The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00125
 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: May 28, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00125
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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WAGNER: FOR Poppy Day to Be Observed Tomorrow; $20,000 REAL ESTATE DEAL

\ Memorial Slated Sunday for Key Dead, ,

GUTCOHIGHSCHOOLS' Poppies made by hosfiltnliied I'been described by the national I: UTESICilAXTOLISTOFMANYTRANSFERSRECENTLY
World War veterans will be sold President of aloe uuxl'lery ,
for their benefit In Homestead to- I Graves of veterans m Palm:
ncnew. the sky before Uemorm, Cemetery at Nftvamja an being:I
!: Pay by members of thg,. \l ne-I f given weeded attention this week ,:
i stead American Legion Ainrffiaryi'at'thf direction of Wm. J..G< I The price el a peppy is whateverthe I mo adjutant of John O. Sally Post
buyer thinks ha cam or wants of the American Legion, Home-
Leave Location Out of Dis 1' t. gives Mrs. Laser Kendrick is!1_ad. The local post will decorate Price of 80 Acres BoughtBy
cussion. Redland 1! Poppy Day chairman. lI..dqu..1 tile ex-service men's graves a r Vermont Doctor Exceeds .

Man Urges I!ters will be at the Sheffield Etectrle i with flags and the women of the .J That Amount
Co store 1 I auxiliary will put flowers on them
I }..
SEES TWO DISTINCT : Members of the Auxiliary and'the Sunday Memorial Day MARKED ACTIVITY IN
: usual contingent of Junior Sunday afternoon. the Home-
ADVANTAGES IN IDEA:'' volunteer helpers will be on pops stead post along with all other HOMESTEAD HOUSES

uter street comer and at ether. posts In the fifth Legion district r
More Subjects for Pupils 'I'skrstegM locations so that all winpass .;i will take part in services at Mate- ': Many Transactions Wait
and Less Bad Feeling may have the opportunity to mambo memorializlag the hundreds I' Final Papers to Per.mit.Publication
buy one of the ted badges of,of veterans in the Florida Key ,
in District tribute worm ever America's re-I camps who died in the 1135 Labor .:"
--- 'I memberlng heartsas they have Day hurricane I
Car of Red- Involving s
Wiener principal r .1 ." '''II A ree eatit tV deal
land School la discussing .Jvan..j .'..... purchase prjoe sold to be In excess
tales of. the proposed consolidation I i 12 BOYS12; GIRLS 'HOMESTEAD; HIGH ,," t of S20'000 1'drive. reported this week
of UM Homestead Mid the Red- to the site BO acres on Cjsmoe
tend Junior and senior high school 4$ acres In grove, to C*.
before the Redland District Lioni ,IN REDLAND HIGHCOMMENCEMENT P TO GRADUATE 21 : Carl Robinson of Burlington Vt.

Club Tuesday night stressed the: .Ii The property, owned by Feed A.
fact that the question shoulc I ] TUESDAY Grow of Chicago, was sold through
bet considered n ifc men* slope I : Brooks Inc.. which has long used v
'without regard to which community i i s th* Douse on the property as Its

would haW the senior high, Redland High School's cony: Commencem-nt exercises for 21 i ALLOT WESTORDINATION !!field headquarters. '
school or the junior high school ''mepcement: program will be gives graduates of, Homestead 1'11,1I I tt Is understood that Dr. Robinson
He Mild there" would to twc Wednesday,night at I o'clock to!School will be held Tuesday at a 'i expects to move into his newly
.fjtincf adveirtsgea ta consoMatgjrls ''I''I Una,; XwdlandSdtaot susjtortunl ,p. m. In Neva King Cooper School, OF :acquired grove home on September
InC t" tw."c >1t. The caDanMMeBwnl address will auditorium. I' 11Turner

",n.t," be,said, "aloe boys and I,be wads' bye: the.Uv. J. C. Sims,. The baccalaureate services, In t ALLEN 'VEST TO J Funeral Home rec ntly
could take mar ruWetts thai:pastor of the Kpersbia Baptist which most of the Homestead i purchased the building"It had beee.
they desire take and are saw unable .ChnrchlaMteni The salutatory churches will Join, will take place renting at Krome avenue and N. K.
to get even though the [address wW be made by Miss Car Sunday at 11 a. m. in the audi BEIIELQSUNDAYla Eighth street Herbert Turner,
ject* 1St1 'td'' are offered ta .;lottsiVjAmes and the valedictory,.,torium. The Rev., Milton I I JupUw partner of the firm has purchased
schools. SchnduIVlUUlcultle*. f MIIlfMan"Iwt. The Invo- ,SackOpatoro $t; Jo n'l : "B'I the frame house opposite. )
'tent them'ffl>m gettlhg' Saftbh and the iSlBaSCTlon will t'e'',copal Chur b. wfU preach the .. 4he same church In vfeicb he Dr. J. A. Smith's new residenceon 1
subjects. In the Redland achool: II pronounced by the Rev. H. R. Core.Mrs. .I mon, the Rev A. A. Koestline pastor was baptized when, he was eight'! J*. Krome aveaue and will
least fall 18 studenta wanted a certain Nell K. Walker of Homestead,I of the Homestead Methodist yean eM and before the same minister r move his family Into It as soon at
subject but only seven could I county school board member, will! Church, will give the scriptural who baptised.turn Allen West renovating Is completed.
get It at the period that it could ,present the diplomas. reading, and the Rev. C. N. Walker wilt be ordained as a minister of Howard Johnson recently PUT-
fee ottered. I Music: by the school band and will give the invocation Ifre.'i'i the gospel Sunday afternoon at chased the Frank UodemaA tile
Second when the people and !songs by a high school mixed Wm. Mussehvhlte will ting a solo, 3.00 when a council 01 ministers and rtureo bungalow on N. Kromt.
Students of both communities :chorus will be features of the pro- I "Open the Gates of the Temple".I and deacons, presided over by the '
E. CatMn Is remedestwt
would get to supporting one school,,;I gram. I The commencement night 1>1'0-\'\ Rev C. H. Walker pastor of the the Dr.house 1. he acquired comparatively -
(Continued On Pall four) I II The baccalaureate services forRedtand's gram la as follows: senior song by>> First Baptist Church ol Home-I recently.Other .
I i graduating class of 24 (Continued On Page Four) stead will publicly
of Improved
will be held Sunday morning at quamicattoM sad administer the I transfers
vows of ordination him In that; property In the city ef Homestead.
ALLEYS OF CITY 11 o'clock U the Redland
'I church. have bee almost 'toe'numarar
will be
rium. The sermon preach
IIIALF[ .HOUDAYS Bwntion and In several eases
ed by the Rev. E.L. Nelson, paste Mr. West was graduated from toh ,
TO BE RESTOREDTO Stetson University at DeLand a persons who have rented the same
ot the Filet Presbyterian: Churchof
Homestead. The Rev C. G. Nel AGREED) ON BEGIN year ago with aav A. B. degree and property for years have been askedto
he has just completed his ml year vacate in order that the pur
FULL WIDTH son, patter ot the Redland Community
Church will give the invocation NEXT at Southern Baptist Seminary ekasw may proceed wife plans I I
and the Rev H. O. Cow! THURSDAY; Louifxille Ky., from which he will for new building.
receive the degree ot master ef Many RedUnd District rest estate -
A drive to restore the alleys ol, an wilt read the scripture lesson
Homestead to the public UN for; Prayer will be offered by the RevGeorge I theology Nw yean tram now On transactions of varying pte-
dedicated I J:. Deuel and the benediction I Thursday afternoon balf-holl- May I he was called to be IlAIeta.Dtpa.tw portions are said to be near the
which originally
they were ,
days will become general la Homestead near
and educauoaal director of eowumaUon point awl
be the
will by
and intended If under way,t pronounced next week when all business (Continual O. Page Four) enough to permit reporting fey
Rev. H. H. Core. Mrs. W. M. Ft-
IMa week Ben]
1 I houses the city, with th* exception publication. '
street committeeman on the city field will sing a vocal solo. andservice
of drug stores,
council, iI directing the drive I The Redland graduating class stations wilt close their Fish Fry at 7 Precedes ;

which be says will be continued (Cvntuvjed on Pap Three) door at noon until the vacation Lions Big Show, DanceThe INQUEST TODAY
until every alley In town .li freed r period ends on Sept 2.
from brush and other obstruction Romance in Abstracts long program of entertainment
and private service Few" departures from agreement and dancing to be given at FORMANSTRUCKBYCARilIONBAY
to municipal I Homestead Rote Told reached at a special meetingof the Lion's Den ia Silver P lm tonight -
trucks.; called by RedlandI ..
for the benefit of the advertising
'Although Homestead hu COM 1 I An fcbstract gives the history of I I District Chamber 3I Commerce last, fund for the Chicago convention I
through periodical cteap-up campaigns -[I of land to which It re January were noted in a canvass trip will begin at 7 dock
with varying remit, this Mates and there Is romance In l-ef the city yesterday. rh accordance I: with a fish fry and many tickets
la the first time la the history ol delving Into Florida titles that ge with former custom, fertilizer have been sold for the event It An Inquest into the death of fbtf :
the city that the council has de-i back to grants to conquistador houses and barker shops observed was announced at the Lions meeting R. Newman, 49-ye; termined to clear the alleys and 'and court favorites by Spanish the closing date earlier than other 'Tuesday night The dance and lingerie salesman of Silver
give them back to the people to kings, Homestead Rotarians win concerns and were not open for I I and floor shovr will feature talent Palm who died in Kendal Hospital
whom they belong," Mr. Morris I I told at their meeting Wednesday business after the mid-day ..Inn'oded. from Miami Monday after being struck by an
aid. "In Justice to all we can'noon by Don Peabody president Neither Were furniture At Tuesday" night's meeting of, automobile on the Homestead-Mi
BO longer permit our public alleys i of the Guaranty Thule A Abstract stores and electrical shops. The!I the Lions Club of the Radlsnd :'ami highway shortly after nut-
to be wed as back-yarda" by private Corporation of Miami. city hall, bank chamber of commerce I District, Judge lUwlelgU C Petta- night Sunday, wity\{ to held at .30
individuals. I Mr. Peabody, who held the attention gxoeerys. dry good*' and:, way, formerly of Tampa but now a. m. today In the office of 0 ..
Among the primary objectives of the clubmen closely with hardware stores sad ,pUier coni associated with James M Carson Sutton, Coral Gabled justice ef
of the movement an: collection of his interesting and informing talk, arms transacted business as usualThe in the practice of law In Miami, the peace in whose district Newman -
garbage from residential backdoors was introduced by Wade Hunt, customary half-holiday observance made a talk on the amount of good died.
instead of front front entrances program chairman. of, Memorial Day, May;i; that organizations like the Lions Newman... taken to the kaspital -
on the main street facilitating :30, is eliminated this year M it and other civic clubs era do. Another by Bob Cassube auto pat
the service work ol tie light falls on- Sunday The Fourth of, speaker, In addition to Carl shop =wheat, of HomMteaJ
.at water department '-PlIvlnc: THS. WKATHn.wmOr July which also comes'on Sunday!'' Wagner whose remarks will be drive> of the car that struck UM
free aceeas to pefe ana watejr __ ad the s.N.aef.altgsl.wt will be observed tile following slay!found la antler column,was Mrs. pedestrian, who a short time se-
main in time of emergency and, ..... X.meiasS. "... wiSh MOB closing of grocery stores 1 Ida now cubed field representative >fore had been seen seated 0.. ssV
widening the ,scope t.action tot Datel aUi'MJnf Bar.) and all-day closing. by other bust for the American Foundation sample case beside the road. Oaf l
,the fire department when, need** stay at ..J alt !-ei !10.001I sea houses.r for the Blind. dab Joe Scarborough woo. ssrestlgated ->
,Business delivery sendee-' also win Kay .23. ......J'I i 61 IJ003! Placards tearing tile betas sad I' A girts ejaartrt from Radioed the accident said Cat
= fee more convenient when, macdriveways .May S3 _1 M |I M | | 4atea of closing are being printed High School composed ef Miss lUbe was apparently bllndedr ky
to residences asp .% May 24 --a I IT |163 !30.00| 'y order 01 the chamber of com- Ethel Roberts, Miss Gwendolyn the lights of an approaching sr
.vened.Meat. May W I 69Zi9 { snevce for distribution to all mer Campbell, Miss Vera Parker and and failed to tee the man M be
.e this city's el ry. M plat-, May M .1" ( Ie \ISOOOfM eh********will a* soma to eb*-I MIss Joyce. .Milliard: sang three.. pulled ever to the site as airy tend
'tCoatiawd On I>age Tour) $ 2T .....j n L a j34.03 It"Vim preA ftentl 'R (QmtImI -011 rose 71Ir'H')

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Two 7 HE LEADEU- ENTERPRISE Friday, May -*, t U

--- 1 P't Mrs .... A. Koettline. Mr. and Mn. I the; association kith i Kiln"; 01
mrmerty, Cave., wild! enough to A. 0. Cain Treats ScoutsTo
Brooker Edges Out|I be effective walked nine men and Lloyd Field Mitt Mnry Belle Glbhs M. A Tx>ffan, a plu '''nut

struck out seven. Chicken Pilau Supper I Misses Antionette and Helen Moje. Monroe Ga., who u.is k '

Horne; Men's Shop The line-up and summaries follow Misses Helen and Grace .Field ion the staff of the Dude
: A O Cain scoutmaster, gave Miss Leola Little MU Mary Mc- Hospital under Dr. Smith

Gets Overwhelmed the Boy Scout a chicken pilau NeiU Miss Marjory Redd Miss Dr. Berger said yr'tlrdl1'

MWt shop. sit : kkfaT ralr' ill r kkHlo upper yesterday evening in the Nona SaulKMus. Ruth Tower Mitt he will have an additional I ,
> NO1 I o III 1 s
_.. 4 5' 1 tang 01 I I I old South Methodist Church building Martha Clow Mist Frances Dab- ing room In the new quarters rIng
In diamond ball garnet playedhere eo- I I1 4 a a Rborts r. 9 1 0Not..n. a* tribute to Charlie Uttle' ney, Miss Elizabeth Wilkes, Alene a total of two rooms for wl
Wednesday night, Brooker III S a I Malin If a "
Lumber Co. won from W. IX Horn Lies of 1 1 I M.xl..m III a. 1 Eagle scout, who will be out of Koestllne and Kermit Glbbt patients and one for colored. '"
arrant a 4 1111. l. 0 town for several Weeks The next Royal Palm Union
Co.. 7-4 m a claM hard fought game recalls, .. .. .'....... of he
and Burton'f Department Store I.. ...... n 0 I II rrfna.ryt lit I I Mr. Cain announced that meeting will be a candlelight and WILL ATTEND CAXP
A-. rr 4 10.ekra. of I 4M.tbie would give a complete scout uni- echo service on June 24" the Local girls who plan to go lot
Swamped the Men' Shop, 15-4. If. 1 I '1' Finder t 15111W .
0 form including shoes, to the scout
Clonlnger Home pitcher, and .___ Homestead Methodist Church. Hi-League camp at the Dan
Thomas tY a 1 making the beat record during the Miss Mary Belle Clbbs will have Beach Hotel from June U to Jut]
Brooker twirler, each allowed .
six Ilia. II... .. i i coming year charge of the program. I are: Mildred and Mart
Brooker made five
r.__ ... I 6 1 i e--1s .Wlllard Fifield, scout committeeman Field Marjory Moter. Edwina
of ire seven runs in the first Inn
ing. Twe ..... bit., Little screen throw t.51st ...- told of the recent scout drill R. D. Y. P. U. to MeetIn Mary Jo Close an Wanetta Koesiline.
HI_, ea1 cord" basal Alms. In Miami and offered to drill the .

with Vihlen I tingle led and the a Burton double hitting out of :'tFrj::".Muhl.l. 0. Itob.ra bull 11oa-r out C.-: boy If they cared to begin. M. E. Church SundayThe

CVM, 7, KuUru I. viniilM siltelwr. M*. The others present were: the LEGAL NOTICES ''
four tines at bat Six error by U.H atttS.,. Ptndor .coos. a R. D. Y. P. U. will meet at
: t"t. Rev. A. A. Koeitllne retiring
the Men's team "a. '1..... L caber:., : APPLICATION
Shop contributed
Slump, .. P.1_ .. risnatr a. woutmaster Charles Robertson, the Mehtodlst' Church of Homestead NOTICE OF Poll m
materially to the Burton scoring.105x1 u.....se t .......... PA Howard Lamb, Carlton Sweet Carl Sunday evening, and the ( DBKDBonaU Bill, ".. Itll '

.brbha..b.. .. bb ......--"h--- .b hit Fredrick, Charlie Little Charles Epworth League will have charge Hit ,1
_.... U 4 1 1 ,....... It I a ah.rsrd 01 a I 0 nlrh M a 1amok. Letter of the program.All HOTICI U HBBRBT OIVE>J 614
('........ lb 4 a Horns. all .1 1 IN.rrnw .. lit 0 OT.HIUO' If I 0Th. Steffanl!, Elmer Martin Latlll Hotter kolilor of Ital and ComttJ
a I 1 R.-. Ib I I 1Claoine. 0 1 1 *I IWIttko' IkVHilm I I IWye. Archer Harry Martin Harold of the young people's unionsof Tax Certificate No. IIIII Ward tat trdi
.. p I I I ITh..sa 0 0 l 1t. tk 1 I .fMDaflM I. I Branch Bank and Joe Byrum, the district are Invited to attend doe t Aoiuot......, A. D. IM1, kot filed mil
and ha niadt
". I. err of' aepUwtaofl
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.II. 11 urnm" a 0 I a 11.11. 0 IkN I I
1..1. l ..... ab 1 I I Campbell of" 10 "' kMl p I. I Preston Bird. Edward Kirby David the service which will be held at for a tax Mad U k* board 'hi.... S..UJCortlfleat

