The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00157
 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: January 7, 1938
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00157
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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EDISON BITES P.-T. A. to Make Homestead 9th School)I

I In State With l\loviess Classroom Aid HIGH\VAY\ FROhI I HERE TO KEY

DUST AS H.B.S... The Homestead P.-T. A. executive ---I a sport reel, a nature reel, a travel 1 I WEST HAS ONLY 12rULE'GAP

committee voted Tuesday to reel and a cartoon. The dmla-- ,

install In the auditorium a pro lion charge for school children will
tIe l ten cents, both afternoon and,
FANSLocal jector for It nun. sound films, ao night. The charge for adult will SERVED BY 4 FERRIES DAILYMiami
that the local schools can have be fifteen cents in the afternoonand

this newest of teaching tool tor twenty-five cent at night.

Team Commands ute In practically: *|1 departments "William Tell" la the feature -

Attention From Miami geography, history,sciences,athletics selected aa first choice by a committee iii to Play IUI.S. Boats Slated to Make Trip
art, music English civic comosed of Mr*. A. f
Sports WritersNODEFEAT Homestead will have the ninth Arthur. motion picture chairman In Redland Gym Tonight in 2 Hours With Fans

school installation of such equipment Mrs. Landon Carney, Mrs. C H.SteU.n orable Wind
RECORD in Florida. !, Mrs Hubert Nichols Redland High School will play;

YET UNBLEMISHED To pay for the equipment, the Mrs. R. H. Done, Mrs. Ben Archer Miami High School's basketeers ROAD TOLL 50c CAR
P.-T. A. will pretent weekly: I and T. D. Pichd.Principal tonight In a doubleheader In the FERRY $2.50. TO $10*
motion picture entertainment pro, Redland gym. The first fame
: J. A. Rehwlnkel. Mrs.Done .
:Eleier's Charges to Meet gram, both afternoon and evening. will begin at 7:30.:

Lake Worth High The first of the program will be ,,Mrs finance Archer and president budget chairman and Tuesday night Coach Snydert I Newly Opened 26 Mile Section

There TonightMiami shown on Saturday; Jan. 19. It Mr. Piche who baa been appointed Diamondbacks will meet Edisonon Not Completebut
will consist of a feature picture, the Edison court
local representative of the equipment in Fair.Shape
Edison: High School followed company, on Wednesday Inspected

the example Itt by; Kings- FIGHT FANS GET a similar projection Installation SALE Automobile can now travel 1ZT
port, Term, High last week and that of Miami Edison: mile of the II* mile distance between
hewed r High School. the largest non-pro- Homestead and Key West
to the Homestead Grower
QUANflTYIFNOT 'tensional Installation In the South. PREMIUM! ] under their own power. The remaining .
22-21 In .n overtime game played;
Mrs. Landon Mrs. E. J.
Carney, 12 mile must still be
ea the Edison victory court Tuesday polled; night.Hemeatead's Edi- QUALITY AT GYM I 'Dyal and Mr*. Preston B. Bird, BOOK IS STARTEDAfter made by ferry but Instead 0f User

aon1 undefeated record for thtaeeaaoa' 'aided by high school pupils, will five to nix hours rewired for tfte
conduct the P.-T. A.1 annual 38-mile water gap betwee Lower
and maintained what Miami -- ,.
'election tag day drive next Tues, Matecumbe and No Manse' Key
Attendance at the Initial boxing
sports writers term the amai definitely settling the
card offered In the Homestead day. I or the hardly; less Urn required"for
iag record of successive victoria date of the annual Redland District -
far th* Growers. school: gym last night under the J4 *. Dyal and Mrs. Bird are fruit festival tor the week the. split ferry trip to Oed 1
} The local were bandtcipped.t; auslces of'the local future farmed the'P.'T; ?ommttter "'eIlU" ot Feb.'It 00'March S, the\ .ni- during recenmon *?, the fairy <
I of selling! the advertising space In time has been cut to two hour,t*>
a slkk-aa-glas court to which chapter was so good that annourament ber of commerce Is fast maturing
they were unaeeustonwd, but after was made that the the fruit festival premium booklet plan for staging the event, Geo. cent when the boats encounterstiff

watching hi* B team player slide contemplated series of bouts wouldbe W. Turner, president announced head winds.
round helplessly In the preliminary1 carried out, with the next program Mi*. Done will manage the P.- ;yesterday.following. Moreover Instead of only; arse
game with Edlioa'* B team of matches scheduled for Friday T. A. booth at the festival. a conference with city ,ferry: a day. or at best two a day
Coach Dieter aent out for I liquid night Jan. 2L James Simmons official Monday; night a minor during the height of the winter,
with which he doped the sole of and Bud Reed local light-I change In location baa been decided tourist heaeon, the boats are able
his vanity crew" with aucceaaflumult heavy material, were announcedas 'LEGION POST TO upon. exhibition tents and to maintain I a schedule of fourtrips
*. principal for the mala bout fair ground will occupy: the municipal a day each way between Hrg
Otherwise the two team went frank: Basso, 16S pound boxing diamond bell field and Key; and No Name Key.; The tentative

out M the floor on equal footing champion of Riverside Military BEHOSTTOBOYSCOOTTROOPS overlap Into the small city; park: schedule of trips, which has .
except that where Homestead beat Academy was awarded a decision north of the diamond. Previous been difficult to adhere to beet v*

Klnfiport Thursday night of lastweek over Sandy Banana, 1(9 pound agreement to us* part of the airport ef strong head wind experienceden
by one point. Edison beat the New York City; boxer, in last not In actual flying service the trip from No Name Key
TeBoeaaeanf Saturday night by night' main bout The affair was were cancelled when It was found during the past week or two van
tour point somewhat of a disappointment as the state aviation department announced aa follow:
Jade B3, veteran sports editor each showed a healthy respect tor The Homestead American Legion might object to closing the south Leave Hog Key; ( a. m. 10 a. aav

e* the Miami Daily Nw, gave the the other and a disinclination to post voted Wednesday night runway Councilman frank B. 1p.m.and3A0p.m.
atooMeteaoVEdiaon victory a *- let things develop into a teal mix- 'to resume its custom of awarding Rue also pointed out the possible Arrive No Name Key: 11 a. ....

yoM; eight cohunn streamer ... :medal,to the bey and girt la the danger to festival throng from II noon, J p. m. and S.JO: p. m.
tttat thrilled the total boy; to The first preliminary boat,.between crop dotting airplane now using Leave No Name Kay a an.
ninth ef Homestead
I grate
a, OL, 12 noon and 3p.irs.Arrive .
their toenails And underneath Robert Hobson S3 pound. the field dally.
I an4 Redland schools chceen by Hoe Key IO L .._. Ik.
Atthat warmed and John Kuhn. 114 '
il was a thew pounds-.bath No fuU-Oedged carnival company -
hearts.The. eighth/ grader* ':waa declared a their classmates for character, win be engaged this sewoa.I a.,2Pm.sad3pat.
Hole Grower outplayedtheir draw. In the next match again l tadenhipt scholarship and cour Instead the ride, shows and midway The M miles of road between;
large rival the entire evening between eighth grader. liarryBowen age The medals will be presented attraction will be brought to Lower Matocvmb to Hog Key I 1
M technical at the end of the first semesterby were opened to travel 011 Hrw
the News account said. "Beat pounds, won a Homestead from fMuaad Park
Its the BaUer On the rebounds kaock-eut over Carl frvdertck ; a member of the local peat Miami. Several( the major. Year day; subject to ton al ,I ISO
It M frank 11J The Legion post will Invite both cent a ear and M cent far
proved e great asset was hi pounds Topptno, (Continued on Age four;
decision over the Homestead and Redland Boy each paaaenger In addition to Ot
(Continued on Page four) pounds was given a ;
Joe DtNaUIe, 105 pounds, and a Scout troops to a wiener roast at UM Welfare Office driver collected at Lover Mate-
.Screen Celebrities bout between D. L. Bowen and the Legion hall on the first meeting cumbe. The toll charge far
David Roberta each about 120 night of the poet which suits the H* 'rib Lee Urges truck using the newty-: pead seer
Visit Royal Palm Park pounds, ended in a draw. convenience and pleasure of the LIon of road and bridge H $1C
Scouts. The All r." 4a. ,n person Interested -, flat
Walter Colding, 150 pounds, wona opinion was expressed
Maureen O'SuUivaa of Beverly; tochlncal: knock-out over Robert that Legionnaire should give J .' lulls and Joan Bennett of Hollywood : Crubba, 131 pounds. all suport possible to the Boy Scout epp WPA. CCC I trip ha* been lit at 13.50 to flH

Cat., screen celebrities. were I The fans who turned out seem movement especially; In extendingaid NYA raster in making a aar, depending on length a**
among recent visitors to Royal complaints, tiuig assistance already weight
!ed satisfied that they got their and co-operation to the scout
Pdlra State Park who signed\ the I mor.e/1 worth. What wa lad masters. applied! for should use the Due to pouring of the undsrpaea 1tjft
register In the park lodge. Homestead office ot the Dade' at Long Key fishing Camp UreI
made lu
i Ing In quality was up The post voted to apply for the
Other visitors Included Orlando and diversity of matches. l t County board of social welfare I II a detour In the the? new tectte
quantity; ; beano concession at the coming
t. Weber Jr, assistant in the department I I which was recently establishedfor of road there but the work of
fruit festival.Present
of ornithology. Museumof Director.I I their convenience, said Curtis pouring the underpass win baycon
:Officers and
Natural History, New York: & at the meeting Wednesday R. tee South Dade member of the pleted today according M> en*>
S. Holt New Haven, Coniw, nature I Of Bank Are Re-elected I night was fred Lucas, first board. yesterday.The ; users, and the detour CM be eliminated
lover;; W. E. Poland West Palm commander of the Homestead post office In the McCrory; Arcade within the next three week
Beach; frank S. Lyman.; Lantana.TOE At the annual meeting of stockholders who returned I six weeks ago from and la open on Tuesday and There I* no part of the road) that,
of the first National Bankof ,Slgourney, Iowa, where he has Friday from ,.. m. to 1 p. m. with la uncomfortably rough and the
WEATHER Homestead Wednesday the :been a resident for tile past ton Mrs. Evelyn W. Sanders, senior wont that happen to can: assist
existing board of directors wa reelected ;rears. He I* now located on Key: visitor, aid Mrs. C. L. Ooley junIor It I* I splattering ef white mart
orFl.a..5era.I w ......es.it6s..h and at the director meet. Largo and expect to remain permanently visitor. In charge. oa the detours.
"-- In this of florida.Mr. .
; part
Ing which followed, existing officers The welfare board .proved OT It will be tU fourth tt July before -
Date [MaxMln| |Bar.) Rats were re-eiscted. .Lucas told of some of the early new old age assistance appllce conversion of the railroad
DOM .1 _. I 10 I .11 130.lt.02, Officers we: Max Loner, president meeting ot" the post Uone at rte saeetiag. Miami Wed- bed between' Ho: Key and Key

Jan. I ___I 73 I 511 130.0'1) M ; ILL: Schaff vice-president; Present also was a new member, aeeday Mr. Lee aiV The monthy Wet win be accompllahed sUtfldenUy -
Jan, I --- IS 1 12 I I W. C Payne cashier. Director Ed Norman who moved; here from : allowance granted averaged to permit autetrobiles) to
440. J _I IS I 13 IIO.GeI ,02Jr. are: Tom J. Harris, chairman Mr. Da Uon. Mass. Dec. I with hi* wife I1T.M to the tadirldueL At the hwt all the wy to Key Wes
4. ,_.::.1.:11 I 1111 ((30.MI ..a9Jahn. loaner Mr. Schaff A. f. Webb and two children and purchased aanj*-0rae the board rejected) 102 under their own power final_
I __.i! 77133 I 110.03, T. E. Kirby, J. W. English and Ctreatment the J. W. English home on applicants as Ineligible for assistance Nation Ie-not anticipated before
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Pace Two .nte. LEADER ENTERPRISE; Friday, January 7. 1938


