIST ran: pastor Sunday school I I .; okra, market price; carlsss to buy or sell Redland District t
10 m, preaching 11 a. m. and
real estate will find up-to-date
I F Jelly Mrs Geo W. Kosel. Sr.,
i t/mnkadzJl ralf..avenue and I p. m.; Junior meeting 130: p..m.;j I Plummer pr and Redland Rd I listings la our office. Many of '

w--rltUilir4it: ; T. J. Hunton, Young Peoples' meeting 719. for Quality these listings are still at subnormal -

minister. Bible study at 10 a. m.; Prayer and class meeting 7:30 FOR SALE Isle of Pine grapefruit prices. We shall tppre-

'com m u 111 0 fellowship and Thursday BEANS. TOMATOES 75c a bushel; 25o a dozen. date either you Inquiries or

I 11 11I j::1'preaching at 11 1. preaching at Mrs. Eva Collins, Biscayne drive your listings, all of which will 1

11I I f'1lO 1 :: p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday PENTECOSTAL, .What Is that magic stuff my and Federal Highway (n6U) have our best attention. Now it i
at 7:30 p. m. I the time to buy. B. W. Morris
I Goulds-Rev. John H. Stroud, neighbor ? He picks '
uses I FOR SALE-Ripe oranges, tangerines
now associated with It A. Cam
I ( CHURCH OF GOD : pastor. Sunday school; at 948; speckled beans, ships them and grapefruit fryers, eggs, eron, N. W. 1st St in Citizens
preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. returns asked a
[ gets grower Dr. Shanklin Grove, H milewest Bank Btda. Phone7J.SITUATION .
Homesteed.-605 N. W. First d
m.) Young people's meeting at (:30, of his dealer, The answer Is- I of Florida City o30-tf)
I|venue; J. H. Dodson, minister. p. m; Ladles' prayer circle, Tuesday "Sulfoclde" Its value has

Sunday: school at 9:45 a; m.;' ai-2:30 p, m. Mld-weeic prayer been preven by 20 years continuous I SPECIAl-Baby chicks Reds, WANTED .

preaching 11 .. m. and f:30 p.m.; service Thursday at 7:30 p. m, use by Florida vegetable Rocks, Buffs, $8.110 per 100.
tar T P. at 8:45 p m. Prayer Scherr Feed and Supply Store. EXPERIENCED vegetable farmer -

tina, 7:3V p. "Wednesday. I FIRST PRESBYTERIANCHURCH growers. I (030 tf). wants position as manager or '
beans In Sulfoclde Bet-
Dip all foreman. Capable-efficient hard

OF.THE NAZARENE I ter still spray with Sulfoclde SAIL BOAT $30; skiff $20; worker. Best references. Address

i. I ad-ThIf. r: Rev W H Homestead-Rjrpme avenue at and you will have no speckled. punt $10. Lew Howe, Miami Box 943, Homestead

N. 16th street; the Rev. E. L Nelson beans. II Spring) Fla. (po 23) (023-30)
pastor Sunday school at,
minister. Bible school at1 I "florida Experiment Station 0
I a. lrr.lreaching} at 11 a. 'm. 10 a. m, preaching at ,|1 a. m., Press Bulletin 464 reports that TOMATO, Pepper and Broccoli WANTED Part-time job by
7 p. M; N, y. P; f. lend Silver Palm business JLrola
Simons
and .p m. Young peoples' meet tomatoes, when picked > 'plants cor. college pupil.
lore meeting at 8:30 p. m., lag at 7p.m. | :?'dipping In Sulfoclde reduces rots 'Dr., & Richard Rd. (a 4 tf r Little, < S. VI. Third St., Homestead -
I
!
frayer ateetln* .
Wednesday eve ." II 11Nov. ( .
; 15-Morning worship: to a minimum. Spray Tomatoes MANGO CHUTNEY So an ox. pr :

