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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: December 10, 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
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOLUME XXV-NO. 60 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBhH! ill 1W7; PRICE FIVE CENTS i







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I: TO A SOUTH DADER(Editorial FOR) LEGISLATURE BEANS VOLT SOME FROMWPINGBYCHEBREEZE i


Should Preston B. Bird Homettead yield to pressure nowbeing

BEINORIARCITY exerted and run for the state legislature In IMS, he would ; I
not only have tho unanimous support of aU factions In South

Dad but would also have a strong following in the Miami area

which he at an able campaigner and advocate of common sense I

LIMITS government might develop 'Into one of the greatest majorities BUT DAMAGE IS NEGLIGIBLETHE

ever lived a legislative candidate lit this county.A .

buiiiMM man whoa prosperity depend on the welfare of

J the farmer and fruit grower, Mr. Bird la from section, also, thatis
Commercial Exhibit Reservations
Ice Forms at Perrine A.
vitally concerned In seeing that the state doe what is required WEATHER
Already of it to bring about the creation of Everglades National Park. HIs OlttcUl MONT npoct of Uw SuM t...lButim. Mercury Sinks to
Accepted E.-I_.' KoMrtnl r......*. 31
from a section, also, that realties the value of the. tourist trade DegreesOKEECIIOBEE

and wants to co-operate with Miami in removing and preventing Dale |Mas;:Mini\ Bart, Rain

1 STRICT CENSORSHIP nuisance taxes that would discourage newcomers from settling Dec. I I 71 I 81 IJO.llj REGION

t PROMISED ON SHOWS In this area. Whereas a Miami man would have difficulty In Dec. t I 73 I Si 30.121 FROZEN
Dec. s .1'151631 I I I I SAID BADLY
I understanding the needs of the agricultural Redland District, Mr.
Dec. 3 ___ I .7 I 88 29.111| .03
Bird would and Initiative
be a representative of Igor thoroughly
Concessions Ruled Doubt
Dec T .7 i 34 13G.18.1)8| Considerable Damage Re-
familiar with the growers' requirements\ and yet
1. lul.or Offensive tot Dee. 8 : 70>> 1 I 38 I30.lt!
entirely conversant with and sympathetic to the needs of metro- ported Also From I'om-
Be Closed Dee. 9 i I 80 I I 41 IIO.DfoI|
,- politan Miami- because Miami belongs to all Dade County and pano, Deerfield
toe agricultural Redbutda District realizes that the continued
Although date and exact location
growth of the Majlo City means a continuation of the overflow Although the mercury fell ae
f are still undetermined, the annual DEC. 31 DEADLINEON
i fruit festival will be held this sea into our farm and grove area- which is now being experienced low as SI degrees at one place InSoul

am either within or adjacent to more than ever before In our history.It Dad and there was scattered

I the border of Homestead, ceord .U true that tit has been a foregone conclusion that Mr. Birdwould REGISTRATION tight to heavy front In sections)
i fag to Geofge"V Turner, president! ".f be'a strong candidate for a highly lucrative county office protected from the wind. there WM

of the sponsoring Redland District In 1938. It Is also true how.wr.li C South Dado's Interests are FOR CITY VOTING little or no damage to crops from and
the cold nap of Monday night
Chamber of Commerce) and .gen going to need a. strong candidate fot'the legislature In 1MB. By
eriVJuiarupt .f the event withdrawing bent the: county race, Mr. Bird, would unite factions early Tuesday morning in the
Lowest temperatures
4 Several advance reservation for Arrangements for conducting
In his behalf and be many times as strong a candidate for 31 degree
South Dad area were
spare th the main exhibition tent tt t triennial Pity efeettanJan.. 11r
J. ,.last already been accepted (wiU the legislature .<, a. \jja-r-i t .* .perfe3telby'be, ; sty SHmcfl .at rwr\r\>rfnd 113 tegres' at Bfckmond -
!., accompanying" 4hecka, and teritt- X "'A highlyluerattvrVubnHfflcr /IsTol ewcntialV any manrt Monday night In compliance according" to temperature
who sell automobiles Preston Bird We predict that readings gathered by R. L. Re five plans for the engagement of can as can. with charter provisions. Mayor
k'gh-class amusement sections are the honor and the opportunity for service to his community in Tom T. Harris has this week Issued who Is In charge of the federal-

feeing considered Mr. Tumejrjsaid the capacity of legislator will get his serious consideration. a proclamation calling the election. state frost protection district centered
yesterday. at Homestead. The minimum ;

v Whether or not the festival will Rue Morrte, Burton Wynn and at Homestead was 34
feetlaged within city limits de. BROADER RULES' T. J. Harris Heads Board Brooker are Incumbents seeking Ice crusting outdoor on water reported In retrpteclri at-
were
pends largely upon the city council's Of First National Bank re-election. Mr. Kirby, Dr. Haus-
reaction to proposal which and Mr. Otronlster are former Pirrtn
man caused bean crop
lit. Turner will make before that OPFN NYA JOBS I councilmen.. Mr. Bird and Mr. Cold winds to have
In a few Isolated places
body Monday night At present Tom J. Hrris was elected chairman Fredrick although prominent in
|he City license code which seta of the board of directors ot tin Home(eVi'"bueln .i circles, are i a wilted took after yesterday's sun
tram title
I fee of $100 nightly for traveling TO MANY YOUTHS;:,First National Bank of Homestead new contenders for public office. hit them, but the damp
tent shows, is prohibitive.xAs I this week: and two new member, Registration-'books will be held source I* said to be negligible
In former years, when the A. F Webb and J. W. English, in the city clerk's office until Crop in the Lake Okeeehobee
held Homestead Former regulations governing the added to the board. Other open region were reported badly hit by
festival was In I were Dec. It, the legal 10 days before -
u the outstanding event of the selection of young men and women directors are: Max Loaner wile election. Those who have; the cold snap There was considerable -
who could work on NYA projects damage also In the PompanO-
year, all carnival attractions will last week: purchased controlllni become eligible to vote since the
be under the strict censorship of have been broadened to Include Interest In the bank: and became election must register blat Deerfleld section
City and chamber of commerce officials hundreds who up to this time have Its president; J:. H. SchaU,'vice- last voters already enrolled will not The maximum temperature recorded
been shut off from NYA jobsr and C. L at the Subtropical Expert
Any concessions of. an president; T. K Kirby, have to re-register .
Station was &7. Ye*
win This announcement was made ment Tuesday
offensive or doubtful nature' Clement
1 The council win canvass the
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back to ,
.' be closed immediately. Mr. Tuner la Homestead Wednesday by B. Alvin J:. Campbell member a (Continued On Page Four) terday H had'climbed normal for this
.declared. f Howard Brown of Miami district a pioneer Homestead family hw a reading nearer
I The entire subject was discussed supervisor of the National Youh been appointed a teller in the Direct Plans time of year Minimum reading
P. B. Bird to from eight
Mr Redus
freely at a meeting of chamber of Administration while here In connection bank. gathered by
commerce directors Wednesday with the erection on the For Birthday Ball Here principal temperature station In

i night..and it was the concensus of negro school grounds of the 20 by SouthJP de for Hit, period between
that the 120 foot building brought her from I ofa Dec-.l'Wid Dec. 9, Inclusive" are t
opinion most logical !setting UNION TO Following receipt last night
MEN'S
I for the fiesta was Inside or Camp Roosevelt for ua* In housing I second telegraphic request from M fallow

'" close to the city boundaries of negro NYA projects Mid a negro : ntlonal headquarter at Washington iJto
Homestead. With the pledged community, and Indoor recreation :I CONTINUE WITH Preston B. Bird announced 1! 1 1
oa-eparation of Redland District center. Negro NYA workers from : that he had accepted the ehalrmanshlp -. .!I 1 { J
Improvement Association and financial the Homestead quarters are putting i of the President's birthday i 1 h '1A

support from the county up the building under the u- :,I DEFINITE GOALS I ball committee for Homes* id. ;. a .e si- .::

I (Continued 04 Page Four) j Continued on Page Four) The ball will be held on January r i ft ; et ',.1 t ai ar e.2 a. ea l,4as
10 with Mayor Tom Harris as II II '.' al 10 ... i ia
: Encouraged by substantial recognition Mr. Bud 11.<1. Proceeds as It at ON N M 61 ci
I I Dance and Midnight Movie on Dec. 18 for accomplishments ol are sponsor divided between local charitle i" 44 of it N id 8ii a a'

Fund the part year, and facing u wide am<<* the Warm Springs 7 II U N II it. r I 811
Cheer
In Plans for Christmas
extension of activities In M fu slew round.Uot.I .tln em as N mea
for Infantile
pan. II 4
ture the Redland District Christ- -
i Plan for providing Christmas clubhouse, and there will be no tan Men's Union voted to continue r
baskets for the needy, a* outlined I expense except the orchestra I the organization at a d1!' -ectora' Interest Mounts in Ceror: imo "T :sall"As

by Chairman T. B. Kirby and his charge. Nina Pearl Whltaker la meeting In the chamber of commerce I
f
I committee from the various organlzations dance chairman and Mr*. Stanley officer Monday night "Prosecutor" Files Long Complaint

Include the giving ofa Wlttkop has charge. of the ticket At the same time It was decidedto -
midnight show at the SemInole sale. amend the by-law and .Joo 1 Interest fli trial" of'w;.. JGeronimo Islet Pur.at.o. Mf HUM has

Theatre on Saturday, l/ee. 18, the The Lion Club has-placed barrels ,two delegate from each church: I adjutant of John G 9... Masts u Tt,. ftmrwm.tr.wfci
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I giving of a dance at the Homestead for donations In the grocery m the district On delegate and Salle; Poet American Legkn slated ......a -- f-. M urn !.....r to.Id.
Country Chi': on the same night stores and boxes for cash contributions tan alternate from each denomination for the frollo Lour following _._ sad .*l 1.wii >M. TV trial
! and the collecting of Cash, grocery In other prominent place represented in the aiming !lui the meeting of the post next Wed vim_ he_......r. _.. t.w"w toll_..-.. lua.a use

fruit and toy donation The Rotary Club each year composed the personnel of the nesday night, was heightened this brow, Jd"e 7.. H..... anti Nn..sod.bad.d. .
I I The film to be shown I* "KtU make a substantial cast donationto board heretofore.Due week by reminders sent out by the a MTM ..1M. -Ito..-ttm* 4001 M.C.aw w -
Divers," a J\lbrna.rhllfeatun with the fund. to ether vents of Import-. post commandesv George A. Oaw- .r.trarbe ores.-r1 be 7. .. r'ar.a' aMWI

I Clark Gable, Wallace Beery and The South Dade Garden Club Pace M the) tame evening < sty abaw and by a long "criminal ta- -r.n.::".. :;..... ..e a..data..eae.d.
I Conrad Natfe In the leading role has given five dollars. some 70 members Instead ot till ,torraation" given out for publlca _. a boo ........ y-
I I All proceeds. from: the picture will The Woman's, Clutr of Homestead estimated 100 attended the full 'talon by the pedal "prosecutor", earful, areal err Ie Net.lIP p. awe
go to the Christmas Cheer fund. will give five dollars\ cash supper and quarterly session In 3 K. Williams, Miami attorney and ::.:'b"_rw, : ." she". a4 .I. .at"w
The Junior Woman' dub II I and assist In selling ticket for the American Legion hall last Friday. Legionnaire sad a I be 4518.

sponsoring the dance No charge show, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Its Judge Walter H, Beckham of the la a letter to members of the "ProsecutorWOJums' kill el

1 will be mad for the use of the, (Continued on Page Four) (Continued on Page Two) post, Mr Crawtba wrote: ,CpnUiltied oil Page 't'ourk



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Page Two THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Friday, December 10. 1937
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HOLD INQUEST IN I Three Chimney Fires HIIS Tops Redland. threat to date was particular! :''Homestead PIay, Two 1H

Give Firemen Busy Day well covered; be scored but OM t Schools Here Tonight ':!
III First Encounter field basket. ">