(EXPANSION NEED settle a long-standing feud between f'------'
E H. OaDaher and Charles I 'r

Pratt both past presidents of UM r' The Redland Rattler NATUROLGAS

OF MIAMI HOMEIS Lions Quo will be staged In the I i .* -
den on 'l\ltlda.lara. 14, It was an-
nounced. Thos. X. Kirby baa BT FOB COOKING
TOLD TO CLUBS been chosen M refers and the I r ;1 I '
battle will be attended by an ex- Delaney's advanced home Cox. Members of the supreme

pert corps of seconds, timekeeper economics clan visited the Hol court are Billy Hllson, Mary Ann I1rrR
D. Lisa. M N. = i
Homestead Rotarlam and Red- L. C. Davis mama
trainers, doctors and ambulance urn Bakery Friday afternoon Brown, John Borgardt, I
land District Lions mingled In u men. Friends of the principal Members of the claw *'ho went and Kenneth Hawket and the attorney | f '
evening of Instruction and entertainment are Invited to witness the match, on thetrip were Catherine Bell, genera* Is E. J. Graham. ..L-----d,
at it Joint session In the regardless of club affiliations. Marjorie Campbell. Elisabeth They were appointed by Albert --

LJons Den tm Silver Palm drive I' Halnlin. Neva Lott. Melba Bonds, Halnlln. Warren Wood, Marie
Tuesday night Them were M Clco Chubb, Areelia Jarman, Doris; Neill and Cohen Leggett GROVETHEATRE
Member of the two civic clubs GIRL SCOUT NEWSBy Price Elisabeth Sage Bertha' -
AUUey Kemp Scribe I'I'I I
present I I Craft. Ethel Anderson, Evelyn Miss Davis twelfth grade students -
Activities of the Southeast Florida I dumber, Mildred Cox, Beth :' sire preparing a debate to be
branch of the Children's Home At the meeting of the Girl Scouts Jautier Erma Griffin, Bertie Lob The COCONUT GROVE
I presented In assembly soon.
Society In MUral were outlinedby Tuesday at the home of Capt Malta. Saturday and Bandar
Mathla. Ruby NeUl. Vera Parker I,question Is: Resolved, that the
Fred W. orton, president, and SklU a few girls received their Anna Mae Riiwhart Mary Thompson :legislature of Florida should exacta tie to 6F.ua.
Skews 1 and I ..
Ada ISo
Mrs. Minn Robinson, superintendent registration cards. and Doris MizelL law requiring all driven of motor -
of the Institution. Their turned In for
Money was our
vehicles to hold I driver's Iteenae"
tallies Inaugurated the annual drive Christmas cards. Vida Clarke Son. MOIL, Toes* Jan. (. II, 11
Mary Ann Brown .ndMal'
for funds which Is now under way and Dora Scott passed the horse A doubleheader basketball fame
) Eleanor Williams are on the EDDIE CANTOR
In the territory served by the Miami woman's badge test last week. if scheduled to be played Friday negative and the affirmative side
home. The younger girls practicedtheir night, Jan. 7, between Redland u
will be taken by Alice Penney
Mr. Gorton described the origin tenderfoot tell Older girls and Miami Huh at the Redland Ethel Roberts. 'Ali Baba Goes to Town'
and growth of the orphanage and took signalling and fixed shells. gymnasium. The first fame begins
strewed the constant need for The hostess this week was Melba at 730. Admission lOc. Be I
Much could be said about the Wed.. Jan. IS
funds to cope with Its expansion Van Winkle. She served sure to come.
program. One of the chief objects punch and cup cakes. Frances I teachers who spring surprise tests Claire Trevorla
of the current campaign I II to finance Rutland Is hostess next week. the week after Christmas vacation -
II The Miami Federal Theatre, -but why bother I
enlargement of the playground Present were: Mrs. Skill. Geraldine -
which Is inadequate at .... Virginia Klnner, Ann with Molka Reich as supervisor, "Time out for Romance"
present he said. I I Hickson, Marion Edmunds, Melba ::11 planning to give a marionette! Many many of our dear students m

Mrs. Robinson pictured the Van Winkle, Dora Scott, Patty show Monday ..altf'moolat 2 should recognize themselves in Tour, FrL Jan. 13. It

ful attention given each care-J I I Robinson, Jane Fuchs Ourlene o'clock in the auditorium. The] the following: I Francis Lederer Madeleine

child in the orphanage prior Pace, Ruth Graves, Margaret Still- program is being given especiallyfor Slttln' In the classroom ,

adoption Into some private home.I man, Vida Clarke, Betty Bailey. students of the elementary ,Watchln' the clock- I CarrollIn
Skilled matrons! are In charge ol Kathryn_Graves, Barbara Miller. I!school and will Include such numbers :Just sittin and wonderln I

departments. Not a single death Mary Kathryn Suber Jenny Har- I as "Snow White and the If the darn thing's stopped. .
has occurred since the Miami dee, Anne Rheney, France Rut- Dwarfs," "Jack and the Beanstalk I I "IT'S ALL YOURS" "

branch, caring for an average of land and Athley Kemp. ," and "Little Black Sambo." :Just ilttin', not walkln'.

80 children, was established, she :Just think In'. not talkln' Sat. Jan. 15 '

Mid. I Country Constable: "Pardon, The officers of Student Council Only one thing on my mind- ;
H. Leslie Quiff police chief of miss-but swimming Is not allowed In the Redland High School were : Dell\ please ring ahead of time. Smith Ballew
Miami, and L. F. Jahn of the Miami In this lake... elected by acclamation last Wednesday t la 1'

detective bureau, suppliedthe City Flapper: "Why didn't you The president is Albert : I'd like to holler, "WESTERN GOLD"
entertainment. Mr. Quill tell me before I undressed'" Halnlln; vice-president, Norman 1 No I'd rather scream.

demonstrated ventriloquism with Constable: "Well, there ain't no I Beiuon secretary Mary Eleanor'I one too lazy, -
the aid of a Charlie McCarthy law against undl't'uln.Ex.LEGAL Williams, and treasurer, Mildred I Cues 1 ril Just dream. READ TUB WANT ADS
dummy and Mr. Jahn gave a "1
clever slelfht-of-hand performance NOTICESNOTICE 1

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When The Family DecidesTo

Own Its Own Home


THAT'S a momentous occasion in most of our lives. AU member

of this group meet in conference, as it were-and then make the

important decision.
Come: la and tee this *enaatfenalreMftt

tor that maintains Lower If the verdict favors an interview with us, you have decided wisely.

temperat-4 Higher humki.t, at Well be glad to advise you about materials and financing.Drop

iff Jnereaea in Current I'jttSet in and talk over your plans with us. .

the now /taiSJb Interior ar>

rantemsnts vi& 9 dJTcrent QD I

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FATMAs ) Alt!a /I a50 I I
Hardware and Building Materials :

LItEDLAND I Frank Skill, Owner :

APPLIANCE 't 1 N. Krome Ave.. Phone 507-J

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Friday January 7.193& THE LEADER-ENTERPRiSE Pan Three
CITY I Work'of revising the city regtetration Mrs. Campbell" borne where all went home with expression Sunday afternoon at taG o'clock,
)I books was Urte meeting and is being continued the cnuntry-ilde until appetites Mr John Campbell, who provided announce, and .U members
DEMANDOFPWA) by a committee" composed of wen sharpened. thee truck and to all then who are requested to'be present.
Mayor Tom J. Harris, City Clerk helped to make the party the suc
At the
bay end of Mowry street
Ralph J:. Edwards and Councilman C'IIIIltwu. .err
FOR INSURANCE canal around a bonfire, all enjoyed
Morris At present the
mauling wieners and feasting on
voting list contains sums 1250fames Homestead High 4-II ClubBy
them after they were combined
This total will be reducedby Teresa Enid
with slaw, mustard, buns, and so \
CompUl Public forth. The feast concluded with This week Lou Bell GrenneU PAD )
Work Administration that voters who are no longer qualified
the city Insure its power plant and by reason of death, removal of a round of home-made candies told about her trip to Washington I Eo
water tower tor end orange Juice. and showed different things she
enough to protect residence or recent changes In city
the recent government rehabilitation boundaries. Those present Included: Miss got while up then.
loan of $23.001 was the chief Promiscuous hauling of soil from Wanda Sickle, Miss Mildred Cox.I Mrs. Mary Carbon was down
subject of discussion at Monday city; land adjoining (he septic tank I Min ArceUa Jarman, Miss Helen from the office and she told the
night's regular session of the city will be halted Immediately by Cook. Miss Leila Ball Miss Irene members about the contests the
council. council ruling Cordon W. Ivey,I Jones. Miss Marie Neffl, Miss Alda 'D. A. R. li Jiving. The tint if on 1
A policy already written and utilities superintendent, was Instructed Sykes, Mist Mildred Lewis Miss I the flag; the second, on the constitution -
submitted in response to bids by to post trespass notices on''Norms Gossman, Mill Peggy Allen of the United States; the
'TV M. Bradley, local insurance the property. Mrs. M. A Baker, Maxwell third, the best original patrioticsong GeneralIubIic
agent, was declined when It was _"" iBeatty and a Mend, and Adviser : the fourth, the "Star Speg-
found the premium amounted to REDLAND F. vTl\ I'IM. A. Baker and the following led Banner" written from memory
members-Don Lair, Richard Jensen -- UtilitiesREDLAND
$1,300 annually, a sum not provided By mills Barley
for In the current budget '_ _,,__ Richard Ball Fred Vihlen. R. D. T.P. V. COUNCIL TO MfcftT,
Harold Hampton. Larry Holt, William The Redland District Young
It was disclosed also that the
government valuation of the plant Redland F. F. A. Have, Hampton Cecil Parker, Rex:i I People's Union council will I meet! Homestead Phew $18.01
was some 980000 more than the Wiener Roast on Hay Rid Romine, Warren Wood, Billy!i In the First Baptist Church on',
original cost of the property to be I campbell Donald HawlM. L C.I
Insured. At the suggestion at Members of Redland Chapter Davis, Charles Dehrens Walter
Councilmen Frank D. Rue and F F A., and friends enjoyed a I Thompson, Alvin Profiero, Elmer|! CAFEMRS. 1 i
B. W Morris the city will ask WPA hay-ride and wiener roast Tuesday Hampton. j .
officials for a revaluation. In night as guests of Mrmb I I After disposing o* the A. NABORS. Prop. I
I the meantime a new policy giving Billy Campbell and his m"thr"11n. ments, all mounted the retresh-I
temporary coverage In the sum of Mae Campbell I I returned to Mrs. DINNER Me PLATE LUNCH HeGDI i
$35,000 la being prepared. At 7 30 the party assembl) at where goodnights were said and,
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Paw Four TUg ENTERPRISE Friday, January 7, 1938

4 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE I FESTIVALContinued -CHURCH .NOTICES....' Says Saloons and Bad Movies Would Go 'I

hltUlbeti Fridays a* HoowMead. -;: :ii'Tr"c'iiv': i.'' If Not Patronized by Church People

; Fto.. by Uw South Did from Page Cones Jan, I Moraine sermon: ,
IBUshlnr C*. concessions have been selected Tbe way to Hake ream With Saloons could not exist If church Bert Andrews, Mn J R. Byrum,

already, following a visit to the Oed"! evening sermen: "Why people would stop drinking and Mrs. G A West, Mn C. O Rob

alt( ARCHER _..___ Editor Miami amusement park by Mr. lame Receive Cartel sad Other the movies would become clean U ertaon; and for boy: D. H. Del. '

} MARJOE1E LEACH ARCHER Turner and the chamber executive De Not"CHRISTIAN church people would not patronize linger, J. L. Scott Mn. J. L Scott, "

._ ..__.__ Associate Editor committee objectionable films! Judge Walter Mrs. Jess Gossmon.

