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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
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System ID: UF00087294:00148
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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XXV-NO. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, KK1DAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1937 PRICE FIVE CENTS i



SUBSIDY SEEN Legion Each School to Give Room American in Redland Flag District For COUNCIL MEETS TONIGHT IN




AVOCADO DUTYALTERNATIVE Seventy-live large American-I t will i be asked to make the READINESS TO LAUNCH TAX

I flan made by WPA sewing proIj presentation M the white schoolsof
t worker out of materials paid{i Homevttad Colonel Alva Lee.

for by American Legion posts of retired army officer of Silver Palm, .
I Dade County will be presented to) asked to make the presentation atRedland CUTS IN BOND REFUND PLANStores

the school of the Redland District Farm Ute School", arranged

next Wednesday, Armistice Day instead to have Colonel C. C. --
eve through John O. galley Post, Culver, brother ot the founder of -
Sen. Andrews Consider American Legion of Homestead. the famous military academy of to Observe Inquiries to Clerk Show

Made At the same hour, 8.15 p. m.. that name, make the address. Wm.J. Armistice Day by Many Await Chanceto
Proposal by of the
Geronimo
similar presentation of flag will adjutant
Arrears
Noon Closing Here Pay
Redland Man Homestead Legion post will present '
be made in all other schools of -v
Dade County, i well made richly the flags to the Florida City '
Armistice
Danext Thursday.
colored flag ot tine quality for elementary' school and the Homestead HAYCOCK WORKS ON
CASE AS DESERVINGAS colored school will be observed by noon closingof
each classroom 10 that every all business places la Home TOWARD 100% PACT
IN DATE SUBSIDY and girl will have the emblem of In addition to the 75 flags to be stead. !. aeeerdance with aarkedale

America and Americanism constantly given for classrooms, the Homestead of kelUUy closing
and Redland white schools Holders of $714,500 Bonds
Florida' Solon Gets Informed before them. I adopted br the merchant at a '
ot will each be presented with a larger Signed to Monday
At the semi-monthly meeting meeting last January sponsored up
Problems
of
on John O. Salley Post held Wednesday flag for Use In the auditorium. by the Radioed District Chamber and More Since

South, Dade night, plant were made for the Several new members attendedthe ef Commerce.

presentation to school In the \ed-I Legion meeting Wednesday Ne procram hat been planned Inquiries at the office of R. E.

U. 0. Senator Chas O- Andrews land District Mayor Tom Harris night and Commandr George for the day bore Edwards, city clerk and tax collator -
at aa Informal luncheon In the of Homestead, who U a Legion Crawshaw appointed First Vice- Indicate that whenhe)

Green Lantern Restaurant here Commander Frank Schneider, bond refunding set-up hat been
Jan said be would Investigate John P. Neafjey and Lawrence MAY0RHARRISMUMMER
Friday established there will be no dearth
the merits and practicability SPORTSMANLIKEDRIVING Pope < membership committee to of property owners seizing the opportunity -
see that more ex-service men are
ef it government subsidy for Florida to pay back taxes at the
brought out to the next meeting
avocado growers, proposed byE SLATED big discounts set forth In the tax-
A. Ames, president of the Florida An entertainment and refreshment etean-up plan of the bond refunding
Avocado and Persian LimeGrowers committee consisting of Second TO RDIA MONDAYHomestead's contract.

r la the course. of the I IN DADE SCHOOLS Vice-Commander Adjutant OeroAlno W. II.and Sheffield W. K., That the time It not far oft It
luncheon conversation.California
Rheney was appointed to maim mayor, Tom Harris, evident! by the fact that the city
date grower got aI' : for "social hour" to follow ,council will hold an adjournedmeeting
plans e has been invited to make t five-
I' government' subsidy from the duty I "Sportsmanlike driving" Is the i the business session ot the meet- tonight in the expectation
minute talk on "What Harmony
on date Imported Into the United name of the automobile safety ot being able to take action on e
I States, Mr. Ames pointed out. anda I' course for which Thos J Elder ot ings. Means to the District", at the meeting bond refunding ordinance drawn
Fritz
The sergeant at arms,
of the Redland District Im-
similar subsidy for Florida avo. i Homestead High School and other Schroeder and Lawrence Pope Association scheduled up by Chicago>> validating attorneys.
code 00 Wfrf should be a possible physical education Instructors from provement City Attorney Ira C Haycock
I were appointed color bearers for
for In the Redland
Monday night
MterftaUvffe the equalising tariff schools all over the county are receiving .
who reported at the regular meeting
the of colon aitnr
the la massing
which congreti admitted Florida, tralning0In Miami thiaweeVumTefDr.'F'It. post dedication of the memorial Jm: S1 og1.u4i.1erlu t., George., J. of. the ttftiMft Monday night
Swan ; announced "
president
nttJl"BlUyuTnardowa'm*' ths Keffstngef.; ; yeeterday -
the hurricane dead at Mat4lumbe I that holders of 14,500 ol Home-
Ii t ,
policy Mat the reciprocal trade'educational consultant of the stead's $980,000 bonded Indebtedness -
Sunday, Nov. 14.
on
Ernest F Coe father of the Everglades -
agreement,.which keeps avocados American Automobile Associa had signed the refunding ton-
I front Cuba on the fret list, effects tion. National Park movement, tract said also that the ordinanceto
thr greatest good for the ..greatestnumber Teacher training for the auto Home Society to Give win talk and show lantern slidesof act the refunding plan in motion

< ." mobile driving course*began Monday Dinner for 60 Here,, wild life in the part area. was expected to arrive from
At the meeting Of the association -
Senator Andrews, accompaniedby at the county school administration held on Oct 25, the Redlandt the Chicago attorneys 'any day
Me eoretary; Roy Schroder, building Classroom work. A dinner for some fifty to sixty Cracker, first published fay Mr. More bonds have been signed up
was la Homestead to learn the Including talks by the nationally Invited representative citizens will, since the council meeting, and
Swan Ut 1135 but not issued at aU
needs and dettret ot hit constituents -,known Dr. Neftslnger and answers be given by the directors of the, last year, made Its reappearanceas Mr. Haycock it not relaxing hit
In this section. For more than by the teacher-pupils to questionsput southeastern (Miami) branch ol, the official organ of the R. D. efforts to get still more signatures,
hour before the luncheon he to them are broadcast over Home ol the la to
ta the Children' Society L A. It took the form of a four- as city anxious get as near
made the Homettesd postofflce Radio Station WKAT from I to 0 Florida at the Green Lantern Restaurant page newt-bulletin, entirely financed a 100 per cent agreement to the
,
corner hit headquarters and received each morning this week. The In Homestead Thursdaj by advertising. Mr. Swan bond refunding plan at may be
representative growers, classes start at I and end from 1 night to make this section acquainted >, announced that the second Dumber possible The bond refunding
packing !house men and civic leaden to 4 p. m. Every night except last with the work ot the! of Volume 1 of The Cracker contract calls for a 30-year extension -
who came from all parts of night there have been tilde and home and to express appreciationfor I would make Its appearance at the on the principal Indebtedness
South Dade to meet and talk with motion picture l lectures for the aid and co-operation that hat I meeting next Monday night at an average Interest rate
Mm on the problem of the district student-teachers to attend. been received here. of 1.' per cent Past due Interest

Text pamphlets which Mr. Bleier George L. Swan, Redland District coupons will be paid off at 39 tentson
: of Potato Men
Mr. Andrew said that he wee i and hit fellow students ot "sports member of the Miami home. Meeting; the dollar with money derived
working with Congressman J manlike driving ore studying In.! board of directors, who is arranging Set for Next Thursday from back taxes paid in on the
Mark Wilcox to have Homestead'i elude "How to Drive" "Sound the dinner and will act ai basis of the 1934 valuation and the
postofflce building placed on the' Driving Practices," "The Driver I toastmaster, announced that nc I The meeting! of the Dade County 1939 miliage (40)) less TS per cent
1531 construction\ list After the and Pedestrian funds will be solicited at the din-. Potato Growers Inc scheduledfor discount for the years 1124-29-30
luncheon he was token on a tour, "The Driver," ponslb1Utje.'I' ner. The purpose of the occatlo I I last night in the Goulds Growers 66 2'3 per cent discount for the

of the grove and tarn sections ol, sibility," "Training It entirely educational, he said, packing house at Goulds, was years 1931-32-33, and M per cent
the Redland District, which Included Mr. Bleier said that the aim of Talks will be made by Fred Barton postponed to next Thursday nightin discount! for the years I934-39-36.

a visit At the modern potato -, the course would be to teach cor- president of the Miami branch, an announcement issued yesterday The city attorney also reported
packing house of F C. Peters, rect, safe and sportsmanlike driving home and owner of Radio Station I by J M. Holferty president that he bad been officially notified

Inc., at Goulds, and s visit to the to boys and girls 16 years andover WQAM, nd by Carl Hoffman,, of tlie potato men's association. that the city's appeal from the .c.
home of Co!. Alva Lee vlce.pftleId In the high schools of the another member of the board who Interesting talks will be made most recent ouster suit had failed.
nt of the Florida Avocado and county before they had a chance is an active leader In the. work by authorities in the potato Industry Asked as w the status of Councilman f

Persian Lime Growers who sponsored. to learn Incorrect and unsports and business of importancewill Frank Webb, whose home it "

Senator Andrews' visit to manlike methods of driving. Park Drinking FountainPut be transacted, Mr. Holfertysaid. now outside the city; limits as a :
South Dade. Dr. Btsult of the ouster decisior. Mr I
Dade County it NeUsinger't
Back in Commission : Haycock said he preferred tn give
tenth call to conduct a training "
school the safe driving courseis Moon Leaves MondayTo a written opinion on that question
Pool to Be Open Only to Mr. Bleler The drinking fountain in the at the next meeting "
in the pioneer stage.
Ship Building Here
part plot adjoining the W. D.
On Saturday, SundayThe pointed out He said that Lane
Horne Co. store was put back in I
University at Chicago: however commission yesterday morning by R. O. Moon Homestead building To Our Friends in the :

municipal pool will be has already spent half a million water department worker at the contractor will leave Monday for Florida Keys IOn
opened only Saturday and Sunday dollars on a Jest field slid driving direction of Superintendent Go'- Ocala to oversee loading and shipping

until further notice the city council experiments with 13 to 16 can don Ivey. of the knocked down Camp Sunday, Nov. 14 at 11:30IB
decided Monday night after purchased for the purpose. Up-to-date fountain plumbing Roosevelt building that will be the arWrnoon there will be

Manager Ted Bleier reported that The place sportsmanlike driving In the native rock stand replacu, used to house NYA project equipment dedicated at Upper Uatecumbe 1
patronage had fallen oft due to will hove In the curriculum of the i the home-made stand pipe and I and a recreation center atHomestead' the monument to the memoryof

coOl weather '\lllti1 'the pool was high schools of the county will be valve of former years. colored school those civilians and war veterans -

operating at an actual loss. It decided this week at a meetingof grounds. I who perished in the hurricane '.
patronage fall off further the principals with Superintendent I The building, 20 by 120 feet. will of Labor Day 193S. "
pool nay be closed down altogether James T. Wilson and other school THE WEATHER be erected under Mr. Moon's supervision It Is desired particularly that
until the weather It more administrative head It it OftVkl mitto mart <* UK t all of the residents il the FlorIda
Eip.rhi.iit ....-. *:-.*."<. flo-M
favorable.Fire thought It will be made a full nine NYA projects here. It will Keys be present at 'his Impressive

,insurance to the amount of months course carrying graduation Date IMaa''Mia, Bar.) Kola house manual training and domestic ceremony I have the
13,000 will be taken out on the credits. Oct. It --J:i 71 'I|143 \130.001\ science equipment at well pleasure to Invite each and all

municipal library it was voted. Mr. Bleler said yesterday "1 Oct. M .-tn i i30.0'11\ as a recntttlo roem The only! of you to come on that day.
Application of Redland Motors thought I knew tomethlng about, Oct 31 ---1$31:11| | 1 cost ot the building to the Dade O A. SANDQU1ST t

\ Inc. for a permit to build a steel driving an automobile lately, but Nov. I -._-! 13 t5 ,,,3404 County school system will be that General Chairman
t reinforced wash rack aria used car during the lest four day I have Nov 2 '___ _I U I II 130.081| of moving the knocked down Key Memorial Dedi
shed adjoining the present garage learnedrat least bow much I paver, Nov 8 |I'S | 64. (3M21| material to Homestead and sponsoring cationof
w buttling was, granted. knew Nov 4 II 64 ISO 091' the project for erecting it i



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Pate Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, November 5, 1937,.