"Jesus Washes Ills Disciples' Beans, Strawberries, etc., I 35n a pint Jungle Grove.FRYERS LEGAL NOTICE
if rrfneaUib-the Rev. C. H. Con'i before picking After picking,
Feet". Jubilee Thank offering
don, pastor Sunday school at fl:45;, I wash ur dip .in_ S u elects a The _- La or dressed. Free ,
will be laken.evenIn9; worship NOTM.IO-pnITION,,
Breaching at It:4) a. m.-and .7:30p. : Studies In Genesis. cost Is Insignificant leu than delivery in city. Phone 535-M.'' DIAIRR8 LICRNHK FOR rats

m.Junior meeting at I 30;young the cost of the labor. The returns McEwen Poultry Plant I TO WHOM IT MAY OONCl.KNl
'. Public walk to (l.lri>r .lr.. .....t llM
;pIIOpl, meeting at 8 30. Prayer SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE OF I are many hundredfold. I .._... SARAH HKRKCCA MK.NIX.
meeting Wednesday at 7:80.p. m. TRUTH dealers In Florida sell i FOR SALE -Guavas, So lb., only RICK wife *l C. W. H.n4rlrk, ......... to
e The beat In, small Quantities. Jungle apply to MM of Uw Judyat 5M ('_1&
; :EPISCOPAL .j Homestead-branch of Miami Sulfoclde. Insist on having Grove, Redland. Court of the KlMMUh JitMml Olrr.H : aI Mkfal. Dade County. FkeM.
It. Ask for kaflet "Sulfoclde. ------------------- I : :
d Spiritualist Temple of Truth In ;.w to Manage' t.0. be we da.1
; 81 JehaV-. K. Second ivenllli Woman's Club; 410 K W. Eighth the Bean Spray" ..ntrsl h" .......... aM Ia baeaae. a Lau
t.dw I. .wry fwpwt at a .0.0.0A
l and Fourth meet ; avenue lien1 Bible class and B. G. PRATT COMPANY ROSE BUSHESWe 1 M.. Newabw I" lass. or a. _
.Rev. Wm. C. Taylor, Jr. pastor I Ii at 7.19 e had.
people..11cewn p.
Sunday schedule: Holy young 40 C CHURCH STREET offer select quality, fwd 1'M'': ,'..: II''" "" day.
i 'TuchirlatI m.; healing by Dr. J Carl Hobaon NEW YORK D. 1N4. '
: with hyma aw) ,- !1 a* T:45.lectureand/ messages.at year budded roses $.00 par doc. I I" SARAH RriKOCA JlDlDIlIt"IC. .
:Sunday.acbodl .rr.lr Young, prepaid. Red Radiance Pink I PotIUo_
7.10. FRANK' : .. DowimoSolhltaf
.
..
:People' Service League at.I:SO p.' SULFOCIDEThe Radiance, Columbia' Pres. H. tar PMHknrrOct. -

: m. at parsonage on Avocado drive.1 1I'ue.dayaHoly LEGAL NOTICES Hoover, Talisman, Luxembourg ( tS ". If... I. '1. M ISM)