All play feature chosen thus SCIENCE CHURCH H. Beckham of Dade County Juvenile In the primary, beginners and

Catered M second claw mat far have met tile approval of the ,... I Ueea-sen court told the rata-here of the cradle roll departments the oftu '

wits! Murk t, lots.at la* pest censorship board which was completed toptal ".........." First Baptist Church od Homestead ten are: superintendent, Mrs J. t

Tic* al ponce"e&Florida.sager by the addition this week at the supper In the Sunday school R. Doney; secretary, Mist Elks "

.. act ., Bhrch. 1171.WJB. of the DAly. C. N. Walker to repr- FIRST METHODIST CHURCH building which preceded their an: Vann; pianist Miss Christ)** <,

I PRICE ILM A TEA scat Ice ReSend District Ministerial J... .-IcrsMsi themes at nual meeting last Friday nigh Hughes: The teachers an: NnI. .

'r Association. The other 11 a. SL, Tfce ben of the -Glv u* more Sunday schools, M. P. Walker Mn. H. J. Dav'L.

Members ., Use board are Them |)Bds.w raf.d Christ"al 1M mole Bible teachers and more Big III.... I: T. Vann Miss Christine !.

A Creed of Work for j J:. Kirby, chamber of commerce p. BV, Treparediaess for theXaasrgnele4 Brother movements," was the Hughes, Miss NeUJ Mae Msrttoi..,.r",:...

Women I IBy treasurer and George L Swan,' ef IJfa"A speaker's dosing- appeal Mrs. F. L. McHwsln, Mrs. T. *, .>>

z president of the Bedland District cordial ...... to the Other numbers on the program Kirby Mrs. Charles Martin, A. J, .

taco Drake GUI j Improvement Association. : public to worship with the were j clarinet solo by George M. Campbell,' Mn. J:. J. Polk Vn .

I believe that every woman The Homestead Parent-Teacher Methodist escwregaUen.T. Trick, with1 piano-accompanimen Luna Lett, F. L, McDwaln. J ,

develope4 Association hat been given the by his daughter Miss Virgin ror-n'f; the cradZf "

degree o poI. privilege of getting out the premium JOHV8 CHURCH frick, and a vocal selection by a E. J. PoUt, ;'

support | booklet toe the festival. Sale: JSA t-flrst after Iplphsajrt trio composed of the Misses Norma, The W. M. U. officers ire: pn*. ': f".k4

She needs It commercially for of advertising space in the booklet Heir Koeharlsl at 7:11 Church Mae and Rachael Gossnun. !Went, Mrs R. E. Edwards; first '<\1 i

i MI insurance against ,........ Is being directed by a committee' school at 'Ie, maliaa sad serous Results of the annual church vice-president,.M.... J. Tom Vann; i
composed ef Mrs. E. J. Dyal and en Tbe Meaning ef Ufa" and Sunday school election were second Mrs. Catherine
She need it socially for a Doorprehending =
with the Mrs. Preston B. Bird who reported -' at 11. Toung People's Service as i follows: Pickard; vlce-preiU

world't workers.sympathy progress yesterday. J. N. Croft League al (:.SO.Fifiold Pastor C. N. Walker; treasurer dent, Mrs. C. O. Robertson; record.

lof Miami has been engaged to sell A. L Campbell; clerk, R. Z. Edwards ins secretary, Mn. James Vann;

She needs It Intelligently for II I booth space In the commercial exhibit and Steffani ; choir director J. Q. Caldwell corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. N. '

'e constructive habit of mind which section, Mr. Turner an Talk to Potato MenA ; pianist Mrs. G. I. Gault; Walker; treasurer Mn. S. L. West; "

nuke knowledge usable. nounced. assistant pianist, Mn. Howard literature chairman, Mrs. E L. ;

She needs It ethically, for a Johnson. Lawrence; penonal service, Mrs 1 ;
Vovregeous willingness to do her talk on potato varieties by Deacons: A. J. Campbell IMusselwhtte Frank Irwin; stewardship,

hare of the world'a work. EDISON BITES Willard M. Fineld assistant horticulturist Dr. J. a Tower, R. Julia Polk; mission study,
of the Subtropical Experiment

She needs It aesthetically, for E. Edwards, F. L. Mcflwstn, Ceo' D. Pie! f; Margaret Fund, Mrs I
Station, and a thorough
an understanding of harmony re- I M. Trick, W. R'.Cheshire, S. H. Home; social chairman Mn.
Continued of the federal soil con Mre.1'
( Tom I'ac.lJn.)
latlonshipk ai determining factor 'Fitch, W. D. Home T. Q Shackle er Davis; R. A. leader, C.
In conduct and work the extra period, with the seer servation program and crop coals I Walfcer Sunbeam leaden,
knotted at 22 all that Charlie by County Agenth C H. Steftanl ford.Trustees
I believe that : B. W. Mortis, Q. I. L West and Mrs. T. E. Klrby
e every young woman Little look one *f those reboundsand were given at the regular meeting .
should practice this skilled: occupation i Gault, J. R. Rutland, A. E. Campbell A. leader Mn. Bart Andrews;
( the Dade County Potato
dropped It through the net
R. Musaelwhlto. W. A. leader Mn. J. D. Tynsr. 'I
to the tint ol her
up Inc.last night at Goulds Growers I
marriage, for | deliberate intent to acquire there ,Homestead fed throughout the C J. Caves J. B. RuUand, Mn. L. A. Wise; tor No. 2, Mrs '
F. Arthur chairman of the "
from the widest possible protee- gam Only In the test minutes Goo M. Trick C. a Bobertson. T. E. Kirby; for Mo. .. Mrs. C H. ,;'
building rnssmlttoe. reported that
f play, when Joe Downs link afoul Rice for Ho.' t Mrs.
atonal and financial experience. Baptismal committee: Mrs. ; A. D. Smith; .p
$2,000 in cash was already in the
goat and added a neat onehanded A. King Mrs. Chas. Martin MnC for No. 9, Mrs. D. R. Snyder. r,?
I believe that fund and the committee
woman building
every toss from the side of the
O. Robertson The B. T. V. officers .
; H. E. Cooper, R. an: sensual 'iIII1
about expect nwrrtof M liter eoart,'Wft'I the 1tatdeN III IICribIII 44 .eJi Jousted expectations that: J:. 'EdwardlMusie director Mfr 'Christine Hughes; .. .+"
nipt for some yean the pursuit of distance.1' this wen would be Iwressed to "
committee Mn. 7. R. general Miss "
: secretary. Lucille
any regular gainful occupation ". or | .K& .
; TU score at the end of the first .4
West "
Kntktad Mrs. S. L. West 'Geo. MFrkfc
that aha ihould prearrange "with quarter ws 4-4 for Horaestead.Al The next regular meeting of the Th iar y ., ....1\
her wDl..IIrW.1 ; O. L Gault, M... Howard B. : P U. officen
husband Mine ooultaU 41 CM sod ef the halt K was 11III -' polite asssrisUM Johr.a Moffetta
vision ot The family Income inch favor of'the locals and subs Thursday. I' S.Fraaklia : are prealocnt, Tammy:
eonoittee ,
fund James oforpresidest.- Moon
Building : ; 'sec
u will Insure..a genuine ptrtnernift the taint quarter closed.stead u-
rather than a pwitiMef dependence Wollai*.":W. E., Lewis, Mrs. f. J. ratty Ellen Vasnkreaur wad still ahead U-IT. His ,
Gracery '
j' Polk. Mrs. F. H Redd, Mrs.'J. a. bertHol4mgi t4H/Myrtle ,
either tide and .
(on ); Inch men for u.Uttaa -- was .
New Manager Meat Dept Rutland.Usaen. ,Moon; pianist, Christine Hugh;
+ that she should focus her chiefthought I with points. sad Me-
during the early youth of ; F. L UcDwate. A. D. group captain, Boy Powell sad
Daniel with .. EdI.I
bet children span the MteM end I ion waving were Leading Downs andHeusealumsr Henry C. "....ea, forms ly of Smith:Roland Toteon. Francis Ir- Sybil Cheshire; chorister Francis '

art ofwisstaauly lite. West Haven, Conn, assumed who. O. H. Defflnger. Jt, Ernest: Inrta.
seven petals management of the meat department Sherard.In The Intermedia a Y. P. U of.
I believe that woman, esch. According: to expert .-
of Franklin's Grocery on the Sunday school T. C HOSTS are: leader Mrs. Jaaaas GU-
1 .-ta..1411ope to return, In the aecond I servers, It was the steady tesmwrk '
ShaekMord was made general me', president! Charles Robertson;
leisure tt middle act to acmeher e( *t tile Growen that account
A botcher, for many years, Mr. superintendent and A. A. Bussey vios-iiresident? Annette Campbell;
ed for
early sklllad t ccup Uon- the victory.Homestead
Inhnsaa Is a biXher-hv-Uw .f was made general secretary. secretary, Jeanettt CampJxfl;
either M an unulariad worker in H.l.h'cI travels
M. F. White slither local meat U the adult end senior deportment treasurer, Mary Louis nne;
one one ot Its social phases, or, today to Lake Worth so play bat
cotter of the group captains: Geneva: Vary sad
Sunday school the
it income be an object M a salaried city's high school team Us court '..
officers are: superintendent, T. CSh Doris Kelly; quiz leader aUldad
worker In a phase of it requiring tonight
maturity and social experlence. -' Tag lineup and score of the I West trial Postponed ark le ford; secretary, Laban Betts; pianist, Mabel Ruth Pope;

Edison game: Until Next MondayThe Bishop; pianist, Lucille West chorister Howard West; cor
Teachers appointed are: T. E. L, respoadinff secretary Nina Bollard
believe that Win pascal poUcyit sr..u..d pea I l MM

economic service for American',..DuW. I a 5 w....... f aj n *I, trial o'f"George A. Vest, Mn.Mn. Julia Catherine Polk;Pickard des-;...Dorcas.. Mrs Th, Junior & 1". P. U. officers

women would yield bypreucts a..sas. : : : :: s e t former graesrymaa of Homesteadunder ..
generous I/1D..aS: : :
.I n e ra S. L Wilt; Baraea, T, D. Piche. are: junior leader. Mrs. Frank Ir
of indictment second degree
intelligence respondbility eerie. ass
Senior Os-Ed, Mrs C K. Walker win; president June Vann; vicepneMent .
and contentmentThe LKtte.MrMfchMl.a a s 11"Wert a 1 I I arson charges, docketed tot the
I 1 IIHa.'W'w. I Junior Co-Ed. J. A. RehwinkeL Arnold McDwain; **- \
Progressive Farmer CWM, crisaiaal court of record yesterday,
In the Intermediate and yunlordepsrtmeat 'retaiy-treacurer Mademe Gilmer; '
i rear u t til T m. e "* ha been postponed until Monday the officer are: su- 'group captains, Albert Byrus and -1
Delay in trying the Vest
? It "may be true that I have much. wa due to the unexpected prolonging ease perlatendcnt. a R. Snyder; ......-':Mary It.actIn. "
lea ShankUn Health Talks ant upersntendent. a Inarr. DelllnIt ;
of the A. X. Beamingsesnoeizleraent !
To live on than I had a year ago To Start Next Tuesday prosecution, which are -= UL IL IJeUJa&iltl', 'J

But it U certainly true that I have was due to go to the Jury Wednesday A pianist Mabel Ruth Pop. The :

Just at much to live for. Dr. Lloyd C Shsnkun and his i, under normal court procedure, teaches are: for girl: ....-T. D.' For

The real value of life are Mbakensndsooid. wife Dr. Irene ShankUn. will start)' but I* stul In protrsas. .Piche. Mrs. J. R. Rutlswl. Mrs.':.

a series of fro health lectures] Hearty !" wHsMsee from

A financial Meta can rob us ot an Tuesday U the* Harmony Health I Homestead, suhpesoaid b testify Mill ".
'T EATs i
i that V* have. Food Co. auditorium on the Shank- for the state by County Solicitor
But cannot affect'what we arc nn Grave "P lra venae at Red- Robert L Taylor and vununoned s owe II a"a ..."k. r Ii------per hear ... PlumbingJInstallations

Clalborne Jonason. land road Florida CIt,. Beginning Jar the defense by West's attorneys S-." ma own
then, lecture will lie a& 1:1' Hendrlcks and Beadrlck of r aw "Mad ... -ea

"I bet 111 they dressed all soldiers In due afternoon and 71 at ai htesry Miami attended yesterday. pro.eeedlngs s.Ye.at.aeo ar.t e -.ewe Fear. : 11

la overaRs, there won would been Tuesday and Thursday and will fee recalled Monday r- -=::z ..a L

liar lrne Shasiklin win lecture .
MOT "'.n. -Edna Terber.
Tuesday afternoon on "Why Pee. I. FrAwan now save iron Repairsand

pie Come to Florida Seeking Health
read the fancy recipes,
Fade and Find It" Km husband will !
one a tempting winner. Septic Tank
I speak Tuesday night o* The Difference ,
Theo. daaUnf to bar kltcbeo.Sized Ask U About
.JoetwHa Eating to Live
Some hate and eggs tor dinner ;
I Federal Employee Insurance :tot Jsealtti and Living to ErT. Conijtrectiew

News They will both speak o* Thursday.also. .

