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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 1937
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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System ID: UF00087294:00156
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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SOUTH DADE'SPOTATOBQE Driver Lights of Hurt Car Without Critically FESTIVAL TO FJF.A." Gym Sponsors Next Thursday BoutsIn 'HIS.. DEFEA ISIKINGSPORT


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c. L. Oaltmaa who suffered a Boxing matches sponsored by

;} fractured skull Saturday night BEHELDNEARCITYAIRPORT the Homestead Future Farmers m
when the car he was driving collided will be staged next Thursday night
. with a truck belonging to in the gymnasium of the Homestead
Dean Thompson ot Redland and school, with Frank Basso

i IS PICTURED driven by an employee, wa reported -, ex-military academy boxer, and BY ONE POINTThree
a* aWl In a critical condition -: Santo Bonano, New York City
(t Dade County hospital I prelim tighter, scheduled la the

.iI last, night John Goloskt, companion main bout.Popular.
Miami C. of C. Magazine of Oakman, who was cut Parkin? and OUter Facili- adaussion price will Quarters End In Tie

4 Has Article Written by and IIru1 ed. we said to be "get- ties Convenient to prevail and. U encouraged by the Scores; Ov r-t in* Period -
tog along all right" attendance next Thursday night,
A. F. Arthur Site ChosenWith NecessaryIn
t Investi.ttoo by Constable Joe the sponsor will arrange a seriesof
j -Scatborough of Homestead Indi matches. Basso tip the scales: a game featured by Ik
Under the title of "Planting rated that: Oakman was driving all major obstacles to the, at about 5 pound while Banana ,score at the end ef every gender
Dade County' 33.000,001 Potato without AOIta.HIGHLIGHTS. staging of the fruit festival In,I weigh* la at approximately 171 ,aft one and an overtime print
Crop," a compl't IeIUMr picture of I Homestead removed by the arbitration pound aeoesaary to determine the winner
South Dade'i young agricultural meeting between chamber
I Homestead High's baiketeef defeated
I giant U given In a readable article OFDADSARE r of commerce director and the Klngsport TaniL, HJsJ
i; ky A. F Arthur of Homestead, I city council Jut week, the vitalquestionofhoc :3 BADLY INJURED Schoel JJ-J4 'In the Homestead
which in the December lio a. wee settled,
appear school gym last Mfht,.
1Ji" "ttue vi the Miss !....mdl$, pad*. SHOWN satisfaetorUl Tuesday. ,- I 'FIRST .
[IN AVENUE The Core-at. the end ef the Are;
i station of the Miami Chamber of City land about, about five acre
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quarter was at the -
Commerce. \\mFIELD F. F. A:! in extent, close to the municipal'' 17, ante@ the end' ef the mini
1 Mr. Arthur who U manager of swimming pool and occupying part' CRASH FRIDAYThree quarter found the visitor leading

f. c. Peter, Inc., most modern of the airport on its south side will by one point, with the core 24>23.
d potato packing house In the south The potato field of South AUa- be used this year, according to In the final quarter with the new
and a director of Dade Count pattah. Gaoden, the tomato fields George W. Turner general manager : persons received broken I 13-Jl lit favor of Homeitea and
Potato Growers, Inc., give facts of the east glade and the citrus and of the fair. This selection bones, cute and bruise when a I two second left to play, Andtteei
and describe steps In the plant- avocado groves of Redland and has the approval of the chamber Chevrolet coupe driven by Leo Khlppor1l11ar sank a long shot
frig and1 harvesting ft potatoes SUver.gawere viewed' Mondayby and city officials, who made a survey Milliard It, of Homestead, struck : to- tie the score again.
which Will be read with' Interest tl members' of the Westtield, of the site before arriving at a Buick' sedan driven by MissElinor In the three-minute aver-time1

'y "home folks' a* well a* by N. Y., Future Farmer of America a decision. Payne, Redland HighSchoel I period Little Homestead center,
tourists, so the article 1* herewith chapter and their adviser, C. V. Not only win this choice remove English teacher, at the Intersection ,made I free throw and pat We

eprintod In full: Flagg. the danger af:ring from congested of If. W. First avenue ,team ahead by one point. A few
"South Dade County' $3,000- On a tour of Florida promptedby traffic condition around the And 14th street about 8 p. m. last second later, however, Blewsnsj,.

MO potato crept* In the gfound.FTWW the example two> years ago downtown ouslnes section where 'Friday 'of Klngiport, knotted the ceuafc
late OctofcerBls early by the Uomealead chapter r.F.A. the festival han been held in lor lAiaa. Payne suffered e" breken again with a charity toss. Then
:December our 'potato bowl' IsDeming in making a summer motorcade to mer yean, but the area will be I I collar bone, fractured rib, a deep with only- seconds to go McDantel
with activity and scenes and through Kansas, the West larger and more convenient In gash back of the right ear and scored the final point for Ike-
such a* those shown on this page field boy pent Christmas night many respea: Mr. Turner said minor cut and bruises. Young Growers to give them a tote' e.
Cm at every hand. Ten acre per In Sanford topped next day at Nearby toilet facilities at the Milliard's right leg and left arm 39 to Xtngsporfl 14
slay is the usual average of these Bok Tower where a special program swimming pool and,,trailer camp were broken and he also sustained McMichael With 11 points, wee
....row planter which open the on the chime was played!for r will be'available to toothousaniia cut and bruises. His mother 'high paint ,ouut fps UfimeAltaaJ..
sow, spread the fertilizer, drop the them by Anton Bres%and attired. Of vfit9r expected during the Mr, J. F. Milliard, who was In wnila Andusennwlth I pote_,YAW
seed and finally ridge up the row In Homestead Monday night wtek. Am,)', parking pace is the car with him, suffered several high for kUngspo**:
veil in one operation."One The visitors were greeted by (Continued on Page Three) broken rib, bruise and shock. KJnvporX, champion: basketball
j hundred tractor are required member of the Homestead chap.ter f Miss Payne I* confined to bed at teamet Ire district .low.year a4
to plow, harrow, plant, cultivate and bedded down In the chapter Scouts Go Camping: the home of her mother, Mr*. A. undefeated this year unUllf net
and dig the crop-the most house for the night Next day In Cape Sable Region I A. Payne, in Porvenlr where she Hotncitetid. woo a smooth-wek<*i(
taken after remaining under
Valuable winter potato harvest they were conducted on a tour of was outfit. The Homestead team wag
i. the. country. Mostly mounted the Redland District in the morning Sixteen member of Homestead observation for 24 hour In PostGraduate beautifully, working' machine a
hospital. The Milliards -
lights, these machine roar restaurant and then shown over camping trip to Cape Sable Ties- are in Dade County hospitalat bad reom n'v r had wfcalc
night and day with open exhaust, the Coral Gable, Miami,and Miami day and Wednesday by Scoutmaster Kendall.Miss I It took to h tc racing against time and weather. Beach areas. The high pot A (T. Cain. They started in Payne was driving northon class to fat ,. over,
First and Milliard was
j If the planter tart before late of the afternoon program was their their truck for the extreme southern avenue and Coach Tft' nil "J I\'r.1
driving west 14th street. The
October, they are faced with the visit to Pan American Airways on. hundred wilt e were
tip, but turned back to Flamingo -
Milliard struck the Payne car
possibility of, iali rains. It they terminal at Dinner Key where they on account of a road made car proud, of (heir > their
wait until December they stand to watched the clipper ships fly in boggy by recent rain in that vI- just behind the right front wheel ,first '....,. with .ut..L.atate
Both car were said to be damaged -.
miss the early market and
: are from Cuba and South America and team.
likely to get a smaller yield. get tractored into their hangar cinity. of the beyond repair The lineup and .core t *:
This potato crop U plantedon Back in Homestead Monday Wednesday some younger --.l fs-fte UMWW* ,........
Scout, after Tenderfoot credit, . ,
7,300 ot marl soil lying Drive for Scout FundsTo eo 4I l "'
acre night, the Weitfleld visitor were hiked to the beach and back--a '
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(Ctntinued ,on Page Two) I guests of the local chapter at a fish total of 14 mile The return to Start on January 5 U"3-a, .I 1 ii'--1'! ;; 1 1 .
try! on the lawn of the Future Homestead was nude Wednesday M""howI T.1 ''' ,
Stabber With where motion RIM ._._. IY uni ( I ft
Charged i Farmer club house afternoon. The annual campaign for fund ...... t liKHKMeKo
Second Degree Murder picture of the Kansas trip were to help carry on the work of the U tJMl*** I *

1 I ihown. They left Tuesday morning THE WEATHER Dado County Council; Boy Seoul Telal. >r.-Mi Tow I* It H
Following; wroner's inquest for Plant City, en route back of America, will be: conducted ar-...,. Tomato sea 11_.
Monday Into the fetal tabbing of to New YorJc.Potato emend _/h-w wow 4100 sobira..... January S, 0 and 7, and wilt be Coach Sprankle will take his
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Walter LawKnee Coconut Grove !as-rsa.a Woo-a s---iua. rIwNa sponsored In Homestead and vicinity Kingsporten to Miami Beach tonight -

at JVrrine Saturday night Group to Talk Date ... ... Dodo by the youth work committee fate some with Miami IVacht
negro .....
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John Htnry Jblky, Perrlne negro, Over Building Plans .... ISDM ING 04 Was .00 of the Homestead. Rotary High. Saturday night the Trn-
ISDM. is so Club. 1 will play Miami Edison
was bound ever to erunuui court nesseans
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on WCOBO degree murder charge Building plan of the Dade DM. II .. re a 1O..t A. F. Arthur as) chairmaa of the la the Edison gym.
by Justice of the Peace S L. Kendrick bounty Potato Grower, Inc. will D.Is 78 0 ".1 Rotary committee will have active Homestead High defeated Miami
of Horacstoait. be discussed at the regular meetIng Dis.. 14DM. I.se at.asw "".1..1' charge of the campaign. Other Beach 19-12 earlier fat the wave*
Lawreaee-* tabbed to the of the association to be held ISDM. 0 II sass member of committee an* W. and will tangle with Miami Mi-
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groin and In the left breast and next Thursday at TJO p. m. in ... st II 7o"II as am .1'.MD. tt. Woods aDd Lee- H. Lehman. son Tuesday night for the tint
fell dead after running about 100 I Soulds Grower packing house at DM IS TS so MilW41 Contribution may be made to any time this school year on the B4UM
feet. Gould*. ..*."" ...-.. DM DM..z., t* .: is :it; :4*- member ot the committee ',* CO rt.i .
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Pane Two THE. T.F nE1l. ENTERPRLSE Friday. December 31_. 1937
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pleated far seed purposes. The Funeral Services Held Urns. The work was done bj)
REDUS OUTLINES I fields art periodically inspected CHURCH NOTICES Dr. J. A. Smith. county phytlciaa: '
For Mrs. Emma EdwardsMrs.
out Alter from Kendall',
and weak plants Togued1 and an assistant the -