L ; : Eucharist at t a. m.Fridays ., Bean Spray ; K. A. Victoria, Caledonia NOTica) or APPLICATION FOR TAI
Eucharist at 7 NOTICB. or APPLICATION roa TAI I Climbing Paul Scarlet DKIID
: Holy a. m I ,
..... ,
I DIED I (S 8Ia I'I. I.
Holy day as announced. tomes Bill No lOt I Ii i Climbing Talisman. NOTICE It NeRKav lvvse 0.4J.
I NOTICE in lUfUEBYGJVEN that T. Chbti..em. b.Mer .t' Fes. sad
,I Nov. -Cerpera4e comma c.... SoiiiHlloi I.... holder at state and Lone Star hose Bush Co. I >..t. Tn CwtlflMto N.. mil M"wd t.
'1 CooMr tat Certificate N.. .10. Used the I Ilot 4>r of A..... A. D. mi. kmm f/kd
I t Woe T. P. S..U; breakfast at I>4 diy of A. D. I.... ko. IM LEGAL NOTICES :, Dept H TIer, Tex. Im .y *" .... and mrnrn made spwlk.-
hMM of Mrs. looks, following MOM !I. mr attic.M and kw MUO* .p.I.... tko 'fW a Mx sued to .kSUU > ...... t.-...
lloo for a tai dead U W knot tkoromi. NOTICE '! a.rd c..et,.... .abraeae tIao ,........
\ service. said OntllleOM ooiknoM the folhnriofSMeHkol .ntMlrtr ft., ooortoloM 'of BottlooM4 i dwerlbd p-vwt. I. the County, .. Uric,
I roontr to the Coutr .. Do*., of the pas kll Art of IMI. *ot Mi M'! ... S.M OrrtiriraU oBkrooK the (..4Inrhw ml riarU. toHl
Stato. of FtorM.. Last a.r.,, Nev.i or TIM Pint MotloMl Book I __ nooirtf .. fco Oowlrof Tram 14, n*. Pests UM CVl. ..... ,
I" ETAMCTLICAL LUTHERAN I It .UM M a Hi Mk .. Cor.1 n.kMiCootnr .f Ro.wstwd. M tM sky .# H.-aN.ad, Iteita. SUM of t.......... to-wttl Fk Book S. ,... If. ta S.rlkinTowMklo I.
: Club S... Part t, a ........ I....te at """"'" .. tIao Iwmts ....... Lot It. Blork C, Dear Farb. o Suk.Jx. II _It. Room <* KDoUHlIx .
;f St Jeha's-Redland: the, Rev. Plat Book .. POM We .. VM CRIMP. alga- the hsibw d ...._ N Its .o..o ., glow R ok S. r.ow f. hi tko Cow.tf IS .._ HUM 0. Iroi, ftttk .
'' ; of Duto Stabs of riorldo.Tk. tort kr Ik. presets D.etI.. '1.1.U. .1 .. DotoSuto of ......... > D>4>, SUTk a .. ''''' -
Geo. I I/ Polh pastor. Sunday. tonommt .. oau roportir'' MowMOTM .. harked Statute M .. TM .a.-.pmt of .... ..-ttr essay .55rev t of '.W >n ..MIk ::.,. '
r school each Sunday .t-t. a. TO."- mrtiflnw how *M ta UM MM SwtlM, II W the Federal R.,r.i Aft, tae ale -anfkoto bad no in 1M Dwain.f sad nrlUlnto trod WM ta Ike sow e
oft OflM H LKC.U :.- aa..dd. lull MM N Jiilr 1.''''. i iSr ." : UI'IIIWWH.' I ol AbUKRT R. TBABKLL.UaliM .
Englishtervic on second Sunday .|OM MMrtkoogfct artlnrage shall. be .......- order of the' ...H ., 1N_ Gals ..oldtUkata Nssn. be radleedwardM o>kl omlflMU oluO U noon*.
.of each month at f p. m.:.and German ee.ead/see to low. the P_ d-.ribs I. i. MU.ENDOH. c..hI.e.n .. ..... the 5'p..ty _...... I ol HOOT4IM to taw. lk> Brovorl* ba.r/h.
service-on'fourth"Sundoyatif will b. said .. tko Mrkort kkMor 40.0 5.1.. 34)i tha.ge wilt be.ebd UP 1M 01.0.5 _\lot Ikiiilo. wMI W said .. ,*. kteovr -
It tk Court-koto doer oo tht tint M..- it tki Court.k uo. dear oo UM flrol Moo .. Ik* C.art.bmem 4ow .. the ftrrtI
p. m. day ta UM Moolk of D.e.aher. I.M, wkkkUM NOTKI Of APPLICATION FOB TAI far M UM MOKtk of nn.i>.r. IMS, wkkkk : BlMMtor <. tko ov lk tt ttaomkor IIM,
10 1U day .. _..., IMS.DM Dlan ... tlk day of __. INS.Ootol vkkk k UM Tlk day t Doomkor i.l i. .
METHODIST EnSCOPAL *. this Slot day of OrMvr. 'Ills.E. (Sam" loin N' *. ISItKOTICB This Slot day of OrMM. IMS.E. I DaIaI..1' of (lrl.*.r. MM.
r .. LRATRtRMAKCWrk IS HKBFBY GIVEN tad R. LEATHERHANOF E. a. LRATHLRMAN
ISI I of Ctmtt J. T. CkriMtaMm holder ft SUM u4 of drnll Con*. Clark of Clrr.lt c4mt.
narida Oty CMnmulty' Church Ooo O>wt7, Fbrai! 3nt Tau Cert"..... N.. IMS bard.I .. :... ,. rtarUmClmH !l (loo> c.-". PurbCIrnM
.;-the Rev, C. .0. Nelson pastor.W&4tgpgtr'g CtmH COOK: oMl ,*. Ilk day uf Asset. A. D. IH. hu fll. Cwrl fcolBr : Court BwlBTrRRKTT
f.aft!:.. I t4 ...a I* ms t:. ) .a. t'.I9tt prIIIthot iatsis t.ael ylkatl.m for ta>.. OR Mppyl"" *" (:". SS. Ml No*. S.lM RY7o3JrYt ..... M MM 4. IS)*..