I Financing for That Home You I anti Service '

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Fire Insurance and ji .

Hundred Line I Brooker Lumber Co.

II (wUh aft M lee IM) j Building Jfefcrftrfc .f All Molds --.

;Cn9dresi le jI ftUrHONE I
*S K. Kreaw Are, llBlta b.A ak..as..a I Q HOMESTEAD, fiA

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i Friday, January 7. 1938 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Page Five !

Otis Swain of Ty-Ty, Oa, who Mrs. Susie Rwrrcs Dies .
arrived Monday for the winter Is Elavicptary 4-II Club
'staying at the Potter horn on N. At Home of DaLghter -
and Jtl'ound -
I Broadway. Mra. Susie Jane Reeves died at At Ute meeting of the Homestead
10:II 'dock last night at the home Elementary 4-H Club Tuesday In
I ,Mr and Mrs. C H. Baker Jr. of bn daughter. Mn C W Mc- the club room Mrs Mary CarillOn
returned Saturday from Jacksonville 'lot
Homestead Eweu, oa E. 14to street. Funeralarrangements. the Home Demonstration office
where they spent the holidays -' in the charge of told ef the free tripe to 44 camp
with ....U...*. Turner Funeral Home, were incomplete that fie ft A. H. is to award. The
aMn time of going toPN& trip are to be given for the best i
Mia Mary Bradley and her eaaay OO t1eJDW State flag; 'i
Katherine Fisher Schaeffer bed Mil Nellie Davis and Mil Ruth father, Wilbur Bradley were Sunday Mrs. Reeve had been ailing fora the best essay on the eonstltotton; : '
of tile department of expression at TIdwell of Miami visited in Homestead dinner grate of Mr. and Mrs. long time bit was confined to the best original patriotic song, !:
WayMsburg College at Wyne- on.New Year's Day at UM Ralph.Desewed. bad far aly two *eks before her, and th* learning of tb* word of F
:burg POv will arrive Sunday Jar hoot ft Mr and Mn. Harry E.Caopar deatk. Sb was 7J oil i -Star Spangtad .
a stay AJf six or elzti week at The'beaver Mr. and Mrs Geo..L Folk Mrs: TolleUn of Waited Lake. Born.., c.l' II6Dn,year Oa.where MJ*. Cartoon told tie gtrbaboat {
of Mr. and Hiv. C. I. EicbenJxrger and Mr. and Mss. rack Polk. Michigan, is a guest at the home ah peat Mt of bar lisa, Mn.,; the mew home beautification contest -
in Nar*. luring her' of her sisters Mrs. Walter Scautt. Reeve can to llnnssitead to, which has Just started the ?
'stay her bit winter Mr Srbaef- Patsy Loath who I* attondl2 flu with Mr. and Mrs. McEwasi' state. Th state prtnt: will Ib* a
far aseitted Mss Red and r>. T. .'L] die fuaior high school department Lewis Aldrich Mass Sever and and their daughter. Bonus stow trip to the National ..a Congress
tad the Homestead swimming po leoavnitte of Forest Lake Academy, near Orlando Johnny Backer apant three day Mr L. T. Misaach of C riagtieU.M .,I la Chicago.A \
: .*. la giving benefit .... this! year win leave tumor.rw ., camping at Cape Sabto.ZUca *. Besides the daughter and check-up wa mad oa the
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.forutano... i after eroding the holiday! grand-daughter, survivors iaclud: sewing contest thin week. Each t
at the home of her unct and ficBallera Ntunaad Saturday two braiaan W. H Uebley of team ha four girt that have completed u
Paul Z..Camp returned to Washington -: Mr. and Mn. Ben Archer from Miami when *h* visited Could and a A. Mebtey of Graham -I, their work ao we decided < ;
U C. after I tw< -_ I -- 8t:1 relatives during the holiday Abu and four slaws, to have the contest lust en more J <
visit with his parent.Mr. and Mr*. Mr*. Laura Hethertngton: Sam Harris and Mrs. Lewis Mn.1 week. (, 1..
1f. Camp .* East Bluer thrive. South Miami and hue ton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Deaatoad. son of Camlton, Ga. ...... Congress In Chicago. +
MINi Mary Bradley and Wulbur Steven of Heflin Mrs. Fred Redd, tb new leader t J
of Jacksonville, were visitor of Ala. and Mr*. l
Mn. James Elder returned Monday Mr*. Hetherlngton' older, Mr Bradley of Homestead enjoyed a H. Ashmon of Mount ZIon, Ga. wa present <
from Orange Grove Park I'lL. lamer Elder, on Wednesday. flahiof trip on the keys Wednes )

when she spent the holidays with day. Mn.Sara Umphrey Dies Death Takes Dr. Shields
her son and daughter-in-law, Dr.
and Mn. James E. Elder. Miss Joan Kellum of Miami Walter Dixon accompanied by After Long Illness Retired Local Dentist
""--- spent the week-end here a* a guest Carl! Cwodiog, left Saturday night >i,> i
e at>> Mia Geraldine Kelt*. for Camilla Ga. to bring home Funeral services for Dr. Joseph
Mr. and Mn. James Robert an- Funeral services for Mn. Ev
Itounc the birth of a daughter I'Mrs Dixon who has been ill thereat B. Umphrey, who died on New Evan Shields, .!, who died Wednesday
weighing nIne pounds ana fourteen Mrs. liable Krleke of Buffalo, the home of her parent Tear' Day at the lit of 81 after after a long Illness at his
ounce at the Fort Graduate ho N. Y. arrived Thursday ct J..t a lingering Illness, were held at I residence on N. W. First Ave..
pita Wednesday night She ban week to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mr. and Mrs. Blizzard and ion S p. m. Sunday In the Homestead, were conducted yesterday afternoon u
been named Carol Marie. McNellL left for their home in Tennesseelast Methodist Church, with the Rev. by the Rev. It L. Nelson
week after spending the holidays J. J. Richards, pastor, officiating: I pastor of Homestead Presbyterian ;
C. A. Haynes If Dallas, Tex. Ardell daughter of Me. and with Mr. and Mrs. O.Cloningger Burial... la Palm cemetery at Church in the chapel of Turner
left Saturday after pending twoweeks Mrs. C J. Parman, wa ill with and family. Naranja. Pallbearers were E.: & Funeral Home of thta dTtIe t
her with hit parent, Ut.I I toiMiUtl at her home this week. Capllnger. Jason Avery Vlvan body was sent to Cleveland, Tenn., ]'
and Mr In J. Haynei. Mr. and Mn. E. Feed and J. A. Booth. Afton Booth. Hugh BeaUie for burial.
Severy motored to the Dr. Shield was born m Murry \
I Mr. and !In. V. Colling and key on and William Thornton. Turner
'I Mia Anna Lowe MacWttllrn 'Mr.. and .,fr. & K. Fisher *f"'(fiaml Sunday. Funeral Home was In charge of County, On and was a graduateof
of Jacksonville spent last week arrangements. the North Pacific Dental Col-
visited Mr*. Clara Van Winkle
rutting Mb Mama Oautetu. i New Year Day. Lewis Aldrich left Thursday for MIL Umphrey came to Homestead leg* of Portland Or*. He bad
Martin Black ., Augusta, ..., Fort Bragg N. C., after spending from Lexington. Va. Ia 1>U practiced dentistry for H year ':
1---- the holiday, with relatives ben before m health compelled his retirement }
nd Miami- tad Robert Earl: : bee tutter- and became popular for her skilla
Branch of Miami also anent the keg from brunchiua for the past seamstress and costume designer. from active life In 131. '
....k-eD4 at the Cause horny 'week.. Mr. and Mrs. Scott had o Mia Nellie Goading arrived She later married Samuel After achieving camktenbl distinction
Sundayfrom South Carolina, and Umphrey. building contractor la hi* aiutanltia la Sam '
a* visitor over the week-end MrtSeotr ,
i after a short visit with her family Otago. Cal,b* cam* to HomesteadM
Dr. and Mr*. Mn. John frankof brother u4 aarter-4o-law, of Homestead, who survives her
Nashville pmt Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Scott et 'hen went to Fort Plane where Other survivors an three sitters: yean ago and conducted a'
Mn R.M.- Fitzpatrick at Pittsburgh and their so*. :she.has secured a'JIOIIUoD.I Mrs. Gertrude Booth and Min dental etfk .
her home oa Bedlond road. I Leila Hook of Homestead and He U survived by two brother.

Mr*. Frank: was Mn. Fits.trkk's Mr.' tad Mrs. L. T. Ball visited The Ladle. Aid of the Commu- Mrs. Mary Healy of Lrxmgton.DUnt Chart M. Shield of Homesteadand
tint graduate in the Hit- Mr. and Mr M. Julian fai Miami aitr Church.. Wednesday anat W. L Shield of Oregon, and
bee School of Music in Memphis, Sunday mesa the home *f Mn. Hobart Need Seedless i by *. tiatar Mia Flora L Shield
and afterward taught three yean BNck_ Coffee and cab were TON didnt take a vacation kit W this cltT.I .

under Un. Fitzpatrick before the Robert Cast and Jo and Sam served. Those jaassiit were: the year, did your 'I .
went abroad.for two yean study EZickaoA Mile veliMnad to AlabamaPolylekale Rev,C CL Natooo.Mn.Aaoa Beer No. I thought I needed a net" I "'WhJ1a ah reducing*
ki Dresden bad Part Dr. Frank Institute attar a vacation Mrs. .K. Derbyshire. Mn. David Boston Evening Transcript. Oh, to ad dowa *xpaaas."-
Snow Mrs. R. N.Barnea, Mrs. &
fl head of the Oerman deuaitiiieiil it their homes her*.
a;: It
in Vanderbilt University J. Shepherd, Mrs. Lucy Clinton,
Mn. Charles Clinton, Mrs. Catherine -
I Mr. and Mn. C. L Waters of
Mr. and Mr*. E.A. Hartaock: who Miami Spring and Hamlnsport, Potter, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy -
have been visiting their aoa-ln- Mr*. 1... M. Dobbin>> Mr* Dusts and Sprays
N. Y, wen guest of Mr. and Mrs
' law and daughter. Mr. and Mn. Chaa. Camp Sunday.Mr Lucy Hole, Mr*. Tom Cohernour,
I. H. Webster, will leave today Mn. a W. NA.aUInao. MI'I. Freeman
Mn. John Rohrer Mrs. H. N.
for heir balM to Atlanta.Mr. and Mra. Cheater Hvlsmaa
Brown, Diaaa Clinton, Billy and e
of Boston arrived Tuesday for a
.({ and Mr:Lacy Thrower ands visit af several day With Mr. and Jimmy Coheraour. We carry in stock all of the materials listed below
, their son Lacy Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Trite Jackson. They win
Mr*. Bemu Nichols, aU of Dur- return north today. Last week JlllNJSTEU TO MEET for the mixing of dub and sprayi.