HUNTER'S DEATHHERE Wednesday was an exceptionally Homesteads offense on the I. Homestead Hiib School will ,
busy day foe the Homestead Of 1937-38 Season I whole was clicking nicely i Its floor play basketball teams from two
TONIGHTA fire department, which answered game was especially good for so, other high school tonight in the '
four urgent call within I few Homestead and Redland renew-j early In the season. Inability to hit; Homestead school gym The H I
hours and prevented serious low ed their old time basketball rival the basket on numerous follow H. S varsity squad will tangle with I L 1
coroner's inquest into the to three dwelling and a motor before large crowd In the shots, however, cost the local Delray Beach High 'School In a
a
death of M. J. Sloan, 83. Kendall truckFaulty. ry Homestead gym last Friday night I several points. McDoaM, for game which will follow one between -
grower who wn killed by the accidental construction of fireplaces In a game which ended with a Homestead, captured scoring honors Hometoadi B team and
discharge of rifle while and chimneys la the residences: of 22-20 victory for Homestead. with a total of I points, to his Andrew Jackson High School of .
on a hunting expedition In the IL A. Young and L B. Danxey In credit Vihlen, with C points was Miami, scheduled to start at 7:15.:
west glades last Saturday, will be Always a battle when these two
Homestead were given a* the reason high for Redland.J. Delray Beach High was beaten
teams together, with -
preseason
conducted here by Peace Justice get
for alarm which came in during -I 40-11< by Redland High School on
8. L. Kendrick at 7:30: tonight.News or past game dope meaning "
of the tragedy reached : the early morning hour Another nothing whatsoever, the game Friday R. Hickson Elected Nov. 23 at Redland. and unless the l j)
chimney fire took the engine night was another natural Al- upstates have developed a little 'J
Homestead shortly after midnight Master of Palma Vista
and volunteer crew to the
co-ordinated playing they
Saturday when John Suggs,I com though Homestead was out In front more ']
home of George Cooper at PrInce- .\
for the local
should be meat
of victim, most of the way, taking the lead easy .
pinion and nephew the ton. All fires were extinguishedwith I 3 R. Hickson was elected worshipful -
about the middle of the first quar- Klngiport, Teniu High School
broke through to civilization after minor losses, the damage being master of Palma Vista
march In the dark ter and never relinquishing It, hIt been booked to play here on
strenuous
a estimated at $30 in each In- Lodge No. 209 F & A. M., at its
across rocks: and swamp aided stance. a spurt by the Diamond Backs in annual meeting Monday night in Dec 30 In what will be HomesteadHighs t
only by a small compass and flashlight Aa afternoon call speeded the the final minute of the game fail- the lodge room at Naranja. first Intersections game,
Frank Mitchell third mem- ed by only two point to overtake Coach Theo, J. Bleler announced _
firemen to the Oversea Highway Other officers chosen are: A. M.
week
first In
their ancient foe. yesterday The
ber of the hunting was
party
below Florida City, where they Davis, senior warden; W. II will
left at In charge of tho body showed Improvement February the local go on a
camp extinguished flames In a motor Redland quite an Owens, Junior warden; Alex Hemming will Include
A rescue party was hurriedly In form over its road trip that game
lame
truck before serious damage had *, treasurer; Henry Behrens,
Sarasota
organized by Peace Justice Kendrick been done. the previous Tuesday night against secretary at Fort Myers and
Constable J M. Scarborough Miami Military Academy, but i
end W. H. Syket and B O Dye of was unable to penetrate the Homestead i I Installation of officers will be who died In France during the
the Homeitejd police department defense consistently Edwards held jointly with Royal Palm Lodge world war.Krome .
MEN'S UNIONContinued of .
Volunteer for the Ions trek Into Redland chief scoringly Homestead on Dec 2T.I who prepared for Prince-
tn. Everglade Included David I ton at the Indian River School I

Barnes, Thomas Theus, Clifton ( From Page One) praised the accomplishment of Jack Krome Is Awarded New Smyrna. is I member of the '
Cowman W. B. Cave, Jr. Her- Dade County juvenile court was the union and stressed the need Princeton ScholarshipPrinceton freshman tin..
tert Turner, Charles Ewing, Roland the principal speaker for its continuance as a factor for I I I
Arvld Roberts, Sam .
Morgan Judge Beckham commended good In the community. N. J, Dec. -Jack
B, Dice, Jr.. J
Alexander, D. F. CHILDREN
The entertainment E. Krome SKINNY
highly the purpose and work of con. of Avocado drive Homestead -
Rhode, Jesse Sugg, Ed Mitchell the union saying that It was the listed of readings of Frencb-Cana-I(I, Fla. has been awarded for ._.. .r mothm .... low*
aid Roy MitchelL first of Its kind he had dian by the 1 the current Was ey adding Vaal Vn.salas sad
group ever poems academic year at '
Arriving at the camp, the reacuert sousn Yc"flysee ark, : :UkG ::
addressed In a Jong career. He Deuel, and two selections by an Princeton: University the Lawrence LINweheeks
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found It deserted a' Mitchell ." Sit lafs ass.- and "
suggested the union could be of Instrumental trio composed of Dr. I Dean LaMonte memorialscholarship au earn CWdree uka vuYelyeam t
despairing of Sugga' sale paaaage great assistance. to the court hi reducing Carl F. Robinson, Dr. H. S. Wolfe founded by the Class ay:a"as r;;"VlWlioOAv
through the night hJ fully pro- Juvenile delinquency Local and George M.. Frick. WUlardFlf of 1(11 in memory of I classmate I
tected the body of nil friend and ; rising 1 __ t
fostering of the "big brother" leld. president, was given a
left for homo, which he reached and "big sister" movement, similar vote of thank In appreciations':
in i a exhausted condition! about to groups organized in Miami and of his work and successful con t
6 p. m. Sloan body was found other cities, should be on the union duct of the series of meetings during -,
near the camp at the spot where program for the coming year, he the part year. Oldest Chevrolet

rock he had and stumbled received In the"IIOM'COIIIb"l son believed.banquet Frequent could be father-and brought I

let which entered his abdomenand
within the scope of the union to
killed him Uutantly He had good advantage, he said. GROVETHEATRE
been carrying the gun of hit companions East CoastIN
Citing the good record and low Dealer
,'who had undertaken the percentage of juvenile delinquency on
In two deer that
teak of bringing
cases la the south end of the county COCONUT OBOTK
: bad been killed by Sugg earlierin I
Judge Beckham said there was Matinee Saturday and sandal
the day still much room for Improvement led to IP.No. SINCE:
The return trip to the waiting and the union could exert the Shows 7 and 9 p. m.) A.... SI* BUSINESSsusss MARCH 1911Guaranteed
miles of
four roughcountry
trucks over "most ALAN
powerful leverage In thedistrict"
with the body, the two if .
directed.Frank
properly Sun. Men. Dee. IS. IIWAENER
deer and part of the camp equipment Strube, former president
was slow' and exhausting of the Olympia Mens Bible Classla OLAND
to local members of the Used Cars
according
Miami and a founder of the Big la
,who arrived in Homestead -
rescue party
Brother movement la that city,
"Charlie Chan
with Sunday the body of Sloan about also praised the work of the union onBroadway" 1931 Chrysler Coupe; runs my good; good tires;

9pm.Funeral service were held In and urged the membership to a good dependable car; well cared for..110.00
keep up the good work. He outlined
Kendall Community Church on
Monday with the Rev. Irving Par dealing some with of the under-privileged problems of Toe, Wed. Dee It, IS 1934 Chevrolet 157 inch S. W cab and body; good

ker, pastor, ofllciaUag The body children and advocated hatter JOE E. BROWNIn tires; motor perfect condition;

I was sent to Mr. Sloans former churches or larger jails" good buy.............................................. ... 325.00
home at Center Hill. Fla., by Turner Other speakers included County
Funeral Home of this city. Commissioner J. D. Redd and "Ridi g on Air" 1934 Chevrolet /i ton canopy express; motor like
Mr. Skk4t was born In Lake
i County and came to Dade In 1906.t the Rev C. N. Walker who warm- Than. fit, Dee. II, IT new; good paint; tires good for long time.

I moving to Kendall to cases in r Better hurry............................. ............. 300.00
j farming tea years later. He la Yow MEALS ,I II "King Solomon'.l\lines" .

survived by the widow, Mrs. Addle need Never be delayed If you| 1951 Auburn DroU'gham-Goed finish; good up-
M. Sloan of Kendall and two 11 With Big Special Cast
like good mileageleft
j .taw holstery; runs new car;
brothers and a sister of CenterHill.
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NATUROLGAS5Tam j Saturday, Dee. IIBtCKJONES

WANTED Donation of sent I 1933 Ford Sedan-Its appearance is good; plentyof

of thin materials or silks to dress era eeok regularly even I In"Black good mileage. For sale with an OK that

I doll WPA for sewing Christmas room, Future Chew basket Farmer If the electric power I* elf Ii I I Aces"Fertilizers counts-to the first lucky buyer at this low

clubhouse J_Virgo_D. _Lymw_13 N. _Knew_I I price .. ... ................ .. .................... .... 250.00
I
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1 1929 Ford Coupe; has lots of good mileage left;

make good car for glade work; cheap. 50.00

Seeds Insecticides 1933 Chevrolet Coach Motor carefully checkedover

and tuned; upholstery good; tires fair;

has that famous six cylinder engine .250.00


1931 Chevrolet Master Business Coupe; good

for Fall CropsWe paint; mechanically OK; a car you will be

. : proud to drive ...... ...... ...................... ...300.00:

I 1930 Ford S W Base; cab and body; good light

have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan- truck; good price. Going this week at a
'I
dreth's Tomato cheap price. ........... ...................... .... 100.00
Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and i

Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure

to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. h bast, BirdChevrolet

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I Friday.. December 10,-1937 . THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Pure Three


'l BlllllllllllllnmlllllllllllllllllUllIllIIlllJ Christmas. The club has severalnew I Nelle Lloyd, Jack Gautler. Brahmin. the Tiger and the Six j
members. REDLAND RATTLER Sixth grade -high Dick Camp Judges," Peggy Garrett played \ ;
The new students. In the high By SHELLEY: HAKKNESS bell, Tommy Yates, Dine Vlhlen, Brahmin; Catherine Shackleford I

J 20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIIIII1IlIiIilllillll11II111IIll1lIUIIIII school during the pad week ace:: Webster Williams, Kate Gautler was the tiger; and Wesley Jan- I

Vernon McKay anti ChrtotbM HONOR ROLL Kathleen Wagner Anne Shackle- uary, Wilson Cash, Henry French .

,. HUM, eleventh grade, and Thelma First grade high. Tommy Core, ford, Rose Mary Hennington; low, WUUam Newcomb, Elate Spring-
/ Huts, seventh trade. Billy Dearborn, George Robinson, Eddie Davis, Ann Leadley, Margaret fells, Ruby Bailey Margaret Caaoo ;
/ Miami Edison High School hat Richard Scott, Dorothy Douberly, StiUman Dorothy Stewart and Maxine Chubb were the }

i TV, Mhvlni' HnraMlM ON invited the two public ..pealdnacJaUC' Dorothy Engel Wanda Jarman, Kenneth Lett Louise Robinson Judges. !
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and the dramatics class to John McLaughlln.la will be
there
aal.re.N.NIJd .... .1. sell.r May Leadley Wynono Mlzell, This :year thirty
.... awls rlarsa. ...- ... be Its guests Friday night at the Gladys Dacca, Arthur Wray Glo- the assembly program given school represented at Mr*.Doherty -
-.s..d..-Oot If. INI With 1M 11401*. three one-jet plays which the ria Sage, Marlon Gossman Blanche by Miss Ruth Murray's third and'' *. Christmas party Saturday

students of tUt school are going McVlcktr; low George Chapman, fourth grades, Leon Edwards led morning Dec. 11 at the Miami ,
Dec. IS, 1S17. to put on. David Gosnell, Paul King FloraBryant the devotional The class gave Blltmore pool. Those attendingfrom
-The C. D. Club met with MI".. The junior class Is putting outa ; Elizabeth Pope Aurelia. a play entitled "All Cogla and the Redland will be: Dorothy
J. D. Redd en Thursday afternoon ctbool paper 'The Scandalior" Ruteke, Dorothy Reams, Betty Olive Merchant. In the cast Morgan Mary Jane Hamker. Glo-
and sewed for the Red Cross. The every Friday, under the sponsorship Hlgglnbottom. were the merchant, Bruce Wag ria Sage, Sallie Lou Bryant, Helen
hostess served hot chocolate sandwiches I of Mn. Elder. The paperis Second grade-high, Billy Scott, ner; wife Helen Dent; caliph. Boesola Maxine Chubb, Charlotte
and cookies to the following only three cents, so save JOur Bobby Garrett, Jacky Rodgers, Catherine Shackleford, grarid vi- Murray. Barbara Wright Nellie
member: Mesdames O. M. noneyt Melwyn Davis, Ray Knolls A. W. sler Leon Edwards; and children I Mills, Betty Ruth Hardin Davis
Budd E. r Brooker, J. W. English Miss Jones' ninth grade sold Powell Edmund Wright, Vera Robert Jones, Buford Freeman Gosnell Joe BoMola,, Clifton Williams -

t E. S. Caplinger, J. L. Ishmael, candy peanuts, drinks and popcorn Anderson, Marilou Harris Julia James Ed Campbell CharlotteMurray I,, Willis Thompson, Herbert
J. R. Do1'Ie1. F. S. Loomls. Mrs at the game Tuesday night Ann Lee Ruth Olive Knaus Marie and Dorothy Poppell. :I Wysong Elmer Silk, Palmer Pope
L. O. Oliver of Americus, Ga. was Mrs. Bird helped the class. Kufeldt Wanda Miller give a recitation Rex Seats, Edward HUson and
a guest of the club" Msr. Gallagher's seventh grade Third grade high, Robert entitled "A Naughty Darkey Boy,"I Ulric Vihlen.