:'..NAM. .. :'Ib ,a I t t tt.: :'re wMba..tto a" : t Canard ft MWfbk "I. 1 0 0 .1:4.. .lit... IkKM I I.. 0 I Roberta Harvey and Paul Rue, Den T o'clock. vroportv* oaikraooa In th* Couatr tat fdl.ofq.d ot Had*. f4a

of 10 0. C'1oo1i of I I Ia C. ...."1... If. 9'M.' Blow rl I J I Bechdol and Ron Rein of Florida, towlltLot ... ;
.".. rf 1 0 .1110. 0 I I 0. *J>Ur .n ref a 'Va.pboll a I a0e..w.d Dr. Smith and Dr. BergerIn lit Block' II. lUaltn 1awrkCorp. "
line' lb ',0.1110. .f wa7 : 0 : a Cemut dim Plat Book I oat
.. .. 3l 4 911.bop. a 1 0 aI Signs Posted Against .New Offices Monday tl, In UM .County of Po.... ass of
.1 t"T tNotr fI JIe. __ FlorUa.Th .
I I is Hunting in Park Area aiooiamont of mid aroptrtlth ......
I e a A a .-aBr I I. : Dr. J. A. Smith physician and told cortlflcal bound., wat la Uv ..
wh.r 0 0 w 1 1..1 I armtd .. 1 e t iiK 1- 1 of Barak Alton
dart t 0 : e i : s-a r surgeon and Dr. M. A. Berger, Union said oortlflmH. dull W i
'wi. boo hest CH.l.vr. a'....... ",."... + .1 As a preliminary step in the dentist who for have .according to I... Ik* proper 7 _
.. _.b1. ,-, borrow 0.Tlane CIo........ \- "tot*.: tollls Cxipb.ll. Oroni national and state program for the, many years od thrln will W aoM to Uw htahMt but
Wrap I. C Cam.,boll. show: ..sare.Ilse ..:: ; bow on kaltooff Tlomai tl NOHKMI had offices with a common waitIng d.r at tao Cowt-lHMH door n tk* nrw
Cl.eosw. .IttINtla: Mable pa,.tbarrowCh i otraek out br Theism I. M.l,oil I; ..r'rant conservation of game and bird life room In. the Home building Monday In t..e month of July Ull vhlukl.
okir.'f.Ida .... m boll. of" Noll .. Webb, N.lau.. Roar, 0_... In the Everglade National Park It ho Ml dar of July IOIT '
I opposite the city 'h.lI. will move of M... 1MTE. .
CI-na/.eve I. Tho..o at ann'k out xiod.Umplrot Dattdj this nth day
Clone/nerd .. Tbm.t se..l "._by. .......... Brlirana.Diamond area, warning notices against hunt Monday to !larger quarter on the .. LBATHkRUAN. ....
mama. c....... .h.. a.limper. ing and trespaiiing have been post Curb of Circuit Ceoo1O
second floor of the First National Dodo Florida
: IIoklwr8011....%
ed at Interval
along Cape
.. .. ... ....... I Bank of Homestead building.Dr. Che.11 Court
Ball Card Sable road from Royal Palm State I s.,5..I.lY.e
"to' 816011 ab r ...''II..... .. a bb Smith recently announced : t"Joss TT4, iCil
Ht.11 4 0 1 l.ltb .1 a 4 aOise. Park to the southern terminal of
.. of I 1 Oroh.. If a I 1 Revised After Key the highway at Flamingo

C.CI.; -:.:. i. : : : M.D.nld Walk.. 11\ : I 0 I1.Ittl..1 The signs were placed recently .

5 0 Vlh... or 0 I a Team WithdrawsA by W. B. Flowers, district conserVation {
....... rA.d. ...._ I
._ .1 I 1 P4_.... th e officer of the state game
r'rMH. I I w II... III 0 0 and fish department, who was assisted -
J. III-hop ab I e 1111 Bishop .1 4 1 revision of the diamond ban
M.""". It's, I 0 r."Ioo" a 4 I In the task by James Burden 011A A r"
Lswa M J" 0. abh-p a s I1 'I schedule published last week hat of Tavernler, local,warden of pt ANot"
-1 become necessary by reason pf the
It 4 .' 14 10 t the National Audobon Society I
withdrawal of the vernier club
Under circumstances 6W
no regardless -
.... Shot 1 1 w .
.1.- from the league, and the revlaed
of teuton, | hunting or I
Porous a I 4 a -11T. .
.... ... .. arrangement of games among the removal of animal, bird'or plant
his "h. tMn ., A* remaining of the league .
4mo... '..It'. 0.._ '. Valises MurltfeMl teams appear life from the national park *rea
"..t. WHtkc*! ....* M MU fill betovtl.Tavernler'a'. permitted, Conservation Officer
c._ 1. MitJil I. Poison 1. struck out kr withdrawal
ea.. I. Nrkni I. ort_.. plulwr. Mel.eat Flower said yesterday. Penalties|
hales pish.a Ca.... caused by the fact that torn of its for law violations are severe and'
-.., <" _". I|
IMHW t. player are now working on road
arrant ."...". ..ePo..... Nilmi, I*. will be strictly enforced, he de- a
foci. _. and bridge project at the lower clared.
u.plres SMeknrt BVkmi.Lumbermen end of the Key and It was necessary -

fpr them to travel 20 or 25 I
Defeat mile to reach Tavernier before Senior League Members \)

leaving for Homestead, explainedH. Attend Union MeetingA

Burton Men's Shop P. McDanlel president of the O
; local diamond ball league. group from the Homestead \i

Swamps Tavernier "Conaequently," Mr. McDanlel Methodist Senior League attendeda

laid "the manager, Mr. McKenzie meeting of the Royal Palm

was unable to get a team together Methodist Union at the Coral

Brooke Lumber Co. won from to play regularly, and the key boys Gable Church last week.

Burton's Department Store, 4-2 felt tnat It wa not fair to the fan In the party were the Rev and

and the Men' Shop from Taver- for them to come up with a hap- I

liter, U-3. In diamond ball gamea hazard team. The diamond ball Shop-Home ,

played Monday night on the local association appreciate the spirit June I Mcn't hop-Burton; I

field In which the withdrawal wa Horne-Brooker.

Tawnier withdrew from the,'I tendered and I* very sorry that It June 11 Men's Shop-Brooker; I
league after the Monday game was necessary tor Tavernler to Horne-Burfom

ind n new schedule for the three I take thin itep. We are lure that June 14 -; Home-Men's Shop; II
remaining teams has 'been made every team in the league and the BrookervBurton.
out. ) spectator a* well enjoyed having June 18 Horne-Brooker Men'
Although Nelson, Burton's pitch I the key boy In- the association." Shop-Burton.

er Allowed Brooker only one hit, I Revised Schedule June U Brooklr- urtoll.

a tingle by Wynn. the lumbermen ; May >8 Brookr-Men's Shop; Home-Men'* Shop. pPRESTON r

combined bases on balls and errors i, Burton-Home. June 21 Home-Men's Shop;
to icore Thomas Mattered theM May 31 Home-Men' Shop; BrookerBurton.June .

i\ Burton hits and struck out nine Brooker-Burton 23 Men't Shop-Burton;

menThe June :1 Horne-Brooker; Men's Horne-Brooker. i t
Men's Shop Jumped Into an Shop-Burton June 33 Brooker-Men's Shop;

.uly lead against Tavernler a* June 4 Home-Burton, Men'a Burton-Home.

C i u-s and Ma this allowed only two ShopBrooker.June June 28 Jlorno-Men'i! Shop;I 7
hits one by Carey and one by Burton-Brooker; Men's Brooker-Burton.

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Announcing ,

Peeples' Amoco Service

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South Krome A"e. & 4th St.. II

Opposite Tag Office !

Carrying: I BIRD


Specializing: In: i MOTOR CO.Phone


I li 18

I I 401 s. Krone Ate, Opposite Lerlon.Pave Hall

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May 28. 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Three

SUN OIL OFFICIAL Franklin Bargain Rack I resigned hit pastorate at Goulds to .
Scanned by CustomersOne f1 accept one In Key West. !

Mr.and Mrs. Streud wilt conduct Greeting Cards forFather's .
TELLS OF HYPOID ., the tint things customers I farewell services at the Goulds

of P. J. Franklin Inc, do when j church on Sunday, both morning!
GEAR LUBRICANTA they enter that store la to look land evening. Day alzdComnzencement
I over the Item on the "nothingover I
I 10 cents" rack, directly la
timely and urgent warning to, front of the meat showcase.Her 12 BOYS 12 GIRLS 1 1I
the flwnen of 1937 model e.n'w"I''I they find overstocked items 0 '
issued today by the Sun at bargain pricet. Predominatingright I (Continued 1-From Paige On)
pany'i district branch manager, now are 10 ounce Jan of
K J. Lynch of Miami I plckba-aour. sweet, dill.olivesand contain 11 boys and 12 girla, OUR GREETING.
"Find out what type or kind ofgears syrup. The,rack to kept They are Carlotta Ames, Stan- '
have been built Into the rear I brimming over with bargain Items ton Beck Robert Bell. Alonzo Bennett CARD STOCK IS -
axle of your new car," he advised ot various descriptions which Mr. Gwendolyn Campbell, Roy COMPLETE
"Read the book of Instructions 'Franklin'or' his assistant manager, Campbell, Ormand Cain, WljHe
which came with the car or oak Allen Neal, decide ire taking up
d the dealer from whom the car was I valuable shelf space needed for Mae Cason, Mary Chalker, Grady
purchased. Many et the 1937 models -,,more bulky merchandise. Cowan Mary DINatale LuclllaDrlggert .
have been equipped with ai i Mary Fisher, Mary Graham VV. 11. WOODSJeweler
type of hypold gear which must Goulds Pastor Accepts Lueben Greenwood, Billie i'
{ have a specialized lubricant ) Harford Joyce Hilliard, Ronald I and Photographer
,L "The Instruction book will tell Call to Key West Church Kerfoot, Myrtis Luckey. SeraflnalOrlCici I MrCrory Arcade Homestead
you all about these gears and list Hans Schrader, Charles
, the recommended lubricant However The Rev. J. H. Stroud of the Turner, Robert Vrana and George
Pentecostal Church In Couldi has I Wright. I
if you have no other source
o ...- _. --
w of Information regarding the gears -
in the rear axle of your car, ask
K q the nearest Sunoco dealer. I
h "We have supplied him with a,
t complete list of, can requiring alf
special gear lubricant we went a step Beyond and supplied -: : l Uwe
? dealers with such a lubricant You '
Sunoco Hypok, Gear ,can -
It. meets every J.Ub"ean\:1
up by automobile enaln

a approved! ,for W fn.cart
a It
"However It ihould M used only
In can for which It l| recommended
and we'have totted strict Iii ,
itructloni regarding the: matter A I It'
The need for this special Sunoco
Hypold Gear Lubricant has been
created by what might be termed
high pressure gears; those which I
operate under such extreme pressures t't'k ti1r
that any ordinary gear lub-
ricant would loon be squeezed out,
leaving the gears bare and readyto
chew Up each other. the gear
teeth coma in. contact with ,each
other. Automotive engineers
I recognize.the need for a lubricant "
which wUt atey Tmt and prevents .; ., or -
*)>are metal iQiTaces'from grinding, t
away on each other. For that rea-
ton they have endorsed and recommended -
this new Sunoco Hypold
Gear Lubricant because, after ex.hauitlvt .
tests, they have proved
that it achieves thin purpose." I just one"tankful

Maid of Honor at May 13

Wedding Dies in Miami ,

Miss Barbara Brown of Miami
and Chicago who was maid of
honor at the marriage of Miss
Carolee Done and Lewis Tread.
well Klsiam In Homestead on !May
13, died Tuesday In a Miami hospital
after brief Illness She was
17 yean of age.
Funeral services were held yesterday -
and the body was pljiced
temporarily In a receiving vault
The survivors are her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Brown and a
brother, Bour Brown. ,

INQUESTContinued ; DIM..

( From Page One) '
to let the approaching car have .

room to accident pan.DM happened a abort luiti ptoue to !ijouY complete

south of Underwood's
filling station at Princeton.'Cas- tital
sub was driving south, bound for .- 4ati4adion. fituetyfi ,
Homestead where he live with his
stepfather and mother. Mr. and

Mr Funeral*. Art Relchert services for Newman. f i-tot action nocfife4d! .

were conducted at Turner Funeral
Home Wednesday afternoon by the
Rev A. A Koestline, and the body, piswa.uta: fen mifeaf* '1'
was shipped Wednesday night toLewlaburg. '
r, Xy, for buriaL A ,
on. Charles, accompanied the > '., te ..
Other survivors the wi- can teuPt
body. are ., .' st 1
dow Mri Bessie 'Newman and '
two other son, Guy, Jr., and Paul,
all of Silver Palm; and two broth. at r
era .Hank Newman of EvanavUle, 9M pJ ce
Ind. and Louis Newman of ,Paducah -
The Newman came to the
land District from Kentucky

four yean ago .i t.,I '] I'Tal] I lll'Y NO SICOND TH'RD CRAOCNO CRAOiFriday.

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Pere Four THE LBADBR ENTERPRISE Friday May 28, 1937 :,

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE:Foundation Laid in 1935-36 for Present I enviable It i III Coach record Btaier Intention'I f i and individual for him to better to better his own the "ere,,' ,.

that these records will be kept on I made by former cVawetA
Published Frtdavs at llama:' Extensive Sports Program at II. H. S. file and added to trots yea toyear tabulation: of standings m 11

toad. Fla., by the South Dad) providing a oonrtant incentive 'I divWoM of the present ; I

Publishing Co. Th* foundation tot the prevent fully In the four sports IV oat of taisrovament. both for its32NAIR I II / sport program .ron. *\"

1 I I extensive! physical education program I the 20 tests had to be pasted Tint, ittVISIOD
MEM ARCHER EdJI.r for junior and senior high second and thM place were determined ,

MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER ; Mhool toy*- of Homestead was I ia each test by MrawUftg I

Associate Mater: laid last year by Coach Theo J. of five points for first place three

I I Bleler The first achievement point for second place and two I

Ea lre4 M aeeoirf cUM man''tests were give in football, basketball -. point tor third place After the, !r.

.tat*** March (. l.U. at the lest track and baseball with completion ot each of the tout test, \.lllIrlolll Lttw _..__ I I 11 I iWm.
educe at "_tea" Florida sudsy the Mo of tatting the boys see for record were ompile4 to 4etnianc I
JrrcMkbaeL I 1 t 11 1 I 110 iii I 411
themsetvea riot only what thejcould the winner Tounumet* play ,
.4M Ml of March >. ISTt.IB. do as, Individual In the** both singles and double wa conducted Martin Bbbop ',_ j 0 t 1 1'2 1 I 10 I 123:
Randolph Cava _. I 10 I 14 1 1 1 1 I I 128 r
YEAR but lo !how their performance in handball, badminton and
FKICE. f 1 H A I sports
II compared with that of the croquet, and points awarded were Raymond hayes _. I I 121 1 I !124
I I Pierre McDaniel I.f I 3 1 I I I nEd
other Th! test usedtat ten point tor first place, five
Poetry Week and a j year boy were amplified* year and new |I I point far econd place, and three' PtocetJ ,__ A I I is I I I 120

Local Poet tests constructed for new sports point for third pine JUNIOR DIVISION i.sacs

j added to the program. In order I On May S a track: meet was held buutvan1 a 1 v 1 Y a' 0 1 11)11t8