lam.. N. C. left Wednesday for Mr and Mrs. Fred Colburn of Fort The Redland District Ministerial -
their ton after:visit heN with Pierce wen guest at the Jackson Association will meet with
,j Mr. cwt Mn. L P. Mcleaa. I lorn*. Mr. and Mn. William Dunlop at We have here mw an electric dust mixer and we
their horn at Silver Palm Mondayat
: Mr. and Mn. E. P. Ball of CreaV. 11-M a. m. A pot hick will be very glad to figure with you on any dust
dock Va, cam Sunday to visit luncheon win be enjoyed by the
Mn. Ball'. parents, Mr. and Mr is... _. W. aVvwy. C..ts .s r ia* ministers and their wives. mixture that yon may want..
J H. A. StepheN of South Allspat- .
tah Garden Mr. Ban will leaver Mrs. Harvey Bullia of DeKaIb

la two weeks but Mr*. Bad will I IJ til, spent Sunday at the home of WANT ADS 1 ..t AV Annul Lead Meewhydnied Capper
: remain for a anent,. I Mr. and Mra. W. C. Myen.
Calclon Aneaate 811I.*.r :

44 f4 .1 I 1 1I 'Paris Green PyrelhrcMaa '*

81_.... A U.a.td Oust

: Fertilizers, Seeds, Insecticidesfor Baal CBwr Many other TabaeeoDiastad utortats.

l. Fall Crops I The Kilgore Seed Co.Honestead .

Awns 63 Fla.HARRYS I l

We have a fresh supply of Stokes, Simons', and Lan- ., J

'i;, dreth's Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and K I.}

Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure WELDING SHOP i

to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. PRINCETON, FLA I

I r stable Etectri and AcetrbsM WeUlag em Cylinder Bleck,

Cylinder Swift Abnahiam Cactteo sad Bellen. ,
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. I
AnteawUr Hackles EepaHag-Calerug to gang U .... !{

Manufacturers Redland Brand Fertilisers Veaitag pedal aad aligned mandate ......... r4 peering ,
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daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. S. -

Miss Helen Livingston WM Installed presented! by Mrs. W. B. Caves. Balllnger of Llncolnton, N. C., and I Mrs. Fleda V. Hughes of Miami O. Desmond, Mrs J. 3. Robinson
worth' matron of Ad Astr. Gifts received by Min Livingston Hardls Earl Morse son of Mr. and lectured on "Florida Flowers and Mrs J, D. Redd, Mn. F. Fleltas
Chapter,of O. E.: S. on Des 11 in included a shower bouquet of Mrs A. W. Morse of Homestead, I How to Grow Them" at the meeting Mrs. M. A. Vivien, Mn. C. P. Jack-
the L O. O. T ball The hall was sweetheart roses; a large serai weer married Monday at the Dade I' of the South Dade Garden Clubat son, Mrs. Wm. V. Smyth, Mrs N
appropriately decorated with poinsettias book from her family presented County courthouse In Miami. The the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O. Ball, Mrs J. A. Daugherty, Mrs
pin bought, and learning by Miss Frances Dabney; a ritual mother of the bridegroom witnessed Dunlop on Silver Palm drive Mon- Geo. E. Deuel, Mrs Ceo S. Raw-
candelabra.The from the Areme Club, presented the ceremony. day afternoon, and In her talk gave lings Mrs. H. C. Reid, Mrs. W. A.
other officers Installed were: by Mrs. Bradley; a gift from Mrs The bride wore a blue crepe ensemble valuable pointers on soils, fertilizing Powell, Mrs Grace M. Smith, Mrs.,
associate matron, Miss Alice Ma. Harriet Erwin, put matron of the with blue accessories. and pruning. J. M. Holding, Mn. Potter, Mrs.
O S. of Miami She was born In Llncolnton and The opening number on the program Chas L. Stone
comber; associate patron, Chs O. E. chapter presented Mrs. J. H. Gay,
Turner; secretary Mrf. W. M. by Mrs Rickard. attended school there. She came was the reading of the "Gard- Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe, Mrs. Shepherd
Johns; treasurer, Mn R. W. Mul- The new worthy matron wa 10 Homestead four months ago ener's Prayer" by Mrs. R. J. Shep- Mn. Dunlop Mrs. Dobbin,
lihs; conductress Mn. Frank given a commission as grand rep- with her parents. herd, president Mrs. Geo. E need I Mn. Bishop, Mn. W. D. Shetz-
Schneider: associate conductress resentative of North Dakota O. E. The bridegroom was born in read several poems. line, Mrs. Reid, Mn. Bute, Mrs.
Mrs Mrs Charlotta Madison but he has lived in Homestead Mrs. Annie Butler Mrs. Elberta Emmett Crowson
R. MatUon; marshal. Mrs. I S., by Perry, worthy Mn. Lena Brick-
E. J. Dysl; organist, Mrs. Delta, grand matron of the grand chapter most of his life and attendedthe Buia and Mrs. W. D. Bishop were ley, Mrs. J. Derbyshire, Dr. Iro
Adah Miss Frances Dabnejr; Ruth, of Florida. Homestead schools He Is 'elected to serve as a nominating Shanklio and Mn.. Butler. u
Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr.; Esther I Mrs. Rickard was presented with employed by the state road department ,committee.
Mrs. J. W. English; Martha Miss gifts for her services by Miss I Mrs. Jaa. M. Dobbin and Mrs.
Esther Livingston! Electra: Mrs. Esther Livingston and Miss Helen They will live in Homestead. H. B. Potter, it was-nnounced, JANET COOPER CELEBRATES
8. J. Davis; warder, Mrs Annie 1 Livingston.Mrs. I will be hostesses to the club on HER FIRST ANNIVERSARYA

Butter: and sentinel, Mrs. W. B. Hunter Harden sang a solo, BISHOPHAR'fLEYENGAGEMENT Jan. 18 at the home of Mrs. Shepherd birthday party was given for
Caves. "It Speaks to the World"; a trio ANNOUNCED I Baby Janet Cooper on her first
Mrs Noncye Rickard of Miami composed of Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg Mn. E. A. Smith announces the Those present were: Mrs. Ralph anniversary, by her mother,_ Mrs.
past grand matron of the O. E. S. I Mrs. Lloyd Delta and Irvin engagement of her sister, Miss Harry r!:. cooper, at the Cooper
of Florida, Installing officer, was J. Lyon, sang "The Star of Beth- AnnieHartley, and Laban K. BRYAN WYNN HAS PARTY home in Downer.Palms.
assisted by Mrs. J. D. Redd, installing lehem"; Mrs. Brandenburg sang Bishop, Jr. The wedding will take ON SECOND ANNIVERSARYMrs. Poinsettias decorated the rooms,
organist Mrs W. M. Brad- a solo "The Holy City," and Mrs. place Sunday at the home of Mrs Augustus Wynn gave a and the color scheme was repeated
ely, Installing chaplain, and Mn. Redd played a piano solo. Durtni Smith In the presence of relatives birthday party at her home Monday In the refreshment course, red
Bob Harris, the retiring worthy the Installation Mrs. Delta sang and close friends.CELEBRATE afternoon for her small son, and green Jello topped with whip
matron who served as Installing "Star of the East". Bryan, who had attained the age ped cream and served with angel
marshal. Following the Installation, punch ANMVE3ART of two. food cake which had red and green
After Miss Livingston had made and cookies were served by Mrs. AT SHINKLTV GROVE A pink and green color schemewas decorations and one red candle.
an address on "Kindness and Charles Turner. Mrs. Bradley, Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklln and his used. The favors were pink The little guests were Jane
operation", she received I Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., Miss wife Dr. Irene Shanklln, celebrated and green noise-makers and the Thurman, Patricia Walton, Herbert
worthy matron's Jewel from Co-I Jewel Turner and Miss Mary their wedding anniversary Wednesday refreshments were cake and tee Turner, Jr., Jackie Caves,
Bob Hams who at the same I Bradley.The by giving a harmony health cream. The cake was decorated Dickie Huff and Ricky Becker.
received the past matron's new officers will preside at dinner on the lawn at Shanklln with a green Inscription and green The grown-up guests were Mrs.
a gift of the chapter which the chapter's meeting tonight grove. candles. Herbert Turner, Mn. W. B. Caves,
The guests Included: Mr. and Mrs. Wynn was assisted by Jr., Mrs. Becker, Mrs. H. O. Thur

MRS. 8FARKMAV CITES ei Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs Irs. Emmett Crowson Mr. and J. G. Wynn, Mrs. Wilburn Mra'j. man, Mn. Virginia Hooks Walton,
f Mrs Fred Henn, Mr. and Mrs. C Mrs Miss Ingeborg Mattson and Miss
DINNER FOR BRIDE-TO-BE Bu-ley Dcnd, Mrs Harold Ox- .Henry Olsen and Mrs. .
A. Shanklln, : Ellen Huff.
Mrs J. B<.$parkman gave I dinner ford, Mrs. Robert Water, Mrs. L. Mrs. Lena Brickley Walker.
Joe Doxsee
Wednesday evening at the Log B. Daiuey, Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Mrs. and A. and daughters Bryan's guests were Jane Thur- I
Tavern In honor of Miss Grace Robert Glenn, Jr., Mrs Proctor DINegro. manr Betty Chandler, Joyce Ennls, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Redd had as
Hobson whose marriage to Ansel Misses Alice and Grace Hobson -- Patricia Walton Joan House, Max- Vests for dinner Sunday Mr. and
Barrow will take place In February Miss Betty Bowen, Miss Ellen The Calendar ne Walker, Joyce Easter, Dickie tin Chester Redd, Mr. and Mrs.
Huff and Miss Pearl Whitaker. Huff Henry Olsen Jr.. Bruce En- Henry Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Carl
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L I nis Jr, Sonny Harden and
jne place euros port cmverversps Jan. 10 Meeting of Monday James Anderson, Miss Marjory Redd,
Candy favors were used. 111 IS. TURNER ENTERTAINS Music Club at 3:30 p. m. at homeof Olen. Wright Cola Redd, and James Redd.
Those present were: Mrs Bruce. AREME CLUB: ftfEMBERSMn Mrs. J. R. Rutland. .
Ennis, Mrs. W. B. Caves, Jr., Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Jr., entertained Jan. 10 Meeting of Ministerial
Hunter Harden, Mrs. Merman the Areme Club mem- Association at home of Mr. and '
TbomaiMn. Robert Parting Mrs. bers at her home Tuesday. Butterfly .1 Mrs. Win. Dunlop. I "ilf. I Ieo.
Ovid Sullivan, Mints Alice and salad, hot chocolate and candles I Jan 14-Areme Club play, "Blue
Grace Hobson and Miss Elizabeth: were served. Those present were: Bag," at Neva King Cooper School. ,
Home. Mr. and Mrs Sam Davis. Mrs Jan. 14-Episcopal Auxiliary