.. "Hugh Johnston was In town has a half holiday today for having Jones, Bruce Wagner, Buford and Patricia Robinson gave a piano I
twenty days of perfect attend- selection. The rest of the
early la the week hiking hands Freeman, Charlotte Murray Peggy READ TIlE WAN ADS
ance. class gave a ski': entitled "The
with old friends. Hugh Is a naval Garrett, Catherine Shackle-
volunteer stationed at Miami. The elementary grade are goingto Ford W. A. Kennedy, Edward Pye
sing Christmas carols at the Richard Sallie Lou
"Born to Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Leadley, Bryant -
P.-TA. meeting next Monday
Moffett, a boy, weighing 8V4 IDS. night Grace Burry, Grace Catoe.
Ruth Craft, Dorothy Davis, RuthEngel
I on Monday at S p. IIJohn Is so making
The elementary pupils are -
j proud of him he wants to name Christmas carol booklet Margaret Gaby Miriam PORTRAITS and
Holmes, lone Jones, Loft,
him J. B. Junior, but he can't, because The new pupils In elementary Doris Betty Wallace
Singleton Virginia
there Is already a John Jr." school this week are: Margaret -
Clarke Elmer Silk,
; low. Billy ,
-"A girl was born to Mr. and
" Cruthen, fifth grade; and Grace Marie GIFTS
Evelyn Cowman Weekley
Mrs Will Smith the same day at Ellade, first grade. Lillian
Fourth grade high,
"
4 Po 11J. Mrs. Webb's class Is sorry to
Bishop, Emma Engel, Audrey
lose Lenore Whitehead who bal
Grate Kathleen Jackson, Esther Christmas
for
j H. H. S. NOTES moved to Florida City. Kufeldt. Joy Lee Barbara Jean -

NELLA $IAUL8 School Editor Soper, Lenora Williams, Helen
Dent; low, Irene Cox Bertha Mae
Not Too Late to Sign up
I Annie
Fagg| Frances McVicker.
An assembly program was held For Dec.17 Amateur HourIt Laurie Stewart, Sarah Vlhlen, WOODS
t last Friday jn the school audito: Caroline Gaffney, Eugene Cowman -
rium. Mrs. Mills led the groupin Frank Sheppard.

singing "Silent Night" and Is not too late for those who Fifth grade high, Leonard MeCRORY ARCADE HOMESTEAD, FLA.
"Jingle Bells". The Rev. C. N. wish to take part In the amateur Dent Louis Gaby,'Donald Searcy,
Walker Introduced the speaker hour to be staged next Friday Melba Collins, Verdia Gorman
Dr. Willlaa of Jacksonville who night In trie school auditorium by Eldith Hampton; low Alice Kirk
had a very Interesting melangefor the music and art departments of

us. the Homestead school to register .
Because there was no school with Mrs. Margaret Mills mule

Tuesday, the.honor roll will not supervisor, It was slated :yester

be in the paper until next week. day.Two
There will be a musical program five dollar prizes will be
i given-one for the belt act by
d art exhibit in the art lfflSundy .
afternoon. children of school age and under
: and one for the belt act by those
.
What1-Amateur
program.WhenfDecember above school age. Anyone who
17. 1837. can sing, dance, whistle, play any "Just You
Where?-Neva King Cooper
Instrument, imitate tell stories,
School auditoriumWho
recite poems, put on black face
Any who can sing
one acts, or what-not, invited to enter Alone
dance, play an Instrument, give the amateur hour contests,
readings, Imitate. etc, can partici-. Mrs. Mills said. The performance I
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pote.Admiss'cn wilt begin at B p. m. next Friday
Contestants free;

children ten cents, and adults lit a }IOnJe of
ass 10010001 .w. as
twenty cents.SponsorsThe. .
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own"Every
SchoolA departments of Homestead High II'need never be delayed U you our

band has been organized with
about fourteen members but they \
:1 i[ NATURflL GAS
hope to Increase the number. :,

Alta Webster and Nina Pearl,I I ....
Tea can conk: regularly even
Bush will play a violin duet at the I
Monday Music Club next Monday.I i I U the electric power la off. I II

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; Four THE LEADER ENTERPRISE Fridayt December 10. &

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; .4.fi feport io*1. lento' btI ass Payment of pollnhWai similar donations." The mine
LEADER-ENTERPRISE E: GERONI3IO MM* .| lit. *.* fawaai t.-a. atlolllMd for all elections the doner win be engraved oo. I tt

.. j1MA t.t. ... ...-.MOther or, on *d after J**. a. 1.... by UM.apt bronze plat on every I tree, guy
Tw
; rublished Fridays at Home *nut to thehkets t'b1II I ft bar "Hafat legUUrtniu,, will not be cording to a letter to Mr.
I) .tea*. Fto.. by the 8e.th Dad-, (Continued From Page One) Mr rift said, sea .n for rtouWd. Mm Mrs Rswls Johnson. all

Publishing e.. Information and complaint ...- fruit Is -' AW .*er articles Appointed to serve on the election man er the stadium Ivu

lows: .f food at MIll .* any toys will be board were W. B. Caves, ton committee
1.1 MEN ARCHER ___ Eel .. gladly received. sOso i deck; Mrs. W M Bradley How
MARJORIE LEACH ARCHER IN roll THE HOUMTKAD COlttTOr
__ _._. Associate EtUtoiCnlrred .
STAlfc or mOMM.DUCIalVSK .
TERM 1MTTW spectors. Topic of Talk to Lions ;
lhtto W Wortd. n.mrwaaat ... NYAContinued Caucus nominations were certified t
u second ohm mall Did O.r ahaa. altaa WHItaCbrnitaaa. to the council in a report
Walter W. Brunt of Miami
d sibs SU.lv BID tMaalBM, slow train was'J
aalUr March .. 19U. at Ibe veal
Preston B. Bird chair-
signed by
V OofMiliaoMlforaulMa
the
principal guest speaker at the'<
X diodes at utea. Florida cadet for kwlolMI loa .." aff looa. ( From Page One) and W. B. Caves, secretary,
man,
session of the
( the act e< March I. U7.. __ *. Uetoa -.-, erfcnlaal weekly Redland
of R. O Moon local and Clerk TL E. Edwards was
4boent 101040oi- ipervlalon City District Lions Club on Tuesday' .
Is *. aaaw sand ar th. awtkoritr .( doe.bulkier. It will house a manual Instructed to place the followingnames '
aaa of norMa DoewiuawM aur-fco I l Hli topic: was: "The Attitude W*
tvn. PRICE $.... A TEA I. K. WIllIo_. actlnepnawuUr fortM training chop and a domestic on the ballot: : Should Have In Approaching the:

tee Mw Dallwank Holl-W-k.af Dean and Car County the,I_prm.rulwe, __ science room, and its middle' portion I For mayor, Tom J Harris, un- New Year: ;
gam of weatlne lesion pabllelty, .....I will be adapted to auditorium opposed candidate) to succeed himself William I. Flsk. building chair.':
.oar. but Oat .mwa. tofaUI _..- Weak"
Christmas Seals I and recreation .
room purposes
that CiiKHilm ale -Wllllaa . I man, stressed the value of publicity
rofilmo 1 .., .U... "SUn'"/ Bill" Onvnlaia( The broadening of NYA rules For council, Frank a Rue, Ben In the promotion of worthy club \
The first seal for tuberculosiswork Milan ,..." O.n. lm., of MM Gusty afSIM. NYA L. Burton.. J. a
Joe
the door for employment -
I W Morris
ti _. af .-. shire af florUam 'opens project, Illustrating his brief talkfwith
was sold In Denmark In 1M4 11r, tao link tor ol N.19n.. especially to many needy Wynn, Henry Brooker Jr. Thomas -, clippings from daily and' ,
I. the atmnt, and sea awl oMro afora.koine .I said. I W. & Bird, E. CChronlster
EInar Holboell, a Danish postmaster uIII. law and UM aMliw adlMaat.orrlao .j white youths Mr. Brown E. Kirby weekly newspapers of recent date I.
conceived the Idea of placing Inner, seals oaamyudrr. and J! 'Formerly only those young Pr Frank Hausman'' John Q. Caldwell and Donald .'i
.._ .
taker ttll-. did and
alawfut/y
people between the ages of IS and David Fredrick. St Seven
Iind Talbolt were welcomed at new"
a sticker on each letter to support with namlltaUw, soar a me tine < '
the Aawrkaa Uelu. with I o.. ovtwanb. 29 who were members of WPA positions on the council are to be members of the club In a talk on
tuberculosis work. From this .. COUNT tl families or families receiving commodities -|t filled from the ten nominees list- TJonUm' by the Rev C N Walker -

',' beginning the Christmas seal sale And th Mil J. K. Wllllama. further hiormatlaa .I or other forms of ubllc ed. who presented them with club
r nakai. that aa the said dar assistance eligible for NYA I of certificates for the
were Samples ,
has spread through the world. In OVA data tho mW. defendant did ..1.. emblem
tall. .... with Intent to ..lerdphe pee.ae.Jin. ftIIplo'men.Id Mr. Bronw new refunding bond issue bOW
Alaska, Hawaii the Philippines ... fall and nfuM and fowt, to."0\ recent ruling broadens the swatting validation by the circuit
taka a aerials floral I wreath to plao anus
Puerto Rico (the United States and laniM.al at MaUniaiko. greatly to'grounds for certification and In court will be examined and a
j England the same seal Is used. Hw l slimy '"t the aHnltr of the HomootMd' addition to these former groups, suitable form chosen by a committee -
Foil of tlw Am .
lees aeebe and lb.ttM
In Florida last year I4J27..7J ...,....at did furlhrr on the said dar young men and women may now composed of Mayor Harris. City
Will raised from this nource With nd data, radar this roan Count u.umqa ,have NYA jobs whose family In- Attorney Ira C. Haycock. Councilmen k ks
Ad dU bold too many ofrleo. In MMvrh
that money state and local associations Auwl.a Lowiss' the' form of, come Is below the subsistence Burton Wynn and Morris
: aou"'t.out early cases of I the' oat's' on, : = ::... In standard. Councilman Frank B. Rue reported -
ere nande and provided. and ...1..1 UMpoaoa
tuberculosis sponsored health dltnltir and nod. will of than AnarJ j Even though the head of the that accomodatlons: for 12 I
; education: program In the schools: Iwgb.. family has a small private Job trailers had been prepared at the
J .
K. WltlUMS Heed PnoMulMtatt
assisted In financing a mobile *- af FI-., Lassie of Dadiirwaonallr .or U farming for himself U the municipal camp adjoining the
: ray and tuberculin testing unit anawkrad. before in.. J. KWlllhun. Income Is below the figures set by swimming, pool and that facilities
t who stated that h. woo the hoadprnwrntor
r f and maintained a general health la the for rotas tnfurmatloii,f the Welfare Board the youths In would be enlarged. later If nil demand -
education program and wtni after retain to ka ._.. un these families be certified for I
may
... ', arose
I that all of tha alUealloM u teeth la
Uto fweoin. Iaf.wmatlea. are ba..d a INYA only This means that young At the suggestion of Mayor Harris -
( MOOT.aldwNwr ...... and human. and people In non-certified families the city will donate at least two
kit t nrfiMoa aa mar that they art
FESTIVAL ; tnw. .ad thai If true they would oonitlHIM may now be certified for the train coconut palms for the IandlC.Pln'l ,

