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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00110
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXV-NUMBER 6 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 6,1937 PRICE FIVE CI N1'S :





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To'CoincideVith Crop Harvesting
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BYCITYIFD.S.MONEY i Florida City Raises $36; $100,000 Additional Is Requested "

Negro schools In South Dade clpsls, teachers and patrons of the Flood Relief Aim Is $100 I\ for Study of if
will probably have their vacation I I schools ind endorsed by school I Wild LifeCONGRESsTOLU
period during the midwinter hap !trustees knd cltlaena, there Is little i -
'vest months of January, February reasoiMd believe it can not be I Florida City raised a total of OF
] FAILSCouncilman I I $58 for flood relief halt of which
and March next year, as the result Inaugurates at least by then. I
went to the Red Cross and half to HIGHLAND PROJECT
of a recommendation made by i I Advocates of the plan point out the Salvation Army, In aceord- : .. ..
Mrs C. N. Walker of Homesteadat 1 I that it would allow pupils of ate
once with a vote taken ram $74,000 Item for Water
a meeting of the county board I sufficient strength and age to workin :
Frank Rue to meeting held last night In
of public instruction Wednesday : the fields as vegetable pickersat the town hall at th tfldllf'<<; of Mayor I, Control in Section
Contact Rotes andFLOOD when she served as chairman. v a time when labor Is scarce and I Morris SUvermun [/ Near Florida City
c.'Of C. Ml'lt Walker said last alu&t that at the same time it would resultIn I '
subscribed to
--=:.,... existing contracts with teachers keeping the negroes In school Forty dollars was One million dollars for the establishment
POSTPONED and lack,of preparation fort such longer than they now stay As the fund al the matt meeting A I Everglades National
an arrangement at the beginning it is now a large percentage of them flood relief campaign committee Park;, at the Radland Districtwestern
REBUILDING! BY WPA ot the present school year made It quit school permanently as soon as composed of Edward Stung, chair boundry. and $100-
Impractical to make the change they are old enough or big enoughto man, lira. Marlon Mattson and 000 for studying the problems
Officials to Be Seen In Final until next season but since the work the fields, whereas, Mrs. Ruth Painter was appointed ,of management and development ?
eln the Florid City quota set at
has been suggested by prln- I and '
to Get plan under new plan they couldadd of wild life In the park, were
Attempt $100 by those presentThe
I to the family earning during among expenditures recommendedin
:Action on ProjectIn the harvest season without falling campaign will continue un- a report of the national resources .
FLOOD RELIEF I till the goal of $100 U met. Mayor '
behind the rest of the class said committee which: Preyident
view of the that Sllverman yesterday
possibility In both Roosevelt sent to congress
With a bumper crop potatoes
federal .funds Jor.the_WPA-=-p- FUND)NEAR $800 and tomatoes coming on,1 1i Wednesday
prove4 projecr the recommended
to rebuild Another Item for
art Ibced-witti a threatened
fsrmert
Homestead. swimming pool will 'i shortage ot labor at the height 1 40 MOTOR CARS IN Immediate .ootis1riirtfc: ...* 1M I
not bit forthcoming soon because IN HOMESTEADContributions the ...IOft.Arranrementa. amounting to nearly ten million
of relief needs in the floodstricken 101 were made at POTATO dollars for Dads County, Wit the
areas, a proposal that the City Wednesdays meeting of the school ANNUAL I water control project in Highland
patch the leaky floor with the Still Accepted board for holding the millage and I farming section south and west of
"sponsor's contribution" -win be trustee elections for the ten districts TOUR THURSDAYFields : Florida City The expenditure i
considered by the Redland DistrictChamber Mrs. E. J. Dyal of the county on April 13. I recommended was $74.COO.
of Commerce and the AnnouncesWhile Another drainage and flood con
Homestead R6tarV Club, the two and Test Plots Are 'trot project recommended was
organbaiiona/ whip led in raising the I Intensive flood; relief COUNCIL PICKSMANAGER 15,000 for Studies In the vicinity: )
funds for the project. drjvft Is pvfr contribution Viewed by Farmers of the Miami River.
The proposal, first made by I to : rue can still be and ShippersForty "-

(Continued On gage Jour) made Mrs ,$. J. Dyal, chairmanof NEW Bible Claw"Will i Meet
the rnayeVl committee said motor ears carrying potato In Legion Park Sundays i
yesterdayIV/ she reported a total CAMP growers and shippers joined the
Anti-Noise Ordinance TRAILER
i annual Dade County potato tour' An open air interdenominationalBible
Passed aa 'EmergencySerene Contribution may b* made to I conducted by Charles H. Steffanl clan will be started In Legion
--- Mrs Dyal or left with the chamber county agent, yesterday park Sunday morning at 10 ;
quiet' should reign In of commerce office secretary who $2.50 Weekly to Be Cbarg. The effects of different methods clock by the Rev A. A. Koest-

Homestead If tie ordinance pass will turn them over to Mrs Dyal ed For Parking/And ot growing potatoes. were> observed ,lint, pestor of the Homestead
ed by the city council as an emergency Forty-two dollars was realized Facilities in the fields Positive results Methodist Church. A special

measure/Monday night Isstrictly fbr the relief fund from 70 pet Sanitary............ could] not be known until the crori',Invitation Is extended to all packing : -
enforced. cent ot the President's ball proceeds Is dug, Mr. Steftanl and the other house employees
Radios, hdbells.. whistles and Saturday night The Junior The new municipal trailer camp letders of the tour said I U the weather la bad the class
musical Instruments are among which sponsored the ball dug was placed under the managementof Among the fields visited was will meet In the council chamberIn
the disturbers of pease that must down Into the proceeds of last D O Norton by the Homesteadcity that belonging to J M. Holferty, the city haIL
be enjoyed with discretion. Evan yrsj-s Presidents ball and Into council Monday night where Mr Steffml Is collaborating -
arrived here from
greater silence must be observed Its own treasury for enough to' Map Norton in some teats on quantities of THE WEATHER''
within 150 feet of a hospital or a build this contribution to $100. Detroit In October with the Intention fertilizer and soil amendments HtleUI" MOiw MX* ..Mi.tuMro..l...
school or church while these- are' All three of the subscription pf making his home In the Other fields viewed were those a.nia..a 'IM. laa. _. _.
In session booths were patronized generouslyall Redland District He has been of W. J. Vick who is experimenting,: baAllInI11IDj1lar.( ) .I Ril'w
Guns may not be fired and fireworks day and far Into the night Saturday associated with the trailer camp with fertilizer, the North Dakota,I Jan 29 _..I I 87 |180 '30.10|
.or other combustibles may! On Sunday the church business for four yean and I is him seed certification plbt on land belonging Jan. 30 .....1" 68 130.081| .1)2) ,
not be exploded without the writ congregations dug into their pockets self living in a trailer bouse. According to James Sottile, and the Jan. a.L i 55 I
,ten permission of the mayor. The gallantly for 8 flood relief offering to his agreement with the Subtropical: Experiment Station'I Feb, r-::.. -I 15 I 54 {SO.12|
sounding of sirens Is to.be an exclusive after donating to the regular I councilmen, the city will finish the truck crop farm I Feb. J .,.I I/ ItIt I III' 130.09Feb. / :
right of ambulance drivers collection plats Even the (Continued on Page Twelve) At the experiment station farm 3 .. .' I 90 3018| '
and law enforcement officials colored churches did their part (Continued On Page four) j Feb 4 .. .. ..I I 77 1 SI ,,80.111h I
The ordinance seeks to eliminate with a total collection ef lit.SO, as j 65 Farmers in Dade .

any houses known as public nuisances did the colored Odd Fellows lodge, Show No InterestIn Somebody Getting Worried?
Business establishments with contribution of $10. ChecksWith
Treasury
allowing unnecessary: noise may In accordance with a policy I O.
Several weeks ago the Leader-Enterprise engaged Edgar
have their licensee cancelled.: adopted at the outset of the cam, solicit
their applications for pay- Schulx, an experienced newspaper circulation worker, to :
Violation of the ordinance may palgn,on recommendation ft May*I ment of conservation benefitsall new subscriptions and renewals and to collect or adjust back sub
Invoke; a $100 fine, 10 days In jail,. or Harris, no list of contributions filled out and awaiting only scriptions. Mr, Schuli has been doing his Job courteously: ,
or both. J win be published reasonably and effectively. ;
their signatures, some sixty-five Judging from Tuesday Issue of the Redland District News
growers out of 12S ellglbles have the success of Mr SchuU. work has somebody worried We ere
Victims IdentiC/ air in Lake Wales not yet taken the last step that tempted to set the matter straight item by Item and make a few +
I remains between them and a check allegations,, of our own, but we will be content with quoting the

As Men Wh/Held up Western UnionDeputy from County the Agent United C. H.States Steffanl treasury said, following lines from Edgar A. Guest Father Advice: t

I last night "H takes a dog to fight a dog! Post that above your shelf)
sheriffs weii expectedto Miss Sybil Snowden, operator, He urged that all growers who When canines come and snarl at you, don be a dog )'ounelt.And
return to Miami last night or and Billy Radford and Leo Conner filed work sheets on their farms later, when you're older grown and petty men attack:
this .morning with two men des messenger boys,who were on duty', last spring and whose farms were Don't stoop to pick up stones to throw, don I try to answer beck;
cribed as the CremUlion brothers when the robbery took place, were surveyed during the summer as to Just walk right on and. pay no heed to anything they say
who were arrested In Lake Wales taken to Lake Wales Monday and performance on the soil eonservs- And very soon they 11 give) It up and turn and run awsy

Monday and Identified there TUBS. returned Tuesday after having' Uon program, come to the county "It it a very ancient dodge these petty minds employ.
dar by Homestead Western Union identified the OremUlion pair by agent office, Homestead, and sign the gods tint angry make the man they would destroy,
employees as the masked bandits their voices, complexion. build the applications for payment He llt, dogs and little men who snarl behind your back
mho held up the local: telegraph color ot eyes and clothing. I wishes to clear up last year's work Will only snarl the louder if you answer their attack:
office late Saturday abt and escaped The two men are believed also 1937 program starts And they'II have don the very thing they started out to doIf '
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Two THE LEADEH ENTERPRISE Friday, February 5, 193'..

t I Fair Official Issues by M firms.
SERIES Funeral Services Held 'FLOOD IS TOPIC I TIM Wild West show of Jack
REPORT For Mrs. Chan. Cappallo Challenge to Grower ffoxie. former movie star, is the


BEGUN HERE BY Fun sal service for Mrs Martha -'I AT MEETING OF I A challenge to fruit growers ot, 11II4I.featured.,.,. attraction to be composed, ot the of fair the

the Redland District ww I issued Royal Palp Shows
of the DISTRICT LIONS this week by Harry C. Really. announced. that space for com-
Charles CappaUa, owner
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SUBTROPICALTo superintended of the citrus display
Oppalto Farms and Cuppello'spacking
I of the Dade County Tropical
houee at Princeton, were Chief Silver TongueTo
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Fair, in I message which sold
Give Progress of Testa bejd In the Ahem Funeral Dr. Everett HomeIn S. Packing House Service I among other things: Sing Here TonightChief
Miami Saturday Donated for 2 Cars of .. '
Carried on by Experiment Smith, pastor ot the First Christian "You have heard It said that Silver Tongue; of the Hoo-

StationThe Church, was in charge of the ser Grapefruit I If a man makes a better mousetrap pa tribe In northern California, a .
vices. the world will beat a path toM singer well known from coast to >

of irimeo- Mrs. Cappalto wa wpm 80 years The'C+h o River flood although door' True only If he lets coast will jappear in a special
Brit of aerie
I the pregrsofIn of age died Trial In Jackson far oawy from Silver Palm hid the world know that he ho* It. musical program at the Homestead .
graphed report carried on on by the Memorial Hospital after an illness Its Influence on the meeting 91 "People from all over the world Methodist Church Friday night at
"MlgaUons Experiment Station of two weeks She end Mr. Cappal the Radktod. District Lines Club,I iwUl be at the fair,, and we must ':30.

Subtropical w ,. ,issued last week It Is a pew lo lived in Princeton for two years' Tuesday tight 1 show them an-ea- producing The pobUc K cordially Invited
1 1", ,",irv report of potato variety about IB years sfo They\' cameto The Lions completed plans for I Hood products proud of It A free will offering will be taken
from Princeton from Philadelphia ] sending two carloads of grapefruitto Sell the Redlands to ourselves
dc by the station
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Her body was placed in a maus- () Citrus IIJ'OW1 t'first: then we can sell it and Its !
1135-38. and ill to stricken area
I 1'1 n U through Indian Peddler Fined
assistant I oleum In Woodlawn Park c mete -: the club will donate fruit[produce to the world awl they
M. Wield in
W. ers
rutlnr "r.
'. I II will bear I will like it and com buck ton For Not Having LicenseAn
1 I .1', altar at at the station whoI 2Nava nd those without grovel
Fret husband and s I
I a sporting -', more -'
I of truck crop cxpertf the expense of.pickingyW
I J u I : Ii&ian who called himself
Mrs James McCutehcon of '
r.1-t.-r. i it to the Silver Palm Cit 'So look over the premium Hit
Phil.ictt.lphm Exchange Charles Cox.'!take stock of what you have and Chief %alp fagle of the Creek
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word to this Initial fined WO Mayor
by
Indian*, Was ,
I of'' of the
the .
the service notify management
H SoW manager. ottsred
report Dr. I court
II II ( t phod Tom J. Harris in mayor's
I, ""rt cullurlst In charge BOYS RELEASED that pnUI home In washing the''talk of the number of packages Monday night for selling patent
t."..111.1\ the stiff of the station I grapefruit and packing it into bags. I II I YOU will nine so that" space will i'medicine without I peddlers license -
w. I. Flak, member of the committee : be provided for you '.
such reports
Issuing -
h << contemplated He" was arrested In the
to that the grower need not AFTERGRILLING I In charge of the project, reported i I At fair headquarters In the Mo- negro quarters.
wait completion\ of long-time experiments that the Red Cross In Miami Crory Arcade, Homestead, it was I Willie Webb negro was sentenced -
had gratefully accepted the I mcrclal booth ho been" engaged
and the formal publication fine
IN PAYNE CASE to pay a $23 or serve
offer of the fruit for the flood refugees
of reiulti No periodic dates I 20 days In Jail on a disorderly
will be attempted, but the report and arranged free railroad that South Dude has. we will have conduct charge

will be released\ at a* frequent intervals I I Boastful Remarks; I transportation for It. I a state patrol again," Mr. Parks C. W. Crew, charged with being
a* time and the result obtained Bring Carl Wagner told about the reports said In thanking the Lions drunk and disorderly forfeited I
seem to warrant, he states Arrest of 3 Youthsof he has been receiving from I Earle L. Middleton of Miami five,dollar bond and M. L. Seines,
'Detailed discussions and defi-I I DistrictThree his native town In the and Richard" Kinner of Homestead charged with I like offense, for-
nite conclusions will be avoided," of Indiana which ls were guests. I felted t ten dollar bond. A man

it 1* explained, "since the preliminary I boys take to the sheriff many flood refugees II hllhland'i: Motion picture were shown by i named Miller, charged with being
nature of the data will not office In Miami for questioningthis population of the town. the Chevrolet Company on the [drunk and disorderly, was givena
usually Justify them. The results week In connection with the The elaborate plans being made I lawn after the meeting ten dollar suspended sentence
given must be considered as strictly Payne "extortion" note were released for the Dade County Tropical Fair I Ii I
preliminary In nature, and the after thorough grilling i were outlined by W. W. Johpstonof ,
reader must bear In mind that results satisfied officers they had nothingto the fair board of directors. He I
for any one year may be moreor do with the case I emphasized the tact that the exposition -j
less contradicted by result ob- A note demanding that A. A. will be managed by the directors : PONTIACSIXES ,'

tained later," Payne, president of the First National I this year, rather than by i iI
The mimeographed report will I IInte..led Bank of Homestead, leave I an Imported manager ,
without to
be distributed charge 13000 at the Homestead swimming ,i The Rev. E. L. Nelson, pastor ot
persons requesting pool "In 30 minutes" on pain I' the Homestead Presbyterian I AND EIGHTSWorld's
them.. through the extension facilities of being "taken for I ride," was I I Church, gave a short talk which he!
of the Dade County agricultural -
thrown to the porch of the Payne concluded with a poem, "Casey at(
l nand they are also home. Silver Palm drive and Tennessee I the Bat." George FrIck played two Most Popular Car
at the experiment station
available road In the late afternoon his
I clarinet solo accompanied by ,
the foreword concludes. 1 of Jan. IS Mr. Payne was not daughter, Miss Virginia Trick, who
at home and It was more than 10 I I also played a piano solo i We have the following New Pon-

