The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00281
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: May 31, 1940
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: UF00087294:00281
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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South Dade Swells Victories

Of Holland, Andrews, Graham



To Inspect Air Field Site' 584 TO 117 BUT NOT ENOUGH



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MAP DATA 'Homestead Will Present; Redland to Graduate 35; II Official _ath.; n,port-01 the Kuhtrapfcal By Large Majority

I Diplomas to 37 Tues- Wednesday Eve- css rhn.e,-!.'!!!.."._ H"mwtadef.r-_ Over Everhart
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SENT CAPITALCongressman i I May 25 96 71 29.83 1,992! CAST VOTES IX
I Diplomas will be presented to the, I senior of Redland | May 2d 88 68 0.15 I FIVE PRECINCTS
j I thirty-seven members of the I High School will receive diplomasat May 27 89 63 3000
Homestead High School 1 gradual graduation exercises Wednesday !'May 28 93 64 3000
Wires 'i r'lng clan on the schools outdoor'ing at 8 p. m. In the school auditorium 1| May 29 91 67 29.981 Second( Primary Is Held
Army' class on the school' outdoor The baccularuate servicesfor |bray 30 69 2991 Well Within Time
Officer 2,000 Acres i'If the weather U rainy, the exercises the clans will be held on Sunday LimitThe
Available Herenmu.s I will take place In the Neva I morning at 11 a. m. In the
{ King Cooper School auditorium. school auditorium with the various ROTARIANS FISH
contribution of UK five
SUGGESTION The baccalaureate program for the i pastors In the district participating
class will be given at 8 p .ASATTENDANCECONTEST South Dade precincts RECEIVES APPROVALAid I day at \'ftpei""lee to- be held THunan Pear*, a Mfaml/ law- slide which swept Spmnril r. "

on the outdoor stage. yer and ton of I. T. Pearson coun- PRIZEAs Holland into the governor mTuesdiij
of Pepper Andrews' ty supervisor of teachers, will deliver -
Will A. Preston, a Miami law- wu the highc' 'tr
Also Exacted yer, will five the address of the the address at the commence- this of
I' I pulled in area by any. the
evening at the commencement pro ment exercises. Charles G. Turner an aftermath of a
By City 20 candidates of the acc-onrt
school board member from
gram Tuesdav James T. Wilson, months membershop drive, thl'f'f'-I
I Homestead, will present the dl- mary.In .
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Col. w. H. Hale of the army I plomns |I ben of the Homestead Rotary the area from Perrim, to

general headquarter aviation division I I Carl Wagner, principal, will went fishing In the "creeks" of Florida City Inclusive, Holland
I[ Card Sound and the nearby oceanyesterday received a total of 1.294 \ntr.
who U on an Inspection tour'SUPPER PLANNEDSATURDAY make a presentation of awards .
while Frances P. Whitrhmr tlj.oppoOl'nt ,
I which will include medals for the
of Florida air
fields, has been
'| The fishing party was composedof received only 825
junior high school as well as high
asked by Congressman Pat Cannonto NIGHT'I school of membership teams, Ute"odds" A total of I.992 South rkiden

inspect the Homestead area to Howard Crouse will give thevaledictory and "evens," which competed cant \ote In the second prtmiirv
ascertain Its advantages ai a site I address and Miss WI1- during the drive. All expenses The total for tho first prima, '
for an army air training school, according TO AID HOSPITAL Continued Four of the trip were borne by 2.UI.!
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to a telegram received by the "odds, captained by Charles Second in interest in ttx t. I'.mng
Preston B. Bird from the congressman -j H. Steffanl, who were loners In i Tuesday, as indicated b, 'V
Tuesday. A chicken pilau dinner, proceedsof Local Retail Stores 1 I the contest. C. J. Parman was cap vote, was the Andrews-Jrt.oli
Action of Congressman Cannon which will be used to buy Venetian -: To Start Wednesday tain of the winning team. ,I race for United Slates 'n iu'
blinds for the James Boats of Frank B. Rue, William i
followed receipt of a letter from new This area helped return S n itoi
Mr. Bird, sent Monday, which de- Archer Smith Hospital, will be held I Closing Next Week E. Rheney Willard FificlJ and Charles O. Andrews to the Wails
tailed the practicability and economy -i at the Odd Fellows Hall from S John S. Mothers were used by the ,ngtnn post by giving him 1,214
o'clock In the afternoon until 8 Starting next week, all retail anglers. Those who planned to :
with which an air field could I ; go votes an compared with iii i for
be established here and suggestedthat o'clock at night tomorrow. stores of !Homestead excepting with Mr Rue were O. B Parker Jerry W. Carter