I .any K.off.a.e.J. WILIIAMS. HM '-tor.N. ing, work experience, and wagesthat of the Roddy
fi: .. awom .... km auwMrtWd. Mora aw NYA supplies" Stadium In Miami and other civic I
;. (Continued From Page One) Ink 1th dar NON of Jtaeomner STOP OFPICI.'. HOLDER. Large numbers of vacancies on I organizations will be asked to make

.t commissioners, added to general Clerk of no asset what-a,...,, of Dado NYA projects were occasioned by
'f public demand the directors felt Coualjr riarula. I boys and girls returning to schools Formula for Happiness

1 It wait their duty to proceed with, this tall to work opportunism are
festival! plans regardless of local 'open to those who are 'Interestedand Given Rotes by Speaker

obstacles. CHRISTMASCHEERContinued I can qualify under this new Compare APEX '
; At Wednesday meeting, Thomas ruling," Mr Brown said :.
I Happincs sis having a goal and
i : E. Kirby was named as a committee ( From Page One) Young men and women In Dade With Any Electric IlstrI enter
doing something day to
t of one to Investigate convenient County who lab to Increase their every
: site for the erection. of. president, reported last night work[ experience and obtain some attain It, with your goat movinga ant ,..'U Buy u Apex I

public rest room In Homestead The Business and Professional much: needed cash can consult Mr. little further ahead with each

r I In this project the chamber Is cooperating Women Club members will five Brown at Room all Calumet accomplishment, John Norman, Compare STYLING
with the Homestead fifty cents each Mrs. CUM Stewart Building 10 N. Eo Third street, I Miami *y.11 thrill at the die
Rotarian
Business and ProhMttonal reported at a meeting" of the and popular civic I elective modem buaty of
Jlk'n' Club, whose president, wo-I I Christmas Cheer committee Wednesday i club speaker told the Homestead Apex Uoquestionably -
Miami.COUNCIL the most
c. Flora 0 Myers of Florida I Rotary Club at Its noon meetingIn beautiful of all refrlgerstota

.broached u.. subject two weeks I The Redland P.-T. A. representative Legion hall Wednesday

t jl ago.Ben Mrs D. t Bashor, president; Compare USABILITY

Archer committee chair- and the Homestead ".-T. A. representatives (Continued From Page One) *1.. bags shelf,.. gives'

1 nan, reported: that alleged unsafe: Mrs Ben Archer registration at an adjourned meetIng NEWT G. BALI. I yon more usable storagespace
conditions on the municipal airport prealdent and Mrs Preston B. pet cable foot .'
:; '. runways had been or were I Bird and Mrs. Jane Nesbltt of the Monday night, and the namesof Notary Pnbll ,
being corrected by the city Mr. student aid committee reportedthat those who are no>> longer quali- FlU: INSURANCE: AVD I Ctmpu FEATURES
) fied to vote here will be stricken
Archer recently appeared before I help on the schools' lists of : KINDRED LIVES *It provide erefythlng ttm
from the books and list of them
H the council to call attention to families would be obtained from a IS N. Krome Ate. desire and Deed 10 secure us-
: complaints received by chamber I the Empty Stocking fund In Miami will be posted on the city hall bul. I most cmnraauace and <(.
,
officials Within the next and that the local WPA work- H readabi.low.coatop.radcaColIlpare

few day the chamber will room would supply a toy for each I paIn
ask the authorities at the. child.
Opalocka natal flying base to Inspect Mrs. T. p. Edmonds promised JLApe" Refrigerators ayepiked

thai field and give I It a clean|I help from the Sacred Heart Society s.ondo..ulloWilOr '

: bill of health In respect to landing I I you will bay aJl Apse




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OCEANS of water. biting blasts blistering ran no won- Lady Attendact

roof becomes cracked and porous! Weather Phone B84-R Homestead Fla.

take eat th* essential waterproofing cad preservative

crib from the best roofs eves applied. In a few hour, and

at RH coal one man with a brush and a can el Court Edward StilingReal

i 0 Coo In and tee this sensational Asbestos Fibre Coaling can gin you practically a new roof Estate

refrigerator that maintains lower The cover FDMMW float. Provides May aaa>'ai..+, In M gjjgMs
I temperatures, Higher humidity, at e pus -... Its Dews Per-a...Ns bfm tiloveI Tag Ie General Insurance
No Increase in Current Coa,. ...... slstpl Pisa to yea vtfeml bUart.a yes jJTlbe |.JJ FLORIDA CITY FLA.
Cer PalM Avo. and Aft. B
See the new tttlbh Interior ar-

range n ate with 9 d ffermevarlatonal (JJ BROOKER LUMBER CO.

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Friday December 10. 1937 THE'LEADER-ENTERPRISE Para Five


The honor roll at the Florida 8T. JOU.VB CIlllCH:
I City Scboolhll month roads as Dee. 11-Third Sunday U
follows first grade Billy Rodgers Advent. Tdl Holy Eucharist: I
In and JlroundHomestead I Christine SUtton, Cecelia Tomas- 1:31 ,burch school: 11: Matins -
sl: second grad. Harold OrtttUt: and serums an "Lew Via-
third grade Albert Newton; fourth lbltltri <:M: Toast Fropte-s P
grade. Tommy Sheldon; sixthgrade Service League; ,:St: Even- I I E
Sam Blonde and Lamar sons aM the holy sacrament
Oriffln. of confirmation will br adutlalalered -
.
by the Right Kev. John
Leo Rentettl returned Tuesdayfrom Wisc.LI..B.D.IN

Allen II Armstrong, Chicago wood, N. J., after a week's visit Beverly. Mass.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
newspperman who with his wife in Homestead with Mr. and Mrs .
and baby recently visited his parent -, J. R. Brooks Mr. Krone and M/ and Mrs. P. Beam made I Dee 11 Sermon tepletThe "
Coming el the Lerd.
*, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong -: Mr. Brooks are old classmates.Miss business trip to Pahokee on Mon
of Redland, li now managerof < GeneralPublic
the advertising, circulation and Fanny loh.oon of Noca- day.L LEGAL NOTICES
Job departments of the Key West tee is visiting her brotherinlawand A. Frye returned Sundy from
slater, Mr. and Mn. James a three-week trip to California. raoCLAKUTIOMWHERCAS. .
Citizen. .... Mr tarw of ... Ctr Utilities
Roberta. '"f Hos..bsd ,"'.... for tile .t..ua WeowulliMii

Mn. J. A. McNeill, Mrs. J. I- Mrs. J. W. .rr; returned Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Barnes ..._..roe".... as and.die myna....by Twoday is 41m.very M.
Davis, Mn. C. M. Redd, the Rev. day night from Fort Myen where arrived Friday 11'011North Haven at tlw::1 WU Mews th> bean ofaee Homestead rhone HS-M
a n. 8.16
J. :. Richard and B C. Murphy she visited her parents Mr. and Conn. They are guests of M!. AND* WIUJUEAa the We. MlMHuc MlWnU
went u delegate from the Homestead and Mrs Hobart Brocket ( of the etv at HoMitMd Iwx UM
Mrs. Hugh Solomon. duly appoint. I* th. fay course;; M
Methodist Church la a district : l.etMe ....... ->. W B Cm>. I SUNNI ,
meeting In West Palm Beach Mr. and Jku* H. Stuardi of SERMON TOPICSFIRST .lerk II... M.UW .. lI..d.... ttonrimi YOUR MEALS
.. end R. r Hrmtor. ..,.....
yesterday.Mr. Princeton left for Mobile Monday NOW THKRKFORI. I. T_ J. H.rrtt.uror seed sever H delayed U yeI
because of the serious illness of BAPTIST CHURCH of lw city ot _........ tie Mnby II
and Mr*. C. H. Becker announce ,,Mr. Stuardl's mother who lives Dee. IS Morning sermon: .prael l.alli..h.day niMT III *.II City, IMI.t ,Hi M.san4p.l ln< *M
the birth of a ninepoundton there. "An Old Testament View of call upon all ...ur....; ...... to. cut tMlrbalk" I NATURQL GAS II i
I... .,, ..., eouaetl.NMn .
Sunday at the Post Graduate aN'.nNMNMY.INMIaNaNa.N-"N-N..NN.W.Ma."" the Last Days"! eveadng sermon M UM Un/rhnTir to Nte kill .
hospitaL He has been named FLORIDA CITY ; "The Christian Attitude bawn... the hum of HiOO a. sm tad.Md. ..N- Tea nan eok regularly .
Alvin Henry. Mrs. W. W. Srrfrj, Cormpoadeal Toward the Sabbath Day. d N. Mill Uw till dv of D macho ( U the tlectrlo power Is .al I IL
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Mi., and Mn. C. V Seville announce A surprise; shower;; for Mrs. Harvey CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 11 Torn. City J.of llirrh.W.r. H.--. 7rall D. Lyon. 8JN. Krome.I|
the birth of a seven and Rohrer was given Tuesday at Dee. 11 LessoM-sersmm 411-.. 10. .,. fl. SI. IM?, '..,. T, IIIMI .:. : .
t. hall-pound daughter Betty Jane the home of Mrs. Rotifer's parents, topic "God the Preserver of
at the Poet Graduate hospital yes Mr. and Mrs. John Rohrer. Sandwiches Han."
terday. and cocoa were served, REMAND CAFE
Present were: Mrs. James M. Dob- HOMESTEAD METHODIST
Miss Elizabeth Horne' U spending bin Mrs. Mrs Min-
Efflyn Carroll.
Dee U Sermon at 11 a. MRS. A. NABOBS. Prop.
a few days this week with her nie Lutz, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy., m.1 "The Five Great Channels I
brother-in-law and sister Mr. Mrs. Oscar Clonlngcr, Mrs. Flits,
of Service" at 7:3' p. m.: DINNER boo PLATE LUNCH I3e
and Mrs. fIoy Watson, at Okecho- Schroeder Mrs. Charles Clinton,i "The Parable of the Sewer."
Mrs. Tom Cohemour, Mrs. Edward:

bee.Mrs.. William Musselwhlte Bishop Mrs. S. T. Robinson, Mn.! -'III'1i1' "" ": ,: : : "::'": '' '" ''''' ''"'" ::lIiI': ::1 1111 ::111:"" ;;1111111 "':Ii II II II IIll'
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J. W. Caves, Mrs. J. S. Cavil Mrs.
derwent an appendicitis) operationat
Roland Mrs. Lester Walkup
the Dade County hospital Mon- Woiley JOIN SCARS ,KANDt% KIDS AT; SANTA'S! A Small
Mrs. Clyde Neill, Mrs. L. E.
Forsyth Mrs. Leo Rohrer Mrs. Drpoalt111
day.The
Infant son of Mr. and Harold Rohrer. and Mrs. Wm. Mc- I: D
W. B. Caves, Jr., was M1'I'1 Cullough.' Gifts were received : Reserve Any
their home Wednesday from from: Mrs. Jack Branch, Mn. Item to Dee. It
Coral Cables hospital where George Harden Mrs. Burley Den-
received treatment for a throat dy, Mn. J. B. Cohernour, Mrs.
ailment. Johnny Becker and Miss Melba
Sever.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Adams will
spend .the week.tend with.. Mr. Mrs. L. B. Sommera of Miami
Adam's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ed:and her daughter Diana an
Causey, in Fort Pierce. guests) at the home of Mrs. B. H.
Edwards.Mr. .
Mrs. J. Lee Smith: left Tuesday
tt: visit relatives In Plant City. I and Mrs, Letter Walkup
moved from Homestead to an
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Krone left apartment at the home of Mr. und
yesterday for their home In Ridge- Mrs. J. H. Simmons on Friilu.