FROST WARNING I ...... the tubers are h U ta LUST BAPTIST CHVmCH hostitaLWE

storage for a period to permit Jan S Merging sersaeau Cttna Edwards. 77, who ,

,further checking for the pretence The rasalac ., PIe Old Mad for many year bad mad her

SET-UP TO ROTES, ol any possible dlteaae. Only fields the Camino of UM New"; tvrsi- home with her ter.jn-l.w.

and potatoes showing less than lag sermon: Tbe Advasceorns Mrs W. B. ...... of East Mowry -, WISH YOU A J Jqappff

six per cent of any defect can be I ( of Chrfata Ktafdan." drive, died Tuesday in a Miami

The 'I-III' nnd operation ol the'u-0/fled'! tail Wta...." Is the themeof hospital! after a long il'rwn Services .
frost forecasting service, established -I conducted
were Wednesdayafternoon
"S*" ds Pre stored for several I ear prayer naeettaf services I
tor the first time in south In the chapel of Palm
r weeks to plow for the neceuao durhu the month of J*.-
Florida two month ago was txpUtaed -" Cemetery at Naranja by the Rev.i J
dormant period' and to start the mary These who want to winsoots tEW
to the Homestead Rotary c. N. Walker. assisted by the Rev
germination of sprouts' Before er knew Bert shoal soul
Club a' Us meeting Wednesdaynoon J. J. Richards
planting, the seed is treated for winning are Invited to meet
by Robert ftedus, U. S. weather Mrs. Edwards Homestead
came to VEJRyALL
surface and skin lulecttont. Several II with ma. The subject for .
bureau worker In charge of I
from Rochelle Ga.. IS years
methods are recommended, Wednesday sight Jan. .. Is
the district from West Palm Beachsouth
the one most widely used bring I "The .KeqalrtSMBla fee SodWiaalag ago.Survivor
end from Fort Myers tut ." beside Mrs W. B.
the hot formaldehyde treatment
Mr. Redus. who baa his headquarter I Edwards Include: two sisters, Mrs. THE YEAR
This consists of immersing the
to Homestead told of the ,! John A. Hendley of Vienna, Ga.,
potatoes a solution of formalde
FIRST METHODIST CHVECHlaa.
U temperature station In UM district and Mrs. Mattie Hunter of Pine- THROUGHFrederick's
whet minimum thermom.ter hyde and water at a temperature tatlla.asHoly CentsaasJoti Ga.

+ reading are taken dally and of 124 degree for two and one-' sssilti; at 7S1 f. a*. view

of the two forecast station. located half minute Again modem intention mantis est"A New World.The
at Homestead and Perrln From la called on, using hot New Tear Special made by 13 Undergo Operations

daily readings tent la to frost fort- water, steam or electric beaten: the sealer choir hi the s*ra11 Sponsored by P.-T. A.

cast service center at Lakeland operated by automatic thermostat scrrtes sad by the yeas
controls. A variation of five degrees ..!.' their at
** slight
the meteorologist in charge thereto Thirteen pupils of the Homestead
la temperature or one minute Shoe Shop
able to make a forecast as to schools underwent tonsil
In time of immersion would
temperatures to be expected In ST. JOHN CHURCH and adenoid operations at the Post
those spots he said. cause serious-damage. Jan. I-Feast., the dreameUeas. Graduate hospital Wednesday reports Homestead, Fla.

One fact IltabU.be1 by readings "The next step Is the cutting of nosy Eackarlst. al IIa. Mrs. Jane Nesbitt, health "

y taken thus far Mr. Bedus said ls the teed for planting. This was a*. chairman of the Homestead P-T

that the eastern part of the district formerly done by hand, but again Jam. t -Second Bandar after ,I A. which arranged for the opera-
It warmer than the wtttern part inventive genius has stepped in Christmas: T:It. Holy Ea-
and developed a machine that will chard I;31, rbarch school, I
At the end of the season all data
a cut 30 bushels per hour and more 11, corporate eonmiuUoa ofWoman's Edward Stiling
gathered will be analyzed and NEWTG.BALL.
N accurately than Is usually done I
summarized cold of the district Aaxiliaryl 131.
spots :
hand. One of the Illustrations Notary Publlt Real Estate
located and other Informative by Young People's Service Lea I
data given out shows a battery of nine of FIRE INSURANCE WD General Insurance I

The Rotary Club will hold Its these potato cutters discharging gueJaa. *.-frut ., Epiphany, KINDRED LTNS3JJ I FLORIDA CUT. FLA.
f the cut seed on an endless belt Ildy Etcharlal at It N. Krmae Av*. Cer. Palm A... and A'''. B
next meeting In Joint session with from which they are sacked and j
the Redknd District: Lions Club _
weighed ready to go to the field.
"The machinery and methods
Tuesday In the Lions Den
night
on
"After
the seed In
is the ground
Silver Palm drivePOTATO. used in packing the tuber are the
the planters' work has Just begun: most raoderq to be found anywhere -
for the vines must be dusted or In the United State and

sprayed weekly to control disease the Into
product lOll every terminal
BOWLContinued Power driver dusters can cover market in the country.

(0 acre in a night, but an airplane "To promote the general welfare

win do the job a* efficiently of the grower and to keep
( From Page One) and, under favorable weather con. breast of new developments in

... east of the Dixie Highway between tfitkms, win cover several hun methods and practices an association
Ferrine and Homestead a section dred acres between sun-up and known as the Dade County
known as South Allapsttah Gar-
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Potato .
GrowerJnc. has been
dens, about 20 miles south of MI-
"Digging and shipping starts In organized with headquarter In
ami. The
peculiar of
properties late January and continue until Goulds Fla.
this marl (found in Dade
only
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early ApriL Once again modern "Its officer are J II HoUerty.
County) give to Bed Bliss I
machinery play a large part, for president, H. L. Cox, vice-presi
Triumphs flavor and
a superior
the potatoes are washed, dried 'dent and treasurer, George Cooper
keeping quality found In no othersection ,and packed ready for shipment, Tom Lindsay and A. F Arthur
of Florida.Tht .
f story of this Industry Is the !automatically directors. That more than 97 percent MAY 1938 WRITE HAPPINESS, PROSPERITY -
# I "Few people ngr actively engaged of the total acreage I* represented -
story of modern research and Invention
in the potato-growing Industry In the association It a AND PEACE FOR US ALL
applied to farming, from
hive any conception of Its significant Indication of the for-
the selection of the seed to the air.
size and scope The Investment wardlooklni and progressive; nature -
conditioning of the finished
Research hat demonstratedthat product in lands, farm machinery and of this group. CENTRAL SERVICE STATIONBob
packing house equipment In south "Plans art under way for the
the best seed for the
i purpose Dade County inns between 13.000- erection of a suitable building to
f must be grown In a northern clime 000 and $3000.000, while It give house tIle officers and provide t Dareing Bruce Ennis
and high altitude, to they are obtained
employment to over 4.000 person meeting place for its members and
from such
faraway placesas with a yearly payroll of dose to should be ready for occupancy by
North Dakota, Minnesota and $1,000,000. I Worm I." .
to the Canadian of
even provinces I
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Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. I

"Here trained government research 1)):,

workers study the best '

trains and carefully check previous :!

performances of ail stock

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sible for the moral tone of carnival her borne In Clarksburg Wed CITS DEEDS AS ntESENTSDr I Baby Talk
t SUCCItS TRAITSLIST
v t f f attractions which will be ad- Virgin, according to a telegram "Is.Sue married*"

mitted to the festival grounds .. received by Mr*. Simmon Death I and Mr*. R. M. Benitet asa '"N-. is 'ocT 3E.r. .

1., D IN TALK I an adjunct to the main exhibit sec was caused by pneumonia attar Christmas surprise deeded

,tions. The committee will also be only a week illness. home pUce: on Sixth avenue DeII'II i---r--.

parties to the contract to be sign Mrs. Arbogail Is survived by Mowry street to their daughter, A
TO LIONS CLUB
j ed between the festival management three other daughters, Urs. A. O Mrs. Carmen Moore and their II I II

and any amusement company Lowther of Clarksburg, Mr* son, Oeo. W. Benitet. Happy New Year
chosen to supply the midway O M DTrbogait of New York
Dr. Benito Is 7) and Mrs
.Redhad end rides. City, and Mrs. T S. Kettermaa TO J3e.1 I I
nltei is I
was speak .It* actual date of the festival of Elklos, West Virginia; one son, will .* ,..ralfy. _tall
er at Tuesday session of the
will be act as won a* the local Clarence Arbogast of Petersburg
; : ,
Kedland District Lions Club. His
management can agree upon a suitable West Virginia, and two sisters LEGAL NOflCEHOTKSJ
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topic was "The Eight Fundamental! NATUROLGAS
contnct'wlth
a nsponsibl Mrs. E. A. Harper of Moortfltld. 1IT1,1CaT"
Character Traits, and part of his : -
that is in the market for OFAPPLI ATIONX110
conctrn West Virginia, and Mrs. Virginia U.WottM -
text from
taken Dale Carne-
was an engagement In this part of II Wnkf *t Painter of Parsons West Virginia.LEGAL
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fie s work, "How to Win Friends novota too 0.... with no -- miiMltkat I I I
and Influence Florida during the latUr part of UM tat .....:1.I ittf ..."""'" with all Virgil Aye M N Krwne
People. .February or the first half of abating Nat r Mid "
::-lta"' :
Mr. Wagner classified the : I
essential said NOTICES loss tie. 1987 hold b I
March, Mr. Turner
success traits under eight I adioittod M aaU to UM kbitoM kUdw I
I Committees from the chambers for rah aa .il.i4 kr Ckaptor task of
headings. In the order named he ... eel1n5Mwt.a
the lilt Ana of UM w O
of commerce. to take charge of the NOTICE or SAM OP TAX CEITlPI.CATS onwltoil nol OMOH hi UM
I analyzed intelligence, honesty,, various phases of the event will', *. APPLICATION NIL IM.Xotloa Comity of Don. San ot FtoMa. to, rit,
: poise, friendliness, good taste, li ..... acts tail B L. Hack Low to SI shirk I COMOH.Add I
forcefulness, and be appointed and announced later I too ruled with OM wrttuo. fount that UH *. it UM to to sold ar ..\.
j efficiency cooperativeness -' tall oorUfkma tocotnor with all ..- deal kr owtMtato No lent ot felt
and advocated a Airs. J. R. Byrum Injured .. Md _Ix Uaoi tut Ou rowa ISM
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1".1. to IMT Mk Mwhra, MoaadM to
close of each
study quality as a
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touk .
factor In progressive living I Badly in Fall at Home. pra li.id kr Chapter In... of Ito 'In.Lot"III: .E. UrliMTtoo1 Adda ",..
I 1 IHT Alb ot tk* Ucfelatwo arm UM lain a be rid. aN ..M..ed by erglossa
Thomas X. chairman '
KIrby, as Mrs. J. R. Byrum Is In the Post; folloirtaadoMritod rail raw la *M Ms. ION. d ad -
ot the Joint civic clubs' Graduate hospital for treatments went, ot Dad. auto of Florida town ...ta ate for the :1' a =:

Christmas Cheer committee,I of a fractured jaw and other broken -I.!I NWdMWdSWb.wasf..L BoAlMl tt Tovaakla, H Roan ""tt1In r=. a Add.aLa. .

reported a successful campaign bones In the right side of her 41 TIM oar to to MM an ovMoaordkr air to .. .... or* .....- or MTtirlMW -
This 138 baskets MrtVfeato Mo. MtT at IMI aa4tuirniim I No. low of lop and. ...-
year were distributed -
face sustained Tuesday evening!I taaai, for the roar. IM to sow toao for iko roan tats to 1M7fcutk 1
which was 38 more pack when she stumbled and fell as she IN', Mk ........... aawuattai W I 1......,... ioM atll. to MS.ITS.k .

ages than last years offering. be was going down the steps from her'! 1LTAL said as grtinrar a..urw With .n oukioqiiM) u
1 said home West Avocado drive. ,-..-....' _,..... or ........ ton will MmU U tho klakort. kkUM at UM Can .
J Marquette Phillips was inl- on r to UM .......t ........ .l Hit Coon How la ....1. M Ito lath day of Jaanr .. i We hope that 1938 has
; Three teeth, broken loose by the '11.-.. I. Ml.*!, MI UM IMk day of Jan. IMI ktdalla at tow boar of Tea
tiated as a new member fall, were extracted. "' "1'. ISM ....In... at UM boar at M ....?.k A. M. or H aoMr safer M th.. something good for you
An feature of the 0'a.. H. or M MM UMNO/lor M UMa MOM mt to _..... la 4.. ore ne.
agreeable .. nay to raoctod tm duo rent Dated at Miami., Florida, thin .... tla in his satchel .
I
entertainment program was a song Dad M __.. PioWy this UM I.... dar 01 Dionator. KIT
i by Arthur Fisher of Salem, Ind. Mother of Florida City dar tt Dooontor. IM1K. K. B. LEATHKHHANClork : .
I B. LEATHERN Clrr.lt Court. T. Orfanedes
He was accompanied by his daughter Woman Taken by Death Clock CtmM. C rt. I Dado Coaatr; norlda.IEA1 .

Miss Rebecca Fisher of the Dad CMmlr norlda.SEAL Homestead, Fla.
Br riNHo, D. cPuklbkMl
Redland school faculty A cornet "Mrs. Susan Catherine Arbogast Br TNO nCNNf, D 0.PublUtod Dn II, :IOj. T. 14. 1MB:
_ duet by Charles Cox and Mi BT, mother of Mrs J H. Simmons Dot,. II. IMTJ.a. 1. 14. IM*.

daughter, Jeanette, also drew applause of Florida City, died Monday at
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NOTICE 0. BALE 0. UX CERTIPI.CATEII.
APPLICATION NO. 904.Nrlen .
LEGAL NOTICE It barb, .... Vat Will.. P.
Maw..u w tiled with am writing twaatd.a
HOTITK or SALE 0. TAX rrrnr: tho as .out. ,ntha with ..11I A
FESTIVALContinued CATES. APPLICATION NO. III. I 1........_ .ItW r Meld aus tadud.loo .
Nab I. bomb aloes that ...." Tonoa. tho rear 1tIT, MM by tile aa.o lie
and Wite SUN. Olloi Fonoa.ka. .I......._ n4 Mild to UM kvlMH. bldcfatM
IM with OM wrlura ioa.iot Dial ttolflcatoi I( ash H trorUH kr CkaDUt IttM, .!
at .... locotkor vim all ...aMOOT UM IM1 .a... '"r DM iMfculun. tw. tilt
( From Page One) ) onttto or tooted lanes laelvdlx following .IIHrltMl Ml ...'"* In lt. 00 0.If VIPs
provided and the fair ground, u.. rrar USt hold kr u.. Slow to adrorlovd at Da.... luu of Florid towltUt :
and Mid to UM ktotort kbktor fur II Block t. BIMM Vtot. HMfkH
close: to the power plant and waterworks ouk a n podded br Lkaotor lalM of the Adda. TIM tons U to MM in ..I.
can be quickly and IMT Art of the t..el.latww. even the folknrtmt d........ kr OMllflratt K*. Ivan of
oVwritod1 Pont tout la the County tm and noroMHI. UM for the Pate
economically connected with of Dada Stated Florida In-wit: 1m to IMI both ....1...... awl ItTT.
lights and water. Lan S... a T BkK-k T Owed OaklolCoMout ._all.. to IT4.71.
Iran ftwlfcm No. I. TIle Said to> arrurkaua tocrltor. web all \rFw
Thus far only two./ members of Uui to U cold a .d kr OOKMlflaMa ratoxoMrt _Htad or avid UM wilt to .. .
the executive corArnlUc et three rJ.,:rtdoom IMI ..4 rq.. mid to the 81._ bMa>T at UM Cent JJ
..* soma ;'; the yon Item to 1MT. Hone la III.... oa UM iwk dar of J...
have been named by their 'respective (Kith InettKlw ........_ to Slioni. ..wry.551, nnjinnla at th. liar f Ton
: organizations Thomas. .Law 10 and II BtorJt 1C Coral Oabba. o'.loek A. H, or aa woe Uwniaftar w YEJ\t'.
Coconut Grov. WUoa No. I The Ito HIM nor to r.irki.< la 4oa onna
E. KIrby will represent the chamber Ie_ to ... Mid' aro ......... kr orrUflnto .. DaM at 11_" ......... tk> tto t*..
of commerce and George L. No M<4 of tm and .....*. dar of DoMntor, ItltB. .
Mitt Ia.. for UM ,saws IM7 to IMT. B. LKATBIRMAN
Swan president of the Redland both 11I<'1...... aaMoaUnc to m.... dark Oraatt Oamrt.. Hector: Supply CompanyHomestead
District Improvement Association, now to< _!fire,. tocnhor with allniborqaont Dada Onaa. Pwrids.By
anhwd or Irrlrd _o> will toaW SEAL Fla.
Will act for that civic body. The to Ito kfehoot. khhkr U Ito Court PENN D. ,
third member of the committee bas HOMO la Miami MI the Ittk dar of Jaw I Puba.b.d D..L al, l0471 Oi .. 7, 1 l. ;:
Nary.JV. .bananas' .t Ito' tow of Tan', ---- -
Hot yet been named by the Redlan4 eloet A. M. or .. ... itoroaftor aa ttoOUM
District Ministerial Association. OMJT to rMMtod ht- I
vela JV"1""". norl.... this tho smith
This group, acting as a general day of Ootomtor. IMTB. .
censorship board In conjunctionwith B. LEATHERMAN.

Mayor Tom J Harris, the Dade Carlo c.Clmlt....., Court rota.Sy .I
city council and the Homestead REAL Happy

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TEE LEADER-ENTERPRISE fLO IDAr41 ,00 I BU32 Present were: Mr*. ; ,)
leader, fibwbeth Skill. Gerald/i I

FublUhed Friday .t Homelead. Rests, Vida Clarke Dora ,/
F.... fcj UM South Dade Scott Jenny Hardie, Ourle&t !
It>Ushl. Co. Pass, Virginia/ Kinner, CharbHo ,
1 110goV144. Oeronlmo Anne Bhcney, Van

lIEN ARCHER ...___ __ Editor j Rhaney, Ruth Graves, Kothryn
AHJORB: LEACH ARCHER Graves, Patty Robinson, Ann ,

_. __. ,. Associate Editor Hickson, Kathryn Suber, Jane
Fuchs, Ardel Parman, Melba Van ,
Catered M second ekes snail Winkle and Athley Kemp

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t :A.S the New Year Dawns

k Rotary club throughout the
world, in battling with the forcer
of International discord, reeking
to replace strife with understand '

gIf own could meet. Individuals I, ir s

then would be no win. It Is only
when men organic Into political
force that toe dark cloud of difference
and discord gather along
the international horizon.

RotariaM early begun to know
that there U Httte difference be-
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i :e.n.: Frenchman and a Ger
Englishman or a Pole All
love their wives and children. All
art moved by the patriotic strain PUMPMM&ue
of their own'national anthem. All Compare APEXWith
believe to their religious conceptions ; -

i and admire with equal ardor iilPr MOQS 0/V tit Any Electric Iifrtjsnta ,
the things which constitute virtue WCH&UOI
honor progress and achievement. wool and Toul1luy' u Apexl 'j 1
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All support their institution, cul- TE'D 7DTem OOlEANO '
tivate their mind, their bodies and $ Ea4vs/1 E IPRANt$ AVEN7s ., OFd TDL Compare STYLING
their souls, and breathe alike the S/CW4TE 171SlrOMZAS *Y'II thrill at tie 4I.elective .
sweetness of the roses, the violet, modern beauty of '
the lowering almond. A imlleIs aaewd owesr i Apes Roth onion ... t1ao I'
qaeitlonaDly, the molt
, a mile regardless of flue Located on 'Jcl\ftlv. Barshort Boulevard thence to Florida and It saved citrus grove beautiful of all r* rif tnion.
I saanct, the continent or la 'Tarqpft, is Florida' oddest houie. Tbfcorteen of both states from destruction by the
t complexion. coua-// colors on its exterior are arrwigcd cottony cushion scale. Becently the pumpkin Compare BSlIIUn
looked
Rotary deeper,
I t ,over and today Rotarians caw r 'without rhyme or reaeon. Eves tM pillars bug became established in Australia, *Ice huge moll stable area give. ,
y tivating the Inherent deist for that support the roof art of different colors causing much damage. In Florida the tacbi- spec pus Moto yet cubic loo oar ge j
,peace and constructing the tight nd the balcony ii of separate shades from Did fly is the moat efficient parasite of
f et way to attain It the porth. The inside is still more of a the pamfXta bag. It lays its eggs on the tampers RATVBCSrU ,

; 'Rotary' plan U practical for Ra- eves Iomration, as no two curtains, no I bnek'Of the pumpkin bug sad wlkenaatcfced, *It everything tee
::1 .i j lary cultivate the though on two shades, no two walls and no two shseta I the tiny grubs 'bore into Its body Mid it desire and seed so pecan ow J
r l which men agree and refuses to Boa the beds are of the same ooor. The dWre die. It was only natural that Anitrmbe pes1.ble awes coaveniroee ferwsoaop.aatisia and eve j
I' Mock the channel of Individual room is decorated with all the colors of the I dltould *rft Florida for the parasites to help
t linking, which each indivld.aldeems 'rainbow The eaves of the garage are i!'w la cumbatmg its own serious jmrrrplda bug Compete: TRICE