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CUTRITE I SUNSWEETTENDERIZED
: WAX PAPER PRUNES
D fi
2 rolls ............... 15c I r 2 lb. pkg ...-..-.-.._ 22c

,
Gra'm EXCELL MEN= Soda EXCELL Crackers
'
r llb.pkg. ......13c FRI. AND,-,- SAT. SPECIALS I lb.pk g..__.._ 1 Oc


I I York Cooking Apples, 5 Ibs. 19c 1

Gold MedalFLOUR Rose Brand 2 tans Whole Grain Octagon Soap for
Condensed Milk .... 25e I RICE, 5 lbs--------- 25e POWDERS31g.pkgs..13c

5 lb. pkg. ...... 29c Maxwell House Coffee,lb.Z7e
Armour' 3 Diamonds Slice1PINEAPPLE
Roast Beef MILK (Any Brand) 3 ca s ZZc '.
Can .......... 18c ..N'o:1can15c' ; : '
Meal Grits Bulk 5 1s .
Armour's 'or J:9cKellogg' : AlTO" "*k -
Tomato Juice Fresh runetNo. !
24 01. can ..... 10cPOTATOES Com Flakes ......2.Pkrs.1 Bulk Brown Sugar ......4 25c Ibs. .V2 can....15c


I ( Extra Selected, 10 Ibs. 26c 1

Assorted Flavors KOSHER qt.jar Pint Bottle HilmarPeanut'Butt
JAM DILL PICKLES... 19c I CLOROX .......... 15c er.
2lb2 .jar ....... 25c Lipton's Tea Free Ice Tea Glass ZSe 1 Ib. glassy ..,119c
With '/4 lb.'pkg.
,No 2 QaiuTomatoes,
Red Chief or Top Hat Pancake Flour 3 pkgs. ,,
DOG FOOD Sir: SSe '
3 cans ........ 25c
Tall can ....d.. 5c
Apple Sauce fc"2i 3 for ZSe Chase &Sanborn
CHARCOAL COFFEE'lib.

1Jg.bag........ lOc Fancy Peanuts.3 25c Ibs. f Super Suds ........3.pkgs.25c .pkg. ...... 25c


I : ( SUGAR, bulk, 10 pounds only' 48"c ,

I Produce Department Meat Department: i

,
( Lettuce 5SS 2 for :lIe Steaks Round Swift's or Branded Sirloin,) lb| .Sc

Yellow Onions 4 Ibs. lOc: F From Local Farms, lb. .
ry ers Cut'up for Frinr. ., 2SC

Sweet Potatoes,5 Ibs.:17c Western FANCY' Chuck Roast :I8C POUND

STRING BEANS home grown,2 Ibs....... 15c
\I BREAKFAST BACON,Our own slice,lb....35c
BANANAS, (Golden Ripe) 3'lbs. ......... 13cTOMATOES DAISY CIIEESE, lb. .n.un.........? 23c

j.: ,fancy,home grown,H>. __..... 5c SAUSAGE MEAT,(Country Roll)lb. ...._.29c I

J CARROTS,large bunches,2 for..._.....15c BISCUITS, (bven-ready) can ........,? 10c


Country, Roll Butter ARMOUR CLOYERBLOOM1% lbo 37' (