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Cylinder: Heads, Alumlnoro Castings ad Boilers ') TOTLAVD SEARS-FOURTH FLOOR

AalomoUv )tae; tae Rep lrtn -Catering to garages la anaht .

bearing poorfatg and aligned reaming, connecting. red pouring SEARS IWE
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Pace Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday December 10.1937 .


MRS DANIEL WILLIAMS FATHER'S NIGHT PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN
IS NEW W. M. 8. PRESIDENTMrs.
Daniel Wllllimi of Modellc BY REDLAND P.-T. A. THIS EVENING

I was elected president of the Wo --

L Social Events I men's Missionary Society of tin!! The Redland P.-T. A. will haveFather's grammar school children will sing

Homestead Methodist Church ai(t a Night program In the Christmas carols.
a meeting In the church Tuesday
Redland school auditorium this An attendance prize will be
The other officers elected were:: evening at I o'clock. Dr. Russ given to the room having the most

MISS LOIS BEAM WEDS ELMER HAYDENIN vice-president, Mrs. J. A. McNeill,: A. Williams of Miami will ..peak"ne.u4' fathers present and one to the room
recording secretary, Mrs. A. M.
on in Every Day Things"and having the moat parents present
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH THURSDAY Logan; corresponding secretary, members of the associationwill Miss Eleanor Williams will con-

Mrs. J. D. Redd; treasurer, Mrs. prevent a skit duct a story hour for children.
C C. D. Eaker assistant. treasurer,
; Education." "Pafent-T"Ch-j Cookies and
Miss Lois tlcllle Beam, daughter short Jacket had sleeves puffed I Mrs. E. S. Caplinger. The following 'er punch will be served]
The school band during the social hour.to .
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of Mr. and Mrs. Ward T. Beam ol at the top and trim at the wrist, superintendents were elected, al
Mrs. Bowling O. Dye, the matronof I Vc: children's work Mrs. E. J. Pa- --
Homestead and Elmer Byron Hay
honor, wore a brick crepe appli don, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron trimmed frock with beige
accessories
que
; Bible study, Miss Jennie Lob-
I ON 37TH
ANNIVERSARY
Harden ot Aberdeen, Idaho, were and a corsage of white dell; mission study, Mrs. J. J. Richards OF MARRIAGEI

married In the First Baptist I roses. ; missionary magailne, "World I .

Church of Homestead yesterday The bride's mother wore a blue Outlook", Mrs. W. H. Nolan; spiritual i I Mr. and Mrs A. W. McVIcker Mr. and Mrs. McVIcker as a

afternoon at 4 o'clock. The ceremony >J crepe ensemble with blue accessories life, Mrs. Ceo. Hanson; and celebrated the thirty-clxlh annl- surprise gift by one of the Miami

WIt performed by the Rev and a corsage of talisman local work' Mrs. D. L. Bowen. Mrs.i I Ivenary of their marriage on De- I bakeries, and Mrs. C. N. Hender-

C. N. Walker, pastor of the church, roses. O. I* Showalter was made pianist .cember 1, and In honor of the son of Miami brought them a cake

In the presence of relatives and Mr. Dye served as best man, .---- 'event'members of the former Wo- decorated with plnk-.roso ornaments -
friends. and Allen Neill and Ansel Bar- MBS. HUBERT NICIIOLS n.100'. Club of Princeton surprisedt I and an Inscription.

Light was furnished by a tall row, as ushers. GIVES BRIDGE PARTY tm with a pot-luck luncheon at : Covers wer laid for: Mr. and
white candelabrum and two matchIng The bride Is a graduate cf Mrs Preston B. Bird won the their home In Princeton.Mr. Mrs. McVIcker, 1In.Frank Mc-

shorter ones that stood In a Homestead High School and she high score prize at a bridge party I and Mrs. McVIcker have Stay Mrs. Ole Peterson! Mrs. C.
background of palms and flowers. has attended the Florida State I riven by Mrs. Hubert Nichols at l.ved in Princeton for the p tat H. Pepper Mrs. W B. Nutt Mrs.J. .

; The flowers were a balanced arrangement College for Women and the her home Tuesday afternoon Mrs. :2? years, anj Mrs. McVIcker served L. Murray Mrs. Chas. Behnfns,

of yellow and pink palachian State Teacher's Russell Home won low score prize; as president of the Princeton M... R. Y. Burr, Mrs. J. M. Brown

;, gladioli and tiny white chrysanthemums ,, For the past two years she AP-i Mrs Adrian Jacobs; the floating riot for two years.A Mrs. Frank Beinnker and Mis.
In tall wrought Iron hold- ,served as a beautician in prize; and Mrs. Curtis Monroe, three tier cake was present Ottto Bernecker.

ers. Wrought iron pot holders wood, but has maintained the cut prize.

decked with vines stood at either membership in the Junior Wo- Schlnus berries were used In a JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB made by the Woman's Missionary
man's Club of Homestead.The red and white color scheme.
side.Mrs. PLANS CHRISTMAS PARTY Union of the First Baptist Church
Julian H. Webster playedthe bridegroom was born in Individual pumpkin pies with The Junior Woman's Club will I at a meeting in the church Wed
r bridal chorus from "Lohengrin" Othello, Wash and was graduated whipped cream and coffee were nesday. Mrs.' R. E. Edwards
give a Christmas party at the the
the processional and Men- from Aberdeen High School He served.
as
home of Mrs. 3. S. Horton on Mon- I president, presided during- the
I delsaohn's wedding march as the has attended also the Southern The guests were: Mrs. J. Paul business session.A ,
day, Dee 20, according to plansmad
recessional, and during the ceremony Branch of the University of Idaho Reynolds, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, I I Christmas
at a business meeting of the program was given
4 she played softly "Believe at Pocatello and the University of Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. J.
club Monday evening. Mrs. David by Circle Three under the
Idaho at Moscow. Webb Mrs. A. O. Cain Mrs. J. A.//
1 Me If All Those Endearing Young leadership of Mrs. C Hagler Rice.
Barnes was admitted
Charms" Before the ceremony Immediately after the ceremony,,Pollard, Mrs A. W. Hutchinson as a new Miss Elizabeth
Schatz the
member. was
-I she played two selections, and Mrs the young couple left for a short! Mrs. P. L. Baker, Mrs. Bird, speaker and Mrs W. L. Rosemond
\ Hunter Harden sang "1 Love You"I honeymoon trip through the state Horne and Mrs. Jacobs. Mn.// Those present were: Mrs. Stanley gave the devotionaL

i Truly." When they return, after Dec. 14, WIttkop, Mrs. Augustus Wynn

\ The bride was lovely In a beige Mr Hayden will engage in farm- The Calendar Mrs. Herbert Turner, Mrs. E. A.!CLUB CONSIDERS SITES

ensemble with green accessoriesand Ing.Among J5; 10Redlan: ""P.-T: : Buchanan. Mrs. Harold Oxford FOR PUBLIC REST ROOM
A.
: a corsage bouquet of white the out-of-town guests Mn. L. T. Proctor, Mrs, Burley
rotes and candytuft Her green Invited to the wedding were: Mrs meeting.Dec. Dendy, Mrs. A. M. Low. Mrs. Sites for a proposed publli
11 Dance at lounge and rest room, were considered -
: felt hat had a wide, flaring off-the- Bull\ Goode and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Homestead J. D. Perkins, Mrs. Bruce Ennls
face brim and It matched in tone of Shelby, N. C., cousins of the Country Club. Mrs. E. J. Dyal, Mrs. L. B. Daiuey, at the meeting of the
11 Redland Ladles' Aid Homestead B. P. W. C. Monday
Dec.
I her gloves and the suede appli- bride; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morris Misses Allot and Grace Hotaon,
qued on her belt. Her gown was and Robert LaFever of MiamiMiss ; food sale in Homestead.Dec. Miss May Bradley, M'st Ellen evening.
12 house The program for the social meetIng -
Open In art
fashioned with a lace yoke that Ethel Peterson of Fort Pierce; Huff and illis Pearl Whitaker.
I I on Dec. 20 will be arranged byMrs.
room of H. H. S. at I o'clock.
\ formed the sleeves, and at the high and Mr. and Mrs. Homer David, .
W. Johns
Dec. 11 Musical and M. it was An
I neckline were two green crystal Dr and Mrs. D. Roper and Mr. and program W. M. V. PLANS
art exhibit art Homestead YEAR nounced.
tllps. The skirt sllmly tailored, Mrs. Harold Neill, all of Hollywood in room. in FOR NEW SUPPER
The
members decided
High School from 3 to S to give
was act high on the waist Her I II' .* Plans for
o'clock. Its annual pot luck fifty cents each to the Christmas
supper on New Year'i Eve were Cheer fund.
Dee. 13-Meeting of Homestead
j :MISS HELEN LIVINGSTON IS ELECTED P.-T. A. at 8p.m.

I WORTHY MATRON OF HOMESTEAD 0 E. S. t W. 13-Meeting of Monday
t \ Music Club at home of Mrs J. L.
Burton at 330.:

Miss Helen Livingston was Rudolph Mattson. Installation Dec. 14 Business meeting of

I elected worthy matron of Ad As services will be held In the L O. Woman's Club of Homestead.

tra -Chapter of the order of the O. F. hall on Dec. 31. Dec 13 Meeting of American

; Eastern Star Friday night Other About $ZUO was made by the Legion Auxiliary at home of Mr,

officers elected were: worthy patron Areme Club of the chapter at its J. A. Smith at Ip.in.

Ralph Moon; associate matron recent bazaar and supper, accordIng Dec. 18 Redland Home Demonstration )g
Miss Alice Macomber; as- to a report made at the meet- Club Christmas party' pu%
,. smite patron. Chas. Q. Turner; In Redland Community Church. sow'" et

.1 secretary, Mrs. William M. Johns; Ing.The worthy matrons and patrons Dec. 18 Social meeting of V P Twsnsss '
treasurer Mrs. R. W. Mulllns; of District 28 will be entertainedby ledland Home Demostratlon Club. mttl gift .1 this MMtrb ..l..l
( pay "sal et ter.n tt MM.
conductress, Mrs. Frank Schneider; Ad Astra Chapter on Dec. IT, Dec. 17 Installation services

and associate conductress, Mrs. it was decided. of Narsnja Chapter of O. E.: S. Llyyel/J First INDOOR
Dec. 17 Ad Astra r
Chapter'
rev,u.'SLmb
entertainment for worthy matrons Chocolates
GARDEN CLUB MEETS were: Mrs. A. E. Howarth Mrs. J. weAdrienneSetof
I and patrons
AT ROMAN'S CLUB M. Holding, Mrs. H. C. Reid, Mrs.
Dec. 17-Amateur hour at 8
The South Dude Garden Club Joel J, Robinson, Mrs. H. L. Burn-
m. at Neva King Cooper School.Dec. .
: ham, Mrs. James McCready, Mrs. p.
: voted Monday at Its meeting the 18 Junior Woman's Club
Elberta Bule, Mrs. C. P. Jackson, Spedalchaidlnes
i Woman's dub building to give dance at Country Club for Christ-
Mrs W. R. Powell. Mrs. Jos. M. Cosmetics Stationery
I five dollars to the Christmas Cheer mat Cheer fund.
Oay. Mrs. L. J. Pace, Mrs. H. F. tD
Pec. 18 Midnight show at Aso Aslws DD 4yursrrcC
fund. Potter, Mrs. N. G. Ball, Mrs. J. D. 14l.reJ L
Seminole Theatre for Christmas
The president, Mrs. R. J. Shepherd Redd, Mrs Annie Butler, Mrs. Wm. TALCUM 24L syo 5e sBOyYa
Cheer fund.
opened the meeting by read Dunlop Mrs. O. S. Rawlins, Mrs. I _
; big gardener's prayer, and Mn Grace M, Smith and Mrs. E. F. Dec. 10 Legion Christmas 49MJ' SSILVEa c
Harry D. Wolf recited "A Gar Mix. party. BOOKS ESa

dances Smile." Mrs. W. D. Bishop e .+'r A
.. described Ulric Free' bird REDLAND AID TO HOLD \ 2 5 pesa # /'OSesocaat
+ 1 sanctuary and the color and beauty SALE HERE SATURDAYThe tal .'s

of the nearly one hundred varieties Ladies' Aid of the Redland

I" of birds: It contains. Mrs. IL Comunlty Church will hold a
\i' t Derbyshire read an article on Chrlstma sal and a bake sale tomorrow sh early forCHRIST

Florida aa a health resort and told in the Redd Building from \G ,1'-6; REM EMBER io S 4Sd.ndtg

about the beauties of our Interesting ( a. m. until 9 p. m.
scenery. (Uie genuine

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h The next meeting it was decided The Areme, Club will meet this # woeaae
will be held Jan. 3. I afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee EUGENE Permanent R e

Present besides those named H. Lehman 'selling
>:- wegs-

lsektg saWssW .