Col Hale look over the area I Dr. Carl F Robinson was named: drug stores, will close W Y. Bush and Max Losner Those I Toe district also favored ,' < ?
Accompanying the letter was a i chairman of the board of control: each Wednesday Afternoon, to fish with !Mr. Fifield were Baker turn of State Senator Emeu R
map of the Redland District, with for the management of the hospital through Sept. 11. :M Hindman. Theodore Wrier and Graham to Tallahassee b}' riving
one possible location marked in I at a meeting of the board heldat I The week-day I losing I E. B. Blackburn. Mr. Rheney was him vote of IOU, while William
red ink. the home of Mrs. E. J. Dyal FrI- period, as well as iday closings to take Ceo. Frick, Dr. A. M. 'J. Pit, also seeking the pout re
Mr. Bird, who la chairman of III I day night. Carl Deden was made were set at a .. .entrmM- I Logan W. A. Klwam and Mr. Per.man 'cel\ 837 votes
committee appointed by the city of i vice-president and Mrs. Dyal, sec Ing of retail men, sponsored by while J. D. Redd. Bud Harden horn Dade was overwrlin
Homestead to seek ways and means ',retarytreasurer.The the Redland District Chamber and Mr. Steffanl were to accom- ins In favor of the bond i'sue

of obtaining the field for this area, new hospital, under construction of Commerce. pany Mr. Mathers far development of BI iyn
(fontmued On Page Four) at N. W. First avenue, The stores will remain closed J. W. Brooks, the Rev. R. F. Continued On Page Four;
between Twelfth and Thirteenth all day July., Labor Day, Bh' ktord and Fred Redd fished

Piche Twins to Give streets, will be opened about July Thanksgiving, Christmas and with Mr. Brooks aboard his boat ", "sard Whitehair"
19. New Year's Day, and half a throughout Wednesday night and
Joint ValedictoryAs After the officers were self .ed, I day on Armistice Day. Thursday 7 Day-Long VisitorAt

Art GraduatesJud the board discussed appointmentof Princeton Polhjtrd '

a superintendent for the Insti- I Total of $120,723: in -15-Day Period I ,
and Joe Piche,twin sons tution. It was decided to select a Whitehalr wa ns
of Mr. and Mr*. T. D. Piche Florida state registered nurse fore Farmers' Market Gross Sales Showj < ova at the Princeton polls
of Homestead, will five a Joint I e post, mailed applications for 7. 'sdayHe .
valedictory address at the I which must be received by Mrs. wasn't "politicking". hi
total of 93,230 units 'ch
Dade County Technical High ,Dyal not later than Monday June I Cross sales at the Florida City sent the various sl/ed contai repre-i In ...it, he dn't ve a hoot who

School In Miami Wednesday 3. The superintendent' T enumeration State Farmers Market fl'Ol1April which the pr..<*' .*as brou,, it to r" elected. .ut he receivedmore .
evening will be on the fee bas'he' 14 throui/ Saturday totaled $120- than his share of attention.
the ma"ket, \ sold The i ts
The boys attended Homestead board decided. .
72365, according to a report issued averaged a bu. High School until their Members of the hospitr' >rd Thrwxho. the day, Sr
Cordon Dill A I Mr. DtU't follow
by manager. i report :
Junior year when they trans- and the communities th- p.e- i I" m' ..)'ed tn and out of
ferred to Miami to specializein sent are as follows: Mr Ji and Number of Average ApproximatePrice U. ouii& P'ace/ind, receivd
commercial art at the tech- Mr. Deden, Homestegi r. ..toblnI Commodity Units Sold -. Qroas Sale ITfood HID was good for

niril school. For their senior I son. Bedland and Sit 'aim; A. I Beans ? ____.__..11630 S .17 per lipr. f 18,225.141 him. He ,peared with the
Liesis in art, they drew animated D. Fogle, Princeton; ) _. Chandler, Squash ._ __ __..__ 8,1 J9 114 per box SS584S fir 0'0. n the morning ins
cartoons. They were ,Goulds; Harold Sheffield, Florida Tomatoes ______ _%7.535In 143 .999.20 le.. to. "Ut his J>erlO"al
adjudged of equal rank at the City; and B. B. Kerr, Ptrrlne.Selectjon ,. Peas .m.__... 3t)9 '.M .. 248.10 business whet the sun went
top of their class and n will ofth board and the Egg Plant -J...: _.__ 70( iis tmo down.

