The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00103
 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: December 18, 1936
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00103
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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BELIEVE IT ''I Barrels, Mange Boxes and Benefit !!PLANT COVER CROPS NOW ON i:

Show Saturd to Swell Xmas Cheer

I With barrel placed In ten Red-. buttons received from .U sources j
land District grocery stores to receive by the Christmas Cheer committee

BEAT donations of groceries and|j with will be the distributed aid of the Homestead Christmas Fu-Eve FEDERAL BENEFITS
TO. I BIG 1937
14 decorated cigar boxes with slots}I tui* Farmer and.Boy Scouts and ii iiI iiOnl !
In their tops distributed to strategic their trucks George Wakefteld.

--- places to receive caah donation,, chairman CIt the committee, said I -
:. ; I last night. At th* cam time toy
"t Prizes Offered the Redland District Christmas recohditionedby Homestead 1935 Taxes Can To Be Several Times as ;

o "' xir Odd-Sized Cheer committee today and tomorrow firemen the Chief worker el where Be Paid at 40 Mill Rate Big as This Year'sin
wiU concentrate Ito is R. E. Sherard, senior fire truck
tables energy and the energy of the driver, will be distributed along The 40 mill rate at which city Some sTAKE

I Homestead troop of Ctrl Scout on with the basket ef fool and taxes may be paid through the '
Clothing. Mr. said
selling ticket to the midnight yesterday withdrawal of a bondholder's suit
TO REACII $ moving picture show to be given that.toy would be acceptedat |:i for i 7S mill rate applies only FOR f936 PAYMENTSFinal
'it at the Seminole Theatre Saturday I the fia*"iUtkm up to noon !Ito the year 1931 and not to both

Premiums for the benefit of the Christmas, Dec. M ;: 1935 and 1930 it was emphasized Step Before Check:
Cheer fund. The Christmas Cheer committee at the city hall this week.
Exhibits in Are Made Out Starts
The Girl Scouts wilt 'tog acll.III made up of representatives of The taxes payable al the 4 -ml1l| e
Class person who buys a ticket rct'I various ciyjf organigUons a* fol- I raW became! duo In November, Next Week C CAlf"th
j- ..> --:- ,.. tact him from .sohcibtlon towt: Grfffge\ WakeWeld, Paul 1933. but immediately afterward ----r
.* |A 4'Bell.ve' It of l Tickets will be 'inl1l! dlao'aA the,6 RU: 1 BojLCnsndler, RO.W&ulJT. .the council watterved with a writ '. l for soil oon-
exhibit will be a Dixie Drug Store, Brawn's Phar- : a flrby, Dr. B. E. of mandamus to raise the rate 0 j -rVa\Iari'f ti 10 x.M.Cg .
of the 1937 Dade macy and the box office of the I Gatlin and A. D. Smith, Lion mills to take care ot specific: levies ty growers bat been set up worksheets
Fair, to be held In theatre. i I Club; Mrs. J. W. English, Homestead for bond interest and principal made up and filed by the
22-27, it was revealed Baskets filled with the contrl- P.-T. A.; Mrs Harry D. i, payments. The tax roll was tied grower, map made. of farms and
In an announcement of Wolfe and Mr*. Annie Butler, Wo- ; UP In litigation ever since until grove, and dieck-up completedand
which. will be awarded man's Club of Homestead; Miss I last week when the city attorney, -- next week County Agent
table exhibit GLASS SMASHING Pearl Whitaker and Miss MaryBradley I IIra J. Haycock, announced that C. H. Steffanl will tart taking applications
'Eligible' for the I Junior Woman's Club of I an agreement had been reached I for payment, the last
Not",exhibit will be :,, Homestead; Mrs Jane NeeWt, I with attorneys for the bondholders step necessary before' the check
and freakish specimens 2U8'I, BURGLAR GIVEN public health service nurse. ,I to refrain from enforcing the mandamus for participation In the 1936 program
table common to this : Acting Mayor Tom Harris has begin coming in from Washington -
rare vegetables JAIL Issued the following proclamation :' .
rious places and 11YEARSJN In support of the Christmas Cheer I The checks: will be sent out from
section. First prize committee's: efforts: BETTER FRUIT Washington during January and

$5, second prize, $3, Negro Caught Saturday WHEREAS, the civic clubs of February, Mr. SteffaaU said. Two
prize, $2.Gash Homestead and the RedlAnd Din : PARLEYSLATEDATLAKEALFRED hundred sixty grower, representing -
prizes to be on 4 Counts trict art endeavoring to assist the! 40 per cent of the cvltuatod
hlbltors will total $ Wednesday needy of the'area to enjoy some 1 acreage In Dade County have mad;
trophies and other -- measure of Christmas cheer, out work sheet to show that they

an additional value of I,, After pleading guilty to breakIng "AND WHEREAS, these civic have qualified for soil conscn Ilion
Other premium and entering four Homestead ,, clubs are placing collection boxe I payments by planting cover croplland
the fair manager for business buildings, William Roscoe in stores throughout the area and I Dr. Ruehle and Other Specialists ploughing them under in accordance

exhibit Individual are as farm follows: Bostick, negro, received four sentences 'I barrels have been placed In grocery :, on Program with regulation it
totaling 11 years in jail In store for the collection of: forth in the program
$10.00; second, $5.00; the Criminal Court of Record at Next TuesdayA I
All entries must have food supplied, I Ii I The 1937 loll conacnvotlon program -
Miami Wednesday. will provide far sub 'fan-
duced on farm of I'i "AND WHEREAS, the 19S6
current Bostlck was caught following a Christmas Cheer committee I* presenting [ better fruit conference for tlally increased benefit payment*.
Individual year. three-hour search: early Saturdaymorning I benefit midnight show packing house managers, grove to those who practice the congerK
75 after he had escaped from !! at the Seminole Theatre caretakers and production man-i vation rule laid down In the program -
second, $
$100; ; the Redland Motors building by I Mr. Strffnnl said, and ha
In this class are listed ( "NOW THEREFORE, I, Tom J. alert will be held at Lake Alfred ,
pushing out a plate glass window in Harris of the next Tuesday with Dr. A. T. Camp, suggested that any farmer not new
acting City
of vegetable mayor
the front when he was surprised by I ef Ms land
of Homestead do proclaim I horticulturist In charge of the Citrus farming any part customarily
Prize of $1.00 hereby
Jack Polk Geo. Chlnners and J. Experiment Station at Lake farmed plant It to cover
Saturday December 19, 1938,
awarded for the largest
of twenty listed W. Lowery In the act of opening CHRISTMAS CHEER DAY and I Alfred, as chairman.At I I cropllnnd qualify for participation
the safe of the Ford agency. He I all the morning session to be held in the 1937 program. Good leguminous
urge that person who possiblyran
had entered the building I by forcing In the Lake Alfred Woman's Club cover crop for the win-
do In making this
1 so Join a
TIR'EATIIJ: open (window in the rear of he said white
successful event by their generous building from 0 until 12.15, the ter, are yellow or
ORkisi wsUw em'si d the garage. sweet clover, Austrian winter
__ contribution conference will be opened with Introductory peas
aa.ltatlo.: I
Bostick was found under a house remarks by Earl Hartof and vetch
ale Iaxl 11111 on S. W. Second avenue by Pa- "Signed) Tom J. Harris the Florida Citrus commission. Questioned a* to how much of
DPe. 11 _..:... 51 trolman W. H Sylces, who con Acting :Mayor." Discussions will be conducted as an increase there would be In the
Dee. 12 NN188 I U ducted the search assisted. by a -- follows: 1937 conseratlon payments, the
Dee. 13 -1 I 82 80 \ group of local men. In a confession Daylight Robber Bound "Relative Importance of Various county agent said he had no knowledge
Dee, If 83 I 82 the negro said that Just Grade Lowering Factors," E. F. of definite amounts set but,
Dee. 15 ____ 8f 83 before going to Redland Motors, Over to Criminal Court I DeBusk and W. L. Thompson; for Instance it was expfctodd the
Dee. 18 .___ 12 g3 1 he had entered the Grantham I "Scab and W.. 1937 allowance average for tomato -
Dee. 17 _--.1 'IS 51 \ (Continued on Page Eight) I Olin Register, white, who A. Kunts; ":a'"a'I'I land withheld from cultivation -
fessed to the daylight a:1: Control" W. L. Thompson; "Rust and planted to cover crop
Modernization Project Turns Former i and entering of the homes of Jim Mites and Spiders" Ralph Miller; would be several time the allowance
I i my Langarettl and Ray Ruyburn "Use of Zinc and Copper Spray for of $6,90 an acre made for till

Movie Theatre Here Into Hotel Rooms in Florida City, was bound over to Nutritional Diseases. ," A. F Camp; year.
I the Criminal Court of Record by "Exhibition of Grade Lowering "Any farmer who leave a*much
-- Justice of the Peace Sid L. Ken- Factors' E. F. DeBusk, W. L. a* IS per cent of his customarily
Completion of a remodeling and picture theatre. This was con- drick at a preliminary hearing lost Thompaon and W. A. Kuntz; "Re- farmed acreage out of cultivation
night. (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Six)
modernization program at the verted Into two floors of hotel
room matching those of the front Register went Into the Langarettl -
Seminole Hotel this week made

26 spick and span room, each with part stairway of the that building.formerly An enclosed divided i pair home of shoe on Dec and a 13 hat and which stole he a I Allen Trees Fox as Hounds Lag Behind, I

private or connecting bath, available the dining room from the lounge, later sold to Joe Scales of Florida Doc Untrees Him Skunk Docs His Stuff
to relieve the transient orseasonal and had Its entrance at the front' City. He stole I clock from the I ;
Rayburn home on Sunday and sold ,
door of the
housing shortage InHomestead. building, wa removed -,
and this give a spaciousness it to Mr John Rohrer. Juddge Wayne Allen of Dade the sapling, got the fox by UM
to the lounge. Partition were removed i 'H* Wall arrested Sunday by Wm. scruff of the neck and brought himto
la addition It give the hotel a to the J. Geronimo, town marshal of County court of crime wa guest
enlarge dining room. I earth to give the unschooled
much enlarged lounge, furnished The dining room and lounge are, Florida City. of honor Wednesday night at one pupa of the pack a lesson.
for separated now by four French of those Redland District fox hunt:
the solid comfort of its guest, Henry Woodward wa* a memberof
a larger, brighter, more Inviting door They can be thrown together I in which: automobile*) are used Instead the party until he went In
dining room and a modernized a* one room by opening Do Leader-Enterprise of hone to follow the baying search of his dog*'that bad gone
front. : these door Want Ads Pay hounds along the oiled roads astray. When he found them with
Mr*. Gusiie Joiner, proprietorof Rug on the lounge floor match I I Editor te..E..rprtMly. that checkerboard the Redland skunk at bay, he decided the
the hotel who during the modernization 1 those of the dining room. The floor District every halt or quarter mile. beat thing for the party was for
process worked ,.shard themselves have been sanded and ... taster must be a tint The fox, one of the over abundant him to take Ms pete home.
Class adverUain nedian. The
or harder than any ef the refinished, and the two room f first person who; called to see offspring of the red foxes turned H. R. Brown, the barber of
workmen, is a, "tired but happy" gleam with new paint and varnish.A ehfckett I advertised bit week ;loose In South Dade ton yean ago, Homestead organized the hunt.
womaa i clean, wholesome, homelike atmosphere taught them.Yews. 'was routed out by a pack of 32 Other members of the party Included
The rear half of the Seminole pervades every room. In truly.William. dogs, and treed by C. M. Allen of Henry "Bvhrenc Fred Redd,
Hotel building previously was taken addition to the private bath rooms Dunlop Homestead whose shout to the Paul Beam W. Y. Bush W T Me-
up with an auditorium and halt of which have tub and halt P. ft Aitctker *4 herewith I still-distant dogs scared the fox Connelt. Lawrence Pope, Walter
stag which in the pioneer daysOf ]I showers there are two public wash two bsisr Into a pin sapling. Dr. J A.Smith. Moody, Twtgg Otvls. W. M Don
Homestead served a* a moving I (Continued on Page Four) I veteran fox hunter, climbed I berty and Emmrr'tt Doubcrly


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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 18. 1936
THE STANDINGS sentenced to pay five dollars or I school building at 7 o'clock Tues
EDISONBOWSTO Team W L Vet. IMPROVING MS. : serve six days In jail and Hubert day evening, and the Intermediates
\ Jeffrey Realtors ._4 0 1000 McKay was sentenced to pay a $10 I will have a tree In the same placeat
IIOMFSTEAD.IIIPOWER WlOD-News _._ 3 0 1000 TEAM TROUNCES fine or serve ten dayi In Jail oa 7:30: Saturday evening.Crystalized ;.
Walton. Nuraerte: *' J J .WO : reckless driving charges The
MeT Triangles _. 1 3 ..!50 McKay jail sentenot was suspended -
HOUSE Dunn Bus ---... 1 3 .250 REDLAND 29-19 .
Ooca Cola __._.. ._ 0 3 .000 Lula Mae Smith, Homestead regress Fruit
charged with being drunk round 75* Half Feud 49*
The green and white clad lads Redland High Defeats A fait Improving Homestead and disorderly was sentenced to
of Homestead High School power- Cage Team at Pompano High school basketball quad led pay five dollars or serve six days Mrs. Grant Mahan
Redland High School from the tint In jaiL Vest Bauer Drive
housed their way to a 30-28 victoryover
minute Friday night and by
the weak Miami Edison,HighS Redland High School's basketball 29-19 .. won
a icon. Bashor New Master
School basketball team on the team overpowered a green Led
by Captain Earl Smith, who
local court last night Pompano team Tuesday night: In cored 10 points, and pacedl.by _Of Masons at NaranjaD.
Edison was handicapped because Pompano to win by a 28-19 score. McDaniel,the moat improved player NEW PLAN
Its three key men. Tanner. forward The Pompano boys are well drilled on the squad, the Growers led E. Realtor was elected wor-
Lee, center and Hlse, guard, but lacked experience.The 8-4 at the end of the first quarter shipful master of the Naranja Ma- INSURESSAVINGS
f ire on the football squad and did Redland B team lost to the pulled away to a 17-11 lead at the sonic lodge at a meeting In the ,
{ not play.Homestead. Pompano B team 19-13. half added more for a 24-13 third hall last week. W. R Owens and .

outplayed Edison until quarter lead and eased up In the I: Henry Behrens were re-elected '
the final quarter when the Mitt Leaky Defense Costs final quarter ['treasurer and secretary respec- ', '. .
1 ami lads cut the locals lead In half. II.ILS. Game With Beach Luben Greenwood, tftuky forward | lively Other officers elected
were; Joe Hlckson, senior warden, Thrift Accounts up to $5,000
the Red-
3 Sullivan and McDaniel led the l was outstanding
Homestead scoring with 8 point A leaky: defense, which allowed land player, with ten points. Graham [1, and A. M. Davis, junior warden. now doubly protected
Installation of officers will beheld
each Wunder acoredd 8 points Drury, ace Miami Beach basketball and Campbell played well
\ f I jointly with the Homestead .
for Edison. player to score IS points, cost defensively
Masonic lodge In the I. O O F
y The score at the end of the first Homestead High School a basket I hall in Homestead Dec 30. 'j Four funds, which we Invest In
quarter showed a 12-1 lead for ball game Tuesday night on the Traffic Violators Get I farther
; ---- ------ -- first mortgages are now
Homestead, the half ended with local court Homestead lost, 30-27 Fines in Police Court Santa to Visit; Baptist I protected by Federal Insurance
)} Homestead on the long end of I The locals jumped into an 1-3 I
19-7 score and the third quarter lead In the first quarter but were Traffic violations comprised the Church Wednesday Night against loss up to $5,000Result

finished with Homestead leading held to one point In the second major portion of the Monday night I The Christmas program of the : Safety, plus Income,
28-1%. quarter while Drury and hit teammates municipal court conducted by Homestead Baptist Sunday School I
were running wild to score Acting Mayor Tom J. Harris this will be held on Wednesday evening -
IS points. Homestead outplayed I
week. at 7:30.There: ''
the Beachmen in the last quarterbut Hugh Olsen and E ht."- Barnes win be a program-of red-*' First F.ederal'.8avints ........
WALTON COMES; lacked the to I
pressure win. were sentenced to pay' five dollars tattoo and Christmas songs after & Loan Association'
Stroter and Balda well
played or serve six days In jail on charges which Santa Claus will appear.
: : FRO IBEllINDTOEATDUNN4741 for Miami Beach and Bishop, of reckless driving Billy Arthur : Mrs. Fred Redd has charge of theprolll'am. ef Homestead
Smith and McDanlel were outstanding .
received a similar sentence on a
Cbas. B. Turner, Manager
for Homestead.The
speeding carge. The Junior B. Y. P. U. will have
Miami Beach B team won Sherman Mitchell, negro, was : a Christmas tree in the Sunday
from the Homestead B team 20-7.