Lou Belle Grennell Wins this week and the) new.Scouts were Driggers Joins Staff SERMON"TopiS

Championship and Trip REDLAM1 RATTLER trained far their tenderfoot test. Of Thurman's Station --. --................................
-- The hostess this week. Margaret -
O. W. who operated FIRST BAPTIST ClIUltC1f.N" !
Drlggcrs
Miss; Lou Bell Orennell deughtti The results or the boxing UiiWsfHicVf served Ice CfWMU! TM
of Mr. and Mr. V. M. OreoneU, matches held but Friday night at, hostess next week will be Virginia a and service N. E.station First at street Flat_under avenue the T T Morning sen l
haw "been- judged champion bread the cernlvel were M foilewila "The Cleansing of the Lae4v
maker of the 4-H Club of Florid, the 90-pound clan the bout endedIn Khmer. name of O. W. Draggers Service This te the tint ef a series |
and the reward that Accompaniesthe a draw between the contestants About ten of us girl arrived nt I Station, this week became affiliated the great passages ia the wei1. .
honor Is a trip to Chicago to F. C. Stephens and Grover Rob- Captain Skill's home Friday nightIn with Red Thurman's Service phesy of Isaiah. Evening
nttend the National 4-H Club conference inson; in the 102-pound class costume. Different things represented Station, S. Krome avenue, after moss "Jesus ..IealUte 81 ,
were: Holland, circus, surrendering his lease at the request -
which begins there Nov. Adolph Lopez won fiwm A. T. -
27 Davis; 79-pound quarter dances of Egypt, negro and others. of the owner ot the Flagler PRESBYTERIAN CHt...
elnmt'e We went to Dora Scott's home In avenue property who will operatethe .
'Mlu Orennell In her eight bout ended In a draw
yean .. Nov. T teNl"
.
station for himself. Morning i '.
cl 4-H Club work has won three! between Richard Prothero and Redland.
Mr. Draggers "The Comfort of the !
trip to the short course at Tallahassee Kenneth Colt, and' Robert Jensen I When we arrived they rushed out Mr. Thurman and ,I
7
associated for eightyears At p. m. the young
and this year was awarded and Karl Greer. In the 70- and tried to scare us. We played were formerly
of another will present a play "The 11
In the
operation
one-year scholarship at the college pound bout the contestants were spelling with hands, and those:I' located station which I' liter's Annuity Fend"
but lack of dormitory apace blindfolded and the contests resulted winning were Mary Frances Rut, prominently '.:
district-wide popularity
there prevented her from attending In a draw between Tommy land and Athley Kemp. gained
She Is I member of the 4-H, Yates and Ulric Vihlen. and Ed We tried to put a stick througha i I under their management LEGAL NOTICES"

Alumnae Club of this county and Underwood and Earl Wysong. Fred doughnut and If we did our wish First voter: Donl you think It

IF.ider of the Homestead elementary -' Vlhlen was referee.CARNIVAL came true. Dora served hot would be a good thing If our legislators Tk. Cite o( BmimlMvln NOTICE nn,Ida,
llub. KVStJITS I chocolate candy and doughnuts were limited to one term?" Mdlwto a pBN1M ,.>' 14
Four other 4-H state champions, The amount of clear from would depend ?. for an audit .iMl ut -t ato
"It
profit Second voter
Later we went to the Redland audit to sugar a perkd at 10 slantss
winner in contests In drete review the various concessions at the carnival and had a good time. Mrs. 'dto' ther an where the tern was lnntnc Autiut l.t. IMS and!
feed .unbar SIM, HIT FiirthM ISIeon..eni.e
preparation record making carnival on Oct. 29 was $407.81. Skill took us all home. to be served."Pathfinder thl audit on M ,.let rove
md canning will attend the Chin I Miss Johnson made all 30 on the th. .ltr clerk. ?rricr al 9.aN.te.d.slan.d .
t.. <> conference. : I. I.. Billion, flnuramlttMP1.il
sale of library tags; Miss Murray of r, UlieFlorl.li of City .I
made 17. .nn nn .n>h...rv-. Mrs.. DAn.. .t.ad. IN..or
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Furniture Store Gets I leis $11.00 from her nigger babies
Electrolux DealershipThe show; and Mrs Furry, $8.75 from
her fish pond. Miss Delaney elementary -
4-H Club cleared $4.00;
II
dealership for Electrolux
refrigerators Mrs. Carter and MJis Kerfoot made Its 111 a t
taken
was this
over I
$1845; Mrs Russell and Mrs
\\'i>ck by the Homestead Furniture t
Fletcher mode
$1700 from the
Co and Mrs. James L. Bird
has I
sale of hot dogs and coffee; MissCast's
been retained as sole represents! ,
tUe to solicit sales. The territory penny throwing game 1; s r ql r // yffrc
brought $4.31; Mrs. Nettles andMiss
of the, dealership extends fromPerrino ,
Fisher made $9.20 from thelove
to Key WeiL lull
bug; Mrs. Polk and Miss
The Electrolux representationIn Delaney made $558 on sale of
Homestead has" changed three paper caps and noise makers; Mrs.
different times Mrs Bird said Rives and Mrs. Vihlen
made 47.
yesterday, "but this last transfer 58 the Old Roofs
definitely places the dealershipwith was on won popularity by Betty Blake.contest which Miss Repair or Replace
a responsible and established
Davis bingo
brought $21.15 Mr.
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local Electrolux firm." models are now on CaldvelTs and the tenth baby grade show play brought sponsored $8.00 fl e/CU! Bad leallJ & Seta < {'!

display at Homestead
Furniture by Mr. Trotter and directed by
Miss Payne 'brought $20.85. Mr. TP your roof need repairing: or replacing better
Co.Roy Snydef athletic .how netted $18.- I have it done before bad weather sets in. One
Martin InstalledAs 25. The P.-T. A: made $18.00 on leak can cause a lot of damage-frequently far

Future Farmer Head the cafeteria supper. Movies con- more than the cost of repairs.
ducted by the freshmen girls made Should a new roof be needed let us give
$7.00, the Boy Scout made $8 00, a free estimate on Carey Shingles or
Roy Martin was Installed

of the Homestead chapter president of Future Farmers, $845; and High.1 / Roll Roofing We carry wide variety,,eo

Future Farmers of America Wednesday School 4-H Club, 400. you can chooee the type best adapted' to compare APEX: :r; I
Backed .
by the adviser. Geo. N. needs. by 60 year of experience ,
Wakefleld, vocational agriculture Carey Roofs cost no more and With Electric Ittrlgvatar "
Any !
teacher of Homestead High School. GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy frequently less, than untested materials. 1..:
Edward Pacettl was Installed vice- Athley Kemp, Scribe That'g why we sell them.BROOKER and Trail huT u Apex! f '

president, J. B. Clonlnger treasurer '__M'
: Fred Fuchs, Jr. secretary; AU the Scouts are to meet at LUMBER CO.HOMESTEAD. Compart STYLING 1(
Tommy Moffett, reporter; Rufus Mrs. Skill's home at 1 o'clock Saturday TELEPHONE 62 FLA.TRUCKSMORE *You'll thrill at the ilfttacUre .
:
Sullu an watch dog;; and Theodore If they are going to the court modem beauty e/
Knowlei, Thomas Varnadoe and of awards. Apes Refrigerators Usquestionably -,
the
Leon Chambllss directors. Many of the older Scouts willet beautiful of all rWh, | most,
Last night Mr. Wakefield enter- badges and pint such as: :
tained the officers at a hamburger scholarship attendance stars, and Compare DSABILITT ,: I

fry at his home.Steffani second class badges. shelf give'.
tt -s t t -Its huge area
The older Scouts took signalling i I n you more usable storage

and Edwards --- --_.- space per cubic f<>Ol.__ ..,..,

To Attend Conference I I,I Compare FEATURES H|1 J I

H.I I *II provides everything you 1
County Agricultural Agent C. desire sad Deed W secure uf
Steffani and Assistant County'' TRUCKS most convenience sad .
'
Agent Lawrence Edwards will peadtble low
leave Sunday for Gainesville to 'i
attend the. annual conference of Compare PRICE J

Florida's county and home demonstration PRICED TO SELL *Apes Refrlferstors Iow4Conpue I'pric.d
agents to be held there sensationally
Nov S-U. sad you will bay aa Aft*.,
An address by Harry L. Brown,
assistant secretary of agriculture 1928 Ford 131" Truck; closed cab; 1936 Ford 157" Truck; closed $146.00 up

on conference.Nov. a will be a feature. of the SB DW (two) ...................... .$100.00 cab; SB DW (three) ............ 555.00 EASY TEEMS: <

1928 Ford Pickup ............. ...... 60.00 1931 Chevrolet Truck; closed

BROTHER DIES I' 1929 Ford 131" Open Cab Hat- cab; SB DW ......... .............. 125.00 Pioneer AppliancesNot

Mrs. Robert M. Simpson Is III' form ........................ ................ 65.00 1932 Chevrolet 131". Truck ( Incorporated)
Miami this week at the home of

bet brother Archie?. Murphy, 1931 Ford Pickup; new rubber 135.00 closed cab ................................ 100.00 BID L. KENDRICK. MGR.41

who afternoon died of very a heart suddenly attack.Friday 1931 Ford 15F Truck; dosed 1931 Chevrolet 157" Truck; 203 N. Krome Phone

cab; SB DW (two)................ 115.00 scat and platform ................ 350.00

1931 Ford 157" Truck; closed 1934 Dodge Truck 157"; closed Turner's! Funeral Home

y cab; sn DW .. ....... .. ............ 363.00 cab SB DW ............................ 29:>.00 tl-HE AMBULANCE: SERVICE

PALI 1935 Ford 131" Dump; closed 1932 CMC 131" Truck; closed Lady Attendant

Ri 'A 1I cab; DW ............................... W3.00 cab; SB DW .......................... 145.00 Phone B84-R Homestead Ha.fNATUROLGAS".

]E 1936 Ford 131" Truck; closed 1932 Reo 157" Truck; speed-

cab; exp. body; DW ............ 550.00: wagon; SB DW .............. ..... 195.00 '

These trucks have all been reconditioned and most of them have new rubber. ]
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SEE THEM-TRY THEM-BUY THEM '
lh ROPER RANGE '
Win stake YMT KHffcmI It.d"e a
TIRCIt, D. ITOH SI N. attend i Avftmin

GeneralPublic Redland Motors Inc. k

NEWT G. BALL ;

Utilities Authorized Ford Dealer Notary PublletlRE '
Ph.ne 21 INSURANCE AND f
Homestead Florida
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November 5,1937 THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare ThrM ,


'Stetson and Miami U. Pastor and Wife Win n week became of a tonsil opera So*,
BREAK IN HEALTH I
Play at Miami Tonight Honors at State MeetThe II. II. S. NOTES flirt The grade pupil are In sorry Miss to Z kson's Dorothy :10, '