Harold Sheffield Mrs. W. B covered dish luncheon.Jan. II NEw Rex
YOUNGER SET HAS Caves, Mrs. A. R. Livingston, Miss, 14 Meeting of Areme
NI.W TEAR'S DANCEA Estelle Turner, Miss Helen, Club at home of Mrs. A. R. Llvngiton. NIA Alarm Clock '
Livingston and Mrs. Turner. si '
group of the younger set of The regular meeting of the club
Jan. IS Homestead P.-T. A.
Homestead gave a "gettogether"dance will be held Jan 14 at the home motion picture program At 1:30and OUT .1t..An.mininkus 113
on New Year'sEve
in the
Mn. LIvlnjston 7.13. W4T.egerf.'ne Buy row.
Lions Den. .
10f '- Jan. 18 -Meeting of Garden
Others present besides the .- ton firstadBandaqe
MUSIC CLUB TO HEAR Club at home of Mrs. R. J. Shep-
>ounger set were Mr. and I Ilira.
J. E.!: Gautens. Mrs. C. JFarman .
I Edward Clarke of the Unl- Jan. 17-Social meeting of Junes wS" 4204
and Mrs. R. H. Done Tc1pe .'
verity of Miami will give a le lo'? Woman's Club of Homestead ...
ture on the work of Schumann Jan. 17 Homestead Business + Inar4 \.
s"wa a.. "ti..I I q.1 "" ,
JUNIOR OMAN'S: CLUB and sing a group of Schumann nd Professional Women's Club APeck. -
TO GIVE: TREE TO STADIUM songs Monday at the meeting meeting In Legion hall at 8 p. m. .. ,

The Junior Woman's Club voted of the Monday Music Club at Jan. IS Meeting of W. M. Srctes. ., 6O doses Peck 24 Rexef ,
Monday night to donate a coconut the home of Mn J. R. Rutland I IMn. .
palm tree to the new Roddey Rutland and Mrs Lewis Jan. 21 Meeting o: Homestead An OTttHETUrcSlAXATIVC
,I, \ Burdine stadium In Miami Mn Brandenbur will be. the hostess P.-T. A at a Po. m. acidR.liar..JJ.Powder 'tay

L. T. Proctor was appointed soda TAr.. tsar \.
chairman for the meeting of Jan I 50< U.. .l.w.a a M 2
It IMrs.. K. .
A. Buchanan, the DR.M.A.BERGERDentist rioalr & u"*
president, presided.
II was reported at the meeting I Pure es+Flevered i Fteu sett Ansnsral

r hat the club cleared $ .SO on its odiumerborote Otl
New Year's Eve dance at the Peirofol

a Homestead Country Club. First National Dank We h'e
F I'relelltVert Mrs. :
Wynn, Mrs W.,:burn Reed Augustus Mrs. Building I fife; Were Dmeias s sww war.r'w. 4 nll.n..at..d Ir rlealr a..
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; Buchanan Tara. .
i Mrs. Herbert Turner,
t.I Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs J. S. Office Hour 8:30-4:30 EUGENE P-ernlenen4

Norton Mrs Hunter Harden, Mrs Open Kvenlsm by AppoUlBMiU
[ J. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. T. J Walk- II itofc. 'etftiatj woes-*....
ash:|M.. ratio"ias's the For CMlIpil Shin ft3C1ti"WUt
W a pf .-..mee w..s
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STEBBINSRegistered 'We 4e sjraiifcnbftuf
Opfojnelrlst .:. .... .......1-glee. 6 **. 4 fresh di.u..tag... ,
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U YEARS'I'raedee .
be rise dw seems, wl.Wnl .. w DRUGS
Office Roan t a. M. U I g. l. Homeateaa ..dut.iau M. i
Rooms I and 7
Bin4ajs .
ItCleaesl McCrory Arcade ...IIdtYBush's !
;1 Free Parking Saturday 7JO to 10 p. m. Barber
. MAIN omen Shop

1714 K PRONE W. Sin t-iin ST, MIAMI 121'netUIII.nll W. Stagier. HtesU eliW. > & Beauty Parlor THE DIXIE DRUG

Dr. t. W. .te...... A.4.4I lose Utlle Brew. Ovens Florida

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Km.: Plans for conducting s food CLASSIFIED ADS
booth at the Fruit Festival were II \11 11FOR

r rB -'jlIR.S. FITZPATRICK'S ENSEMBLE CLASS discussed by the American Legion 1

[ GIVES ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAMThe Auxiliary evening at Its In meeting Legion Wednesday hall. RATE: First insertion 104 8f a a line line; subsequent insertion I (

Further discussion is planned for

; annual Christmas program Mrs. Fltiatrlck the next meeting Jan. 18, In the
RENTFOR FOR SALE Tropical plants, citrus "
of the Ensemble clan was given I. March" _. '___ Klncella hslL .
trees and tropical fruit In
.the afternoon of Dec. 30 at the' Mable Ruth Pope Those present were: Mrs. Harold RENT Modern furnished season Jungle Grove ReUan4

bases of Mrs. R. H. Fitzpatrick' "Mighty Lak a Rose" Nevln Sheffield Mrs. W. E. Rheney, Mr*. house Avocado drive near. Seaboard I road and Plummer drive. !

'on Redland road. The following Hilda Dodson S. L. Kendrick; Mn. Gee. W. Turner tracks. H. Barber, Home-

ly "numbers were played I "Concertina" ___.._ Ztleker Jr.. and Mrs. Frank Rue. dueL ( ) R. L RED FRYERS Live or dress

,"Dancing Shadows" _.- Grant John Kuhn pjT ed. Free delivery In city Phone'

Doris Ada Dodion I "Fanfare" ...___ _.___... Duverney FOR RENT Furnished apartment 83J-M McEwea Poultry Plant
& P. C. TO I
: Mn. Fitzpatrick Barn dance ..______...._ McHale Water, lights and bath.

Birthday Waite ..._._ Watson Ardelle Parman BOOTH AT FESTIVALThe Prefer man and wife. No children I WANTED

a.A. Dorothy Kuhn Theme from "Impromptu"... _._. .., Homestead B. P. W. C. de- or dogs. S. H. Fitch, Kings

;Two little piece _.....___ Gayner ___...___ ._.... Schubert cided Monday evening to engage Highway East. (oiS U)
A.s booth for and WANTED'Used car salecman.
space serving
"Golden Rod" ._ Mans ZuccaFloy Mary Frances Rutland I
d drink FOR RENT 10 Attractive proposition. Apply
at the Fruit Festival. A potluck acres scarified
Watson, Jr. "Christmas Polonaise" .._ Slmonds
s.Y. land. $13 J. L. Box V-122 LeaderEntrrprise. -
Washington's acre. Hilton care
."Ding Dong Bell" ._....... Klncella Nina Pearl Bush, Alta Webster birthday supper ,
wlU be held Feb. SI It Naranja. aUtf (17)
on was ( )
Y.ne Doris Ada Dodson Guests present were: Mn. C. J decided. I

fIrls Waltz" __._.._..._ Presser Parman, Mrs. Carl Field Mrs. J. FOR SALEFOR MAN DESIRES: WORK at painting -
Ruth Rutland R. Pope, Mn. Spencer, Mn. J. H. public rest room committee I or carpentering Wade Plnck-
z.n. reported that suitable locationhas
Gavotte ...._____..___. Franklin Dodson, Mn. Floy Watson, Mrs. not yet been a found. SALE Used gal stove with ney, R F. t. 1, Krome Ave,
Buddy Kuhnghosts W. D. Home Mn. Strickland Mr. high oven. Virgil D. Lyon, 32 A. J. Van Marter. (pd31)
At a called meeting of the club
and Goblins" ..._..._ Hale Lamar Kendrick, Mrs. Lewis N. Krome Ave. I
yesterday Mrs Flora D. J7) .
XClarice Dodson Brandenburg, Mit.'J. R. Rutland evening, WANTED Girls1 bicycle. 2.

Sonatina In F ...._....__.. '" Dlabelll Mn. J. H. Webster and Mn. E. A. Myers, president, Mn. J. E. Gau- FANCY GIFT BOXEi Oranges Inch wheel. Redd Dry Cleaners,
and Mn C. H. Steftanl
zen* were
Ardelle Parman Hartsock. grapefruit, tangerines, etc.
; elected to have charge of the
Shanklin Grove Palm Ave.,
club' booth at the festival Mn. FRUIT WANTED Ruadslde

or W. M. V. CIRCLES HOLD The Redland Circle made plans Gauzens will have general supervision Redland Road. Trading Post, tt mile S. Goulds,
THEIR JANUARY MEETINGSW. I Ifor personal service at Its meetingat (p mr 18)
'set and Mrs. Steffanl will arrange 4-A Hwy. (olt-dlO)

rs. M. U. Circle One met Wednesday -, the home of Mrs. George Wright, for the equipment aod d FOR SALE a poultry houses

err at the home of "Mr*. S. L,, land plans for a luncheon at Coral orations Florida type with metal roofs. WANTED Listing of houses

Kendrick. Mrs. C. N. Walker, who, Gables were discussed. Members Accommodate 100 hens each. and apartments for rent. Henry'

0i. vtu a visitor gave a talk on million decided to take fruit to needy Battery equipment to accommodate Behrens & BenJ. W. Morris, N.
ed study work and Mn. L. A. i families on the following day. 1000 fryers and young Krotna ave.. north of 10-ccnt
ed Wife talked on a Royal Servicearticle. | Those present were: Mn. Same stock 2 hand cultivators, seed tore; phone 84. (al8-U)
Mrs Mae Campbell of Prince-
P.let- Mrs. Kendrick gave th Davis, Mn. J. P. Gopp, Mrs. D. R. drill and sprayer Alice Simons,
ton a birthday party Tuesday -
devotional.The Snyder and the hostess.W. I gave corner Silver Palm Drive and LEGAL NOTICES t
for her eight-year-old son,
decided to do I Richard Road. (dlTtf)
en group more Dick, After games had been enjoyed .
Hoaaa In Miami.. M UM 101k il., of Januarr. -
Ie.ne. work for the Children' home in M. 8. HOLDS a birthday cake and other ROSE BUSHES: Guaranteed 2- IM" hrtlanln ll too hour of Ion

Arcadia. The next meeting, it DECEMBER MEETING refreshments were served. oVIofk" A. M.. or aa soon ._".. U UM
i yr. old fleldgrown everbloomIng romp may b> raarhad In doa __.
'r.es. was announced will be held at | Mn. George Smith was appointed Present were: John McLaughlin varieties. Fall planting best Dais at 1110..1. Florida. this. the snob
the home of Mn. M. P. Wollam. dos at Doa....... 1"1.
Bobby Jensen Carl and Ken-
Christian relationsat ,
chairman of Free catalogue. TYTEX ROSE!: K. B. LrATtirRMAN:
The hostess served punch and I the meeting of the W. M. S. of neth Greer, Jack and Dick Campbell NURSERIES. TYLER TEXAS. Clerk Circuit C..1IK.

rs.es. cookies. I( the First Methodist Church of and Mrs. E. G. Jensen and SEAL Dada Oannl, KUrH

Present besides those mentioned Homestead. The year's work and Mn. E. R. Hawke FOR SALE Buick coupe: 1931 Br 'NO. FT.NNO D O.

Irn were: Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrr. Frank I pledges were discussed. model A-l condition Ernest P. i Punlbh D... II, ISS7 : Jan. T, l. loan,

Irwin Mr*. Lamar Kendrick, Mr*, A zone meeting will be held In Mr. and Mr*. F B. Leininger of Robert. (n211 tf) NOTICE' Of AFIMIrATION FOR TA.nltllO .