\ A fighting Walton Nurseries Sanford Man to PreachAt 1 -

basketball team came from behind St. John's on SundayThe I
to win a 47-41 game from Dunn
Bus of Miami in a Florida Eart Rev. Milton B. Sackett of I I
I Coast League game In the YMCA Sanford will hold a service at 111 ,
In Miami Wednesday night a. m. In the St. John's 'I [ 'FORD

Much Improved with the addition Church and, will EPlIcopal'1
of Tea Ridge" Day, jump. an evening service at
I Ing-jnck center from Illinois, the learned yesterday '
Nurserymen started plays to clickIng Mr. Sackett, who Is married and!
; for the first time this season. has two children will arrive Sat
urday. He has been out of the I I
Saab, Dunn Bus forward led

the night's scoring with 18 points. health ministry but for recently a year substituted because: of ill at I advances into 1937 with the !

I played This was in the the league last game until to Jan.be the Mr.West Sackett Palm Beach may remain Church. to I II Ii I

I when Walton will play the YM- II
serve aa pastor
CA Triangles In Homeitead TIle I I I
team will be further Improved by I I "M*, do you think it right to I'
that time with the addition of leave your wife at the washtub
Edw. Brooker, who since graduation while you apend your time fishing ion, PRICE IN YEARS !1

I from Homestead High SchoolIn I
1(31, has been an outstandingplayer "01\, ysssuh, man wife doan
In local Independent basketball need no watchln'. She wuk lee aj I
circles. hard aa ifn Ah wuz deie"-Ex.

and new operating economy ,


GENERAL HARDWARE THB ADDITION of a new 60-horsrpower fTfs.trii' an entirely now standard of

Phone 516-M Homestead, engine to the Ford line for 1937 brings modern motoring t'C'onom,1 I

} you a new, low price and gives yon a The "60" engine, available in five

choice of two V-type S-cyliniler enbody types i
,inel. 85 horsepower for maximum body size and wheelbase-to the same

II performance. 60 horsepower for maximum advanced design-with the same com

economy. fort and convenience aa the"85." And

The 60-honepower V-8 engine was it delivers V-8 smoothness speeds up :

I, originally/ developed for use in England to 70 miles an hour. I II'

and France, where fuel coats are Two engine sites-bat only nnn car ::1

I', high. It has been proven there for two one purpose",:" to give you more ''

f r e years.with brilliant success,. t fji 5gjv miles and more satisfaction foe: ':4

Now, brought to America, it ';.\EiL 23j) Tour money in 1937. :II

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6, f (. Norge is built ease trouble-fr to stay a AND Hoadlamps .. feeder ap_ Modern 1 d..I lid.. I 1 1I' I

I I trouble-Gus. The Rollator Cold-making I II 480 At Dou6ori type hood.. Larger luggage ........ New totenon. I
Slanting V-gps eisekield.j i
I J I mechanism la built to roll forever forward 'Iul
y. in a cycle o(cumulative power. Not opens j -EMy-ArtloB tIrapeEdarsw
ib' of steel
[up a new world of limited current and unlimited i !I Tenet Wlwry and Handling! au.,7." Cable and conduit control. About II "
; I cold.Set the Norge before you buys Spas The sad Aceworiw Additional M.
|.,:rA1.I."OYIIiUn OKItlNATCD I Ij e .BODY- ato L t... si.W&>ot sad !I
I j n IIOJGI-HMp originates tkt fees {ram welded Into a single sled sans
AUTHOMZID FORD tHMNO KAMI Safety UM throughout at BO extra cbarg
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ayes mum .e./ fn I
f'IIDI' for she hugtit *WM.nesi I' $25 A WMTK .*... ...l ...., I _b co.FORT AND QUIET "I
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laM gausses...assnaaaw.semis en-n w..t...... "we a.rr IT ininliirsfrtag n wuk HW SMMV I
SM ease aver SUMWS event SMUT .... Few pass a.rr ea..e ... w sew lubriottMO. Nm nwtbods of Howling ,
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Friday. December 18. 1936 THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Paw Three

;1, W. C. T.! U. Public Speaking Contests I II

Sponsored by Ministerial Alliance I


The Redland District Ministerial;: ', tend an invitation to E. E. Stanley t" I

"fI ,AMoclttIon, meeting Monday at Jones of India who if visiting la Id
5if the home of the Rev and Mr*. H. !
; Lakeland, to speak in a church In
...;r.i: P Cowan in Silver P lm, decided the districtIt
'.: Jo conduct the Woman' Christian
: temperance Union public (peakIng was decided to hold the next
contests In the various churchesof meeting of the association Jan. 11 II
the district before Feb. 1 and to In the Sunday )} rooms of the Sale at Herman'sOpposite
it have the winners' contest on Feb. First Baptist Qiurrtiod to invite ,
"Jf 11 the members of the otficraUMMrds
1F The committee on abolishment and their. wives It win' '9 .

i'ro' t>t liquor in the state of Florida was' pot-luck luncheon meeting. City Hall

(. faked to meet with the Miami Mm-i Those present at the meeting
i teterfal Association on Jan. 4. The I Monday were: the Rev. and Mrs
Committee It composed of the Rev.I Barley Core, the Rev. and Mrs HoseOur
.;: A. A. Koestline the Rev. C. N. J. W. Porte the Key and Mrs J.I
Walker, the Rev. C H Condon Dr. H Stroud, the Rev and Mrs A M i
I* C Shanklln and the Rev. C. O Vivian, Dr and Mrs Shanklln i Mr I
'''a'' Nelson and Mrs Deuel, Mr. and Mrs I Our store is: full of new (boxed)

:,.. The Rev. L. O Adams the Rev. Koestllne. Mr. and Mrs. Adams. !,,
,f; Ceo ... Deuel and Mr. Walker the Rev. Edith T. Warren 3 for
( were appointed to study the proposed Mr. and Mrs Wm. Dunlop, Mn.1 and useful merchandise pairs ;
''ctj;, state school code and suggest H. J. Armstrong, and Miss Lillian 1

any changes deemed advisable i Porte, Mr. Walker, C. O Nelson that will make nice gift 52.45
the Rev. E. L. Nelson, Mr. and
Mr. Koestllne was asked to ex- l Mrs. Cowan. I
items for Christmas. ;

ness done by the associations had
GROWING FAVOR shown a substantial increase In I See our windows and vis- r
each of the three yean they have Slips ,
FOR PRODUCTION operated, Mr. Feaster told. He Gowns
the fact that these It store :
.. : stressed production our
associations do not
ore 1t.
1 CREDIT JjBOUPS lend governmenc''nloney.* The Dance

funds loaned he said are Obtained Sets! ofWe
'tf through.tM co-operation the t
'T. A. Feaster Returns members of the association in Joining -

i From Orlando Convention together to. build up a substantial to
local Institution that endorses -
.. of Directors and guarantees the loans of S2.45
each member who borrows.
H A growing appreciation of the Problem of common interest to
t q short term credit facilities oUerj discussed at i
the associations were;
ed by productldn credit associations the meeting in Orlando. Mr. AND I F
was reported at a group Feaster said the co-operative farm Wes'BUCKLE
meeting of boards of directors of units are carrying on their leading SET
several of these associations held i
activities with a minimum of expense ,
j at Orlando December t and 10, according and a maximum of service
to T. A. Feaster of Homestead I
who attended the meeting as to borrowers I Coats I
a member of the board of directors
of the Miami Production Credit 'When In need ef tint class Job
Association printing phone S for estimate. We I
patronage. The
appreciate your
Present at the Orlando meetingwere .
Leader Enterprise. TIES
directors of the Bradenton, I
Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando Citrus 01 Boxed
. Plant City and Sanford associations '
: Representatives othe All You Want 75c Y Sale
Production Credit Corporation ofColumbia
S. C, and the Farm 1 to Eat Price
Credit Administration of Columbia i

also! attendedReports I 50cOur plain or initialed

by the grower-directors 75c to $1.25
attending the Orlando conference $6.95
family style meals are
indicated that the volume of busl-
I i served with home folks especially -

I ShirtsMake 1

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX II Ton serve yourself from s n ;

(...*!.DKKI Bill N*. 1(1) heaped up platters of meat andstnerous Useful .
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN tint R. D. a variety'of: vegetable,
IH holder of BUM ... County Tu CM
J! tlfbat No. U t* Mad the 71* day of cooked feed old southern style. Gifts.

,1 co"AnnM.... .A... D.how IMS......kM. application IM oast U for WOBbraMO .. Dessert and teed tea or coffee Largest Stock orLADIES'
'''' tau d.d to he Youth '_n. Paid Con / SHOES
1 tl'l..w Uw followimto dmeribrdp cost nothing extra.
: Ik* county .1 Ja4o, store cot ARROW in town
of NTHatTownship Chicken Dinner $1.00
, 6= 11, : :'t: RangeisEA. SHIRTS
'." .*. to.uinua a Aunt sums w r
" 100% in 1M CeMo.tp; .f Dodos star.f I
i Plorld*. SEMINOLE HOTEL $2.00 $1.95F
TIM of rid nods
MM m it 9nwrty

of MRS.. .DOBOTHT.i rrtiftraw LYANB.Uala. ....u..M. r..... DINING ROOM I Others and '
. d .ee.rUna eo .... tin totaawttr "I
..db.d therein will Mudd .. the high
w .... -00-_. .a o.. ... Mr ;Go leJWr. rroatfetet. 95c
tint Moody ta UM south of Jury 52.45
.1 I It
.oil Its lq7', which II tin 450 day of ,...."

Dat.d thin and *n>f D..ab..3a5e.E. $1.19
of Clmlt Com. U15
Dada County, Florid. i MEN'S PAJAMAS
!I4i Orwell Court B>ol
, By N 0 BTCRRErr 0 C t
T (Due 4. 11. IS SI) \

: "ghe'j.e SHOESSHOES

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MONKEY EUGENE Permanent Sale r

JUNGLE Soft,'tolling w.vts.bund.: Price 5,

IN THE U.S.Ilaialin ..., lasting curli-(hat'i the
: a.t of s permanent rte wuc.
Drive weal [{ th.t'i the kind we give $1.95 $1.19

, .t Nan" Road *e do genuine! Euioe
I.. ,with! genuine! Engine up
ADMISSION 100 I lee"mI"' row .. $1.95

for ih* season, wA ass
uoxJuUtlont i and ,stew Agents for W. L. Douglas Shoes. $2.15

j tacaaad-acekpgris. r
f I
W. Maxwell SmithINSURANCE
t Bush's Barber Shop HERMAN'SOpposite

'i' FIRtV" AITO STORM AND UPI. &Beauty Parlor( j
I '
Phase MaktOfftM Hall
City Homestead
i: tsi McCnry Arcade Min; LUMe Brewav; operate
l .i ij..14", < '** Illll IXUKaHil. .

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE m f= LCD IDl4r 411 liULI,A HM 6 II stairs come from Hot the water tank In abundance located lathe I

laundry room In a building at
i mulshed Friday at Ifoattri. *-
the of the hotel The j
rear equip.
f FU by the South' Dade
Publishing Co. ment of the laundry includes a big
electric washer and a mangle j
Mrs Joiner hat not allowed the
PEN) ,ARCHER __ _._. __ Editor
modernisation program to take in I
the "eat all you want" meal I
, Entered a* aeen4 elm sears which she
serves family style In
utter March I, Hit. at the peel the dining room of the hotel The
1 stiles at "_wa4. Florida, under platters of meat, the dishes ot
th* act *f March t, 117*. w art 1'Pi chicken and vegetables In sbund-

I I ance are still put on the table, and
BUB. PRICE arM A TEAR fIRLQ uAr the diner help himself a* many
I times a* he want to-without to*
creasing the price of the meal
, Florida ChristmasBy
es Mrs Joiner, who has been prom- I
Inent In civic and fraternal circle
1 Marr Ferrell Dickinson In Homestead fine the town was j
I that Christmas la this
thought in It clothe
J iwadllng extend
Und Wl
an Invitation to home people as
i Of palm and summer tea well as the traveling public to Inspect
Would be a flat Insipid thing
the newly remodeled Semi
Without the
nole HoteLBETIER
white stelghbells and roaring yy, 1r
hearth ? .
And snowy Christmas tree. y FRUIT

But the mockingbird waked meat
dawn (Continued from Page 1)

With their lovely litany lotion of Oil Spray to Coloring
And I aw the Star a iky-hung Room Practice," J. R. Winston
l r Sign, Taking the Story of the GradingBelt
That dipped to meet the tea, Back to the Producer," E 1'.
I And laden with IU orangegoldI -.-. a DeBusk.Dr. .

( had a Christmas tree" r ...-..._-:...._", ..",_..._---- -. ... George Reuhle, pathologistof
\ n' the Subtropical Experiment
I Station at Homestead In company
: : Jobless Girls with W. a Tlsdal andd H. J:.
Steven will conduct I demonstration -
J The National Youth Administration
In proper and Improper application
la arranging for fifty forest
f Camps for 8,000 jobless (Iris. Seven of copper sprays on the
I afternoon which will take
.( these; camps have already been program
f place at the Lake Alfred
established and locatedIn I
they are
station from t to .:111.
South Carolina, Kansas, Illinois,
Other demonstrations scheduledare
I Minnesota, Idaho, and Mew
Mex-I i : Identification of seal and
ko. Camps may be
; whltefly R. Watson and
; proper
vacant school buildings, summer
I Improper application of oil sprays,
hotel and in abandoned camps
1. and barracks. Girls selected for W. L. Thompson; friendly fungi
E. W. Berger, identification of
/ the camps must be "In need and I
rust mites W. W. Yethers
between 18 and 25 years Old. They ; proper
and Improper application of sulphur -
their subsistence NYA
will cam on
projects and receive five dollars sprays and dusts, Herbert
Spencer and Ralph Miller, Identification .
monthly In cash for personal
I WM of scab and tnelanese, W.
needs. -
I A. J1untz.
The plan was developed m the .
County Agent C. H.:Steffan aid'
I state of New York and sponsored M yesterday that If packing housemen
i I by Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt wad and grove men who would
Secretary of Labor France Per like to attend the citrus conferenceat
fcias. 1n j,< Lab Alfred Tuesday will leave
their name at either his Homesteador
/ Miami office, he will be glad to
Milk and Sweets
aid in making up automobile
: 1BI5 parties for the trip. .
"Cat between meals-Iff good
for your health,"
That Is the recommendation of not I : !
tried :
Dr. H. W. Haggard, Yale University I
physiologist For ten years I tilled ,
Dr. Haggard has been feeding Industrial I I

workers between-meal: what I I Supply I Inc.I
lunches In which milk was themajor I did '
food It.nH.. found that head. I : ,
workers who ate frequently during meat
the day worked more and with
lect to
greater enthusiasm and less fatigue -I for my EVENINGS' STOnE
" than those who did not partake I I

of such lunches I IIIIIn I I I
:f His Interest In reviving exhausted -! .
'f s athletes by Injecting sugar Into I, .
, their blood started Dr. Haggard upon 20
( the broader study of supplementary -
'; feeding. lie evolved the I '

11-1 principle the of collapsing proper feeding of! football to prevent IIII lI' : ( line of fine

;it players and sprinters and then applied Dec
.' the principle to Industry to -"Rev I t s, shoes I dry goods,
\\j prevent fatigue and Increase efficiency new

'I among factory worker -'W.at implements I. and

i I: I have loved to feel the grass Trapp I
under my ft and the running are :
streams by my side Th hum of tree I
I'1 the wind In the tree tops has al- -"Mr*
wayi been music to it*. *nd the :
race of the fields has often com two low and it will be a
I forted me moro than the faces of : .
{ men. I am is loft with this world j the I'

because b.I1\1.-Wut-.. going you at.any and all
\ twitted lovingly In It. It ha beenmy -" .
I home. It bat been my pointI for the

I, lookout In the UN......*. I hav a"' I

Our l>>Perfect Optometric .

Service- Will !I .:

'C : "

Dr. Neuenschwander 36 \ Supply, Inc. '-J.