CAUSES SACKETT .1 SacKett who has moved to
DeLand, Nov. 4-Cheered by
Rev. and Mr. W. J. Parker The Redtand bend played several Soaford. The tint graders an
I the strength of a powerful line, returned Tuesday from Lakeland numbers: In assembly Wednesday delighted over the two large soft
TO QUIT AS VICAR I Stetson's Hatters pointed this where they attended the annual morning, end Principal Carl Wagner -' ball which haw been given to
week for Friday nights critical
assembly of the Florida District\ of :Redland gave a short lass.Pierre them. Both girl and boys are
football teat against University' of of the Nazarene Church. Mr. McXtar.M, president of tile enjoying the bU ,ame..
tinder his physician's orders to Miami at Miami. Parker was reappointed pastor of rotor class, presented Mid Mary "
take an indefinite vacation from his Coaches Cowell and Freemanwill the Homestead Church, and Mrs. EliMbeth Hanson with the prtM Elementary 4-H dub i
duties as vicar of St John's Epic take the DeLand squad to I Br Fay BUner
Parker elected contest of the
was state president for the popularity
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copal Church, the Rev. Milton B. I .t -
Miami Thursday. They are hope of the Woman' Foreign Missionary I Homestead achool carnival. Mr.
Sackett, accompanied by his family ful of upsetting advance notices Society.Mr. Wagner into duced Mile Betty At the meeting this week Mrs.
ten Tuesday for his former and turning back the vigorous offensive Parker was elected one of Blake who won the Radland pop-I Carlson was the Otlteder from
home In Sanford. of the Hurricanes to retrieve the two elders on the district advisory ulauty contest I Miami. WaneU Shepherd and ray I
When Mr. Sackett came to when Miami Sinner to have at
test year's loss \ board as wU as secretaryof Mn. Becker1 tenth trade wet ere a program
Homestead last January he had Stetson I the next meetl&.. Mrs. Carlson
won Iti first victory from the district court of appeal comes Msttto Callahan to the I
w been Inactive as a minister for on the gridiron.BIGGEST. During the assembly Mr. Parker elMS gave out the 4-H emblems. The
several years since moving to served on the advisory board I I 4-H girls of the first year have to
Florida from New York on ac- nominating committee examination Kn. Bleler-i tenth grads lit- fix a slip, and the second year
<-<.unt of his health. At that time CIRCUSFEATURES board committee on orders e.nlurc claw It making up a movie, girls have to make aprons. j
he felt sufficiently recovered to and relations and committee on version of Enoch Arden. I The girls had to make out membership -
resume his ministerial career and 'INDIA' education. Mrs. Parker had The fourth fifth and sixth slips.

believed that the climate of the charge of a missionary rally last grades have organized diamond I I The girls played a game called "
southern tip of Florida would help Sunday afternoon.The bull team guess who and the ;irls read t
,
him to regain his health completely Homestead Sunday school Mrs. Blrd'a fifth grade clan tea 1 pc>>ma. t
Mighty Hint line Bros and Barnaul
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won the state,offering banner, and started practicing for a minstrelshow. '
He threw his talents and energy Bailey Present Hosts ef Now the local missionary society and I I WANT ADS PAY ;
Internationally Famed Features,
wholeheartedly Into church and Junior society received certificates. Mrs. Webb's class is glad that I ,.
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civic work, however, and overtaxed ,Following Enactment of Most Opulent The southern tone, of which Mr. Shirley Smith la able to be In
) his strength. His Immediate and la Artistic Opening Spectacle Parker la secretary, won the attendance achool again after being absent '
retirement from active duty was I History._ banner. because of Illness. MUSICfor 1
ordered to stave off a complete The :Kev. Ceo K. Deuel filled Miss Dorsey's fourth grade is 11
physical and nervous breakdown. !' The Singling\ Bros and Barnum Mr. Parker's pulpit last Sunday. sorry to lose Ruth Sackett who has all occasions :
His congregation Is deeply grieved St Bailey combined circus, known gone to Sanford. The pupils in
and he wIn be greatly missed by :the world over as The Greatest largest big top with moving color, geography have completed their ORCHESTRAS AND TRIOS I !
the civic organizations In which he Show on Earth, making its 1137 flashing gems, costly habiliments, Florida booklets and art making a 1
was becoming an active leader tour with a seven-rlng-snd-stage gorgeous robes and headdresses study of homes la foreign coun 1 Teacher *f Banjo Mandolin and ; /I
At St. John's Church Sunday program of which It Is unusually Collar
rare fabrics, ornate floats, dazzling tries. I I I
there will be morning prayer conducted proud and featuring a new and banners In a panorama of The third; grade pupils are very A....... I .
by a lay reader at 11 1 dazzling Introductory spectacle, ineffable beauty. It surpasses all proud of the new gold fish bowl,' s I
JOE ASTORIA
o'clock. India, will positively exhibit In previous spectacles: in every ret with two gold fish that has been ,
MiamI Monday; and Tuesday, Nov. The sick list C/O TBS LI"Da..aNTn'.I" ;
spc 4n cost, in color, in splendor placed in the room.
Dr II. H. Waller Will 8 and 9.With,2000. and In immensity. in Miss Rays room this week Includes -I f !
I Preach Here Sunday people and animals TM mlf''t/ combined clr.us: J. B. Morton Johnnie Nellie
participating in its brilliant pageantry will arrive on four ].n'.. trains of Keitt, Wesley Kelly, and Charles .I
India fills the world's 100 double length, steel railroad .
Stephens.The
Dr. H. H. Waller, pastor of the I
l First Methodist Church of Coral ears, carrying 1600 people, BO pup in Mrs. Edwards', I It4
Gables, will be the guest preacherat and celebration are nearly com- elephant, 1009 menagerie animals: room are sorry that Oscar Cruse
the Sunday evening services of plete. ard 700 horses, Attv. bus had to be out of school this f

s the Homestead Methodist Church.
At the morning worship hour, A ti
the pastor will deliver an Armistice -
Day sermon on "The Dream i
Of a Warless World." Special In.vttaffonSTurarjxtended i
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to all ex-

service men to attend the service.It ,
will be followed by holy com- ANNOUNCEMENTThe "
I munion.

The senior choir will formally
open the 1837-33 season with
I special musical numbers at the
morning services of the church.In I :
addition to the old members Homestead Furniture Co. J OWN

of the choir, some new voices will
be heard this trason. Irving J. r f
Lyon has been re-elected choirmaster Exclusive Dealer ft

and Mrs.. J. D. Redd, Is to t
be pianist.

Stetson Slates Nov. 13

As Homecoming Date ELECTROLUXREFRIGERATORS


Deland, Nov. 4-Stetson University -
Is preparing to entertain Its

largest homecoming crowd Nov. Come la today and let

13. us show you the new 1
Plans for two days of reunion
Norg Range adapted g
renal nucvrr rortt or TRI lira for using ktthJ f<...
DAD'iI"to CIRCUIT. iv LORIDA.IN AND ro Mrs. James L Bird has been appointed as sole Now JOB can enjoy

IN'RANCEI"TRill MATTTR Of Tint ADOPTION representative to sell Electrolux Refrigerators Norge luxury and cook

OF INFANT HUDSON. PETITION FDA ing convenience no mat

MOT "o rNrRTITKN" POI ADOPTION tec when you livei
NOT1CH to Mob. given that the .nd.r.
Iciml will M the I7ik day of N" ,ib.r. Choose exactly the rang
A. D 1MT, >l 111:00 o'clock A. M also.
ppllraliM to ass o< the jratar* oT th' Circuit that suits you best from
Coast of Uw Eleventh JwllrW Circuit
l> and for Dad C that u order lit ...do uthorhliw "hauptlM sizes! models and
colon
kr UMI tot tot'..... Ia,.., Hud.on ,
w tiMlr d.arhar and kHrat-law. offered by Norg Seethe
EDWARD NIMNICHT

W. Jfl.HELEN. AUOTMT N1MNU.HThmH fur P.l,,li iwn. Ntrgi before low injl
lOa is, NM S, IS, II, H) Fertilizers Seeds Insecticidesfor i

IN THI CIRCUIT COURT or TIll
KLBVCNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OrFINAL I
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OA08 COON I Aar
"Y. IN CRUIan.DITREB MOo .1771.A. I wga,4r

IN Ml APPLICATION OF SARAH
mCCCA MRNDSICK: TO KBOOMS A Fall Crops
,a"l OKALEK.: I
",.. MIIW wain M 5. W board spas I
sopiketlan .e the ....-. SARAH I
k BM>CAkmto. RZNDRICH. for a tl..l denv
>>4 W Cant below MtkrfMIk .t I

pttHkMM. w.WMtty anwe I* tab>M sail item MlUtcMkM propertyv W ,M4HIM and W:":the j' We have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Landreth's -

Inm swlw It cranr fw*.t, N .. I
ass. Duce foals AXI, DECREED Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and

LlitI. UK .......... IA RAil KCBIO.CA .1
BEKDEICK.Tint kKMhHr7 sad .... k. ........ Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure NORGEGAS
th..19w ... ... ...... r a ,

< ,sad( mot k) wMM tarakr kM MlkOTtori mill. to to..Uk.rtarm M*.. I to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. RANGE
tntt sad W WMfMtad with. M w4k
sod, sad to klU k....lf I..R ass
(MM M hlhr' M U S.tk This am..0.5 has flask .pas
> ...._a asst giving a Oak a.tkm 4..res therm_ sea bp.ttl.iiew Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

fur leer III woo-wive w..ka Ie Redland Appliance
saw s..q.pw p.Wl..... Ie Dodo Cs.rt I Alanufactifrert Redland Brand Fertilizers
,, some .t .....
r thismesa i
.WlnUMi In MANGANESE DISTRIBUTORS
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DON AND OROIRKO I. Cba-i-s.
,::4 ask lIMa *lf .< r. mrr. A. Dv. IMT.R. FHONS: It HUNK & =1JE. Men IfOMEbTCAO. rUL
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e Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, November S> 1937THELtpERENTERPRISl 1


TAXDRR IN CINCIIH roiwr or T.; I IN Tug cortf, CLCVKNTBJUDICIAL I M apMat l tat BIU *t l
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Noun or APPLICATION M-ivMITrl JUDICIAL tHMltfrLOKioA. 41' 'AJ! DADE COtrktT.FLOIIDA. Saint la MM MUM M Am
HIM. ACM .f ma ,
IK CRAFTER
I II I nut IMLD* coin I tlk dar of December A,
IN AII-
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rile N*. ....... IN rHAJWtiHT'BOBHHT IH fHAKClITCM : IMT oMMrvbt UM allmtknu of .M;
Published Fridays at nom KOTICr II HKMKIT lIVCH that Ana TT D. PRIOR Plelntiff. VV V*. IMMCBEITLAR wM be talaa M ....._ krfMdank. taiIi
Dee.slate. ........ Mfl'aMl Pad Oou.y UWR U ntlXB IVf.....lntIHBB M. MM!, PbilttrH w. WAVTEk .
Miami FU.. br the South Dad burned.
i Tn OrUflMM Ma opt ( ran NBI.K.ATION Z. HOOT Dtf.oAi.i- It b farther ordered that this orate
rublbhlnt C*. I the 1.. dar af Awl, A. D ,.,. loft rued TO avail ai FlUKIt tot Youth Fry BILL FOR CtVORCB paMlakd. HIM a week for four ro
MB bi. av attic*, Bad hall mutt spell.Wtbn Stwt VaMoM wok la Homestead IaadMEAt.rp ,
for a tat .dead la a* trued tIIt_. fa* an Iwnkr = tit Pedalled. 011 H appearing kr affidavit appended to NMMwd. In ..... County t
BEN ARCHER: ._ __._ CdlteHARJORK rid Ocrtmcatcc lathes IK* Wtowtot oc Iwlan UM pill day of D..OTki>r. 4. P. the kill MM ,In the ...... Mated MUM that enpapw a r
In the Oatal af Dad, Walter K. HUM. UM Defendant ikmlnaaaml ;/
described n1.pes1e mitar i. MrallM In Uw
' LEACH ARCHER Nate d rb.Ida,JaTS'H .test... "to-. ntkwvlM race Uw .lta..tlnn* wntalMd h a m.it.....""' .. of the Peat of nil tack OctaMT IMtB. .
Associate Edit, sy, .1 N4h NRM:- la tk* Mil of aumiUlM filed. ,In rid Florida, sad kb ratklm to aakaawl to I S. LEATHERN. !
tUa I. TwMhl M Pent M wIll b< Mkm M MnfMMd bjr r"-.. plaintiff. thai thm |i no Parma In the Clerk at Urcult a:
BaaL coatalaUw. II ACM aw aft kw, 'This MW anlrr t* kt auWtahW. MM a *..t for SteP ol florid, riw service of ......... (Circuit Court ffcahM
Eatrnd second Clans nulMatter la Ik* CMMIP *, DUo. cur al rtjrM *MT avamxtln wok In the HomntMilL urn about, MM bed rack Defendant M twin. Dewy i
ai *. .. serried la c.oo;'bal. M*. I >trr*Rut*nirfcoWITNUU ... that h. U owe the an of tmnty-ont Ox Can, IvIlclbM* lor Vlalnltft' Starn. l ;
March .. It 11. at the MI t aunt Tb.mmest d Hid Sectary I i MT HAND and.fftel l nestle ..**... It k Uwcfora ordered UM MM a/las. ,
eI&e at Ilomealcad Florida, vide leader the told CanlXMta Weal EM.WH Mla ,,11".1. Lade Countr rtortda this 14 4w' mil-widest Defendant k* seed k> fa ar*. 'Oet..tli; .... I. II. I'
W. Luc '
ties MM of P IMT ift
tilt xt et March I. M79. af IVH4 BMtHM. I. TMracM of Qctoktr A. D. & H LA11'IJlIIIAIf.I' : I --- -
It lentil ..... M tact, _tol.ltt. I Clerk Limit Court'
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I.ss. M tilt County
lit Airs store or
.Ua PRICK It.M, A YEAR ot Dad. ..... at fhirlda. M.MnbraccdM Circuit Owrt SnlByi M>IWIFT, Depuy OcrttrVt No IMI, Tk mail I ( >. I, II. U. M. Doc I. iNOTICE
plant af Mid nmwrM under the Mid
crllflcau/ wad w. la foe MM of I TOMATO SEED