INS Pete Morgan, Mn. 'Seymour, all session Jan. 14 at Coral Florida City entertained at New Anus,
an day FOR SALE Grapefruit Isle of Ch*n>r lf4IT Arta af INS PIN
Mn. a R. Blggen Mrs W. B.M'I'lck.and I NOTICE IS HKKKBV UIVRN that D
Gables, it was announced. Year's dinner their nephew and Pines variety, 50c bu. Tangerines .
ronvrirk, hidilrr af Slat and Countyu .
Mn. W. R. Cheshire.
The: circle meetings, it was announced niece, Mr. and Mn. John Rohr 25c peck. Mr. Eva Collins, Oartirvata No. Ml* .Issued the ooh .
Mn. : R. hoe. Lake I day af AwaM A. D. IMS ha filed. aimaIII
as .- Charobli&s was will be held Tuesday, of Wauaeon and Wamplrr'- 'Modello. (dlO tf)
mr af flea. and has laaaa apaltfaUoaj 'a*
nd tes* to Circle Two ather- home Jan. 18, at the following place: O. a tae deed to ha .Sound tharaon, Bn4dCartirlaala
in. Wednesday. After the hostess FOR SALE -- House 4 apartments embrace the fulluwlni oVarrlk
.Circle One, at the home of Mrs. '... nmiOTtr In the County af D..... tit...
LEGAL NOTICE 002 South Krome
art had given the devotional Mn. C. avenue.
I John Anderson; Circle Two, at of rvn-na, nvwlti
dd N. W.lkertalked on a mission W. M ft. of 11:. UM ft. af R, IM ft
ithe home of Mn. J. M. Holding; of NL. d tl.-tine Town.hlpST
study course, and a discussion on and. Circle Three at the home Of APPLICATION NO eta 1 e.eth, Mann 55 Fast. the C..ap
giving to the mission fund follow- Moth. to harahr (loan that L. H. Oraar "f Dad, sea at KI,......
- will be Mn. J. A. McNellL has fllad' with ma wrltUn ,..._. that the' sL7.1$. The aiammmt of said protons, awvtha .
ed. The next meeting Members present Im- Ul oartlfMauo seethe with all told tea """"...... _hot with all saw amiriota bend was In the narnaat
held 'at the home of Mn. W. D. gave event onilttrd ar .mood Urn '"" mdw.l 1 cd..qmt emitted or baled Sown will Ma Aavuot Ma arUnlam .
J Home It was announced.Pineapple promptu talks or read clippings 1 the Four HIT, held hr the. But "" ..M to the kliluat balder at UM Coon saw aarUflaaM. shell ka ro.dtwnnl .
I from books. arttaad and sold ta the Mthort .... HIUM In Miami. M UM look day at Jatuarr. .., amrdlnil lo law. the .roparrrlhMl
and apricot salad, scrap soh aa arortdad b Chantar IBM of them: IMS. ....1..1.. at MM bear t t torn iWriH will .ha sold M the t**.
Those present were: Mn. John 1901 Ace of th Laaklatura, .(NMI they oelnek A. ... was Ross thereafter as tile ..I ldaVr. at the' Curt bases doiw an the
cookies and punch were served ollowlnl ._rl..... tool wan In the a.nM mar ka Hacked la due ... "*. fin Mohiiaf In the month of FMimary. ,
wI Other present were: Mrs. Bert Williams Mrs. Wm. Nolan, Mrs. County af TMda. Raft of Florid., tnwttl8H Doted al Miami. Florida, thU tile 1"1 lobs which Ie tile 7ih dar of $..bruery, ,
Mabel Krleke, Mn. Geo. Ranson of VH af 8F<4 of NRM See/.. day vt o... IM7.E.B DM.
AiMrews, Mr H. C. Reid, Mn. E. 11. Township M, Rasp SS The taaaata LE4THKaIlAH. Dated this find toy of 1V.nh.r. IM7t.
L. Lawrence Mrs. Callahan Mrs. i Mn. J. P. Dye Mr. J. J. Richards, ka "W ara .wide.need. hf OnlfkalaNo. Clark Clnwt Viwra.Uada B LRATHFRMAN. I
.Mrs. O. Moye, Mn. Dan Wil- S17 of 1114 and ravmanta taxes Caxnlr, ,........, Clerk nf Chraa.lt Oonn.Undo .
Ora Frailer, Mn. Emma Wright, .A.M for the raara 1DIS to IH7. both" In. SEAL County, Florida
Mrs. Q. Shurard, Mrs. Henry Olsen I llama A M. Logan Mn. E. alnalva amountlna to IM< .IIBald Br FENHO D C. a, S. C. W1'IUItnEfT..l '' D. 0Clraalt .
I 1J. Pacettk. Jr., Mn. O. L. Show- ta* arrtlllcatoj tonthar with all Published. Daa SI .:rOi. T. 11, loon Court Baal
Mrs. Annie Butler Mrs. T. E. subsequent. omlttrd or ...... aces will .ha I""'. II Jan T. 14, II smi
KIrby, Mrs. Home and Mrs. R. L. tatter Mrs. Caspar Williams, surd to the htehart bidder at the Court NOTirM OF PALM OF TAX CERTtFI _
i Vivien Booth Mr*. J. L.. Houaa In Miami on the Both day '"f Jan.uarr CAT II. APPLICATION NO IIS. 'PR FOR rt'ttLICATNW
AtMnaon. 'I IMI, .haalnnllul at lie hoar of tan Nation la hash Nine that .._ FPmmia IN THK CIMCl'I'P CCILHT, KLKVKNTH:
It was announced at the meetingof Mn. O. R. Crown Mrs. 141'1'1 o'clock A. M. er a. anon thereafter aa and wlfa .....* Close Previous JUDICIAL: CIRTIIIT DADS: {IXUINTV
Wlngate, Mrs. C. D. Esker the moss mar (.a raarhad In tua iuuiaatDatad Iou filed with nr written! nouaat thai MMUI FLORIDA. IN LHAUCCRT CABC 1'0.all. .
Circle Three Tuesday at the .t Miami Florida thai. the 4th aanlfkaMi tnnUiar with all a.kaamaat > ...
home of Mn. W. D. Coker, that;Florence Hunt, MIL S. E. dar of Janoarr. ISSS.B. emitted ... ..... ta M faulvlliw Mar 0........ FlalnUff.. ... Claa4
Mrs. J. S. Davis, Mn B. LEATHFRMAN.: the year UM, held a, the. BUM .. **, Gardner, Oof........
study of a new mission book, "Pio 'lineston. Clerk Circuit CourtDada varttorf and .t>U M tha hliaan Wddrr for BILL FOR niVOHCBla
neer Women," will be started at M. Oibbs, Mn. Dabney, Mn. County, rlorlda.Clmlt I nun aa vNwUnl. lip Chapter IMM, ol th, arp Fiestas, Mn. J. D. Redd, Mn. H'j l( Moore San,") tell MIa of UK LnUlalura, apse UM M- the hill filed la the afcna sated rose thatClaud
the next meeting. Mrs, W.; L. nr JNO FCNNO. D. C. levels ibaarlnad/ mil I state la the Oouitr cud.,.,. the IMandant than ..
Roaemond gave the devotional. U S. Caplinger Mrs. D. 1. Published Jan. 7. 14. 21. IMSNOTKF. I of Dade. sate at riorkla. t"wit' I I nand la a _._loIooal vf the state ..t
I i Mrs. Lewis Urandenburf, Mr Lou t. S C 7 IuoII 1 Coral fi.l.U Plasw" >nd his memento la 11,10._..
was decided that ten regular : OF BALM OF TAX ( : Commit 0..... ttOto. Ha I. The that than M Daraon la tha *lmw of
pledges for the mission fund wouldbe McNeill), Mrs. Anderson Mn Holding CATES. APPLICATION bf eon I I Florida, "aarrlaa 3 Mkaopri., nrya
Mrs. Smith and the president H...... ta hereby Rhea that .IIITI.1 :H'C.'i= sod aiDfaanla I I wham" would hind cask IMWdMt ed I hat
secured by the circle. The next Mattaam has filed with ma ""tt fates far the years 1M7 K, IM7 r ha ta ov r the aa* uf twvavvn: sea: ,*.
meeting will be held at the homeof 1 that the tea aartlrlcaUM twathar lamb inclusive, amuuntlra In IIIOM. I I It la UnnWara ordand that aaM non.mldant .1.I .
aufaapnuoal confined or '1.td team laslu4 Ink 10 and 11 Ilk- k III Coal Oahbn' P-fr...l.nt ha awl .ha la .....1., r..
Mrs. S. A King. Punch and j LEGAL NOTICES'NOTHR In* the year ISO, held hr the State haadrartbad Coconut..... aWtl. No. 1. The I 9..Vrd to ._. to the BUI af CvrIn!
cookies were served. and aald to the hhrhaat hlddar anus to W aold ara a.IoIe_ bjr firtiritau flood I. mid eaaaa .. or Mm Jl, .wth
for iwh aa *ro> ad af Uhantor IS2M. uf Ma.' .M4 al 'IMS and rap, i > ,tit Present besides, those mentioned !: or SALE OF TAX CERTIFICATIM. the KIT Asa of the LonUlatwra, moon thafollo amt, elm far UM ,aara NOT to IM7 wa. the allnratlciM at mid. hill will klUin .
were: Mrs D. A. MmismaB, I' APPLICATION Nw. III ..denied. real sea ta the Con.1.tv both liwInalM. .Mounting ta ST1W aa ....r_ hr RAW. Dvf.......
I Nottoo k hereby .1.! .. that Mn. It... af Dada Stata of laid tai .artll...ua tonthrr with alliiibawamt It to farthoa ordartd that thin ardar bvnukbihvl
r_. J. t Coker Mn. J. R. Pope, Flower hai ruM with roe written raawutthit Lot IT Clash S, Raa.bvki. Heights Rewound ar .WrM toaaa will W'' oaaa a week far lone aanaartlw. .,
Hagler RIce. Mrs. W. :E.: She tax ..rtlTI'*>... toolbar. with all ..w.. The to ka told are arkdVnead ,sold to the klunrat kldan at UM. CourtHouaa waaka m Homaatand UaahaJtoter.Haa. .
I aubaaqaoat ._It..1 or Stated. taxes Indud- lop CarUfleata N... Indus of I In Miami an MM UN dar af J.naarr. a Manoain oablkihMl to RAW Counts,
w a. Mrs. C. N Walker. .I Ir* tha your lfS7 bald br the Simon bantlrortlaad lit*, and nvraamta axes for the Pea, ItM kmbnlM. M the. .Moor af Two and am"This
When Circle rour met with Mn.A and save to the highest bidder lots M 1KII. both lntlu.lv., and HIT, I 'a'tloek A. M. or aa none Uimmlut M UMlanM Daarmkar Mth. IM?.
for rash ni taio br Chaptof 18JH4, of ammintln to, ITS.71. may W raarhad. I. dM cauna.Dated R. B. IEATHFRMAM
-D. Smith Wednesday plant were the IStT Art. ., too Lwauatnr upon the Bald ta" Tailors toajHhar with all .. Miami. FVrUa taU the Ratio Clark of UrmH Court
node for the program the circle I following described Mai wale In the. auaaaauont. emitted aa k 0o..M axes will haanld ,day of Daaambar.. ISS7.B. (Care llhart Ears
County af Dada, SUM of Florida, .. .It, to the hwhaat balder at the Chart B. LKATHrRMAN, By II. aWIrr Deputy Cl.rt.wrN.an. .
will give at the moathly meetingf Lot la ta SI Blank I Caomnreadancad Homo In Miami an the lath dar of Jan.uarr Ox Mnut Gun Van C. t .
the W. M. U. A.w. The taxes so I be wood am .... leis ;:1 lnala at tha hoar af Tan Dad Camtr, ,....... BolkUw lor Flalntl/f
kr arnlfleota No, 107U of IM7 .'.,:el A. or aa ems tharaaflar aaMM SEAL Dow la. II i I... t. 14)) II
Mn Catherine Plckard! present- and ........... ta.> for the iraara in name ma, ka -.... 1.4..a 'wow FCMNO P. C.
id the following program: to IOS7 both iMlwIm, amountlag ta Dated at Miami. '1or1olo,. title tile Both :aklbkad. baa II. ton J... I. It. I Mil.NOTHR PROCLAMATION
14"Ise dar of camhar. IVJf.K. w/NrHIA: the .!!. rhnrla. of tH,. City '
Thought lot the New Year" byMn Lot tt B .1. thu glee's A...... The B. LBATHtRMAK. I : OF SALE (IF TAX tBRTIFI.CATCS. af ffcanailaad nw Ua> for tha aVwt at
T. D. Plche a reading. "A Some to ka sold an arhhmaad or aar.flcau Clark Clrtutt Ourt. APPLICATION NO. .... a mayor and arm rltr towel m.s hianonallr .
11 Ma. IDS' of 1M7 and anew Dada Coantr. Flortda.BR Notion. la hand, rises that A. LlrIntatm .. and, aarand Toamtar In Jan
Morning Wish", by Mn. T. C. _to axis for the pen INS to 1117. AI* I, bas filed. with mm written Romans nary M the alnr hell iMwan the ko .. *fS
. Shackleford; a tI.lie on "Hymns both Inalaalr.. aowni>thi. to 114.Hii 8NO.. 'ENN" D. 0.1''that MM taa rartlfkalM tmtMHar with nil I .." a. 0. aad mdowa: ,
i Lot II a. I. UI_'. Addn. The Published. D.,. $1. loss ; I.. 1. 14. 11K i :suaeqw.t. aa Hto4 ar arrM taxes AND ""..II.A. the MBarhw n.1.oVata '
and Watchword fur the Yea'by I ass to ha aaht an rrkkmord br orUflaaM her the bow the sea he af the .'N of rlamaaanaj haw ore '
Mru. Pickard an article "Sangs Mo. MM at Sell and nwra- )II01'IC'" OF SAI R OP TAX r W5ITlrl. ,iav rla.r-.IL to tholor..*haa* hlddrr, duty an,.*,ua hr tha say >. "Wll I' M
; [ anal burn let the rain IMS ha 1"'. CAII9 APPLICATION NO.' IM.Motto 'low ca>h aa arorkM hr toaster 1SXM. l bath* affkrtaai. .._./. W II. C-,, ',
I l A'o Live to Sing, by Mrs. A. J.Van [ both loalvalra. amaonMiMI to tut V la baby sown thai R, L. Nash ,nt 1151 Asp of the 1 1 lalaOlrr. { Matter; and a talk by Jolts.: laW a. artdnestes aantl.e .Mh .n bas tiled with ma _tae nuauat that the! I" >wlir _rl...... real uu hi >ar {..... Lank and R r tlmiaor. i.llam
subsequent emitted -t .kvwd. axes will ha.old sea owwimt.s ........ wish. .11 sehow"meet I 1 ill nt I<,. Stab af Fh..... towMlx MOW THjMtFfOltK.< I. T. J. R. \<.
N. Walker. Mrs. Smith gavethe M the kfarhait .bolder al UM Cant omitted or .Inkd. .._ aeledas .. .1 '"',... Axed The taxes to ha I, mayor of tha ear "d HM .... an. k....r
: devotional. Daring the social liana In Miami, .. tow took dar af Jan. the met 11n. Said be the State be moves,I old. IM arhtaaraa1 hi (_Aro.. NrSS4 -'<01. j...arr "M. IVM n, .lawlalailtoa
upSt lastl ...... .. II tH bone d 5.a had mid said; to too blahs hdoVr f. "f IMI. and r "week UM tat Hat la IV 01", | ',r H'OMDU-K",, and /
hour, the hostess served fruit cake Ski es A. M" ar aa own thm..fwe as ..8 conk aa annMod hr chapter In... of ... the raara low to 1..1.. hath. hwliulrc. I 11 wow an qualified > *.". u cxt th>.rhallota '
.. and coffee sane mar ka hot to"' sow*. teal Aim of the LoabOatara, apse ... aawmrla to II lisa.Lot Mr. mow on J :> ttoi "',, "I I '
Dabd al Miami. Florida tab the LAth fallowing dManhad real ..... hi .1 M _1110. Amd The UM In ka I lha ly hull '
Present besides l those. mentioned tat t>... .... 117t Canal of Dada. State of Florldn .....It I ..W tra ..1_ .. I'.",'_ No 1'M, e. m. ;. I i,
were. Mrs. R. E. Edward, Mrs S. B LEATBFRMAN NWL' of MW>. "f aw, lam W U Ml of IMI aad ran naiiila h ... I.. I
Clark rirmlt Covert foes, S-rtluaj 11 T".."-hii) AI..... 1M r>an1>M to I>S7 hath Inc.ualvt. <-iaMOl Ohio UM rah day .f 1%o.. ti .
H Fitch Mrs.i Harry Hall Mm Data CoiM.tr Floral II. The tan. k> .Id at crldMModar ss ...TI. I I n
J. M. Fort. Mn Wad Pinkney, REAL iwrtlftMtt <, .iST at IMI and I W In rarlitlraM tonthar with all tarn 1 Unit*
Bar JtIO. Jf'D/N0. D Cr.hM.ked mmaanli tun f.'r uV seen 1.M to ral4rmltt..d .., J..1ooI tern will bee Maim tilt .J Ham, '
MarahaLjod Mcs.IuLta.l'o.t h. ... Iwo dew I. M, sue .Mot.. -.*, hiaHaMW w..wal"e 4s I aja aha kajkaat waMaa. ajv tbt 0wt/ (f Teem'1a1 lie M .n )., r