Eighth Religious MovieTo minutes before he could be located.'I Mr Flsk summarized the activities
Be Shown Here Sunday Written with red crayon and containing ot the local Lion in 'influencing1 I tiacs for immediate delivery:

an Impossible time limit, the Dade County Cornmlaalon.1
rL Peyser will show "The the note was believed In some ers retain' King '
dto : a'j,1 6 Cylinder 2 door Touring Sedan black .
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Kingdom of Heaven". the eighthof quarter to be the result of Ipr.nk. patrolman the ,

motion picture series, in the [highway between Homestead and: 6 Cylinder 2 door Sedan, brown
The boys questioned were South Miami. He announced that
Xedland Community Church Sunday I i
evening at S o'clock. He "picked up" aa a result of boastful I the Redland club I* speaaormf.*, 6 Cylinder 2 door Sedan black . .

will show Ute same picture In the I remark there overheard to bill In the next session ot the state' '5 Cylinder 2 door Touring Sedan green .
Silver Palm church at :45 and In make la connection with the case :legislature asking tint* state ,..dl ;
the Princeton-church,at 9:IS, between I One wu -taken by deputies at I patrol be placed under ercit service '8 Cylinder-4 door Touring Sedanlight. brown
the people meetingand game in the Redland school gym and:that more patrolmen.era- / : "
young 1 : J Cylinder Coupe,.Mack. .
end the other ;
the sermon by the Her H O Monday night -two ployed thin before tIIeo' WoI uses
Cowan. were taken Wedneedajr On investigation discontinued last month by Governor
Everyone I* Invited to ae. these .officers: decided their Fred P; Con:' The backing '' WE. HAVE .TIlREIf.193'l.DEMONsmATORPONTIACS
pictures. remark were actuated solely by of all Lions club In Florida has .
bravado and had no foundation been promised the bill Mr risk

CARL DEDEM."JR. PROMOTEDHollywood In fact. Work on the case, I* now said 8 Cylinder 2 door !Touring Sedan,'blue ...
proceeding from out-of-stste "It.n other In
an communities.In
Feb. 4 Accordingto I Cylinder 2 door Touring Sedan black .
orders Just Issued. Cadet Carl angle Florida will give the:oooperationI *

De been promoted to the rank of cor-
poral In the corps of cadet of I Overseas Transportation Co. Inc. These can offered at a substantial discount- but '
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Riverside Military Academy new ,I with new car guaranteeUSED
I, at its winter borne In this city. FREIGHT AND EXPRESS v
Special interest attaches to this
promotion since Riverside Is not OVERNIGHT SAILINGS FROM MIAMI TO KIT WEST AT

only the nations largest military NOON MONDAYS TUESDAYS. TlllRSDAYS. FRIDAYS. CARS
schoet but ha also receivedthe ;
prep Truck Deliveries to Upper Key Dally Except SsmdayMiami
U S. war department highest
official rating annually since Terminal Ml .. W. North River Dr. none .-*... 1936 Ford 4 door TourlngI -

1923 I Cleanest car in town. '.
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1914 Chevrolet Station Wagon C .

Looks like
REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZERSFOR new ,
19.31 Chevrolet 6 wheel Sedan- '.,.

New tires and paint.

CITRUS AND TRUCK
1931 Pontiac 2 door Touring Sedan-

Original paint-a real) buy.

CROPSOur


PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

the needs of Dade
formulas are prepared to meet


County soils. Insecticides and fungicides carried in


stock and mixed as desired. HARRY'S WELDING SHOP

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Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. Portable Uectrb and Acetylene Wfldl.r wit Cylinder Blacks
Cylinder Heads,Ala alarm Castings tvt Boilers.

, Manufacturer Redland Brand Fertilizer Aatmaollve MaeUa Reaalring-Catering to garage la main.

bearing pearls and aligned ........... eeanecllag red pouring
rHONE II FRANK B. RtE Mff HOMESTEAD FLA. ._ boring sad cylinder beriag.

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Friday, February G 1937 THE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Pace Three

committee of the Dade County gave the Boy scout oath and law( I
SET AN EXAMPLEFOR Boy Scout council, told Homestead -I I la an attendance contest that ANNOUNCEMENTI
Rotartan Wednesday He terminated lest week t"team of :; I
BOY SCOUTS urged them to take an active 'In-which' Charles Steffanl wa' ep .
wish
terest in the Homestead troop tain wa the victor J R. Brook,, to announce
which they iponaor I(president, announced. 'will that I am no longer connected -
the
SPEAKER URGESA He suggested that the belt thing I Second to the'top was the team'it wa with Redland Ap
the club member could do tor the:01 WIft.J.Geronlmo.and the losing|4ary .UMt&I pliance. '
Scout I II to live a life that will bean ,team wat' that of Bevo Webb. According Apr
55-acrt tract of lend along example for boy to follow |, : the agreement, the to'tng *-I{1 and I am now with the
Snapper Creek lOUt] of South Miami Four Homestead boy, Harry' will entertain the winners ,Jr., Homestead Furniture
which at chicken dinner Members pointed I
wa recently grantedto Martin Preston Bird. Harold Company.
the Bade of the second team will pay
County Boy Scout Branch and Kenneth Glenn who
will be an Ideal place: for them to were presented by.their scoutmast.er for their own dinners | H. S. I II Mrs. Tracy Chinners
loam camping method, W. Cecil the Rev. A. A. Koettllne demon -I A proposal to re-dtitrkt Rotary,and
Watson ctalnaam of the camping Ltated tint aid method and in the late will be studied by a were I





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Pare Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday February 6, 1937

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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE::1 m lORID/> .ulitlLlrdU JA m ,N/N FROM WIM/M111NMM.MN OUR MAIL NMMNNNNNNya BOX;;

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...... Fla. by the South Dade I FROM BCTTTJANE'S MAXACEkYEditor
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f. .. ;:... Will you allow a temporary rnlJ j
ARCHER ___ Editor .- Tfcfc O:=< : dent of Homestead space In yourV
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER '',-., INCTITUTIOMJDUCAflOM 0J.lc&t. E paper? I would like to express .
Associate Editor "' :- : .ORtOI''a, ,;.,.rlf., .; my disgust with the lack of co-opwi.

,: .: oration on the part of your one and ,
Entered aa eee4 sites mall o1'-'l n,1bni,4..l ; I only theatre owner. I am touring'
matter March a, 1I1J. at the teat ,:to I the South with a clever and sea Tsational /

.,flee at Homestead. Florida, ender con-J;, @J Juvenile vaudeville star/ ,
MM act .. March S. 1171. and I approached the above mean;"
/f w 1' JI, tloned gentleman with the sugges-
tlon that he should give his patrons
BUB. PRICE. $.... A TEAR I I the pleasure of seeing and hearing .

something outstanding but was J
told the people visit his theatre'!
Let Us Forget I anyway 10 why should he spend

any money on something extra. ]
the fears of yesterday I
Lot ua forget
I This attitude lacks .
Which drove UK from the goal we progress ana
its iilli; at not fair to his patrons I feef'j
wished t to leach;
t ; d Vf. bt 11' better now that I have this
need not
Thfuture b i Icons on we my chest .
vtrny I IFi"in
'' |),ith 1.... (path, there to a path I Charles V. Savlll
Homestead, Jan. 26, 1937.
for each
I EDITOR'S NOTE: Mr. Sat'
T i limb tit mountain steep. II illil '
I Is manager of Bettyjane Hunt,'
Let u* forget I Is Illinois Who donated her services as
e entertainer at the
President's
Tlic' slight and wrongs WI suffered _law
birthday ball here last Saturday -
In the 1 pest, night '
The ills and sorrows that have
\lingered yet .....J I
The burdeN we should not permitto ;;;..FqflJ
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In thoughtlessness The longest __ __ \\! Willard Fifield, assistant horticulturist t

life U brief .. 1f.,41"ffA Sll GAIf.L distributed hectographedsheets
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And every moment la treasure -- "-.N. Ot' ", ( .JIIJLD containing an outline of
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meant : : --: .... ...-- :u", POIY experiments being conducted
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To lift ua far above each mundane, I I'!!. '. In potato varieties and strainsfer-'j(j
griff.Lynn. ; ''J'iIti XILow : timers, size and spacing of seed

Ruawll in the American I -.- 'n' : : ::t pieces, seed treatment and sprays,
Eagle. |, It described the exact method by

... ,' .. ,, which each plot waa planted. Then 4
I tv he kd the group about the checkerboard '

Naming the Baby I field marked with white I
stales Indicated the test plot and 1
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Rules for selecting a name for further
explained' them. Dr .f
tlw baby, says the Literary Digest, I George Ruehle, plant pathologist! '.
are these: led the discussion at
the seed digs l
I. It the surname has one ayl-'I tA ana' .
1I."un. spraying ana aimIng i
lable. avoid a one-syllable first IN a picturesque subtropical getting in THE VVAIIOO, long and bluish bone of test plots.Luncheon 4

name. Example: Montgomery the lovely little town of Winter Park is the fastest swimming fish in all the waters was served on the "01\
Smith rather than John Smith.
j located ROLLINS COLLEGE, Florida' of the world. A member of the shady lawn of the Holferty home
1 With! a two-syllable last name i oldest institution of higher learning. mackerel family, it ranges along the coast by the Woman's Auxiliary the"1,

use syllable either Christian a I one-syllable name. Example or three I Named for Alonzo W. Rolling of Chicago, of Florida however, it la almost as rare Homestead Presbyterian Church.'

John Hinton or Christopher Hinton -; who headed its endowment with $50,000, aa the marlin and comparatively few Are After luncheon an economic re-

rather than Frederick Hinton. ], the school first opened Its doors in 188 taken during the season. Its strike is In port Florida concerning winter potatoes R.
with students. For almost halt vicious and hookedit was given by H. j
immediately being
sixty-six on
3 When the last name has three : Howard, extension service economist '
has made contributions : will tear off much 600 feet of line
as as
syllables, use either a DIM or two- a century generous from Gainesville. Dr. Her. J
syllable first name. Example: ,I to culture by helping mould tie In the wink of an eye in its mad rush to bert S. Wolfe, Mr. Fifleld and Dr.j
George Dougherty, but not Alexander I character of thousands of young men an.I caae. Usually the Wahoo is found along Ruehle reported on the potato J
Dougherty. women. By action of its board of trustees the e.Urw: of the Gulf Stream grass in work of the experiment station i

4. If a middle name la to be used I the enrollment of Rollins can w.cv f :>Qt." Florid;* waters and while they will during the past year. j{

It should contain more or fewer,' exceed seven hundred studmts. The distinguished ; r.vcrasje 15 to 25 pounds, they reach much R H. Hasting of the North Dakota ,
syllable than the surname, never Dr. Hamilton lieU is its r. ,;;- heavier proportions. The heaviest Wahooon teed certification commission ',/1
the .same.B. dent. record caught with fishing tackle, explained how the certification .>

Avoid overlapping consonants! weighed 80 pounds. system protects Florida potato w?.
such us Kathleen Norris Bernard! growers from Infected aeed. He
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I niNC:; ;= ;'SenseBy MM11 has with the 17 largest leporatc number turpentine of operations stills"'1 p L--1 planted.speakers.' Mr. Steffunl announcedthe '0

When retail merchants of Florida !i of any county In the state. 1
return to the University School' Spuds Johnson Moat farm-owned timber worked I ---- I II .,
of Adult Education for the second .....w1MIM,11.11.1111111NNN,1//1MM1,1IN MMIw for naval stores Is leased, but I! (Continued Pram Page One) Adult School to Give :4

in their series of short courses on ; a number of farmers art chipping, :' Councilman Frank Rue at a meeting I Home Training Course
NAVAL STORES BRUNO
si n' management February 22- dipping and wiling their gum by of the council Monday night

23. they will hear Dr. Kenneth IMPORTANT REVENUESTO the barrel to nearby or central !I and presented by him to the Rotary Camp Roosevelt, Feb. 4-The '
Dameron, "a man reared In the FLORIDA ANNUALLYIn Mill Many farmer have fifty; Club Wednesday noon .Is !, University School of Adult Edu- ..1
retail business At ont lime or, acres of wooclfcrt on which 20 faces actuated by the fact that the water atkm announce a ttireeday short
another he hud an active part In per acre could be worked. These level In the deep portion of the course In Home Furnishing, to beheld i t
the direction of buying, selling' olden days bouts which piled 1,000 faces ift one season would 1 pool is down to about eight inches here February 1), 18 and 17. ..
advertising and control of a retail the was needed a good supply of produce about 20 80-gallon bar- I j Mr. Rue believes the pool can be Ross Crane of Chicago, Interlon
store," according to Ohio State I pitch to caulk the seems Gum rels of dip, says C. H. Coulter, as- I patched effectively while the water architect: writer lecturer will be y
University, where he. from pine and other suitable trees t at this low
is a faculty slstant state forester. This gum I I" level for lets than head Instructor for the course.
member. ,WM collected, boiled until It be- or dip usually can be sold for from I la thousand dollars. Dean B. C.
I Riley said today. Crane
The course in February It to I :sonnet thick,sticky pitch, and used $5.00 to $8.50 barrel. Labor 'I Ben Archer
announced few "naval stores". Now, over 200yean per 1 president of the will be assisted by other experts .
will be for retail storenwneis and equipment cost about $1.00 chamber of commerce, speakingat from the University of Florida and .
later the still
,- store executives, and I I products,from name pine trees.appliesto per barrel. the Rotary Club meeting after I adult school. ,
other members of the retail 1 itoreorxaniiation. The gum turpentine and rosin Mr. Rue presented the proposal, Crane will use a new method of
Subjects for discussion I Announcement of meetings be- industry has operated Under a i said that WPA officials In Miami instruction Riley said, the labora
follow important prob- I!ilng held In Florida and Georgia marketing agreement directed by had been pernruded three weeks I tory-clinic procedure in which he a
Jams of retail merchandising, bUIn )- February 2-5 by the U. & Forest the Agricultural Adjustment Administration ago to try to find enough money i builds complete room settings, step 0,
*. pricing, planning, stock con I Service .American Turpentine for three ysars. By at least to lay the floor of the pool by step, before his classes. Beginning .,
trol, stock turnover, and sales pro Farmers Association, and that the Improvingquality and adjusting this month while the dry season I with the three side wailserected
motion. These problem will be Industry Is under a marketing shipments to demand, prices have' Is still on. Last week after the on an elevated Stage, Crane
analysed from the standpoint of agreement brings to mind the fact been Improved and the Industry flood situation was brought about, Introduces rugs draperies, furniture
customer demand and the needs of I I that this old Industry Is still important aided. however, he said, little hope for lamps, picture, flowers arranging
the store, so that tore differences!I, In Florida life. At present Cum farming brings revenue early start of the work was held and re-arranging them
will be definitely recognized. ( Florida produce about _third from farm woodlots and wild out unless congress should appropriate meanwhile explaining reason
When the first short course for I'I of all naval atom manufactured lands. Three things heeded to sufficient fund for both for every move, until a colorful
ht the United State, and onefifthof
retail merchant of Florida was the world continue and augment this income: flood relief and the regular WPA livable room, complete > color
production. The I
held at Camp Roosevelt !I from program. scheme human and
early this state has ample forest land to pine trees, al listed by Mr. occupancy
month the ISO merchants who at- > produce Coulter, are: I Further consideration: of the even the spirit of home itself, I*

tended were unanimous In their I'naval a stores much than larger It does volume at of 1. tire control seed trees ire question was deferred by the Rotary revealed to the observer ...
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request for a second count to fnl- 'ent. present Club until the next meeting. Because his work Is designated
10in February, devote entirely', In the meantime. O. A. Sandquist, for the average home, Cranel
to merchandising. !i Present production amounts to 2. Fire control and plantings !|district WPA director in Miami, course will be of Interest to home-
I!about 150,000 90-gallon barrels of of seedlings where trees are scarce.V. will 'be interviewed again as to makers, aa well as to sales peopleIn

j gum spirit of turpentine and more Careful une of the hack or whether or not funds have been furniture store, drapery shops,
FertlllMur fertilizer, dUetBf tat planting operation about 18,000.000 annually The The State Forest Service lit project for the patch- tell home furnishings.
at the proper distance to I Industry provides employment ..orO.r Tallahassee la In position to assist bit Job Will be considered in de-
the side of and below the seed to 15.000 I 1
men Its annual payroll | with problems of reforestationand
be of greatest benefit to the is tail.The netday night. It is hoped by that
crop over $4,000.000 Fifty-six I) fire control planting aeed- patching
proposal will be time Rho that
I information will be
arc being made by American "f Florida's!
man 67 counties produce i tines, naval I stores practices and presented to the chamber of commerce available from lb.Sahdquist's
lIl tweN. r.l ul stores. Alachua County )jpropepr core and me of timber when it meets next Wed-office.:



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.-'... (IlIIlIUlIWIDmrnmmlrmnnruurml Cocoa Hi SwampedBy 'Homestead Boys Attend Wai l ton NurseriesPowerhouses W. C. T. U. Contests Are i I

l Tampa Fair F. F.A. Meet Held in Local Churches t tI
} 120 Years II. II. H. in First Win :
AgoIIIiIIIit1piI1IIIIIIG1lluIlmlilIIlAlllUA w. C. T. V., medal contrat i I
Ten members of the Homestead '
Game of Road Trip Over Dunn 5535Paced
which the Redland District: Ministerial -
Chapter of Future Farmer and
Association: I* sponsoring
their adviser, Geo. N. Wakcfaeld,
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are being field this week" in six
Braeol
Robert K. lute Ugh
attended the state r. F. A. meetIng -
McCormick who cored
.8 6L. ; n., .......... ... ___ of Jacksonville won from toe at the Tampa Fait Saturday by : churches ef the district:
b.li-... III.. ., s- B._ Homestead HUh grower but six field goal and two foul shots, Tonight during intermissions in '
;j .. Myron Grannall of Homestead,
Eoo
a. doe.a.-Lwwud 6.096 F1wI4. aw._14" 1'1"_ night ha Jacfcasavlll IB a fast state president, presided at the Walton Nurseries basketball team Chief Salver Tongue' program *t : :
;.. = 0.4tr., Itll, with doe __ basketball same which ended meeting and made a three minute,power-housed a U-15 win eve the Homestead Methodist Churcha
... L SZ-1T. Ltttl*. who starred In talk over station WDAK: of Tamp Dunn Bus of Mlajna In an East I group of intermediate, WanettitKoettline '
I'< the game with stain the Coast League here last Mildred and Margaret
on highlight of the F F. A. game
Jan. 21 1(17. with five I. Field Marjorie Moser. June Perry, :
was Ugh point soas program for the year night However.Fowler ef Dunn
.. -"A wedding of more than usual field goal. Bus wa high scorer with seven and Mary Eleanor Williams will "
Interest WM ulemnlzaed at the I field goal and two foul compete.
I shpta.
ss home of Mr and Mr Percy:: Carleton The Homestead High School Sunday evening a Junior,group
si on Saturday evening at I II basketball team won the first I Redland Hi Beaten Barrow, still high scorer by a Virginia Wood, Ray Andrew,
o'clock when Mid Ada Morgan game of ft* four day road trip from barrow margin of 1M point to diehard Bigger and Lester Archer
Cocoa High School Stt-S, Wednesday Lau'rdale After 103 scored by te McNeece *f
and John E. Dorscy were married I By will compete at the evening service -
i by Her. a W. Carlm. .. night With Copt. Earl 1 1Chaa. : Jeffrey Realtor of Fort Lauder hour at the First Baptist
} Smith doing accurate feeding, 3 Overtime PeriodsAfter dale we held to a meager five Church. At the tame time a group
t -"At the recent annual meeting
accounted for joints.
Little seven
will compete in the Free Methodist -
s the Whit Rock Quarry CO. elected field goal McMlchael and Mc-: I The locals led off to a KM advantage Church m Florida CityMary .
j the followingPresident.: K. A.C Daniel each scored three field winning five Itral.ht'am@J1e4landHIIlb.SchooIJ at the half, put on more Anne Brown won a silver
Graham
vice-president,
; B.MTOer goals. lost pressure In the third quarter and medal in an intermediate contest
Hardee treasurer Dr. J. -
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The upatater scored a foul hot to the Tort Lauderdale High loafed through the last period. held In the Presbyterian Church
"Hoawetcaa; secretary S.Mercantile K. Livingston Company and field goal to tba first quarter Monday night In the Redland In a second game, Westminister Wednesday evening The ether

.: elected the following offi i and another field pile the last 30-JT In a game which went 011I,1 I Presbyterian of Miami defeated a contestants were Jane Robertson
cersS.. E. Livingston, president;; canto. 'overturn period The pkkup@am playing in P J Merle January, El abetfe Craft:
Last night Homestead played was tied at 27 each at the Franklin Inc., uniforms, 29-111 and Mary France Arthur. The
Henry Brooker vice-president;;
Lee Robert L Lee High School and tonight ,the fame and neither team could The churchmen: led 12-0 at the Rev Edith: Warren, Mrs. Opa *,
Lehman the locale engage Andrew ,MOT In the first two overtime parted .
"Mrs. half. Light mad eight Held goal Gray and A. M. Vivian served
.aetary.u..urer.1 Jackson: High both of Jackson- *. for the Mlamian Dellinger and udgac.
J Jt
tained most @
villa Th return trip will be I 14-19 at the half Donald Sullivan each Drtore! Pap
,on Tuesday afternoon, at her I Redland led made three Tuesday night
pleasant country hone, the members made Saturday. but the Flying L't battled to a for the local I t won a bronze Mld-elln the junior ;
of the Stocking Club. The i 17-24 margin with just a fewseconds Tonight Walton will play; the contest held In the same church.Other :.
player kept scores en..dainty tallies 1 y to meet Mlat Kan Moffett of left to play In the lust I Riverside Military Academy at contestants were Athley
the prize being awarded tc Virginia, who ls a guest of Mr and quarter. 1 1I Hollywood in a practice game. The Kemp. Jimmy NesUt, King Clark
Mrs. Ed Carter." Mrs. J. B. Moffett. Those presentwere I Tuesday night playing the tint cadet have a fast team that has and Albert January. The Rev.
t -"Mr. and Mrs. J. W Avery and : Misses Nan Moffett, Eu- of several game on a five-day trip I. won from Miami High School twice: I(r C. N. Walker,the Rev. A. A. Koeat-
r von, Jason, accompanied by a nice Nixon Lena Facile, Alma I to the west coast, Redland loot to recently Une and E. B. Blackburn were
1 friend Marion Zimmerman, of Undgren Carrie Lou Cray, Messrs I the Green Wave of Fort Myers, Walton will play Itt last game Judges.Redland's.
;" Larkinavil, Ala. arrived In Crowley, Duncan, Bentley, 2218, In a hinf-fbnght game Roy of the league schedule: Wednesday contest took piece
3 Homestead last Saturday, and an Daugherty Colby, Doctor and Mrs. Campbell led the Redland scoring: night when it play tile YMCA last night
now domiciled In the Grandma Lanier Mr and Mrs. Lewis Twy with eight point, 'and Mitts of Triangle to Miami.
; Matthew house. Mr. Avery is maa and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mof Fort Meyer made ten point for Lee II. Lehman Is Called

1 "\1 I planting, tomatoes potatoes and fett." his team. Th Standing North by Mother's DeathLee
cane on a part of his ten acre ot Thursday eight of last week, Team W. L. Pet

1 (' glade land, and I* bare to stay" tea BcdlandlUs won their second: Jeffrey Realtor .._oo, 9 I .881 H. Lehman left Tuesday for
I -"The Wilsoniaa Literary Society W. U. HOLD-UP gan( from West Palm Beach: at WIOD-News ......__.. 8 I 888 Dixon III, where he was called:
j met last week and electednew that city 27-23. The score, was Walton Nurseries ? S 4 .533: : by the death ot Ma mother, Mr.
; :. officers. They are a* tot; tied at 23 all with only a few YMCA Triangle ,_ 4 S .444 Clayton H. Leb aan. Mrs. Leh-
. lows: president Miss Iota May- (Oollnued Front Page One) minute left to play. West Paint Dunn Bus -__ .._ f? .222 man visited net ton here about ISfyeara
nard; vice-president, Tom Graves; to be the same bandits who robbed Beach led H-9 at the end of the Cote Cola ._. ..... 0 9 OM!' ago.
secretary.La.Mont*Crw;.treasurer the Miami Beach Western Union first half. r
. IIertltrt'Lamb..' office of several hundred dollars I
-"The honor roll for the fourth a week prior to the Homestead elf the money drawer with Miss
)1 month.Beginner*-Elate Campbell stick-up. They will be charged: Snowden key and took |M that I ,
. Ernestine Gambia, May La with both robberies. wa in it, took $40 out ..f her handbag We Fix Flats !
; Compte, Charles Ewing Weston Mid Snowden and the messenger which was on the counter and
Fuller. Wrl Free and Sidney boy wen cleaning up the tried unsuccessfully: to open another -
. Owens. Primer-Vlvl Hamilton office at 10:20: p. m. Saturday preparatory cash: drawer to which only
: a J and Elmo Hamilton Third grade t& leaving for the night the manager C. K. Lawrence, had
Ruswl Borne, Rose Tower, William when a masked man came tn the the key. Mr. Lawrence was sot on
, rater and Claude Campbell. front door, through the gate dividing duty. They left by the back door. Just Call527M .
, ,( Fourth grade-Arietta McCofr the lobby from, the office I The Homestead police: who were
l t lough Leona Matthew and Hefea I proper and pushing Min Snowden notified immediately broadcast
Brooker. Fifth grade-Averylo* I commanded her and the boys to get ,a description at the robber* giv. I
- fit Howard Luther Strickland Wesley In the back entry of the place; This !en by the vkUms. Chief of Polic
, "fi. Matthew, Lulu Smook and 1 man was not armed and one of Sullivan and Policeman Sy keel J
,t- Luclle Murphy Sixth grade-i the boys, thinking some practical came In from patrol five minutesafterward I Ii
...j Ruth Collins, Elsie Mitchell, Julia Joker was having his fun, said "Aw. i and left for the scene: I CENTRAL SERVICE STATIONfor
Musielwhite, Gerda Fread, Clarence go on and get out" The bandit of the hold-up, but no clue bad
Smoak, Ray Houston, Vivian then pushed the operator toward I been left by the bandit, who wore !
Free, Loretta Home and Nina the rear and at the same time his rubber glove.. Mr. Sullivan and
Scott: Seventh grade Garland partner came through the rear Mr. Sykes found a pair of rubber i ActionTIRES
Quick
.f Budd. Eighth: grade William I door with a black automatic pistol gloves similar to those describedas : I
Musselwhite High School Lo- in his hand, laying, "I'll take having been worn by the rob i
rean Mitchell, Charlotte Collins, charge now." ben near Silver Palm drive, one
Ben Fitzpatrick, Douglas Fit*. Waving the three employee to fourth mile west of the old Dixie I
patrick Margaret Robertson, Roy the rear entry, he demanded to : Highway The gloves were ...n.to i
"; House, Charles Sheffield Othelia r know where the money was, open- :Miami to be finger-printed. I CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED t

Fuchs and Maynard Veber" .
"Rianell Home and Rose Tower
were promoted from the thirdto
the fourth grade; Louise Sykes, !

Gleula Violet Vmphrey Dendy, Fred were Smoak promoted and Cover CropsWhen A Complete Line of Yale Tires,

from the second: to the third grade
"New pupil since, January 1, Tubes and Pure Batteries
817: Mrs. Sail room Willie I ,
Chandler Mildred Brother, Mary
Battle and Frank Chandler. Miss
Mori-eat room Stanley Phelpe need I
a cover see
crop
YOU'
T Mrs. Cooper'f room Maude
Hunt Jason Avery Wilber Nabon I BATrERIESCIIARGED-RENTAL

Y and Myrtle Webster. In high us for your Velvet Beans, Black I BATTERIES
school: Francis SJotarg, Robert

SJortarg.Webster Effi Webster and Harry Eye Peas and any other field I

-"A Dumber of young people of
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Homestead and vicinity were Invited seed need.Grantham
to go ".tar gaxtng last Tues crop you .
day evening at the hone of Miss 4 CENTRAL SERVICE STATION
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Gertrude Boenshel and Incidental-
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Office Hewn: 9 a. m. to S p. m. I

Bandar*J to It CRATE MATERIALS AND

4 Closed Saturday INSECTICIDES I R. LIVINGSTON

Free Parking Space I IKGISTERED; CIVIL ENGINEER

1784 N. W. UTH 'T, MIAMI Homestead, Fla. Phone 22 I Registered Land Surveyor i

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Pace Six: THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, February 5,1937


1M O'lCoon left by airplane for Win. Forsyth Gets B. S. -

FLORIDA CITY Loulavirlle! Sunday to attend t*,
At Florida UniversityWm.
Mrs.r.. W. feverCarreapoadnil some property damaged by the

In and Ground ......... .._. "._".. I floLoiitttle Forsyth of Florida City

Charlotte Gcronlmo, daughterof Richard Summers of : was graduated from the University -

Mr. and Mn. Wm. J. Geronlmo Gould spent the week-end with of Florida at Oalneavyllla

Homestead who has been visiting Mrs. Ceron- his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Monday with a B. S. degree ia

Imo's sister M.... M C. Carlin, In R. W. Mullins. electrical engineering, and he will

Bayslde Long Island, N. Y., for leave next Monday for Orlando

.. the.past eighteen month returned where he will be employed by a
Mr. and Mrs. Sam SUverman and
Tuesday. Her cousins, Mr. and utilities company.
A Kin w., born to Mr. and Mrs home on Coconut Palm drive and Mrs. Desmond; Carton, brought her son, Ronnie, and Mn. Max O'Koonof His parents, Mr. and Mn. L. E.
Torbert at the University Farmlif School road. Miami were Sunday guests here.The .
Tom to Florida City and remained for Forsyth, attended the graduation

hoipita In Coral Cab** yesterday. a short visit here. -: exercises
afternoon. Mn. J. L. Linder of Ocala and Woman's Foreign Missionary

her daughter, Miss Barbara are I Society of the Community
A. M. Vivien
Mr. and Mn Jos. Kupperta did Dr. to SpeakIn
expected today to spend the week- Church will hold It* February
J. H. Jarratt arrived In Homestead -
not come to their winter home here
'from WinstonSalem.N. end with Mr. and Mn. E. J. DyaL meeting Wednesday afternoon at M. E. Church SundayThe
Friday this year but remained In their St.
C, to spend the winter. He Louis home where the horn of Mrs. R. J. Shepherd.PRINCETON .
they are having
Mrs. Landon Carney spending Dr. A. M. Vivien cf Philadelphia -
to build house on his groveon I
plans "plenty of ice and snow and flood
itreet a few days In Coconut Grove with will deliver his now famous -
Welt Campbell waters, according to letter
a received
Cox who with "Brains Nerves
her sister Mrs. Wm. message on ,
local friends. I
Mrs. Henry VlccaUlo cam down by I Habits, Character" at the Homestead -
Wm. Parman of Toledo, 0., for her Wednesday. Mrs A. W. MeVlclwr. Correspondent Methodist Church: Sunday

father of C. J. Parman who arrivedIn Roger Snow from the University ------ night A special invitation la

Homestead Wednesday to spend Ralph Munill of Pennlngton. N.' of Florida la home from Mr. and Mn. W. J. Zahn and extended to all men of the com

the season came by Tallahassee J. who I* attending school In Gainesville visiting his parents, Mrs. Theresla Anderson of Atlanta munity.Dr. .

and brought his granddaughter, Gainesville Is spending his semester Mr. and Mn. David Snow, for a and Mn. Alderman of Coconut Vivien has filled some of the
Miss Jean Parman, who la attending vacation with his aunt and' few days. largest pulpits of the Methodist
i Grove were callers on Mr and
State for Women
Florida College uncle the Rev. and Mn. John Mn. A. W. McVicker Tuesday. Church In the North and this
short visit with her '
for a Porte of Sylvia terrace. I'I Mn. Virgil Bird of Miami and special message hu always been
parent here. Mr and Mn. Par- her daughter are spending a few In demand.A .
also Mr. Parman' I I Mr. and Mn. W. A. Markhamand
man are entertaining Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Derail ot days aa guests of Mrs J, K. Scott. cordial Invitation extended;
brother and ..aliUr-ln-law family are occupying the Mur- :
Lynn, Mas, are occupying the to alL
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Parman of I W. Jack I ray cottage on the highway this
of Fritz
apartment
garage
Miss Josephine Elmore of
Chicago who with their daughter winter.
New Term
for two months. CommencesIn
son
Betty arrived last weelc. Crouse N. C, arrived Saturdayto

visit her sister, Mn. McGlnnls. Mr. and Mn. C. Brickner are Local Kindergarten
I
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Rice of
Mn. P. B. Bird, Sr, arrived Friday staying at present In their home on
Greensboro Ga., visited from
Wednesday to be a guest of Mr. and their Geo. Cunning of Detroit arrived Bay View drive. Pupils who are to attend the
until Monday with cousins
Mn. I J. Dyal for two weeks. Friday for a two-week visit with Homestead kindergarten should
H. Rice. On
Mr. and Mrs. C.
After that she will visit at the homeof his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. Mrs. G. D. Barcus; ; Mn. M. L.I enroll now at the beginning of the

Mr, and Mn. W. R. Bird, hereon Saturday they enjoyed a deep sea and Mn. S. S Shields. Walker and M.... L. C. Smith were second semester, Mrs Fred Redd,

and daughterinlaw.T fishing trip. In Miami this week. the teacher, said yesterday .