Possibly the only teacher In th Unis.s II.U..rI.said. Maws c.\Deeper"....... .hall be ndnn.W I NOTICE PEID.: C""IIII"17.0' APPLICATION ACTS FOR OF "U 1951

country with keen aerate q'humor .awrdaa so 'r.I Ow Property d..rll..d Pile A IMt
thane will k. x w Hi* klikM bidder I 18 hI .REST QIVEN that Via
fa the one that addressed his cU .I UM Contributing taut M .UM fleet Plus- bolder of Sate aalOovatr
N Couiwolmia
thus: "Clau, I am diimiiilng jroi' day !. tlw _do o, _..... lullvhlrk era Tu onlfwaui Mo. IIM and ttinlawd
k Ik* Mk day .! DMMikM. IMT Amount. A. D. 111kM ,
tk In) ta
ten minute ttrly Please (o quietIjr Dowd. this slit d-r W Nownkw. INfB filed* la ffl.... Bad Iwa Pads
Maw air
to ai" not to awaken the othclatMt Cork. IL LRATHKHMAN oClrailt. OmitClrctttt I I applUwtkw' BaM for a Certificates tee dead to OBknw M ..*.tlw.
Dade Carry. FI..Iot. following described fmtntf la Uw COVBt ,
Gael teal .. Fl.rW, trunk: '"
State N
of Pa r
By N. C ITTftlirrT. D. 0No Build".
A new oxygen mask to protec ( II U. II) Plat Tract Seek d, bird 7. p.Read.. l'I: W: I
mental workers from fatigue hai. I Township 14 ........ Haan W East ,
containing tl Airs mar or hw. lo that the average cost per acre for tomato seed is'
been mmitod. To give, UJ one NOTICE: OP ApriirATioM FOR TAX the county aa r1orlds.r .
of thou would be on a par wiltprewtitinr VKPDk.rlnl'IIT I embraced ofl-c.I ;:'fltN PlotThe
less than one-half dollar the smallest item of
.
( ArlcrtlMJ File \II. A.U" : aaMHitwal of MM property under ex.
an Eiklmo with an NOTICE WKRKBt OIVM that Hearst the laid Oartlffcal* bawd WM in the aame
steel III tan. The mind If the on I. gkippard hairier of ante aad Cass HT > 61 i. M. Hoom '
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.. CaMlfkau No stla bawd the Ita Tract 4 a. BIN Road fan*. Iluhdi pense in your crop Yet it means so much in your
thing that we use ipnringlyE. day of Amount. A. D MM. ku filed Mate ,.. Plat Book T. pan 10. In Sew I'
la mr ttffln*, and kM Mad apitllMlhf for I tlMi M. Township' 14 limits. Bun 40 the
net it to best. seeds
returns
a t*. dead to be turned tlMrcoa BaldCVrMftMtt Feet. consulates IK Acm more, ofICM -:- pays buy Buy
Graham Is Elected I severance Ik* fo o sing dm- I 1 III the Caantr of Dad. Mate ofM
Bribed la the Gamy '"< Dada Plaelds. mkracad. .Hi Cwtlfkat No. with that count
n.n.Y.ll.A. President Sat. JO.r., towktNdahofsw4dNW4 I 4491.TLe. a reputation .
Ul ., assessment of laid ........., under
.art** (, Towaakl M .....th. Raaa the aid Oo.tI'Ioa' leaned sea I. the apse
4. Aut MWUIalu 10 Aim,, mar or .
of -
t: J Graham of the Presbyterian 1_. hi the County af t toIo. estate atMarlda I UnlcM, Mid Certificates shall w ml niitd .
Chui i, was elected chairman of UM pnnwn ikwlkc -
TIlt Assessment 01 told property u.lot ] therein I.U1Io": said to Uw hllrh.t bUdral
the I 11<'IllIId District Young People the MM ....l..ct* b..i.d less In the laaauf III* Court_ door oa the tint Molt GranthamSeed .,
!Union at meeting of new : UakaowaITnl (ay In Uw month of Dcawikcr. \917. wklckb .
...c Mid ....lfl..tt> shall r* rcdMlli.d th* sib day of Damlwr IMTDaWd '
datlecttes of the various churches,. awordlnt to law tk. aiaWilj aWarfwd this ITth dar of Ortoktr. IMTE -.- \
Sund.iy evening la Tint Bup- Ui.r.1. will k> add: t* Ik* n **lt kkMrIt B LEATHERN: !:
the Court house dour "n the first Hun Clark of Chunk Court .
tint (urrh I of 1f0m teac1 The dar abe month ul Dwmikir. IMT. which. Dade OMMJI PI..rUa Store r.:
other officers elected 'anal h lid Ilk day of December. IMTDated Circuit Cmrt BM|
this ttth day of Octakcr I..,. By M 0 8TIRRETT D. C.Nat. .
chairman Method vice-I E. II. LBArMRSMAN.Cork ( I. U. It M. 1MT PHONE K: \
the First Church ol C 40-k Ojurt,
Caaay, Morfcla South Flailer Avenue Homestead FU.Ntftlimg .
Home toad: secretory and Cfrcull Court RestDade
er, M.'H Betty Blake ol \ Inullr-j II r M. C. TtRRRTT D CKov : READ THE WANT ADS f. '
( I, 11. II, lo spans)
by\trl'Q I Church r cr .1.1i f,

man. OoUh Kufeldt of the Redland ..- ---

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chairman, Ml 1at Richards; and program -
convmtte*. Mite men Vannof !iced BEds i
the Baptist Chufth, Mn Ku*j jteldl !! I i i "

ot the Midland Community
Church l and Miss Mary MeNelll Should Receive Careful Fertilization '

the *,.AI Methodist Churon.U 0'1 I ,'

ww deeded that' cabinet Vigorous healthy plants In the seed-bed is the
I i iI
meet i says will be held the first Sun. r 1

day ..I i very month at 4 30 In the:I first step to a successful crop. I
Baptist Church and that the reli-
I II
flout meetings wilt be held when I Investigate? NACO and NACO 6 STAR-SPECIAL :
then ,e II fifth Sunday:! In the

month J fertilizers for tomatoes and all
crops.
Tommy Moffttt Who wit elected .

Itf'll i late for the Baptist Church

to fill a vacancy drew and explained i .LEARN WHY WE URGE YOU TO

a .cartoon on cooperation ..
Frun" Irwin presided In UM absence I COMPARE RESULTS WITH ;t-- .> wnaea, r .

,?I the prulA-nt Others on

the program were Mtoi! Myrtle I taco Fertilizers I ,:.
Moon and Miss Ellen vtnnDurUn ,

the religious service the 1..

Settle' B Y. P. U. gave a programon NITRATE AGENCIES COMPANY .

tern work and Miss Lucille,
CARL P. WARNER, Agent
Wait lIve a reading The new

offlteu were Introduced by Miss' North FUrler Art. Phone (3 Homestead Like it !

Christine tuahea.I ,ft.
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There's nothing like owning a home of your

own! Designed and built according to your e

To My Friends and Patrons'.ar | own needs and Ideas. Paid for according to


i s ,1 your income- like rent under the FHA.


I am no long the Amoco Service | j' Well be glad to advise you about materials and

financing, Drop in and talk over plans.Or .
1 your
or the
Station on Sou th Flagler A\'e., as the owner I call us today.


e =i property has d ecided to operate it for himself. I I I


am now affili,ited with Red Thurman's Service Iith
'
W.D.HorneCo.

Station on Soi Krome Ave., and will take 1


pleasure serI ving you there with the. same cour- & 11 N. Krome Frank A n. I. Skill Owner Phone 507-J


fesyandefficiiThanking ncy! as in the past. Imforyourformerpatronngc. r




.0 ycyours ] I m' 1 HARRY'S WELDING SHOP


for servi ce in the future. iS3 PRINCETON FlA.

Portable Electric and Aretylett WeWof n Cylinder Blocks

CrUodet Oerf AlumlKiWi Coatings Md Bolkra.Aalontotlve .