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i i DHNCE I SoI.-w--:, .,.

I I, "s"ift;with, semi" Esaine

,Jedwa.Ltc.; .M 'dreW rant' LIU DRUGS i
i IIEM OLSON'S ORCHESTRA War S* he memo.-wia a&

Jaml! MdulMhm said e.wtsr I

i Sat. Night, Dec. 11,-9 till? )t- I

THE DIXIE DRUGHomestead
HOMESTEAD COUNTRY CLUB Bush's Barber Shop


ibllraasON-assess. II.se, else IS> Tt*. tAont ran j & Beauty Parlor Florid

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';, Friday, December 10, 1937 THE ENTERPRISE Paw Seven



SOCIAL EVENTS I FLANS PRESBYTERIAN FOR CHRISTMAS AUXILIARY PARTY I V.r: NOTICES


-- ...._-_. .... Final detail for a Christ a Certificates law, ike property Kill W dtttrlhi ludoMiod ..I.CLASSIFIED ADS ;I"j

program which will tit given De< I ...../.USak.M MM to Ibo hldMrt but. : .
eEMOS'TRATE: CHRISTMADECoRAT1073
fO j I 1111 it the Presbyterian Church of at till Court Mw dome o. the lINt Mat
AT PARTY / ro tko mounted of January. low ...... : First Insertion IB* a line; subsequent bused ions "
Homestead by the Woman's AuxIliary tho third day .'. '
Redland Kinte Dernonstra Doted thto dJaMpsv.ay _ihrr H line
The were planned at a meelini I l IM' j a .
B. B. LEATHKRNAN.Olork .
n Club Invite tile public to of the auxiliary Thursday at the of Circuit Court. ---..--- .

ttend IU Christmas party on home of Mn R. C. Jacluon. The Duals County Flood. FOR RENTFOR

k unda, of next week In UM children' program will be liven I oilcan Court to Boat M. C. BTCBRKTT: D.No 0. 1 FOR SALE House 4 apart-

':;(.land Community Owch. the evening of Dec. 22. < .. I.. II; 15,.. I. M\ RENT-furnished apartment meets, eel South Krome avenue.

The church will be de.."ated, Those present were: Mn II I S. Has good Imitation tile roof. Offered
NOTICE Of' APPLICATION FOR TAI 1 C. R. Bigger, 184 N. E.
or Christmas, and a prograuol Wolf Mr. J R. Hickion, Mri DEED. CHAPTER IJ4W. ACTS Of IMPILB 2nd ave. ( ;) at an .al'racttve prios. See \

iristmas tongs stories and con Paul: Haley, Mr. A. F. Darling. I NOTICE: IS HEREBY.-IAII GIVEN thoA me for details. Cameron. Phone

tit will be given li-s. B. E. GaUln Mn. J. M. Hoi w. LMnvn, kol
.1 In addition there will be a dam Mrs. R Tu Conirfcnte No. 1IH hared: tho M
,; fer\v, Mn. A. F. Arthur ment. Water. lights and bath
day of Anno*. A. O ISM. bM tape MMra riNK COUNTRY HOME, S acres
.::cmtriUon of the making of Christ Y. herr Mr E. L. Nelson Mn. C. iv uffho sad ko OH** ...._ I*. Prefer man and wife. No children -
and other decors ,a loti d..d to k> ward amCwwimto .. modern house 7 fsotttsi; large "
wreaths
mss Ben lummer, Mn. A. A. Payne .. or dog S. H. Fitch. Kings ,
...10.... tho follow.%& dew. front and back porches, I-CM
. \lone. Mr*. It J. Armstrong II and three guests, Mrs T. S. Raw I d pqI. HMat county of Dado, But. Highway, East (olS U)) and servants'
.: of the party and Mrs flortd* owHiNU garage quarters,
chairman Mn. J. W. Irwin and Mn
ling, of NIPS rf NITS ol IWU .... lUre tropial .hrulbery. This
I M. A. Baker and Mr*. Ceo E. A. Epperson. thM \.. Township M *....tIt. Rea.. II FOR RENT 10 acre scarified : : i
Rut containing I ...N* mart ut Ino.la is a show plaoe. $150000. Some
,'peuel are on the decorating corn I land f 13 an acre. J. L. Hilton
Ux Oomtr of Dodo. RUM 01 riorMo.Too terms.. Cameron Homestead
omit tee. LEGAL NOTICES" OMoMraoHt ., sold. property undo,. Noranja. (13tf)) Phone 71
.
.-Mr*. Nellie Murphy of the Ml- UM sold omlflnw Issued was I* tko MOI
oft Potor ...Um. i iI
rims office gave instruction the NOTlrll 0' APPLICATION FOR TA'DRRD. : I Val_ said owtlflMto oholl too i......- FOR SALE PINK LAND '
., ACTS OP IM'
nll IltIT
fa
Sn king of Christmas wreaths and Standing U low too 1"-7 doKrlbothmlil .

,"Th D block printing at a work meet- NOTICE: PILE IS HEREBY NO.! A-tllT GIVEN tkaVlrtntla ot tho Ooorl will ko kmioo oU to Doe hl.hM tint ohM. A. West Mow\') $50 per acre ; I

held Dec. 2. Present were: N. CouiMolnuu, bolder. ISW., latm Slat. : day I* UM month .ti".I_ .:= ROSE BUSHES: Guaranteed 10 A. Epmore Drive $50 per acre
: No.
Jl.g and Couuty Ta< Certificate to the IH dar of Joniiorr. 5555.
LUrs f Seymour Dane. MM. E. A the, Ith day of A_. A. 1). IMt Its.. D.te4 this 111k day of "k.wwmber.' 1111E yr. old fleldgrown I-I 10 A. Coconut Palm $55 per acre

r'Carter Mrs. A. E. Darnel, Mn filed llcutlon. MUM" far lu t uiy tax offM dead, ta and ko KM wind. made than up. I CUrt. B LEATHERMAN of Clmlt Omri ing varieties. Fall planting 30 A. 11.5'l-38 ..__. $15 per acre :
,
, Baker, Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner, Jr.,. ... Bold Ontrleaur. onikrnnai the 'follow Canada >k..'id<. Free catalogue. TYTEX ROSI 140 A. North Krome Ave. $10 per
I kv diuurlbod vmvorty In tht Oounlr 01 Il.lDag. acre. Cameron phone 73
'Mrs. W. D. Mahan and Mn. Arm- Dod Sate of Florida tn-wlt. Circuit Court NURSERIES TYLER, TEXAS. ,
Br N. C. RTERRrTT. GNo Homestead.
'itrong.MBS. av.i or RWU of SWH tortte. is. ( *. I.. H, Dot. 6. !" I (424) ,
Sooth Haun 4O Bart
" Township M
I roatatutn It Aer o, moro or I.4 In 1'01SALE Tropical plants -
LONNIE HOOD TO BE the County of Dado, sate ., 11_.. NOTICE OP APPLICATION DEED row TA1 FOR SALE Buick coupe 1931 rus trees and tropical fruit in /'
" Tho OHotommt of MM. lease 4 aerie. 'I model. A-l condition. Ernest P
"MUSIC CLUB HOSTESS Ml N.. IMIt
the old oortlflrato bouod WM lu tht nan. Reason Jungle: Grove, RedUnl
NOTICE M HERESY: GIVEN Owl D. IMrMillla. Roberts. (n28 If)
Mn. Lonnie Hood Mn. A. W nfl Integrity MM CoreUultM oortlfleatt tkall ko 7.da.m knitter of City of Hi.lah. tiloortlflrotM road and Plummer drive.

Hutchlnson and Mn. W. B. Milli *i aivardlnit to law tko nroporty drorrlhntbmla I Numbered I* OIH| 90. dot:' FOR SALL:-One restaurant or
UM tth day of tan, A D. IUI. ko ilk
will ko Mid to the rl._ kkW.1.t R. I. RED rR\'ERS-l.lve or arem
will be hostesses to the Monday the Court house door on Uw floW Mnn. old Cortiriootoi ta my ofr...... and Mioiodo grocery Ice refrigerator Price
opplbatlo. ( tu dead to bomOwm ed. Free delivery In city. Phone
Music Club at a Christmas mutl- day lu the month of January lass whtclto or low. Royal Palm State Park
l irnordoneo with
> km Sold Oor
McEwen Poultry Plant.
IIM.Daw. 835-M.
at the home of Mrs tho Ird day ot January. ... ...
cal tea Monday thin mk Still "' ooibron tko following date Ibod (pdlO)
Hood's mother. Mri. 3. L. Burton. R r&SSSRjClork = ..ltuou<. U Dodo Co..", rim

Each member 1* requested la of Clreult Countr Court.Dado r.......... Lot .. Hock IT. HtaMi Orlllnil. In I FOR SALE Second hand pianoIn AIISCELLANEOUSXRAY

bring a gueit Clrwlt Corm $atBy the Cltr of Ht....... Camay of Dodo. good condition. Price at-
N. O. TElllE"r, D. O. Star of norkU, w omkruiod I* Cor. tractive. Homestead Variety EXAM. ONLY $4 00, Including -
Dto. t, 101) inflate No.' W. Tko ooioHnont oloold .
(No> Stl examination
W. M. V. HOLDS pnportr Moor few ooM OortHbMI Store. (pd7) : phjMical
NOTICE OP APPLICATION POll TADEED. >: intend WM U tho .omo ol Us.knew" Miami Health Clinic, 618 N.
ALL OAr SESSION CHAPTER ITtlT. ACTS Of INI Of
W. M. U. circles held an all day PILL: A-Ilil Lot t. Black IT. Hobok Ortalral. h FOR SALE Grapefruit. Isle E. 2nd Ave., Miami. d3-24)
NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN thaijMMtto tko Cltr of HlakMk, County of Dodo, Pines variety, aGe bu. Tangerines
week of prayer meeting Friday Proportt, l..., uoldut But,. ..... of PUxkU. H ...... l. Cor. 2Sc peck. Mrs Eva Collins, WANTED
Wit*!* No. to. Tko OMoiioiotit of
C.rtifkata. Its 9401.
and served a covered dish luncheon ... Ca.etp Tea
.1406. and ..1.. infuse the Md der 01 A.. Mid ommtr ands tko oM COTtHtaooi Modello. (did If)
at noon. Mn. J. C. Vann of I'IIIt A. O. '"I. .. 011.4 mm.am:, Wad woo la tko OOOM of Ualo...*. WANTED Girls' bicycle ,t-
of the offliV.mf'hu'inuit appllcttlol for tnl Unless oold Certificates shall ko room
In charge SALE Heavy canvas
Circle Two was FOR -
had M ko tautd tkoroon. Bold ConlflMtoiomhroM od r..adtae to low, tu 4vd will taw. Inch wheel Redds Dry Cleaners,
program which consisted of a de- tko followlnc ropom" thmoo .. tho 14U day ol DOMWIDOC, Atin. truck cover. 16x20 almost new. Homestead.

votional by Mn. W. W. Wllllan .n the County of Dado, Biota at Florida. D.rlowd Ill?. thin title day 01 Naraba. .. D. Dr. Cooper, Talbott Rd., t 4 ml.

and the following talk, "Sowingthe ...".It wdawu I of MWH Sortloo, S, North of Silver Palm. (did U) FRUIT WANTED Roadside

Seed" Mn. X Law- Township ST South Bonn SI ..t, I B. .. LKATHERMAtr.
Gospel by I Post V mile S. Goulds
Trading
In tko County of Dodo SUM of FloMm ,. Clerk of Circuit Court, ,
rence Scott, "Plans for the Weekof .. onikraood In CoriI'...... No. Dodo County FlcirMir LEGAL :NOTICES 4-A Hwy. (nl'-d0)

Prayer" by Mrs: R. E. Edward,, ..... The iot.uniit of MM oroportyuntVtr c..1t Cowl B.a1.Nom N.. O. S1EKUETT: D. c;.
.wood
"A Shining Light" by Mn. Chas. the the IMUM MM of link.Ortlfknto....... wulu ( II. .'. .11 )" L 181 I .breed lu Cortlrkala No I.... Too WANTED Listings of houses

Martin, "Laborer In Argentine"by :i d I ruJl&oo S. COURT' or--me of .Id pasty Dad" the and apartments for rent. Henry
lohloroutolnln IK TUB CIRCUIT Till MM cwtlfkiau bend WM I.lie
Mr*. D. R. Snyder "Missionary M Anne mm.e or tea. I. I ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IK MUM el Not Ida Klton.I : Behrens & Ben). W. Morris, N.