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Friday, December lS, 1936 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five
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t Dent, Kathleen Jackson Wanda On Thursday afternoon Girl Airs.\ Janie McLean Is

The Redland l Rattler'By Miller, Dorothy PoppelL 1 Scout Troop known as Brownies Now Bonded Florist .
hiked from Redtand School to the
I Second grade: high, Edward,
home of their feeder, Miss Ruth
r SRIELET BARENESS Pye, Betty Lott Margaret Gaby, Murray. The meeting was in the Mrs. Janle McLean, proprietorof
r .. .. Barbara Robinson. Virginia Wallace the Homestead Flower Gardens
form of Christmas After
Ruth Engle, Grace Burry,: a party. } has Joined the national organization ;
HONOR ROLL tKufeldt, Elvira Burry, Betty Pye,,I Sally Lou Bryant W. A. Kennedy, their long hike ref hmefttl were Florists Telegraph Delivery 4,
Twelfth grade: high Carlotta:: Jack Marshall, Charles Sweeting Margaret Brokaw, Dorothy Davis served and gifts exchanged. Service. This means that she Is "., "
Ames, Ronald Kerfoot; low, MaryDi Vida Clark, Frieda dark, Frieda Sarah Vlhlen; low, Athol Smith, now a bonded florist and Is ready '.
NaUle Gwendolyn Campbell Engel, Betty Gutteridge Vera Helen Bossols, Elmer Sisk. i Students of the art department to order flowers by wire for delivery -
Seraflna Orlflcl, Mary Fisher, Sage; tow, Willie Vick. Frank Ori- supervised by Miss Kathryn Cart, In any part ot the country. ,
Mary Chalker, Mount Dennett fict, Margery Murray, Taye Camp First grade: high: Andy Benson,! are making some very attractive I Mrs. McLean started her flower
Olun Walker, Lure Ann Hodges, Christmas cards.
bell, Kirsteen TorbwL
Eleventh grade: high Margaret Ray Knaus, Edmund Wright,Ver gardens about seven years ago and
Albright. Betty Blake Mary Ann Fifth grade: high, HertrjHey- Mae Anderson. Marilou Harris,I has now a well established trade.
Brown. Ethel Roberta, Mary Eleanor : nard, Webster Williams* |o Ruth Olive Knaus, Marie Kufeldt,' A Christmas party was given
Williams Cordon Cross, E. Mary Henlngton, Ann Shackle- Wednesday night for the Girl
Julia Ann Lee, Barbara Grafe; Florida City ProgramTo
,Graham, Elizabeth Halnlln, .T'I ford, Kathleen Wagner, Charles' low,Oulda Jones, Bobby Douberly Scouts who are expected to pass
ment Russell; low, Mildred: I Kelly, John McLa lhltn, Karl Walter Boyne, Carlos Gaby. the tenderfoot test this week. Be Given WednesdayThe
Mildred Craft, Vera Parker, Greer; low, Richard Prothero, Games were played and gifts were
Price,Jack Turner,Kenneth Haw- Johnnie Lee Andrews exchanged after which refreshments Sunday school of the Florida ,.\
., ken, Alice Sage, Amelia tart I Fourth grade: high, Phillip Ben The etemenalry grades presented were served. Among those' City Community Church will
t man, Beth Gautier. Don Lair, Louis Junior King the following Christmas program -I present were: Lydia Vlhlen. Ruth give its Christmas program Wednesday -
n, Clyde Henderson, Anna Mae son Donald, Gaby Verdie Cowman, In chapel Thursday: poem, Crawshaw, Colleen McVlcker, Lillian evening, and at the con
Rinehart Mary Thompson. > Searcy "What Is the Joy of Christmas?" Andrews, Jennie Sue Rogers clusion Santa Claus wU distribute
Ilkkson, Alice Kirk, Nell .
by Roy Knause; pantomine, "AwayIn and Lanelle Rogers, Alma gifts.
,: Tenth grade: high Emily Engel Lloyd; low Leonard Dent, eot- tram Mrs. Carla Hobson the
a Manger, by group Jane Lindgren, Joyce The program consists of
1 Margaret Griffin Alma Jane Lind- erley Burkhart, Evelyn Douber- Fletcher's room; poem. "Merry, mascot Betty Lou Harris, following numbers: "'i 4
Louise Yates low, Ruby Du Mond, J. S. Grif-
Joe Bill
J gren ; ley, "
Christmas three Aroma Corrine and 'I
Merry by girls Sorrel Josephine "Joy to the World", Congregation
/! Willis Basley. Ben Lillian Chubb,
tin Sage
Kelll Rudolph
BenlOn,1 from Mrs. Vihlen's room; "Christ Cash Mary Ann Brown, Welcome..beginners and Primary
Catherine Bell, Dan Hobson,Willetta Thompson
?V\ Carla Joy I
mas Carol" by group from Mrs. Mary Eleanor Williams, Jessie Class.
4 Ninth grade: high, Amma Sot4 Kathleen Campbell, Betty Russell's room; reading by Betty Anderson, and Lucille Driggers.Mrs. .1 Recitations ._ Beginners! Primary ;
tell Phyllis Bell Corrlne Cash.: Aldridge. Joy Lee of Miss Furry' room; J. M. Brown of Naranja assisted .: class.Pantomime. .
I Marie Nelli Wilma Thompson, Third grade high,William Newcomb play, "The Last Dolly," by Mrs. at the party. "I Think When I Read
t Merle January Lydia Vlhlen. Frank Shepard, Bruce Daniels' fourth grade; song "Deck That Sweet Story of Oid"Catherine .___. ,
Irene Jackson, Phyllis Jensen, Wagner, Emma Engel Bertha' the Hall with Holly- by Miss Mur Haven of Refute '_'__'___ Rohrer ".
Jaunlta Douberly Dough Bar- Flagg. Esther Kufeldt. Martha ray's pupils; three songs by Miss Small boy (on arrival at country Dialogue __._ Jetty Jo Delta, i'
cus Charles Burr, Billy Gautier, Luckey, Betty Lee, Charlotte Mur- Johnson's pupils; harmonica selections cottage): "Mummy, where III Joan Doxsee, Warrens Sevtry,
: low, Lillian Bennett, Valeria ray, Catherine Shackletord Bar- by Miss Kertoot's pupils anda the bathtub" I Alice Decino.
Campbell. Mark Borgardt Lanelle bara Soper Ann Stewart Lenora reading "Gifts They Need." by Mother: "There Isn't any bathtub -, Pantomime, "The Birth of OIriat"lunlore
Rogers Ilmeda: Roberts Gertrude Williams; low, Freeman Buford, Barbara Williams; reading, The dear." and Intermediates 'I
:, .. Greer, Claudia Connor Kathleen Ruth Wright.: James Campbell, Night Before Christmas," by Faye Small boy: "Good This Is goingto I Mrs. Jus. M. Dobbin, reader. '
Ross, Naomi Home Charles Behrens Jim- of Mrs. Carter's sixth be _.__ .
f Leon Edwards, Fred Jenkins, Campbell a real holiday. -Edinburgh Reading Mrs. J. R. Shepherd

r; Gilbert Often, Robert Riv- mle Ross, Lillian Bishop, Helen, grade._ .. Dispatch. Songs _.. Young people' class
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t' en.Eighth grade: high, Lillian Andrews .' IMmMMMHIMMIHHmmMIMMHIIIIIWIHMUIWUMIIIHMIHHIMIIIHmiWBEFORE: : "' '' : : ''''' : :: :;: '''" '' II !: :: : :: : : ::::1 : : :: I 11li" II

, \, Mary Engte. Henry Dixon,

. I"1 Harold Delaney, George Kufeldt, YOU DO YOUR SHOPPING SEE OUR
John Brown. Jr.; low, Wnnds
Sickle Dorothy Aldndge Louis
Vrana Louis Pile, Graham Me-
Wonderful Assortment of
I Elray, Eugene Wrjght
Seventh grade: high Lela Ball,
Nellie Cash Jo NeUe Slagle. Jeanette j
Cox, King Clark Blair Hick Christmas Giftsj
j IOn; low, Bobble Simpson Marie
t Bashor, Mildred Reams, Wilma:
Rhude Eva: Rosborough, Mary
Jane,.:Turner, Jewel Hodge. Merle
Lott, 'Cherese Daniel, Cart Lmd-,
k.. gren H. A. Aman Myrtle CasonMarjorle LADIES' RONSON it EVANS

Sixth grade Fogle.:high John Benson,i COMB AND BRUSH SETS Large Assortmentof CIGARETTE LIGHTERS

Francis Prothero Adolph Lopes I $198 to $14.98PERFUME AND CASES
Barbara Williams, Bertha Rose-
borough Marina January Walter $1.50 to $6.75

7toml Larine, Cheramy, Yardley's LADIES' COMPACTS
KG **
$1.65 to $21MIEN'S
4Jc! to S8 s,



a Coty's, Houblgant's, Williams', Menncn's, NORRIS
tllf I Yardley, Peaudoux, McKeswn's, 980 to 51.50 .

Q it li ll I _. 98c to $7 O NUNNALLrSLADIES'

y o Q Q t 11 )lily1 I WRIST WATCHES

Fine Assortment of Stationery, Mickey Mouse ...-......_....... $195:
I Kodaks, Fountain Pens I WEEK-END BAGS Kekon ................ $3.95 to $555

';1I. $10 to $15'
I. Footballs, Tops, Christmas Tree Lights, A Large Assortment
IlectriC Airports, Tool Chests, Telephones. .
Buy Your Cigars

::1" Here. We Stock: All Brands FINE GIFTS FOR MOTHERWaffle
Stop., f" Irons, Toasters Electric Stoves,
Shirley Temple Chubby Peggy Jane, Pete MEN'S DRESSING AND Heating $adk., Percolators, Mastercrstt l

*WPatriciaSilts. the Pup MILITARY SETS Electric Mixers

A stock of Christmas
\ An Outside Rooms with SETS
tart Assertaaeat of Asitty aUUfeld and Package Dressings
Private BathCOOL 40ctoS2 rorutbeoklDon't

;,CLKAM. QUIT fail to get your FREE Assortment of

Omstoektag UstMnse BarTwo MANICURE SETS ticket for the radio we are giving Large

m i, Blocks to Shops 49e: to S6.75 away Xmas Eve at 9 p. m. CHRISTMAS CARDS

Theatre and Business


{ $L50siatle$2.50dool)!(: WALGREEN SYSTEM 11 n '[M l,

25 Yean Compounding Prescriptions
1, Special ruBlIr Weekly and

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Pare Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday December 18.1936

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GRAPEFRUIT TOGO December Ford Orders Nazarenes Given' Site That1 Different

Hints I Are Largest In History For Church Building UacLaughlin had Just proposed
to I to widow he had! met recently.

TO CANNERIES December dealer orders for "But I have nine children" she

A* the site fOr a new church informed him
1937 Ford V-8 truck and
commercial -
Housewives AS NEVER BEFORE cars for domestic use are the building, Mr*. Alfred Doye has "You deceived me" he stormed.

: largest In the history of the Ford deeded the lot at the northwest They're all working," the con

Motor Company, totaling 35,043 corner of N. W. First avenue and tinued.

.........."" .- Lakeland, Dee. ITMore Florida units It was announced at the First street to the trustees of the "Dearest!"-Wall Street JournaL
Homestead Church of the Nazarene -
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE grapefruit i* expected to move home office of the company
who plan to erect It in
The record December on
Into breaking
consumption through canning
IS JfEYBR "FINISHED"Treasure channels this season thin ever be- total Is credited to public acceptance the near future a concrete block LEGAL NOTICEIN

fore In the history; of the Industry, I of the new 60 horsepower I building vClnforced! with steel The
will contain both audlto"Tram THE CIRCUIT COURT or TUB
hunting In the attic according to figures compiled by I engine and other new features of bujldwig rucvKNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT or

has resulted in valuable the Agricultural Adjustment Ad- the 1937 trucks and and Sunday school rooms. ORIDA IN AND FOR DADS tOUN.Tr .
many ......
II The gift made by Mrs. Doyle had INANCKRT NO.
finds. especially when a familyhas ministration. cars as well as to the ..... Q Hicks. plaintiff n. Lola Wfl.
been both Mr. and
commercla'i agreed by
provement In business upon bat HMn. drf.nd.nl. Onto for PabU.BILL" .
occupied the same farmsteadfor With steadily: (creating! produc- Mrs. Do.le7 and after his death she .
tion of grapefruit, canneries have I
uric than one generation I An Improved 85 horsepower V-8 proceeded to carry out the plan. It appearing br affidavit filed In the
grown In importance as an outlet The church now owns a tract extending above styled ttafo that the defendant 1.01.I .
Ru' 01 1 \\cinin everywhere have for Florida growers engine Is offered in addition to I WM! rllrku li a resident of a SH.t# other
223 feet N W. Second
on of Florida and that the
than the State
I the 80 horsepower V-8 engine Engines : -
bet n i MIS much Interested In From a very small beginning In street and 10 feet on First avenue. place or mhbnca and ra.llinu .d"Imuat
Il'a.lIlI1j( I Low to remove old paint I Incorporate many advanced the sold defendant. tola WlUin Hi,I.,
the 1921-22 season when about engineering principles A small part of this, forty by sixty .0 particularly a> the acme In km.wn I" InK
and tat lush and restore the original 10000 boxes of grapefruit were feet, had been previously deeded r. of Mr. and Mr. J. H. WIIi"n. II".it..
I tnil.h i.i to such old piece that A feature of the commercial carline H. 1. SprlngfMd Hubrrteun County,
canned, the canning Industry has by Mr. and Mrs Doyle as a parsonage -
there U I
Is the new 112-Inch stake mtumff
have \ .due1 grown until with Florida's record I site, and a twentythreefoot UM State of dF'I': d the nil-n :
Both trucks and
But furniture Is never "finished" of boxes this cars strip west of the summons la rnaaemr Won whom would
I' crop over 18.000,000 have been improved in appearance parsonagehad bind the Mid defand.nl; It U thcrtfora,
to the extent that it will continueto year, canneries are expected to been purchased by the church. ORDERED that the said non.raildml

stay In good condition Wood use around 7.800.000 boxes or ne.rly -I I by change: means In the of design new of styling hood louv-and The rest of the tract is IncludedIn defendant to file with ba the and Clerk she la of aarabf this Court required a

needs an occasional oiling to feed I half of Florida's crop this sea- the present gift wrlttaa/ appear... (Personally ar br at.

the pores and keep it from drying ton The previous peak use of I grille res, radiator hell and radiator The Rev. W. J. Parker b pastorof tresses January) In said 1987 nit being.a tile tile 4th tint day Mondayla of said'

out. The air in our houses is usually Florida grapefruit by e.nnerle.1 the church.In month, and thereafter to file with. thaaald
I and furniture 11.500,000'' Clark .bar wrltwa defenses, U ...
dry helps to was i in 1934 when over to the all of mnplalnt In Mid suit .<
dry out so that part become loose, boxes, ore third of the 13.200,000 the time pnaerlbad br law. otherwise tkaaania

the wood warps and cracks, and produced In the state, were utilizedfor COVER CROPSContinued the court house at Miami or in Judnwnt nali.entered lie takes aa br aa default. __; It hi tun..'

veneering may: loosen. One thingto canning purposes. his office In the Chamber of Commerce

do, therefore, in addition to The proportion qf the grapefruitcrop building at Homestead. As- 'barRpERED _.MM rider loa pbliabdeves' .
far far ties w..k
.sons !
a Was
going over the furniture with a which canners are expectedto ( From Page One) in the, caw of the work *beeta/u- ---.-.. ..-

good oil polish from time to tune, absorb this :year-wlfl act an all- and plant it to cover crop, qual- payment; application- must, .be'approved published .. l/dw'da.agv ".....- Dads
Is to keep the room air moist by time record for the Industry In ifies for the jolt tontervation and by the coupjfy agent and c-tp. Fiends. this des, lot "Is .r _

means of a pan of water near the Florida. The utilization of grapefruit soil building program," Mr. Stef- the county'eommittee composed of boa. ,, .It. :...'I.&A1II..1/1'_ r

stove. by tanners In the future Is fanl said. L. L. Chandler, Win Musselw fie : Clark at the Clraatt Caartla

To make an excellent furniture expected to continue to Increase In Payment are based on the ratio and J. a Brook. They then wW and M for. SWIFT Dad Coonlr., Deputy FlarUa.Br 'CIot1roTPw .

polish, mix two parts boiled linseed view of the trend toward bigger of any given farm' productivity be sent to Gainesville for approvalby ( war of Circuit Cvart tol)
crops of fruit In yean to come to the average productivity: of all : state extension' service heads BLACK-WELL; 4, KNIGHT,
oil with one part turpentine. .
} With Florida's of the farms In the county: h* pointed and thence they go to Washingtonfor W. CiaaulDM. .
This I Ia used for a plain oil finish crop grapefruit W. CLINTON f5EIYt.: at
and Is very satisfactory to use once this year within 1,000,000 out. If the average productivity final approval and! payment ( a, 11 It, Jan I. 1917)

i or twice a year on varnished or boxes 'of last :year's total United : of tomato land for the county -..-.--..-....-
i* 150 bushel to the acre, he said, > ..,
oiled furniture. The mixture Is States production, growers and '" < ';'
and any one farmer shows on his
put on with a soft cloth After all shippers are experiencing keen
I work sheet that he ha been "THE ARMOUR
excess polish is wiped I off with a competition In their fresh fruit
ducing 200 bushels to the pro-I
clean cloth the surface should be I market outlets Greater quantities
would this year get 50 per FOLKS
rubbed with the grain of the wood of fruit are moving Into the BRING
canneries more than the average allowanceof I
until it thoroughly: dry: so that $1190 an acre for the land he; ME MORE
Through a marketing agreement
no ingermarks show on the wood
leaves put of cultivation to."rest"and
the Florida citrus
developed by
To cleflr soiled wood % :
Badly us
industry under the Agricultural build up with cover crops. THANFERTILIZER"
n mixture consisting of one quart and Next year he would get 50 per
Adjustment Act, ship
of hot water, three tablespoon than the
f cent more average allowance mwhr
pers are In position to bring about
of bailed linseed oil I and one table that is expected to be
more orderly shipping of fruit to
spoon of turpentine. Warm this markets This agreement is sup- several times larger than $6.00 an
in a double boiler and use it while acre
plemented by a government! program -
warm Put It on with a soft cloth, Grower participating in the
| for buying quantities or surplus -
polishing off with a dry one. 1938 soil conservation program 'p..+PiMkeMe
grapefruit for distribution to I
To restore a waxed surface the needy and unemployed In the! may file their application for payments -

which has been scratched or spot various states Through effec- at the county agent's office

ted first wash with turpentine tive use of the two mechanisms I

and then rewax. If the wood Is which the Florida citrus Industryhas

dark, add a little black oil paint to available under federal laws, Let Us

the wax. and In bet-
growers shippers are a I

ter position to with the problems -
RejuvenateYour "THE Armour folks had lot etc with
Woman driver "Can 61 fix In marketing this years' record a to I

this fender so my: husband. will crop, and develop a longer- Car making tfiii place the producer it i is today. And I don't mean

never know I bent It?" time program through which the just making good fertilizer either.