Ac Wynn arrived Monday for The.IS enrolled look forward to
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman
R. Kunti of Redland bat the packing season. Mrs. O. Petersen, Mrs. A. W. celebrating Lincoln's and Washing
their
weekend with
the
been In the Post Graduate hos- spent I I McVicker, Miss Shirley Harknesa, ton's birthdays this month. This
Nil Ham-
Miss Bertha
pital sine Tuesday recovering daughter Mrs. Harrison Murphy and son Miss Audrey Mlzelle, Mini Colleen week they celebrated at real parties -
In Fort Pierce.
from burnt received when he man, Roland, and Mrs. Cecil Johnson I McVicker, Mn. Cora Lett, Stafford the birthday of two of the

tumbled while fighting a gross Mrs. Fred Redd attended a of South Miami were week-end Bryant, Mn. Mae Taylor, Mr. class John Kelsey Gardner, Jr..
fire. guests of Mn. Blanche Chapman. Knowles, Mr. and Mn. B. D. Smith and John Ruehte.
meeting of kindergarten teachersla
and Mrs. Singer attended Quarterly

President Otho Winger of Manchester Miami Thursday Dr. W. L. VercoeU: 111 with the conference Sunday evening at I Monkey Jungle Ad Now

flu at his home here. the Perrinsj M. E. Church.
North Manchester
College :
Mr* T. B. Grantham was In the Wprth 5c in Admission
Ind., accompanied by C C PrIce Post Graduate hospital Sunday for
cf Lake Worth, Fla. was a visitorat a tonsil operation. A. Green of Cordele, Ga., arrived G. D. Barcus has been transferred Th admission price at Jot. Du-

I the Grant Mahan home recently. Saturday and ia a guest. at to WI.mlln the government Wond's Tropical Monkey Jungles

Mr. Winger ia spending I Mr H. r. Ferris of Oneonta, N. the ,home of Mr. and Mn. H.' N. Inspection work. now lit for adults>rHowUver"

vacation ia Florida and white Y., who spent several week in Brown.J. the monkey jungle advertisement
the state will hold meeting lal Homestead aa the guest of Mr. and The Her Sam Cowan of Atlanta clipped or torn from the Leader-

two weeks at Sebrmg. Mr..nd Mrs. M. D. Jacobsen, left Mondayto .. A. Severy was from Sundaytill has just completed a ten-day revival Enterprise will be accepted a* a

Mn. W, Fisher of Champaign lit, visit with friend in Miami. Wednesday a guest of his in the Methodist Church.: So payment on each adult admission. .
who have been spending moat oi son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and There was a good attendance and .

i their winters at Fort Laaderdtlst,: Mr*. Marl Zeeck 'rill.arrive Mrs E.!: W. Savory, In Miami. some splendid sermon were giv. I The rate for children remains

were .callers at the Grant Mahaa Tuesday for a visit with her en. the same lOe In cash.
home' Dr. S. S. Shields left Wednesdayfor
last weekMr. r
I brother and alster-ln-law, Mr. and
Miami to visit relatives for a
Mr Hiner.
Harry
and Mn. Carl Gerlach of few days.

LaGrange, 111., are spending a Mr. and Mn. J. H. Byrne and
week with Mr. and Mre. Lee Ii I their son, Joseph, arrived in Joe Doxae la again agent Everything for the

Lehman. Princeton Saturday to spend the In the Florida City r. E.! C station.H. .

I winter. Mr. Byrne Is Junior N. Brown was transferred to

Mrs Laura Davis of Wrlghts- member of the firm of Markham Peters on Feb. 1. Florida Farmer

vllle. Ga, who I II spending the' Bros. & Byrne which operates I I :
M-bneat; :
winter with l her aon-ln-law anddaughter. canning plant at,Princeton. Mr. and Durrance
i
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. I and infant son, Raymond, left
Smith, and her son and Mr. and MI'II--C A. Swan of Miami Sunday for their home In West Kilgore's Bred-Rite Seeds

in-law Mr. and Mrs. daU.hter-1 visited Mr. and Mn Paul Palm Beach after one-week via-

of Goulds is seriously Reynolds Sunday night it with relatives here.

IOn Memorial hospital In Miami I Mr and MrTsTD. West of New Specially adapted to Florida conditions, produce
The Ladies' Aid of the Commu.
following a major operation per I
London Conn., and Mr. West'ssister t
I nity Church met Wednesday afternoon
formed there yesterday afternoon. Mn. H. T. Corbitt of Douglas results that satisfy.
i at the church.ENERGY.
Another son A. S. Davis of Leea- Ga., have returned to their

burg, and his daughter spent Sunday homes after a visit hen with their

and Monday In Homestead.Mrs. brothers, Geo. A West and S. L. and

West and their sisters Mn. Vera TESISTANCEFROM Spray materials, Fertilizer, Hampers and
Fred Whiting has been confined
Summerlln and Mn. H. Collier.
I to her home by Illness for YOUR FOOD

two weeks. E. W. Mullins; left yesterday for WITHOUT GAS OR BLOAT Crate material. New Spring 1937 catalognow

his horn In Flint Mich.. after a

Miss Marguerite Murray of New month spent at the ShankUn Grove ..O CROWS LIV-O-MBO.Tks .air available. Call for
York la visiting Mr. and Mrs Fee.via undergoing treatment for asthma. H.It4Quickly medicine ontilnlnc aliens tea '7 II.h".Ie.... >el your copy.

Mlnnerley. Tonw blmdttr larlr.l" lair
sobs lotion, atftlr ilmalciM,
purifying liver bile. ,.lInl.. Con- .
John Walton. Carl Deden, Jr., 1W tlo.. Sour ea. IntlcMtlon
: .-, BICMI AcMlir' anillkr
and Winifred Owens
will return to GOOD GLASSES
..e'.,,'.. rmptama .f tilled
Hollywood Sunday to resume their alssrd.ea which mar ,quickly develop
work at Riverside MWta.Acad into more chaperons ......... pet
PROPERLY FITTED I' the tares that ... wove power. KILGORE SEED CO.
emy. All four spent a week at OH Red Craw s.l -o-Mee !.*.?.
their homes here recovering from will

alight illnesses. TEL U Homt.iead.ru. Free Delivery


Mrs. Otto SUfkln of Steuben- 1 FLUWARNING.

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Friday to spend the winter with .
her sister and brother-in-law Mr. ..* *eM. > u. rn am MrikkMtT

and Mrs. Peter Grossman, at their I FROM STRAIN AND .<.M> .*M n t k...%..lnt That M cross M .1Ip O4TH Mr
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school it Mill Donwy's fourth High School Dramatics Class Will
grade room. The pupils have I 8.

HOMESTEAD SCHOOL NEWS taken been studying lumps of Eskimos sugar: sad They made have an Present Comedy Next Friday NightThe

Igloo In the sand box. The Igloo -
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; NELLA SAULS, School Editor is surrounded by icebergs which Homestead P.-T A. Is sponsoring meant and wondered why the people

__.u______ ............._.. are rocks: covered with plaster of "The Family Upstairs," a upstairs made so much racket
c --:- ; u---- Paris The pupils are dreading school play to be given next Friday this Is the answer, says E. B.
HONOR of adulterating this product
ways dolls In Eskimo costumes' There
l
Feb. It, In the Neva King Blackburn, the director
, Twelfth grade-high, Virginia is also a very pretty, border of Cooper auditorium. It Is a three-
The) ninth grade In home economics The cast includes Joe Relict,
. Trick Geraldine Reltk; low, Elijw- igloo shaped note books aroundthe act
comedy by Harry DeltThe
beth Skill, Lou Belle Grennoll if studying suitable lines room. the lather Alvin Bddjws; Slams
Tommy Collins, Buddy Fltzpal for the short stout figure, the tan cast was selected from the Heller, the mother, Bonnie Myers;
. stout, the short slender and the dramatics class, and aU have ap Louise, the elder sister Geraldine
Since valentine day Is drawing
rick.Eleventh tall slender, and la getting examples peared a school play before this Reps; Willie, the brother, May --
grade high, Eugene near, Mrs. Wynn', Mrs. Webb'sand
of the lines suitable for If you've ever lived In an apart- Clark, AnnobeUe, the baby slater, s,
Scherr, Cecelia Harper, Henrlette Mrs. Fifield's rooms are all
each. Martha Close Charles
; leant
Hartman, Alta Webster, EfBe busy making valentines during
Dolar Iva their art period Miss Dorsey'sand Probably the most unusual case James Gibbs; Mrs. Grant, his
Ruby Dyal
Booth Bush ; The dramatics class Is working Mrs. Fifield's rooms are making happened just a ftw days ago whena mother, Mary Adams; Herbert, his
low, Nina Pearl MarjorieMOIIe1'
on another school play, "The Family and Lincoln student, without funds to pay brother, Pierre McDoniel; Mitt
France Washington pictures.
Cowman
. Norma Upstairs', which will be given his second term Callahan, Ruth Fredericks.
registration expenses
Mrs. Thurman's Is
Lott, Evelyn Pope, Mary Elizabeth room
. Feb. 12 at 8 m. In the Neva King
p. found
'. Kyle. making Indian war bonnets to be a purchaser for his Raymond Hayes Is prompter
. Cooper auditorium. A matinee blood In a hospital blood .
worn in a little play. transfusion and Pierre McDaniel Is stage manager
Tenth grade-high, Madge will be given on Thursday afternoon e.... And he obtained his The curtain will rise at S
I Thompson, William McMichael, at 1 o'clock for the pupils. registration money <)
I Lucille West; low, Howard Lamb, This play is a three-act comedy Mill Ray's third grade has held p.m. i
. Harvey Rue, Virginia Done), Edna which Is sponsored by the P.-T. A. the quarterly election for the' .
Booth, Annabell Redd, Lilbura The admission charge la 25c. Kindness Club. The presidentis
. Nixon, Noah Peterson. Billy Melton; vice-president, HOMESTEAD HARDWARE CO.
I. Ninth grade-high, Elwin Coop Archer Smith Johnnie Moffett Maurine Houston, and the secretary -

I er, Mildred Field, Constance and Whitney Beam were school Is Billy Vann. The officers GENERAL HARDWARE ( ,
Joe Plche, Iud Ptche visitors this week. have appointed new committees.The .
I Scherr; low, ) >
class is now studying the unit Phone .
1 Frances Webb, Eunice Walker I 516-M Homestead, Fla. .
l.4. Herbert Booth, Henry Dodson, The Junior are writing friend- of transportation.In \ '
.1 :Rachael Qossman, W D. LoU ship letters during their English
i Eighth grade high, James periods this week. Many letters Mrs. Thurman's room Dale 1
have been mailed to former correspondents Faust made an attractive wigwam
Sullivan, Katherine Orfanedtt,
and several of the after he had read a story in his
Lester Archer, Preston Bird, MaryEllen
t Klnner Wa- students have) made new corre- reader, telling how to make one. :
Cay, Virginia ,
Both the juniors and The class welcomes Noel Steffanl
spondents. -
, : netta Koestllne; low, Edwin Booth, QUALITY
I EmoryBrandenburg: Nina Bill- seniors are starting the second back In school. Noel had been PAYSt

. lard, Iris Capllnger, Adrian Callahan semester by working hard, especially 111 for the past week. ,
In English, in the hope of
, s Grace Gray, Jack McMichael,
being exempt from the last semester ----
Jay Newton, Frances Lamb, Rose i I Ii
examinations.The BOY SCOUT SIGNALSBy
) Peterson, Betty Jane Meybem.t .

t Seventh grade high, Esther: new pupils In school this Lester Archer i

I Rucker, Edna Becker, Doris week are Lorraine Thompson C
Thompson, Lamar Dickinson; low, eleventh grade, and Marjorie Al- Last Tuesday If boys and Scoutmaster
I a Lewis Eaker, Ralph, Ralph Del- bury, tenth grade. Koestine hiked out to To obtain quality, your fertilizer must contain i;
, J linger Mary Jo Close, Marjorie Lover's Lane In Porvenlr wherewe

Connor, Wan Horton, AlIce Rleth. Margaret Lawrence has been cooked wieners and roasted the quality producing essential elements, not ordinarily :
maier. transferred from the seventh grade apples over a bating fire.
Sixth grade Athley Kemp, to the eighth grade. We are going camping on the
considered in fertilizer mixtures. i
t Hilda Dodson, Mary Frances Rut- twelfth. Bring :your grub and
land. The two ninth grades are planning bankets and come along. ,

Fifth grade June Vann, Tars to have a party some time
Dadmots: soon at Matheson hammock. Mr. Student Sells Blood SOILADE'S blend of natural plant foods in cor- .
Scherr has Invited the group to I
ley. be guests at his parrot Jungle To Pay University Fee, "rect balance of mineral organic and colloidal
as'i'i
Fourth grade Lonnie Horne, which is near the hammock. I
, Lewis Murray, John Taylor; Jennie a.lne.vUleJ'eb.StudeftU at,
- Hardy, Mary Redford Mary New pupils In the elementary the University of Florida here cures your plant of longer life, higher quality and

C. Suber, Doris Ada Dodson, Eliza grades this week are: sixth grade, make their way through on as lit ,
I beth "Menon. Evelyn Long; fifth grade, Billy tle as $200 a school year. Some extra pickings, which mean extra profits.
Third grade Billy Brown,! Thompson; third grade. Jack live In trailers; some eat but one
. Billy Melton, Billy Vann Eileen' Strickland. good meal a day. They do every I
Scherr,- Marie Connor.' kind of job, from dish washing to
Second and first grades -Bobby -'I I One of the most attractively' decorated tending the kids when parents ,
.
Nichols Connie Campbell, Betty rooms In the elementary want_ an evening_ _away u_ __from_ _home.Ilrmours_ .
Irene Simmons, Louisa WIl-
liams, Barbara Gene Horne, Don-,
aid .Pole), Marion Nixon, Tom,
Drawdy, Thomas Dolor, Bert SOILADE Inc.CARL
Hers.Smith, joy Peters Thelma Chin .i


.. FERTILIZERS c. WARNER, Agent PHONE 27 I
The high school art classes are

working on i marionette showto HOMESTEAD FLA.
'
be put on at the Dade County !

Tropical Fair. The show will be 1 11f
.
.-\ sponsored by the Nuturol gas

company.

f The interior decorating class is i iRb
studying the accessories that are ii i
suitable for Jtha various rooms in w tt
the home-pictures, lamps, wall JL Z>E

hangings, table runnen book-ends
aDd vases.


The tenth grade Is making a ,

detailed study of the cultivation "Florida Growers Know -\1" : .. ,
and manufacture of silk, the various
.
finishes given to sUk and thegive :.
What Armour's Will Do". .'