divide valedictory honors. naming of ttit hospital took place Potatoes ._...'.... ._ 7(7 190 ..-- k 1080SO "Spnsard" was I striped
The graduation exercise I at a man meeting of representative Cucumbers cO cO _._ SI I 129 .' 388.75 alley cat Because he Choseto
will take place in the Techni- I itiie.is of Homestead and Lima Br i. 233 1.72 40e.o4 become a poll .1, the election .
cal High School auditorium it surrounding communities: several Peppen 230 985 1.37860 officers nnmed him otter

8p.m. I weeks ago. Corn _._. _.._..._ 44 Ma- ** 40.00 the candidates for governor

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THE LEA EN Friday May 31, 1940IIORNE
........ Two

plus pluhar, Halll "bias pitcher. Cutb-' : Etching ExhibitTo
in the
ind another crossed home berk llmplrw tokhart. and Bineor TAKES
DEFEATSBROOKER7T05 sixth. Be Here Another WeekThe

The two errors charged up I I '
19Andencn HEAD '
Wednesday Night. Slay OFFICE AS
I :.
I against Home were made by Me- HORNE AS. IL B. ILM. F Townsend Morgan seriesof
Daniel, first baseman. Leggett, I Bshoe' w. a 1 : 0Young etchings placed on display at
catcher, HiUon, third baseman, and MdD.aal.'. .of Ib .... .1. 0 1 2 0hd.ard. 34 West Mowry street last week OF LEGION POST .

WIN 4TH GAME:Martin second baseman each con I : ., ..IbCaves. :. ... .: t I gi will be here another week, announces -
tributed an error, while Does,, 0, 2bflmllh Wm Wood, district supervisor
I short stop, added a pair for Per- i Hall ,elTomarlln t :_ .:'. : : r 1 1 of the federal art project. I Harold Sheffield;;: of Florida City

TEAM STANDINGS rine. I IfO ::: .. : .: ..::: i i 0 0. 1B.II.ro tRussell. There is no admission charge was installed as commander of
I: McDaniel l li however, more than ., rf It .. ...:::.: : : t 0 Members of the Homestead Art John G. Salley Post, American '
Won Lost Pct for mistakes. He slammed from Legion Monday night. He '
paid .... ............. ii T 11 4BR00KER Club keep the building open sue
Horn _._.....__...... 4 0 1001Brooker out two homeruns and a two- Totals 2 to 6 o'clock. seeds Ceo A. Cravshaw. ,

... .._._.... 1 3 2SiPcrrlne base hit. Young, right fielder for AS. R. R. E. Mrs R. R. Kinard will be In I I Other officers Installed were-

... ._. 0 2 001 Horne, also made a circuit trip on llthop.. charge today; Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Lawrence Pope. first vice-com.

a single clout: Caves, second baseman i ."nf:1: I on Saturday; and Mrs Russell mander; Edward J. Norman, see |'
The W. D. Home Company lean for Horne, made a three-base : : Horne on Sunday. Other appointments and vice-commander; L. O. Rogers,',

gained its fourth straight victory hit. will be made today by Mrs third vice-commander; William J.