Garage mechanic: "No, but I expected bigger crops In years to "They've helped mightily beyond that-and when one of.
come may be marketed more advantageously Wood Work
can fix It so that you can ask him their men stops by I'm always ready to take time off and
In a few days how he bent 1\1"-! Body Fender Repairs
i Eft.t over the place with him, beecua*bt brings me experience and'

t Carrying Out Instructions Tops and TrimmingSeat sound advice along with the

i The mayor pressed a button on See, us lot the.Armour Fertilltsw
Three blood transfusions were his desk, and the office boy: en light ftttiliier for my land.-
beat lolled for Florida Clt-
necessary to save a patient's life tered. Painting
rug, Potatoes, Tomatoes. Erf.
at a hospital A brawny: young "Here," said his honor, "are a I
plants, Sqnuh,
Scotchman offered his blood. The number of directions telling us

i patient give him $50 for the first how to run our city: See that everyone : Art's Paint Shop .A' Alea' DEC DEE SUPPLY co.'lrmours .
f pint, $25 for the second pint-but la carried out.

it the third time he had so much And the office boy: gatheringthem (II N. K&OMB..n:.. Field BepreswrntaHive:
Scotch blood In him that he only all In a big waste basket, did
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Friday, December 18, 1936 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paste Seven

SMOKING COST IS'I 'r mates Is 1 ft years: and their average Grease Lift for Trucks "May I get off this afternoon' to I' Overheard in a Princes strretrestaurant" K
education la that of the fifth[ "
I Installed help my wife clean?
'I grade student Very few by Drivers I
graduates _. "No. You are needed here In theattires' "And no she i. married at I lust! [r
i find their into the I
TOPIC OF TALK TO way penitentiary -
he said An 1,000 pound grease lift capable Who U the happy man"" '
of taking care of can and, Thanks; knew I could depend Her fattier" -Edinburgh DIs-
"Parents, said the
LIONS school I trucks with wheel bases up to, on you."-Bx>l I........
teacher "we not teach
CHILDREN 1M mchos, b being Installed rtDriggers' : I
thing and that thing that youmight. Service Station on W.

| Flagler avenue, opposite the F. F... '
Education' as Check to 11 you go through high school C. depot.

Crime. Also Cited I the chances are that you'll not go The Installs tten will be com I'
to Jail, so to high school and
By Speaker go pleted by Monday. O W. Drlggers Flowersfor
sacrifice last dollar to
your earn
operator of the station, said yesterday -
your diploma from coSce, he .
Children of the Redland District urged.
Lions Club member were
guest of honor at the meeting of LEGAL NOTICE herChristmas

the club Tuesday night when Harley Three Churches to Show some or APPLICATION rot TAI
R. Core made a talk on Why Christmas "Movie" DEED
I Never Smoke and C. L. (onto Bill N.. 1.11
spoke on "Education as a Deter- "When Jesus Was Born" the 0 A WOO. IMC, holder of lute and Oonrtr
Tu o.tIfIoa.. No mat bound DM M
rant of Crime. first reel of a 13- reel series of religious tar of AwtKt A. D. 1M1 nu, filed urn
The children lang "America," motion pictures, will be I. ItIP oMtM. ud ... ..... .....Ue.tiMi fort
"The Star Spangled Banner and''! shown I In the Silver Palm Methodist Cwtlfkitt* dad omknuwo hi ho tossed She tkoTOMl following. To.eriM 8U.; An attractive basket of cut Flowers from Homestead

"Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean,"i;: Church at 6:43 Sunday evening SUU ol pcopor FlorM*. to-wll In the: County .W Dow, Flower Gardens is certain to make her Christmas a happy

a* they held small American flag ; at the Princeton MethodistChurch Lot IT, Block N Coral Cables So.. ene Flowers carry the holiday spirit and smaomsnt
given them by W. H. Owens, pro at 745: Sunday evening; ty K. of FM-t.Book. I' Pn at FlorfcU II. hi tin Com I>| there a mysterious ap\teal about tkern-tkat atakea thema

gram chairman. !I and at the Homestead Methodist The MMMmont promrty under I! matter of delight to all women. Come in and plane l'
the mid .ontUlmt issued in Uu .
The Lions' quartette composed I Church at 7:45: Monday evening of UNKNOWN, next your order with us today

of W O Talbett' Tom i Appropriate music and Bible study Mine sold oorttflMI shall .bo nd.oaod '
E.T I according to bw. the papery demorNsd
Chat, Pratt and Dr 8 Gatlln, accompany the picture tkorrl will ko Mill to Uw highest kM4wI Flowers by Wire
The 13-reel series is a pictorial the Omjrthoudoor on the tint Him
sang a song dedicated to George
I day IP the north of .....". 1MT. which
study of the life of Jesus filmedin
Cooper, a fellow member who became I lo tko 4tk UF II January. Ira
the father of a son on Thursday the. holy land. The pictures, OaM this 1U tn of Nn .mUr, tan, Homestead Flower Gardens
-of last week. ''non-eectarlan. are put out by the B. B lEATHIBKAWCWk .e Clmtt Omrl..
Religious Motion Picture Foundation Dade Mrs. Janle McLean Prop. Phone BOJ-N
I crony, Florida 4
In his talk Mr. Core said that a I Circuit Cent Sral
Inc. of New York and are
person"who smokes a package of k> N. C. aTEKRETT D. 0
."cigarette brought to Homestead by Leo L.'Po'ler. (Nor, 10, IT, Dom. 4. II. II)
a4arhu: a jxetrtremoke
. 6411 of ,a) least $75. At this rate 1
t Everyone h Invited to this free
be would spend about $1500 te .SOyears
i Christmas picture program at thethree
on cigarettes
I churches
"Look at all the things that

tould be bought for f 1500," he
added.When a man has .limited Joy Gift to Be FeatureAt

salary" (andTier Mr. Core digressed Presbyterian ChurchA
to show that the chances are 10I
. that a boy will not realize his'expectation )Joy gift an annual collectionfor

*or desires In the amount the relief of aged nurilsterc

.f.jnoney he can earn when he I and their families, will be taken

toes out to make his living) "he Sunday night at a. special program
has to choose wisely as he can not given by the young people at the
have everything So If he gets In I First Presbyterian Church.

the habit of Spending money The program planned consistsof

, for foolish things like cigarettesIt : the hymn, "Silent Night." by
means sometime that be is going congregation: prayer; talk by Miss
to have to deprive his family Elizabeth Bush; accordion solo byE

of. necessities" > J. Graham, pageant "Prepare
lust because smoking Is POP- Te the Way" by Miss Jane Gat

ular Is a very poor reason to begin lin Miss Betty Lou Harris, Miss
that.bad habit Mr Core said Mary Ann Brown Billy Arthur I

Mr. Ooley pointed out that the Jack Gatlln and Ed Hickson: the

average age of penitentiary In- gifts; benediction.


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Eight TEE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, December 18. 1936

,the telegram received by Mr co-operation of the Work Progress I At next week' meeting the members PACKED: HOUSE BEAK
BURGLAR Mahan. I Administration. of the)totary Club win exchange NAZARENE: MISSIONARY
Mr. FltU, who was 60 yean old, The public health nurse work prevent, to coat not over The Church of the Nazarene WM
spent the winter with his lster ; to help secure a proper adjustment 10 cent each. Names for the packed to capacity last Sunday
(Continued From Page One) and brother-in-law la Redlandtwo i of social relation a* well u to gift exchange were drawn ..tWednelday' night u Mr*. W. J. Parker missionary ,
Seed Store and stolen a leatherJacket yean ago, and he wa down promote the health of Individuals meeting from India, told of tome
here for a month this fall, M he who make up the community she of her experience with those hindered
Bostick also admitted that on had many acquaintance and : .aid She laid that emphasis 'li .. T. SMITH BABY BURIED by the superstition and the
Nov 29 he entered the office of friends in this section. Other survivors being placed on maternity and Funeral service for Patricia fear of heathenism.
Fertilizer Co.. his wife and another
the Wlbon-Toomer are ,,pre-ichool health assistance, and Ann Smith, two-year-old daughter Future meeting ot the MOW type
after throwing a rock through a liter, Mrs. Robert Flanders of
she announced that colored nurse of Mr. and Mr*. S. T. Smith of are promised.
window and took a Colt target Eugene Ore.
would lOOn be furnished South Peter, who diet Tuesday, were
pistol, a leather shooting Jacket,
Dade for maternity, child welfare conducted by the Rev A. L. She
glass and about ten had driven put a red light
magnifying ,
Public Invited to Mass and sanitation work In the
dollar in change. Likewise he negro Bridge, pastor of the Perrine Baptist then tailed her car In the midst of'be.VJ
confessed that he entered the At Midnight Xmas Eve quarten. Church. Burial wa In Miami. traffic, made a left turn
Dixie Highway Fish Market by The Florida state board of health Turner Funeral Home of Homestead against the light and finally pulled
the same method of throwing a Everyone: I la invited to attend the has I clinic on wheels which will wa in charge of arrange over to the curb and started to
rock through a window, and took midnight mass to be held at the probably be in Homestead within ments. park against a water plug.A .
two carton of cigarette from the Sacred Heart Catholic Church at the next few months, Mr*. Nesbit policeman rushed over to her
adjoining ice house. 11 o'clock Christmas Eve, accordIng ,CORAL CABLES WOMAN TO BB "Lady!" he shouted. "Are you fa.
The negro wa sentenced to five to an announcement made by This trailer,she Mid,1* fitted out I BURIED AT NAKANJA miUar with any of the rule governing .
year for breaking and entering the pastor, the Rev. James Cloo- with complete clinical equipment, i The body of Mr*. Lottie Well, drivers
Radland Motor, three yean for nan. Special music will begin at Including an X-fay machine with ,<4,of Coral Cable who died Wed- She looked at him with a lovely1
the WUson-Toomer trick, two 11-41 p. m. Seating arrangementwill which X-ray photograph Of the Readay at Turner Funeral Home smile, "Why yes, officer,"she aid'
yean for entering the Dixie Highway be made to accommodate a cheat will be made at a con.of waiting' word from a niece in St "What would you like to know?"
Fish Market and one year for large audience, the pastor Mid. SO cent Petersburg M to arrangement. Ex:
catering Grantham Seed Store. Mall will be held Christmas Mr*. Nesbit wa Introduced by : Burial will be In Palm cemeteryat
Bostlck had been released from morning at I and 9 o'clock,with the Gordon Ivey, program chairman. Naranja. Want Ads Pay-Try Them,
a Georgia prison four month prior benediction: following the B o'clock
to his arrest here. mass
t The Sunday school will have a
Christmas tree and program on
W. T. Driggers Victim Dee. 2T.Mrs. .
Of Pneumonia Attack

: Nesbit Tells Rotes
w. T. Drtggers. 42, who In 1026 Of Public Health WorkMrs.
was i resident of Homestead, died OffGotham
his home in Collins Ga.
Friday at Jane Nesbit, public health
ot pneumonia, according to telegraphic -
nurse for the Redland District
advice received by his
outlined to the Homestead Rotary
brother, G. W. Drlgger of Home-
Club Wednesday the development
stead and Naranja. He leave
of public health nursing since it
his wife, Ellen, and two children;
the SO
"came Into picture" yean
one brother, G. W., and I half '
ago and explained the scope of Gold
brother, G. M. Drlgger, also of ..
the work as it 1s today Mrs. Nesbit
Homesteadd; and a sister, Mr*. H. in
Mid that the public health nurse
B. White of Brunswick, Ga '
Florida work under the state t
} board of health and the AmericanRed '
Mrs. W. B. Mahan Leaves Crow through the financial .

For Brother's Funeral SILK -t
Mrs. W B. Mahan of Bedland AMERICAN LEGION
left Tuesday for Neesho. Mo., to
Waste Set sad third Wednesday
,: attend the funeral of her brother, a p. .... AiMrl_ Won Bids, I ( -
E. XX Fitts, whose death Monday
on ,
loM pees emeu Bosjth Kress Ate, : HOSEUNDERWEAR
i' she WM apprised by telegraph. HimMUad, fla.
I Cause of death wa not stated in


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, Friday, December 18, 1&3< THE! LEADERNTElU ORIS1 Pajre Nine

Social Events in South DadeMRS. 1. .

MYERS ELECTED PRESIDENT i I AREME CLUB ELECTS mal tree for the children of the
I I The Calendar MRS, METBEM PRESIDENT I church in the clubhouse after the
Mrs. Albert Meybem WM elected -, o'clock mass on Sunday Dec. 27-
-- De& 1 Free1 operetta by pupil 1 president of the Areme Club, Announcement was made that
Od Monday Flora D. Myert, tax named] aa I music committee. of NeVI King Cooper school at business branch of Ad Aetna chap I", three hundred dollar had
collector and town clerk of Florida The meeting nights, the club de- 8 p. m. ter of the O. E. s., at a meetingat cleared at the society's recent
City, was made pNhldent of I elded, will not have to be changed Dee. 1&-Meeting of Ad Aatta the home of Mra. Wm. M. Johns / supper and bazaar which
the Homestead Business knit Professional but will remain the second and chapter O.E.d.inf.O.0.V.hall. ',Friday afternoon. Miss Catelle :, WM attended by many from nearby
Women Club to succeed the fourth Monday of each month. Intermediate B. Y. P. Turner WM elected tint vice.prea.1 Catholic churches.
Mr, L. L. Bow who had re.lined. The second meeting In December U. Christina party Id Baptist I ident; Mn. Fred ber'R= : I Present at the meeting wen:
SM WM elected at the will be omitted, however, the Sunday School building. vice-president I ; Mrs. I II Mn. W. K. Walker, Mrs G.o. Bart -
regular meeting of the club!>> held 'members decided, because! of 1 DM. Jfr-Yourtg1 People' Service I Matt on, aeoretary; and Mn. 0.0.I I I cue, Mrs. Don Ferreyra, Mrs. Frank 'I
at the home of Mr*. A. C. Easton 'conflict with church Christmas League Christmas pageant In I W, Turner, Jr., treasurer. I Panno, Mrs. F. Mlnnerlry, Mrs

on Bauer drive where a pot luck program Episcopal Church at 7SO p. in.Dee. ,, Mn. Johns won the mystery I I Roberta, Mrs. Chas. Pope, Mrs.\
dinner WM served. I A study of the club hand book I. 2Q-Redlafcd District Voting package A salad course and hot C. Smith, Mra. Chas. Topplno
Mn. Bell Archer Wai elected to will be made at the meeting of People's Union directors' meeting. : chocolate were served and Mrs Tony Den.tau.lv .
the vacant vice-preddancyj: Mr*. Jan. 11 which will be held at the Baptist Church at 4 ft. nt Those present were: Mrs. Bob
A. C. Easton WM made second home of Mrs. Ooley, and Initiation ,Iia Dec. 11 AthletW Harris, Mr*. B. 0. Branch Mn. !.bE88 TO GIVE ...
\1ce-pl'fttdent after the club had services will be conducted by Mn., Club sponsored Saber, Mrs. Meybem, Mn. Turner, PARTY FOR CHILDREN '
amended the by-laws td iriclude J. F. Hammett at the meeting of ''I' box upper at Redlatad High Mla Turner, Miss Helett Livings. plan for a Christmas party
this officer; and Mrs. J. E.Gauzena Jan. 25 which will be held at the School at 8 p. m. I ton and Mrs. Johns. for underprivileged children t't'fInal I
was made retarding tee home of Mrs. Oauzen Both will .D ec. 21-Benefit dance given were made at a meeting! of the Sub
retary and Mri. C. L. Oeley, corresponding be dinner meeting i by Young People' Service League SACRED I I Deb club at the home of Miss Marl '
secretary M till vacan Present were: Mrs. Lamar Dick- In Lion Den. HEART CLUB I cla Cauzen Wednesday evening. !
ties created that evening. inson, Mn. Bertha Edward, Mrs. Dec 21-Junior Woman' Club MAKES CHRISTMAS PLANS i' After the meeting the girls went '
Mn. Don Ferreyra, Mn. Archer Wm. M. John, Mrs. Ferreyrt, Christmas party at Homestead Members of the Sacred Heart I to the Dixie Drug for refreshment j
and Mn. t P. McLean were ap- Mrs Hammett Mrs. Myers, Mn.Blggen Country Club. Club decided at a meeting Wednesday Present were: Misses Iva and 1 1I
pointed to look for a meeting Mr. McLean, Mr. Ooley, Dec. 22-Redland District Young to serve a lunch lit III clubhouse Nina Dya, Miss Helen West, Miss
place for the club, and Mn. C L. Mrs Gauzeng1 Mr. Easton Mri. People' Union caroling practice laBaptlsh to members of the) Sacred Virginia Frlck. Miss Bubble Sum- 1
J3later. and Mr*. McLean were Archer and Miss Ines Bevls. Church at 7.30 p. m. Heart Church after the midnight merlin Mia Henrtette Hartman,
most which will usher In Christmas -I Miss Nina Pearl Bush Mill Jane J