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"For more than forty seasons weV been using

,'. I I .. : Armour's in Florida nd there isn't any question inmost \

our minds that it's the fertilizer to stick with.

r-.: m "And I expect a big part of the reason .is the way the fWHINYOUIUYTHE **& **&

i Armour men first study our crop needs and then .
'
" r the genuine make a fertilizer to fit. So h's natural enough thatwe Why risk your good money on unknown
.
raise blades Probak Jr. la the product of
.i EUGENE Permanent get results year after year the world's largest blade maker-a blade t f

Soft'lolling wavet-abvml.M. ., Bee M for the Armour Fertiliser best suited for that "stands up" foe one cool, comfortable : I

: fawng curb-dial's the Florid citron, potatoes, tomatoes eggplant squash shave after another. YouT be surprised' /Q; ti
t j LM el ......' tr
s permanent you breecolL bow essay this double-edge blade removes IIt
: (JAaJ thai-i the kind we give. stubborn.bow cool and refreshed <

I tot we do genuine Engine Agent: BEE DEE SUPPLY COMPANY Hleaves your tam Buy apackag of Probak d

t. .I .waving, with genuine EugeneSachm Jr. from youl dealer today.JUNIOR ..
k : O. M. FUCK
Let as "dft." youffcair FIELD REPRESENTATIVE: :
lot lh. Kitoo. with go.rural ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS WAItEIIOU8EIllAN'1ROT }.
R. NIXON. JR. I /
undulations and fljcwr ..
'sag Mud.ae

.' Bush's Barber Shop Armour Fertilizer Works I' I

& Beauty Parlor J..kaon..lle! Floe BLADES

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,. Mae LOU WON ( Oyeraior'" .!a retain .. ram tjeu masses a&M11IAUd

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I !i COLLEGE DEPARTMENT HEAD TO ADDRESS GIVES JUNIOR lit WOMANY*TO KELJET CLUB FEND SUB-DEB GIRLS ENTERTAIN FRIENDS

BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN Announcement was made at the t AT PROGRESSIVE DINNER PARTY FRIDAY ,'

meeting of the Junior Woman'sClub --
-MBMM.9 I m' *. of Homestead Mamiay aid
eorrertlon a* welt a* a The Sub-Deb Club girl were i blue and pink sweet pea and the
Mr. Katherine Fisher Schaefferof speech J that f 100 bad been lent to the Bed
WyBebur Pi., heed of the court fit physical beenty and a Croaa relief fund by the dob. This, hoitmse at a progressive dinner Hartman home with pink sweet

department of eapreesten of children's course tn dramatic sum revreienUeftthe club' 7.% of party Friday evening. The cocktails Peen

Waynnburg College, will speak She plane to return to he* collet' the revenuaf rrtn.. President's and coup were served at the After the dinner the group re-
turned to the Arthur hem
and nukt-vp for work In March and of ItIIlbIll'lof to
on personality birthday bUl pejt
home of Mr. and Mn. E. J. Dyal dance.
the famines women it Mondayevening1 I Another number on the program the rHurhsrtrOfh: the bell givenlast
meeting ef the Homestead will be a resume by Mia Inca i year.Mra. on East Eighth street Red gladioli Present were Misses hat and

BurfMM tad l roe *ional Bevla of the duties of the club' E.J. 1>1-1.Mn.J. & Itortoo and red sweet pea decorated the NIna Dyal Mine Alta Webster,
room, and tall reAxandte* la silver Mia Helen West Mia
Virginia
given n the new
chairmen a
Women Cub at the borne of Mr* and Mia Pearl Whitaker were appointed
holden jrghted the table Prick. Miss Marria Cauavna, Mine
usual current
handbook. Tb
Schaeffer who *
J E 0._ Ml* a* a social committee for
The place card* were red valentine Hetariett. Hartman Mia Mary
li i friend of Mr. and Mn. Casper event roll call will be held. February.
WllllBttif cam to the district tot I Th* meeting will tart at I and tbe 4svsip>>* lass wet France Arthur, Mill Virginia
red. I Frtcfc, Miss Nina Pearl Bush, Miss
vacation, end h.M opened a !.Hock. An bnames and pro-
a studio it the Efchcoberger horn tensional: woman el the district CLUB GIVES BIETIIDAT The next coarse was served at Jane) Keeley, Miss Betty Bower.
I other who ..interested SHOWER; FOR MRS. IIACKLERMr ; the home of Mr. and Mn. A. T.I MU Anne McConnell Carton
In Narnnja where (b* to offering and any
short in expression and are Invited to attend the meeting. Helen Heckler was given Arthur en Avocado drive and Red- Malcolm Robert CauwM, Earl
a court a. towel ahower in honor.cfherDiruday land road and the dessert wa Smith Billy Arthur, Archer
DT members ot tn* Ralaor lined at the home of Dr. and Mr. Smith Clayton Lehman, Albert
YOUNG PEOPLE ARK INVITED I afternoon. The meeting was) helda Shine Club ata-lunfh on meeting M. D. Hartman in Porveair. Th Rests Pierre McDanlel Marvin

TO ATTEND TACKY PARTY week earlier than the regular at the home>aTMrs. C X P r- Arthur home wan decorated with Prltchard: and Robert Earl Bfanch.
Mlif Margaret PIt..* 01 Miiwho date to avoid holding It on Ash moa on Jan. 29.

"Ice menu reUraad from. Wednesday. Those preatukiipfrirLtif*. frank MRS. I, I* FIELD GIVES Esther Livingston and Mia Anna,
where she served 18 yean ai, Detail for the society's annual
Japan .
HT
Skit Mr*. J. natar, Mr* PARTY FOB DAUGHTERS ben MacCulIa of Homeatead and
,
a Japanese missionary, spoke to dinner on March 4 were decidedon. male A Rue. Mr*. H. P. McDan .
Mr* I. L. Field gave a surprise Mn. r. A. Fennell ol Nanroja.
the Redland Dfctrtrt Young I'ropie' -' Tn dinner will be served in
lel, Mr*. Cart Deden. Mn. Lee
birthday party Saturday night for On Tuesday night Mra Ccov! W.
Union in SU J *n'* Ephcopa i i the clubrooms from 11JIJ a. m. to
.
H. tehmaa Mr Fred Redd Mr*
> her daughter, Mine Mildred and Tamer Jr. Miss Either Llvtng-
Church Sunday nl ton and Mr. FejuavU attended: '... .
of her experience) aa a teacher In, Present at the meeting were:
After severe had been banquet In CoaU Cable for the
a (lrl'| *choal- nd described manyof Mn. W. C. Roberts Mri. rerrlaMlnn.rle" D p.:; A.:TO MEET played a refrAhinent ga/net course of grand matron.. VjtfraiiMbart
cu Wms o {the Japanese Mn. L. C. Smith, Mn. Mq-
thai $ NEXT FRIDAY EVENINGA :
punch and ea): WIt served bem, Mr. Cha. Turner Mrs. Bob
Mix Rose Cave inducted! the! Geo. Swan, Mn. Chat. Pope, Mrs
of and
readings musical
program .
The
otUon present were: MEs Harris and Mat Helm Livingston
devotional Mr*. Edw. Waltonwas I F Oriflci,Mn. Chas. Topptno, Mn. numbers U armeunced for the
France Webb, MIll Marjorie l Joined the ether fur a meeting at
la charge of the meeting. Ceo Barcus, Mr Don Ferreyra,
February meeting of tn-RedIand ,Mater, Mist Louise Barnes, Ml**!'Little River later that evening.
Announcement was made the Miss Elizabeth Broeker and a visitor P.-T. A. whickwinhMield In die
Marjorie Webb, Ml** GoldU Cren.:
the uaion will give t tacky party Miss Marguerite Murray of
school awdrtorfwSTaTi elect next '
nell Mrs Birdie j'LOCAL
Horne Miss Edwina
,
in the Asnerkaik Legion ..1111_ Hew Took GIRLS TO ATTEND
evetlm :
Friday ,
Close, Mia Home '
day night Mra. Walton and Mia I Mr. Edmund will be hostess to Dorothy 'AtTINB LODGE CAMP run
: Cave are to seem the refreshment the stub *n Febx. J4. Miss Grace Field and Miss Helen I, Redlaad District girls who attend
,
and miss Elizabeth Bush The CalendarFeb. Field I Alpine Lodge Camp for girl
\ will lead the ..me.. 'In the summer month will be
: Everyone I Is cordially baited la, JOB REYNOLDS HAS i a E. S. MEMBERS ATTEND guest with other girls at a banquet

attendCOACH .. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONMn. Meeting of rpawoualWoaoan's MEETINGS IN MIAMI given at the Good Hotel in
entertained
Paul Reynolds Auxiliary with Mn A number si members of Ad Miami Beach StluuUy night Th*
\ AND" xu:BLE1IRGIVE with a party for her sow. Joe. toM Frank: Hauanuua. Anise chapter at th* 0. E. S. ot girl from SotfUi Elide art: MI-

DINNER FOR TEAM sixth birthday Monday afternoon Feb. -RedlanJ District Young Homestead and ot)foraaia>chapter M Iva and Susa Dyal. MOM Hen

The Homestead High School W. Fourth at the street Reynolds,home on N.,, People''* tacky party lit Anerfcim attended mee tI ij tSh Miami this rletle Hartmaa. MJM Marjorie

I basketball team which left Wednedaf A birthday cake decorated with Legion hall at i p. m week Mondn f4M a group attended Foals ef NaraBjaand Miss Franee
morning in the C. T. Fucht Feb. I Meeting of Woman'* the mietoil held In Biscayne Walker" Perrlne.
red valentine hearts and six whit
aerocar to play game lit: Jacksonville Club ot Homestead I daapteixdtopor *| the Miss Barbara Under ef Ocala
candle cut and served with
and Cocoa, aspaghetti lot wa and Each I Feb KK-Sacied Heart Club>> worthy grand maCroKMn. Ethel who will be a guest at the Dyal
dinner W/i.ven and cream guest meeting at T. P. Fannie a.ame. C. Turner of St. Pekmburg. Into home over the week-end will attend -

Mr*. Theo jf Ble wa given cake Pm' and white e&1IIdl.ct Feb. 10-ttate or Shin Club t: party were: )(n. Cha*. Turner, the banquet with her hotteaa-

home Monday-flight. II horn. Bobby Nichols meeting with Mr*. Carl DedemFe0.1s'The i Mra. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr., Mu a&

B. Rue, Mn. E. .J Dyal and Mn. and Ruth Byrtim'won prizes In Family Upstate," .
f L. B. Somme III.ted Mn Bleler contest a school play, In Nova' BUag Cooper

in serving. Mr. Reynolds/ was assisted by audJtorhon. x-y
That other preterit were: Principal Feb. 12-Rednnc P.-T. A executive
Mrs Russell Home Elizabeth
Miss
Dloiun"Qulnrji"taUCod
L. B. Sommen and little board fWtlng at 1 p. m.
McIUwaln and Mist
Sybil
daughter, Diane and member of Cheshire. Regular meetliWat : p. m. COLDS !
the squad which Include: Capt. + Anin
Children present were: Connie I Feb. 1Z Club meetta at
Earl smith. Manages Billy Campbell Barbara Jean Home home e f MjcarW. .Cave
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Charley Little, Wm. F... 19 Liver Oil
f A1'\hur'j Paula Kemp Betty and Ruth By- --Meeting of South Dade
I Pierre McDaniel Duke rum, Margaret Barnea, ArthurBrandenburg Garden Club with 1II'n. Joel J. .
Marti Bishop, Harvey Rob 1mn. for
Buddy Hinman
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J Petenon, Jr., Clinton Bishop Roy I Bobby Monroe, Webster and Feb. i Social meeting of Junior -
Martin, James Hardy, Raymond Charles Williams, Hubert and Woman' Dub of Homestead Vitamins
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Hayes, Donald Sullivan and James Feb. Luncheon of Woman** .
Clbba. I Bobby Nichols Donald Neeley, Club of Homestead for Garden fTonpticttaafwRelltfCOLD A and D <
'Arnold Mrflhram Jackie Buck t
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A theatre party followed the ; Club at chibnome.
I Billy Hutchinson, Johnny Ruehle, ,
I dinner Teeny Fogle Norton Wakefleld, Feb.. It-W. M. & circle *neHIng > \

Devtd Fvr and Joe and Gen *
MR. AND MRS. FAUST
Feb. 1
I Reynolds. -Meeting of Wesnas'sClub TABLETS
ENTERTAIN SUPPER cum of the Rrdtaada. t

Three table o{ bridge were In Feb. IS-Meetta* of Proby- SPECIAL'
play when the Supper dub met JENNIE HARDT RONOREO teriaa -_'* Auxiliary at A. r. :
at the horn of Mr, and Mr. T. ON TENTH BIRTHDAY Arthur booty Z5c 1.

1 Faust Wednesday night After Monday afternoon Mrs. ,. B.Mgrdy' Feb. Z2-W-td County Trop a* \ pint

dinner at the Green Lantern restaurant I gave birthday party In ical Fair In Redland. \

bridge was played honor of the tenth anniversary other Mar. fiacrdUi Mn. Carl QecMt and i H.. dangtrter, Jennie. dinner 10 ehtbhou Relieve Discomfort
Webster won th /high score prtata Contest prizes were won by Mary CARA NOME I

and Mn. Bevo Webfc nd Frank I Badford and BUlr Brown. After naawr
Skill, the low. "" t the game were/0 era birthday FACE POWDER

Thom present Included Mr.and cato and fruit pioth were served. ASPIRIN
Mra. W. K. W...... Mr. and Mr*, I 'I"MUed irhcluded: Jennie' CARE or CREAMS

Webster, Mr.. and kb*. Webb. Mr. !teacher, Mia/' antes Dopey, tablet
and Mr*. Skill Mir and Mn. Ger- Leonora WlilhamrMary C. Suber i .A9 $
lach, Mn. Lee IL Lehman and the Mary Radt**. Fay Pierec, Deter aj and Beauty 1 C leach

host and baalew :Papy. Kattteriae Kelley, Ana I
Rheney, Shirley Dansey, Ardell Trust beauty demands
MRS. FRANK PANNO Parnun Frank Murphy Don Murphy the beat of car at an Valentine Hearts
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ENTERTAINS CLUB Frank: Hausman, Wayne Lawrence tknea. Whether ire a Luncheon

Mr*. Frank Pset6 entertained Jimmy Brown Harry Bish with a wave, a facial, I NUNNALLT3WHITMAN'S

the Sacred Heart CkjfejUwr home op. Lewis Murray Billy Jacob, a m: u.e-:: any of I Daily
on Silver Aka drtw Wednesday Lonni Horn and BOTy Re wft.I the aid

to beauty you'll find I 11 to 2 )
the skilled I ICAILES'S
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Regular Saturday
ready to terre you
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S Friday, February 5, 1937 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Nine j

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EIGHT HOLD REUNION Local Girls to Attend I "The boy next door has asked I
I AT BALL HOME I me to come over and feel his babyUlster's .fl ]
I Annual Sophomore Hop I new tooth," explained. I' 'I
I A reunion of eight former residents -
0., held I I I Tommy.-Grit. "
"L Social Events I i of Fremont was yesterday Feb. 4-Four students from
I at the home of Mr. and Mrs 'Homestead are expected to attend 1'f
Ball who of their
N. 0 spent most '
the annual "sophomore hop" planned -
-lives- in that city. '"' I I Saturday night February 8.i i GROVE
j
other; members; of the party
.. I I at Florida State College for Women. '
MRS. GEO. E. DEUEL ENTERTAINS 35 were: Mr. Ball's sister, Mn. At least BOO members of I THEATRE

E. Reed of Redland; Mrs. Roy O4o'j the sophomore class and their| COCONUT GROVE:
MEMBERS OF SOUTH DADE GARDEN CLUB II !
hower of Miami and Mn. 1t; guests will be present on this occasion Shows T uw! S Admission tit .
Wade and Mrs. Harry Taylor ,which Is one of the college's Matinee Bat Mi Sea, Mettelp.0
-- now live in Coldwater Mich., and I social events.. *. ; .,
Mrs. B. r. Collier gave ft talk America,China and Japan. Mn. Maude Myen and Mn. Rob- Sophomores from Homestead .

on the spathodea campanula at Mrs. R. J. Shepherd read a ert McNaughton of Fremont who are: Miss Valera Merle Fitch, Miss' S.sw Mesk. Tve. Wed { .

the meeting of the South Dade poem, "Don't Forget" as the openIng had motored to. Washington for the Louie Long Fitzpatrick Miss: Jewel, rob 1I.1, II ; t
number, and Mn. 1... M. ceremonies and had
Inauguration Ruth Turner and Miss Alt CM
FRANK
Garden Club at the home of the >
Dobbin recited several poems as them come to Miami to visit Mrs. cille Vann 1.1&-1
Rev. and Mr*. Ceo. E. D Duel Jn the closing number. Isenhower.W. Mart***.....(