, his personal right to eldo1.j ,rated In bas-relief with frogs togs, p!i.'- JTS'.hm. Entomologists of the Florida Lai *Apes .FrlpnM"see
j / Thus Christians, Mohammedans, cans, bears and other animnla n\:''' '* le 4nntal Station at Gainesville got buy Mto4 S *s maII7'"
Buddhists, Jews sit about a table Florid If it is the amUtio of thea.. :red transctei\ pumpkin bugs with freshly C ripi.. qua .. jmt ado ,I
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i I, of and tied tn ptoodatdp which to the thousand and das W. I.. Blocta, to snake It the otl&rt I i-'U-e I L.J: U::nnid fly eggs on their backs. They sad 1M will hq .. Apes !
men ran
, reo ways. in the country he is about to zz-'. -l. \--.;'? n'Sed! to Australia by boat mqi tbnafas $146.00

4 The weld is ftotorjr'o Pariah,! Tears Ago the Australian lefty V. rtle I 01' the (oueerest debts in Florida's history *; TCRMS upBAST
i amt a _', own community JaMs Was cent from Australia to .M1H4H'nM sited VMI i1R.d: :
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; dome and wherever Rotary Is I Pioneer Appliances
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; you find its parish unneglected,
I theINe lve.. There are thing in the machinery devised to make 10f Frances Rutland. We 'played
\ and where Rotarian are you find (Not Incorporated) i
I. their home a first 'conalderation. the heart of men which often are better men, and from better men gossip and a singing game Presents -
r For while IntenaUonal understanding dormant because they need the better communities,and from more were given out to each per SID I. KDOMUCK. MCE.MS .
'( I\ if s major plank In Bo- light of frlemhlp, the warmth of spiritually enlightened communities son. A fine collection of shells K Krone, none II 3
..,,'. program community: ..?> good will, and the sunshine of fellowship a more Understanding]was given to the troop.
l to develop. The heart world.-J. Oliver Emmerich in the l i
f vice Is cqasOy I task to be j
and mind of the average man is McComb (Mix) Daily Enterprise
achieved. And how best can any
, :' .an improve the world than to: very inelficient Seldom doe the WhtllcESCOUT N'E -
mind Its maximumbrllliance
produce -
make his own niche a better place
i or the heart Its greatest By Afliley Kemp, Scribe '
ta which to live? .
warmth, and Rotary, capitalizing "
Christmas HAPPY DEW ERR
I But the greatest asset m Rotary The party of the
'on a human need,hat set in motion
1 i* what Rotary dots to Rotarians Girl Scout we held at the home '
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ReMIt where they worked te Hn .wftk. Mn Cams sister, Nfl ing' en the Slues, property on

horsemanship badges L. Uplnott and Mn B. P. 8.1 Palm avcMat.Maw .

"' and her brother, K. R.
In and Around Mr. and Mn Robert Reply ol aM his tlurWy.Mr. Intsborg Matteod left tor
Orlando spent the week-end wNh B4burg. S. C.. Tuesday ewntag "
Homestead end Redland rebttve. *. and Mn. Ttl Hughes of after a holiday visit with hat

Christmas Day was spent at the Birmingham Ala, visited their family here

Homestead home of Mn Reely1 parent, Mr. niece, Mia Christine Hughes, Friday -
and Mti C. R Steffani when evening Mr. and Mra. Xdr WynM and'

Misses Ruth and Catherine Stct- chfldin '"t EOco, Ga, were Monday -
tent of Miami vise were spending Misses Bets and Vera Canary ofCotoMowa guest *f Ate sad Mrs W. W.

T the day On Sunday Mr. and C., we speeding the Sever/
Dr and Mn. O O Brewster of Adien Johnson of Windsor, S. C., Mrs. Pas y visited Mr Reer/* holiday with their brotherinlawand _

Avon Park were her this weekto came Tuesday to spend a week) parents, Mrs and MM. Harry c. sister, Mr. and Mn. T. T. Pvt. 1st CL Lewis Aldrich of the
make arrangement for moving: with Mr. and Mn. 4 D. Bedd and Reely hewers signal tarp at Fort Bragg N. C.,

flown in January Dr. Brewiteran other relative -- \I.spending the holiday her with
Miss Eloise Cochran of Makes
eye, ear, note and throat specialist '" Floyd Fogle Jr. was In the relative
W. O.
Webster
of
Buckingham, will leave Saturday for her howl
who came to Florida from
Graduate Wednesday
Port
hospital -
in. will leave Saturday after after visiting a few days this week
New York City four :yean ago, will for medical treatment Wm. Fonytki ha retmed to
spending a few day with his with Mill Nella Sault and Miss
open an office In Homestead, and) Peasacol alter a vied with bitpal'Wlta
Mn Brewiter a graduate mine cousin, Mrs. Arvilla Booth. Mr. and Mn. 'S, B Collier of DotUe Home On Tuesday she Mr. and Mr*. L. Forsyth.
was a guest of Mr and J4ra. H. H.
will assist him tn operative work. Mn R. L. Atkinson left Monday Marathon were guest of Mr. and
l>lng. Fred Parlin i expected this week
They are "'akin..he\ change because for Waycross, Ga, to visit Mn. R. L Godwin on Christmas *
they prefer to be in a more her son-ln-Uw and daughter Mr. Day On Christmas Eve both Mr. and Mn. W. W. Pierce ot tram West Charleston, Vt

tropical, section than Avon Park. and Mn L. E. Pedrkk. for a few families enjoyed a fishing trip from Spark, Ga., and Mrs. Gains Simmons W. E. Mills will leave Saturdayfor

days. Marathon. and ion .f Tallahassee were bill home In Roanok Va..
Mn John William of Porvenir Mn-H1'7: guest of Dr. and Mr N C. Pin after a two-menjh stay her*.
and her brother, C. H. Pepper of Mrs. Stacy Hawkins of Galne Mr. and W. Murphyand tado on a trip to Homestead.
Princeton, have returned from villa and Miami and Min Man two tlttltf daughters of Washington I Mr. and Mr*. Blluard and son

West Brownsville, Pa., where they ,Williams who Is attending Stetson Pa., will arrive today to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Witlkop el Tennessee are the guests of Mi
attended the funeral of their mother University DeLand were visitor spend the winter In Homestead. have aa guests Mr. Wlukop parents I and Mn O. Cloninger

Mr*. J. W. Pepper about three during the holidays at the home Mrs. Murphy it a daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Witt-
week ago of Mr. and Mrs. C H. Stetfani. and Mn. John William of Forventr kop of Ida, Mich.; his brother and Richard Summcjn of Redland i ia t.
guest this week of his uncle andaunt
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Mr. and Mn. C. L. Stone and Mr. and Mn E. E. Farmer 01 Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mullino
Mr. and Mn Ulrich of, Wlttkop of Detroit; and his sister
Adolph
arrived Highland Park, in, and Mr. and I
their Kenneth have
ton, Mail : Mn John Douglas of Lake Forest Rahway. N. }., and their three Miss Bonnie Witlkop of Ida Wm J. Geronimo. Jr.. will go to
from their home In Ashby ,
Mich., who arrived Sunday to visit Riverside Academy winter
children art spending! he holl- Military
111, were callers Wednesda;y
to spend the winter at their win-
,, days with Mr. and Mn. Frank W.I until today. home at Hcllywood-by-the-e
ter home Bauer drive. I at the horn of Mr. and Mn H. J
on
vacation ends San-
SuHraan. when his on
Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cuppy of Tav.mler .
Miss Elizabeth Skill who la a I
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I day morning after pending the I Mr. and Mn T. B. Grantham were holiday guests of relatives day.Mr.
Student at Maryland Universityat
and Miss Katherine VannFL&RIDTCITY J Gazzolo
and Mn. Larry
had the
Baltimore, and her brother, holiday her with Mr. and Mn,, at guest during holidays
I A. O Cain. Mn. Crantham parents, Mr. and "'- of Toledo and Put In Bay. 0..
Frank Skill Jr., who I* a student ,
Mr.. W. T. Watkins, and her spent Friday and Saturday with
at Vineland Training School in i, Mr. and Mn a R. Pridgen 0.1 brother and aliter-in-law, Mr. and Mra W.W. tntrr lbersheaw1 Mrs Gazzolo parents, Mr and

Vineland, N. J left yesterday to Jacksonville and their son, Henry,, Mn. M. O. Watkins and baby. Mrs, F B. Lelninger They left
return to their schools. Mr and Mrs. X. J. Churase
respective
of
i Jr, came Friday to visit MnPridgen Janice, all If Plant CIty. for the north on MondayDr .
accompanied by their New York
They were "* brother-in-law amiiler came Wednesday to
aunt, Mrs. J T. White and her Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Edwards.. HIM Lucille West Buddy Smith, spend few day with Mrs. Churase Murray Graves of Foley,
eon, James, who pent the holidays Margaret eel Felix Bollard, and I '* brother and slvter-tn-taw Ala, ipent several days hero this
here at the Skill home. I Mr and Mn: E A Hartock of! Clair Dalgle of South Allapattah Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chandler ,week wttti Ma fattier,John Grar**.

Atlanta arrived Thursday of last I Florida City. They and MM Lillie -
Mn S. A. helium .and daughters 'week to visit at the home of their Mr. and Mn MittoA Bradley Chandler, aaotber sister d Ur. I Mrs. Parham who li spending
Misses Frances and Gertrude, non-ta-Iaw and daughter, Mr. and spent the 'holidays in Homestead the winter in Miami tt a guest this
and Mr*. Eubanki and daughter Mn J. H. Webster, for seversweeks and Miami visiting Mr. Bradley Chandler, were guests at the-I week of her son and daughter-in-

Maths an of Rocklngliam, N. C. parents, Mr. and Mn W. M. Bradley Chandler borne on Christmas Day law, Mr. and Mrs. H. Parham.
to visit Mr. and also
arrived Wednesday <
'an4 Mrs. Bradley' parenti Start Shields of
Mn E. J. Dyal. Mr. and Mn Bruce Xnnls tai Mr. and Mn
from till Thursday Mr. and Mn. Payne Calkin II Mr. and Mrs. L SUed .( New Miami and emir ehlMren wen
a* guest Monday -
,i t Mn Mary Davis ind son, Mr*. I Ennla.ibrother-ln-lan They returned Wednesday to York arrived on CkrtabiM Day Sunday guests ""t Dr. end Mr*. S.
and fMU'en Crescent City where Mr. Bradley lor Short stay, They are S. Shields
Woodrow, Dewey John and sister, Mr, and Mrs. B. Cow- Is vocational agriculture teacher camp
Ca, and her daughter art and ion of Macon
lira: LernM Gould of Statesboro, In the [>;ascent City High School.