actto BrpUrlBf-CaUrlnf U caracti In main

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I FLORIDA lando to Tiett. tor a few days wtttMa $Iga MIN. eia. MId Tuesday it 1/
CITY parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S.Forsyth the Itader Memorial Church In
andAround : -..--....................... ,, ... while wtttNl to becd Little Rlvw.Miw. I
In
Mayor M. SilVerman hM been to the Feasible. air beef
seriously 111 sine l last Thursday, to enter the mvilMr "..else.l M. D. Ingram returned
and on Tuesday he wu taken to I Monday from a Munmer vacation aY
Homestead the Alton Road hospital *. Lucy Mote of Decimals. IB., pent la Cleveland and Detroit .
arrived Wednesday nwnhit to
Mr. aid tin. Edward Stillng spend the waster wW her on-4n. Sam Romeo of Highland N. YH
returned Tuesday from a one- law end daughter, Mr. and Mil returned Tuesday for the farming
mcnth vacation in Detroit W. H. StMtfleU.AttlUo f teiion. ;y
Mfi H P. McDaniel la recover. Mr. and Mrs. Vane Harris on Sil- -
Ing from an operation for acute ver Palm drive and Mr. and Mn Tommy Whitehead Joined the Meuanotte who moved Mr. and Mr*. Lester Schoentelr
appendicitis performed at the H Collier.Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drei- navy two week ago and ii now' into the Silverman cottage oa of Cleveland arrived on Monday
F Post Graduate hospital Saturday. ka went fishing Thursday with stationed it Norfolk. Vi. South Broadway Tuesday expect tor a vMI with Mrs. Schoenfsld't .
Mr. Harris and mother-in-law, :;; his family to Join him upon their; aunt, ) ". Hannah Grinnell
Miss Valera Fitch left Sunday Mn. Delia Lockhont, en the Mow Mrs. Ann Geronlmo of Valhal. arrival from lUIy. jl
i for Bell Glade where she will ry Street canal in celebration of la, N. Y.. accompanied by Miss' Sam OordUlo of Yonkers, N. Y. I
teach i sixth grade clas Mn, Lockhont' birthday annl- Leila Lewis, Miss Marie Barony Mr. and Mn. George Harden arrived No dl1. He is occupying ii
.
..n.l')'. and Miss OttUie Remllnger spent and baby moved Monday from the Uutclieior cottage on Avenue
T. B. Grantham underwent an one-week vacation at Miami the Sllverman cottage on S. Broadway B. '
f operation it Jackson Memorial, Herbert Farmer of Gould and Beach and were Sunday and to the home of T.l. Mead. M ,
hospital Tuesday In Miami. .Vernon Turner of Homestead who Tuesday guests at the home of Mr. Thirteenth street The Florida City P..T. A. will
attending Stetson University and Mn. W W. Severy. meet Monday afternooo at the 'I
Mr. and M,.. H. H. Burbank who j.re spent the week-end it their hones. Vincent Pungl of Boston arrived :clor hall at iM I'I Ii
have been spending the summerIn i Dr. and Mrs. Guy O. Brewsterof recently for the winter season. i Latle."Aid: ;
La Grange, 111. returned Fridayto Mrs. Nora C. Main and her Avon Park were guests of Dr. The of the Community -
I and I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lawrence Church held Its( November -
spend the season In their winter two sons, Martin and Billy, left Mrs W. Vercoe over the '
have arrived from New York to meeting Wednesday it the \
tome on Halnlin drive. week-end.
.t Thursday for their home in Baltimore
open a crate supply store In the old home of Mr*.J. F. Doxice who was
) Mrs. W. M. Hunter of Orange- here with after Mr pending. Maine'a few days E. M Foster returned Saturday Cormaclt building on Palm avenue. assisted by Mn. Edward: Bishop"I
*
,
parents
burg S. C., arrived last week to from the Post Graduate hospital. Recognition was given F. C. Kenn
Mr. Mn. Geo. W.
and Turner, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Wolf of
spend the winter with her daughter. His condition Is reported to be I for his assistance at the fish supper t ,
Mrs. Tracy dinners. Mr. and Mr*. J. Lawrence Scott slightly Improved.Mr. Roanoke Va., arrived Friday sponsored by the society last e '
occupying the
They in
Brllban'j week, Mr O. Clonlnger was welcomed -
.tf Dr. and Mn. A. M. Logan went entertained over the weeki-end and Mrs, Chester Hunter of house went of Florida a* a new member. Other R
.\L to IJartweH Ga., Tuesday Mr. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. South Miami and their son Bunny
night present were: Mrs. M. L. Kennedy ,
John B. Scott and his aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Irene Comb and 8. :
i fqj' a short vacation. were week-end guest it the home 11'1 I MM J. F Rohrer, Mrs J..Dobbln. i
A. Phillips, all of Charlotte, N. C., Of Mi*. J. K. Scott. Varner were Sunday guests it !
B. Clinton
M Mn. CM ,
*, Mr. ln,4 Mn. S. J. Lynch have who are spending the winter in home of Dr and Mrs S.S. Shields t :
g : Jim Mrs. R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. It F :
moved Into oat of Miss Frances MlamU Mr. and Mr Danello left
: Mrs. James Dobbin Mn Clinton Mn. H. I
Potter Mrs. Lucy
Tuesday for their
: home In Fulton
# on Redland road I
,,moorcottages,/ drive. Another of Col and Mn. 1C D. Abells of NY., after a two-week visit with R. J. Shepherd, Mrs. R W. Mul- M. Brown, Mn Joseph Rusted, i
: : !Una, Mrs John Rohrer and Mrs Mrs r C. Henn, Mrs R. W. Mulllns -
,,{3Mis. Lev.Is' houses Is now'ocebpled Chicago were callers Tuesday at air Danello'i father y
L Forsyth attended the leml-an- Mrs J W. Miller Mrs. R. E I
b; Mrnd Mn. J. T. Corbett. the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Armstrong. Col Abells Is the Wm Forsyth arrived from Or-'rival meeting of Home and For- Scott.TOMORROWLAST .

.;,f,; }i. J. Moye: S-I/m:: Sullivan, head of the Morgan Park Military t
Gins Sike nd FrankJI1"-tttt Academy and of the Morgan Park i
all of Bornesville Oa. were recentVI.ltors : Junior College in Chicago. DAY
at the home of Mr. and I --
Mrs. A. S. Moy Three office of the Florida
.
>lr. and Mrs.: J. I. Penny o.I' f luncheon Federation of Women's at Clubs were
guests Royal Palm Sears Demonstration of
rt ins announce the birth of pat Lodge recently when they came
-pound daughter on Nov. 4 it down to inspect improvements in
'. n.., Post Graduate hospital She the kitchen. In the party were
I has been named Jacqueline. Mn. T. V. Moore of Miami, Chairman Held at 10:30 A. U,

j 4' ')fr. and MM: : ; :- .Forts had of the park committee? Mn 2 and 4 P. M, Stars 2nd KDOK KWICK 4
I as Sunday guests Mr. Forte's allr Johnson H. Pace of Miami, tnat-
ter, Mrs. Wm. Smith of DeLand; ureri and Mn. J. Ralston Wells of floor at elevator.
Dayton Beach, first sectional vice- t 1
his niece, Mrs. Dan Clifton of Daytona -I
Beach; and his. nephew, president
County Commissioner Henry Drlg-! I :
r Mr. and Mrrk;; StUUnan returned Prices
gers of Fbrt Lauderdale. Saturday from a two-week Greatly Reduced

Miss Loll Walker, who I I. trip tovRahwsy, N. t.I During Demonstration c
I student at Stetson University In -
Nand, arrived today to spend I Miss Lola Roberts of Miami spent
thT ,week-end here with her parents Sunday with her parents, Mr and I
I I the Rev. and Mr*. C N Wnl- Mn. Dan Roberts, on Coconut I 5.69 Trailer Owners! f
' lest Palm driveMrs. .
::4' First I sites Ideal
ire for trail
r Mr. and Mr*. Maurice McEIroy Wm M Brodie Is reported I Prices reduced onall of
f Me, taking place complete
t and E. r. Miller and his daughter 14 be improving In health M the sizes I this wee k'
i f Mrs Kino, HI of Waupun \Vl .. springs in Safety Harbor when,I I only! set of cook ....111..
left Wednesday after "visiting at the she ha been taking the treatment S
home'If Mr. and Mr. A J Dreska, I for the past two or three week I
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- 95.00 Value Table Top


of 'a BOTTLED GAS RANGEThis

hy 0 .00 10.

( Range Being Used in Pressure Cooker Demonstrations) j jA



i ...Ib. tank of bottled (ss {
will be given FREE: to each f )

.purchaser" this rsaie or a }

higher priced one, during the
pressure cooker demonstration. -

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WHIM CAMV ftOOFINOSAM
MAPI

79.50 -

CAREY Roofing and Shingles ire made In'

r. &'" Individual roofing plant! (a the Terms a* low is $1 down, bal. a L=;in t

:World. Huge production effects large savings anc monthly. Small carrying t1 rri.. tt+ a"

(( .:*. and.....' these are '***.4 along In the form of extra charge. ..

;. I.quallt". That i, why we can offer you greater e Automatic even heal control

\ yaluei for roofing dollar.
: your e All porcelala Four burgerslaxsateek
""At
1% We can prove it by our samples! and price even+.i drawn

White or Ivory black trim i
1 BROOKERLUMBERCOMPANYTELErilQMC

, Additional features of this 95.00 range Include extrathickKockwool

tt HOMESTEAD FLA. insulation Improved Robertshaw "Thermal-Eye" oven heat control,

double durable construction. Buy tomorrow and get 60-lb.( tank of gas. .

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STOVES. BEAKS.. MCOND FLOOR

Biscayne m\.. ) Store hours:
ROOFINGS SHINGLES Uth to 14th SEARS, ROEBUCK AND Ca Dally Saturday a30 to S3: *
Street
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I Social Events in South Dade 1





H BRIDAL SHOWER AND TEA ARE GIVEN I I, MBS. TTREE!: TO ADDRESS SENIORS OF HOMESTEAD HIGH SCHOOL
EEDLAND P.-T. A. NOT. 12
FOR MISS FRANCES DORSEY AT BEAM HOME j Mrs. Alyce Tyree, supervisor of I ARE GIVEN PARTY BY GRADE MOTHERS

home economics the Dade County -
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Mrs Joseph H. Adams Miss Her MIL E. L Lawrence Mrs. I high school, will speak to the Mrt. C. J. Parman and M.... tl. man, Miss Esther Pope, Miss Mar-

bl ibis William and Mien Lot Tom Vann Mr W. E. Lewis, J.// Redland P.-T. A. next Friday P. McDaniel, grade mothers of the Jorle Redd, Mir Mostly Sever,
Nov. 12, "The Relationof
evening on
B.,,'im were hostel*** at an Inter- C. T. Harper. Mr*. Dexter senior clue of Homestead High Miss Alta Webster, John Walton
.'tln, bridal shower and tea for' Mrs..Gordon Ivy, Mrs. S. A King, a Cafeteria to"Our School and School, gave the clan wiener Eugene Scherr Marvin Prltchard,
Mis-- France Done at the homeof Mr A. D. Smith Mr W., F. Beam, Our Community. Pupils in the roast and hamburger fry Monday Jack Gatlin, Robert Gauzens, Carl
Miss Beam Monday afternoon Mrs. Russell Home, Mrs. Alvin Redland sawing classes will model evening .t the Parman home and Deden, Charles Little John
it 4 clock.\ Mia Dorsey is towed Campbell, Mr*. Homer J: Davis, the clothes they hive made this at the lame time celebrated the Whlchard and Randolph Cave.
Bowling O. Dye on November Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr., Mrs. Pete year.A. birthday anniversary of Pierre Mc-
ll a Perkins Mrs. W. Y. Bush, Mr P. section of the auditorium will Daniel, Jr., a member of the clasa HOMESTEAD P.-T. A.
Little Connie Campbell and Joy J Franklin, Mr*. S. S. Beam, Mr*. be reserved for the parent and Mrs. McDaniel had undergone an POSTPONES MEETING
FVtci1..... alike In orchid Augustus Wynn Mr. W. J:. Mor- teachers of each ,grade, and at- emergency operation Saturday. but The Homestead P.-T.
flowered taffeta frocks, received rU of Miami, Mill EJlnor Payne tendance awards will be made. she wished the party to be given A. meet.
Ing scheduled for this
th>. guest and assisted Miss DorseyIn Miss Elizabeth Home, Misses Miss Mary Eleanor William will as planned, and her place as a evening was
postponed for
probably two weeks
opening her gifts. Alice and Grace Hobson and Mini entertain the small children who hostess was taken by Mrs. J. H. because
of the Illness and departureof
come with their parent by telling -
Wollam. Webster.
assisted
Marguerite
by
The hostesses were
the Rev. Milton B. Sackett
who
IL J. Gifts were received from Mr*. them stories In the music
Mrs Claude CampbeJMn. Pierre was presented with a gift was to bave talked on "Families
Davis and Mrs. W. F. Beam. Landon Carney, Mrs. Robert Darting ,j room and serving them with punch from the class, and there were two That Play Together Stay Together" -
Present beside those named Mrs. Adrian Jacobs, Mrs. Ed-,|and cookies. birthday cakes In his honor. and to have conducted an
J. R. Mr Albert ward Brooker, Jr., Mrs. Orin The executive committee win open
were: Mrs. Dorsey, Mrs. Margaret Majrtard assisted forum afterward.
Hinman, Mr, A. J. Smith, Mr*. Burley Dendy, Mrs meet Monday afternoon. In directing games.Others I
Mr*. Wm. Musselwhlto. O. A. West, Mrs. C. J. Parman, Mi*
Campbell'j I present were: Mrs. Ruth MISS DORSEY AssisTS
BUDDY HORNS HAS
O. L. Murray, Mr*. W. T. McCon-
Brooker Jr., Mr* Wm. Scott
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONMrs. and ion, Bruce Miss Margaret AT SILVER: WEDDING TEA
Mr nell and Miss Gleula Dendy.
Harden ,
Mr Hunter ,
Russell Horn gave a Berger Miss Wilella Bullard! Miss Frances Dorsey assisted
children' party Saturday afternoon -, Miss Nina Pearl Bush, Miss Iva In the reception room and the dinIng
LIBRARIAN TALKS ON OPPORTUNITIESFOR in honor of the sixth anniversary Dyad, Miss Elizabeth Rickard, room at a tea, given Sundayby

I VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR WOMEN of her IOn. Buddy. Miss Dorothy Home, Miss Harriet Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Keen at
After the group had teen a Kllclc Miss Mary ElIzabeth Kyle, their home In Miami In celebration
matinee a birthday supper of Miss Frances Lott, Miss Cecelia of their silver wedding, anniversary.
M.... TH.: C.llaher sookc onMrs. Lucy Clinton, Mr*. Potter, sandwiches lello. cake and cocoa Harper, Milt Nellie Mae Martin, About six hundred were
"Vocational Opportunities fo r Mrs. Alberta Bule, Mr*. Reed, Mrs. was served at the Home home In Miss Ellen Vann, Miss Phyllis Par present ,
Women In Our Own Community"at J, A. McCready, Mrs. Flora Compton Porvenlr. The birthday cake

a postponed meeting of the BustWomen's Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. MollleWlngate i was large and yellow,-and It had
ness and Professional Mr*.. Wm. Dunlop and I a pumpkin face and chocolate and
Club Monday evening and stressedVie Mr*. Butler. candle decorations.Ten .
THE
need of vocational training. She, guest wen present. DIXIE DRUG
told of course available In von PISTOL CLUB MEMBERS

rational training school and mentioned DINNER GUESTS HERE "The Blue Bog," a three-act Homestead, Florida
In particular the hotel service Mr. and Mrs.Joe M. Scarboroughof play the Areme Club had plannedto
training school In Miami I Homestead had as dinner guestson present on Nov. 12 will be given -
which opened this year. It is the Saturday Oct 23, Mr. Scar on Dec. 10, according to plan
only one In the United State, she borough's fellow member of the made by the club yesterday.
tuid, and instruction In it I* tree to Palmetto Pistol Club. "'" .. NOWGOING'
anyone over fourteen years of ago Present were: Dr. and Mrs J:. J.
who has been a resident of the Mahorry of Miami Mr. and Mrs. The CalendarNov. <

state, one year and of the count fl. Earwald Mr. and Mrs. Clement

ii\ .month Mr Gallaher also Theed, Mr and Mrs. Jack Styles S Meeting of Woman'sAuxiliary
g:. i ,i. report on the national survi ON
and their son and daughter, Tim of St John' Episcopal
\national possibilities. Mrs and Helene, and Miss Rewlne Church at 3 o'clock at home of
Cnllaher. who la librarian of t Stubbs, all of Coconut Grove, and Mr*. J. S. Horton.
Homestead High School, took her Mr. and Mn. Sid L. Kendrick and Nov. S Meeting. of HomesteadB.
vocational training in Columbia I Miss Margaret Murphy of Home P. W. C.
University stead. Nov. S Redland P.-T. A. exec- MEDICINES WEDNESDAY ONLY

Mrs. Harold Keith Foulk tangTla utive committee meeting. 11.00 pack of so Funtctl Capsule
Morning" and Mrs. W. B !NINTH GRADE ROOM Nov. I Meeting of Monday CmpuM with tic alas
Mills played a piano solo. The, HAS WIENER: BOAST Music Club at home of Mn. Bevo Halibut Llrer Oil 2 for II:!!

program was presented by Mn The Webb at 3:30 o'clock.
grade mothers of E. B.I Almond Coco
490 plat six Miami Oil
C H. Rice, education chairman. Blackburn' room, Mrs. Albert Nov. S Meeting of Redland
Present were: Mr*. C. W. McFwen. Meybem and Mrs. Wm. McMlchael.assiited District Improvement Association Petrofol 2 for 500125c
t Soap
: Mrs. C. H. Stiffen, Mrs. J. by Mrs. Chas Martin gave In Redland School auditorium ot 2 9 C
'
t J:. Gauzens. Mr*. C. L. Ooley Mrs the clans a wiener roast Friday T:30: p. m. list RauU White Pint. tad O cake for

Flora D. Myers, Mrs Chas. Clinton, evening at the home of Mrs. Mey Nov. 8 Homestead P.-T. A. Tar Cough Syrup 2 for 260
? Mr*. Rice, Mrs. J. M. Dobbin, Mrs bem a* a reward for helping to get executive committee meeting at My f Mb to a MMMMTm
Wm. Bradley, Mrs. W. H. Sheffield the room a 100% P.-T. A. membership. 8:30.: 4 fe pack at 100 PimlntAspirin tMf MK* IMMTHURSDAY

.and Misses Lucille and. InesPevis. were enjoyed. Indoor during game the and evening dancing Woman'i Nov. B Club.- Business meeting of Tablets 2 fir SOc|

and hot chocolate and a salad Nov. 10 Genera meeting of 0 I Li GOODS ONLY
GARDEN CLUB RESUMESITS course were served. W. M. U. at First Baptist Church. MH BM*
REGULAR MEETINGSThe Present were: Mq. and Mr Nov. 11 Community supperat Pick of 200 KtMie

smallest as well a* the Blackburn, Mia. Katherine Or- Redland Church. Facial Tissues 2 for 21c A Me value
largest flower to be found were fanedes, Miss Betty Jane Meybem, Nov. 11 Social Medtbrd Linen FinishStationery

described Monday afternoon by Mill Doris Warr, Milt Rose Peterson American Legion and Legion Aux.I/
Mrs. Hubert Potter at the South Mime Connie Hunter Jay :Mary at Legion hall at 8 p. m. F.der 2fr51c

Dade Garden Club' opening meeting Newton, Harry Martin, Elbert 'Nov. 12 Meeting of Redland 48 ft '
held at the home of Mrs. Annie West, Jack McMichael. Sheridan P.-T. A; at I p. m. I UX Otrdmt Envelope 2 Av
Butlrr The smallest, said Mr. Miller, Warren Knight Frank I.I.Nov.. 12 Baptist chicken nipper 60 Large Sheet WO
51
Potter. I is the WoUfia. lees than Topplno and the hostess. I In Sunday school building Face Cream 2 tar

a pin head in size which is to be pall rut M. cn (r I wb to ,l. ir
found floating In shady spots of JENNINGS' REinriNKEL JR. t.aMaia.t Inn
stagnant pool The largest, the HAS BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Hand Lotion 2 for 5Qc

Mid I* the Amorphophallus, which Mr\ J. A. Rehwlnkel gave a .
has blossom eight feet In diameter. birthday party Friday afternoon for till EVERYDAY NEEDS SATURDAY ONLY

Mr*, R. J. Shepherd, the president her ton Jennings, Jr., who wu a la Quality Lines
opened the meeting by readIng celebrating his third anniversary. jteautiful, Convenient
Tooth 2 or26e|
a prayer and a poem, "October After game had been played on W* ftlrv: Brush <
h In the North". Later, she told of a the lawn, a birthday cake and Ice :3e peck of tinlaidRoadma 10 in 1Make-up
visit to the root garden of Radio cream were served. [lie vine
The favors gen ** BaoJacw OgPM. -
City this slimmer.Mr were horn and Halloween lollyPOP ttmmtAnmt ,Wa.UlMe Compact fJ9C
*. W. D. Bishop gave a report *. EUGENE Permanent .
IllIn.
pat M*
on wild flower*, and Mrs. Jas. M. The children present were! Jen. io pE11f. Kw| LltMtld, sltMan,
Dobbin read a' Mrs Ceo. : liquid Was 2 fir 51.!
poem. Wings .
Jr. and Reba Rehwlnkel
i
C. Reed closed the meeting with Jane -.1ucMta cw.e. ..-!..... as EH sv PMKO Ey* 8hW
a of reading Parman Nadine Ruehle, Virginia tl S t..-.,...-: Regular Ci'e t "b *s e MM
group ArV
ff* I
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9jmUM
Catherine
I Raymond and tine,. .. ,. bM a lam
tSt kM <
w gh,
Eighteen were present: Mrs. N Wesley Keller, Pete Hester and ... Hot Water Bottle 2 $1:!!i
.: O. Ball, Mrs. Bishop Mrs. Dobbin, Jackie Polk. ....... ...... I for

M.... Harry D. Wolfe, Mr*. Ceo. E. Other guest were; Mr.*. C. J. t s'ing.A .... Lvglae'i.cteees
Deuel. Mr*. D. S. Rawlins, M r&Shetzllne Parman, Mrs Ceo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. far: Lee I .* '... yam t Redeem This JtexaH Coupon Worth 49e

David Mr Jos. Gay, Jack Polk and Mr*. Pete Hester.TNATURJH kite she _-. ids MId I.. Ctl, this. Iran .MW tut brine M t. M*
e'" '- f ..... I..U One *!... ferine Uita 0... Cot ..!.. i
i 'I Cat I tab. aC Amen Milk.,11.TGOdI I
1 '. Faso for!*... 4H Naar.l "4
Edward Stiung GAS"] h ...<_. an..ut.
I fli'
Real Estate i!! I Bush's Barber Shop I a frame ,- -,... ......

II WILL MAT ton itooM oa I AUnT ..
General Insurance
I rm wictxr AT LOW 0"1 & Parlor { iII.
FLORIDA Cmr. FLA. I | Beauty II.- s.se ad----.41r414..a -.,r --w4.er -ea--

Cor. Palm Arean4 AT*. B il nacrL ft. LYON. U K. EMM ..... KUt law re-. Oyenter

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fd November S, THE LEADER Page Seven


r I The Redland Circle met M UM

home ot Mn. D. R. Snyder- and ah*:


'L Social Events ] ,doughnuts xi gave the the Bible devotional and study Russian and Home tea conduct made wen:1 1 CLASSIf' ADS I ; ; .



I served I BATE: I'freJ.naertfpn 10 50* ai a.Urw Mnc tubaequettt insertions i


MRS. J. LAWRENCE SCOTT I __.. --

'REGION AND AUXILIARY WILL HAVE I ENTERTAINS DORCAS CLASS I FOIl RENT I FOR BALK: Compost In any

Mn. A. D. Smith, Mn a.o.i i ,' amount. Shipped in by E. H. Wfl- '

SOCIAL MEETING ON ARMISTICE DAY Prick, Mra. Jesse Qoaaroan and I I FOR RENT 100 acre glade land son of Hastings Storage lot at

-- Mrs. T. T. Bowen were appointedas mint be. rented. in one piece, TO Modello. H. S. Hlninbotham,

A social evening for the mem- the pre.ldenMI'I.. Harold Sheffield an enlistment committee for the I acres suitable for potatoes, balance I agent Box MJ Homestead

of the John G. Saltey Post of'the I will forward such gifts to Donald Class by the president, Mrs I torratoea. Rent 110 per (pel I)

} American Legion-and the Lepton the hospital. Mrs Frank Schneider E. L. Lawrence, at the meeting held;1 I Mft. Cameron, Homestead
Auxiliary was planned fore I presided In the absence of be at the borne of Mrs. J. Lawrence Phone 7* nJ-29) FOR SALE House 4 apart- .

evening of Armistice Day bye ,president Scott. Mrs. Scott: led the de-I I meats, (02 South Krome avenue. 5

auxiliary members at a covered -I The next covered dish luncheon votional and Mrs. Julia Polk, FOR RENT Apartment and Has good Imitation tile roof. Of- i I

dish luncheon meeting Wednesday meeting, it was decided, will be teacher of the cam, conducted a I I flail room. Mr Compton. ill tend at an attractive price. See
Bible quiz. Mn. H. Collier won N. W. 4th St. (pnil) I{ me for details. Cameron. Phone ;i
; at the home of Mrs. W. E held at the home of Mrs Wm. J. I .I1 1\
I 71, Homestead : /
the prim in a contest The hostess
heney.It Oeaonimo In Florida City on Nov. I
served hot tea and gingerbread. FOR RENT Modern 4-room
announced that donations 17.
was : FINE COUNTRY HOME, 3 acres,
f playing cards, Jigsaw puzzles Those present were: Mrs Frank apt. Mrs Peter Johnson, 307 modern house, 7 rooms; large

books or games will be appreciatedby Rue, Mrs Geo. W. Turner, Jr., METHODIST GROUP I I I W. 12th St. (olD If) front and back porches, t-car

the patients In the veterans' Mrs Geronimo Mrs. Schneider and IUS SUPPER MEETINGThe I'FOR RENT Furnished apartment garage and servants' quarters. !

ipltal at St. Petersburg and that I Mrs. Rheney. Workers' Council of the Water lights and bath. 1 Rare tropical shrubbery. This r

Sunday school of the First Methodist I I Prefer man and wife. NO children :,1 Is a show place MMO.M Some

DOTTIE HOBSON HAS H. Nolan Mr. and Mrs Close Mir Church of Homestead had a or dogs. S. H. Fitch Kings I terms Cameron, Homestead,

BIRTHDAY PARTY 'Jitter: Home Miss Leola Little covered dish supper meeting In Highway Bait (ots tt) Phone 78. ,.
Little Dottie Hobson celebrateder Misses Antoinette and Helen MoyMlM <<. the education building! Monday I !