1 RAIN OR SHINE CLfrB the hoetea Woman'Dec 13-Club Quest of Homestead.day program at Day, Keeley, Mia Alt Webster and thehostel f '
They planned also for the Christ .
HONORS MRS present were: DM. -Nelghborhood Club i
Lee H. Lehman Showalter Mr C. M. Redd Mrs.
Mrs. WM given 1
meeting with Mr. and Mn. J. H.
a handkerchief ahower in honor A. S. Move, Mra. F. FlelU, Mrs. Webster.Dec. < .
tt her recent birthday at a meeting J. D. Redd Mn. Mollie Wlngate,
of the Rain or Shine Club held Mn. Dexter Smith Mra. Sam 24-Redland District YoungPeople's
at the home of Mn. J. H. Webster Davis Mri H. M. Oibbs, Mn. i Union caroling party. How Contestants Stand
Tuesday. Mn. Webster and Mn.H. Robert Glenn, Mn. Jss. DaUlt>>r- I Dec. 29-Areme Club meeting
P. McDaniel were hostesses. ty, Mr*. B. O. Brandt: and Mn. with Mn. Geo. W. Turner, Jr.

Those present were: Mn. Helen Heath Dec. 11-Installation of officer Eve the lowest contestant easy with a good _.'a work get .
Hackler, Mra. Carl Deden, Mn. Circle Three met with Mn. Dan I of the AA Astra Chapter of O. E. ep with the leaden.
Fred Redd Mn. Frank L. Skill: William Mn. A. A. Koestline S. in L O. O. r. halL
Mn. Frank B. Rue, Mn C. I. Par presided and Mia Jennie Lobdell Dec. 31- Junior Woman's Club ;
man, Mn. Lehman, Mn. McOanlel ,eoriducted the study Class I sponsored dance at Homestead Don't 14 jour name slip back Make tap your mind U WIN ant
Mn. Webater.MR. Club. ef these wonderful toys that ,
and Among those present were: Mrs. Country Keep reaUadlng your friend for
A. B. Slagle, Mrs. Matilda Williams Dee 31-Redland District Young every penny they spend they can east one vote for yes Aware
AND MRS.' WAREttlCLD Mn. Gee. M. Sonnlchsert, People Union watch party and them that besides being able te vets for you thereto get what I
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUB Mri. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Joel t. program at Presbyterian Church. they want and can "Save with C-a/ety" at THE DIXIE: DRUG), ,
Mr. and Mn. Gee N. Wake Robinson Mn. Koestllne Mn. Dec. 31-'\Annual supper meetingof THE REXALL DRUG STORE.
field entertained the Teacher Wm. Nolan, Mrs. J. J, McLendon First Baptist Church. 1 14
Bridge Club at a chill nipper at and Mill Lobdell. Jan. 4-Meeting of Garden Club
their home in Fluke Miner Times I at Dunlop home hi Silver Palm. BOYS GIRLS
day night. Mn. Beve Webb and Jan. S-Rain or Shine Club
Dr. Frank Hausman won the high GIRL SCOtfS' WORK I meeting with Mr*. Lee H. Lehman. 1. David Frederick 1. Louise Dearing iI.
score prizea. AT TAGS FOR CHEER FUND Jan. e 'W. M. U. circle meet- Billy Jacobs 2. Dolores Papy ..
Those present Included: Mr. and Plan for Christmas were made I Ings. S. Harry Simpson 3. Margaret Barnes
Mn. Frank Webb Mr. and Mn. by the Homestead troop of Girl Jan. Presbyterian Woman' 4. Jackie Jennea 4. Connie Campbell .
J. H. Webster, Mr. and Mn. W. R. Scout Tuesday afternoon at a Auxiliary meeting. .. Dale Faust '5. Virginia Studstmf. 'I I
Bird, MA and Mra. Dove Webb!>>, meeting held at the home of the Jan. U-Redland District Ministerial .. Wilbur Caves Martha Ann Lindsay ,.'
Dr. and Mn. Hauaman and the captain Mrs. Frank Skill fags Association pot luck lunch '!. John McLean T. Thelma Chlnnera .
boat and hostess. were made for the use of ticket eon meeting In First Baptist .. Chas. Bernecker 8. France Foster
seller for the benefit show to be I Church Sunday school building at
I. Harry,Bowen .. Betty Byrum
MRS. W. IL PARKER TELLS given for the Christmas Cheer ,1145.:
SOCIETY OF LIFE: IN INDIA fund., Doll were repaired and I Jan. ll--Pot luck supper meetIng 10. Floyd Foals 10. Marjorie Fogle 1
Mn. W. J. Parker wife of the i dresses made.A of Homestead Business and It. Billy Hutchinson It. Virginia Hilliard
pastor of the Homestead Churchof i Christmas party wa plannedfor Professional Women' Club at 12. Billy Vann / Mary Jo Close .
the Nazarene spoke to Members : 2.30: o'clock on Dec. 22 at the home Of Mr*. C. L. Ooley at 6.30: 13. Bobby Brandenburg 13. Alone Koestline k
of Circles One, Two and Four i home of Grace Gray. p. In. 14. James Campbell 14. Betty Catlln ,
of the Weman'a Missionary Societyof Mrs. Skill announced that the Jan. IS-W. M. U. meeting In 15. Steve Robert 11. Joy Peter i
the Homestead Methodist 'I annual Dade County Girl Scout First Baptist Church. 18. Bill Park, Jr. It. Margaret Bullard .
Church Wednesday afternoon at camp will be held on Dec. 29 and I I Jan. 14-Woodmen's Circle Installation "
the home of Mn. L. M. Brldgea. ,' 30 at Matheson hammock. services.
Other contestant Chas. Ooa Jack Heffner
are: boy, mall. Lynn
Mn. J. A/McNeill reported that t
Irwin, Ernest Lee Klser, Howard Kirby, one Reynolds, CarlSmith f
Circle One had made a quilt aa a I I
surprise gffe for the parsonage.Mrs. Leon Simmons, Steve Blondo,. Gerald Andrew, James f
J. E. Davis led the devotional Cash, Jr., Dictate Corny! James Chambllsi, Geo John Girls:
Cake and coffee were served by Jackie Buck Wilds Batta Frances Foster, Marilyn Bethes Phone
Alphonao Barbara Hill, Johnnie Neill Keitt, Either Knight Ro- .
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more every
Prices $5 $6 $7 rice TRIAL cotmtMtKassoN

PAT'SBEAUTY d C owecl' t qt bid t Recants, Ii e., Fsh-feH, .-
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AREMK CLUB GIVES j Helen Bradley and ,Miss Ruth I hot dish. Sandwiches, milk raw '
BENEFIT BRIDGE PARTY Owen II I fruit, and sometimes cookie may of;
I supplement this hot main dish. 1 ,
About thirty-seven were present I ,
L Social Events I! at the benefit patty shoo by KID PARTY IS GIVEJf Seme el ta* hot dishes that have '
nccsful for school
Hproved : .
the Arenas Club in America Legion FOR TENTH GRADE i creamed
ban Tuesday afternoon, and A kid party was give the tenth lunohet an vegetable,
meat and vegetables, meat and '
ten prhe were awarded. grade home room clan of D. E.
Moomaw by Mn. J. X. Gassers vegetable stews soup rich in .
Contract bridge prize were won
MRS. BLANCHE CHAPMAN IS ELECTED I by Mr P. B. Bird high, and Mr* and Mr*. Fred Redd, room and vegetable other legumes or milk or both prepared, bean '
ers, at the Redd home egg :
Ceo, M. Sonnkhaen. low.
GUARDIAN OF ROYAL POINCIANA GROVE evening. moth-I In soma simple way, cheese in 'fj
Mrs. Robert BeD and Frank white sauce or with tomatoes. .
Noah Peterson won the
Belts won the high score primes in
Mr the beat costume: and Marcia Gau- If the lunches are planned a
1 Royal PoIncUni Grove, Wood WhiUker, Mr Alice Walter, auction and Mrs. C R. OUenoorf : '
_D'* CIrcle, elected Mr*. Blanche Ruth Godwin, Mrs. Bessie Brady and A. V. Phillip, the low. Mr sans and Teresa Redd won prize week ahead, main dillies can be
Chapman guardian at a meeting of Miami, Mrs. Depew. Mr*. Pacettl Fred Suber won the high score : In a hone race contest chosen that will Include the various ,
Branch ) I Cake, cookie, lemonade fruit kind of food which the
held Dec. 10. Mr*. Minnie Jeffrey Mrs. Chapman Mrs. prize in monopoly and AlbertM..bem.
was made adviser; Mr* Nora Mrs. Joiner Mrs Young Mrs. the low. and blow gum were eerved children need. For example the "
banker Mn. Bert Branch Coker Mr Radford. Mrs. Thelma menu for each week may Include
Smith ;
.I Mr. Bell won the door prize and an egg dish, a meat dish, a fish j
Mrs. Minnie Mr
and Mn. Guesle Joiner auditor; Jeffrey. Jeffrey, FINK ELEPHANTS WILL
Mr. Phillips the draw prize. dish, a soup rich in milk, and a ,
Mrs.. Jeffrey, captain: Mn. Ads Rhodes. Mrs. Martin, Mr* Smith, I FLAY FOE BENEFIT DANCE
Mia Pearl Whit- Those playing contract wereMrs. : dish using or made of bean or e
Mrs. Studstill
Young attendant; Mn. Mary, The Pink Elephant, a local or-
Rhode, assistant attendant; Mn., aker and Miss Ines Branch. Floyd Fogle Mrs. Joel J. some other dried legume. Two of
Robinson Mr*. Belt, Mrs. Paul the recipe etch week may well
Made Bevia, chaplain; Mrs.. Clara IStuct.tUl.lMer | TIfield.
Reynolds. Mrs. W. C. Monroe Mrs. I Include tomatoes.
A convenient way to provideraw
J J. McLendon Mrs. Bird
ma Jeffrey. outer sentinel; Mr*. HOLDS BUSINESS MEETING and the benefit dance given by the vegetable for school lunches
Mrs. Sonnlchaen.
Thelma Radford, recording aecre- Young People' Service League of
The Woman' Aux
Presbyterian Is In sandwiches. Finely chopped
Among those playing auction the St. John' Episcopal Church In
Ury.A iliary held it* monthly meeting nw carrots, cabbage lettuce or
were: Mr*. H. E. Schumacher Mr.
the Redland District Lions
reward for
a twenty-five Friday afternoon at the home of celery may be lightly salted and
of membership In the order, and Mrs. Bell Mr. and Mr*. Phillip at 0 p. m. Monday. .
yean Mrs. J M. Holferty after it had mixed with a little mild salad
Mrs. Lulu Oliver, Mrs. H. E.
1 white gold enameled pin a \ served lunch to a group of forty dressing for sandwich filling
from the national office, was pre.1 which Included North Dakota iced Schumacher, Mrs. F. S. Scherr. THE: SCHOOL LUNCH
aerated to Mrs. Gussie Joiner potato growers and their famil es. Mrs Thos. Brewer Mrs. Olden- One of the important problems Presbyterians to Have ,
served u guardian of the Announcement was made that dorf, Mr. Belt and W. B. Cave of mother and school authorities Box Supper and Tree b
aonrUle Ga., grove "When It WII\\thirty-eight dollar had been I The monopoly player were: U that of providing a suitable lunch
organized twenty-fix year cleared on the luncheon and thirty- I Mrs. Bob Harris, Mrs. Suber, Min for the school child. U the schoolchild The young people;; of the First :!j1
,When Polnciaaa Grove in Home four dollar had been cleared In Betty Jan Meybem and Mr. Me,.. mines. a hot noon meal atboneiLis Presbyterian. Church will have a
toad wa organized Mr. Joiner recent rummage tale. t MOther Particularly Impact box upper Wednesday.evening in '
.''suss Its first fuardlam..InaHlletirai The auxiliary decided that its present were::+.1aeowd thtth '*rh: Mi lunch be adequate. bonu of 1tIa young people who
aarvice M wa an ,not meeting win be Jan. f at the Krs. Lee 7f.iat 'gtti'ltliretlPhillips Else t sl: ay to snare good mitri- are horn for the holiday :
bounced win be conducted Jan. !hornet of Mrs Gray on Avocado Mrs. Wm M. Non I* to plan the noon lunch according After this the Sunday schoolchildren
{ '14 tn,tbe L 0. 0. P. ten by'Mr*. I..... Ceo. W. Turner, J JobDII-lIn.j to than a4 need.oL the win present a Christmas .:,
Myrtles Dpaw- dletrtetanaaage I 1"--"" luncheon,and .* Bradley. Mr*. B. a child. ,Niiinlililm..... may, pageant and there win be a
I *. Port Martin tending the Imalnmai nmstlng wan: Cave, Min Istell pIaaaoNI UMIIIdJDupeuin- Ouialma tree.Pall'e .
: will be Installing attendant and Mrs. Joe rUttaa. Mr*. Paul Haley,
I Mr*, franc Colter installing Mrs. B. t Gatlm. Mr*. A. S. Dar
chaplain ling. Mrs. Wm. Trotter, Mrs. ,V.
Mr*. Branch Mr*. Minnie Jet i... Harris, Mn Delia Lockhurst,
i trey, and Mr*. Young were appointed Mrs. D. P.Blake,Mrs Sarah Hick-
on the refreshment for the Installation. Mrs. A. r Arthur and Mrs. Hol

Mr*. Depew announced that the fertyMIS.,
district convention In Biscayne j

Temple In Miami Jan. 10 will begin TOtUYEA TO GIVE
with a business session at 2 DEMONSTRATION AT CLUB
: o'clock and that there will be a Mrs. Don Ferreyra will give a
I banquet at '.30 and an open meetIng demonstration of cooking with
I with entertainment at 8 o'clock. electricity at the guest day program -
1 Bougainville* grove will .be the of the Woman' Club of
hostess grove Homestead Tuesday afternoon at +
The charter wa draped for the 2:30: in the clubhouse.
late Mr* Mary Gahagan of New The member of the Homestead
Orleans, a national committee and Redland Home Demonstration
chairman. Club have been given anespecial
Mr Florence Pacettl.' retiring invitation to attend, and
guardian presided at the meeting. others who might wish to see the
Present were: Mr*. Wattle demonstration are Invited.



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priced from $17.50 to $250.

A gift that 701 know win Uwelcome ai .
k a long diatanc telephone SILVERWARE-
call to those' friend and I
By Gorham Kirk Lunt INSPECT OUR
whom .
Is other cities you
relative the Silversmiths. Also Community LARGE ASSORTMENT Orand
cannot Ut to person during ,
J Sheffield Plate NOVELTY GIFTS
"Soch rift'" will find reeDy
reward die giver with u much DIAl\IONDS-\ A varied 'selection In. .
pleasure a* tt does the one who chiding Charm BraceletsDiamond
.... Ringd $25 to$2,500 In platinum, sterling aDd

"if pi want to ..u certaia the Wedding Rings -----_ $15 to $$00 \.lblld sold.Ladie .
r aitr TM wi*A to reach will beat Wrist Watches $S5 Id'I.OOO' ,
the to heaal Id, these III .a. '
sacs of the day and hoar oft n Diajie"d'einidPrafiitaa+i ( .