Oa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr J. B. Wilkinson of Mount Mia Mary .Ranson left Sunday,
FOR QUALITY
Dora left for her home "Wednes- CROW
A. E Campbell and Mr. and Mn lor a Port visit in Jacksonville

Alex Lawn during ib* put weak. Mr.'and Mn T. E. had -
Mrs.Davis 4s a airier of Mrs.Campbell Kirby ai Mr. and Mn Jefferson Saun- NACO BRAND TertUUen have/to ksiBta laamaw. s4 wWfa
Christmas Eve Mr
and Mr Lank guests at den ot Miami and their son Floyd,I takes" 'II'tan ft earns Nrodaeisg qtALI1T. err Sraap
Karbyt wIMen. Mrs I. T. Bend-
spent yesterday In Homestead who are net eeavlnrsd -wm'M" sea awes and
Mr. and Mn: M; M Ramsay of ley of Miami and Miss Susie Bat visiting Mr Sawders' brother md COMPARE RESULTS

Miami have moved into the Will Billy Arthur will leave tomor- ala -In- sw, Mr. said Mr*. Eddie:

H Heuer place on Bauer drive row to return to the Bullls privateschool Saunden, heaore proceeding to NITRATE AGENCIES COMFAHY
which they recently purchased. at Washington a C. Key West to spend New Yeari
Mr. Heuer win remain for a time. Day with other relatives. Carl F Warner Agent
Mr. Ramsay had lived In Miami Dr. and Mn: A. M Logan had
for forty :years ai guests over the holidays Mr.: and Jimmy Hlnnum i of South Miami N. FawWr Are ...... 33 HeaMi4ea4.ru.We .

Logans parents, the Rev. and I were U the Post Graduate
Lila ttyiti JNttUAt ft Miami Mn S '0. Logan, and hi brother, beepttal Wednesday tor tenail
la spending this week with Mr. Dr. Thomas Logan. .an of Davidson operation
and $ra. Hunter Harden. W returned -
C They yesterday -
Paul Z. Camp of Washington
Mr and .;: H: H Ewing had I D. c.. la pending the holiday aa-
y
'
1J7!as goods Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Elizabeth:; Skil, Vida Clad son with his parents, Mr. and MnChaa. .
(Frank Bradley said Mn Charles ot East Bauer drive
and Dora Scott, Girl Scouts, wen Camp
Sterling of BUSwaler Okla.. windHollywood guests "Wednesday Ur*. John I Mr. Camp and Paul spent Tues- *fl
Mr. Md Mr. SUM ot DePcd: at Uiaai at the Dudi! day In Miami and Coconut Grove &
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The Bev and Mrs Wade Pinkney -

CJt Ithaca. N. Y., are living in I ROOFSyou

their trailer on the home place of, ISaaf.N ..-.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Marter .I
North Kreme avenue did candepend

Mr and Mrs. W. D. Hearne of
Tampa and their small sons William j on

and Ceorg slopped in

liomeatoad overnight yesterday
with Mrs. HeaiM brother andMeftaJaw

Mr. and Mn lies
Archer, on their way home from :the Carey Koftfinp and Shingled Wch' wa .

:a visit tn Key West with Mr. mi .n axa lima t std and provaa. Jhty arc
Mrs. George F. Archer parent Of
Mn Pearce AM Mr. Archer. On made la th* world largest rootef plant by

4bfeir way to lay West bat week. I a -Iecturer who aua taatt a leader la the
the lIe_ visited .t the Archer R. H. DONE
I for rarer 60 .
"home "here for wvcral flsyi i iyit Industry 7an.Wa

: end ,;;:&J. Dyal *nddanjobton. c. J BROWN can supply* rl jet root tor now pwpaaa,

Maua Ilea and > **,, 1
and .7ou'11 find out pdoaa reef atraacti.er
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returned !Friday' flight Ham C-
whew they attended a faintly reUnaoa .1, }{. W. ASHBYC.L.DODD 1

at She borne at Mr. OyaTs, BROOKER LUMBER CO.OMXSTtAIk
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parent*, Mr. aid Mr*. Alex

Dyal Four generations! were 'JELEfIIONJ II ILA.a .
releDt.

Mr md Mrs n B. Parker je-

turned Monday from Indiantown Redland Appliance
where they pent the holiday with
Mr. Parker1 brother and ...-

J.-....,, Mr. and Mr*. W. fi. Parker Homestead, Fla.

,Mr sad Mm. Otto John and

daughter Frances: of Wayne-

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WRIGHT-WEST MARRIAGE TAKES PLACE GIVE DINNER DANCE YOUNGER SET ENJOYS DANCE GIVEN -

II AT HOME OF MR.AND MRS. DEXTER HORN,, AT Miss LOG Iva TAVERN Dyal and Miss Betty I MISS ALTA WEBSTER AT LOG TAVERN ',U-

-- Bowen were hostesses Monday ":I IDyA
evening at a dinner dance at the
Miss Mildred Weft daughter and- her flowers were radiance I One of the most brilliant social' \ Miss Nina Pearl Bush ,(
Log Tavern at Princeton. NewYear
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of Mr. and Mr. Sherry 'Lewis I roses. The bride's mother wore favors events of the week for the younger Miss Elizabeth Skill. Miss
+ West of Homestead, and JohnThomas I a slate blue crepe gown with black were given. set was given Wednesday evening Marcie Cauzens Miss Phyllis
1 Wright, Jr.. of Miami were, accessories.An Those present were: Miss Helen by Miss Alta Webster, daughter Parman, Miss Jean Par-
married on Christmas Day at the, Informal reception followed West, Miss Virginia Frick, Miss of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Webster man, Miss Mary Elizabeth Kyle, '
home of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter the In Alta Webster, Miss Nina Pearl Miss Sever Miss "
ceremony. the dining to the Log Tavern at Princeton.The Mosley Barbara ,
Home, brother-in-law and litter room, which was effectively decorated Bush, Miss Jane Gatlln, Miss Mary hostess fuchsia Done, Miss Mary Frances Arthur,
wore ,
L of the bride. The ceremony wai I with polnsetttas, Mrs. H. Brown, Miss Nina Dyal Miss Alice I young Miss Mary Dana Brown MissVirginia \,
with rhinestones and
performed In the living room atI Collier served a two-tier wedding Penny, Miss Anne McConnell, Billy orchid crepe an Frlck Miss Helen West, I_
.30 o'clock by the :Rev. E. L. Nel.I cake and Mn. Gordon Ivey served Arthur, Carl Deden, John Walton corsage. Miss Betty Bowen Miss Jane Gat- "
ton, pastor of the First Presbyterian punch. Whitney Beam. Bobby Vrana, Music for dancing was furnished tin, Miss Annie Mae Booth, MistFrances 1;
Church of Homestead be- The bride who was born In Al- Dan Fletcher, Carson Malcolm, by the Pink Elephants. Hallum, Miss Louise
fore an altar" backed with palms bany, Ca. and was graduatedfrom Pierre McDaniel, Marvill- Pritch- I At midnight sandwiches and McWilUams, John Walton, Joseph :t
C and orange and yellow gladioli. high school In Columbus, ard John Whichard, John Frederick 'hot chocolate were lerved. A Qauzens, James White, Jr., Tom %

Before the ceremony Mri. How- Ca., has been in the business office -I the hostessel, and their poinsettia centerpiece on the long Collins, Pierre McDanlel Jr., Jack ,
; ard Johnson played Schumann'i of the Walker-Skagseth Grocery mothers, Mn. E. J. Dyal and Mrs. table was surmounted by tall GatUn, John Frederick, Marvin .
"Traumerel," and the bride's In Miami for the past few Frank Morris. red candles, and at each place Pritchard, pen Campbell, Edwin f
: mother sane "Oh Promise Me" yean. I burned a small red candle In a Lawrence, Winifred Owens, WU- .
\ and "1 Love You Truly". As the The bridegroom, a son of J. T.I MISS ALICE PENNY HOSTESS holly setting. Miniature: Santos lIam Arthur, Robert Vrana, Otha $
: bride entered ort the arm ot her,Wright of Hollywood, wee born In I TO CORAL GABLES GROUT surrounded the centerpiece. Hackler, Whitney Beam Carl Dea
t father Mri. Johnson played the I Alabama but spent his childhood Miss Alice Penny entertained Present besides the hostess and den, Jr., Edward Vrana, Carson |
; "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin,land youth In Florida. He is a group of Coral Gables friends Tuei her parents were: Mr. and Mn. Malcolm, Clayton Lehman John 9Whlchard
and during the ceremony played I graduate of Hollywood High I day evening at the home of her E. A. Hartsock of Atlanta, Mr. and Rex Faust, Eugene |
very softly "Meditation". School, and is now connected with mother Mrs. Sybella Chandler. Mn. Wlngfleld Webster of Coral Scherr, Archer Smith, Joe Burton,
The bride was lovely In an aquamarine I the Walker-Skagoeth Grocery. Swimming In the Chandler pool Gables, Mr. and Mrs. W. E Rhe-)Jr., Jack Krome, Theodore Franklin -
crepe ensemble with white I Others present at the wedding and tennis were enjoyed during ney,. Misses Iva and Nina I and Robert Gauzena.
i i' accessories. Her flowers were 'were: Mrs. :Benny Lamont and the afternoon.As .
: a shoulder corsage of lilies of the Miss Myrtle Johnson of Miami an afternoon lunch, the hostess 41
; MR. AND MRS. BRUCE ENNIS stead Country Club In honor ot
I ,
valley and white roses. Miss Camp of Atlanta; Mr. and served sandwiches, salad, cake GIVE CHRISTMAS DINNER Mr. Danzey's birthday. After the
I Mrs. Dexter Home a sister of Mrs Geo. A. West Mr. and Mn. and Iced tea. supper, dancing was enjoyed. l'
the bride, was matron of honor, Geo. M. Frick, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Those present were: Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs Bruce Ennls en-
Jane Cunningham, Miss tertained at dinner Christmas The guests Included: Mr. and
and Mr. Home win bed man. Mrs. N. Wakefleld Miss Helen West Peggy on
Mri. H. T. Oxford Mr. and Mrs.J. "
Linder Miss :
Frances Klrklend Day
S Horne wore a blue flowered georgette Miss Lucille West, Gordon Ivey ,
S. Horton Mr. and Mrs. F. B.
Miss Patricia Brandt. Dell Gibson.
; frock with blue accessories and Howard West. Covers were laid for: Mr. and
Davis Morgenthaler, Teddy Myen, Mrs. L. D. Wyman of Modcllo, Mr. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I'
.t : Harry Reeder and Charles SUlon Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Burley Den-
and Mrs. James Mcready Mr. and I
i ii MRS. CURTIS MONROE Me From Dreaming", Virginia dy, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Proctor, 1 .
S j GIVES BRIDGE PARTY Hobson and Fay Caplinger gave Mrs. Archer McCready; and sons,' Miss Pearl Whitaker, Miss Eugenia .
:' Mn J. D. Perkins won the high readings, and Martin Crouiw and MR. AND MRS. A. O. CAIN Bill and James Mr. and Mrs' Sanders, Mist Kathleen Freeman, 1
.' 5 GIVE DINNER PARTYMr. Adam Ennis,, Mr. and Mrs" H. C.I
core prize at a bridge party given Robert Capllner
played ducts
ona Mrs. Smith, L. C. McGlnnls, RoyT. I
by Mrs. Curtis Monroe at the home harmonica and guitar. The Rev and Mn. A. O. Cain were Thurman and daughter E. A. En- Murray, Jack Freeman and Bill
i of her sister Mrs. Preston, B. Bird C. G. Nelson made a short talk hosts with a turkey dinner on nls and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ennls Danzey.
:' Monday evening. The low score on peace and A. W. Jones offered Christmas Day at their home on and their children, Joyce and
J prize was won by Mrs. A. O. Cain prayer. Mary Radford led In East Mowry street ,. 1 Bruce, Jr.
.' and the cut prize, by Mrs. Ted community, singing.As Their guests Included;; 'Mrsea.1 Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Ball entertained "j