In the Homestead Diamondbal\ Monday Night, May 27 : Sullivan, ibFucha. rlC ::...:"... .. .: t 0 1 : Frank Webb, chairman. Those who Ceronimo, adjutant; the Rev. R T

League series by defeating the PERKINS Hlahop. p .... ... .... .. 4 0 0 0 served during the past week were: Blackford, chaplain, and A W,
Leeeetl, a At & IiiJln. Mrs Ben Hutchinson, sergeant-at-arms.
Frank Hausman
Brooker Lumber Company aggregation : lb :. ::. Total. .. iiHo 5 0 I'
D.Pas ? 4 0 1 Archer Mrs R. f Blackford, Mrs I The Legion Guard of Honor had'charlie
by a score of 7 to 5 Wednesday B, .b ...;:::::;, : : : : ,., 000 111 0 0 07 B. E. Gatlin, Mrs Russell Anderson of the ceremonies. The liv.*.
Dean, rf .. .. .. 1 Brooker 4) 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 S ,
night mone. step : : : r 1M.rt1M and Miss Phyllis Parman. itallatlon was conducted by Capti
Part ... .
.. Entire stolen
Brooker made only five hits during < : to a._ : ::J I : 1 bas.Three.. Klnard baM Wlllk"p: beer o. balla ..If', I W. H. Green of Harvey Seeds Pott
the game, but they were made Moore, It .,.: : Caves a. Fmhi I truck out by Cave a Miami. "<
i.I: WlnnlnrpFisher Lois Walker Gets Degree
Cu'hbort. >>"rf- t I 1 II ruche I'I passed Smith 2.
.to count. The team made no er. .A.de..n I 0 0 aTotaia C.... : 'losing ptrh.rpim. F"oh.J. The new Legion officers wen*
rorj Horne, on the other handmade 11- H a 10 RI.b... and glnron From Stetson University I elected in April. Mr Blackford and
12 base hits and four errors. / Mr. Geronimo were re-elected its

Both teams made four runs In Witt BROOKER:kop. alr A:. R.0 H.1 lEi !;SERVICE TO MARK Miss Lois Walker of Socrum their offices. ,,
the fifth After that Brooker was Sullivan Hr a 0 I a will receive a bachelor's degree
unable to get anything except Sullivan, cfEnnto SKlnanl .. .. I e 0 0 from Stetson University at De- C. J. SENGELEN DIES .r: '

goose eggs on the score board Barrow. ,a aaHrookir ":'. :..:.. : i : i 25TII ORDINATION Land on June 3. News has been received of .the;e'

Horne made two runs in the fourth IbSbarard. I' 1 0 Miss Walker, la the eldest daughter recent death of Charles J. Sell*>.'

and one in the sixth. ... .rfF afHon. ..... ... ...1.a 1 .I 0 0 DATE OF RECTOR of the Rev C. N. Walker, len, 58, former resident of Florid .
In the' delivery department ...ha. p __.. ...... a I 1 0 former pastor of the First Baptist City, at his home .at Norton.
Fuchs, Brookerman, allowed but TotalllAnoano. as ., -T Church of Homestead, and Mrs I HeighU, Conn Mr. Senfelen a 4Mi
one walk and Caves, pitching! foe Special services In celebration of Walker, former member of the wife, who died '!hr*January..*
Horne, allowed five Caves struck batted fur IPvrrlu miaou la Mb
the 25th anniversary of the ordination county school board. She was lived at Florida City about tai
out eight and Fuchs. two. _.. 000 oae O. 0-1 of the Rev. R. F Blackfoid graduated from Homestead High 'years ago He 'Is survived by a
Failure of Simmons hurler for Ilroo11. 011 IsI O. .-fT.
I sector of St. John Episcopal School. son, Howard C. Sengelen.P
Perrine, to place his tosses within ... be" M.. bran : stolen bum Wittin Church, will be held at the church .".:..
kop. narrow. Brooker 1w beltsnfrtFurba
factor i
socking distance was one
I. Simmons. Sal struck out, bit Culhay Tuesday morning, starting at 10
that spelled victory for Brooker,, bent I. Fucks e I kits off Culhbort I Ina
lontD' off 81..8IOD.. 1 tn I innings' o'clock.
Monday night. Simmons posset wild pitch". Si,..... a, winning pll.h.; The program will Include holy At Sears Deluxe
ten Brookermcn to first base and Patriot 1..ln. rftrher.. Cuthbort. Umpires. communion parts of the ordination '
Rot.ban and Banco"
couldn't seem to do much In the :
service which can be held withoutthe
strike-out department. Fuchs, on : Friday Night, M.Prtward. tlH of the bishop. and
the mound for Brooker, walked I presence Elgin Bicycle
MOII"'I' All. R. R. E.Matneta special prayers for the Episcopalian

one Brooker man took the game 7 to 3.1. B'.hop.. It as .a a n I eM 1 0I 0 young men who are being ordained Priced for
: .. tt 1 1 a 0 inth the ministry this sea Saving
Four of the runs were made in I C..... tbpMeDantol 4 1 1 0
the first four Innings and during .. lb. I' 1 1 sonThe
''J Clonlnvtr. .b 1 0 I 0 Rev. Edgar E. Pennington.
these frames Perrlne failed to tally ''Y""D". rt I S 4 0 rector of Holy Cross Episcopal