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such as painting light bulbs making W. R. Bird Worshipful I Walker, chaplain, and O L. Bowen -
strings using coca cola straws tyler
and parquetry, and stringing pop :Master:: of Local Masons These officers will be installed
SCHOOL NEWS corn. The pupils have a Christmas Wednesday Dec. SO, at a joint
tree of colored paper on the w. R. Bird was elected worshipful ,I meeting of Palma Vista Lodge of
NILLA school Editor bulletin board and each time a master of Royal Palm Lodge, Naranja and Royal Palm Lodge
SACL8 student makes 100% In spelling No. 100, F A A. M., at a meeting In the Odd Fellows hall in Homestead
he puts a colored ball on the tree. held Friday the L O. O. F. he U. with Past Master S. E Livingston
Charles O. Turner was elected: senior acting as Installing officer -
Each of the high school rooms Mrs. Lutes seventh grade 1*
hag Christmas tree and U planning planning a little party for Fridayafternoon Miss Ray'i clan is enjoying the warden; A. D. Smith junior I attend.
set of circulating librarybooks warden? W. B. Caves secretary: All Masons are urged to
to have a short program FrI. in Its home room The1 new ,
and P B. Bird, treasurer
day afternoon. Molt tit the classes pupils will exchange gifts and the I the zebra
Officers appointed Include: L. A. When the donkey sew
have prepared a.basket, five to teacher and room mothers are goIng -
: a needy family. to serve Ice cream and take., Mrs. Edwards' class will be given Young, senior deacon; L. B. Som- He began to switch his tail,
deacon F W. Still- "Well I never" was his comment
This class welcomes a new pupil, k Christmas party Friday afternoon men Junior ; "
North try the room mothers and the man, senior steward: Albert Sykes, I "Saw a mule that'd been in jail
Edna Lee Heavncr frosty
The'interior decorating: clasi hal ,
teacher. junior steward; the Rev. C. N. Southwestern Collegian
started painting a picture of a Carolina. ? I I
kitchen. Each student has selected -: omlt.
Y Ruth Byrura's name was
.. her color The grades under
scheme elementary
own.detlnlte The '
ted from the honor roll list last
tenth grade economics girls made the direction of the art teacher, week. I MEET ME AT
'1 candy this week-tudge, divinity, Miss Williams, are making Christ
and fondant, and from the fondant man tree decorations from silver, PEACOCK LODGERichard
Each of the elementary cades
t' made Christmas mints tutU. red and blue foil
they paper.
:Is planning to have a little party Read 4. mU N \\aldln Dr.
frulttl and
orange peel creams. In Its home room Friday afternoon
The ninth grade made fruit rolls The elementary grades under during which gift will be exchanged December 19that
from baking powder biscuit dough. the direction of the music teacher, Saturday,

Mrs. Mills, will present an operetta I o'clock p. ....
The Juniors are fixing up a entitled "The Kidnaping of Sunday School Assn.Meets .
great big basket to give to some Santa Claus" Friday night, Dec. I in Miami Sunday. MUSIC DANCING, FREE SANDWICHES
needy family In the community. 18, at 8 o'clock. All are InvitedNo
admission fee will be charged. I The Sunday School Associationof i H. Z. Breadhurst and H. E. Lee. Prepe.Bass .

the Miami Baptist Associationwill
The sophomores are sorry to lose
Mildred,Sims who Is leaving Jan. Mrs Webb's class la planning to meet Sunday afternoon at I
3 to return to'her home th Crace- have a big Christmas party, I o'clock In the Stanton Memorial I
vllle, Fla. The class is planning I Baptist Church In Miami

a .Christmas basket The following children attendedthe
Daugherty Christmas party at I
Mr. Blackburn's dramatic class the Miami Blltmore Country Clubon
., has started working on its midterm Tuesday of,this week: Vivian
examinations, by learningtwo Dolar Ray Andrews, Charles
long choral pieces. Cowman, Jdad-r.m Gllmer, Al Taylor PI
Harry Paiks, Barbara Seymour -
Miss Hayden's pupils are to have Maude Richer LortotrFtn Es
Christmas tree with Ice cream, ney, Charley Golf, Ruth Jernlgan, ,
fancy cakes and candy furnished Alfred. Tomerlln, George Dickinson W hi ity : : < 1 1t
by the teacher and! room mothers Helen Johnson,. Ethel: Lott,
Malcolm Rowell, Hilda Pope, Es-'
Mrs. Johnson's class has attractively telle Falrcloth Oscar Cruse.

decorated Its Christmas tree' t
with painted pine cones and other Miss Flfleld's class la planning
decorations made from nature: to have I Christmas entertainment GeneralPublic
Friday afternoon. AU will exchange !.lpAtttoM /
Mr.Lucas' algebra class Is workIng gift and will be given a
on first degree equations and treat by their room.mothers and Utilities M
the mathematics class is studying their teacher.

margin, profits, and discounts Inconnpcttoa'with : lomestead Phone 105Uw. I -
\ .the:sale of.merchandise :ills Dorseyl ;class; has beenmaking SUIOVA"MedauINe" ,,
; Chr&Uaa/ tree decorations' leleY wed *ApoaUIOVA "
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Every Member of the FamilyPLAY ) ever the fora Towed 17 towelIUIOVAI puce

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We handle only substantially built play \ehicles. The latest streamline "N.oo.r r
styles, resplendent in alluring paint colors. Automobiles, tricycles, velocipedes ewwdto, ern..eedl All meweirf

wagons. In addition we have real bicycles for both children and OUtoVA"Orr" /

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I grown-ups. d1.. we4 tee so

F ShoUant 0 Tackle Boxea
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Tennis Balls l Buebal..

RacquetsFishing Rods Data Jewelry Co.Annie
Reels : 010VII .
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Thermos Jots Flashlights

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Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate
% Westinghouse electric ranges, waffle irons, toasters'pereolators, roast *
.ers, clocks. > w Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

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1 111 1. 1 / 11 1 1 I 11/1 1 !
; residents who are spending the Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Hawkins and Wm. Morris. They plan also to ,,
winter in Saint Clout Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins' sister, Miss Mable (Continued on Page Fourteen.)
; Mn. Henry Warner of Holland William former Homeslead re,i4M ,
'i In and Jlround N. Y. who an in Miami for !lye I/ **, pica to spnu) a few day In .
I season visited Mr. and Mrs. Vaaj 1 p land with Mn. HawWn broth
4 Matter Sunday. er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Homestead ,


Mrs. I.. B. Soramer and Baby Mr* a reldma ef Asheville Sprayed Beans
Will Diane who wa born De* N. C., M expected tq arrive todayto
I wen brought home from University spend two week With her son Will Give You
: hospital la Coral Cable In-iew and daughter, ..... and Mr*.
Monday Paul leaner, BlUer YJclds'

i Mrs. J. 3. Dyal has been ill at her Mr. and Mr*-Jt It J'rItzIcbt of .Experience has demon
home for the put three week South Miami announce the birth fop Pirated that PIa averageacre
of a seven and three-fourths pound 9f beans prayed with
, Mr. and Mr*. C. H. Stone tlAaby daughter, Bertha Ruth, In the Post Sulfodde will yield a*large
Mast, and their ion. Ken Graduate hospital Friday. a crop as two acres dustedwith
neth. 'have returned U their winter Sulfur, as if give you
P; !, 5 bom on Bauer drive. On the more successive pickings.If .
Miss Betty Macey of Miami
j way south they flopped In Hals- you don't believe it-try
thorp to visit Mr. and Mn A. U Beach spent the week-end herewith itt I Then you'll realize that
Mir Lehman.
I t Canon whose winter home It In Helen no longer can you afford to
; t Redland near the Stone residence, seed, plant cultivate fertilize
Ceo. L Swan who ha been and dust two acre to
Mr. and MrTtTc. Shattuck oft critically ill with pneumonia in save the praying with Sul-
:' Springfield Masf., and Lake Plac St. France hospital in Miami 1930 Chevrolet Coupe oclde on only on* acre!
:} id. N. Y., arrived at their winter Beach I* reported to be resting
.(. t' homo on Sylvia Terrace Redland, comfortably. 1931 Chevrolet Coach Commence praying with
I' fait Friday. Mr. Shattuck if Sutfoclde J tq :IDs, Just as
! Miami reporter for the 6'ew York Miss Mirabel Smith who'wes 1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet your bean come through
j Jierald-Tribun. I the ground Keep new
: graduated from the Florida1 State
'j( College for Woman .to dung wit) 1933 Ford Tudor growth covered and spray
I: MIL C. W. MeEwen ll .to the arrive Saturday from 'Tallahasseeto especially. Just after picking.
I Kendall hospital recovering from speed week with Miss Shirley' 1935 Ford Deluxe Sedan Start spraying;and your to
I, an operation performed Monday fiarkneat (t Princeton eggplants
in the seed bed.
I 1934 Chevrolet Coach
MIll J.oujae-| home The best dealer to Florida
I Frank Townsend of JJaverhffl economic Instructor at fUdlaod: Mil Sul ucide. It will pay
Matt. ft spending the season wttbl High School platy to apand the you t* !jAsUt on having it
Mr. and Mr*. W. ", TMjr holidays with her parents at Ask for helpful leaflet,
I'tdlalld. Dotban, >tla.Iylr. 1 .Stfifoctda the Dean Spray".

j 3 Mir. and Mr*. A. f.ISoouwt" and Mr*. A./:"' Vw Marfer! BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANYPhone B. G. Pratt Company
Una, 0., arrived Sunday far a entortalned several day this week'
Visit with their ton and daughter Mr. V.>> Mare tousles,' Mr. 98 Homestead, Fla. Al 41sevb I'? New Tort'
\ larlaw. Mr. and Mr*. &. p. {torn.ers and Mr*. TeiMi VM Matter and
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December 18,1936 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Paw Thirteen '

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WwUn bet p mla, Mr. sad 1 Ruth Uffnr. flv-yeaiv ld 'Clock. posed et Grady Cawaa E. 3. On-
rt i IN AND AROUND(I'f Mr*. Arthur Fisher of Salem, Ind.,I daughter of Mr. and Mrs ClaytonKHeffner II pantomime, "The Nativity",I ham, Clement Russell. Fred VIh- .'''I
; to spend the holidays with her and was In the Post Graduate wilt be presented and mitric will len and Janett Cox with organ and '
with their cousins Principal and hospital for treatment this week. be furnished by an orchestra eom- piano accompaniment
j 1I0 IESTEAD Mr*. Carl Wagner. Mr. Fisher --- _
i* superintendent of schools In
Mr. and Mrs R. W. Kent and
Washington County IlL .
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t r;("Continued From Page Twelve) Kent Mr. Kert's, arrived mother from Cleveland Mrs Minnie, 0.,, .. ; ..:. ,' ,.

i visit several day with Homj *- Mrs. Margaret DanM 1 Ie planning -! In tbe r auto trailer Tuesday to
| j stead friends. to spend the Cfcrijtma* holiday speniffhe winter month |n Home ''
with relative InKy. I vIUe, lead. They are staying aj tI1tf'H" CHRISTMASTURKEY

; f Clayton Lehman, who has beeni --' apartment on U W The
: employed In Miami returned home weet.
this week. Mr. and Mrs. Or R. Guttmrtdg DINNERwith
and family pM fo apseto Mil Hpn| Taylor ot Miami
holiday with relative U> Vfif pent the week-end here with I4IaaI1len
Dale Henderson. Carl Deden, Jr., all the trimmings
John Walton Huff"" ,
Billy Geronimo, _
Cha Elchenberger and Winifred Mr. and Mr, Paul Dam are Miss
Naomi plan to leave
Owen, students of Riverside Military expecting Mr. Baker1 father; aa4 $1.00
sister from Monday to spend a weak: with her
Urban Ill
Academy at Galneivllle Ga,
Baker pear Colquitt, Oa,
1 of
arrived this week to spend the women at
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j Christmas holiday with theirI the University of IlUnol. Silver Palm Protrram Green: LantErn Restaurant

In the Redland District
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Muzxelle of Comes Sunday MorningA

' } Miss, Lot Walker Miss Julia Miami Beach were guests last ,. ..', ,,. '.'. '. ....
"' Sunday of Mr. and Mr*. Tom Tor- Christmas program will be .
and Vernon
+ t Sullivan Turner who bert in Gould given at the Silver Palm Methodist '. : ';'. .,./'. .. .:. '
been Stetson
haw attending Unl-
Church Sunday morning at It
t 1 venlty at DeLand, will arrive today -
$ to spend the Christmas holli Mr*. A. W. Bui spent Tuesdayof
days. last week la TltusvlU visiting
with her sister Mrs George F.

k Mrs. Frank Skill Mrs. Frank Duren. a
Lucas and Miss Ruth Murray of Suuu
k. Princeton attended a meeting of Mr. and Mr*. Fleming Bowdenof .w
the Dade County Girl Scout eoun- Jacksonville spent the week-end
' ", ail at the Housekeepers' Club In 111 Homestead visiting Mr. Bow*
1 Coconut Grove Tuesday night den' sister, Mrs. E J. aettl. and "f ON THE B BOULEVARD ?f ,> ; ;
his brother and lster-n-law, MrBd .'
( Mrs, pryant Bowden. I'r.'
t Geo. N. WakefWd wit! leave fo, .
. day for Gamev0| where h* Will Joe Burton, Jrv pxnJM tuoV 4
J spend a few day attending to ent at Emory: University, Atlanta,/ A CompleteDepartmellt 6
business matter
Is expected to arrive in Homestead
Tuesday for the holidays, accompanied
Mr R.Whichard of I
) Hattlesburf,
by Dr. Wm. Debts, a graduate
Min., It expected to
Sunday spend
student at Emory, who will Store
the Christmas with
holiday herr
visit at the Burton home during
aon-ln-lawr and daughter, Mr. and the Christmas vacation.Mr. .
Mr*. Bevo Webb and her son,
John Whichard. -
and lira. W.A. Buckley" pt
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Chicago and Miami, Mr. and Mr*. .
?Mr. and Mr J. F. Pritchard of
Clarence Demmer of Fort Lauder-
I The Home ofTen
[ Atlanta and Mr .
, Douglas Me- dale and John Benill of Melbourne OJ
Lendon of Douglaivllle G*., pent '
spent Sunday at the grove home
r Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. of Mr.and Mr A.O. Raab In Red-
and Mrs. J. J. McLendon.
land. Thousand Gifts 4

Sitisa< Mabl Williams, art instructor
of the Homestead schools,

t borne plaas to in spend Alva. the holidays at her BOrfESTEAD BONELADNDRY j

.. Mr. and Mrs.-Carl Field plan to To reader, of the LEADEI: .BNTEKPRISE: we wish to call particular atrfention

! '. spend Christmas with their son I I'' to the following BeryfcesH-ileafgned/ ( particularly for out-of-town
and daughter-in-law the Rev. and 115 & W. -.4ST,
Mr*. Howard Field in Lake Mary
I to where Mr. Field i* now pastor ot MRS. ALICE MITT FROPhCash people.
14 the Lake Mary Church of the Na- i ;

'. zarene.y and Carry Prices i You may mail your packages at the U. S. Branch Post Office. Second
t.\ Mr. and Mr*. E. B. Blackburn Maytag Appliance Throughout gift:
'! will spend the Christmas holidays I Floor. An extra branch for packages opened Thursday. Purchases

':: Orlando visiting ,friends DeLand,and Anna relatives Maria and In -.- I wrapped free on the Street Floor. North Wing. Deluxe wrapping of

);',"',, Tampa. NEWT G. BALL I any packages for a small fee. Sears will lay away any gift until Dec. 21st

:, Miss Lillian Johnson of the Red- rotary PubUo I for a small deposit. Information Booth. center of Street Floor, South
land High School faculty plan to
spend the holidays in Miami. fine! IN'Sl'HANCE AND I in
t (I' DRED LIJP8 I Wing. Largest Toy Show Town.Christmas.