Scarborough.A all were singing! "Jingle L. Hobbs of Blokely\ Ga.| Mr. and i L. B. DANZET HONOREDON at, ChrWrnasjdipnet' l \hflll( "
chicken salad course was Bells", Santa came to the lighted Mrs. Jack Wilklngson of Mount I son and 'daugbteMB-law: Mr. an$ h
HIS
BIRTHDAY
t I Oeo. Ball Miami, and Mrs.
Mrs. of
avrved. Olrtrtmss tree,* and distributed Dora, and their san and daughter, I
I Mrs. L. B. Danzey a Goo Red and Mrs Floy Camber i
gave spaghetti
Present besides those mentioned fruit, candies, nuts and gifts. Charles and Ann; Mrs. Claude ,
I were: Mrs. b. J. Wilkinson of Old fashioned square dancingwas Carter of Fort Myen; Lorraine supper Dec. 22 at the Home- and her sons, Darwin and Clayton.

\ i )Iounl Dora, Mrs. John Scarborough enjoyed later In the evening Hobbs of Fort Gaines Qa; Mr. and I
: I i Mrs. Floyd Fogle Mra.r Mn. Joe Hopson of Jacksonville\ ;
!
Russell Home, Mrs. Geo. D. MR. AND 1\IRS.IIARDEN and Mr. and Mri. Frank B. Rue
( Reuhle, Mrs. J. A. Webb, Mrs. R. ,GIVE DINNER PARTY and sons, Harvey, and Paul, Mrs Mjjfls:ft" '[ !JJ"'W !,!" !
} r R. Kinard, Mrs. Joel J. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Harden Maybell Rue and Fletcher Bryant;
lira Hubert Nichols, Mrs. Robert 'gave a dinner party at their home
\ Glenn Jr., and Mrs. Geo. M. Son- on. Christmas Day.
t nichsen. I The guests Included: Dr. and The Calendar TIE DIXIE DRUG

fl Mrs. N. C. Pintado and daughter,
BRIDGE PARTY 19 GIVEN 'Ella, Mr. and Mn. Win. Judd and Dec. SI Annual meeting ot I Homestead Florida
,
," FOR MRS. WM. T. ATKINS j son Billy, and Mr. and Mn. Herbert First Baptist Church. I I
i Mrs. A. F. Arthur entertained I Rheney and daughter, Jean, : Jan. 3 Meeting of Garden
it j' at bridge Wednesday In honor of from Miami; and Mr. and Mrs. 'Club at home of Mrs, Wm. Dunlopat
.
: her mother, Mrs. William T. At Corbett Geiger and daughters, > o'clock.
t. kins, ot Lewes, Del., who is visiting I Patsy Betty Ruth and Jackie, and i Jan. 3 Homestead B. P. W. C. Pachof lOOPuretest
at Arthur horn The John Geiger\ from South Miami; meeting.Jan. .
I high :; prizes were won by and Mr. and Mn. J. D. Perkins and I 4 Meeting of Homestead
a i Mrs. Curtis Monroe, Mn, Vane son Billy Mr. and Mrs. George P.-T. A. executive committee at AspirinlablefoAQt
Harris, and Mrs. Stella Lock. Harden and daughter, Betty. Mr. 10 a. m. ,
f hunt, and the consolation prize and Mrs. J. D. :Redd. Mr. and Mrs.J. .I Jan. 4 Meeting of Areme Clubat Dispel diaries.**t of Ui, IwA.dm .
was won by Mrs. B. E. GatUn. A. Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs Carl home of Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Mnlf Take these VON .
Present besides those mentioned Anderson and daughter, Marion Jr. at 3 p. m. ulMd Atpbta Tablets for quick
I
'i were: Mrs. Herbert S. Wolfe, Mrs. Mrs. Agnes Roberts, Mrs. F. deltas Jan. 4 W. M. & meeting at wUet Make tart you oak far ]I
Oeo. M. Frlck Mn. Preston B., and William, Joe and Bud 3 o'clock In church. I Turttttt Atpltla *f qntlityl ,
J
s Bird, Mn. Joel J, Robinson Mn.j Harden. Jan. 10 Meeting of Ministerial oz.ise l fU*.ll
S Grass M. SmMh Mrs. Geo Association at home of Mr. and .. Boxed CascadeStationery
t Reuhle, Mrs. C. H. Steffani. Mn. REBEKAHS TO INSTALL Mrs. Wre. Dunlop L, RexillanaCou ."r
Keith FoiUk. Mn. R. E. Trotter, OFFICERS MONDAY NIGHT Jan. 10 Meeting of Monday h Syrup
i Mrs. James. Weston and Mn. Mrs. Ethel Vandecar and her Music Club at home of Mrs. J.I &b.3 J
Here staff from Coral Rebekah Lodgeof R. Rutland. 76 aa_Md. la-0
o J
Coral Gables ",1I11o.tall the officers Jan 14-Arem* Club play, "Blue wtMPuAatyk a .Ma y..oaV

I. O.. O. F. AND REBEKAH3 of Liberty Rebekah Lodgeof Bag," at Neva King Cooper School, 04Regslit. (
HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY Homestead Monday night at the Jan. 14-Episcopal Auxiliary Purctat Medium peckorb"& l
The Rebekaha and Odd Fellows 1.0.aF.hall. covered dish luncheon.

tii and their families held a Joint I Cod LiverOil Cotton ,
Christmas meeting Tuesday .even-
fag In the t O. a F. hall. Mn.I aw.++enr oo w tw..e..+...' I

Harry D. Wolfe was the mistressof D1INCENew 29 .. dsr .
a.r..a
ceremonies. i a.a ..aw :

i Miss, Dorothy Ashby sang the i ltd! putt ...
popular "You Can't Pnawina.Adtiemit wOtl
song Keep' Year's Eve. n tnsr -

L=I1t. i SPONSORED BY JUNIOR WOMAN'S! CLUB race Powder PstrofolAr I

.9/ N.JJja" ft DLdWttlal.tlr :::: .MNU" \
/1g Cw .NaNt.wassalhi .. I
ONLY Inviting mber8 and their friends. Please % I "" ?all'..- .I 1Ppit

make reservations

PRESCRIPTION _.._ tf)

rMONKEYY I Dave Drucher's Orchestra WORK DOli PI'OMPTlY ALWAYS i DRUGS Jl."Y".SJ.


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December 31, 1937 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pale Seven




I ADDITIONAL, SOCIAL EVENTS r LEGAL NOTICES / CLASSIFIED

OEDEB rot rVBLICATKWI ADS I I,1F

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IlIJBDiw 1rgI(! b&1I!!!!!!
8IIERARD HONORED Either Livingston Miss Helen 1
MRS ,
rOllAMCUY. RATE: First Insertion 10* a lint; subsequent Imertlon*
BT T. E. L CLASS 1' Moye Mill France Dabney Miss LOBJOA.. CABfe NQII1I4 S* a lint

Mr*. Q. Sherard, secretary o( Antoinette Mom Miss Anal Mae may 0.rMC"- Pia,."". ... Claw -- .

the T E. L. Bible dm of the a.,.. Booth, Miss Ruth Tower Miss tb.d..r. BILL Dtaa4.t.MB DTVOBCB t1

list Sunday: School of Homestead, Mary Bradley. Miss Helen Field. n app rl.. kr ",frW Yll MMMdol IUM RENT Haa good Imitation Ute roof Offeted -
Miss Mildred Field Miss hall (1M la Uw .!>.". >awl 'M.," Ih.Clo I at an 'rnctive: price See
honored at a mAttng of thicln's Margaret .
was < 0."' th D.l..da.I tWrvhiwor FOR RENT Furnished .
apart- for details Cameron Phone
at the home of Mr J. R Field. Miss Edna Nelle Richards, .ad II a Unil uf ... SUUriorkkk n r me
; Miss Nells Mils and kh _1M".. to unknown.1 I ment. Water lights and beta I It, HomeiteHd.
Chamblln 'Tuesday when he was Sauls Marjorie that the, to M prmm In UM Stair irUrMs .i' Prefer man and wile. No children -
with in honor oj f t M_, Mip Lillie Brown Mir MM. serene oMibMnu a.M
showered gift :
Emma whom would. bind ...h Do'.. her birthday. There was also i, Mary Brown, Mm Leola to owe tko w> 01.***_ root Highway, East olS U) modern house, j mums; large
white birthday cake decorate I Uttle. Miss Effie Booth Miss Bon- It to Unnfnr unbroi. the MM nn.sowdust I
... .. front and back porches 2-ctur
n r
Mkwt M and In h r *i noolnMl >
with red candle, and It Was served .. nie Myers, Mia Geraldine Rcitz:, I* appear to tk> Hill uf Complaint"; FOR RENT 10 acres scarified garage and servants' quartets.
with coffee. 1 Miss Mary McNeill), Miss Jamie AM .hi MM MOM am or .HfoM Mimow land. $15 an acre. J. L. HUo,
_.. ... ether Rare tropical .shrubbery. This
the Ttk ow of \* A. D. I .
Mill Elizabeth Schoti, teacheiof Richard. Miss Martha Close, Miss WM UM ..._ ., MM WIt will kl, NaranjB. (a13lt) Is B show place. $4300.00. Some
the clad, gave a talk, Mr*. A, Betty Richards, Miss Ruth Fred a5.a .. soa/.w.d sell Dot_..
terms. Cameron
It k further aided that this ar'd Homestead
J. Van Marter poke on "Christtna -, crick, Miss Marybelle Glbbs, Mill pushed" wee a Mk for for i a-.; FOR SALE Phone 72.S .
In England and America", I Nellie Mae Martin, Miss Edna des mote h> RMMtM4 LnJir-t.M-
I oriM, a oranoMr r klUkol 4 MM ContiMxl : FANCY GIFT BOXES Orange,
:
Mr*. T. D. Piche recited "Christ- Booth, Mill Clyde Eunice, Miss SUM, 1 PINE LAND

ma Bella,1* and Mr*. Catherln, Marguerite Murphy, Miss (Catherine I This December Mlk. INT. grapefruit tangerine, etc.'