However, the Perrine men startedconnecting I I .I\'p.l,\ : 1 1 0 I : Church. Miami, and the Rev H.I I I
and brought three men
Blo.do a. I 1 S 0Total. .
I F. Bache, rector of All Saint l Episcopal -
across home plate The other innings -
11 Church. Fort Lauderdale will i
were scoreless for Perrlne
: AB. .. H. E.Linden" assist In the service I
Brooker brought another man homeIn
Ib 4 0 0 Mr. Blackford became pastor of
the sixth and two more in the IIi. 0 I
Lere.tt. e
eighth ..,. s..p : : a & the local church March 4. 1939,

\V itlkopt short fielder, made the 11,1..n.oIb::: b.,... : 1 I 0i 1 after coming here Irom Leesburg
'.....h... "f a 0 0 eMunn where he held a pastorate for ten !
two errors chalked up against 1 g gM.rtln. He was ordained at the
l. : : years I
Brooker. Leggett ,catcher, Deasehoil&top n..",
ab S 0 0 I Virginia Seminary near Alexandria -
Simmons pitcher and I 0 0 0 I
Cthh.rt p. Va., on June 6. 1915. His
J. Hilson, second base, each made Wagner. .t 1 0 I 0 _
I first assignment was as a missionary I Ill
an error for Perrlne Totals ss 6 s
the Indians and as rector -
Last Friday night Home went
"rna 100 ISO ISA- II I for four churches in the VICInity -
on a butting spree and beat Per ; Pewits' 0 0 1 001 0002: of Mmntwaukan N. D
rlne by a score of IS to 2. Cuth-
Two base hit.. MrPanlri ; are. ba.# hi... :Mr Blackford also held pastorates I
bert, Perrine pitcher was easily Caw: horn. rum. MrDinM 1. Younn I North
solved by the local who took atoltn bum. Edward.. lav.a. Mi-Daniel I at Panama City I
BUh. Cavn to McnatiklKIM 'llleS '
double plan p to Charleston S. C.. and Hirt \
him for 15 hits. on balla- off: Cnthbvrt :. D.1. '
Three Hoinemen home in .tnMk out br Bma 1. fulhbfrt 2. Hull 4. C During the first World War I'
have off Tuthbcrt II'. Innlnm. off PratS |
: he served Overseas as a chaplain
the first inning, two in the fourth In t Inmnxi: p...... bell.. tmrtt win
three in the fifth one in the seventh I
and six in the eighth One I

Perrine man came in in the third II I

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Fridav.Mav 31. 1940 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE SE' Page Three

El nIORY'DEARING HOW SOUTH DADE VOTED MAY 28 Conner To Supervise and the hiring of labor
The first installments of pied!:es
Church ConstructionJ. .
: the building fund arc due tomorrow -
NEW\ OWNER OF -1'" -5 11 Z it vat announced
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...1 .. ...1 .. .If D. Conner, Homestead con- .
CLEANING FIRMEmory : : = = : : actor, has been selected to supervise "to, tj a a a."iman '
construction of the new bUIld- t
Pros Elector ing of the First Baptist Church at
Brown .48 49 117 182 34 430 IN. W. Third street and KromrI
Dearlng is now owner Dowling .... ....... .. 85 115 123 205 45 523 i I avenue it was announced The I Tropical Cafe
and malinger of Reliable Dry U. 8. senator j being i
Cleaners and Laundry, formerly Andrews ... .. 164 147 319 1102 84 1.218 I present razed 27-year-old building NOW LOCATEDAT
and the
site Is to be
operated by his father, Charley Curter .._... .. 71 43 144 2n 58 573 cleared by June 8.
Bearing He took over active op- Governor i THE
eration of the business Monday. Holland .. ... 152 130 337 1174 tOI 1.294 It Is planned to begin work on EVANS HOUSE
Whitehair 95 61 167 248 48 6251 the new building as soon as possible -
Young Mr Bearing, who
quit Attorney General after the site li cleared. Members -
school early In his senior ;year Bentley .. ._. .. ._. ..103 90 221 407 12 893, of the church building committee One Block< South of I
at Homestead High School two Watson .. _. .103 11 t81 253 56 670 and Mr Conner are to meet Krome-llatler Traffic
yean ago to help with the family State Treasurer I within several days and discuss Light, on S. Krome Are
finances says while he has not Larson ... 111 9B 238 32 69 552Wainwrlght I plan for the purchase of material
been in the laundry business before I 77 69 133 319 51 649 .., 11 olio