Since this: Is poetry week we I I to make sure the test were per on the new athletic field opposite 1. T.Godwin "..,._ 1191 1 1 1
are presenting two poems by Mary fectly fair to all. Coach Bleler saw Those 19 I 18144 I
the school taking part W. D. Lott __ I a I 1 1 S
of Homestead."Heritage"
FerrtU Dickinson :
:, that no artificial standards were were those boy who qualified by Fred Chapman ._ 1 12 1 12 1 1 I I 2tS

was published Verse ; set up. Instead, the standards attaining a certain standard tn Harry Pierce _.. 11 1 4 1 10 I 29D.
Craft and "One" appeared in
were drawn up from the records physical education classes for the L. Bowen I 1 3 123 1 26
Shards an August Ca. poetry made In preliminary test. All particular event in which they Jack McMichael I 2 9 1 18 I 21
magazine, and tt to be included: In
classed under two
,bey were participated. If any record was
Shares Anthology which I* to be general division: the Junior division broken by the holder himself a

printed In the tail for boys In the Junior high I total of ten points was given Instead I! '
Mn Dickinson' have "It would seem that such a committee by Dr. H S Wolfe. George M.
poem stations : school! and the senior division for; of the usual five. I would carefully survey the Frick and Mr Joseph Elders
beta read over radio WQ
AM and WLW. She Is poet laureate -' boy In the senior high school. A I Charlie Little a Junior showedthe I II physics! equipment of the tw comn%>ncement address by Dr

of the Homestead Business further subdivision wa made according I greatest degree of proficiency I II sell( of buildipgfts Robert A. Williams; presentation i
to grade In order to stimulate I in the greatest number .t wort ctid.
and Professional Women** Club tit* jViSV their dedstoifVrrdMtlr of class gift to school by Miss Sum6merlin j
and a member of the Chaucer greater Interest In competition : ilia work on the 'basketlsaltt tquDd : This preJeiwIwiul\nd ; presentation of diplomas

local group. Her I was also outstanding during the neutral committee should be com- by Superintendent James T WU- ',\
Guild poetry
the It- Twwtfy achievement test wereOven season. He was the only boy tone 1 owe it to VIe people of this district son; benediction! bv Mr Nelson. .
jre May
versos are printed
Seven In ,football four inbasketball completed all the requirement in
to state that, In opinion,
sues of five poetry mvgaitne and my The graduate, 12 boys and nine j.
.ven" track, and two the senior division No one qualIfied the children *T Vbu district would
have been printed fit twetitj--tlv : girl, will wear caps and 'OWIIII -
I baseball I
To qualify success- In the Junior division for this greatly benefit by the consolidation
other Poetry magazine I 'v' I blue for the boys and white for ,
They have been printed also In ? I I I the girl Members of the clou are.
nine anthologies and hi, newspapers .tar of the Tabernacle Baptist II standing the work vllfb difficult .l I t|

from New York to CbHfoifiln Chureh tf Miami presentation o( but a truck end' three helper -' HM I Bridges! v

Bible by the Rev C. N. Wslker ; under his personal direction GRADUATES Francis Fitzpatrick Virginia Trick j"

HERITAGE: bWieltotton by the Rev AlleWest -tl1"ve ,been assigned to the Job 1m- I I Robert Gauzens, James Gibbii,.' '

Oh, I must know*the feel of wing 1 tl (Ms\ completed Councilman Continued From Page 'I i Lou Bell Grennell Virgil Gren-

In the bright ..*..lane' where the -- MorrH stated yesterday the graduating class with Mrs 'nell Francis Irwin Hazel Penn-

motor sing CARL WAGNER by a neutral professional commit' Margaret Kills a* Accompanist: I 1' ington. Geraldine Rritz. Elizabeth w,

A throbbing song ('f clouds that tee on the grounds M which locstton -: invocation by the Rev E. L Nelson :: Skill. Earl Smith Donald Sulli- ',

less would tit best equipped lI.j 1 address of welcome by Miss van Bobbie Summeilm. Dorothy

Their shining pennants and the (Continued Prom Hue Ore) serve tilt boy and girls! of Horr- Bobbie SummerUn president of Sykes, Dukes West, Helen West ,
Southern Croat steed And Redland the class: instrumental election Rudolph YoungSince ,
trapand one band there wouldn
Hang low white man Defying
-;f- *ril> develop a much more

In France n clumsy' 'orate> in shell-torn. friendly one football feeltag'team between one basketball tin peo- m f LORIDA 4'IIG IUG I lT f l sort; m .

1')111 ot the two rommunttte As It ? ?
My father flow iBd In my blood ,
is. th* rivalries and Jealousies' that :
His heritage puts forth root and
posed Of tine state superintendent tit 14 7N
the state supervisor of vocations i I I
Th white Mrs shin and the
agriculture and the Dade County I
alMhtwlnd slnfs-
superintendent, or II like commit
Oh I must know the' eel of wings'If
'n cmtposed) of equally well qual.if .

'' 'r,! individual who would not be.I
ONI. erased at being susceptible to political -
m> heartrj era I take back J dot
The part ot our MA .tot to T prtssur j
No school In the II
man countyunftotendent -
Can you w'ttttditpw 1tU'I' flesh nd
< principal trusteeor
j I
And leave hisheaMlMel. tenttmed school board member-I* de. II
bring about consolidation

of the two schools I sot (nterWed -
Wf are torn MR ad. There to no iw-
In consolidation only U i I
*" tilt people of both the Redland and
To the 'mt eji
Ban tead tdlco'iahln It will bea
Severed each is rftwmptete I
I good thing for the boy and girls, ,
Crippled maimed_ I and for the people ot both district :I

It (her* t* any opposition of a se-, t

Hou Mtur*, I am opposed *. -v i
ALLENWESTContinued \
; Metnpt to put It over t think I
UM reMltkng animosities and Dl

( From Pate One) feeling would far outweigh the

the Shelbyxllle BapUat Church 30 good fetttNMrtHowover, I tMnkrfrwioc ,
miles from Louisville He could thl'OUllh'hJto1kll and other!

have been ordained there but he r c'.n'Itie! of tha.two Set cTsohooUrony 'i

wrote Pastor Walker expressing over Into adult Ufa. This ito .

the desire to be ordained in the \'M s handicap to the business nOR/DAt'

church and before the preacherof \ K pta of the district because man i '

his childhood will trade In Miami on account of vJ. G ./NsnrunoH

Informed of this the membersof bad fre'_ toward the communist \ ,. NV&S/e rAN/NFr
the local church on May ( voted In which! the rival school 1* locat cf l

unanimously: to call the Ordination I..r I' ') ":' oigI/riC d/ f

council for May 30. Mr. West "Cjntollduflon will never take alf 'rF' f. JofIOEID4 ,

arrived here Monday place If the matter .( the location. .;f .
Allen the son of Mr. and Mrs.George ol the higher grade er.*... ixtn
tilt qwrattoft at el'scontintsld MrWMgnrf .
A. West of Homestead wa '"
bun May 3, tillS in LeUitoR, Ca "A person who is for con. ... 'to G.I4YESWLbF ;
to Homestead with hisparents ra'ldatlon! oMjr on condition that < <
He cam
AMJ/: : '
Phi lags adhaet be boated In fi /
--I '
when he wa six :years oH .
od- 7N6 Tilt
Two year later he was baptized datton.I fl'
Into the Homestead Baptist Churchby .sJ21NA "

Mr Walker who then had been the. Idea only it 8N. achqol l. locals,f. ,, ..
e iKIbjdkMsi *< juat) twtivotatrateonsolidation IKJY ,t_ .
It* pastor for one :year and has : .
been its faster ever sine : as rtemesUrad .. ; ,, '
friend. It la vjde.. that only: .
The ordination program a* announced j .
by the pastor the Rev thoM art for coM4Mttanr was;r' m----:; .. ," -'
wish! the locatMWto'lye
, C N. by Walker the Rev.follow Noah: Peterson opening I esUblishrnent, ifl 1905,:the"UNI- uates b{ any'oUm JalUtt601i'> .''f bfcW'
' Church tre- learning in the coontry.
of the Goulds Baptist ; examination -
by the Rev J C Sims :t taeadeae pnlNl'enrollment
of 136 students at the first session 190500 (
of the Riverside Baptist Church of The'tropkal SURINAM MERRY tit '

Miami; vocal solo by Mrs Yen' tO'mtinusd-T'rom Page One) the registration hag increased to approximately PITANGA m Branlian Indigene, ia

SummerUn ordination sermon by led and dedicated vary from 10 to' 2.500, which, with faculty grown extensively la Southern Florida "

jar. 1. 1.. WMet. M. i. erdaie- tats**tit *****. Aftw K*> M,;1 .f more this 200 mad a teaching division .a aa .rMte tal shrub or hedgiag

ttoM ***y' rlMl lather suet hands ten wM. UctHf 1M .,tty pieta 1 'divided Into tea coU f.s and schools. plant The ribbed fruits are p a4.*,

by Dr. C It rttWd el PAR Atha-j M gus, Mr Mn aid! s Kk .!- stands at 1M futat jl ttowisg iastitatlolt ,_n a slender stem, about one inch i. dia-

paftah Baptist Owwch W Miami. ley "m b cfcwrtd t* M owl, to the Sotttrw Wit thin growth )M. ct>mikktioDal 1fteter aid of. 'WI apfcy acid hTotU
of o.pwebyierrministers w4th In > where TtiU M,,tm "titlts
and the members roomy C M 'tftef'\t \n. IB
eaten us i fresh fruit and afro wed
wetrass W. tM ranks tit 'II'dI1McI """" are t1moked 'WI'Ih-' +x+++bb"Ir", 'In-dnth to tM bsnme'treesM 'fn.tiM' la malttn
and nherbetlLf
b, .the Rev; p. T] Tay- and undergrowth_ .of..several re.r' ..t pluilANt.IAA. Std.1hs3kl.v \ ,s,,.91.. ......IC"18' ...- ;

No If -

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Friday, May 28,1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Pare Five

.. leetoe eomeOiIng/ for*- the troop!I "Have you given tW'goktftah I it

20 Years Sett With Local; ,.Boy at the on *. determining teeters. I! fresh w.....?"

Ago rfd y ftov. and Mrs. W. Q. University of FloridaBy Camp 'OjowenwaW at Green ; ""No Ufa*.*, they aint finished
tr. were .give t t generau* Cove CteJntilfdte. cjunp etteeted, ,fee. Writ* t gave them yesterday
dlnl' by the silver Palm cache the aM Chaperon** will aCrompeny )'ft.""'Annapolis tag
'1 tlItIIflIl1h0{ IU1t:/ 111I11I1/111I111111110/ night," John Frederick the girl turn Miami

Tk< MbwU ..... M ells I Free summer training courses,
Rudolph German, of Mrs
tell* free MM .< .... 11._" -"Or, Dennis 1* preparing to I ten
Irariot .....11..... M... II, 1I.t, leave In a few day far the mountains I Lydia Gasmen of Princeton, had I the said, will be given to Uri
.. tIN ftoMk rt.rU. tamwon ...dagrees I Scouts in Miami Ua Mimnwr andspat
North'Carollaa just returned from the goMon Jubilee -
at. mi, wise .... H._ of where he GROVE'TJlEATRE!
ot the local scout at-
......1.eMor. will spend the summer The doe- Ute pharmacy convention/ may j
tor hi* selected e place where fee I that wa held in St. Petersburg, _d. Cow*** ottered will In- '

May 31, 1917. line of four state eon -emountalnout May It 19 90 Rudy tt a JuniorIn elude: hone book riding archery COCONUT OROV1
tennis swimming, craft work
--Bom to Mr. and .frI. Tom wild country where the college of pharmacy wMck Shows 7 and I AdrobaUo Ue
Vann a girl, on Tuesday. Mother one may- pend the heated term In rate In the first five In he United cooking and sewing. Matinee Sal. and Sum, Se
and child are doing well. Doctor quiet reatfulneM." State i I 1..IPo.

think Tom Will pull through with -John E. Reynolds of Redlandwas Ralley Money, Jr. son of Mr and i Will Preach Special

careful nursing." in Miami on Tuesday, making Mrs. R. W. Macey of Redland was Sermon Sunday NightA
I S.... M.... Tve.*.. Wt*.,
-"The local Ked Cross organisa preparation to go to Baltimore.Md. promoted to first sergeant la the

tion held IU weekly\ meeting at ., to undergo an operation .t Florid unit of the R. O. T. C. For special prophetic menage will May Se. SI, June 1.1

the schoolhouse last Friday after John Hopkins University." the past year :Bailey WM a corporal be presented at the Homestead
noon at two-thirty. The ladle are was and has a two-year scholastic tits the
-'The Sliver Palm Church I Methodist Church Sunday night on TO7AINOtcHg
of 98%' He of I ,
wa one
now engaged In making hospital average "
repainted recently the debt paid the "Fullness of the Time of the
1 the two beat all around soldiers in
of all klndf. Those I
supplies enrolled
and the building was dedicated Sentlles" In answer to the question S
In the local organizationare May 1st, with befitting cjrntmony; ," his battalion which comprises approximately "What salth the Scripture?" I

: Mn Thos. Brewer, Mrs E. M -"A Jolly crowd of Homesteaders two hundred men. This I la an Important study In ; &,. .
,Horton, Mrs L. L. Bow Mn. W. M. enjoyed e picnic at Miami Beach Theodore Franklin, son of Mr. and solving many of the present day ... .
Biggen, Mn. M. A. Hanson Mr*. I Mrs. P. J Franklin wa given a .
Monday evening. Leaving in the Ills of the world, aid the pastor ..
T. E. Evan, Mr*. W. T. Lanier early afternoon In cart they arrived i medal for being a member of Use the :Rev A. A. Koestllnc, In announcing I with
Mrs G. M. Budd Mn Fred Loomis I beat drilled squad in the Infantry
I tt the beach In time for a I the topiC Besi Bernie Walter Wlaenrll.
Mr*. W. J. Barton Mn. Boy i twilight lunch. After partaking branch of the Florida R. O. T. C. A cordial Invitation I* extendedto
Huntley Mn. S. J. Kane Mr*. W. ,I I of the delicious ata" prepared Charley Glenn of Homesteadand Alice ray Jack Haley

A. King, Mn. L. R. Blakealey, Mr by the girls of the crowd they hada Roger Snow of Florida City I
E A. Carter. Mr W. K. Walton have.both completed four yean of
I moonlight bath In the surf Those TO ATTEND STATE ASSEMBLY
military training in the R. O. T. C. Thurs Ftl. Jane 1 I
!>fn. C. P Jackson Mn. Hiram composing the party were: Misses ; I Homestead Methodist Senior .
Byrd, Mr* A. IV Livingston! Mn. Charlotte Colllna, Emma Fitch, and will be commissioned us : league memi.ers who plan to attend Cheater Mania, tee OurllleI : !.
S. B, Wait, 'Mi* E. C Lowland Lola second lieutenant In the organized I
I Olga Jacobson Jacobson, the state assembly which will PROMISE TO PAY"
Mr. J. M. Holcomb, Mn J. W. Ethel Nixon Weasle Pennlngton, reserve The boys of the Red- meat it Southern College In Lakeland -
:English Mr*. 3. D' Redd Mn. land District have made t good
Messrs Mae Bow Ben Morris ; June 7 are: MM Ruth Tower
Catharine Barr Mr C. W. Mangos showing all the way around here I Saturday June
H. Vann, Landis Edward W'I and Lloyd Field, the official delegates |
at the U. ot F. .
Mr Laura C. Beidler 1'41'1'1 chaperones were Mr. nd Mn end Mrs. Field Miss Wells I raid Kelly U
D. D. Davit, Mr*. Sadie ward and Mr. end Mn. Roe SnclL"I A* general college examinationsstart Saul, Miss Mary McNeill Miss

Mr*. G. W. FUloon, Mrs W. l'j -'The C. D.'( were entertained at, May 26, this will conclude Lolj Little and Mia Martha "IT HAPPENED OUT WEIT"
Krome Mn. V. M. GrenneU, the home of Mn. R. F. Doraey in(i I this y.ar'a contribution to tits Close
C C. Thomas Henry Freeman, B. the Royal Palm addition last I Lellder- :nterprlae. Next year w.,
M. Duncan and J. B. Bentley." Thursday afternoon. The chief will be organized to keep you

-"The local registration office In i entertainment was t new contest I better Informed a* to Homestead'

Tower Hall will be open on June which wa greatly enjoyed by the students' activities here (t the V

'5th, national registration lay, at guest The guests were: Mesdames -,:of F.
7 a. m. The registrar are S. K. W. B.Cave, W. J. TweedeU, I raft'1# ,d a nk t it "

Livingston, H. R. Pridgen, and I J. D. Redd G. M. Budd, J W. English 'Local Group Attends G SQLINM Crtt

W. B. Cave Every man who J t... Burton, Warren Battle' League Union in Miami ss JC'atlig
has pasted his twenty-tint and not and Miss Ada English." ; r fi "
reached his thirty-tint birthday -"The Ladies' Aid of the M. E.I
The HI-Lesgue of the Homestead
must register." Church South met at the church; I
Methodist Church attended theleague'
Wednesday afternoon After the! 4 j a weer'a
-.In. Carrie D. Hoenshel spent a a
Union services at the +
last week-end In ,Miami "visiting usual routine of business thexjuastion -' 'q ti Ido6
Trinity Methodist Church In Miami -I
Paul ,of scarifying and beautifying]
Vie family Joenal1eLIt last week when (Ke Rev. J H. r
"Miss Catherine Ewlntf daughter -I ha; church ground was dlscyseed.IIt | Hager conducted\ a candle-ljght

of Mr. and Mrs H. H. Ewing was decided to take up this work I' service., 'tee cr*m knit cake were j
at once. Those present :
of the Longview section graduatedlast served after the meeting
week the \AifMd. Kansas Mesdames J. L. Burton W. JTweedeU. WI'I I
from -
Those from Homestead \ :
high school Miss Ewing antbrother I Homer Sullivan, E. A.I I IStatrunk. Mr. and M.... J. E. Close Mildredan IN a WITwQ LECTR1C Ye
..J. W. Connor. S. E: Livingston -'
William, wee expectedhome Margaret Field Marjory Moaei,
R. H. Glenn S. S. Mowry,
shortly to spend the summer Mary Jo Close, Birdie Home, Wa-
J. D. Redd Carl Horton and Mrs
with their parents nctta Koestllne. J. O. Wynn and '
rle het." No home need be without the luxury and convene
-"Mis. Miller, mother of the Lewis Eaker.Barbara .
-"Mn. Carl Deden was the hostess The
Brooker brothers Is seriously ill ieoce of Norge electric Rollator Refrigeration.
of the Rain or Shine Club''
in the Miami hospital. Her liter, Wednesday afternoon Mrs Deticn, Diggers Wins new Norge gasoline-electric powered Rollator Refrigerator .