PIckard read "The Great Amaie.,I Mann, tils Marjorie Redd, E.Clark B. LEATHtBMAM.<. ClramH Court Shanklin Grove, Palm Ave, A. West Mowry__ ISO per acre

Preeent besides those mentioned I Miss Helen Livingston Miss MaryJo (C...... Curt BM!) Redland Road. 10 A. Epmore Drive $50 per acre
B. kl IWirt DoOork.. (p mr 18)) I 10 A. Coconut Palm $55
per acre
Close, the Rev. J J. Richards,
were: Mr*. T. E. Kirby, Mr*. U .. 0. BWMHMM.oUctar .
M. Bigger, Mr. S. H. Fitch, Mr* I Dennis Carter Donald McKay, for rla'atlft. FOR SALE 0 poultry house I I 30 A I1-J7-38 __ $IS per acre
Dow 84: J... T. .t, 21. I').o 140 A. North Krome Ave. 110 per
J. F. Beck, Mr*. Emma' Wright,, Dave William, Sparkman Holding Florida type with metal nei.
James Booth, Roy Powell, i acre. Cameron, phone 11,
Mr Georgia Faithful, Mh. Annie Accommodate 100 hen tad;i

R. Butler, Mr*. King, Mr*. F. Flea I Tolbert Holding and Preston Carter Battery equipment acconw 1 Homestead.

Us, and a visitor, Mrs. Wade Pink- I and Harmon Dennis of Columbia d.'., 1000 fryer and your I FOR SALE Tropical plants, cit

ney S. C.CHURCH. stock. ) hand cultivator, teed rus trees and tropical fruit In

GR--;; drill and iprayer. Alice Simon I i season. Jungle Grove Redlanl
P
BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN HAS corner Silver Palm Drive and road and Plummer drive.

FOR MART LOU LAWRENCE WIENER ROAST Richard Road. (0711)
I IEGeneral]
I R. I. RED FHYERS-Uve or dresi
Members of the Senior B. Y. P.
Mr C. H. Lawrence
gave I ROSE BUSHES: Guaranteed 2- eeL Free delivery In city. Phone
birthday party Monday afternoonat i,U. gave a wiener roast by Biscayne I I
evcrbloominf
yr old fleldgrown &35-1>1. McEwen Poultry Plant
her home In honor of the sixth (Bay and the Campbell street canal 'I varieties Fall planting bet

anniversary of her daughter, Mary Monday evening. Free catalogue. TYTEX ROSE I WANTED
LOLL I Those attending were: Miss Nellie '
NURSERIES, TYLER, TEXASFOR
'
May Martin Miss Mary ElizaI .
A color scheme of pink and MAN DESIRES WORK at painting

green w j carried out in the favor I beth Kyle, Miss Lucille West, Miss SALE Buick coupe 1931 or carpentering. Wade Ptnck-
Elizabeth Mcliwaln, Miss Eunice modeL A-l condition Ernest P.
and refreshments. A white o
ney, It F. D. 1, Krome Ave, c 0
Walker Miss Maiv Frances Arthur Robert (n29 U)
cake with pink candle was served A. J. Van Marter. (pd31)
with Ice cream In green dishes. I Miss Vera DcUc Miss Wllel-

Game were played on the lawn, la Bullard, Mill Eugenia Saunders,: FOR SALE Grapefruit Isle of WANTED Clrli' bicycle. 24-

and In a peanut hunt Betty Rene I Tommy Moffett, Harvey Newton,I Public Utilities Pine variety &0c bu. Tangerines inch wheel. Redds Dry Cleaners,
I 23o: peck. Mr*. Eva Collin,
Slmmoni won the prize. Tolbert Holding, Roy Powell, Homestead.
dlO U
Modello. ( )
The guest Included; Marion Donald Cross, Bob and John war- Homestead none IOS-M

Anderson, Ida Manger Margaret ren and Frank L. Mcllwain. FOR SALE House 4 apartments FRUIT WANTED Roadside

Caruthers, Barbara Earl Town. 002 South Krome avenue. Trading Post, % mile S. Goulds,

tend, Helen Tomerlin, Evelyn W. M. S. TO HOLD 4-A Hwy. (nlB-dlO

taker and Betty Rene Simmon MEETING TUESDAY
NOTICESKOTITB
Gypde\ Howard who wai unableto All memben of the W. M. S. of LEGAL WANTED Listings of hollow

be present tent a, gift the Homestead Methodist Churchare l f I. Or SALE Ot TAX CEBTirlTATES and apartments for rent HenryBehreni
fc W. Morris N.
APPLICATION MO. IM.MottM BenJ. ,
requested meet in the M kmor tl'n that A. B. Uw Krome ave. north of 10-cen:
...... RICKARD TO INSTALL I church Tuesday at I o'clock for a 1..._ ku fated with ox writM tweet 94.
U., the. tax orrUffcolM MMkor with .11 store; phone alS-U)
,
EASTERN: STAR OFFICERS business session. Vve 'Klee' ........._. Mllltai .. tr.M Maw I........

Mr*. Nancy Rickard of Miami On Tuesday,at a called meetingat :=: ..r.Ir."i..bidder kti

put grand matron of the grand the home of the new president, the genuine for M k u i_...... br Charter HIM. ., DOT a Home

'chapter of the O. E. S. of Florida,I Mrs. Dan Williams, the officers the. IMT Ala of IM UtlpUWN, Woo .h.etdawtne I
EUGENE rioKl roil MUM In UM CoucIof Grove Land
will Install the officers of Ad Astra made plans for the year's work Permanent Do*.. SUM ., .......... MwttiLot Buy
Chapter of Homestead and a talk was made by the Rev.' II ...11I.. A... TM U>M M .W Glade Land
Friday Buy
SX ..a.. wave_sswU.sax ...14 era _..< k? OonlfteU No
evening In the L O. O. F. hall here.'IJ. J. Richards. Those present were: testing ewb-eWs 14 ., IMI. M4UM _Ie .... far
Mr. and Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Geo. SsepUJ ratio ISM to IMT, both.dudes.. II la my firm belief thai higher
She win be assisted by: Mrs. J. kio.Iaper.a.s.opsea..b .onmtlMr .. ........ prices are Immlaeat.
D. Redd who will serve as installIng Ranson, Mrs. J. D. Redd, Mrs. C. sWs BM kid .... Lot 14 "' 1I1a, ABA The sue k (MMM
organist Mrs. W. M. !Bradley' D taker, Mn. J:. S. Capllnger, or* ........... ko CorUlnvW N. Don't albble abort pricJ .
Far we do iMtMto _...... forUM
Infos
SIM of IMI. sad tuot Dent wail.
Mrs. J. E Davis, Mrs. A. S. Moye, ........
who will serve a* Installing chap ,* aedsilk I room IN M IMT. both ,
Mrs. Ila Showalter and Mrs. A. gtMjfcse Eagles .inouitln* to 1111. Bar ReesYou'll
lain, and Mr Bob Harris retiring
,
3a ors. let w "eViW JIIIIII Ia' ... otrtlflnMi --. with .HHhMqomt thank for this .
worthy matron, who wll serve as M. Logan. 0HII or 1.4.4' tkBM will be BM sag.gestton
Me br to wM
was**. a. few month .._
M.M to Own Slat ot kMorr .t ... CoortHOOM a
the installing marshal find -4ul.l- and a- .. _... oo UM lout day ., J..
SILVER PALM W. M. S. sag Ute..-. ikji.tl.i tt>".. ISM kollMliisl .. UM ....r of bat II. A, Cameron
.'._ .. _
TO HAVE NCW OFFICERS A. M, or M OM UMOBIHO w Do
H. K., CHURCH GROUP il MAS' .kt f01kJ lo OHt _...,
HAS CHRISTMAS runAbout I The Woman's Missionary Society noted .. Mwml. Fields, the UM nib
day of December, IMT.B. .
fifty of the young people of the Silver Palm Church I Bush's Barber Shop B. UATBIBHAH.Ckvk .
of the Homestead Methodist will meet Thursday ,afternoon at dnvH Coorl.DMto .

Church enjoyed a Christmas pea-I, the home of Mrs. Hugo Vlhten of & Beauty Parlor SEAL Omit "1ori
.II nut party in the old Sunday sohoot Goulds at S.30 o'clock. This .Is the 0.r.rOi. rtNNO, D. CPokltokol
Hlw LOUe ....... Operate t, 14. ItM.NOTICB .
annex Monday evening. The last meeting of the year and I full RejuvenateYour

name of each member bad previously attendance is desired. or APPLICATION TAX

been enclosed In t peanut New officer who will take theu Dens
.. .. Car
Ct Art
M IT4IT- of 131. Flta A. *
and drawn for letter writing and seats in January are: Mrs. Percy NOTICE II IIK1I18" dlVBN Uu D.

gift exchange. At the party the Whitworth, president; Mrs. Reed For P>o>>r ek. Wow of SUM Bad CouMT
.
Tu Certificate N. Hit bnol UM Ilk
totters were written and the Holmes, vice-president; Mr*. tar of AimM A. D. in*, ban ,.... OMMIn Wood Work
Identity of the writer guessed Maud Chandler, treasurer; Mrs. mt 01'.... Bad kM 0.40 .mlloulM. for
Fender
a as dons a be bound tb..a. Now Body Repair.
Various games and contests were Mildred Scott,It'CnIv; Mrs. Harley Can". ... ._ IW foUoolna *to>rw>

enjoyed, and cookie and punch Core, luperlnt' dent of Bible PlumbingInstallations .4 "rrnirl.,...,. ..ta...UM.tw. Counts, of Dodo SUMo Tops and Trimming

were served. study: Mrs. R. W. Piothero, superintendent M ft of E. flu ft. of S. lot ft.of Stat Cover

Present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. of outlook and publicity; ::1.01'.NEH. SoHlM 14. TowiMkh)
II M EM lo tk* COMM
H. Nolan Mrs. Ivan },fOllr, Mr*. Mrs. 0, C. Cunningham welfare .T .f (** SUM W ......... PalnUnrArt's

J. E. Clone Mrs. lisle CorrtU, superintendent; and Mrs. J. D. ... Tko nn.ii..M of MM fwmrlf seder
MM onUflrato bound was talk* UOM
Mrs. Casper Williams, Mrs. A. C. Wysong, superintendent of local I., Aoro M ro?.