fifth birthday Saturday after. Nella Sauls, Miss Sybil Chec evening. Mrs CUntoti Pepper I FOR RENT Several hundri I ri-VE LAND .. J

noon at a party given by her lure. Miss Ruth Tower, Miss MarvBiudlio gave two readings. acres land suitable for all truck I 9 A. West Mowry $W per acre I
I
mother Mri R. C. Hobson of Eureca Miss Betty Richards Thoae present were: the Rev crop for rent at f 10.00 per acre, 10 A. Epmore!: Drive $50 per acre

at the home of her grandparents I Us Helen Bradley Mm Mina and Mrs. J. J. Richards, Mr. and : halt cash, balance from crop 1 10 A. Coconut Palm J55 per acre I

Mr. and Mrs. R. L Hob. &<>tl>. Miss Marjjorle Moser, Miss Mrs. J. E. Close, Mr. and Mrs JAson 7.50 per hundred acres Part' 30 A. ::011-17.31 119 per acre

son Lucille West, dIM Elizabeth Mc- Avery and daughter, Dorothy 1 has never been cropped and n, 149 A. North Krome Ave. $10 per

Halloween decorations wen Ilwain, Mist Martha, Edwina Mrs. S. E. Livingston, M",. J. A I therefore Ideal for tomatoes On acre. Cameron, phone 7J,

'used, and the birthday cake off and Mary Jo Clone Kermit Gibbs McNeill, Mrs. Eerie!: Paeettl, Mn, Bird Road (paved road) near : Homestead. j
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whit and orange had white Icing, Elton Sauls and Sparkman Hold>> Casper WlUiama, Mrs. Dun Happy Farms Dairy. Only ten .

orange! candles ,aod pumpkin orgnanients. ing. h lauis, Mrs. S. J. Davis, Mra. J. B.I, miles from business section of rnp16 IJ n.-a riseit..

tee cream and orange Davis, Mrs. Pepper Mn. Edward Miami. Call at Happy Farms rus trees ana tropical fruit ia

i and black suckers also were scry. W. M. V CIRCLES PLAN Miss Frances Dabney Miss Bettyl 1 Dairy or write E. P. Frlpp I season. Jungle drove, Redland t
''ed. Field Miss Coral Gables Fla. road and Plummer dilve.R .
FOR CHURCH SUPPER I Richards Miss Helen "
"1 Outdoor games were played durIng Nella Sauls, Misses Antlonette andl I 1
Plans for a chicken supper on FOR RENT 10 acres scarified L RED FRYERS Live or archaic
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I the afternoon. Nov. 12 for adult members of Helen Moye Miss Marybelle Gibbs Effiel) land. SI) an aen. J. L. Huron,I eeL Free delivery In city. Plion I
En- 1
Those present were: Joyce the firstBaptist Church of Homestead I Miss Esther Livingston, Miss aI3tf 535-M. McEwen Poultry Plant
Naranja. ( )
I nis, Carl Joyce Hobson Bruce EllI were made by each of the tooth, Miss Ruth Tower, Miss I II -

I nix, Jr. and Stanley Hobaon. 4 1, five W. M. U. circles at meetings Mary Bradley Miss Jennie JolBurton FOR' SALEFOR I lIISCEI..LANEOUSI

I held this week. The chicken supper dell, Misses Martha and Mary |

MRS VANE HARMS suggestion came from the dea- I Hose, L. A. Young, J. L. ,i 1 PIANO TUNING ends tooalrtnf. i
HOSTESS TO AUXILIARY I IMra. committee and E. S. Capllnger. SALE Good mules, cheap. Good used piano for a*:. cheap !
and finance members -
COOl I Oeo W. Smith Homestead. pn26,
w. E. Koon. lit N. W. lid St.
Vane Harris entertainedthe
who met at the home of the I .
Presbyterian Auxiliary yesterday Rev and Mrs. C. N. Walker Friday FOR SALE ENTIRE FLOCK WANTED

afternoon. Mrs. J. M. Hoi- evening. (SOD) spring hatched pullets, I .._

forty conducted the Bible study. Circle One met at the home otMn. I GOVTHEATRE I :28c lb. N. H. Reds, White Leg WANTED Sewing of all kinds .

Announcement was made of a .Pck Morgan Wednesday.Mrs. horns. Young, tender. Excellent Save this ad. Mrs. J. J. Corbett, l

district tneetlnf In West Palm Chas. Martin conducted the, 1 layers. Nesbltt N. Krome. (npS) first house north of Avocado -;J;

Beach Tuesday and those who study of a chapter of the million I COCONUT GROVE drive on Redland road. (pn6) ;

plan to go were asked to notify book, "Saved to Serve," and 1 It Matinee Saturday and Suday FOR SALE ft-burncr E-Z-cst-
'MI'I. I Way oil stove with thermometer WANTED Listings of houses i
L L. Nelson. decided that the circle will Its to I B, n.Shews I .
Present were: Mrs. S. M. Holfer. was hold special meeting at the homeof 7 and p. m-| A..... tit Virgil D. Lyon, 82 N. Kroma and apartments for rent Henry
ty Mrs. A. A. Payne Mrs. K K. a Ave. (n5) Behrtns & Ben). W. Morris, N.
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Mrs. Martin on Nov. 25 to finish
Clarke Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, Mrs. Sun through Wed Nov M Krome: ave., north of 10-cent j
the .
Mrs. L. A. Wise
the book. FOR SALE 33 Ford truck IVi
I (4. (sl.U)
D P. Blake, Mrs. A. F Darling, store; phone
leader, presided during the business AWRACLE Or MUStCAl&EUGHTThun. ton stake duals, good condition. -
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Mrs. Paul Haley, Mrs J. R. Hick- session. The next meeting. I $250. Dr. Cooper, Homestead, R. ,

son Mrs Jos. N. Gay, Mrs. L. J.lit was decided, will be held at the a On Talbott Rd. 14 ml N. of Home l

Pace, Mrs. R. E. Trotter, MI'I'I; home of Mrs. Frank,. Irwin an Silver Palm. (ot tf) Buy a

H. a Wolfe, Mrs. E. L. Nelson, : Dec. t. The hostess served pump- Buy Grove Land i iI
Mrs R. Y. Burr Mrs. Delia Lock-
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LEGAL NOTICES I
kin pie. :
LandIt
hunt Mrs A. F. Arthur and I' Buy Glade
Circle Two met at the home
a visitor Mrs. A. J. Dreska I Of// 1 i r uotr ot Uwto. state, of Florid.M .. I
Mrs Lee Fread Wednesday ; ,::; I h my firm belief that high

I noon. Mrs. T. E. Kirby leader of! ; ', ",r WU of BF<4 NW, oft er prices are Imminent t tj.

HIM. IL W. ASIIBY GIVES the circle, appointed Mn Bert "}. ,., .9fH Rahn TUtlon II East SI: nnn/alnloin Townahl9Knuth. Don't qnlblile about price. ,

BENEFIT: BINGO PARTY J I Andrews and Mrs E. L. Lawrenn. Air,,. inner or .... I. the Count dI.1 j. Don't wait \
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I of FWde.I
,, Mrs. Anna Moon won first pr to serve as a social committee and I ll'>*. >'aam, it ef ands Cur uow.You'll .
at a bingo party given for the F I Mrs. Paul Yanrty, Mrs W. D. "" :.i ,1 I-.Ttlfk. u board 41'-' nos" thank ma for this saR- .

and T.'Club at the home of Home and Mrs. Annie Butler to r t'nknewa.Vol... wM nrtlrlrate shall .. redeem" r .Uon a few months benoe I
n. W; A.4.by Tuesday tverlij I' committeethe -p.rMtUi law Hit prnMTUr described
Nr:1t' : serve al an enlistment ., Frl.. Ner. 11, U: th.rrln: will ..1 MM a IK* hteMt border atem II. A. Cameron ;
The*eon I prize was worf by hostess served Jcllo and PETER LORRE I'"url hours, door nm MM tint Monday
Margaret Davis, and the U1..i'I 'peaches with cookies ,m lh> month of DMxnlwr, IM1. wblck (U I
t' prize, by Miss Dorothy Athby. Rosamond' the In the h"tn DwMihnr INID and that the .""-. r
Mrs. W. L. gave THINK FAST AIL MOTO" M Ulli lllk day at o.w1m.. of use eats of Xlorkta. .
Other. present were; Mm devotional-and spoke on "Thanks B. II LRATHRRMAN dew, 01 new ""' ....._ at* to MX "i"blalnant
Armistice Day Matinee starting mikaewn. that Ihwo no f->' aIn i
Clerk *< Circuit Court
Blanche O apman, Mrs. X. S. Cap- giving and Missions" at the meetIng Va" Cw.tJt. PlerwaThous the state d norm. ...1o.er.kr "< '
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linger, Mrs. Lloyd Field, Mrs C. of Circle Three Tuesday afternoon p. Cant "'LBr momma. upon when Would H"* ." '<

i f, A. Fox Mrs. E. J. Pacctti Muu at the home of Mrs. J. R. Saturday, New. is N.(Oct.0. S1'ERRRTT'I'. U. II ; )0.I...C.II the rMmunta and twnti-aiM and that MM F-0110.MmttnU H b th, .. '-'ronbnd ,
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Drf.mli.
Esther Done, Misses Mary ana Pope. Mrs. C. H. Rice the leader CHARLES 8TARRETTIn that uM ldinl .
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NOTICI Or APPLICATION FOR TAX .. and shay ai. h.r-*, ...1. o ipw 1
Anna Moon. Miss Mary Ballari. presided during the business DEED to UM: Kill of Complaint filed Howard Thompson, J. P. Brooks session. Mrs. S. A. King was appointed "TWO GUN LAW" I Charter ITIIT, Art .( IMS Hit. N*. Md.NOTICR MUM, M W Mart Mundat. Use 9th 4*' *
II HERESY: GlVItHII.t. R. 110.-_. A. l>. lea,. .....rwW pas ot1.-,
Oscar Clonlogcr and Fred Chap social chairman. Mrs somw I P B.ifM<). .holds. at seam sad Grants. .._ of ..(d Mil will k. taken n. ,<..
man. S. L. West conducted a study or Tn Otrttflnta' No coal Iao.... Uw let day r rof teal t* raw fWindanU. ,
Aulwt. A. D. I"j. Innw It b URhOT Mibrnt tint Mih ate lac
the last chapter of the boob LEGAL NOTICES I oTfln, mid KM wadc application for a I vklbhtd can > weave fi.n tone miw ,01.. ..,
JUNIOR CLUB HEARS tae dead to M issued Char n. told. (tor.tlttou win In The iMKfar-BnWrprlM. '
"Stewardship.
--- I MnkrMM Uw fnlwwlM, .....- Popp rabISahed. to .aw C.awr and ritr ,
HALLOWEEN DANCE REPORTThe The hostess assisted by her IN TUB COUNTY JIHH.K1; COURT IV frofm in the' Gouty i4 Itadi sense al This *'*- "' ,111.