Work in South Mexico" by Mn.Bert till County of Dado Sated FlorWo, AND roe DADE (COUNTY FLORIDA I tad 4. Block 1. Flurtlton. Pint Rook Krome ave. north of 10-cent
ao ouikraeod In Certificate. No. 0401.Tho NO. tout ,I It, Pan II. as1 Plat Book to, Puo
Andrews, "ChrliUani" by I ntiaitnitr. of MM. property ruder CITY JTOMESTEAD.: t municipal oor, ... In the Town ot Floods City. County store; phone (4. (alS-tf)
Mn 11:. L. Lawrence "Japan'i tko Mid Certificate issued wu In the pasta. of the SUM of Florida Potitlonor. I of Dado, SUM of riorlua, M rm
noun of Unknown.LoM ... STAIR OP FLORIDA. ......_..t, breed In CortlflcaM N. I.... Tkouimimont
Urgent Need of Christ Today" by 11011o'M8'a.. Cook Noting of pratxiood ...,....Jolt of till.I of MM proptrty ondrrtho
Mr*. Vann and "The Chrlitlan'i Martln'a Sufc. Plat Book S. ,... 010 M of MrUftrauu of indebtedness to MM OrtlflroU baud WM In UMnamo Buy a Home
'.. In the County of Dado Suit ofPltrM bt designated M ooupoa ....11....... Mriw I of Mm. Ida Elton. I
Present" by Mn. C. N. Walker. .. M embraced la CortiflMtoNo. I HIT of tho Cltr of HonMotoad "...... Lot: I, Plank I '.....1_, Plat Book I Buy Grove Land
Mn Andrew and Mr*. Walker t4tt. The noioMUiout of MMprtuort dated Ortobrr I. 1011 ... P... M. ear;/ plot Book It, Panto.
cods tko MM OrtlfloaM lo.OUM Tot THH TAXPAYER ANn CITIZKNIOP In the Town of Florid. City Coun.ty .
led In prayer In the morning session ww In the Nome ot Unknown HOMESTEAD.: FLORIDA. of Dado, ...". of FlorMa. M m- j Buy Glade Land
and Mr*. Elizabeth Schatz U..... Mid. Conirlcntoa" hall ho rdmnicl .. Notkw to sanity ilvou that an order wai brooms In Cat rime No. 1044. The
ncoordlne to law, tko loport duly uiado and ttttend lu the nboro rn. nmotmont ol MM proper'v undnr ant It Is my arm belief that higher -
and Mr*. Julia Polk and Mn.: Cath- bee..two thermos will ko aold kt Use high tooled MUM by few mnrublo H. r At. Mid COrtll...... bourd ...- M 1 lie Rome prices are Imminent.
erine Plckard In the afternoon art olorto* at the Court *OUM Soar on th. Mason, Judio of the Clroult Court of thl, uf M.... Ida !'.It...
J. W. Gil- first Monday In tko month of January.IM ,I tinseled Judicial Clm.ll of tko BUM, olFlorMa. Lot S. Blook I. llonltoi? Flat Book Don't dribble about prlee.non" .
U the afternoon Mn. ohkh to the Ird day of January, Ml. In and for the County of Dodo, M. Pan II. ood Plot. Back It, Pan wait.
mer gave the devotional; Mr. W. Dated this 11th day of Novmb. IMTE. on Narrmbir It, 1117 ni.ln.l the BUD (4, In Ibo Town of ......... City, Conn.ly .
B. LKATHEKMAN. of Florida, requiring It, throuch tits But.,. ol Dado. State ol Florida, M on.bntod Buy new.
:C. Lewis spoke on "Three Young Clark ft llroult Court I Attomoy of the Mid Cln-ult. to ohm. In CnUtMato No. 1041 The .
Chinese Christian) Mr*. T. D. Dado County, Florid* MUM on tho lath day of December, loll. M.i tiuint of Mid nroprrty undtr the I You'll thank mt for this suggestion
Wo- Circuit Court sal at the bawd It MO oVHwk. A. M on .MM, MM Lortlflrala Seemed WM In UM Mm a few months hence.
Piche on "Roman Baptist my N. O. ITF.RRE'M'. n. 0IN date, nl the Clroult Cvurt Simon In thi .4 Mrs Ida
men"; Mn. Goo. Wright on, : .... 15, t0 : 0.0. .. U), : Courthouse In the City of Miami Count, Unisex MM.t1'I..... .h.11 bo rt- II. A. Cameron
South of Dtda, lu Mid ClmiH, why I4HI.010'ti damd Intention to tow tko roo"'"
"Strong Foundation in I NOTICE OP APPLICATION! POR TAI ,Cortlflrotoo IndrbtodntM dtodrnatod a:: door bed thtroln will hi told M tkt klfk.I .
China"; Mr. Wllllan on "Stewardahlp" DEED. CHAPTER U..,. ACTS tP IUI ''Coupon CortlflcoMo.. ...,.. HIT" pro I-t I bidder at the Court boon door on the
FILM A..... voted to W hoard ky Mid City of Homo. fir Monday In the month of January.
; and Mn. Harry Hall, on NOTICE: IS HKBHMY GIVEN thai, red. Florida, should not.bo ralUalod. aa.. Send, whk-h h the Srd day nt January the Coonty ol Dodo SUM ot FIori.... .-
"A Girl of Jame Memorial". iMMtM ...........,... Ina. koUor nl Sun !_I...... .......... I. Cortlflonu No 74M Tow
S. L. and County Tax Ctrtlflcuw No. 10191 If any Unpayw or oMIorn of told Clt,,;. "itatoi this lot day at 0.-,..... IWT as MM pmportr rant II*
Present also were: Mr*. arced the lot day of Ainiut. A. D. lot?. of _..,.., tlorMu, kM any MUM t"" (. B LKATHrRMAN MM O.eUnttkete kee.d WM In tko homed
West, Mn. A. D. Smith Mn. N. J. hum flood MUM In my afftoo. and .IMO modiapplwntlon .how why ourb CortincoMo of Indrbtodnan Clark ol Circuit Court.: Somurl K. Conor.
for a too dad M ko braes ......1. not bo huuwd MlMuud n.. Dodo eou.". Florida. IMO II to It Blab. S, Sllrrr Palm'
Fleming, Mn. M. M. Lawrence, 'h...... said. CortlflcaM ombracM th.folltwlnc oonflrrMd ho lo required to ohow owl Ctrtuit Court .Ron Pork a,... Plot Book IS,
Mn. L. A. WUe Mrs. J. M. Forte dotorlbod nroporty la the Couotlat MUM Want Mid Court nt Iho ooid Uiw"wrtNFBR 1 Inv N. C. STKRRKTr. D. O. lu the County nl DastatetPoor of Fk rMu. ,
Dodt, Sated Florida. Mlti (Uoo. I, It IT. ... M *nibrao>d I. CortlrwaU N..
Mrs. Mae King, Mn. A. J. Van Lot It. Cask and MortlM ......... off.y : nw ahtnaturl and official Mn I .11'1 I I"" Th MoooWMOl Mid ptoporU
Marter Mrs. O. P. Wright, Mr*. BnUon 4. Townthlp 17 South.Ronn 1 ., MuUl In glass county, FIooI.hlo I NUTS OP APPLICATION FOR ], ...r the Mid C.rHflr.1. Issued WM
M & ...."'1.. It A... U day '4 11I_..... A. n. HIT. barn ,I In tho nnuM ol ......, IS. ConorUnkuo
Pete Morgan Mn. G. A. West moro or M.,. Plat Hook S nan M, B. H. LEATHRIIAN.he I Chapter ITIIT Ave .( IIM A M4TNtrTirn I MM CortlflrnlM thai bo PrdMO.
Mrs Frank Irwin, Mn. C. Hagler In WM County of Dado, BUM ol Fan Dork of flnult Court of tin is HntrtjY LIVEN that >d ontordliif to law, tko property domlbod
Ic\.. .........11I JuduHnl drtuH In ant Mary ... Boll held, of state and Conn.ty 1 thorn will W wW to the highest hl Rice the Rev. C. N. Walker. Dr. Tko ttootimmt ol amid onport undoiho For Dado Cool." PurMa.Clnull I Tot CortlfMOM No. ttl koutd thIrd > ol, tow Court b .. door on ,. lint MonW -
Willian Mr. Edward and Mr. Van Mid ....1'.lonto bead WM laM awe ( Court Small doy of Aua-uot A. D. "'11. bM m... the n.wh of Joniu.'> IN, whwk
oft Unknown.UnkM Hr M. SWIFT. 0..,.., Cbrk. MUM In my ,...., nnd k., mado ...I\- : lid doll at : itwVMud .
Marter. Mid CortlflMte. ahall bo rtdtonMiloomrdln IRA C. HAYCOCK ration for a tna a od M b <..u.d thtruonSoM this Offs day of Nomuh.r WU.C .
to low the papacy -...... I Miami, riorMaSolicitor Oortlflrau ..- the foHowk P LEA1HFRMAN
bowls will bo told to Slow hi.....' bldiloiat for PotHlonorINo dmrrlbrd nmxrrr In loo t"until of DauXSuto Clark of tkuuH Court. ,
FATHER MELROSE SPEAKSTO Ibo Court Houoo door on tho IM Mom I .. It; Dot I. 10, HIT) at Fhu ln. to-wltl ,II. Axis County Plorldn
WOMAN'S AUXILIARYThe lay In tho month of January I.... wkudt Leon U and It Mlook 5. QmnnnnPark imdt Court BM
the Ird day of January, Itll.Dated i NOTICE: or APPI (CATKIN FOR TAI a ..10. Blot Bank It. page It. Py H :. STPRRrrr. D. C.
Rev. Tho M. Melrose thin l"h day of )1_...... IMT DEEDCkaptor ro tho County of Dado, SUM ol Flown (Nu.. It. N. Do,. S, 10)
poke on the possibilities for work L B. t-ATllfcRMAN IT41T..M W IIIL File No .. I
Clark of Circuit. Court A tt.'ONOTICPJ : Is snow NOTHK: OP APPIirATlOW FOR TAX:
here at the meeting of the Woman'sAulllary Dado County, Florida. I IB MKKH.HY OIVEN thaiAloma uJ'.J'n TAW In thomo I Dl ED. of St. John' Episcopal ClmuH Court goal holder of Town nf Flor.Ma .' aft UnknownUnUot Fit R A>!tllNOTICK
By N. r STERRETT D. 0 1 City Tat forairiratfo No. less 1041 Mid otrtlllraM .....1 .. _I II. 1* HKNFHY: GIVEN thaifoanHM i
Church Friday at the home of Mr (No It, Nl Dot .. MlOTirg 11)48. I04S. I.... and I.4I, omen Iho.lucj aooordlnv to low, tkt nrunorty dviirlkrd Prci>.rttoo. Inr. bolurr at 0',.,, I
Edw. StIDn,. Amy of July A. D. I.... kM MM MUM thorain will Joo toM 10 lid klukootbkbbr >nd County Tom Oettlf...,. Nu. IIU Iwirdtho .
luncheon )( OP APPLICATION Volt TAD In my offko and kM Moot appllMtwifn at tho Court ...... dour on ...... Oak day at Auvurt. A. D. lot "boo
A covered dish meeting DKBO. CHAPTER nu,. ACTS OP I MlPll > Lax Mid to kt weed thormi. amid first Monday la thr nui ,li of January, fit.' .I M... lu my uffVr and hM tout
at the home of Mn. Richard ,B A-"" OrMirlraUo membrane the following ttm.rrturd lots, which to tko Ird day ol Janunry 'I.MII>tl raw n Mt *V.d to bo h...-doo
thaijMnMW ,. : : .... .. Said. rtlflMt. mkrr Goes
NOTICE IS MEREST GIVEN nroportphi the tkt Towa of Flu l .1 -
Huff was planned for Jan. 14 In Propmthui, I....., ...... of Slab,. .... City County of Dodo, State ol Flat bawd this lot any ,f _...... tin whu doMriV 11 I present, ,In the O,unlp
honor of the chairman of the fifth and County fax U tao No. 1550.m''I..... to-wHt P. H I, :ATHKRMAN, I.P Dodo. SUM ol FV>rMa. towlLot ,
who '505, .bound. the Tth dK of July, A D Lot 1. Blook. I, .....It.... I M Hook Clerk .d Circuit Court 'I. Cook ,a MwlM Sul a .,.'1.
diocese of louthern Florida KM. ban filed Woman hi my ufflao. and hoi M havo It. one Plot Book 2% PawN Daw Om 1Itf. PtorMn Plat Nook S. luun w tonulnlu '""
will be a guest Mn. i. A. Hooks, ado >puUcatlDn far n Un dotd to bo ktinNthcrton. :I In the Town of FlorMa Ch>. Conn.r Coma Gears SM Acre, t.Aro or kjw ,. tko denary ut '
Sold CorUfkoui emotions tkollowlnc <' of Dodo, State nf ,....... M m. I fl, N. C. STr' .II ITT D O. !>* >, BUM at FkirMo.Tbr .
Mn. J. It Gauaens and Mn. W. dam.fie.4 proptrly It tko Come. leaned In Certificate.. MM. ThoMiaioniint IBM ', It, 1'i 14. SI I I. I nuMMmont of Mid _.Palo .'..dorIk.
J. Dark gave report of the district ty of Dodo Sate ol rlorOa .wi4. of MM. property undrr MM Nicola bead WM In the tall ,.-
Lot 11, Cook .....1... 'ob. Pint ant Mid CrotlftFM ........ wn In IMnouM NOTICE or AppLirAiioM FOR TAX Unknown, .
meeting at the Holy Crass Book L paw M, oonuloho: It A.MO of Hal Ida 1'1_ BEEIt. CHAPTPP I 1-961. ACTS UF INI UM_ MM ...."..... ....11 h* MoWu
Church In Miami en Nov. 29. 1 Morn or ..... MM Casey of Dao. Lot r Bluuh I Flortlbm. Plat Book FILM MI not :I aecordlr. to law, the ,w.e-rte: bran'
SUM of Flatta. *l ouibrond In Car.tlflroM I II, raw to. and Plat Book It. Pan* NOTICE M MPRUIY GIVEN tknt nl5 will ko oM M tlu kih. bPUn
Present were Mr. Ruth Scott No, ,..... The aoMtooMno of It, M the Town ol Florida ca"y. Oounlrnf W. O. TumoH. Maids of State and Conn.t 01 the Court been dame on Iho fine Mom.
Mr* Helen Heckler, Mrs. Hubert MM papery nador the Mid UortUlonMtotnnd Dadt. Sate ol FlorMa. M ........ Too Orr>.rtvteo Win I4M and T404. boiwd day n the month of J...... ItM, whim% "
WM In One meow of Unknown. ad I. Cwtlllooto No. 1041. Tho at.MM tho Til day ut July A. D ..... kMfllod to th> Ird day of January ItM
Potter Mr Cha Baker Mr Lot IT. Cooke Martini Sols Put _., of .w. property und.w t" MAO lu nry o ,la.. .... .bM UMdoaaplknlkni Dave thai 17th day of Nmankrr, "". r
Gate N. Wakrfleld, Mrs. Lee Book L pan M. (.. .* It AOTMman Ottlffc-nM hwutd WM la looluun far a tan 4-td M, ko hwnodHuron. & B. LEATMIfhUAN.Cwrkol .
I or ..... In tht County of Dodo of Mss Ida Raw Bold CunUlraUa oaibroea IbofolMwkis OuuJt Court
H. Lehman Mrs. Gauzeiw, Mrs. ante uf Florida an oniknotd In Cor.ttflMM Lot .. Block I. PWoltou. Plot Book doMrlbod pruu.ny. In Van CoooTof MtDad.* County 00.01.Union .
Hooks Mrs dark and Mrs Stll- N., T Alto. The ununm..t of II. Paw I.. and Put Book It. Pat ,..., sate of Plaids. h>wUl c-
MM '_F unaW the MM rmlfkwW the Town of Floods City, C- Loop 1 to 11>u* ralM"Park. y' IFTf.
,.. -II- 'iaamdwme9..I0wemt.ot.d.../.-r 04144,D.O.r sea d -..... ear S ...., PUt S leK; nan 11. In-*. iNa, a NR u..! : of.
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Pare Eight TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, becember 10, 1937


ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS

I Bulk DryPrunes Miracle

CLASSROOM SOUND FILMS TO BE SHOWNAT Whip

HOMESTEAD P.-T. A. MEETING MONDAY

Salad
Monday evening the HomesteadP.T. mas Cheer committee or the P.T.A. .
A. members will see moving School children will bring Dressing -
some toys fer the Christmas baskets 2 lbs for -
picture that art intended to bused
she laid, and WPA workersare
In teaching various subject making attractive toys for
in the classroom. The derooottralton 'them.
win be given ty All who can spare scraps of thin 15c oft %r
Gordon 8. Cook of Fort Lauderdale I materials or silk suitable to :
visual education consultant, doll clothes are asked to take themat I
in the school auditorium at 1ocloek. once to the WPA workroom In Kellogg'sRiccKrispies

the Future Farmer clubhouse, she I RINSO LIFEBUOY
At a meeting of the executive said. ,
committee of the association Tuesday Arrangements are being made

morning Mrt. R. H. Done was by: the committee, Mrs Bird .said r LARGE REGULAR FOR '2 for ................ 27c
elected finance and budget chairman to tau six children an afternoonfor 3 20C
to succeed Mrs. H. P. Mc- four days next week to the 23c 3 for 25c 'iiI! 1 Pep Bran............laAH
Daniel who will not be able to dental clinic In the school administration
because of her recent! building In Miami.
eration.serve Mrs C. H. Stetfani was op- The executive committee de- TOILET for ......._... 2&
made library chairman, to check I cided before buying supplies need LUX FLAKES LUX 5QAP JULIETTE
out and In books from the county ed for the science department, because ,
circulating library and to co-op-I of an error In last year's LARGE REGULAR. 4- XMAS WRAP Meal or Grits
erate with the city library In requisition list, to try once more
ing needed books for the high to get the needed chemicals from 'iA 23c 2 for 19c \i 4 cake 27c
5 Ibs 19c
school the school board.; Principal J. A. _u.
Mrs. P. B. Bird, of the student Rehwinkel made the request that PURERUttVKETABLE
aid committee asked that namesof afternoon, and succeeded la getting Bordcn's Silver Cow Fancy Blue Rose
needy families throughout the the promise I minimum SPR
district be turned to the Christ supply
MILK : lHJ..NG RICE
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MRS. D E. BASHOR IS WORMY MATRON 5 57c 22C
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3 tall cans...21c ?,. 5 Ibs u. 23c
OF NARANJA EASTERN STAR CHAPTERMrs.

PILLSBURY'S BESTFLOUR20 BABY
D. E. Basher of Goulds la MRS. W. E. LEWIS IS
now worthy matron of Naranja W. M. C. HOSTESSW. Ibs. 95q illlABEANSChase
Chapter of the Order of the East- M. U. Circle Three met at
the home of Mrs. W. E. Lewis on
Star. Other officers chosenat
em Tuesday. The president, Mrs. C.Haler & Sanborn dated 2 Ibs. :- .- 15cCoffee
the annual election Dec. 2, are: ,
Rice presided during the
worthy patron, W. H. Owens; associate -
Lewis
business meeting. Mrs.
gave WHITETOMATOES
BOB
matron, Mrs. Walter The
27c
the devotional a Christmas story
Thompson; associate patron, and Mrs. S. L. West read from the ,
ter Thompson; conductress book "Saved to Serve". It was
Rosalie Chapman; associate wal-I decided that the circle wilt sssist
ductress Mrs. Robert Ben; the other circles In furnishragChristmas ; 1' 2 cans __ __ 15c
retary Mrs. Chat. L. Ooley; and gifts for a boy in the ill
treasurer, Mrs. J. M. Brown.
be I Baptist orphanage in Arcadia. VEGETABLES Fresh Meats FAVORITE
The Installation services will
The next meeting will be heldat
conducted on Dec. 17 by Mr. and the home of Mrs W D. Cokeron DOG FOOD
Mrs Fred I. Monk, past patron ,
JaIL 4 it waa decided. Sno- aD Country RoD
and matron of the Grand Chapter .
Cocoa and saltines were served
ef rl c1cSa. They will be assisted the hostess. BUTTER 4 19c
by Mrs\ Nancye Rickard, I past by Cauliflower cans __ ... _

matron, and the installing chaplain lb. .. ..... 40c
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JERSEY
Mrs., Marion Neeb.
Ib 10
The next regular meeting will JC.IWDTHNT; per u .
be held on Dec. 10. ___ Boston Style Tomato Catsup

Garden Fresh Pork Roast U oz. bottles

FOR SALE lb. 252
Broccoli -- for .. 25c
MATHEWS TRUCK LINE

Dally service Homestead U Miami for 17 years Bee owner, 1St I 1g. bunch -. 19c Lean Meaty Sunburst Bartlett

N. W. 4th St, Miami ef Homestead. by appointment.How'fan PORK RIBS

Green Top 2 Ibs. ___ __ 39c PEARS

CARROTS LAMB SHOULDER No. 2r can.. 17c

Roast, lb. ................ 22c
21 b h 1 .. ARMOUR'S
g. unc es. tILA&IB: STEW
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2.Ib&. ........................ 25c Peanut Butter
Long' Crisp

CELERY Banquet BACON lUee4 Breakfast 2 lb jar _u.. 29e

IVORY SOAP DEALstalk
____..12c lb _. ... u_ 35c
2 mcd. rakes ............ Uc
i 9 rr fit Western RoundSTEAK
Mb t Sweet Georgia 1 lg.cake .........m.... .....IleYAMS

You 11,.rake .................... Ie
Ib __ _ 28c -

JUDGE a Roof AU for .................... 26e
Western Chuck
5 lbs. -. 19c
BEEF ROAST BULK
Roofs look alike, but they don't wear alike.
:' The best way te judge roofing value I. by the COBBLER lb. .un'u 22c BROWN SUGAR
j record of the merchant who sins It and the -
. name el the manufacturer who make ItW Irish Potatoes Rib or Brisket
4 Ibs 25c
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: < Mil Carey Xoofagt a.i SUngles-prod* BEEF -
I MM bearing a same which has) signified quality 10 lbs. _u_ ISc STEW5c MONARCH
foe ever 60 years. And our prices e. lb _
t these extra quality reef are as low a* or4io
York Imperial CORN
aiy roofs teat elsewhere. Local Fresh Dressed

BROOKER LUMBER COMPANY Cooking Apples FRYERS No. 2 cans


TXUTnONKft HOMESTEAD., FLA 5 Ibs. ___u.. 18c lb. ___u___... 35c 2 for _____u.27c

I-b .. Monarch Telephone
: Hens, -..- 3A.' '\:

> (&**?< ; BANANAS Gvken Rape Circle HAMS"8" Picnic No.PEA 2 cans


ROOFING SHINGLESSTAHeAHO'FQR I

31 Ibs. ... .....IOe lb. .. .-. __ 24c 2 for .....___ 2ge,7.
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