Mrs. Whidden and niece, Mn. E. proved to be an efficient I hostess I Girl Scout ScholarshipBarbara bat Its own motor-geoerscor that can)he located
Fla have
A. Brannan of Arcadia, ,
in her new home and the after far 300 feet from the house. No generating
been called to her bedside Tom as away
noon was pleasantly pent In mer- Blggers has been awarded .
Brooker is also at his mother's. equipment Is contained la the refrigerator cabinet./
ry talks The hostess served I a twoweekcamp scholarship
bedside. dainty refreshment to the following -j financed by the Dade County Girl See this Norge Rollator Refrigerator today and have I.
-'Mr. antf Mr*. W. O. Bryant are ladles: Mesdames H R. Prid- Scout cookie sale Mrs Frank iu feature and demonstrated.
pending ft month la Blakely Oa. gen. Lee Lehman T. P. Brooker Skill lieutenant ot the Homestead

-"Mr. and Mr*. IL Dove Allison W. !T Latin, Mixes Gertrude troop, announces In making the '
announce the arrival of Pauline Hoenshel and Othello Fuchs. The; award, she said, the girls general EtuUg 'Converted to AC' Operation

Drew on May 26." club will be entertained at a record for the ye.their Industryin When the nigh Line Comes Through "

_"C. M. Fisher( and Lewis Twy-; luncheon next week al the home the cookie tale and their ability s
man have gone Into the insurance of Mrs Stlling at Florida City" i I to bring back from camp exper-
business for the summer month,I t DOWN

until school starts again." f PAYMENT

-"The Merry-go-arounder, a
'girl*' literary club organized sometime low
as asses
Can Sealers
t,o by Mrs. Lewis Twyman.
bekTthelr regular meeting at the
Whool house last Tuesday At

present the club I* reading the
work*, of Mary Robert Rinehart :and ,Cans $7 '
,jj>d will' continua "to read from sees

present day author throughout I
tie vacation day The members t

sire: OtheUa Fuchs, Emma Fitch Our sanitary open top Continental cans are t

. .Charlotte Collins, Leona Jacobson, ideal for home canning. For many years the I

majority of home canners have preferred our l it IMs.a .
tA kind of DtoJortntYODORA
new cans because'they are uniform accurate dependable -

and strong. I

Sanitary open top cans require a can sealer I GENERATOR $tit+lUES
1 M"-"l We recommend the Burpee Simplex Sealer because f IMPLUS CORm

it is simple to operate and does not get
'k only.takM 2 dabs ad Y4of (AMMck Tie r.*V ." fee** oar e
e. TIll ROIUTOK/ 60MEggspertaide ..
.* h MnlhM Indantly.aotklng 1 out of order easily. so.swo.d. TN ...

as a told Cast sad does ass II .... r .......... far ....... eakhag exdiulie. Norse.atalMistewljr co4haa.'s 9-

Mia delicate dot"" ig. We carry a full line of sanitary cans in both sale er 1tW...** ***,.. moving pans. Cf.ssek

'Toept"d"'lCl\ClllwItY I .ass heohg eN ye.pw re* .... Noes cold fur ike fflj-.
<-icli to dlarpeu-tller. M wtMng. the two and three size.KILGORE "s -a
sued _.
". ftarVlMvinc. ete i.
.. .ryfn. You can ens htigbt ( ,
Tool.... protects from tae I

.(Mot raft apply K.X bttan y-swurltylYodon .

la UM to sanitary, luplrinsnUng :. SEED CO. REDLAND APPLIANCE
> and tel. In TnbM and }*nJHS .

230.'At | HOMESTEAD: FLA. PHONE U 205: N. Krome Ave. Homestead Fla.

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ENTERPRISE .... .- ......;..._ ,. ..........7Frida May 28,19
t Pare Sit .... _. ".. .. THE LEADER :

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I The Redland Rattler .
Now listen close to what I say NAME NICKNAME PASSIOtf
And always bear in mind ,
I really don't mean to flatter Mary -- Giggle-glggi

But I'm sure, to agree, you'reall Gwendolyn CampbeULGInny -_._.__._Chewing sum ::1

Class Songs the care of Mr. Knowle inclined. Carlotta Ames --Lotta __Campbell's .

This Interruption did not encourage Serafina Oriflcl _....Santa Fe -_._._"Holy Kitten!"".,

We'll be loyal to Redland our new ticket collector. Little Mary Fisher, happy and gay Mary Chalker __ __Strlb _.. ...__._.__Dancing
i you. Mrs Margaret H Daniels, who
High, With flashing brown eyes Mary Graham _._Ten Ton _.... _.._._Long flner-nalJi
carefully conducted us to our next
C No matter wherever we roam town Six-vUle, where Mrs. Green Is the same every day chatter Joyce Hilliard .__Josephufl ....._.,. ...__Spinach .
With light happy
Ws'n expect you to stand againstthe Rive took command. George Lucille Driggen -Driggers.Marbles
She fills hour.
best hi the land Wright was admitted the trainas Oh goodness every what would we do Willie Mae Cason .._.-Bill __ ___..__Latin ,

For we know you are grind, Red- a new paaaenger We were without this clatter Robert Vrana ..__Bobby _'__'_" Practical Joke 'I 3

land High. very thrilled at having him in our Alonzo Bennett _.. -Fanny Bell __._._._._Being tardyTalking i

Rahl Hah group for several towns had been And then there's Billie Harford Ormand Cash ____..shorty ____._._._
Then bring out your color M true passed without giving us new
For we'll be looking to Wlio's always free, happy and Roy Campbell ._Eli Sports ...
you member funny. Lueben Greenwood_..RubinoffMyrtls ._.___Singing :';1
s Our school our protection on,on,
And we're expecting victories Before we reached the next village When one's around her Luckey ___Luckey ..___..__Quietness "

from you Redland High we were informed that we Life to always sunny. Robert Bell _Battling _. Milk :"'
would have to transfer to
a newer Stanton Beck --__..Professor __HI* Model T

Boo hoot Well soon be feeling to and more modern train, but welearned With laughing eyes and curly hair George Wright .._. Canary __.Loafing '
that we would no longerbe >
blue, You can bet your life Hans Schrader .__.._..FriU _______Carvlng wood
And all our memories of you engineered by our faithful Charles Turner is always there Charles Turner __CharlieGirls .
t friend, Professor Cre). This broke And when tired of life
Will stay anelMWI' fade away. our heart you're Blllle Harford _.._Goosey "By Glory""Aw 'Y .Ii
Boo hoot! We know that well He'll come, and leave you withouta
Grady Cowan ._.__Red Heck":
findAnother During the summer month our a .
never "
place that's eo fine and! heart began to mend lowly and Ronald Kerfoot .__Ronnle. Polo shirts

kind I we became eager to travel on our Ronald Kerfoot la a studious boy Mary Fisher _-Squirt _-Blushing

A* dear old Redland High. I new train and see our new engineer Who looks at life's sunny side i

You've taught ua all we know and conductor A* we entered, And sees no sadness, only Joy

And now we really hat to go. everything was strange until we I To be enjoyed through life.
noticed that our conductor Mr. Bobby Vrana is the class pest
Boo hoc Dear friends and teachers Class Prophecy
to true, Rive, would not be left behind But that's not all, you can bet your And for loud mouths, his i* the ,

and had been transferred with life best
You know that we aO Jove us.
you Our conductor made everything For there ls Mary Graham He's always laughing and full of By Mary DlNatale .
And from our hearts you'll never
rt a* easy as she could to prepare u* Who Is always re'd1lor fun fun (Scene-Living room of Ring]
to reach our destination, Graduation And believes that life hold no Where then' mischief,abroad- Crosley'i home. Time -9 a. m.i

Lane. trlfe. Whispers ro-TJI.t'a what Ring (seated at writing desk]

of Class AS we left Eight-vine we discovered Bobby' done," .finishing" invitation list): vjeeves'V
History Ohl Look what' coming now ill'
we had not only a very young reeves: "Ye, ilr".
conductor, Miss Gladys Sharp but It'* Mary Chalker, all In gray My sight U failing, no it Isn't Ring "I am giving nceptlonj

of 1937By ale three new paaaenger, Mary Boy! Isn't she a yowl George Wright, come .bere'r1&l\t for our graduating-class of 1837.1

DlNatale, Alonzo Bennett, and Yea Its true, that'* what the now I Here?, take these'iovltatlons. and ]

Mary maker Willie Mae Cason, whom we welcomed boys all lay -. Please Just once be.good, my boy, send'them special delivery?, ,r
with And don't start that" eraser row.., "Yes sire (Beginsto
open arm roves: ]
In the IKS la September
Come Robert Bell .
on my boy,
By this time we had opened leave. and-.he itates.)
our "
there started 1'IUwe
aver a Please don't bfto shy. Hans Schrader It'qulte'ahd" .1
heart to Mr. Carl Wagner .. "Jeeves, be sun ]
: ) of Knowledge' a .magnificent whomwe be'4' ."' .He's : Ring ever"
Oh You're agraid of the girls Ai nice U he can1
j twelve coach! train bearing aloft found to ,be a very likeable .,1 thin lot prepared for Aordaht"."/!
So ? always on'the :pbt -I .
and Capable engineer. How tickledwe that' your reason why (Curtain) .. .,
I floating banner of orange and With smile for you Mad tne
I black. This modern 'train was were when we were Informed Mary DINaUle 1* a tiny thing : -err ,"t ,

I headed for a far-distant spot hat he was to remain with ua,until And U she lots of funT- '. < Mylrehd of 4houChfliad.'Luebett Ring ."la everything.lit .perfect]

known ai Graduation Lane which we could finish oar Journey, She simply love to laugh and sing.' Greenwood. ., order?" I 'W

I could only be reached after a long Mr. Jtf. A... .ker. gathered us And keep her quiet -That can't 'Our'Jl'rildent.lI.he, .... : -. I' .-Jetve.lrNelltl..1Iift., ..!>"#_

voyage of twelve yean'over the Into his arm and carefully; ,'Instructed be done! .. > ll* Is caulte..tlll'l'l".tIt'.lth.ladl' I .Ring:. ""Wen. ilape.that all our!

much-traveled, but to ua still the and guided u* while! we -:And always thoughtful as tan be. classmates'will.have.a Jolly goof]

.' unknown, railroad. There were were In the "Land of Wise I' oll" Take a tip,here's the girl you want.Seraflna time .when weal get togetherj

( twelve villages to be thoroughly a* we learned later the Freshmenwere Grind_U Ilea came : Grady Cowan I* a swell companionAt I here." (Door-bell rings.) 'I t..

I explored before reaching the prom- called. However, we were And anything :you mention anything at all Jeeves: "That must be some of!

bed land. On board the train, good sports and had a good time Serafina always game. And not penon can mention I your guests arriving, sir." '(GoeaJ

which had been recruited from regardless of being handicapped Anything to cause his downfall to answer It.) ,

much minor village as Flrat-vllle because we were "Greenle Blond-hatred brown-eyed Car- Jeeves: "Mis Mary FishrrJ

to Junior-dale, where twenty-five A* we neared the next town wefelt lotta Ames And now there' Joyce HUllard (Miss Fisher enters and shakes

fellow passengers, each firmly resolved our heads begin to swell and I* next upon my mind. A quiet thoughtful girt hands with Ring)

to succeed and reach hIadenln.tloll we thought ourselves very wise indeed And you can bet, she's always And her flattering remark Ring "Why, hello Mary, you]

Graduation Lane. Mr. C. L Ootey before smiling, Can set your brain a-whlrL haven't changed a bit In ten yea

The starting point was 'First-' the year was over, disillusioned Happy, carefree and kind.: Fisher: "And, Ring, you're get
u* on this Idea, and we realized Yes, P. M. Baker, you're on the list day.".
ville and we were fortunate to ting better looking every
that we were not so wise. But our Now, who' coming next, you all yet Cowan. I
have aa our engineer, Mr. Leon A. Jeeves: "Mr. Grady |
spirits could not be dampened for uk, A sponsor we'll never forget ." .3
Cray who M faithfully kept our Cowan: "Hi! Rln,
we had three new passengers who can't And when old feeble
Why you guess? we are and how's thjj
train steadily going when disappointments > Ring "Hello, Grady,
fell our Those Joined u* In Sophomore Village Gwendolyn Campbell of course, And our hair Is turning grey aviation coming along"
way They were Blllle Harford, Stanton my de.n.WlthQut We'll tell with a childish treble, made tout
who desired to take the Journey, Cowan. "Well I've
I Beck, and Mary Fisher. her would el About this
my poem b a memorable day. next trip III
who purchased their Baby Ray solo flight and the
Just as we entered the Junior-
books and boarded the train a mess. take I expect to fly around thy/
were: Isle, we discovered our conductorto I Put them all together and here'swhat

Lucille Drlggert, Mary Graham, be kind, helpful, smiling Mrs. Wills Mae Cason falls next In line you get world upside down". !

Mary Chalker, Joyce Milliard, Ormand :.!*eee. It was under her able And you all should know A tint class group of boy and Jee", .: "Misses Mary DiNatalel
Cash, Roy Campbell, Charles girl and Seratin Oriflcl". TJ(
conductor jhlp that we raised the!That she Is the sweetest girl oUI
Turner and Gwendolyn Campbell I Who think that each and Ring: "Two more of my
fund to entertain our Senior Sister( Anyone could hope to find. everyone "
These precious few have kept theirreaelution Ship, that had Just sidetracked In I I I. a pip.Jealousy class-mates.' Glad to see you. this*1Oriflcl

and are the foundation the station of Junior-Isle with a')Brown hair, flashing eyes, athletic In achievement one : "Nice of you to give" j
swell reunion for UI, Ring jM
for the graduating class of 1937 and figure
prom a banquet. Our newpa.nPfa
By the time nicely settled way and another DIN.tale: "I must say you bass!
we were Robert Put them together who do :you
put his .
1 our conductors, Miss Whit- shoulder to the grind stone with;I have ,. w Can find no residing place hen a beautiful home now, old Pal|

Worth and Mia Roe, began the the rest of us and we made this 'Lucille DrilleR, of course, you So travel or, old man Jealously, Jeeves: "Mr. Hans'Schradhr"Ring
book by teaching, us to read the affair I IAa goose And for the Class of ThirtySevenwell : ""Congratulations! Hans I
a grand success.:
adventures on our Baby Ray ticket we taw the depot of Senior-I I I Now who else could, you have give a rousing cheer. (Continued on Page Tea)

*. city come Into view we realized'that '
However, Just when we were we had only a few short And now Myrtls Luckey;; there ,

letting on famously our conductoratold month In which to complete our,t t you are !I

u* that we would be forcedto Journey and reach our goal For' what more could you wish?; J i
She I* as bright as he'c.n' be' I II j j' .
leave the train for three monthsbefore A* we arrived at the station we "
And study, to her, is an appetlzI .'
continuing to Second-dale were greeted by three new pasaengera 'I r "J '

Upon leaving this village we discovered : Lueben Greenwood,I I I'I I Ins dish. ; \' J- A.: Smith 111. D.
j < .
a new paaacnger, Robert Ronald Kerfoot and Han Schrader 'j I f
Oh Professor You startle 1 'I 1
Cell, who decided to east Ills lot We greeted these students me, ,it. ill, iT
lid TA
Ye, It* Stanton Beck In person!
In with ours This of course graciously and this made our little ,

pleased our new conductor, Miss group of twenty-four complete. I)I I And whatever bill profession maybe i J/ A. Bergerijb.\D.S; ''

6ugf and Mia Grant. Mr. Paul M. Baker was chosen as !II *
His title will always be certain
Just a* we were preparing our- our last Instructed to put the finishing .
aclvM to climb \ip Mt Third we touches to our high school ed Now who do I see approaching, not announce the .
AV were bombarded by three new pas ucation. We were very happy
Wb1" It Is .
certainly I
anger: Seraflna Critic Carlotta under his leadership for he readl- ': '
I '
Atonso Bennett that's him
k yes ; removal of their offices
4\JMr. and Myrtle Luckey But I
iy forgave our prank I I Good looks, carefree i
t our able engineer withstood this, And now the twelve yean have natured all his. _
und with our first conductor, Mia passed. The flrst-graden Of 1925 ,, to the

Whitworth we continued! on our I are now the Senior of 1(37. We Come now, no need to bide Pint National Bank

Journey very contentedly.We : have had many experience durIng -} I'm not so dangerous or ugly building

had by this time heard the our Journey of which the enjoyable -I I. as that 1 (second floor)

adage that it I* always the quiet- one fat outweigh the unpleasant If you open up that door you'll see', .

eft before the storm and this prow ones. A* the Seniors can Roy Campbell, or 111 eat my hat I Monday-May 31 t

>-ed true, a* we entered Fourthlon. the horizon from Graduation Lane I II ..4d .

It was very difficult for our we aee many conquests to be made ,Com on Shorty dont run; away ... : ,. .

engineer to procure a conductor and we believe that In the future' dont think she will get mad "

that would travel with M to the as in the past, we will show ourselves If we wanf to Calk to :you ..