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Page Eight LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday January 7, 1938


Premium ,
------- Flakes
The high school art classes eon three who are still unable to be
sponsoring a marionette show back in school. The pupils are Crackers
Jan. IT !la the Neva King Cooper studying tadpole in their nature '
: attitorinm. There will be two study class. 1 1 1
performances, and the tint at 7 r &
o'clock I*Jack and the Bean Stalk,, Miss Jackson's class 1* sow .
and a negr minstrel The admission rr that Merle Brasaell and, 15c t .U.fi'.u'un 27cI
win tie tea and twenty Marian Anderson are out because .
cent The second performanceat I of Ulnets The pupils are d!
8:It clock, will be Snowwnll4l glad that Robert Corbett and Donald
and the Seven Dwarfs,, Cana are able to be back in Flour Pillsbury\ I PHILLIPS ,
Dutch dances solos and musical school after tonsil operations during 9Sc :
number This performance also, the holidays I 20 lbb bag PORK & BEANS
;. will be ten and twenty cent I
ELECT: I 16 ... 5c
oz. can .. '
The new addition to the orchestra SILVER COW OR GOLDEN KEY
are: Harry Defiler, drum; Jack BRUCEDAVIS i
McMlctueU cornet; and Virginia : JULIETTE
Dorsey saxophone I Milk 3 tall can Zlc:
Most ''Of the seniors received
their ring during the Christmas Save the coupons

holiday Other will get them 51bs. .. .. 19c _
this week Pure Gold, plain or lIelt.risiog--Guaranteed .
The pupil In high school Bob White
this week new are: Harry Defiler and I 5 Ib& bag. ................ 23c

Barbara Jane Burke, eleventh t C 'FI our 10 Ib. bag ._. '-........ 41E TOMATOES2No.2cans..l5c
grade; Mary Louise Booker tenth
grade; and Doris Cantrell and Norman 20 lb. bag ....,.....,.... 7k:
Emit, seventh grade

Mn Johnaon class welcomes Swift Jewel KELLOGG'S
Edith Be vis back In school after Lard 4Sc

i an illness.classes Mn are Johnson's pleased over geography ,,yw.a.saar 4-1b pkg. CORN FLAKES

r } the new Ranally physical and political Hr
map In their class room. HEINZ-ASSORTED FLAVORS 2pkgs. ...... 15c :
r ,
The maps are of Europe Asia '
) Africa,United States North America .
; and South-America. Soups 2 cans for Z7c'I DRY BABY

j New pupils in the elementary TO'Glovr ONE LIMA BEANS '
: school this week are: Selena

Count,third grade;Jerry Cantrell, FLORIDA 12 Ibs. .. .. .. 15c :
second grade;Frances Skaggs, first RAILROAD ;

grade. COMMISSIONSubject I VEGETABLES I I Fresh Meats I'' FANCY "" ,
Mrs. Webb's sixth grade class is to Democratic rrimarleitaMay
very proud e* Its new .flag stood I RICE I
f mad Frank Kagler Rice
COBBLER Country RogIrish
Mr*. TTynna class Is making avery DlERGJ:11CCAl'ABLEj: 1 1Ciagire [J 5 Ibs. 22c .
creamer ... .. ,.
pretty product map.Mr Potatoes'
I I' "
*. rifteld fifth grade class I BUTTER STANDARD f
ha an attractive border of oak 10 lbs. ISc
.. ..
leave in autumn colon which IJ PEAS OR CORN2No.2cans..l9c

came from Jacksonville.In [b. --. _.. : 36cI

Mrs Dye's fourth grade geography ,FRESH j '
class the pupils are study- Good Western
Ipg Eskimo of the far North. The Cranberries :All Good Yellow Cling
pupils have started work In their Round Steak
second reader for this year.
I lb. --. .. ... 15t PEACHESNa2Mcan.19ft. "
Miss Ray class is fe loss b' .
I .. .. 25c
Jot Nesbitt who ha moved to -- -- -
Redland. Mabry Scarborough was I Fancy YorkAPPLES :
out of school Monday in order togo Western Chuck
to Ocala. The pupil are proudof SUN DRIED ,
\. the seven new library books .
which they bought with their p,- BEEF ROAST PEACHESib .
I T.A prtoe roe**}. 5 lbs- _______ 23(

\ Mrs. Thurmanl class started lb. .. ..__. 2k: I ib., .__..__... 19e, '
reading fca new reader thai week. SaoBallCauliflower ,
The pupil have a very pretty rod SLICED MISSION

bird border. APEX '
Four of the pupil in Mrs. Id- BACON FIGS >

ward 1'00IIwho had their ton- TOI lay Dickie laWamte lb. .. .. lOc 25c
ails taken out during the holidays -- -- Ib :2 Ibs. .__ __
are back In school but there are .an* YR'D lay u *P ICnqnn I ..... .. 35c ,
I Eagle Brand
Crisp Large
Turner's Funeral Home *Ye.'U iktlll at the. 4I*: SEMINOLE BRAND 1iACARONlorSPAGHETTI
deed>e KMMT e/ '
14-HE AMBCLANCt: SERVICE Apr RefriMraiot.. Uaqaestleaably. I PICNIC 1! :

Lady Atteadaat b Milf l ef sU nfriietaion.COnptn the arose. I I 2 heads .. i7c lb. pkg. .. .... .. 5cARMOUR'S '
: Phone 884-R Homestead Ha. I IJ I per "h J 4 '
DJA1IIITTli ..., *
j hags shell area give I GEORGIA FRFSII PORK I IY ,
: : yea wore table storage 'I
Edward Stiling : space pet nINe leas Tomato .

Real Estate I Comptn riATUlES Al\lS SHOULDER 3 giant cans_ 25c

General Insurance It provide enrjrdileg yws4wn 1.2 or whole .
FLORIDA cmr, IUL *. sad awed le Me....races 51b S. ...-.- 19c.1 Blue or Red Box
Cer Papa A**. aM Av B pe.dable_Iow-cost..weco epvetNa sad d., 1 lb. .... .. .._ 19c .
Golden Ripe
Culpue fllCI LAMB
*Area Refflgerel use BANANAS pkg. 9c
sited a.asasieaa ly ; _...
music := Shoulder Roast

for all occasionsoRCUESTRAS sad yetis writ bay.aa A.- 3 lbs. ___'.. .. lOc 1.2 or whole Ig.I pkjt. _____.19c ,

AND TUOSOeJtM $146.00 EAST 'TEEMS up LONG CRISP per lb. -. -.. 19 OCTAGON '

1'eMW"D&..UM".Wall Pfeaeer A"lillCes LocA Fresh Dressed I SOAPGiant

........ (Not Incorporated) FRYERSStalk Ban

JOE ASTORIA. SID N. L Kreai, FEND ICL"M rkeaw IS.SOS .4 ( .. .. 12c lb. ....... ... 5 for ... .. :.. !4c

.. .e/o-..m ttasoas a.raarrtrsa .11" I I ';I i I ''ii'''' Ii''" ''f<,,,,,,,, Ii 1\\, ",''III" ,, '"11,::" I"" ''' !i"" "


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