Redland Monday afternoon. 'This Present besides those named SMSM: 9 flat mil

tree, the said, which at this season were: Mn. C. L. Stone, Mn. Holllster M. S. TO HAVE :,"The Those New present Leaf. were: Mn. J. R.I tests IKttUItUMS : f

la ablaze with large orange-red Sage, Mrs. Lucy Clinton BOOTH AT FAIR Pope Mrs. B. F. Collier. Mn. T MN M BCfUOTm ,
flower came to US from Jamaica. Mn. N. G. Ball, Mrs. D. W. Shett- "
The W. M. S. of the Homeatead E. Kirby, Mn. Shepherd Mrs. W IF iiiumi.1 .. -
H. J. Brocket told about I .""
Mn. line Mn. R. M. Barnes, Mn. L. Methodist Church voted Tuesdayto
E. Lewis, Mn. C. T. Harper. Mn
the sausage tree which came, she W. Freeman Mn Harry D. Wolfe, have I booth at the Dade Count Arthur Smith, Mn. Andrews Mn r
said, from Egypt. Mrs. Flora Compton Mn. A. M. I
I Tropical Fair, and arranged fora ,Lawrence and Mrs. Pearl Stull, a
Mrs. Deuel read an article on the Vivien Mn. C. E. Butler Mn. special meeting In the church at new member.
garden M a dining room for birds, Grace Smith Mrs. E. M. Froecher, 3 o'clock Monday to make detailed I
and Mn. H. F. Potter read one on Mn H C Reed, Mn. Joel J. Robllnson plans for It. I
American forest trees. This country i Mn.: F. W. Sttltmnn, Mrs EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY
The social service read
report
than five hundred varieties i i I WILL MEET TODAY
hat more McKinney, Miss
McKinney, Mn. !
showed that 79 visits had been
of trees, the article stated,-I Edith Warren i' The Woman's Auxiliary of St
Mrs. Wm. Dunlop, i
made and that 12 bouquets and|I'
John's Episcopal Church will meet
more than In any other countryin Mrs. Jos DoKiee, Dr. Irene Shank- I I,
three trays had been sent to the
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at the home of Mrs Frank Haut
the world. lln Mn. Fred Henn |
Mrs John l
sick Mn. Dan Williams and Mrs.Geo. i
I ,
man this afternoon at I o'clock
Mn. Ralph Deimond read anon rMhrer, Mn. David B. Snow Mn. Hanson ,
to
the bird sanctuary: in Macintosh H. J. Derbyshire and Mrs. Elberta were appointed j i All women of the church are wel.
serve on the visiting committee. I I r
at these meetings.
Fla. Mn. W. D. Bishop told Buie. l come
)
Mrs. Leo.
Poyser gave a talk on I I
about the making of artificial Mn. Robinson will be the next
"The Power of the Written Gos
Only One Finger Noeesary
flowen and wreaths In SouthW. hostess. ; I ,
pel", Mrs J. E. Davis gave the) Tommy, who had no great liking MRLVYN

devotional, Mn. John Anderson I I!for soap and water, was observed' DOUGLAS
M. ft CIRCLES HOLD Mn. C. H. Rice was hostess to offered prayer, and Mn. A. B.'i'by' his father washing the forefinger .r..sse ..aamass.
FEBRUARY, MEETINGS Circle Three at her home on N. W. Slagle, Mrs. Hanson Mn. Dan I I i of his right hand.
The tour circles of the Women's I I Second avenue Tuesday. Williams, Mn. Anderson and Miss i j "What's the idea of washing I .,. a nr ,
Missionary Union of the First Baptist Jennie Lobdell gave Scripture I "
Mn J. J. Vann the leader, presided ; only one finger? he inquired. .'
Church held meeting this Mn. Roseman led the de- readings. I) I
week. Circle One met Wednesday; _
votional and Mn. S. L. West con-
with Mrs. Frank Irwin who led ducted the mission study MRS. LAWRENCE IS HOSTESS SEARSANNOUNCES
the devotional. The business meetIng TO DORCAS CLASS MEMBERS
Those Mrs. C. N.
present were:
was followed by I social hour. Walker. Mrs. W. D. Coker, Mrs. A social meeting of the Dorcas
ABSOLUTECLEARANCE
Those present Mrs. W. L.
were:
Smith Vann, Mrs. J. R. Pope, Mn. S. S. Sunday school class of the First
Mrs. S. T. Corday, Mrs.
Baptist Church held at the borne
Beam Mrs. West, Mn. Rice and
J. R. Stull, Mrs. C. R. Biggen Mrs.
W. R. Mrs. R. E. Edwards, a visitor. of Mn. E. L. Lawrence, the new
Cheshire Mrs. M. M.
Big- Jan. 28.
president, on After the
gen, Mrs. Ceo. A. West, Mn. C. Circle Four decided to hold an the class Mrs
group sang song, OF
all meeting for home mission
E. Saunders, Mn. R. E Shepherd day R. E. ,
devotional
Mn. L A. Wise, Mn. Pete Morgan: study at the home of Mrs. Polk on "Peace"Shepherd from gave a
on the fourteenth
Feb. 17, when it met Wednesday 1936 Coldspots
Mn. L. W. Knight, Mn. Irwin,i chapter of John. Mrs. Bert
Andrews
the home of Mrs. S. H. Fitch. -
Miss Josephine Pratt and Mrs. D. at
i The book, "Follow Me," will be gave an original reading,: ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS
R.
visitors.Sullv'!n.jind/ Mrs. Ben Young,, studied. i I

Mn. Bert Andrews made I talk' Mrs. Fitch ledthe devotional
NATUKOLGAS
on the "Nightingale of the Psalms"i Mrs. T. C. Shackleford gave a

at the meeting of Circle Two at the i sketch of Rev. O. Cartenhouse, Is Not Expensive
home of Mn. J. R. Chambllas Wed I Mrs. HoIIlster Sage told something I

nesday. Mn. Chambllss led the, about Miss May Kelly Mn. A. J. ASK TOUR NEIGHBOR i
devotional. Van Marter discussed missions in I
VnrcR D. Won HesaesUad
Those present included: Mn. 1'.1 Nigeria Mn R. E. Edwards gavea

E. Kirby, the leader, Mn. Annie I sketch of Marcus Whiteman and t ,
Butler, Mn. Emma Wright, Mrs. Mn. Catherine PIckard talked on j
H. C. Reid, Mn. B. F. Collier Mn. Mn. N&rclsia Prestls Whiteman.Mrs. .

E. L. Lawrence, Mrs. Andrews Polk made the closing prayer
Mn. Chambllss and four visitors, Those present were Mrs. T. D. _._ ,

: J. of Albany, Ga. Plche, Mn. Edwards, Mrs. Polk. 'r riOROAtttl
:: a'eT'cife i
;' of Havvre de I Mn. Sage, Mrs. Shackleford, Mrs
Grace, Md.: Mrs. P. M. Green and I Van Marter, Mn Pickard Miss
Mrs. D. W. ShetzUne. Mary Bradley and Mrs. Fitch.PAINT .

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Pave ten THE LEADER:ENTERPRISE Friday, February 6, 193L


w Wagner"Our Parting was the Wlah"concluding by Bruce num I N. Y. A. Helps'1063 College Students ,j jI


I, The Redland Rattler ber. I In Florida at 53 Varieties of.WorkAn 1

By SHIRLEY IIAKKNESS The older group of Redtond Girl

-------- Scouts received its charter from t Interesting summary of I heavy, so N. Y. A. clerical assist'

HONOR ROLL I Elizabeth Halnlln. Vera Parker, the Dade County Girl Scout Council I I types of project work performed I II ant lighten the load of administrative
Glen Glidden, Jack Turner Jean Tuesday. It I U now known M by the 1063 college I student In I detail in many depart-
First grade-high Lures Ann,i Calkins, Clyde Henderson Beth Troop It of Dade County Shirley Florida who are receiving National menta The preparation of sctfjel
Hodges, Herbert Orate Marie Ku- Gautier Don Lair Alvin Prothera Harknew .to the leader. 'I Youth Administration scholarship bulletin and the writing of new
feldt, Ruth CRaWl, Edmund'' Warren Wood, Nora Greenwood, has recently been compiledat stories for paper occupy a considerable -
Wright, Roy Knaui; low Norm''I Arcelia Jarman, Anna Mae Rlne- "- ; N. Y. A. office In Jacksonville.The .I group of scholarship
Rhude, Jack Rodgers, Cartel hart, Charles Hart. tabulation of this work Information young people.
Oaby, Harry Hampton Twelfth grade-high, Ronald REMAND F. F. V. I has been made from the The plain and practical side of

Second grade--high, Margaret I Kerfoot, Hans Schradw, Carlotta project registers submitted by college life i* not forgotten a* N.
Brokaw. Dorothy Davis W. A. Ames, Mary Fisher Joyce Mil 1"1 i i college authorities. and proves conclusively -I Y. A. students are engaged in
K..nnedy.l:4w81'd": "., Elmer Slsk, liard. Myrtle Lackey, !Serafto I Friday night at twelve o'clock i I that the needy students taking care of the farm stock and
Athol Smith, Grace Burry, Ruth Orlflcl; low Atonszo Bennett, nine member of Redlnnd Chapter I I I who work an average of 40 hours In attending to the general farm
Engel: Margaret Oaby, Betty Lott, Warren Wilson, Gwendolyn Campbell F F. A. loaded themselves onto a 1 I per month for the $15.00 allotted I work of the agricultural schools.:
Barbara Hobttwon, Virginia Wallace Mary Dl Natale, Blllle liar- 1 truck and started for Tampa to attend I them by N. Y. A. are not only earnIn I They plant pasture grass, clean
Rally Lou Bryant; low, Eve- 'ford, Mary Chalker the state F. F. A. Day sponsored I their pay checks, but are receiving and prime trees on the campus
lyn Ooi man, Sarah Vttiten. I I I by the management of the I splendid training In addition I and dig up native oak, pines, dogwoods
state fair being held there lost
Third grade--high, Marilyn Lee, The presentation of the musical week and this week. I to the monetary assistance and shrubs from the woods
Leon Edwards, Fred Jenkins, comedy, Oh Doctor" will be de 'I arrival I The range of duties designatedby I for transplanting on college
Upon ip Tampa our group
Bruce Wagner, Ozell Kirkman. I.ybe<-aWie the director, Miss together with two thousand boys those in charge at the ten white 1 grounds.
Peggy Garrett, Ignore Williams, 1 Jibecra Jane Fisher, la ill with flu from other chapters In the state and four negro colleges participating I Of particular interest to Florida
Annie Laurie Stewart, Barbara 1 this week. I were admitted to the fair and our I In the program is wide and citizens i is the training Of N Y.students A.
J. m SOIXT, Catherine Shackle- l begnn First varied Included are Jobs demand- In the research work being
Big Day we assembled -
ford, Charlotte' Murray, Martha The Redland High basketballteam in the grandstand for Instructlons 'ing all types; of manual dexterity done with citrus fruit, tryingto
luckiy Helen Dent, Betty Joy Is on the most extensive road | regarding the days' pro- I from repairing college trucks to determine the mineral content,
Lee, Emma Engel Lillian Blihop. trip taken by anv school team In !! gram and for registration of judging mounting delicate laboratory specimens attempting to find the most successful -
Esther Kufcldt low Buford Free- While while the mental scope method for the preservation
the district. on this trip I i team to compete for the prizes |
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mt>n, Jimmie Wilson, Bryee Elken- I the team expects to play the teamsof I| offered for judging exhibit Next, extends all the way from simple l of fruit Juices and pulp, and study
brrry, Etheleen Clenney, Kathleen Naples, Fort Myers, Sarasota, the team judged exhibits and all I library service to difficult research i ing the effects of wrapper, sur-
Jackson, France McVicker. Avon Park Palmetto and Lakeland of the other judged cattle, for assistance In the social and physical I face treatment and fungicide a n
Fourth trade-high, Leonard high schools. practice until noon. I sciences I[citrus fruits
Dent Beverly Burkhart, Melba II At 145: p. m. we again assembledIn I The abilities of the scholarship'I The art are not neglected far
Colllni, Evelyn Duberly Louis Miss. Payne'i public speaking the grandstand where I pictureof student have been especially considered the scholarship swards are ,
Gaby, junior King, Donald Searcy clan ia taking up debating The our entire group was made and t as well as the needs of the to young people Interested
Lillian Chubb, Verdie Coalman students plan to form a club and then Mr. W. G Broreln, presidentof colleges themselves, and particular painting and lettering poster
Edith Hampton, Ann Hlckaon, I I hold debates on current problems the Florida Fair and GasparlUla thought has been given to fitting college band and giving assists]
Alice Kirk Mile Lloyd; low Joe of the day.A Association, officially) welcomed the student Into a type of work that In' the conservatories of music.A .
Bill DuMond J. S. Griffin Ru- us and we were then addressed by will further his or her educational total of S3 different kind

dolph Sage, Carla Joyce Hobson,l dean at Yale comes across State Superintendent of Public and vocational interest eampuf} and' community "
WLlleta Thompson, Kathleen with an accurate definition of a Instruction Colin English and Hon. Mechanically minded boys' re- fobs ire listed In this new collegg
Campbell Betty Alldredge, Philip New England conscience: one Nathan Mayo, commissioner of pair machinery assist In maintaining aid summary and each type of em
Benson Melton Pye, F. C. Steven, which does not keep you from doing agriculture. Following this program I college electrical equip ployment furnishes excellent training
Doris Rhude. but which does keep you from which was presided over by ment and service and Inspect for the ambitious and need
Fifth gride-high. Johnnie Lee enjoying It. Myron Grennell president of the heating system student who 1 II willing to do extra
Andrews Rosemary Hennlngton, Florida Association F. F. A., we Planning and survey studies of work In order to secure tn adequate
Ann Shackletord, Kathleen Wagner From those who have lived enjoyed two hour of thrill and I the future needs of the college college education.
Henry Reynard, WebsterWilliams through the trying days of exam fun before the ,grandstand which employ other N. Y. A. student
; low, Charles Kelly, John week we gathered the following was an additional treat provided I They report upon problem of MEN WANTED FOR NAVY .'
McLanghlln (Interesting Information us by the fair. I campus irrigation and drainageand I The local
Feb.
Sixth grade-high. Lee Gladden, 1. Copy your oIaaam...'. noteson After this, which wa finished how to lmprovve grounds and recruiting Miami station- located In navy the
Charles Sweeting, Fay Campbell the various courses and then about 4 o'clock we spent the remainder building lighting. Attention IIi building ha bee
new post-office
Betty GuCteridge, Jack Marshall re.11Iyourself to fate, There's of the day looking at exhibits i i also given to planning of new con- I notified that the quota for enlistment .?
nothing so comforting as not having and enjoying midway attractions structlon work the
Willli Vlelt, Vida Clarke, KIpsteen. on campus. will be greatly Increased this
,. Torbert; low Jams Brajuwp,; to take the blame \.Irlct for until time for us to return I.j large number of N. Y A. boys I month. There are openings foi
Walter HHtHH*. Frieda Engel Mari : flunking. home. We arrived here at girls engage in various typesof a largo number of applicants al
i Hrvjr Murray. Vera Sage, Wanda I 2. Cram diligently If you don't six o'clock Sunday morning, ale, ( laboratory work including the present. Applicant must 'be

Thompson John Benson Walter know what the word means sleep I sound and sleepy :care of apparatus, the preparation able to pass a rigid physical exam,
It will Improve disposition, Those who went to Tampa were: .
your
KufeWt rllmm i Prothero Elvira j|lof solutions, specimen: and charts (nation, furnish three reliable
if not your mind Warren Wood, Walter Thompsonand '
Burry Ruth Miner. Martha January and the actual construction and character references, have at leas
I Butlui Rosborough, Barbara 3. Talk to mother with! the air ofa Don Lair, our Judging team, 'repair of classroom equipment j Bth grade schooling and be be
martyr inferring subtly that and Billy Hllson, George Crun- ;
WlllmmBettv Lou Pye. and fixtures.
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tween 17 and 28 of 4
age. ;
year
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you're sacrificing all to well Billy Anderson Charles r
Seven l iM.Ki--hlgh, Lela Ball your Jtfct Library work Involving the fil- I Office hour are from 0 a. m. tp
make the family proud of you. Thlafixe Behreni, Billy Campbell and |'
Marie R.i: hot- Jeanette Cox Eva 'ing and Indexing of publicationsi 4:30: p. m. dally except Saturday -
the Cecil Parker.
up family end of the af- Ralley Miicey, one '
RoaborcnJ:, }I. Jo Nell Slagle, Mary fair. of our members who If attendingthe I as well as the mending of refer- I when the office close at noon. -
Jane TUII1l'I', Nellie Cash, Merle ]ence and law book is especially I ,
4. Gripe to everyone about how University! of Ftertda. met us
'
lott Bit,hty! Clark to the abilities of Have criminal
indgren King : adapted college Stranger; you got a -
hard la Tampa ana home
Thla earn with
your exams were
low, Jev (1 Hodge, Nathaline Griffin pre- to visit us I j girls 'This service maintains and lawyer in this town?
Pins them for the wont. his parent
Mildred Reams. Louise RoN increases the efficiency of the collage I Native: I think we have, stranger -
i The
Bobble Simpson, Lou Vtana, Alice following program was presented I Ubtarte but danged If we ean prove tEx
Thursday by pupils of Mr' Wrecks
Wyaong Wilma Rhude, H. A and Dirges Will The office work of all college li -
Aman, Milton Fust Blair Hlckaon, Mary T Furry's third grade: Announcements lie Features of Parade ...
Walter Mi Vu'ker, I Bruce Wagner; I I