,.ext town. However we eventually ready tor any teat that may I Ormand Cash Why she should t.
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; Fri .. I .
f beauty course at the La Franc R Mattson Chosen Head day: bight In thaj. 0. O. F. hall on
Beauty School In Miami Monday. N. W. First street
of Local Odd Fellows
I Carl Anderson wa elected vice-
I In and..round Mr*. W. C. Tim baa moved to I grand and C. M. Barrow. recently
the Redland hotel Rudolph Mattson ot Florida City elected recording secretary to take
wa elected noble grand of the the place of E. S. Capilnger who
Mr*. A. E. Cotton of Opp, Ala., b Homestead lodge of Odd Fellowsat had been elected to the grand
I- HomesteadA. visiting Mr*. E. W. Chandler. the annual election: held Tue- lodge, wa re-elected The new
officer will be tnetalled on July
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Thayer left
with her parents, Mr. and Mr. J.
for Boston Tuesday.Mm '
Caws. Hugh a Seattle of Homestead

A. Payne president of the' urb of New York. The Rev. and Thacy Cttinner pent last grand roaster of Florida Odd Fellow -
Tint National Bank of Homestead, Mrs Ceo. E. Deuel stayed at the Thursday In Miami visiting Mr Charles Becker left recently for *, paid his official vial to the
was taileD to University Hospital' Stillman home during the absence A. J. Clayton. Landadale, Pa., where he boa secured lodge Tuesday night with an escort ..
in Coral Gables Sunday sufferingwith of Mr. and Mr*. Stillman. ,_" employment. of honor that Included a military
bronchial pneumonia and unit from the Miami encampment

for a white hU condition was critical Mrs Ceo. E. Reed left Wednesday FLORIDA CITY Mr*. Mary Johnson I* reportedto
It WM reported yesterday for Fremont Ind.,to look after ...... .. W. 1Ie..ft'J! c.nwpoadeat be slowly recovering from her A husband and wife banquet,
however,that he 1* Improving.Mr. her business interest there.A recent operation at the Kendal hospital presided over by the retiring noble
grand, Carl Tweedell. was held
Mr*. Edward Stlllng entertaineda
and Mr. J. E: Gauzen returned fishing party composed of Mr. group of friend Wednesday in following the meeting.
Monday from a abort stay and Mrs. J. H. Webster, Mr. and honor of the birthday anniversaryof Mr. and Mr Paul Haley expectto
in Franklin, N. C. On June 6 Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mr. and Mrs. Mr W. L. Vercoe. Other present leave this week for Buford, Ga. WANT ADS PAY
they with their ton, Robert, and J. R. Brook. Mr._.|nd Mr*. T. J. wen: Mrs. Milton B. Sackett
daughter,Marcie will go to Franklin Faust and Mrs. Royal C. Henry of Mrs. Lillian B. Sackett of Orlando
for the rammer. LUetvllle, N. C.. spent the week- Mr. A. R. Cave, and Mr H. W.
end at Angel Fish Creek In the Johnston. Fruit cocktail, chicken
boat and the Faust and i Used CarsThe
Mr. and Mr*. R. Z. Aspley: and Rheney salad and coffee were served. Quality
'their tan, Robert, left Tuesday: for Brooker: boat
a vacation In Mlcco, Fla., and Mrs. Herbert Hunter and her
Franklin, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark and children Constance and Milton,
f.mll1left Thursday for Charleston left Sunday to join Mr. Hunter In Kind You Drive With

Mr. and Mr*. E. E. Atkinson will S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rldgeland, S. C.. for the summer
leave lOOn on a one-month vacatIon Wallace of Gainesville Ga., pent Pride of Ownership
several day at the CLarlc" home
trip' to visit relative in Billy Forsyth who I* employed
recently and P. E. Scott pent Friday
northern Florida and in Atlanta. In Orlando spent the week-end
They plan also to spend some time at their home.: with his parents, Mr.and Mrs.tee-

In the mountain ofNorth Carolina lie Forsyth. j .........,
During"*their absence) Mr. William McMtchael. Jr.. will re- 'LAN
turn to Eau Oallle Saturday after 1
and Mrs. Johnny Becker of Florida Edward and Jackie Chandler left
City will have charge of the park pending a few day here with Mr.
to visit relative in Georlla. -
and park lodge. and. Mr*. Johnny Walker. Saturday. 1933 Chevrolet Sedan-good paint, tires; over-
( hauled.
'C R. Mahan of Redlawf left lastweek Word ha been received that Mr.
J. H. Dixon ten last week for
where and Mrs. Ja McCready arrived In
for Marshall, OklaH *
.'lie will spend the summer. Standish, Mich. on May IS. During Camilla this summer Ga. w.her he will farm 1933 Ford Coupe-New ring and. bearings In-

their absence this summer tailed Just before traded to
: street us.
Threeboatsbaring Redland their home on Thirteenth
.District amateur fishermen left will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. | Mr. and Mr Fritz Schroeder

.1 i the Ke.1.arto bridgedocks: Sun- KlUnard. I from and children a two-week returned trip to last Calumet week:, 1931 Chevrolet Sedan Nice job for the money.
day morning for a cruise in .tne
water of Cape Sable and the TenThousand Mr*. J. R. Brook 1* entertaining !City, Midv, where they visa tcd
Island Their owner..*. her sister, Mrs. Royal C. Henry of Mr. ,Schroeder'* father who wai, 1930 Chevrolet Club Sedan-priced cheap.
and pilot are Frank Rue, Walter LUesville N. C. who came last seriously ill. Mr*. Schroeder and
Moody: and A&rxtJog>...and others week to visit here month the children an now visiting Mr
.Included In .th "party are George; Schroeder' deter la Holee Sound. 1929 Nash Sedan-b\g\ car- raall price.

.,,.rogle, N. U Nelson, Henry Broker -: .Mr*. James Robert returned
Jr.,A. D. tfelU-tnd Carl Draw.' Saturday from Nocatee,Fla.where Miss Pauline M. Prismatl of DC.
dy. I she visited her parent, Mr. and bolt to I guest this week of her. 1934 Chevrolet Sedan-New paint; mechanically
r__ Mrs. S. I*. Johnson. uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs. 8. S. A-l.
Mr. and Mr*. Don E. rerreyra' Shield
,and Mr*. Ferreyra' mother have Mrs I. P. McLean attended the
moved to the former W. J. Clark: session of the Florida Florist: Mrs. R. Work returned to MI- 1934 Chevrolet Coach-New paint; food condition. .
house on Robert road near Avocado Association at the Columbus HotelIn ami Monday after a one-week visit .

drive.Mrs.. Ferreyra'i Miami Sunday, Monday and
brother and iliter-In-law, Mr. and Tuesday.
Mr*. L R. Whiting of Daytona NEWTG.BALLNotary 1931 Chevrolet 6 W Sedan-Come and take a look.
Beach spent Tuesday at the Fer Mr*. J. W. English and her Public
reyra home. daughter Mary Grace left this INSURANCE AND
morning for Hendersonvllle N. KINDRED LINES 1929 Ford Tudor-Practically new tires; clean.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reely of C. At Gainesville, Ga. they will
15 N. Knot Ave.i
Orlando visited this week with be Joined by Mrs. English' ion. 1931 Chevrolet Coach Priced cheap.
Mr. Reel/* parent, Mr. and Mr*. Winfred Owen
H. C. Reely, and Mr*. Reely' TROPICAL.MONKEY .
parent, Mr. and Mr*. C. H. StefzanL Mr. and Mr*. Frits W. Jacksonleft 1935 Chevrolet Coupe-Perfect condition.
Mr. and Mf*. Edvr. Reely of Monday for their summer JUNGLE i
Cincinnati, ion and daughterinlaw home in Klghgat Springs, Vt i
of Mr. and Mr*. H. C Reely, ONLY
alto are visiting them this week. Miss Louise Pennlngton who has i MONKEY MoNtT r ags., SPECIAL TRUCK
been working In Miami pending JUNdUCINTHCU.S
Mr. and Mrs. Frank SUUman re, the week here with her mother BARGAIN
,turned Monday from Mooreitown, Mrs Ola Pennlngton.
,!>*, where they went tottend the
funeral of Mr*. Stlllman' sister Reba Nell Proctor, daughter of ADMISSION 15e 1931 Chevrolet Dual wheel
,,Mia Mary Elizabeth Leeds who Mr. and Mr*. L. T. Proctor, ha (with this ad Ise Iseertraa ) cab truck Six good tires-
idled her May 15.Later they spent been ill for the past two weeks. Children M* Iou.al.H. this year's tag.
two .day with relative in their
home town, Rahway N. J. A sub Miss Betty Bowed will begin a


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Eight THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, May 28.1937

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I Social N "- Events 1 in South: Dade : 'l.



of the Homestead Business and I -
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A farewell"party was given las t"- Professional Women' Club announced -I The Redland Home Demonstration Armstrong.

night for Principal and Mn. L. ESommen I. The Calendar the appointment of the: Club's annual exhibit was Tufted pillow top Mn. J. P.Wysong. .
by the faculty member,I following committees Mondaynight's held at the home qt its president, .
of the Homestead and Florida Clt;, May 28 Junior Woman'sd meeting of the club: program -I Mrs. Seymour Dane under the Men' ilk necktie MM.: E. IX
school st the home ot Mr. inMrs Club's benefit bridge and bunco Mrs. C. a Steffaol, Mrs. direction of Mrs. H. J. Armstrong Carter.

Carl Field Mr. Sommen I party at Woman' Club clubhouse. Mary Ferrell Dickinson, Mn J. P.I exhibit chairman, on Thursday Cuddly top Mrs Armstrong.
wa presented with earner whomleather May 21 Lions Club benefit Hammett and Mn. A. C. Easton; afternoon May 20. Miss Eunice Canning exhibit three Jars

case bore a presentation In. fish try, dance, and floor show at membership Mrs. Ben Archer,I andy, county home demonstration meat vegetable, fruit Mrs. J.
scription. Lion Den In Silver Palm. Mr. Cha Clinton; way and I agent, and Mr*. Nellie Murphy of D. Wysong.
Mrs Field who likewise I I. retiring May 29 Annual picnic of mean. Mrs J. C. Gautena, Mrs. B. Miami Judged the exhibit.

from the teaching staff was, Sunday school of fit Jolui'i Episcopal r... Bigger, Mrs Sylvia Atkins and Mr. R. B. Zenker gave a report NARANJA' CHAPTER (X E. S.

surprised with a handkerchiefshower. Church. Miss Lucille Bavta; visiting. Mr I of the recent council meeting and, INITIATES MRS EASON
May 11 Ministerial Asocial l Bigger and Mn. I. P. McLean; Miss Grady talked on the buyingof
The party was all' Informal I tine fish Try at Mathe ll' Hall.) and house Mrs. Clinton and Mrs. ready-made clothing) Niranja: Chapter of the O. E. S.
wiener roast and hamburger fry, mock at 1I..m. Mary Burrlchter. at it* meeting May 20 Initiated
After the business meeting the
attended not only by the faculty May: 81r pvP W. C jot-luck For the other committee the Mrs. Eloise Xaaon Its third new-
for at
exhibit was opened guest
members but also by their husband c1Qn.r..1 hort'Mrf.. C. H.I$ *<- chairmen only were appointed. member this year.A .
a diver tea held to help get fund
nd wive 4N'OJIAN's fan at t3: >, r TheM include: legislation, Mil. social hour with refreshment
to send a delegate to the state Institute -i I
June .1 Homestead High ,Clna Stewart; International relations to be held in Tallahassee of layer cake and fruit juice were

CLUB BURV9CLUBHOUJC School commencement program.: at Mr C. L. Ooley; education In June. I, enjoyed after the ceremony.
MORTGAGE I p. m.June. Mrs. C. H. Rice; publicity, Mrs. Those present were: Mr. and
2 -' Redjand High School Wm. M. Johns; public relations, Blue ribbon were awarded M Mr D. E. Basher Mr. and Mrs
Mr. W. D. Bishop former president commencement program at S p. 11 Mn Don E Ferreyra; health Mn. follow: W. H. Owen, Mr. and Mn. Walter
of the Womant Cub of June 4t-' Meeting of Episcopal Jane Nesbitt; research Mrs. Abble Moat artistic arrangement of Thompson Mr. and Mn. Cha

Homestead conducted a mortgage- Woman' Auxiliary at home Of Mae Gross; magazine Mill InetBevi fresh vegetable from the home Ooley, Mrs. Ann Albright Mrs,

burning ceremony after a covered Mr*. Ceo. N. Wakefield, at fo *; music Mn. Hammett; and garden-Mra. O..P. Goancll Clara Vihlen, Mrs. Rosalie Chapman *

dish luncheon at the clubhouse o'clock. \, hospitality. Mrs. Dickinson.A Most artl arrangement of Mrs Ida Elchenburger, Mrs,

Tuesday June 8 Sacred Heart Club A ucle dinner was plannedfor fresh fruit from the home garden Pearl Driggeri Mrs. Lydia Sayers,
The mortgage cut In strips, wa meeting In clubhouse. f Monday, May SI. It will beheld -Mrs. W. D. Mahan. Mr. Sadie Vihlen, Mrs. Ada

distributed among the members, June 9 Sacred Heart Club I at the Steffant home. Best exhibit of of Easter lilies- Zachary, Mrs Viola Bell, Mrs..
and each In turn read message card Mr. Steffant and Mr Archer .
benefit yartyu clubhouse., Mrs W. D. Mahan. Margaret Behreni Mrs. Mary Ep.
that written the beck then
was on June 14 B. P. W.. C. meeting were appointed to represent ,the Belt exhibit of cut flowers person Mrs. Eunice Greer, Mrs.
'set the strip afire from a lighted *
Legion halL | club it the installation meeting of ,11'1I. Mahan Eason and Miss Pauline Leggett
.e.indle Miss Bishop then read ahistory June 18 TO Covered dish lunch- the Coral Cable club at the home Cotton dress Mrs. Chu*. Whit-
of the club written by Mrs. ortroeeting of Legion ,,Auxiliary t ot Mn Com. T. Fuchs Jr., Tuesday worth.
B. .F. Matthew Whd was po able homeof Mrs..' H. H. EWing. f evening.In Silk dress Mrs. Whitworth. There will be I fish fry at
to be present Mr. Matthews told of the Mra. Ricegave Matheson Hammock at 11:30: a. m.
June J3 Meeting at Young program period Stenciled pillow top Mr
:the club's very early day, and, .latron's Ija of W .M. S.at home a Kipling reading Mrs Clinton Seymour Dane.Stenciled Monday for the Redland District

,t.lrL Gee N. Raison and MiseJes- Mrs. 1:. "A Buchanan: 4 and Mrs. Johns played piano luncheon set Mia Ministerial Association.

pie Lobdell also, told of plojieetidM fOf May t. -r W. M. S. food Bale btJ solos, and Mrs. Biggers read an Eitelle Turner. j
fir Lloyd C. Shanklmtave
Legion Park: bejjuning{ at 9 o'clock. article on the curative value of Coconut frond book ends Mn The W. C. T. U. will meet in the
suggestions for making Homestead I music. H. J. Armstrong. I Redland Community Church next
City 'in Would lift*' .
P trttlt'. whtchpepPl JTJMOR tuaVES i Coconut frond book roerMrs. Friday at i o'clock


bAPTISTs 1UYE1 '"* II- .The Junfoiv Woman Club wID YOUNG MATRONS' CIRCLEThe
live a benefit card party tonight Young Matron Circle of
POT Ll'CK SUPPER. In tM-W mil\'. Club building. the W. M. S of th*! Homestead

:V put luck tipper. was told onrt I Mt*.< E: A. Machine* and MM. Mehtodlst Church met at the hocmjof '
)., Invn if the home of Mr and '
Harold Oxford were hostesses' it I Mn. Florence Pacetti with Mi- I
Sit" C. I GnuH Tuesday night forth last week's benefit !Bridge: and I Earl Pacetti, Jr., a* hostess.
iiwmbMS' 81 the Baptist Church bunco party. Ice cream and cake I Mrs I.. 1. Peyser gave th

'of llointstcad: ?Also Dorothy Spark, ; were llnoedo. Scriptural reading which was -tnl ",1Id",1. .c grammar school. I
iiK.itlonal'' dlrktor of the Central Those winning prizes were fqr lowed by prayer by Mrs. A. Aoertline. ,lash school!, prop school and
oilert should be rawardad
Baptist Church of Miami gave an high score in bridge Mrs Grace,I Bible study on "P tli work wU doneYou lor
outline of the method of conductIng f C Ward and Douglass Tower: for r a_'I 10 Prfioa $( donducted -
vacation! daily Bible schools low In bridge, Mr. Joel J. can bar many gifts for
t score .ty MiM Jennie Lodge t I boys and girls at the Itexall
Titteeji such schools are ptnnned :: Robinson and H K. Foulk for highscore During the social hour Mrs It.I, Drug store whom yea always
foi the Miami Association area "grew with ,.ftl,.
In bunco, Mm Burley Dendy
A. Buchanan won the prize In .
Those present were: the Rav land Robert Callu bit; for low core word contest The hostess, assisted I h Conte Ie and III our -.to
and Mrs. C. N. Walkef, Mr. and wont .f watchm.
in bunco Mrs. Tracy Chilliness ( raustdn "a
by Mn Stanley Wlttkop served
Urn Frank Mcllwaln,Mr. and Mrs. 'I and ,snail eta. otallonery
I and Harold Oxford; fleeting prlae. congealed fruit salad and coed- military brush teller
T C Shackleford Mr. and Mr*. 'Mis* MUl1trlWonam.. nut cake. foods, mmpe.y .=, ud'
T D Pirhe.! Mr*. C. O. Robertson Others present were: Mr. and Other present were: Mr. Ted I / Many other useful 11._

Mr* J. R. Dorsey. Mrs., W. Mr. Howard Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Scarborough and Mrs, A. M.
Home Mn S. L. West Mn D'I Frank Belts Mr. and Mn L. B. gars, 1.0-1
irwin, Mrs. Thomas PrItchett, money, Mrs H. K. Foulk Mrs. I IMr.