Halloween ".nee.t the daughters Misses Esther and Ruth, IN AND PHOHATK.li FOR DADB. CUUNTT. FLOHIUA.I j Florida Lot. r. wlti Hlock d, rut of BI.........-.-. 1 ?.Clark II LrATnUIIf't.<: rinnll ( ..o-t

Homestead Country Club sponsored Hived sandwiches, fruit cake and Mr, ESTATE or BERTHA L EDWARD of Midway" I ...>.. Plat Book I. tea (Clmlt Coup llwli .
W the Junior Woman's Club punch. *, P.fM.ld. J..S. I* UM Cwutr, of UwK lute '"fI _Hr M fcwirr. Deputy A.-
orange NOTU TO CHROITOM I llorhU.j .. Rollrtur fM Plaintiff
of Homestead netted $8200 according Circle Four met with Mrs Harry T. AH Creditors ..d All Pmm Having j: UM Munoiit *f MM ttruftttf insider' (o.t a. 291 M.... I I' 1.11
Claims: to a report made at the Hell and Mrs. Hall and Mrs. J. M. Yen. and each 01 yva. are ........ BOtlM -,art Uah....... VM NOTICE or ArP2.SCATION rOI& (41 a
business: meeting Monday night tor U- were hostesses add raniilrad to crane ur 01--: I NMH MM wiUrlnM bell W ..........1 f OF-ED 1
Thirty-eight dollars of this amount Mrs I. T. Nixon conducted the and demand. which' rn. or tkkor : Mrordlm tn .... Uw pm>rt> dMrllMdtlwnln File N. mlt
/ nv have nlM the MUM oC llama R.Kdwtnta will be Mid to the kklluM. bidder W.rtfc b Iwfrtw gives flood Hr"rTirfc / 1
came from door receipt' $11.00 devotional. Mrs. Julia Polk gavea de-mined, lam of Harass Omtj .t the court How dour .. th. time haw *. ."..*. M .. W CH of M ....,
from sale of favors and and, New Ycrk. to UM H I 0M
13.00 from the Fund
talk on "Margaret : County J..drt of Dade Cranur at kb of.llttlMStkdv .< D >railMr. IfIT.I dub day of I.... A. U. IDS !>.. fUrl .. .1
donations: Stewardship," Mrs A. D. Smith flea. !. the County CourthouM In DtttCountr I! Dared thin ISIk 4u MnNW, INT.C. CanNbaa III Mr .ttfcvK. and ban rrpileatfoa
'social Plorhta, within ...ht shad. r B. LBATHI.RHAN for tax alas m tane the..1
hostesses for the
,TIle "The Ten Commandment 4
talked on month, from the d.U W to less ndilluo.tlw ., Clerk of ClMlM Owrt. ', niceness" with ..... New Castile..
mating on Nov. 19 will be Mnt of Success"; Mrs Piche told konof. V.id olalm M doiwiidi abe u.. Canlv PWNda.Clrall cab,.. tbo fdhwIe" dveabed ....,.rth f
Robert Glenn, Jin and Mrs. Richard swim to and Presented M afomaM.r ., c..rt Rel.Br 1./tant.d 51.4. Catnap Florida, is-.de
"New to Burma" and
a Message I.t
MBM will W kanod. I N. c. ITERIlU'I'. a C.Oat. Let RIt'h to hp.ae tMVro,
: KJnard.WtZNER M,... T. C. Shacktetord spoke on Oat>i|.Ocuter II. A. n IMt I, ( (4. U. It, N" siIM tun swh .. 4S. I. 11M tar r
.. "llow Christ Changes Life In D. H WIU.MMS.A Yowl Oa .tr at 0.., aid& (
ABelllarp Sntar at the UM Win Tells CIRCUIT rollBT EirVRNTIJjit'KiAL
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Mx enO'A "U Burma". The last two topics mad Testament .f CIRCUIT nab. coUNtr. I' The commonest at oW secowap ii,*r
ROAST concerned the all'kultural.choolla BERTHA" EDWARDS FLORIDA. IN rHAMCItRY. the ate tortekate based was .to 1611, oonwd
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Dee.wd. Cow II. 1441* Unknown.f1s
The choir of the First Methodist Burma conducted by the Northern OoL IS; Ho S, It W).I R. B KOZFLLC.: rialatlff <.. MOLLIK said (Corsi.... shelf be e.d..w..d .
Church of Hometaead had a wiener Baptist convention. The head of M. WIL80N ou,.. at ate IMaadanla.rout musedlne Ie ow. as dad will taw
NOTICB OP APPLICATION FOR TAX TAX LIENS ahaa.ne so lots dry atwo.. A.ON .
least at the home of Ur. and Mrs. the school, the Rev. Breyton C. UKICU It appear(,. kf arfMwtt avMidrJ to
J. 1. Close after choir practice Friday Cue, visited the Redland District Cheap IU" Arm W IMI. PHa A-I4II. the kill lllrd la UM lio n atokM sae that 11.Md lllia lots star ttI arks,. A. IXtill.
NOTICE: m HEREBY; GIVEN that O..M I Mollie K. WI o. and If _.. kw .
evening. Later the group last summer and"later had trees anh.ll. kohtar af woe and Oraitf Tal''k- WKd, Gmm P. Elllrtl. ate tf .* $.., I II LBATHrlMAN.Clrrk .
kw wif. Beak of Bar BWmriM. a -s.ee.rise nl Clmll 9".j.
went Redland
to the carnival.
sent from here to Burma. Refreshments
aiwaat.. 1:1: rwida ..K. amdlMto I.... s ".... Omr n._
Those present were: Mr. and were served by the b8oo ..,.... and ban wado aNHratha ter a tae Flint _...... BlkvMPlerkta 1 slwyaCarperstlem. circuit O .rt CM!.
Mrs. Ivan Moser, Mr. and Mrs. W. Icis. dad to ha heal UMTOOB. ..,. Cortlflaauobracoj : a _tIoou. lito By N. c aTrnitrrT.: i> .
ha fullowtoaIlimlkil amaaill,,Ddsda-a 50wa0a meas" an are. aaleaas l MM* II. SI. It, H..r. t I.P.W
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COM UNITY Burns Robert* Mrs. OU.M, Mill WIWUBulUrd 1 & Fancy
TO U HELD NOV. It end Mid Mary Ch.mbllss. Sanborn J Large
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Plan for I community supper dated
to be held on Thursday, ArmisticeDay r.-T. A. EXECUTIVES 0 Paper-
it the Redland Community TO MEET TUESDAYA shell
Church were mad at a meetingof special meeting of the executive Coffee a
the RedUnd Ladles'' Aid Thursday committee of the Homestead PECANSlb.
it the home of Mr*. Thomas P.-T. A. will be held In the clinic lb. 1 1 1 \
Brewer. Mrs. J. r. McCollough, room at .:SO Tuesday morning to .
Mm. H. J. Armstrong and Mn. work on the year's budget and Z7c 1
Brewer were appointed on the transact other business.At I Me
upper committee by Mn. Geo. X.Dcuel "I this week's meeting Principal ___ __
president I / A. Rhwlnkel gave a report of n
tm members reported that each! the district conference held at THIS CARNATION Cow Ballard'g Buckwheat
bid earned a dollar for the joclrty. West Palm Beach Monday. OUR TREAT
The hostess served fruit ] Pancake Flour
salad, saltines and coffee. MRS. DEXTER HORNE GIVES
Ice Cold Chocolate
Thoe attending 'were Mn. M. HALLOWEEN rARTT FOR SON
J Brownlow Mn. Ceo. E. Deuel, Mn. Dexter Home gave a Halloween I Milk served FREE pkgs.. 25cStokley'
Mn. A. M. Vivian, Mn. Annie party Saturday eveningfor
Messersmlth Mr*. Ceo.W. Turner, her small ion, Dexter Lee. The all day Saturday- *
Jr., Mn. Faro Drew, Mn. C. Ben house was decorated appropriately made with Carnation .
Plumnrwr, Mn. C. J. Lynch, Mn. and all of the children wore Hal- c = '
M. A. Baker Mn. J. J:. Robinson, loween costumea. Ceraollea. OfssskrBattet E.; MUk. HominyNo.
Mn. Armstrong Mn. McCuUou.h.tII. NortolWsketleld won the prize tiM reared ar
Rev. C. G. Nelson and the hos.tess. for pinning the tall on the cat and the prcdacera .! Ir .. No. 2% can IOc
dialed ConaUe. MUk, ,
Connie Campbell won the prize la 3 tall cans or
an apple bobbing contest. After bold afl wwla's seaside
LAKE WORTH VISITORIS the children had played other -ItOOO ... adft, 1.TII 6 baby cans ...........21CJUkfceContAwl Northern Beans
GIVEN'SHOWER games Dexter'a grandmother, Mn. .... basso Is o" ,..
Mn. J. V. Hunt of Lake Worth, S. L. West, told them stories Baby Lima Beans
the former Mill Wynelle Cooley, suckers and orange sherbet were
wu honored Friday afternoon at served. PILLSBURY Black Eyed Peas
a miscellaneous shower liver for Dexter1 guests were: Barbara
her by her sister, Mn.J.R.Walker, Jean Wakefield, Barbara Jean Flour 20 lb. bag 95cLONG
and her aunt, Mn. Wm. Mc.. Horne, Claudia and Connie Camp 2 Ibs .. .. .. 15c'FANCY
Michael, at the home of Mn. Mc. bell. Judith Keene, Billy Perkins,
Michael Sonny Hardin, Buddy Hinman,
0 M,.. Geo. Qanna won a prize In Buddy Home and Norton Wake ISLAND .

an The advertising hostesses contest.served a chicken field. Irish Potatoes It b :18c RICE
iliad count with hot coffee. MRS. rrrzrATRicK's PUPILS
Those present besides the honor. GIVE RECITAL TODAY 5 Ibs
vest and hostesses wen: Mrs. A group*from Mn. R. H. Fits- Canada Dry'i Flavor Beverages Orange, ... .. 22c
CbM. Martin Mn. J. E McClung Patrick's Ensemble class will give Strawberry, Root Beer 2 quart. s..1Sc
Mn.a H. Bitch, Mn. Chal.Baker, a recital at her home today at 3:30 Pure GoldFLOUR
Mn Chas Barnes, Mrs. James I o'clock.GUARANTEED (plug bottle deposit)

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USED CARS | VEGETABLESGolden Fresh MeatsBoston t 5 10 lb.lb.bag bag..45c 24c


20 lb. bag ..........,,.-. 75c
1936 Chevrolet standard coach; new paint; new RipeBANANAS style

seat-covers; tires like new; Fisher no-draft ventilation .3 to 4 lb. average Brown
; ; mechanically A-l; iteel top and body.

I 3 Ibs. .. IQc Pork Roast SUGAR
1931 Chevrolet R. S. Coupe; runs like new; paint n.
very good; tires fair; Fisher no-draft ventila I lb ._. . 28c
tion. Firm IcebergLETTUCE 4 Ibs. _. . 25cII
Country RollBUTTER
1933 Chevrolet Coach; paint excellent; tires like

new; motor in perfect shape; Fisher no-draft I 2 heads ... 15c 311)

ventilation. es':vt I lb. ... .. . 38c = can

1928 Reo Sedan; a large car priced cheap; custom York Imperial
Western
r built body. I APPLES 5Sc
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1933 Ford Sedan-has had very rood care; nice 5 Ibs .. 19c Round Steak .

condition. lb _a. _.. it 28c Standard'JOlIATOES
Long Tender
1931 Auburn Brougham motor overhauled
; just ;
Western Chuck
i paint good; tires good; a high priced car when CELERYStaDt

new; a good family car.GUARANTEED Beef Roast .Oo15c
12c 2 No. 2 cans
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i USED TRUCKS Tender Garden lb . . 25c Scully'

: : 1936 Chevrolet Cab and Body; 157 inch; big tires; I PEAS Sliced Breakfast MUSTARDquarts
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: newly painted; motor worked over; small mile 2 Ibs 27c BACON
: f. age. _. .. .. .u 15c .

I 1937 Chevrolet Cab and Body; 157 inch; big tires; Georgia SweetPotatoes lb. .. .. .39c Far West
: paint good; motor runs fine.

1929 Ford Conv. Pickup; very good condition; Copeland pure PRUNESNo.
motor A-l. II 5 Ibs h 19c Pork Sausagelb.
2% can 15c '
1928 Ford Pickup; a good knockabout truck; Large tenderBROCCOLI ,.. _. 40c
priced cheap. Del Monte i
1930 Ford Dual Wheel Truck; priced to sell. Rib or Briskett

1928 Chevrolet 1 ton Truck; no reasonable offer 1g. bunch ._ 20cThompson's Stew Beef CORN


1930 refused.Chevrolet Cab and Body; good -condition; : Seedless lb. .. .. . 15c 2 No. 2 cans 25e

cheap. Grapes Fleischman's Del Monte ;

f 2 Ibs. .. .. .. 15c Yeast Cakes Early' GardM' .

all its Birdhevrolet Carrots 2 for .Oo." _. 5c PEAS : ;

2 Iff. bunches._15c Local Fresh DnuedFRYERS No.2can..l7c !

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Sweet and juicy
Del MontePEACHES '

Co. RedlandORANGES lb .. .'... .. 35c II
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1$N. Krems A% Phone 98 .. per doz .. .. 25c Henslb. ..., 3k INo. 2% can 1ge t

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