Eighth il'ade---hl.h. Lillian Andrews flag song.salute"America; Bible the re.dllll-Annie Beautiful"; I Jacksonville, Feb 4-(FNS) I Ii I-

Mii Engle, Wanda Sickle, i Laurie Stewart; talk. "Our Unit Judge I, Muney Anderson this Announcing.
Dorothy Elriredge, Harold ,Work" Charlotte Murray; reading I city' anti-accident crusading i .
ey, Henry Dixon Bobby c..n-I: "A Boy to Ills Stomach" magistrate, has arranged for any
i low. Thelma Ingram William Dlggle; and a health play { accident-horrors parade here on
\ Craft, John Brown Jr., Graham Feb. 6 a* a safety-week feature
"The Princess' Dream" I
.1 I. McEroy ,.i f I I In the cast were: Princes Sweet, Floats depicting the fatal stories' The Arrival of a_ Shipment of the Newest and i iI

Ninth grade-high, Amma Sor- j I Lillian Bishop; queen Martha I of drunken driving and speeding
rell, Mollie Walker, Wilma Thompson I Luckey, king Morgan Hodge Jr.; demon, and wrecker towing demolished Best in Small Electrical Appliances
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I autos, will be
in the ,
Marie Nelll, Lydia Vihlen',I i page Fred Jenkins: Dr. Vitamin I
Irene Jackson Merle Jenuary !I Leon Edwards; nurse, Wanda Miller procession. Bands playing funeral "
Douglas Burcut, Charles Burr; : dream girl Caroline. Gaffney; t dirge and paraden marching at I tAT PRICES YOU WILL LIKE
low Jane Robinson, Elida Sage, fairy queen, Lenora Williams; milk funeral pace will complete the melancholy
Valerie Campbell Lanelle Rogers I fairy, Gloria Woodruff; vegetable yet effective story designed -
Merle Borgwdt Cash, ; to create greater caution I'
: Corrlne i: fairy, Catherine ShacUeford;
Phyllla BU, Kathleen Road Shirley i I fruit fairy, Irene Cox; toothbrush and consideration on the highway SeeTHE .
Davis' Gertrude Greer. Ebnede fairy, Esther Kufeldt; Madame I The Idea I I. a novel one In the his-
Roberts, Claudia Conner, Phyllis I i Toothpaste, Helen Dent; toothbrush tory of date safety program: and I ; ..- *"

Jensen, Charles Behrens, Bill i i knight, Bruce Wagner should have deck-cable1 results, NI,.W RANGETTE.
GauUer. Gilbert Ogden, JaunitaDouberb > James Edsell Campbell Frank according to State Safety Director "'
Asher Frank I
'. ,i Shepherd William Newcomb and I
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Tenth grade-high, Margaret ',Jnmes Ross; comb and brush fairy, I
Griffin Emily Engel Alma Jane Barbara Joan Soper: water fairy, Redland AppliancePhone
Llndwen I low. Willis BaxVty. Ben I 1 ; Let Us
; Benson. Edward Burr, John Hick-Eugene I
son, Clto Chubb Wilma Landrom ren Cash; fresh air fairy, Emma 68
: Ruby Neil! Louie Yates Cath- Engel; exercise fairy, Margaret RejuvenateYour
A Call Will Bring tin Start to Your Door
arine Bc>1I. Oo Schrader.t I, Mitchell; exercise elf William
t Eleventh grade-hlgh.Margaret Dlggle; Mr. Sand-man, the sleepy- Car I

Albright, Betty Blake, Mary Aitn time elf, Wllllom DI Natale; goodmanners ,,
Brown. Mildred Cox Doris Price fairy Betty Joy Lee; her Wood Work{ -

t Mary Eleanor Williams, Gordon malds-ln-walUng Frances Mc- I
Cross, E. J. Graham. Clement Rua- Vicker, Patty Dawson Christine Body, Fender Repairs Annie Mayhcw FitzpatrickGraduate

Cross E. J Graham Kenneth Kaxworth Dorothy Poppell, Rose Tops and TrimmingSeat
Hawker, Clement Russell; low, i Uurie GraM Audrey draft. Kathleen
Ethel Roberts Mildred Craft|1 I Jackson. I Cover Oberlin Conservatory and Royal

PaintingArt's Conservatory of Leipzig
i Chicken Dinner lie I
Hester T-Bone Steak Dinner .0e

Regular All Dinner Kind(to ef Home-made Vegetable Saadwlcae rTate IN }Paint Shop PIANOFORTE AND THEORY


Restaurant I
Green; Lantern 611 KROMK AV Redland Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422I

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Friday February 6, 11187 THE LEADBB ENTERPRISE Pace; Fleenat' !!.. W






-i"k f crhe-ChUl'ch s-I P!I, vicar I16ha9 The New of Rev.Episcopalian Wiliti St MUtan Mas le B.."IMtIJl Satkett Episcopal Vicar, new 1 r RATE CLASSIFIED: First insertion 10* a line; subsequent !?fII I! !;



Church In Homestead will be installed !
Si a HIM t
ilsrt- BAPTIST CHURCH EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN I Sunday afternoon at 4 It I ___
clock by the Rt. Rev. John D. t j'I

'31wf jlonestead-'The tiev C. N. 8k hiul'_ edland; the Rev Wing of Orlando, bishop at South I FOR RENTi FOR SALE: a room .home enMxTS

Walker pastqr Sunday school Ceo. M. poth, pastor Sunday Florida 4 foot lot. M.000-one block

on- 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a, m. school each Sunday at It a. m. Bishop Wine| will preach aba, FOR RENT-3-Inch centrifugal from Hi>met* d buslnesa aac- ..

hjp and TJO p. m.; BYPU at 7 p.m. English service on second Sundayof Geiger water pump capacity !I lion; .1< gauge L. C. Smith \

Prayer services Wednesday at each month at :] p, m and German welcome. 10,000 gallon per hour F. Lar- double barrel.. gun, $30." 1

. of T30: p. IDoFeb. service...,on fourth Sunday at I don. Richard road and WaMInHv I I Winchester IMO rifle, $11; two '

N. Ip. m. .I Camp Meeting to BeFebruary *. Homestead, Fla. (p.fl. i I Wheeled tNt_, geed Urea and lI t1'I t\1'
In 1 Morning sermon I tub**, 'M No middle ...... A.
1ndIrm by the Rev f- C. Thompson of METHODIST EPISCOPAL Here 11-28 TO RENT Furnished home,I O Cain Homestead' Fla (Htf>

Kingston. Mkh: "Impre slona 'I I reportable rent. Mrs. Barber,
of God *r a Time of Perfect Florida! City Community Church The Miami itaSet of the OeorIrie Avocado drive at Seaboard Hartrort -' MANGO CHUTNEY 3c an o*. or

ols SatkfMtlon. Evenings Women -thi Stew C. O Nelson (Mutor" and Florida nference of the I (pH) I Ii 3Sn a pint Jungle Orova

son '* rhrhitla" Temperance Church school at 10 a. m.; preaching Free Methodist Chun. will bold .

pusog. Union contest. ,, .t 7:30: p. m Midweek pr.y"ri H* annual cfhip jkfMVW III Btead ***- i j FOR SALE \ PEDIGREED Silver Persian kittens -
and Bible study Wednd.d4' #t Mrs J.or 1 v/tt
Feb. lPfayrf service sub from Fell'" If If M' SBjrviceiwin + Filling

ode JectWb (''De W* SufferrGoulds TIM" bp held -mornliil tIhtrIibonmild I ro You "c "! l Station, Ri-dlnn rd., Halnlln ;

e '.01 Redtand Community Church night dtMnrjl Un MB? dwViOn sad an per year irouJ dr. (pf 19) I

-The Kev Noah' Peterson the. Rev. C. O Nelson, week days title old South this store for '
pastor buy only M5UOU i,i FOR SALE -- ChayotM 79r a I
"Ids Ida pattor Sunday school at 10 arch school Methodist QwfW riot tlW' corner I ,
at 10 preuthing at For full
; I plus inventory pnitlcu dos Chinese \ Re .
spinach
A.o _.. m.; preaching at 41 a. m. and of First rivpniM and Second street 1 ;
League at 11.I11. : Schecr
In. Epyonh ,lars see Feed It Supply I Ii' tree spinach 19o Ib: twnor. 'lc \
T:30: Po m.; n. Y. P. U. at 11.30 p. m. week prayen and Biblf tidy wilt I be used,and ton BuMty mornings Store (flltt) doc okra market '
'Inient Prayer service at 7:30: p m. Wodoesday and night; the Homestead 1 : price: carlssejolly.
73(1METHODIST 1 .
Thursday at : (, FOR SAIF:--Young Jersey cow i At... Gen W. Koel 4r,
school auditorium. fresh first calf Grantham
now -
Plummar Dr. and
uc- EPISCOPAL* Elder W. M. Bales will preside I Seed Store. (pjM-fS Rcdland Rd.

tint CATHOLIC SOUTH and the special speaker will be FOR SALE-Ripe orange, tun- '.
y the Rev. R. B. Campbell, general PURE GROVE HONEY-heavy:
ChBtvh of the Sacred Head: White Stone Chnrch-Home- 1 ) refines, grapefruit fryer, eiias,
u S. E. Second! Homestead conference evangelist, who will beaccompanlf'd delicious Bring your container. Dr. Shanklin
avenue ; stead; the Rev A. A. Kocstllne, Grove, Vk mile :
a his wife I Honest quarts The Sage Grove
the Rev James Cloonan, pastor by I 'i west of Florida City (o38-tf)
pastor Sunday school at 9:30 a. )
0 All preachers of the district are 1 Kings Highway, east of Krome
Sunday mass at a m. week day
; 1m.; preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 Invited to be well as ave. (J20.f! ). I
f 'raaaa at T:IS dally Sunday school i present as II It RED FRYERS-LIve or dress
van R clock ..... p. m Junior League at 2:30: p visiting ministers.Those eeL Free delivery: In city Phone535M
Sunday following
11HI; League at 8:48 p. m; Senior who have rooms to donate FOR SALE!: Pigeons, buff and .
McEwen
,1In Oommunlon for women Ute first I League at T p. m. Prayer meetIng or.rent for the camp meeting period -I blue, 40 pairs for $20.00. H. N'I Poultry: Plant.

Sunday of month; for seen and at 7 30 Pancoast, Roberta rd, N. o( 'GUAVA
; p m. Wednesday are asked to notify Mr*. E. A. JUICE $1 per gallon.
bey*, the second Sunday moath. '
Avocado dr. (pfSl
Warren of the Florida City I Jungle Grove Rcdland.I .
pastor I
Holy hour Thursday .before -fint Feb. 7 Morning message: I

Friday of month at 7:45 p. m Mass Aa Available God"! special Fret Methodist Church. FOR SALE! Finest quality poultry |I FOR SALE Guavas. Sa Ib, onlyIn

first Friday at T.30 ai'". Bene-I erase by cbotr Evening snea product, live or dressed. W., small quantities. Jungle

leg Uctlon, of the Blessed Sacrament sage "Brains. Nerves, Habit, Mrs. W. J. Parker Goes B. Caves, 107 N E. First avenue Grove, Redland.

e after mas Character" bf Dr A. M.,, viva On Tour for MissionsMrs. (pInCh 5))]I

aided lea of Philadelphia, CAR15SAS, IOC qt. CUTTINGSand
mllIS11A1'l SCIENCE CHURCH I FOR SALE-Shetland pony and I SMALL PLANTS for sal*.
W J Parker wife of the
Silver Palm Community Church saddle M. A. Berger Home
etr'de I Mrs Ceo. W. Kosel Jungle
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' Florida City-Broadway. and -the Rev H. Q Cowan, pastor pastor of the Homestead Church 1! itead. Q 1 If) i Grove, Redland road and Plum-

Sixth street Sunday school at Sunday school every Sunday 10 t of the Nazarene, Is accompanyingthe ; I

>:45 a. m. for pupils under 20 years I lam.; preaching cervices on first, Rev. J. E. Redman district" FOR SALE! Citron, fresh or pre.I GLADIOLUS BULBS Picardy.,

of age; morning service at 11 I third and fifth Sundays at 11 a. I superintendent of Florida Naza- I served. Tropical tomato mincemeat the most spectacular and roost
V.Inst.. rena churches, and Mrs. Rodmon! | and sandwich filling, t
o'clock. Wednesday ."enlrll'ler ; m. and 8pm.Princeton beautiful gladiolus ever prodl"
a vices which Include 'testimonial I on a two-week tour of central and OIL 20c; pint 35c Calamondin In ed Flesh to salmon pink colur.Vlgoroa .

of healing and experiences and remarks ...Th Rev. II O Cowan I northern Florida cities In behalfof small lots lOc qt. Mrs. Ceo w. grower and well adapt

on Christian Science, I p. pastor; the Rev. L. G. Adams foreign missions | Kosel, Jungle Grove. i iI' ed to Florida condition. HiiJt-

m. The public I Is cordially Invited assistant pastor.. Sunday school at I I The tint services were held at | cat quality bulbs large size $2.21

thto to attend. 10 I. m. and preaching at 11 every Bradenton and St. Petersburg on I' FOR SALE! Petunia plant ISrdoz per )90 medium size $1.SO per
R. 300 N
Sunday. Josephine Pratt .
Sunday Preaching nt T:30 p. m.
toa 100 postpaid Orders for shipment -
Feb. 7 IMMB-*ermatopfet on first Sunday of month.METHODIST. E! 1st ave. (J22U) i
by not prepared
"Spirit". I W. GOULD DIES express ,
FREE W. Could tannEr Homestead LEGAL NOTICES: i ii large size $1.6(1( per 100, medium
size .10 hundred. No order
11b CHURCH OF CHRISTHmeteaV visitor who resided at Jacksonvile $1 per

east Fvrlda aty-Mr*. Ernest died there on Jan. 25, accord-i i NOTICE: Or APPLICATION fOB TAI accepted for less than 2. Spe-

-Flnt. avenue and re h pastor.. Sunday fug to word received by local I I BBKDSmitt cial prices per 1000. E. T. Draper

,N. ;W J'1ftb.tNet; T. J. Hualon,;, .t' a DM preaching 11 a. ...war-I[friends I f r rtrmffl' ( ia nr-Bill niY!No. tail rtvrw that] Byltin, V*,

'", Inletel'. BibU .tudy jit 10 a. m., 9 p.. m.; Junior meeting 6:30 1 I Addle t. WnlMtU holder of our and: COM _
tt .communion ; 'ftUwmfeip-, and Young People meeting : t T.I Cmirirato N.' S744 b.oo4 UM
'1 MISCELLANEOUSMODELLO
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lay LEGAL NOTICE jfer of lul*. A. D. 1111. *." *'* _
-,rallQlJn.t 11 a, m., p*. ckiag at Pnyerand das meeting 7:30 I tied wade appll..tive
,7 p..m'ra'ff'nNlittl dome or APPLICATION ran TAX 111_ _Itr_ tko fallowllnf &* GROCERY L. Anderson
I c.j'
.... .'.at 7:30 p m. PENIECOSTAL'GouldsIlex. (110.... n Bill KD No.' suit I 1 nmpritr lo-wll In tM Cwnlo of Paolo ... fancy groceries Nt"ton-