W D. Coker... Miss Nellie Landon Carney. Un, R. L. Godwin .
)l.rtin. MUll'l "n, Vann, Myron Mr'John Scarborough, md Mrs. Wayne Calkins I
Cnnnell. Russell Home and Ar* Mn. Stanley Wlttkop, Mr. Eliza I and daughter, Jean who have been Sheaffer Feenta/nPen MILITARY SETS FORDOTS
living In the of the Red from J.Kedaka .
,gold Mcllwaln. jl beth rucu.Afrt. Schnelde, Mrs. parsonage Set | from |tN
land Church sine
Bruce little, Mr. J. & Morton, Far Bays er Girl
their home by fin Ala NE LUGGAGE:
MIL AND MR RHEMEY ARE Mn. Rudy AebU Mrs. W. B. Caves, was destroyed I from fl.lt "
recently entertained dinner
HOST TO BRIDGE CLUB Jr.. Mrs, R. 0. Walaer, Mrs. Herbert it FITTED BAGS FOR GIRLS
Sunday Mrs. Qeo. E. Reed. MOVIE CAMERAS
Member of the Neighborhood I Tumtf\ Mr*. Blanche Bishop, Ceo. W. Turner Jr., and the, .Mn./ from ".'1 Ideal for College or ether vac
Mrs Maude Freeman, Mill Crace /
,flub were entertained at the home C O. Nelson who also live in
Of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney Hobson Miss Ellen Huff, Mia
Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs L. Pearl Wnltaker and Harold Lump parsonage I WRIST WATCHES COMB. BRUSH AND

;ft. Sommen won the high score kin. I tNBI SI BIM I i9f boys from ?. 93.69 MIRROW SETS' IN ',t.
:prise for club member and Mrs. SHAVING SETS EIPrER CASES

Frank Hausman and J.'It. Brook ST. JOHTi CHURCH HOLDS '" frem .... K.H
''e -CARElfJ' for boys frem Il.M
Von the high HOT* print for ANNUAL PICNIC TOMORROWThe
't\lesta. Low score pritM were 'I annual picnic of ti John' JULIO'I'OLDIBS.Al\i MANICURE STf ,wltliFetishe

,*n *> Mr. and Mr, Save Webb..j Episcopal Church school will beheld } I and Beauty I Ian tram .. **.. hem SLOG

Ice cream and cake were served. Saturday at Miami Beach! and
Present besides those named the parents. well it the children SCRAP BOOKS and TIE CHAINS' WITHALBUMS

were MY and Mr*. T. J Faust 1 are Invited. Transportation b True beauty demands tress ., st." INITIALS front, '1.M '
Tit, And Mrs. Frank Skill. Mr. and' provided. the best of care at all I
Mrt. J. H. Webster, Mrs. J. R. time. 'Whether you MEMORY BOOKS aid nTTED SHAVING KITS
The picnicker wilt leave the
Brook,, Mr*. Tern Lindsay, Mrs. who wave a facial; Disuse from $1.66. "
1 church et IM.Mr : I lot boys cent .,."
Royal C. Henry and Dr. frank "manicure; of any,01 BELT BUCKLE: SETS

Ha us man. *. Harry 0. Wolfe, Mr*. the other eeeUaI.il4i ar-' .. ,.. |LM Upper' Can Shaving Sets
beauty Tou'U find
Blanche Chapman, Mr*. J. K. Cay, the killed it
; operator
About one hundred O. E. s.f Mrs. C. J. PicetU and Mr*, a C. Pit's Beauty Parlor I Compacts 14 Tellette..* ,Our wheleaale eenstaeUen

1 member from District Radford of Homestead Liberty rekdy to' **rv nine are reported to Save peen Rebekah Lodi atUnded the quickly lay time I relsuMt Anat iEventag taPart ,lift you' may desire as a few
t w present Friday might for.the' ctte-l thirteenth- birthday celebration i *and Oemey.AU the new day* MUce. Shop bare flrat
Oretalgnele, Spiral utdCemblmaUea
'' bratlon of the Ad Artra'i twenty1fourth tM Coral Rebekah Lodge at. oIJ I Odenn hem SIN We gas fin your order fee any
appropriate trUiutfcm, .
week : Itn.I
birthday anniversary nut Grove last

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Uw Leader Enterprise

i "Ews''' dawfld Columns For

Social Events HOMESTEAD SCIIOOL Best Results They Pay.

NELLA SAILS. Schwl Editor

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A special assembly was called' loss Jennie Hardy who Iwo gone
SlRL SCOUTS ENTERTAIN FATHERS Monday morning that the pupils I away

ONE-POT SUPPER THIS EVENING might hear Mrs. Iran Schank. a :
FI, AT <<
missionary: who had spent the past Miss Jaduon'i first grade pupils

o'K seven years ta Ethiopia. After avery I voted to have an examination ta ftMer City: or Km' ReMg-

,Tills evening at 1 'cloclt'he when the troop's two new pup interesting talk, she showedus reading, M they would not V* different eraUmi KSJM M AsMsIng.
{{lomestf Girt Scrub <<"1Q enter''tola tents were used tor the tint time some at the clothing worm by from the high rede*. The tAw test
Theee tents btot their big timbrella the and t the:
Ethiopian sosn *> room iarattncUvely decorated this
fathers .t a
their Pc No matter it you live new or
tent, have screened door and articles make :
they week with flower which
ifwmptlre' tnMt which\ they wit were far from gas or power line you
ewcd-tsi float The troy Nuns, 1 brought by Betty Irene Sri men.. on enjoy the teinvmiences. MM!
pock and servom the lawn et libel ales, a small wan tent that has ar One day tart week, Mr. Moomaw laving of modem refrigerationServel .

JitutMaot, Mrs. Frank Skill.Prafikl awning fly with screen vndneath. showed the sciencs and arecbsses 1 The pupil J.Irom.. Edward: Oectrotax, the Kerneem

.' game and stunts will follow some very interesting slide picture room are completing their booklet Refrigerator 4ut4ica'M la aUImportant
the InML Barbara Bigger planned the on the carving of soap and on "Car of the Teeth" andwill ways tin famous gas
I PUni for this party were mad I menu and prorated the expense. other Interesting thing bind them this week. The refrigerator that has been the
choice for hundreds of thousands -
Ilit Tuesday* meeting of the troop Games and singing followed the children are pleased with the of fine homei during the

Sifter a study sf the poison wood meal Mrs. Gladys Webb wa absentTuesday book, "Jimmy Chew" which was past ten yeanPicture .
tree had been made. Geraldine I The troop worked also on requirement .. because Of limes sent them by the state board of this modern refrtg
(Reps talked on thetroop'* annual for the second clan health. erator tn your kitchen! It will
camping trip at Key Biscayne 10' star-finding test-ywt is, Ability The senior took; their placement I add beauty to your home Mar
that the new scouts may knee to ten direction by the Mar test Tuesday and acing of them!, Important, It will keep you supplied -
when | Those who d were: MalT afterward ..1 with Ice cubes-freere delicious
,$wht to expect they gi 0 amps were not a* smiling RADIO REPAIRSERVICE
;;%>_ next Friday Vera Rheney'.: France Rutland, fara Rhine. they were before. more iJlterelUnlmeaIa.denerta-help yon ten

';:'patrol directed a new obtervatloi'game. i Margaret Lawrence, Virginia Kin- Give I your food fullest pro
I I nor, Marjorie Lewis, Vida Clarke Mrs Wynn'i class I is sorry to lose I tection'! And the cost to run It t.
An over-night camp followed I Dora Scott, Athley Kemp and Bobby DeUinger and Betty Rae, FREE: ESTIMATES ON only a few cent a day
I t one.DCt supper last Friday nigh 'Barbara Bigger Clark. ALL WORK Call Homestead U and a man
;,, I will call at your home, or call

.iMR$. WOLFE INStALLED Bridge, Mr Mollie Wlngata, Mn. Mn. Bird' class I* sorry to lose Redland Appliance: at office. and aee one In opera
VICE-FRISIDENI / A. McKelll, Mr*. Motley ol Robert Aspley who has gone away. Service Dept. tJon.i
FEDERATION: i Own it on easy payment plan
Wauchula, Mist Lobdell and the '
1l i Ntr*. Harry D. Wolfe was Inf' .. Phone a tee
hostess. Mill Doney'i fourth pad I* enjoying -
eident of
Hied BI second .lce. J. W. MAGINNISRepresentative
of mixed frac
the study
Dade County Federation oomen' NORVILLE E. DENBOW
held LILLIE LITTLE IS tions. The pupil are sorry to Radio Expert
Club at meeting < I at 205 N. Krome avenue
Coconut Grove Wednesday G. A. HOSTESS _

rf."J. N. Gay of Homestead alai< That O. A.'. met at the home of! I LEGAL NOTICES I

,''fsttended the federation meetlni, Lillie Little Monday afternoon NOTICE: or AWICATWH FOE TAX Job G. Sally fort Me. 41AMERICAN
Scriptural reading by the hosted. laden
t- : LEGIONMeets
: .
i SACRED HEART CLCBMEETS was followed by a program ot NOTICI r* HSRKUY: GIVEN the ThlBruodovo .,
state missionaries Oo Ins.. >r M..ftatiim. ..f lint sad third Wedaeadar
IX CLCBROIJSg City of Miami T.. Ortifi at I. .i o r l
Chocolate milk and cookie wen .... slid .1" 4..4 110. 1tI. dof Joss, 8.P. Bi. Ark Legion BMg.
afternoon the S.credhe.rt '. ..
A. n. Int.-haw flood uM ( ,111
(old' post office) Seattle Krome
Club met In its clubhou e erved. air offtat. and ho. mod. H. .Ik" oil-n tUI .
Those present. were: Mrs J. X >td to taw ....... (n orrvionortth t Ave.. HeffiMlcaA Fla.
for the tone
to make final plan taw. Meld CoTtlflotm onkrvn' IMfolluwlnl
tit tard- party that night and for Byrum leader, Geneva Vnn, dMcrlbod. pnimrty IIIh.. CO'''tU ''
Thelma Radford, Mary Radford of Dodo. ..... uf Florida -1.
,the next card party which will be Martin II Mt a. of 8W Cur of that.
field' on June '. The card parch I Mabel Ruth Pope, Madene Olkner, portion ronotalnf uf Lul 17. WklloSub. '.
Edna Revel Ruth and Betty By' of ........ coy fnr )' O Mtkonrr 91L
:ere being given to pay for recen R/ to point 115 fox W ol *!..
Improvement on the building am i rum and Lillie Uttleliv. t.oF, Th. 8 l II fwt Th W to

:tits furntehtem, I ... M.point, Umta i. of In P.tVrMiM O 11.. IS IhKtoPO. .",,......a MIwrth. 1 LE Cooking and Water Heating
'Mr*. Frink t Afros: ;the ho-, M. S. TO HOLD II.... .. _... In the City of
_..I. aunty of ,04. ""'... ?' rior.Mo Virgil! d. Leon. Hempstead
ieu ibis week, and Mys. Top Pan I FOOD SALE SATfllDAT 01 __ In C.rllflr>t? ..,..
/I'no win be the hotfes tt the hex : The Young Matron Circle of 4111 Tile lonnmont 01 saw prov JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
under Ike said sentries. Iwtwdwas
I 1I '8tlnt. June t. I the W. M S. of the Homartcat< arty III the same of Unknown I
Other present were: Mr*. Char. Methodist Church, assisted by thi scam to feet a. of aid Corof Inn SARrR I ANDete'LrI II
Pope, Mr*. JL. C. Smith Mr Gee,, other circle of the W. M. S, wil I I i Lmm roim nf for lam P.IT O., Wnu B. Tfc K: of to ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT M die I LEARN TO DANCE

M Swan, Mrs. Mn, hold a food sale Saturday at I a I paint IIS trot W of IMxayno Bay **<'TJ'Tju.ul''tit********* BALLROOM IKSTRITTIOX
Farris Irk 8 I ... 7%. W to point a. ./ wide vein w4 I
I in"
M. L. Walker. Mn. ,nner o'clock at the American Legior WITH GOOD MUSIC
FOB.. Th. N. 4 tea to P. O H.bndo iViiili,Nil mutt, MkM ho,ndu, UnttJNkjiM
ly. Mrs M. S. Studstlll Mr ViC. ., Park to add to the building tune In Soetion II Tomoktp M_Sootb.K ssmew dew.,,Em's wA kwnprky I M 1* p. Each Tuesday
Roberts and Mrs Don Ferreytt' ., 'of the Sunday school building. c.u n_.. 41 of East Dodo, I.In SUM City of .of........tII'Montbnmd ..wow 4sd NA-1 l Ley. As" ks LEGION HALL
Sandwiches, coffee, tea, cake, In CortlflmM Its 41". Tile ewe oar.tOCIfTAIAl11,0UNG1171Qo1115
_....., of said pro...... MIMr 1M
6CB-DEKS HAVE pie and Ice cream will be sold Mn old tWUftoto ta i..d wn is die SHOe
I L. L. Peyser end Mrs. .
Unless sold CortirkimtM dual ho To.domod R.W-sue .IA FBEEI
The Sub-Deb girl enjoyed i I IT., are tn charge of the sale aoMrdkit aw, tn dead will I 71 DOOM SI 00 I II
: Aa ottradrr vest pocket ol
swimming parry Monday afternooi how thnoon on lot day of Jun. A D I 40 too"$100 aM.MSNts I *
tort, bates whoa vest fat mr llln
at the swimming pool at the home 1..1IbIU" Dated Mill Iota day nf Aprl A. P. l7C I.1*lll>/WH1,Sa a..w o s iw?*. a be ol.M t Issm ..4 pt"
of Mr. Mad Mn. A. A. Payne 01,I "Who is that letter tr'omp" a II Clark U uf I EATHSSkllAII I:Iron Court. 0,,,..Lit ,OUND ....'" Any itORJDA roll M PHOTO'
Silver Palm drive. Later refresh "What do you want to know for' Dkdo LwMr. fMW MOi T 5Gt6 I CO.
: pA C! IC"
By N, c. WMHITI. D C.Clie tat
meets were served to the girls by 3121 Jacksonville. Fb.
"There you arel! What do I want .M Con ..ollI .
the Di>>de.Drag. I to know for? You're the most Inquisitive I Apr IX was T. ... II. til j ___..L __.
Present\ were Mm Vir.1nIefrick person 1 ever met.-
Misses Martha and Helen Crjt 1
West, Misses Iv* and Nina Dyal,
Mist Henrietta Hartman, Mill Nits 1I

Pearl Bush Mill Marcia Gauzent, REMOVAL NOTICE I
Mill Alta Webster Mad MIn BobbiiSutnmerlln.
The loon Miami Dally Newi DRAG THE CHAIIlI-leu. nUll nIT
office as now located: In the formerW.
3. Clarke booty 41n- Roberta


Circle TWO of the: W. M. S. met t I

Monday afternoon at the home olMr 1 MRS. DON FERREVRA. Won't Scratch or Tun White
*. Joel J. Robinson. Bible study. Phone MM

wall conducted by Mi* Jennie Lob-

dell after a short business meet- 1" YOU doo't boost *. "... taesfal" washed freqtpradr who /strong

",tag.During the social hour refreshment .1M. a>f Stench Visor Varnish is soap without kmlag hs brlUlaM,
irer*.served by the hostel. .."M. o. she Job. .darof gl..r-std will *M4lursiwMt

Those present were: 1>11'1. L. M \ item b s toegi- ....'...... *.

.. list I be" .... aUorlaM dealer
... ... m ..... gniah nilIE my
> AmMnmctns { give'tIm ; mktog tW 3> year speel Bf*... Ie s-klsei a apaisl ....,....t..

New Up-To-Date genal'oe .a* M hteriat loom It la ...** afar as of r.-.tt .leas Vocei1IW4M

S.nb- Dept. Oror....Aidla%gee lm low
EUGENE Peranaaeat1str. risk Ua i4at tad eke a***
O tug riaass l**.sn *.<"-saai* __ ..
,r .Jt x..A'ND ..o .. WI sevcUt price as *
-: V* ...... 4aw7.lo 31 aSaws na- .
APPLlANCE see .:: =. J a* well protects the. atturil 6 sssss......eL.A albs o.r

i 3I.Iatd e/.,.etta.aasa qst weds. \ 7s .
Soot" .
.'\ rw*., W owe. she we..s altos. 1 peer ._ ,
'Ise %ee ear all For ...do ...... Lurie" Mr'rteV...lab sts.xUa g.

SMjtain w ....... reefs..with (touiw f*|oMloxfacts whaoM cUpfitg or scrascUng 1111 Ile B. DAVIS CUa
Let sat "ArrW few
Wathees trnwnCssassMWctal
soda excessive -caabs
.... ers a %
I'nlUaVwm loW far she .. wide sat.
,.r. |. and "WaterttDCSr I ourssl wodduloas so d Sane.+
/i ,r CwMrs !I sag (M-.a4...Mk o.54iish's

''t'.i.. e-tI. Aptlaneees WTEIXG AJ ) Barbff ShefJf LUMBER CO.
[ ;,. .IPEctALTf. f &Bea.(y Parlor. 1MIO1E III
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Ten THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, May 28,1937

CLASS PROPHECY .T.....: "Mr. Stanton Beck". ual art

II Ring: "Come in and Join us, He always tries to do his part.