Carter el Columbia, S. C. Mill I work. I .1' I, Unions. MM onUflMto. IMII. .k* M.SoMMofl Paint Shop
iMi /ae to .... UM ronortr,
Repairsand d..riW tWwl will ... ..w .. UM ktok.MI .
kUMr M Uw Caws home tarn o* DMflnt
N. EIOMK: A VL
1 Monday I. UM Milk ., r kn.r.. Ml
REAFE II Septic TankConstruction lass.Into wkk fc UM TU .., ., r"rMr 7.I .

I D..... Mill nod o>r of Do.tnhor. MIT.K. .
MES. A. rre a. LIATHKa.tN.I .
NABOB. I I Clark ., ClrnM Cow*. LEGAL NOTICES
Dodo County. norios '
DINNER' See PLATE LUNCH We. I B. H. c. iricBBErr. a o. j jDR.R.S.AKERS PROCLAMATION
i iHARRY'S CIrrtdt Cow ." WKEBBAS. UM .tt.. .h.r or of MM COO:
and ServiceSEE sees. '1, J. C H" ..... ., KoMMoBS >m.liloi for UM otarUM of
iI a _.. ... soma oho MKMllowo bisa.wlly
I OB UM oionM ToMdir !. Jar
wry M MM rhjr hell brtwwa UM KOM of
I seen .. .. eaa ".d.wa"*
I I AND WHEHkAS, ko. Mk K roMonH -
WELDING, SHOP of to* my ot HuMMMM .... MMItortlon
I dab app.IMd be OW tat n ,we so
otfMllo Mowlr W. B, OMO
PRINCETON, HA DENTIST llrrk: Mra. M Uw I. studies: : Hovoni
I W.H.BOOTH Lomb and E. F Hmkor, .......

Portable Electric and AectyVroe WeUlsv M CyUr
CyllMer Head, Aked rise Castings cud BeOen.AelomMlv 8 te IIClenceT Jomrr U. Isle, M BMoMo
.1iPd. M the Hr of HIIOMMM and
Saturdays Ml s0at :. OUOllfM: OJOMIo a WA isle
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rtnc-pooling and Bflgved '........ Connoting rest pouringM4 Free ol UM s UI>. f> k) UM our MNkol
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I Eight, THE LEADER ENTERPRISE u _. Friday, December 31, 1937




; : 1- Social Events -1i 1iMR. Maxwell regular House G Southern Salad Lady ":J IJ I.1'



4 or dripCOFFEE Dressing or 1,
AND MRS. T. E. EVANS CELEBRATE

SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY OF :MARRIAGE,I Relish
1 1 1
liv>> quart \
grant I !
In celebration of the sixtieth grandchildren Mary Lou Z7c
niversary of their marriage Mr. Slater and Nolan Secriat of Miami Z5c
and Mr*. 'I'taaIuI..Evan,beloved and Jackie Dunn Weldt of .J.Jr
Z pioneer couple of Homestead were Washington; and Mr. :Evans sis-
.t home to more Hun one hundred let Mrs. M J. Smelaer of CoralOut
friends ud relatives from I to 10 GahiIR. Happy New Year to All I

o'clock on Christmas evening. of town friend present I r
Many friend called during the went Mr. and Mr*. Henry Prld- ,
ill day, also. gen of Jacksonville Mis Ruby HEINZ ASSORTED Fancy Blue Rose \
I' t.fl'l. Evan in white silk and Abbott and Charles and Edwin
r Mr. Evan 1* aW received their I'Zaben* of Rldgewood, N. J, and I
y Mr. and Mn. Kale A. Lane Mr. RICE,51bs..23cJULIETTE
flowore' and Mrs. O. Lament Grew, Mrs. SOUpS 2 large 1 bans Z7c

( settia from Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Motile Fayne NUb, Mn. Msttle
:. Ewing chrysanthemum from Mr. May Cox and Mrs. Wilkinson of IMkious Ready to serve
and Mn Dt L Shackleford. fla JoIIami. '
I loll from Mr. and Mr*. Preston B o there present Included: Mr. MEAL OR GRITS
':I Bird and from Mr.. and Mr*. I. P. and Mrs. Edward Silting Mr. and PURE GOLD Plain or Self Rising "
McLean, and rose from Mr. and Mrs. Preston B. Bird, and son, 5 Ibs. 19c
: Mrt W. B. Cave I Preston, Mr. and Mn. A. P. Webb, 5 lb. bag ... ............ 21e _. .,.. .
; The anniversary gifts were, Mr. and Mrs. C. L, Johnson Mr.
Flour 10 lb. bag 45c Bob White
: I spread on table In an adjoining and Mrt Fred Redd and daughter,
room. I Mill Anaabelle, Mr. and Mn. 20 Ib. bag.---- 75c
t Punch wu served by Mrs. A, R. Frank: Schneider, :Mr. and Mn. TOMATOES2No.2cans.15c
Livingston from a frozen punchbowl W. B. Cave, Mr. and Mrs Frank I
huge block of Ice with a Belts Mr. and Mn. W. M. BORDEN'S SILVER COW
( deep bowl-shaped depression for lev, Mr. and Mn. J. D. .
J. the beverage frozen In the Ice: and Mn. Howard LambMr.8t1d-j '
surrounding the depreulon wa Mrs. Tho Brewer Mr. and Milk 3 large cans ZlcSave : STANDARD
a wreath of American beauty rosebuds Don E. Ferrryra, Mr. and '
; ., and surrounding the Ice I H. Lehman. Mr. and Mn. Ralph I the PEAS OR CORN2No.2cans.19c
block were tern frond and roae Edward. Mr. and Mrt a H. coupons
r Cake and settee,also, were *erv- I Ewing, Mr. and Mn. A. E.
ed. The wedding take an immense i ingston.Mr. and Mr*.W. M.. uv-I RICH CREAMY
.: two-tier one-with Icing ,Mr. and Mr*. Henry Brooker, -
In rose and lily of the valley design Mr. and Mrt Ceo. Ranaon, Spry 3 Hi. can SSe Grubers.Pure
wa a gift from two of their I and Mrt J. S. Horton and daaghter -
daughter Mn. B. F. Stebbln and 1 Wava, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr*. F. S. Loomis, who were assisted -I Tom Vaim Mrt C. P. Jackson, GRAPE JAM
In. serving by their sister ,Mrt M. M. Bitten, Mn. Lena oss
I Mrt F. E. Joy of Washington D. Knowtes, Miss Louie Long FitzPatrick 11b.jar.15e
C., Mrs. Stebbln daughter :Mn. Miss Mary Jackson, Mba
Ceo. C Slater, Mn. Loomla 'I Jennie LobdelU Francis FlUpat-l VEGETABLES Fresh Meats
Brand Sliced
daughter, Ma.: Marlon.Secrlst/ and rick, Clyde and Roy Murray, J. C. Banquet
Preston Bird, Jr. Vann A.T.: Jackson,W. O. Anderson
t riorttta Darling Evan wa*born Albert Peterson* Boa Axon COBBLER Country Roll PINEAPPLENo.2cart..l5c
In Rive, Mich. 77 year ago and J. B. Russell, Clyde Lowe, A. H. 1 .
Mr. Evan wa.born in Thorn Hill .Thurmond and H. M. Harrison Irish Potatoes CreameryBUTTER
Canada, W year ago They were Gift wen received, also, from !
married In Sheridan, Mich., and Or and J. B. Tower, Mr. and I
lived in Michigan until they came 'Mn. Howard Carter of Miami Mr. 10 Ibs. ,.. __.. 18c ROYAL PUDDING
'to this district on Jan. t, IIJ08, and land Mrt W. K Walton, Mr. and Of
settled on a homestead In Redland. ,Mrs. W. D. Horne Mr. and Mrt Ib. _____ 36c GELATINFAR
A few :yean later they leased the Howard Johnson, Mr. and Mn. York
betel In Homestead and later ,Jack Polk, Dr. and Mn. Herman Fancy i
Good Western 3pkgs.14c
erected a new building the present ,Schlrgel Mr. and Mrs. Green
t Radian Hotel which they told ;Hive, Mr. and Mrt Chat E. Elch- APPLES
In lilt. Since 18n they have ,enberaw, Mn. Lydia Capllnger Round Steak WESTPRtlNES
operated the Evan: House which and Mrs Ida Tibbetts.., Ibe. 23c .y
1C South Krame I :,, '
CIa arenas Mri Ib r.,....... 25c
Relative prevent at the anniversary and Mrs L B Summers el( .. -
Miami and Mr. and Mn. Whltaxm
\ sons-in-law eajobratieji and daughters Included: their Mr. 10ve.- Sprlngfieldv Tena! Crisp* LargeWatt"' Chuck. ; No. 2% can __ 15C
: sad Mr Joy from Washington ''wen luncheon gneste of Mrv and ',.1.

; < TV.aadMsa.Stsbhlan and lttr.and Mr E. J. Dyal Mondage.Toner's Ll ITUCE, BEEF ROAST I I ALL GOOD
\ Kfr. L omJa; their daughter-in-
f 1'- law, Mn. Florence Evans ofProvidence i'l7c Fruit Cocktail
heads :
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v R X, wi.t the late Fesertl Home Ib. ... ... ...... 23c : I

Mr Earl'*. Slate Evan: ;;Ma.five Secrbt grandchildren ThomasInry M-M AMBULANCE tOUVICB FULL CREAMBANANAS ;tall can ..u 15e

Loomis and James Storr Lady Atteawtaat Golden. Ripe
Loomis, all of Mlaaii. and Kenneth Phone M4-H Homestead ITa BLUE BOX
Cheese
t Evan: Joy of Washington; three Daisy


.- !I 3 Ibs. _. .. .. lOc lb. ... ._ .. 25c SUPERSUDSlarge

; : size .. 20c
Boston Style Shoulder
FBFSII, FREE PLATE

I Cranberries Pork Roast I OCTAGON ,


2lbs. lb. . . 25c Soap Chips f..
I.' .. __ .. __ 35c

193_. Fancy YellowCARROTS Lean MeatySpareribs..' large size 19cf-


.' BLACK fISSION

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a 2 Ibs 35c FIGS
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2 Ig. bunches .15c FreshDressed

Local 2 Ibs. _______ 25e

,MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING YOU Sno-Ball FRYERSCauliflower Del Monte SeedlesqRAISINS I

HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND Ib. .... ..... 35c

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PROSPERITY ib .. ... ... ... 12c Hens Ib Me
...oo.. pkg. _un_"_ lie
NNOWNWOWNWOMM

? .,,MQOKER lj LUMBER CO. PAPER SHELL Fresh Homemade For Hot Cereal

Fla.t PECANS Sausage Meat Quaker Farina |


1Romestead5 Ih. OO"oo-oo..u 21c lb. ... .. .. 25c!pkg. ... ... 12cPage

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