CHURCH OF GOO NOTICE: .IB HFREBY. GIVEN that Poll Lou U w f(. Dada. Cttrw runM. road and old pixie Highway
'na : John H. Stroud, IMM ... Joann. _... hoMHw of *auto' Plat Book 4. Toco M. I* the county 'tpfl'.t,
sad County Toi Certificate No. IIM7 bMO I of Pno. eats nf ".....*. .
D.m.teacl-80f 7f W* First paiton Sunday school: at 149: < UM Its day of A.._ A. D. IMI. has.! Tko _i_.1 of MM nmMil u..TUM MR. B W. MORRIS no longer
preaching: at U a. m.'and 7.30 f.M MOM In mr ofrte. tot hear made no.plkotkM MM. .ortirkwM. heed WM I* the nnnM,
avenue; J. H. Dodson minister. p. for a fine o.4 to M sexual tho... oft L. C Jorkl ono John Wlfk. .tk.iiMr. connected with my office. II A.
Sam Sunday *ch ol -at:0' a. in.r FIRST PKESBxTERtAN M. said ()oootU..w mkrocw ttv fulkr.x U.lw rid "reiterate newel M Cameron. (JIMS)
: I.s deoeOel ..." in 1M .f =
passer IN ,
the
novordlnff to low Peoria
preaching at 11 a: II,41 r S* of'ri
p.m.; DM. luw ld.. to-wH Wa will .. sold to UM hl..h. bl Junlar'Y. P.at 0:41 p. M. Prayer lIestead--&lOm. avenue at Lot I. Hock S. Rids Cr.it a SuWn. 1"1"- -..-- door on UM flat Mm- PIANO TUNING Apia repairing.
.. 1 1.1 Book II, J'... 41. In UM fvanlrof tko Month of Mark. HIT wtibkjt Good used piano for sate. cheap
meeting, :30 p "m.Wednesday N Ilthrstreet; the Rev, K. I* Nelson I D.4.BUU ofTlorhfaLtki I the ,.. ur of M.rrfc.. IMT,
IX minister Bible school alm Tom ..a..a..at .1 am eropao'p s..w D..... this little dor of J.....", (1STE. W. E KOCH. 118 N. W. Jr4 St.
.''_THCRCU OP TUR MAZARINE. *. .....MrtUlooU.loved. WM, In UM Maine;I I L UCATUkaMANGlork .
Young people's meeting at 6:30 art Unkaw.flat .... ....
1 :: of Clrtglt Court, ri tho. will ko mM to tM h.. l> oow -
HleadTh Rev. W. J. p. m.; Ladie prayer circle, Tuesday MM wrtlfkoto shell k. room.; :/, D.M Coiintir riurMn. I j I M UM co..-_ doer on MM lintMader
.I iminllKit U low, too peep Ky Shan lend Olimlt Court ...'. In the nUi d rVvrour
at 2:30 Mld-wek
I Parker, pastor Sunday school at f : p. m. prayer tMnln will ko MM to UM kvlwot kM4nrot 1 15i N., C. 5TPRacTT. ? cI whlrk to the I.I : of rvkrwrr ..tllll.
i IMI 'a. m.| preaching at 11 a, m service Thursday at 710 p. m. tko Ooortkoim or on tk* fliwl Hon.ov I Jon. III, P." o. IS III.IJlOTIB ). I 1 f4 Uih Klik *>r of IWembtr. t,M.B .
I M too mouth of Morrk 1M7. whirs kIk. .I
:, B IrATHEHMANCkrk ,
10 a. m. preaching at It .
; a.
ii and 7:30 p. m.; N. Y. P. & and ra Ut day rf Horrk IM7UM OF APPLICATION MR 'Alj of tiger CourtDad.
Junior meeting at 630 p. m. and a p. 1ft Young people meet- this Itlfc o.r of J..'mrr. IMf PEED Outtr nm*,
i Ing all m. C B LXATyKRMAN 5011 1N Clmll. cleft ImlBr I.
Prayer meeting WecMldar'en: p. Clerk of Clre.il t I'I'ICEMani." : cfvcK TBATOAINCO N. c. STrnmrrr n. r
U.i eo..", norMk.Clrmlt IJ.eaisra,701:
.lug 7;30 p m. knldrr of state and County
Feb. 7 Moraine wenhlp Court S.l, I Tax OwtlflraH kta. MM fa4 UM Ills day
"The Lev *f Peter forChrist"i Br N. C. 8TERRKTT. P 0J id i .I". A. D. "10. k.. fill. MUM In n> NOTICE
Feb. T Sermon e. "The | .>. II: rob. t. II II). all.. .. and kM .... applkitlm for UiI Pleasant to UM, pn>vk. ...n> of *.*>ll .oW4
4 Church Blm" hloB refer to evening; worship I dad to w h.wd II.wn. a.ld' ('.ntl..... of ehe tonkins Art of -ItU. _tu> U
the f Christ and the I "Studies la Stewardship." NOTe OP APPLICATION/ ran fAX i 1__ the fullowl.t d-sibrd Prat.eits k ...tir at_ lor The Pint N.ti>.not B..k
coming
In PKID : lot tile Consist of bads, state of Florida, of HMMtMo, III UM rely church conditions prior to thatPrinceton Young people charge. NOTICE IS BTRMIY: GIVEN that Diehard Owe eLot Wan ,,' Florida. .*.1 UM M.I.lilt* tmiwx.o'IIM
time, -...... It holder M M.IIIM of CIA. of 17.I Sink' It. Coral, o bb.. to*. I tM kokMio of SPIRITUALIST TfciUPLK OF blame T.i Orl,nV.M N........ tilt ,i L. Fiat Bi..k I. PM. M In the Gang 5a Uw Pas 'WoM .01.:.d/fl >t-l,
I TRUTH and II ll" ...... the 4lk <.r nf Juno. ,i I ot Dodo SUM of florUa. iJ"l: BnlM St tul.. M .tSoitlDO
-In* Rev. C. H. Con- I A. D. IIM kM filed. MM C. till..,. In T.... ._._, at rid praprrll nmkr t* uf the r.dra1 1 R..... Arr. Mon
} tax deed kttwt lemmas m wwH.n of UNKNOWN Br onbr of 1k> .-...H of Dlrartora.
preaching at 10:45 a. m. and '7.30 I Spiritualist Temple of Truth Ini with tow Sam. OrUflMtM amine the U.I.. Sets .rt/flap shall ... ""Irwn.A I. I. .LI..DON. CauSkr "
I jp. m.Junior meeting at 6:90, young Woman Hub 410 N. W. Eighth |I 101........ oWrrlk.4 ......... elevated U iwvorillii* to .... the nruoorty _riloo t'UoL I-II.. HINOTUK
i Did. CfMBIr ,.Iur"". a.wk I I(11 th.Prin will IX roll. to UM hleIu.hidd...
people meeting at 630: Prayer I avenue. Men Bible class and Lot S. Work 10. North ".. seventh M IM CourVkovM door on tko not McwiV Or Area NATION rob TAI
I I meeting,Wednesday at T:30 p. m. young people lyceum at 7:IS p. Amino "40111..... Flot Hook 7. Pan St. '. In UM Month of M.rrk It7 wkkkto prruIHfMl.
In UM CKr of MUnl Coontr of ttado, the lit
m.; healing by Dr. J. Carl Hobaon Plop of Florida, M tmbnMr In Cw I I bawd "10 lath day of January, HIT HI Hf.KKIIY GIVEN THAT
EPISCOPAL at 74S: ; lecture and messages at llflnto Mo. n\tl Th. MiiMBint K. B LKATHKRMAN: I TAINLO I.... holiest 4 lloto w4 lowrtr
of MM HnMrtr loon tM MM Cw |I CUrk of Circuit. Court. Tex Certifiable .... 4MS4 bawd! Ov 7th
j St John's-S, E. Second avenue 7:30.: tithe knwd WM I. the MUM of Do- Dole County, Plolda.I I day of AnraM, A. n. ..... kM fiM. MOMhi
land Fourth street Homestead the bw..... Clone Coiiri ....). I mi ..... and kM male uylkolwii fur
; Stank STEHHICTT "c. dad br hoard Said OrUHaUr
but 14. II North wool tVrnitk I I Mr le ox lu IBpi'Mk
][Rev Milton B Sackett, vicar. JOHN 0. SAIJJiT POST !NO 43 Ammr AMItlon. Put Hook 1. Pun I IN.lien.. II II, SI, Ft*. a.I I ombrun llw folio ol n lorries
Morning prayer and sermon Sunday II. In IM Cltir of Ml.ml Count atD.4. Property U MM CoaMr of llwto state ",(
AMERICAN LEGION .. SuiK at riorih. omfcruo4 NOTICE OF APPLICATION POX TAX rlorkM fawns
at 11:00; holy communion every I In CorUrtwI. .... SIISI. The DEED Lot IS abed II. COM GoUM &,.
Sunday at '7:30: a. m. and first time Drat snot HiM WrihiMrtafp most of M pmoortir MMMT the MM I (*...,* Bill.... loll SIa t Rorbro. a S kda.. flit Nook
s m Am ri.ui jftm\ !rues. .., .:kotwt'wM III UM MUM ofUnbM NOTICE: M HKBKIIY GIVEN U .l Q5'_ HI. lo the Oontr .> l>>4*.
Sunday of month at 11:00 other .
: ; I t'n"_.. MANY M AVERY ImW-r of St. >.1Coa .1 PWMI.Tk .
holy days at 10:00: a. m. Young t ,trial pass fflrrl JKmlh Kmnu Ar., m< OnVlMtM dun he ...... >ty Tax Conlfiuto No. (4M M>unlMM > MMMOWKI of uM orooortlt ml>r
11.enw.t.ad, Fla.. .d s.eedl.e a low, San deal will ( Srtf "day o( Awort. A. O IMI kMflM the MM t rminmM Wad WM III Uw PiM
Peoples Service League Sunday theme the fled day of ": A. :1 MUM l In mr off$", and! KM made oo.pllnCMO : sit KlrUnl O. Urtt.Uol .
at (:JO p. m. I 1 far a tot oW4 la k> laud UMM. .M MM __ ...U bead !.*...
i IM.MW this Krtknmr of January, A. D I ion nail Cortlfhoto OMOTMM@ the follow Mvunlliw Uw the proportT lUvrll
INT.I l.. oWrrik perms In tko Cowity ofUoor. :td theta ..r.. .JH a tM klihrot bells
'I I It. B. LItA TftERIl AN. Into of florMo. fawn: ol UM Court IMIIM d...ir a0 UM first MUr "".
I Turner's funeral dome I NE'ALL Clark II I ans.. Ceaa., of NSIA, d I .f WW'4 I. I( In the wwntk of Marsh lilt wXIrhb
lIMa ca-It. ........... ..%. U. Township KUr _111. a._ UM ,.. door of Mutb IMJIMM4 .
ourr Pinhole Closets. Court *...U .1 M Ewa. w.sl. d.. I A_ am" wI. ship fork 4>r of I....." IMf
II-It. AM l'IANCB sERVICE 'I By N. C. BTTLB.P.PTT. D. 0.J. ... !. UM caused of Dad,. state atPInrIJa. R. II. trATHPRMAN: :
nnn! INSIRANCU *SDVTVDRED ( .... IJ, II. Folk S. If. Ill I'I .. Chef of armlt CourtDo : .
Lady Attend .I LENTS: .', Tto _loiot W MM tropnty ..<...1 Onstp." floridirreRiirTT \ .
I elm MM Mtttrioou bawd ... to the .... Cereals Cowl IInoL
Phone '''.R Home..... r. M H Kroon "... Want Ads Pay-Try Them of I M. L P. CORP. lip H. e. n r
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I'' Paw Twelve TEE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Friday February JL 1937 .,

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COUNCILContinued 1 i

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ANY BRAND UNICORN
( front Pale On)
preparations tor the temporary I
camp close to the iwlmmlng pool IILK G Spinach
building, and will install !sewer .
and electric In addition Nw 8% (:ass
aysteanf 3)) )J
lgo 22c
cans .
to opening the bath house for the -- -
UM of UM tourist Mr. Norton 2 .. 2cano ac
will par the city tor the electricity '
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and water consumed by the trailer Southern Lady PREMIER
occupant; he will snake a charge
of not more than $&.10 weekly for .
the parking space and the facilities Salad Dressing Grape Juice
offered. The contract will extend -

anent until camp May mac I be when-..Idered.Ira a perm-. I qt. jar __ __ 25c FRI. AND SIT. SPECIALS qt. bottle .. 35c

Haycock, city attorney, was

ordinance instructed, to to bt draft submitted aa emergency at the!I!
next council amtlnc requiring!l MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE lb 29c
trailer tourists tt ccosply with sanitary ,
specific*Mean. The council I
expressed the Mu that the ordinance -
will fMMiw the trailers UBOLAND
from Mattered wow to the recrea. Pure Gold ALL-GOOD
tlon park where every provision it I Flaw or self-ftialm GRAPEFRUIT, per bushel. 39c }
being made for ..... I PEACHES
Frank Hue, Ben Morris and AI .I FLOUR I lbN can

with* Webb Mr. Horton.were appointed The same to work com 20 lb. bag u. SSe Red Chief Dog Food __ __ . 5c No. 2% canu :17c
mittee was asked to revive InterestIn
repairing the municipal swimming HONEYMOON
pool after Mr. Rue called attention DRIED PHILLIPS
to the act that the water Peppermint PattIes, 1 lb. box ---19c
h'.el in the swimming pool is, Bartlett Pears Tomato Juice
down about eight Inches I
At the suggestion of Mayor T.I ;
J. Harris, a lilt of business establishments per lb. . .. 15e Chocolate Covered Cherries ..lb'25c 6 No.1 cans. '2 is
that have not paid foroccupational
licenses, due Feb ,.
ruary 1, will bt put Into the handsof I RICH, CREAMY FREE s ...
the chicf-of-pollce by R.
Edwards city clerk.A E'I CANNON'' !
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letter was read from J. W. Scan C
English requesting that the city I DISH TOWEL .
council use Its influence in havinga
telephone) cable removed from I
the front of his motion picture I SIIA VER'S OVER-5EA FANCY Castelberl'1'
Theatre so that a lane electric sign I
!sent may be the Installed.Southern Bell A letter Telephone will be I Field Peas Whole Grain Rice, 5 lbs. ... 25c STEAK '

Company asking that the cable be WITH SPANISH au vr
moved; the city attorney will prepare No. 2 can _. ..lOc CHASE & SANBORN No. 2 can :: -30c
an ordinance giving the city
the right to order the telephone COFFEE, dated, 1 lb. pkg. . .. 27c .
company to move Its lines to the I
alleys. POSTS Lady Grace

the Rev.Homestead A. A. KoestUne Methodist, pastor Church of I HUSKIES PALl\IOIJVESOAP, 3 bars 17c Sweet Pickles

was granted permission to con- ". '

duct American a Sunday Legion school Park from class 9:301 inl I I 2 pkgs. ........ 25c Super S'Jds, 3 pkgs. .__. . .... 25c qt. jar .u. ;... 25c
to 10:30: a. m. each Sunday and to

move chamber The the city In class truck case to of carried the fain.cl1council away 32, S U GAR built 5 Ibs. 27c-.

loads of trash during the clean-up
,
campaign last week, Mr. Webb!
sanitary commltteenun reported.
He suggested that residents clean I
their premises further and have WINESAP LONGHORN OR DAISY Over-Sea
refuse piled In Lori
available places
the next clean-up campaign in FANCY CREAM CHEESE, lb. ... 25c
about two months. APPLES Peanut Butter

.
5 lbs. .. ... 31c SODA CRACKERS, 1 lb. pkg. __ lOe 2 lb. Jar 35c

':.I
f Golden SWIFT'S JERSEY
Ripe
PEANUT ROLL, lb. . -. .. 35c
BANANAS Tomato Ketchup I of
I Et ICE TEA GLASS FREE WITH

3 lbs. ... _... l3c MONARCH TEA, l-4lb. pkg. . 225c12 1g. bottles. 25c \

ItJCCEfi50SLICED


t General. PINEAPPLE 2 No. 2 Cans 31 C


Public Utilities

f Clover Bloom SWIFT'S CIRCLE S- .a to 5 lb. average PORK

Homestead rum IvS-M Country RoU. PICNIC HAMS, lb. .. . .. 24c SHOULDERS

I r I I BUTTER BRANDED WESTERN 's or"bole -

; I lb. .. ... 39c ROUND STEAK, lb. ___ _. _. 27c lb __ .__ .. ., 24c
I IP
;; WESTERN ,

MONKEYJUNGLE ONLY I Iof BANQUET CHUCK ROAST, lb. ... .. ..... 20c Local Killed

;- Sliced Bacon FRYERS
1 WTHCUJ5, COUNTRY ROLL

\ The __ ... .. 35c SAUSAGE"l\IEAT," lb. . ... .. 25c lb. .. u __ 300 'J
M liieI
. Zs d lee)
I 4 1esi soars GROWS

s j', I NEW RED BLISSPOTATOTr, 10 lbs. 32c. ]



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