The Redland Rattler I II (Continued From Page Six) Professor" i For the ninth grade girls there

Just heard that.you won the international ., Beck: "I certainly am glad to (Continued
on Page Eleven
e. .11 I skating derby." see all of you again". )

WHO'S WHO IN THE SENIOR senior classes will be as Jolly car*. Hans: "Yes, st last I have attained .' Jeeves: "Miss Myrtia Luckey."

CLASS tree, and promising M the senior i fame, but my line of business Ring: "Welcome, Myrtle I hear MIM
Class of 193?. has Its up'i and down's." that you are a well known cooking w

Handsomest boy, Roy Campbell,, ARTICLE VII : Jeeves: "Miss Mary Graham." Instructor. Is It true'"

Prettiest girl. Carlom Ames. Ring: 'Welcome Well, Kate,' Luckey: "Yes, Ring".
MOlt studious girt, Mjrtli Luck.. Myrtis Luckey, leave my ability I hear you are making the mocking Ring: "You'll make some titan a JJJV{ :
to out of to
eye keep arguments birds around here blush." fine wife".

Most studious hoy, Ronald Ker Ethel Roberts and Mary Ann Graham: "Thank you Ring.You're : 'Jeeves: "Mr. Robert Vrana". I
foot Brown. not so bad yourself." I Ring: "Hi, there Bob!" i

Quietest girl Joyce HUHari an<4]I L Alone Bennett, bequeath my, Jeeves: "Misses Billle Harford Vrana: "Hello, Ring."
Willa Mae Cason. ail ty to "bum" cigarettes toJoseph and WUIa Mae Cason." I Ring: "How's your flying coming O AUTHENTIC ,

Quietest boy, Hens SeJifadef. Benson and Don Lair. May l Harford and Cason: "Good evenIng I along'" I COMPLETE
Most athletic girl. UNOI Brig I their pals never give out. Ring." Vrana: "It's fine, but the last

I,..Billie Harford. bequeath. my I flight I took had
ten: Harford: "We.sure were surprised }hey nearly to lay Exclusive
Moo athletic boy Roy.Campbell;, fluty! to take two periods of I to receive your Invitation." I me among the sweet'pea. I I
home ec. in the same year to Ber- Ring: better luck Feature .
Shyest girl Myrtle Luckey. CBSOIV "And we wouldn't miss "Well next I
Shyest boy Hans Schroder. tha CraftI this reunion for anything In the I time." I TALLAHASSEE BUREAU '

Chewing gum queen Gwendolyn Stanton Beck, relinquish my world." Cash: "Well, Isn't this all of our Comprises three staff 1 1a 1e
claims on Jeanne Calkins to tarry class?"' I I I
Campbell HoltI (Roy Campbell Ormand Cash, knowledloat:: aof
Chewing gum king, OnrundCaah. and George Wright rush In.) Gwendolyn: "But Where's. r.1N, both state itteal t tI
Mary Graham do leave sad 0,0.
my Cash: "Hey, Ring, who's that Alonzo Bennett?" (Jeeves en tloneX Their prolUle narration
Neatest girl, Mary Fisher. ability to vamp the opposite sex guy out in the hall He tried to Jeeves: "Don't you know n.j I are ta accept**<
Doris MlzelL guide foe readers
Neatest boy. Robert Belt. to top us to find out our names, but (Removes makeup.) la these aft MM.IntenetMl I
I, Lueben Greenwood, leave
Best tU around girl LucillePriggers. my we Just said 'Don't worry. Ring Ring: "That's the first surprisebut
sex appeal to Gordon Cross and wait until TWO SPECIAL WIRES
bear I
will know our names' you what ij 1
Eugene Bell Direct ta the TUnM-Untoa.
Best all around boy Lueben Ring: "Well. I should say I do have to tell you. Does any one j editorial room some the
Greenwood. I, Mary DINatsle( leave my Shorty. And hello there, Roy and remember Mrs. GreerT" > happenings of tbe mlauMM
DINaUU. shorthand ability to Burton Stln- Wright she heard from the nrtruae t
Cutest girl Mary George. : "Sura ) was the man. aDd now ol the UfUU.
Cutest boy, LuebeA Greenwood. son and Mary Byars May they Campbell: "And to think our old ager ot the lunch room at Redland j|I lure.REPORT. '"
have .
Moat dignified girl, Serafina no angles.I classmate 1s a famous radio singer" School." ON ALL KILLS

.OrlflcL Grady Cowan, bequeath my Cowan: "And oh, boyl) Could Dully M' they m- late
Moat dignified boy, Alowo Bennett auburn locks to Albert Halnlln and Wright: "I never thought 7ou'd .she took". ..UOM before the. atmim

i Clement RusselL do make it, the way you used to Ring: "Well, I received a tele of..Tta our .r state art ft.ebsd"by.tOTtmlwb9
Best girt dancer:"Mary Chalker. I, Mary Chalker, will my sunny screech around school.: gram from her today and also two =: direct to ISM
Belt Camp disposition to Anna Mae Rlne- that IM r***>
boy dancer Roy Jeeves: "Miss Gwendolyn Camp big cherry pies which she made ..
OUT he
hartI tally
bell and the former Miss Carlotta especially for .ua" lomeit.
bell.Air minded boy, Grady Cowan. Ormand Cash, bequeath my Ames". Cash: "Good, lead me to them."

Teacher pet, Ormand Cash. ability to get around this teachers Ring: "This is a pleasure. Well, Ring: "Walt folks, let's sing our
Tomboy, Billle Harford. I Ito Marlon Henderson and Warren Carlotta, I haven't heard much of old farewell" and then we.will

Wittiest girt, Mary Chalker. |Wood. you since graduation, but Owen.doJ.yn' depart for refreshments." ,
Wittiest boy, Alonzo Bennett I. Mary Fisher bequeath my .
operatic career certainly fC1au' sings farewell song.) I
Friendliest girl, Mary Graham. ability to blush becomingly to made the headlines"

friendliest boy, Ronald Kerfoot. Jeanne Catkins and Vera Parker Gwendolyn: "Well, I had to do .
Most popular boy Cuejxn May they never be embarrassed.I something and singing seemed to Our Teachers f.I I
Greenwood. Ronald Kerfoot bequeath my be the line of least resistance."
Moat popular girl, Carlotta j I ability to out-argue Mrs. Mcgee in ,.mel1; thought housekeepingwas .
Ames English to Beth Cautler. All the teachers of Redland High,:
i iJollleit as good as any so I married
1, Carlotta Ames, leave dignity School I
boy, Robert Vrana. I my and settled down." 1
Jolliest girl, Mary DINatale. to Catherine Bell and Frances Jeeves: "Miss Lucille Drlggers Never go by anything but the rule

Biggest loafer, George Wright Lewis. and Mr. Robert Bell." And If you don't elleye what I'm
I, Hans Schrader, leave my ekatI going to say I :
Smallest girl Mary FUher. | Ring: "True friends never tall.'"
Smallest boy, Charles I I trig ability to Nora Greenwood and You'll have to come around some O Iof
Turner. Drlggers: "Yes, I managed to' ,
41 I I softer.Mildred Cox. May the bumps grow I leave the Sport's Page a while and day. I' eD RAOther {

Indulge some old time entertain Says Mr. Baker from the Senior
I, Joyce Milliard bequeath my \
Class WillBy ment"
quietness to Jack Turner and class, I Features Bell: "Howdy. Ring, glad to
Serafliu Orlfld Glenn Glidden. :Never go anywhere unless you're r
the Senior I, Robert Bell, do will abilityto asked. ; t
We. Class of Redland I my '"
Ring "How the
: are cows today And Mr. Livermore, he PRESS WIRES
never! t
High School of Dade County in avoid blondes and redheads to I
Jeeves: "Mr. Charles Turner". shirks Over these some the daily
the State of Florida, being of J Richard Edwards Ring. "Ah! California's I tortes of three AP writers
sound and disposing mind and::1 I, Gwendolyn Campbell, be- outstanding Because all you do Is work, work who trtphloiUf tell
attorney" .
the Incidents.DIRECT
memory, do make, declare, and I,i queath my jazzy nature to Bertie Turner:'"Ya, Croaley, I though work. !
publish this our last will and testament Lois Mathls and Eleanor Murray UNITED PRESS
There's Mrs.
I I'd drop by and see my old schoolmates : Megee With part the
hereby revoking and annulling I. Roy Campbell, bequeath my again". JuniorsI'm I WIRES
any and all will or wills ability to play baseball to Fred Certttge of the pimeed.
Ring: "And Charles telling she's got the
you are you spoon lag I* assigned to two UP
made by us any time heretofore: Vlhlen and.C:,.,J, Graham.I the only class mate of mine livingin em.And men whoM writing see

ARTICLE I Lucille Drlggers, bequeath my Southern California... Miss Elinor Payne with. the I popularly II110wn.DAILY ,

We leave and bequeath to Prof- ability to skip study hall and waste Jeeves1: "Mr. Ronald Kerfoot". other class i IN l

fessor Wagner all the best wishes] time in the cafeteria to Mary Ring: "Our old clans brain trustIs Always by there and never ..... n
Eleanor Williams and Doris Price. "
and as much good will is he feels here.
May they caught Says Mr. Ooley, "Such MOCN1orianttimes9inion c
never get stupidity"!
capable of receiving, and may he Kerfoot: "I took two days in I
I, Robert leave sense It's a shame, all should f
my you be
have order to be with .
never the trials and tribulations Char you tonight" i
of humor to Hart and Walter pitied.There's !
with the future senior classes R. Campbell: "Well, Ronald, youwon't
that he has had with us.ARTICLE Thompson. regret It I'm sure". Mr. Trotter from the man- j
r, Charles Turner, do bequeath
It : "Miss Mary Chalker and
surplus height to John Hick-
To the faculty we leave the hope my Joyce Hilllard".
thai all their future senior classes son and hope that he will appreciate Chalker: "Hello, there folks". .'

may always be as thoughtful ttndconsiderate to the fullest my bequest Ring: "Greetings to two old a
I. George Wright, do will and S
classmates. Make
of them as the Senior I yourselves at
dais of 1937. bequeath my ability to lightly and home, girls". 1t II.J
skillfully evade work on any pretext .
Hilllard: "No one has changed a .Jrr
to Betty Blake and Kenneth bit."

To the trustees, wt will. and be.qucsth lawkes. .1) .

our thanks and appreciation I, Willie Mae Cason. do bequeath .
for their co-operation services my Latin ability to Alma Jane : .

and regret that our thanks Jndgren and Marjorie Campbell.I DR..& F. P
have no commercial value. Serafina Orofld bequeath my STEBBINSRegistered h .

ARTICLE IV scholarly attitude to John B. Graham OpUmetrUiIS gJ.ga

To Mr, Earl Delaney we leave and Ernest Campbell. TEARS' ,
ARTICLE VII Practice la Homestead
all the trash P
that he has been able
to accumulate together with all To the Junior Class we, the Se- Room ( and 7 Int
nior Class ot 18)7 do will and be. McCrory Arcade
tray pieces of chalk and erasers
Queath[ our ability to stage sit Hours:

cut and In may doors.he never have to fill holes serious down strikes.consequences.May there be no MAIN Saturday OFFICE.,_. ::7.38; to 10 p. m. WHEN YW, NY THEWayriekyoarrMdinoneyooinknow' tic6 otWO PI(,

ARTICLE V Signed sealed and witnessed by MM W. flatter. III'..'". fta.phMMw p.
+ To Mr. Paul M. Baker, our beloved Carl Wagner and Paul M. BakerIn s-ms- -ns* lam

sponsor wt will and boquetth the year of our Lord, one thousand Dr. ... W. room bladed? Probak Je. Is Use product of
and hope that the future nine hundred and thirty-seven. 8te101oI.late the .erid* largest blade maker.. blade

tacit "stands,"fat OM IDol Comfortable /(

r I stew aftc a slith r. TonTI be surprreed

bow seedy tUs doubk-edge blade rtmo //k'
DR. R. S. DR. NEUENSCHWANDER brioUsi.Sow cool and tefmtwd tot 3

't DR. B. GONZALEZ I It eevv a yenta(-Buy d peck..e of PrUwk r'%
DENTIST Jr. frata your dealer today, -
I Sri
,' Oine* liters: .. m. te '

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Fiula.v allay\ 2% 1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Paw Eleven



Miss Harkness RATE: First insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertions

She ought to be a queen for all hei I 8* a hIss '

I FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCII School. Communion at 7:31 a. "' .rPMIII' --

..., church school at '31 a. ... And then Mrs Polk with UK ;
H._ .a.-1'11. n.v CfiJCaiker. N. anal evening prayer and ser- ninth grade boys FOR EXCHANGE I II I NICE MODERN HOME two bedrooms -
pastor Sunday school 1. I I! both and sleeping porch

HO' a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. eveaat7:38p.m. In spit of them she will alwayi \EXCHANGE Will exchange MIami :: Face east, nice roomy screened-

n4 T:30 p. m; B.Y.P.U. at T pan >t lola'WI.ndj the Rei reJoice. city lots for Redland acreage I i in front porch with furniture and

services Wednesday; .t Norman C. Zulauf, pa tor. Sunday There's Mist Louis Brannon, i or orange grove. Mrs. R M garage $2,500....Cash or term
; .a.
Simpson Homestead Fla., Rout
: rt. school each Sunday; at 10 a. m.English pretty; lassieAlways !
neat and I 1, Box STI (miltf) :,SIX ROOM HOUSE three bedrooms
service on second and never sassy
S*- N* preaching ser
fourth of month Mill Anderson with commercial -. and bath. Nice large
Sunday each a Sirs
l'-:3r IB morning because of I FOR RENTFOR i rooms Faces south on prominent
p. In. subjects,
: sermon IB Neva 'For goodness sake hand in IMbudgets" I RENT Furnish street Extra large,roomy screen-

& Cooper School METHODIST EPISCOPAL ed-ln porch. $1,500n..
& of the Rev Allea ment Summer rate $12 apart-I' .a6a

.. at I f. ... 'venlng ser Florida City Community Chord There's Miss Kathryn Cast, what I month. Mrs. C. R. .. I See

t peon "The Nature of the King -the Rev C. G. Nelson, pastoi an artist N. E. 2nd avenue (5-Ktf) I HENRY BtHRENS or BENJ W.

does of God. Church school at 10 .. m; preachIng Now I don.t want one of you tc I FOR RENT by year 4-room and MORRIS, north of ten-cent store

Juno S Prayer service at 7:30 p. In. Midweek prayer think you are the smartest bath apartment vacant June L' on Krome avenue Phone No. lit.I .

i' subject "The* Tent of GoreTeeple" and Bible study; Wednesday .t And Mr .Mitchell what a man! ; By renting now you get i: I

Ii 730. He always does the best \he can. i months for price you oba I BARGAIN Sedan look and
runs good. Battery, rear axles,
G ( Gould*-TI>* Hv Noah Peter to pay other places for the I
And here'i Mrs. Rives with her spate, tag, all new. Sale half
(: pastor Sunday school at 10 Redland Community Church-i month winter season Clean, 8-1
son. good disposition I I value $7500 It Interested address
m.; preaching at H a. m. 161141 the Rev. C. 0 Nelson, pastor Which has saved many kid from well! shaded rooms, good : Private Ownership care

|T;30 p. m: B. Y. P. U at 8:30 p rr. Church school at 10; presiding at : getting a licking I Iture, electric stove fireplace. Leader-Enterprise (pm2$)
11 Epworth League .t 11:311. Midweek AH curtained. Studio I I
aver service at 7:30: p. m. Wed I Also a very fine librarian Is she rooms

) "sday. prayers and Bible stud;, I For she handles things best fob I couch in living room makes ex :: FOR SALE S-lnch Worthington
Thursday at 7.30.METHODIST tra room S minute
i centrifugal C. 8. Allen
CATHOLIC you and me I I pump.
from Homestead, SO minutes ti Halnlln drive between Krome

J,' ,Church oK the Sacred Heart- EPISCOPAL And neat Miss Fisher, the Latin I Miami Rent low by year Evi and Redland rds Phone 2311

S. E. Second avenue, Homestead; SOUTH teacher : Collins, Federal Highway and'', (M2t-28)

r'the Rev James Cloonan, pastor White Stone t'1lureh-Homfto She't very nice, you ought to meet I Biscayne drive. "

L Sunday man at D .. m.; week da;:, her. 'I EASTER LILIES 5c a blosaom.
stead; the Rev. A. A. Koeslllne. HOUSE IN FLORIDA CITY for'
W. D. Cbker. N. Kromo
Always there epic and span I I Mrs
745 ichoc
mass at dally Sunday .
pastor Sunday school at 9:30 a. rent by year Furnished or un- i
\1 Sunday following ft o'clock mast. 11 and 7 31; And always there'to lead the band.. i SALE citrus
m; preaching a. m. : furnished. Inquire Laader-En-1 FOR Tropical plants, -
Communion for women the firs Junior League at 230 I tree and fruit Inseason.'Jungle
p. m. p Next In line is M. A. Baker terprise tropical
Sunday of month; for men an< m.; HI League at 9:43 p. m.; Senior; When It comes to agriculture he snot I I Grove Rerilaml