Miss Rebecca Fisher music Instructor *4 m. a.- 4e.M ;
in the Redland schools I*I j

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resident who are spending the\ Mi and Mrs Stacy Hawkins and Wm. Morris They plan also
winter in Saint Cloud. Mr. and Mrs Hawkins slater Miss Mable (Continued on Page :
Mn Henry Warner of Holland Williams former Homestead rtflAMts 1
In and Ground N. Y.. who are In Miami for tea plan to spend a few day In.
season visited Mr. and Mrs. Miami with Mrs. Hawkin broth-
Marter Sunday er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs
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Mn L. B. Sommen and Baby Mrs. & Feldman of Ashevllle,!I Sprayed Beans fi..
Wills Diane who was born Dec N. c., U expeclitd to arrive todayto
I were brought horn from UnWvaraity spend two week with her son Will Give You
tiotpiUl IB Coral Cabin In-lew and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Monday Paul f.oenar BlUer yieldsExperience

a MM J:. J Dyal has been Ill at br Mr. and Mrt.-E. ft Frtoche of has demonstrated
home for the put three week South Miami announce the birthof that PIt average
acre of bean sprayed with
a seven and three-fourths pound .
Mr. and Mrs C. H. SUm of daughter, Bertha Ruth In the PostGraduate Sulfodde will yield large
A by, Mat*., and their son, JCen hospital Friday.Miss a crop as two acres lusted
3 neth, have returned to tbelr winter CHEVROLET USED CARSWITIIANO.K.TIJATCOUNTS with Sulfur, ft if gives you
I home on Bauer drive. On the mort successive picking
way south they stopped In Hale- Betty Macey of Miami If you do .'t believe Ittryu
Beach spent the week-end herewith / Then you'll realize that
thorp to visit Mr. and Mn A> L.
+ I Carton when winter home is In Miss Helen Lehman. no longer can you afford to "
J I Redland near the Stone residence, seed, plant, cultivate fertllUe -
Geo. L. Swan who has been; and duet two acres to
i Mr. and Mrs! L. E. Shattuck of critically ill with pneumonia InSt save the spraying with Buifodde -
Springfield, Mais, and Lake Placid Frances hospital In Miami 1930 Chevrolet Coupe on only one acres
N. Y., arrived at their winter Beach I* reported to be rating
home on Sylvia Terrace Redland comfortably. 1931 Chevrolet Coach Commence spraying with
i; I last Friday Mr. Shattuck 1s Sulfoclde I ft tDO, just as

: Miami reporter.tar the New York Ills Jllnt.et Smith whp was 1931 Chevrolet Cabriolet your ground team come Keep throughthe new
HeraldTribune.Mrs. graduated from the Florida' State
College for Women |in June will) 1933 Ford Tudor especially growth covered just after and spray picking .
C. W, McEwen U .to the arrive Saturday from Tallahassee Start tofnatoes .
\ I Kendall hospital. recovering from to speed week with MUs Shirley 1935 Ford Deluxe Sedan and your
pepper eggplants
I.i an operation. performed Monday: Harknesi of Princeton. la the ted bed.
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Miss| Louise prannon, home 1934 The bet dealers |in Floridasell
Frank Townsend of Haverhlll.Maas. ,' tconorolcf Instructor .t Redland SWl cldo. It will pay
: ., |s spending the season with' High School plan to upend the you to (Waist on having it
i Mr. and Mrs W. *> Thayer In holidays with tier parents at A>k for feelpfvl leaflet,
{fed land. Doth.R011.. "S1.&lfocido' the Bean Spray".
Mr. Md Mrs A.FI4ro f+omrnare of Mr and Mr*. A. / Van M>rer B. G. Pratt Company
.. 0, arrived Ituodijr for a I entertained! several days this week
visit with their ton and daughter i Mr Van Mar er's cousins I ,' Mr 98 Homestead, Fla.I I HI pbwrrt BU )flow! York
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I '- bet parent.*, MA<< and Ruth 1 Uetfnw Xive-yeaivoU o'clock.A ; posed .4 Grady Cowan, I:. J. Graham -
: AND 1 Mr*. Arthur FUher, of Salem, Ind.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton pantomime "The Nativity",, Clement Russell Fred Vlh- .'
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t with their cousin. Principal and hospital for treatment this week. be furnished by an orchestra com I piano accompaniment
HOMESTEAD Mr Carl Wagner. Mr. Fisher
I II superintendent of schools In !
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Kent and -- --
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t (Continued From Page Twelve) Kent. arrived from Cleveland, 0..
I visit several day with Homestead *. Margaret Dar$ 1* planning -i in tor auto trailer Tuesday to t-.
friend to spend the Christmas holiday spend|h winter month (9 Home,
t with relative In Lpulivtlle, ttead. They are staying .t theeeb CHRISTMASTURKEY tI

Ky. on If, W. Third
Clayton Lehman who has been --
employed in Miami returned home
this week. Mr. and Mrs C, R. Glltt.md DINNERwith

and family plan to spend the Miss Wtfen Taylor of Miami ;
1 holiday with }iwlaUv to Vealfa. pent the wfek-end her with Miss all the trimmings
Dale Henderson, Carl Deden, Jr., UenHuft. i
john Walton Billy Geronimo, _
Mr. and Mr .
Chat. Elchenberger and Winifred Paul Bake are Miss tfaomt. BatU plant to '*.vMonday
expecting Mr. $1.00
Owen students of Rlveralde Military Baker father sad
t tq spend a week with her
sister from Ill I
Urbana, Where I
Academy at Gainesville, Ga. saothef pear Colqultt Pa,
Miss Baker 1* dean of t
arrived this week to spend the wprrvn at I
the University of Green Lantern Restaurant
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Christmas holiday with theirparents Silver Palm Program .
In the Redland District.
Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Muzzelle of Comes Sunday MorningA

MIA Loll Walker Miss Julia Miami Beach were guest last .' .,. ... .....
of Mr. and Christmas program will be 0"
Sunday Mrs. Tom Tor-
t.a Sullivan and Vernon Turner, who bert in Gould given at the !Silver; Palm Methodist :... .. ...f. .. .:. .
have been attending Stetson University -
Church Sunday morning at 18
o at DeLand, will arrive today
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to spend the Christmas holi. Mr*. A. W. Rule pent Tuesdayof
last week. in TitusvlU visiting
days.Mrs. with her sister Mrs. George F.

.,. Frank Skill, Mr*. Frank Duren.
I Suuu
Lucas and Min Ruth Murray of
I Mr. and Mn. Fleming Bowden
Princeton a meeting of
of Jacktonvlll the week-end
t pent
I the Dade County Girl Scout eounj -

j Coconut at the Grove Housekeeper Tuesday night Club to in den'l Homestead flster. Mrs.visiting E:. J. Pasjettl Mr, Bow, and .* ON THE B BOULEVARD \

bin brother nd eister-in-law, Mraii Y
E 0 Mr, Bryant Bowden "-'}rr;
Ceo. N. Wakefield win leave lo. ..--..- }
day for Gainesville Where be will Burton, Jr, e fnedlcal itudr
& spend a few day attending tobusiness entOt Emory University, Atlanta,1 A Complete

matter 1* expected to arrive in Homestead

o Tuesday for the holidays, accompanied -
i Mr*. R.Whlchard of Hattlesburg, II
by Dr. Debts a graduate -
Mlia, It expected Sunday to spend student at Emory, who Store
will Department
the ,
holiday with heraonlnIaw visit at the Burton home during
and daughter, Mr and the Christmas vacation.Mr. .
Mrs. Bevo Webb and her ion, I
. John Whichard. and Mrs. W. ... Buckley} of I
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Chicago and Miami, Mr. and Mr*
Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Pritchard of Clarence Demmer of Fort Lauder-
Atlanta and Mr*. Dougla Mc- dale and John Benzli of Melbourne The Home ofTen i Ii{

London of Douglaivllle Ga., pent spent Sunday at the grove horn h

Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. of Mr. and Mr*. A. G. Rub in Red-
and Mr*. J. J. McLendon.
Thousand GiftsTo
i-lIIl1' Mable Wllltam, art in.sttlictor
of the Homestead schools,
Plans to spend the holiday at her HWEAD HOME i
borne In Alva

LAUNDRY I reader, of the LEADERrENTERPRISE we wish to call particular at
Mr. and Mr*. Carl Field plan to

spend Christine with their con 1 tenfion to the following servicegflesjgned particularly for out-of-towji
and daughter-in-law the Rev. and 115 I S, W. 2nd ST,
Mr*. Howard Field in Lake Mary people.
where Mr. Field I* now pastor ot MIS. ALICE KErrr raop.
': the Lake Mary Church of the Na-

zarene. Cash and Carry Prices You may mail your packages at the U. S. Branch Post Office. Second

',+ Mr. and Mr*. E. B. Blackburnwill Marts Appliance Throughout ,
spend the Christmas holiday Floor. An extra branch for packages opened Thursday. Purchases gift

visiting Orlando,friend DeLand and Anna relative Maria and in -..- i i wrapped<<\ free on the Street floor. North Wing. De luxe wrapping of

Tampa. NEWT G. BALL I any packages for a small fee. Sears will lay away any gift until Dec. 21st

Mia Lillian Johnson of the Red- 1 ourr Public for a small deposit. Information Booth. center of Street Floor, South
land High School faculty plan to
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spend the holiday In Miami.
LI)f:8 i Wing. Largest Toy Show in Town.Christmas.

Mil Rebecca Fisher music Instructor *4 v. Rre s. ,
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Sunday.assistant 10 a. m. and Preaching pastor.Keacbag Sunday at at 7:80 scbeel U every p. m.at!: CLASSIFIED ADS '

r The Churches II IIlT1ST on tint Sunday of month.METHODIST. I !l .

FREE: : I I RATS: First touerUon 10* a line; subsequent Insertions i

8* a lint I \
Forlda City-Mrs. :Ernest Warren -
: &\ CHURCH Sunday schedule: Holy Eucharist school II I
pastor. Sunday

HamestoA*-The Rev C. N.I Sunday with hymn school and at sermon':U a,at m;I YoungPeople's a. m.; 10 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m, and I FOR RENT tree spinach ISo Ib.; lemons 29e

Walker, pastor. Sunday.school Ind Service League at 6.30: 8 p. m.; Junior meeting e.30 j pm..; dos.; okra, market price; cards

10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. at parsonage on Avocado drive.p. Young Peoples' meeting 7:15. I FOR RENT-Fumtvhed house. Apply Jelly. Mrs Ceo. W. Kosel, Sr.,
1 .. Prayer and class meeting 'T.SO A. Ttbbits Luuoott Plummer Dr. and Redland' Rd.
MM! 'WO: p. m.; RY.P.U. at p. Tuesdays: Holy Eucharist at 8 I,m. Mrs. B. ,

prayer services Wednesday at Fridays: Holy Eucharist at 'T a. m. Thursday. residence, Longvlew. (p d 'U) FOR SALE
-Ripe oranges, tangerines -
1:30. p. m.Dee. except tint Friday of month when Dee. Christmas program FOR RENT-Upstairs apt on grapefruit, fryers, eggs,

tt-Mornlnfi sermon corporate communion of Woman's .. .. .... Kings Highway by S. H. Fitch.P Dr. Shanklin Grove, H mile

.n The First Chrlabnaa"1eveDlqI Auxiliary at 0.30 Is followed by ( d U) west of Florida City. o3Vtf( )
business meeting. Holy days as PRINCETON M. E.Dt .
Christmas song service

sad sermon en "The I announced- *. IS-Sermon at IMS FOR SALE MANGO CHUTNEY 3o an ox. ell
Sic a pint Jungle Grove.
Christmas. Song." Dee. M Christmas tree on "Babe of Bethelehem" by

Dee S3 Christmas programat I and program at 7:30. I the Rev. L. G. Adams. At 7.45 LAST MINUTE GIFTS Patchwork GUAVA JUICE |I per galton.

7:31. educational motion picture i pillow tops with backs 40c Jungle Grave Redland.

Dee 81-Annual meeting EVANGELICAL LUTHERANSt -When Jesus Was Born* and fancy and plain aprons 30o up.

ot church at 7 P. m.Goulds John's--Redland; the Rev. special music and Bible study I Mrs"Bertha: Edwards, Redland FOR SALE Guavas" So lb., only j jin

Geo. M. Poth, pastor. Sunday arranged by Leo L Peyser.PEN1ECOKTAL road north of Plummer Drive. small quantities. June) } '
-The Rev. Noah Peterson Grove: Redland.
pastor. Sunday school at 10 school each !Sunday! at 10 a. m. i (P
at 11 and English service on second Sundayof CAIUSSAS lOa qt. CUTTINGS +
a. m.; preaching a. m. FOR SALE Delco electric light
U. at 6.30 each month at S p. m. and German Gould -Rev. John H. Stroud And SMALL PLANTS for sal.
T:30 p. m.; B. Y. P. : p. m. and water outfit, complete. In
Prayer service 7:30 p. m. Wed service on fourth Sunday at pastor. Sunday school at t.43: ; the running order. W. Dunlop Mrs. Ceo. W. Kosel, Jungle

nesday. I p. m. preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Silver Palm drive at NaranJa Grove Redland road and Plum-
people's meeting at 8:30:
m.; Young
CATHOLIC METHODIST EPISCOPAL I p. in.; Ladles' prayer circle, Tues road. (pd 25) GLADIOLUS BULBS ..Pltardy.the ,

.. Florida.Cllr Community Church day at 2:30: p. m. Mid-week prayer FOR SALE Broilers SOc each; most spectacular and moil
ef the Sawed Heart-
service Thursday at 7:30 p. m. fryers 30c Ib; fine young turkeys beautiful gladiolus ever produced.
-the.Riev. C. G. Nelson
nB. B. Second avenue, Homestead; pastor. '
Flesh to salmon pink color. ,
for Christmas." I wirehaired
tthe Rev. James Cloonan, paitor. Cburch..chool at 10 a. BLJ preach- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Vigorous and well
grower adapted -
'gA0. Midweek feijule..puppies,. $10 each.
'-ftIUIm."WWIrd81 p..ro. prayers
ttlCRCUHomtistnai fian juien .1WDliIL..cWvt. to Florida conditions. Hmh-
.blo.stady Wednesday at -- i_ ,
at?taiatmday4btlbwi.".1Ir r 1
Phone 2311. (d II) eat quality bulbi, large Stan $2.2S
1-IO, at
.. fi-Weleek-wens avenue
g 100 medium Size
I per $1.50 per
*the-tlrlt' N. "l Ith street; the Jtev. C. L, Nelson -
ltedind t"'ommuatty ah.nh.Rev. FOR SALE-Household furniture 10, poitpald. Orders for ship
4 Sunday ''at-month. tor..men and minister. Bible school at clectrle refrigerator stoves ment
'Ct G. Nelson, rugs by express not prepaid
boys the second Sunday of month. 19 a. m.. preaching at U a. IlL I '
Church school at 10j; prelt Mid-1 'beds, chalt'-iinka'; drala- large sire $1.60 per 100 medium

Holy hour Thursday before first lOMMruTXeague at 6.3i. and I p. m. Young peoples' meet board. Will exchange for desirable size '1.10 per hundred. No order

J'rIdIIr1)fmonth it ':45 p. mvMess week yr78l1' and Bible study Ing at 7 p. m.Dee. I royal palms or rich soil accepted for tot than,2. Special -
lint Friday at 130".m. Eene- nnll"1-.rJ:30.: I i 2t-Morning: sermon on for flower beds. R. H. Don it prices per 1000.1:.T.Driver,
diction of the Blessed.Sacrament Kenney 10th tt N. W. Boyklns
"A Christmas Message"; even- grove, ,
after mass.JfecvStMkUlctt.. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, I I me: pageant, "Prepare Ye the phone 522-W. (n 27 d 11) Va.LOST '

-'SOUTH! I I Way." Highway chairman of
.....DN.. ,... CioO.._.- "kPee young people1 meeting: Betty
Clt..h-llome- fruit trees. Reason
d WIII6e.,""" ks i lectrlcity LOST Woman's hand bag eOn-

t a.*tter 1 e'cleck mass.s stead; the Rev. A. A. Koeitllne Blake. able. Joe Dels, N. Broadway, I tents valuable only to owne-.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH pastor. Sunday school at 1.30: a. Dee. XI-Christmas program Florida City. (p d It) I Reward. Mrs. W. E. Koon IIS
and tree. Box supper for young
m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and T.30: N. W. Third St (pd 18)
4r,.S1raltb, fear arn.AwQ .gad p. m .,, Junior League at 2:30: p. people before pregrasa.BflRITUALIST FOR SALE!:-.One. Fordson tractor I 1

Sixth! street Sunday school at m; KLLesgue at II:" p. m.; Senior I TfcMFLK OF with extension rims front and' MISCELLANEOUSPIANO r

i9:4is. nxfor pupils under 20 years League at 7 p.' m. Prayer meeting -\ rear. See C. R Shaw or J. A.I h

Of age; morning service sit 11 at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. TRUTH Pollard, Jr. Box 476. (p d 18) I TUNING vow repairing..

lock Wednelld .'I'VeIIiDcwhlcb'lnclude'1eItImol' **- Homesttsd-branch of Miami FOR SALE Kohler I Good used piaito for sale cheap 4
: light plant.
tiers all Deo. IT--Homing menace: Spiritualist Tempi ot Truth inWoman' W. E. Koon. 1H N. W. 3rd st.
.. of the' Manser" I' 110 volt 2.000 watts. Leo Ber-
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:of and and 410 N. W. Eighth
healing experiences re- Club I
& Silver
necker Krome avo.
marks on Christian-Science, 8 p. special Christmas mnsle by the avenue. Men's Bible class and REAL ESTATEREAL 11
Palm drive. (pd 18)
;;m. The public is cordially invited I choir; evening messsare "The ;young people' lyceum at 7.IS: p.1m. I

440 tI /Imd. Burning Bush"! special mnslo. .; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobsonat FOR SALE=Citron, fresh, or pre ESTATE-Tlioa. who want '