N, boys, the second Sunday of month League at 7 p. m. Prayer meetins t faker r FOR RENT Nice cool furnished I i road and Plummer drive.
Holy hour Thursday before fin Private bath,
at 7:30 p m Wednesday He can anything from a peal apartment ,
'Friday of month at 7:45: p. m. Man. grow reasonable Ask at Western I FOR SALE Pullets ready to try

#first Friday at T:30 a. m. Bens May SI No morning service I to a potato must know anything I Union. (n>28tf) I I Also broiler batteries Shanklit
And it
diction of the Blessed Sacrsmen I you
because of the baccalaureate Grove. (pa23)
after mas service at the school I ill tell you later. FOR SALE 1
I FOR SALE Rip < ngerinea -
auditorium. Evening A pro- There's Mr. G utter Idge a fine 1I I
CJ.Il8TlAN SCIENCE CHURCH grapefruit, fryers, CM-.
tthetie menace, "Fullness of athlete, : 10 ACRES tine fruit land, on oiled i Dr. Shanklln Grove, U mil ,

'1 Florida CHy-:Broadway am(: Times of Gentile," There to win but never cheat I road; nicely located close to i; west of Florid City, o30-U)

;i\Sixth street Sunday school .t i iB Say Mr. Wagner with a dirty look, neighbors. 11 nice coconut palms. ,I

:4J j.ra. for pupils,under id yean Sliver Palm Community Chorea "Get to study hall and read a I. Has been partly in grove |49, a I. RED FRYERS-Uve or dressed -

.of ago; morning service at 11 -the Rev. H. O. Cowan. pustorSunday I book." per acre cash !I Free delivery In city Phone

o'clock. Wednesday evening Mr- school every; Sunday at 10 ...... B35-M McEwtn Poultry Plant

.vice which Include testimonial at m.; preaching services on first, You have Just heard ;(0( ACRES of which 5 acres an I i

of healing and elJWlenbe.nd remarks third and fifth Sunday at 11 a. The teachers, a very fln. faculty' glade,-balance pine land. About : MISCELLANEOUSFREE

on Christian" Science 8 p m. and Ip.nt.Princeton Nearly always Jolly I 275 neglected trees--grapefruit,!
But sometime not exactly I If excess acid cause you
m. The public Is cordially invitedto cringes and tangerine*-can: be
attend. _The Rev. H O. Cow I reclaimed 11,130 Can make I stomach ulcers, gal pains, Indigestion -

an, pastor, Leo L. Poyser assistant LEGAL NOTICES some terms. heartburn, belching,

May SI Lessoa-sersnoa pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m.;; .I hone It H. A. CAMERON I bloating, nausea. get free sample

topic: "Ancient and Modem preaching at 11 B, m. and 7:43 pin doctor prescription, Udga at
Necromancy alias Mesmerism N via ruacttrr COAT I111 ** yes! I >
every Sunday Epworth Leagueat riKVKNTH" JUDICIAL' tlKClIT IN I OR SALE House and lot Flake Dixie Drug (pm7-lyM

and Hypnotism. Denounc 7p.m. AND FOR TADS IOUNTT rtoaioA. Manor This Is a good proposition -
.." IN TT""l(' I For price and details tee H. ,PIANO TUNING! Into repairing.
MARIe VARnROUGH. M.I- i Good used pla>io for a*.* cheap
''''. .a M F YABBROUbH. Drf ita.t. A. Cameron Phone TJ.
CHURCH OF CHRIST I W. Eo (Don. 115 N W. Sid IiL
house and
llvmestead..-First avenue and Fonda City-Mrs. Ernest.Warren I TOt M F YASBRUUOH tlteUMMI .JUST SELL j ,VANTEDWANT
I Price reduced to
school ."Ywwn$ I furniture.
Sunday I
N. W. Fifth street; T. J. Hunton,, pastor You: M MrAr Toonlrod 10 .111000T Ior Will reasonabledown _
minister. Bible study, 10 a. 10 a. m; preaching Ham. and ,Bill of Coaopl.'n' hw divanm I rllM swain"w I $2100 : TO RENT .- furnished
Junior meeting 8:30 m. In the .bv- .tr.... rasa as the Sib payment and monthly) payments id-
8 m. p. ; at L
p. ; house by year Inquire "
'communion fellowship .Jar of Ju... A. D. '"1. ahoN. tSa thereafter.. This place la
preaching at 11 a. m; preaching m.1 Young .Peoples meeting 7:15. .11......... of acid bill will be ekes. w I i er-Enterpric office
excellent value H A. Cameron.
Prayer and class meeting 7:30 -' I
7:30 m. Prayer meeting Ord.r two .
p. This" be published Our twad.wEstwlrW
nesday 7:30 p. Dr.CHURCH Thursday ::[ Jlma.ot.ad r'i' for four -ROOM MODERN HousE, all i LEGAL NOTICE
, oaweutln v.rbr I OTHI ArrnrATioN FOR rAt
I Dated April It. A. D. 1007.L improvement $4230 Can be DKI
- fLY! : TALGoulds
OF GOD II.1.UTIIEIUUIf, I handled on $790 cash, balance I UIH KK Is.>
Chi at rtw CtnaH Cmwt. I NOTIClfI\V.\ ) GIVEN U ., W.
',' Homestead-606 N. W. First -Rev. John H. Stroud 'AR.R. aoin.o twpiw el.!*. monthly payment H. A. Cameron ''L. Smith holds 01 stow mi Costar I..
pastor Sunday school at 14: a rtlflf.l.. No aloe ....... tow "" .l.>
avenue; J. h. Dodson, minister Aar an for .,..."r,. j ''of Aimrt A. D IMS. has Iliad Mmrmt .a
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m; preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 pHOMESTEAD (Moe7r4Il.p.I: ? i. , Modern -room .
'OR SALE I ..4. to belno"'" (Sawa... .4d ",
preaching at 11 a. m and 7:30 p.m., Jt DGE's.f4'lt'RT IK, house lii desirable residential I.Ifleaw _am 11M toll-lour .........
Junlar Y. P. at ':43 p. m. Prayer PRESBYTERIAN M AN r."rg DADS Cot NTY. FLORIDA.IN .i section of Homestead: nice lawn I p Span In. Ins ONatr of Jo4o INas
Ir ...11.
meeting 7:30 ,. 1744.in 'swift
Wednesday PROBATE.
p. Homestead-Itrome avenue at Mt 1'1iIN Or WILLIAM It'' with fruit trees Phone 828-M 1t. I. U. pass Reed saw" .

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE N. 16th street; the Rev E. L; Nel- AUld, n.e..ed.Noricc Tf. CREDITORS I or write P. O. Box 493. Homestead I *..;. fM fP Mw*, Stoic*. Pn of rt 141Cm ..u.T1o M. I h.

on, minister Bible 1 school at Fla. (ml4tf) t d act .ii iiriy an.b rhe
o All Crdlan and All Persons RivtMiCUlrn. ........ In She ... .
Homestead<< The Rev. W. J 10 a. m: preaching at II a. m or DHMKita Assiaat Said bMHIrf I. .. .....D. a. was .m.of.

Parker, pastor Sunday school at and a p. m. Young peoples meeting Yea. and acerb rou. .r. ktnkr,insets MtlfMu and 11 l LEGAL NONCE V.I_ MM. ....,,,.... ik.ll. k. N*. .',...1
a pnaant our ,
,... d. e.4
ft:43 a. ra.; preaching at 11 a. m. 7 IsrasuiM M .khn 1Ova. I wranUnt to Uw pq.rly
p. n.rn.tdt : ....... will k. ..U M Uw kkiknlit i .trl. r
and 730 p. 11N.; Y. P. S. and awn UK Mtat* of WUlUm NOTKI I UM Onirt-lKKiM' .k-t .. the lira I...,.
CHn'CII ,tm frtmrnl ay of Ha -l Daft:, 4th. ttorUmMmr month of J..... :"I7. wh I I.II I.
Junior medina *t 030: p. tn I Wntr. rlMM toli>Hi W Fta Illsatw, TW annual tat I* the
of KIDRIDA EAST COAST FCR- Au uJyn. 'IM7"inr&rrT.rv
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening ;maIT Judas ( Dad. County. and fn,:: (tires co. will b. MM. M UK Plant I* i II theo.t
7:30p.m. Gould-Sunday school at 9.41: seta Mi o/tto. l> MM...,Gmaty O OIMM KlorM., M t V, e. Ml Tai ,
..Ran, .In Do'". c.a.tt. ". within i-" I rloan. .: ,'
M CtMlt OKIDud
etb 1a47Peed do
11 and 7:80 m ., Uw auto at the tinttbiloatlo it JUM I
preaching at a. m. p. --.r.- t O. Wall" Moodr Pe.ha"aA. COMMIT. ,1<.",.
Princeton -the Rev. C. A. Condo S.M l\mt or <* i
n rwk. ace. and Tmu. I C'IIII Court Oft
-, pastor Sunday school at 9:45; May It Farewell services ...mnlt u and tonulii u k.th...........W l rfdraM sod pm of tad UwblnuM May II. II I... 4. II.". II, N. ('. eTvoiu' T. P, \ ..'

preaching at 10:45: a. m. and 7:30p. moraine and evening by the .i i ._* *r MM will, W ...... *.. 111.,1. 14. tOTI'R

m.Junior meeting ':JO, young Rev. J. H. Stroud.arntmnusT pttton 1st af the 10J. fnJbtt Art. J. T. TOMEKLIN / 0' Arrlll'A11011 FOR TAX
I 11 Dated April as, A O IMI DUD
people' meeting at 6 ID Prayer CONWAY J. AKEMA .
(...... she H. NeiPII.
meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. TEMPLE or AitaliiWraM of DM teas, of TRANSFER N.. ,lilt
'/\ .. TRUTH Flee ....w....... on Nov 1. II" \ .. ..... 01 BUM sod iT "u"
Until lone g -an-Ivai... Hf 7. M. II. M 1'1Or Freight, Dirt Wood Shaving. I P FM.U T.r-C.rtlflr.1.H. "H.. 4W1 land IhItk

Vice nightly conducted by the Homestead-branch of Miami! eta Hauled I '\f\ ml Aural A. D. IM*. U >>,M ,.-

,i Rev. C. O. Miller of Jackson. Spiritualist Temple of Truth In. TRI Ciact'rr roi'rr OF TRI Call JU-B Homestead I. Mr o.,l.. n4 kM ado spell ,1..".."
ELRteNTN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I 'x' m 1.1H 10 W Wad tlwrm :1
H_ Woman Club 410 N. W. Eighth II d.a
AND FOR DADa 'oVMTY. FLORIDANt. I rtirioiw. tool-rars KM Mtoolw,
ivenu Wen a Bible dais ..ndOPEII' <"... ir EPISCOPAL lAR'HALI SMITH FMMIff. ... AIRS IUM rUirU l".wHI
SMITH IVt,.d..l. Buy a Home i I. 8499 4-J 0964 and nJ am.j'
St I.ha'-s E. Second avenue AIR BIBLE CLASS! naves roe FIBUCATIOfl of LasY rani (S ,T"t.; :
AIKK SMITH. IEJU10ENCC UN. Grove Land *>m II, M a..dk.it. .
and Fourth street, Homestead; the Legion Park in Homestead or, Inc KNOWN' Buy .nn It KMt III Ih. CnuU ifHUH ........
\ Rev. B. Sackett vicar yea -5st tawdM. to ap".w altsS ml Fkvhta.Tk. .
Milton on I
last of rain city baU.945 Sunday .f OonptalU for dl..eoa IIM. (ntkntn Buy Glade LandIt t-mmturM tl .\. ..._ ",1w
iMomlng prayer and sermon Sun.. norning. Tell others-bring others.Turner's ., .III UM sown ityW MM* M the Sth Ilhe MM. wrttftau bound woo Ie.... 1-40
days at 11:00; holy communion excry = ft July A. O I':I.I:0..* d. b my firm belief that 'hI... J. M amrt.Vmtmrn Short I" ....-...
f MM wntflut
MM Pill actb ImailneaLDent I
t M prices are
'Sunday at 7:30: a. m. and first ,M4 Vmh ..d MMHiw U ta.. tk.M p..MOr A r'....
Sunday x>f month at 11;00; other Till ORDeR w ho '.Idl.bod f. lb. ulbble about price. iJMnl win to..M M the a1.Mt 'Ad"
:i ,.Lrtat.rprM. ., nom-t--d. nor- rt .... Cwl-km rinor M UM dmbr M-a
i holy days -at 10:00 a. m. Young Funeral\ Home ..... ,... ,-- -.. float wall : kl the south W July IWt ...1rII .is
Peoples' Service .League1. Sundaysat DATED. Mw IV A. B. 117t Buy BOW. *. lob tn tl July. I"'.
AMBULANCE I UATHERMAM chi Diwil this ink day ., II.,. tossK.
t4 HR .
p. m. <4 .... Cirealoft Ton n thank me for this .otgesUo I ..1'1 I.KATMH.aHANCtork ,
Lady Attendant I m. iwirr D>*MI '.J.rt *) anew months hence I I rf Cl: __ Cmmrli.
May It 11 clock ..
. ." -No ser. lfi. n. savor 0.4. Cosfy I As.W
.villa becaaa of baccalaureate Phone 564-R Homestead. Fia tAMIl a CARRlhkwasa.xl.rdpb .' II. A, Cameron I':"'''''' r. .,.. t MsR I'BUIT7. D e.

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part Twelve THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday May 28. 1937

kunv with tented conducted bjr
the Masonic eemiatory I ,
Broken, In health Mr. Adam retired ir 1 11111:1:
ROY WOODBURY from the mlatotry in 1913 and' Dd Monte Del Monte
calM ta Xedlind from Illinole to
try and regain it He became I' medium vacuum s}
TO GET DEGREES valued member ef tM Redland pack
District Ministerial Association and I II .
when hU health seemed to Improvehe Prunes
Garland Wynn son of Councilman acted aa assistant pastor of the Coffee
Md Mr. J. O. Wynn wiUreceive Princeton Methodist Churcfc.
an A. EL degree from the I Mr Adams,a graduate of Kan*** 21be s lb.
I State Normal and of Drurjr College: -
University 01 Miami Monday even-
Mix. practiced law Box.19c .
SRrtnffleM a
Inf Mr. Wynn majeced in history -' I M can
with hi:* I brother for a few yean
and this served I
year al assistant -'
before received Ills call to the
la the history department: He tolned the Missouri CASH SPECIALS .27c
Roy Woodbury gradual of I I conference ministry. of the Methodist Fpl- MAY & SATURDAY
Redbnd Hl&b School will get a a
copal Church In 1699 and later, In
S. He in
degree. majored IIotanydnd
II8Q'l. was graduated from the 8MI ,
served M a botany laboratory
assistant thla Jfear. I I Theological Seminary lietransferred I SUGAR Bulk 51s.
Robert Boyer. ton of Mr. and to the Illinois cooferton -. 25c
ol the Methodist Church and ,
Mn R. R Boyer who formerlylived I
held put rat.ol In various cities
In Homestead will get a diploma -

the tame from time.the school of law at::noli o He( that was for state au enactment of until the his baden.and retirement enforce in 1111- FLOUR Gold Medal, 20 lb. bag 95c

Mr. Wynn and Mr. Woodbury
i meat of prohibition.He
are member of PI Delta Sigma
Beta fraternity Gamma and Mr Boyer, of Phi I ale Parry It survived Adam,by and his a wife.ion, Mar-Min. IRISH POTATOES, Red Bliss 5 Ibs. I5c

via D.Adami,of Miami, and seven
Clarence Froacher of Homestead -
brothers and listen.
was voted t> be th*> most
at studious unlverttty.boy in the. freshman claw For results use Leader. MILK any brand, tall cans 3 for 2&C

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The Rev. Lewis G. Adams 68 ,
retired! Methodist minister who I E NNOMMINNUMMONOWFRESH
resided In Redland until a few
FREE- 1 cake Octagon -
week ago when he moved to Ml- MEAT DEPT
mU to be near specialists, died Toilet Soap with .
there Jut Friday Funeral services -
large package .Octa*
were conducted Monday at I VEGETABLES
H Miami funeral hem*by the Rev.Glenn .i gen Soap Fresh Dressed
C James, pastor of theWhile
Temple,assisted by the Rev. Chips 20c
General Local FryersCELERY.
Geo I. Deuet, the Rev. H. R. Large,crisp -
Can the Rev C. a Nelson the
Rev It Q Cowan and the Rev.A. Public Utilities .. lOe Sunbeam Hubbard 35c
A. KoeitUne, fellow memben
of Mr Adams In the Redlaod Dir Squash Wisconsin full
Homestead Phone 101-1\1 cream
trict Ministerial Auociatlon Crisp, I
Burial ww in.Woodl.wn maueo. LETTUCE 2IN .2% cans.25 Cheese

2 large heads 17c Fine for pie 25c

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LEMONSPerdoz..25c Far West
fA lrl'luLiMs' Fresh Prunes

Ib. .... 25c.
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3 for .' 27c Western Chuck

3 Ibs .. .. 14c : ROAST

F. L.SKILL Juice .. 22CBlackberries
,,Owner Sunburst Grapefruit.
11 N.Krome Ave. Phone 507P -J No. 2 cans BrisketNo.2can..15c

A N, T H EI\: O Q U A R T E R SI :3 for' .. 25c Beef Stew

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