Deo. Christmas program 7.4S: ; lecture and messages al served. Tropical tomato mine to buy or sell Redland District

t. Dee. tt Lesson-sermon and .tree at 7:30 p. nu 7:30. meat and sandwich filling, 8 reM estate wlU find up-to-date

.. topics"Is the Universe, Includ. listings in our otllce. Many ot
ox 20c; pint 3Sc.: Calamondlns In
lag Man Evolved by Silver nab Community Church Deo. t Christmas tree, thew listings art still at subnormal -
lOc Mrs. W.
small lots qt. Geo.
A&camlo'I H. G. Cowan pastor. I
< Rev. ,
FewerIf I Sunday school every Sunday at 10 and program at I p. m. Kosel, Jungle Grove. prices. We shall appreciate -
either inquiries M
t. CHURCH OF CHRIST services on first, your
I a. m.; preaching R. I. RED FRYERS-Live or your listings i all of

f Homestead-First avenue and third and fifth Sundays at 11 a.I PUBLIC AUCTIONAll ed. Free delivery in city. have our best attention., IoIt is

N. I m. and 8 p. m. 535-M. McEwen Poultry dreu-1 the time to buy. B. W. Morris
( W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton, the personal property of the ,

minister Bible study at 10 a. m.; Dew Christmas program I late Robert O. Williams, eon- now sssoclated with IL A. Cameron ,
'FOR SALE Cartons
communion fellowship and at 1* a. m. Motion picture. paling ofHOUSEHOLD N. W. lit St. In Citizens

> preaching at 11 .. m.; preaching at TVhen Jesus Was BOat I FURNITUREAND I oz. sealed Jars of Florida I Bank BId. Phone 72.

iT.39, : p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 6:49: p. nuPrincetee SMALL TOOLS cal jelly. Especially Mrs TroPI.1

at 7.30: p. mCHURCH I Will be sold, at public suction gifts. PrIce 100. WANTEDWANTED

f .. The Rev. H. G. Cowan I by the undersigned on R. Edwards Homestead,

:I OF GOD pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adams, 1, Redland Rd. (n 20 U) 24-ln. or 34-ln/ circular .-
Sat. Dec. 19 2 p. m.
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cross-cut with or
JJ Homestead-608 N. W. First I I Sale will be held on the prem- FOR SALE Chayotes 75c: a I saw,
without arbor. J. R. Brooks
f avenue; J. H. Dodson, minister. LEGAL l lass situated en writ aide ef I doz.; Chinese spinach 8c lb.;
Homestead Phone 78. (dll if)
Sunday Dixie HUhwar H ml. north of
school at 9:45
: a. I
m.; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TRW Biscayne Drive. I U S. ....to.. .tat._ M ._... aadBMIIMI ,
preaching at 11 .. m. and 7:30 p.m. ELIVJlNTH: : JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN. Williams Executor. I II at the Federal Roam Act. ..I I LEGAL NOTICES
an.ad.d..hall July 1, IM7.Br
I Junlar Y. p. at 6:49: p. m. Prayer aaaw
CHANCERY NO. IMII-C ....*. al the Bad of Directors. ,
(meeting, 7.30: p. m. Wednesday. Joseph C. Raid. Cemplalnanl. w. PalarGalatta I J. ... UeLENDON, Ca.hbr." NOTICE or APPLICATION FOR TAX
aad Io.It... tloranca P. Oalatli. ...
t+CHVRCH OF THE NAZARENE NIo....... P. II..... .nd kk .,t.. Bmta M' NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX 10ea.M. ID) <.......ntru Bill N. Ill)
Harsh. Gaorra J. RamMr, imam Dalian.Coaaaiairlil .I' DEED IN THE COUNTY VD<:a". COURT IN NOTICE IS HfcKCHt: UIVKN thai S D.
,>|; Bank Trust c-...,. MnaMaa. NOTICR M HEREBY GIVEN: tintreP..a AND' rile 040111 COUNTY FLOR. LEIC.: ........ at ..... and Ooo.'. T..
Homestead-The Rev. W. H. aM Miami Bank a Trust Com.r. C H. T. MARTIN, bald., .. aa. IDA. IN" PROBATI.: Cantflmta Nil f IN limited the Std thy atAiwurt b
I Parker, pastor. Sunday school at pan aa Trusty Defead .... MarWata City of Hialeah T.. Certificate Il Met C8TATR!: OP RORFRT o. WILLIAMS A.. D. 111 has filed Mint u, Mrarapmy
FW..... Numbered 4. a and e. dated lat oar ALIAS R. 0 WILLIAM ..I.... sad has ard& wpllatbm In tea
19-49: a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m.Und NOTICE or BALE of A...... A. D. 1M7. ben filed Mid. CartlftoatM dead M lie issued U._.. RAW fertlf/-/ ,
T p. m.; N. Y. P. S. andtfunlon Notlea la lunar a-Hw* that sale aa4 kr I In mt afftaa.' and ka" made application NOTICR TO fRRDITORs lOin ambr.ew the fdlaw/nr descried
virtue of the iiotkarlty af Ida final aWna far ... dart to W lMa.d tana.aa T. A" iN4It: sad All P.m-.e H0.g la the County af Dada. II.... <4PbrMa.
meeting at fl.SO p. m.Vfwyer.neeting af oraalaaai.. iitataa br ... at tka Juan i an ..i MdiaM vita Mw. ald CartUt. Claim w Aessions saw _.., kvwhlBVtafNWHafNWtiof
af the OraaH Cart lit and for Dada Coo" .. follawlni. daatnaad .. aWUua
Wedneaday-even Mi m"tka Y_ and awls d an Ismael Ratified NKU: -
Una T fS' .......... aa laa Silk day af J_ 117, pcp.rty..1-awl In MM Oaaatr af Dada.Stata end .passed 0. Present any el.hm.d II. Tawmhla SS Mouth, Haaar MKM
p.-m. la that awnala MUM la Mid man _cI-. of Florida. to-wHt arav.ii..*. which ,., ar either af cm. !, aaalalalni acna aura ar !b.. in
:t low la which aaapk O Reid la UM rum.pl.lmnt Lot T, Blork 1. HlalMk Original. lathe mar ka.a aralnat/ the artata ., Roaart o. the Caaalr af Dada state of fI........
Dee M-evening: sermmt .... Paler OalaUi aaa wlfa, riar.aaea CUt al HlaMk. Coanly Hi Dada, Wllllama, allM R. 0. Willie.d.eem.d. The aMinaiiBt, ., Mid prapany seder. i
teylet. P. -tt.l lilt'". Nlckolal P. Harrla and State af PVarlda.aa awkracad la c.r. j Into af Wa.M.toa Cool.... Po Mrl 1....., the Mid aMIflrata/ wand won la tki aaaw
"National .8iI_ ef the. .... J. Raah
Sammie M. -Ha. Ganrn tit,.... N.. 4. The Miaamrai lMM te the Hon W. F Blantoa. Comity Judaaaf all MRS. I. B. SAVAUB.
4 Thnee", a sermon OB the ref- a-rT JamOaHon, CoManmlal Dank A. / arapaitr ...... the MM CartlffcMta Dada County, al kk affW. la the Co.- Unions Mid ...."..... ahall ... ...*.... f
j erenoste the of Christi Truat Company. M Trustee, and Miami. I bra was !. the MM af UN. .I tr CaartnouM ta Dada CFIor"'.,j .d te.nrdlse law the P"swrtS d..etld I
coming I
book sad Trust Coaipaar. aa an I KNOWN. a-Hkla alchl Mlaadac amitk from the tb.r.ln .NI .: a.1 o the b/rhset/ b.M.,
Dee. U-Christmas program the _den'". L H. H. bl.. the pa.lal. Lot I. Slash, I, Hlataaa 0rIIr''' la data af the firma uklloattoa krraaf. Saidilakat at Ow C w4-hoe. door a the fire Ms
11& 7:31 rants appolalad fcr the aaart la aiaaa U I the City af Hlatoab. Caaat W Dada ar daauuida M ka swan la sad ara.antad I day t. the math ot 10....... IN' .high '
.... af __ Involved la thu IonelMura. af Florida. aaiknoad In .
I SOU M Or.tlftaala M afanaald ar Mma will at karrad. In the 41k day d January. 1557.Dated
aHII offer for Mia ability the, N., I. The ae.w.rnt af rid Died Paailnk I, A D. 1MCASPER I I this led day d Deomals. ,. P-110, {
j Princeton--the Rev. C tt Con- tear at tW final d.e.Is ski.we.. at property order tka MM Cortlffeatak WILLIAMS.As L B. IIATHKHMAN.Cbrk: i
> don aakHa army to .ka, kllkaat and limit bid-., aad WM !I. the aaaia of VNKNOWM. Baanrtor of Ika lAM Will eat TaMaaural I af ClrraH f. "H.Cada .
Pastor Sunday school at 8:45: ; em for aMh at the aaalk doer af the Coaa.IT Lot S. Block I. Hialeah Orkrlnal. la af ........ O. WUIIaaa. allM R, O. county, n-iida) l
T raachug at 10.49: a. m. and 7:30 Oaar gosh II".I. Dada Cau.tl. the CKr of Hialeah. Cmintr o! Dada, Wlll-.... 'ClnaH court t>alBy I
: ,p.m.Junior : Florida. an dan af Jantar In1.lIotn State of Floltda, M amaraead III Or.tttlaate rival. a Dw-saber Int. R 0 f y
meeting at 8:30 >'OUngpeople's C-.E:
; A. U and ItM : \
of IliM ri'i
UM hours Ma. .. Tko ofMM II III. Is. fan: 1s. 1551 1 1 I ; d. II, ice. M l
;; meeting .at 630.: Prayerjnerting P. M. the macs kalae' a total Mia dar artBon prapartr under lbs MM Crrtlfl.MM i 1
> Sinews being tka Mnl kaan af Mia. haaat wan I* UM aaata af UN
; Wednesday at tTS< f. m.
Ika foUaarhnr arapartr described ta Mid KNOWN. I
Q trial 4.ee.w ...... i VnlaM dolt. CarttflMtM ....11 la M.diinid i ;
EPISCOPAL Nor NI d 1the9glawyew
worth Mm aim la law tea dad will
mn-Q! af tki HitnhiaTl IHar4ar I IBM ..- a* UM Had dar at OMM- COW MANURE 1
4 ... ...'-& K.JSeeoDdweaue (NE51' af a..Nsw Taial+a.a Wr A. D. 11M.
( TavaaM.SI mile Ranaa 4tIKaM. ..and I.*41W 1 -., "S55.E. "
( nd Fourth street; Homestead; the ; and wa Saatkaaat QvartarIHWUI S. UA'MtlaIlA"!: r

t.... Win. C. Taylor, Jr. pastor. ) af UM MankwaM Quarter Clark Be Clank c-t.. FOR SALE
INWHI af Sanwa Twsayfn (Ml.Tawaaa lIMe c..all/ .-
tJ. *> M Saotk Raaaa <1 Raal.aaalaialnf ClfeaP'k.15 Ioal.
P .aa anaaMwa ar U>a. all Br M. D. o.Nar. .
,. Dada Coo.... Plortda M the MaM ( :: Irh. Ill 9t.l
; 'I !_....., waned '- UaOfNMaf tka
,Girt at the drtalt Cast ta and one

*.BH. AMBUUNCH mama ,Dada .OaualT.at .......Florida.llkttad. .. Dada. c-... ...... ta the NOTIClfaiiMal a ai_laiia at ...... ALPINE GROVE DAIRY
104 at MM skins Act af ..... aerie.I t.l\
lady Attendant M"t"tSttarSu.SpaHal : I bassist ttrca by. The Pint National ....
MaM la Chastiser.axorzARN of ._...*. In .aa .Mr af Hianama North Krome Avenue '
Phone II ...011.1I:1.10tlTi. : ante af ".....,. HIM ... NaMIMr limn < i i
.. r II4-R Hafa.a ad. Tr. !I Ika.Metm.o' sketm.* lu'aoawM .. . .- -
..... : .. .. I..;>> 1 ftoei *y tat ymWaw at SnHial 4,//1 _' ,

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Par* gfoteen .. TII1i tEAtrM ;NTERPRJS Friday, December 18, 1926 i



Mrt. W. W. Befery, torrMpo.- FLOUR51b.pkg.29c FRUITCAKE
....--..-- 0 a

S of Mr.Hartford and ,Mrt.Conn George and H.Mr.Todd and I IMrI. 2 lb. can ... $1.00
Ralph tfctmond,also e ,arrived TlMada,. Mr. and I
Mrt. Todd will leave for Clearwater N. I;. Co'.. EMPRESS e 1 Chas &; Sanborn
after a short Visit with
friend her. Mr and Mra. Det- Cookies COFFEE
mond will remain for the teaton.

Local friend-have received word Ib ......... 19c Friday and Saturday Specials Ib ....r a.... 27c '
that J.W. Nslrfi of Detroit,ownerof
Florida: City property, died last
week leaving bit wife, a am anda

property have daughter.of been years.Benjamin*wnr.winter Mr.* her and visitor for Mrs a Nairn number and Sugar (bulk) 5 Ibs. only 26c

ftllverman and Mr. tttlowLABEL DEL NON whit eR yeltoW

two and Mr children*.Sam arrived Sllverman from and Brooklyn their COCONUT, can ..r..rro.rerr IQc CORN, cart ................... 15c
N. Y* Monday to visit their W

Morrlt uncle and Silverman aunt, Mayor of Florid and City Mrt. COCOA, Baker's 1 lb. can ...: .. 15c SUPER SUDS, 3 pkgs. .... ....... 25c
They found Mayer Silverman
.I much improved health.Sam 811verman OCEAN SPRAYCRANBERRY! I EXTRA SPECIAL
Hal faked hU family to
Miami Where he Will go Into buttneat. SAUCE, can ?.. 16cNO CRISCO,31b.cait .._.......... 59c
Benjamin Silverman left
Wedhetday to return to hit homeIn ,. CAN OAWVLfJCA'f9

Brooklyn BLACK BERRIES ......_...... IQc PUMPKIN, 2 No. 2/2 cans u... 25c
Jot DOXM received word Saturday FANCY .
of the death of hit motherin WHOLE GRAM

Moline, HI. It ICE, 5 Ibs. ..-...... ...... ... 23c LAUNDRY SOAP, 5 bars .__.... 9PIUUSS
1 H. N. Brown hat relieved Mr.
DOXM aa station agent here. Mr.
rlne.Doxte It now stationed at Per- BROWN SUGAR,4 Ibs. .....r .r.oj 25c Hard Water Soap, 3 bars... .... lOc

Billy from Geronlmo Riverside-I I. expected Military today Our ORDER Our J1

Academy In Gainesville Oa Her Now
II Christmas
will spend thu holidays with hU Are 1Right YOUR Turkey ArelRight
parent Geronimo.M. and Mr*. WnI.. .. II IIA.riy

1 Free The Methodist Chrhrtfllai Church program Will at the be Brand MIXED CANDY, lb. .:. ....+..: 15c Heinz Fir,Date of PlumPUDDING
given Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. MILK
There will be Christmas treats for 1 L&
y all and cfadU toll Certificates and 3 tall cans... 22c Covered can _..__ .... 33c
promotion certificate to the bglnneri *- Chocolate Cherries.a.& 39C
clam will be given.
.1. a Christmas The Florida tree City and school program will have today PEACHES Guava Paste lb.pkg.15cj;2/i Ibs.35c Tomato Ketchup
at 1 'clock in the school
hoUlt.i No. 2% can ...15e 2 ]Ig. bottles. 25cARMOUR'S
Diamond Walnuts, lb. ... .oo.... 29c

Far West

i ROVE Fresh Prunes BRAZIL NUTS, lb. ...... ..... 29c Tomato Juice

COCONttt GROVE No. 2 i can ..15c PECANS, paper shell, lb. ....... 29c 3 cans .. .... 25c
Sk.wt I Mil t Admission IS*
i MadaM Stl Sat. and... ..Bulb.. X"daadsy I
Monday Tuesday
1i DM.Jl. M, K


POTATOES, 10 Ibs .....h..... 31c BACON, lb. ..... 34c

Yellow Onions, 3 Ibs ....... ... lOc Country Roll Butter, lb. ....! ,.. 38c

Sweet Potatoes, 5 Ibs ."...."... 19c Western Chuck Roast ... .... 20c
few e.Weedego +

!; 01A. k-0040 tort APPLES, 4 lbs ... ........ ."... 29c STEAKS, Ib ... ...4... .. .....27C
Nlneef efeel

............ .. 13c HAMS, lb. ...____ __... 26c


GAYhOR TANGERINES, dozen ..lie ..... lOc BEEF STEW, 2 Ibs. ............ 25c

RENOTt01111A REDLAND ORANGES, 2 doz. .. 35c COPELAND'S SAUSAGE, lb. ... 38c



Bake a Fruit Cake
E Off Standards, qt; .... 59cINGREDIENTS
We have all the -
f 4 a Extra Selects, qt. 73e