he practically grew up in it.r Circuit 'ourt. Group 1 ... .. .
Hn parents were identified with Brunsteller .... 57 81 214 321 39 698 -
the operation of the old Hobson Williams .. 181 108 203 374 87 933
steam laundry and lived in the I Circuit Court, Group 3McCaskill
laundry building ......131 19 204 287 87 168
Trammell .. _..... 84 93 234 414 61 886
Until last Saturday Emory was Slate Senator ATTENTIONDADECOUNTY

employed as a salesman In Wollam Graham ....... 153 118 269 438 81 1.055
& Kendrick grocery. He was born .88 78 228 373 70 837
in Tlfton Ca, but has lived in r.Rep.., Group I
Homestead for 19 of his 20 years. Everhart .. .... 77 119 135 322 118 651 .
He plans to complete hit high Wiseheart ... ....132 118 283 413 64 1,008 j
school education and perhaps go Civil Court, Group SHendry
further through summer school. or ... _... ...........143 III 252 428 88 : .000
correspondence courses Lindsey Park Bonds no' ... ....._.. 78 88 t '180 293 U' 888 Vegetable GrowersOur

For ...- .. .m" .. .-._ 104 59 194 188 41 1184
"Prodigal Son" Is ThemeOf .. ... ....' .. I1 15 27 8t: 13 1.mI
Johnstone's Sermons"The Total rSoi l"Cast ::.259 207 623 160

I Southeastern divisional office at Ken
Prodlcal Son" will be the
theme' of a series of sermons to' Last Rites Conducted months ago, dall Florida, will remain open throughout
be delivered at Sunday evening 'I Dixon A native of Suwannee County,
For James II.
services=of-"llie First Baptist I Mr Dixon came to Florida City the summer for the benefit of those growers

Church.by the, pastor the Rev. J. Funeral services for James H from Orlando In 1922: Survivinghim I who might be interested in discussing withus
E: Johnstone, beginning June 2.
are his widow, Mrs Clara
Dixon, SO veteran packing house : their 1910-1911 marketing problems.
; The sermon topics are: Dixon, three daughters Mrs A M. I ;
.'. June 'Breaking Home Ties'.I operator who died Tuesday at Pa- Pritchard and !Mrs Gertrude Shore
hokee were held at 3 clock yesterday |of Homestead and Mrs. Bertha
June 9-"Out In the World.
; fterr.oon In the Florida City'Bridges of West Palm Beach: two Pay Us A Visit
June 16-"Fftdinll on Husks. Community Church with the Rev j adopted sons. Walton Dixon of
June 23- 'The Sting of an C G. Nelson officiating Burial Florida City and Fi ink Lewis of
Awakened Conscience was in Palm Cemetery, NSl'IIn.111'1Mr. 1 West Palm Bench; two brothers' I 1 AMERICAN fRUiT GROWERS INC.
June 30-"The First Step Homeward Dixon had been operating W. R. Dixon of Homestead and ,
a packing house nt Pahokee only Taylor Dixon of Gamest ille: and E, w. HNS. J. CJ 11L1.S11.
July "-"B.iok in the Old Home" a week. For 18 years he was en- eight Rrnndchildirn I
July 14-'The Elder Brothei" I gaged m the packing business at'I Pall bearers were L R. Becker. Division Manager Sales :Manner
Dr: Johnstones sermon topic : Florida City but suspended busU C E, Eichcnbergci. Roy Chindlei
Suncuj; morhin" nil) be "God and ness there after his packing house 'William J. Geronim. John Rohei.
the World Today"" wa destroyed by fire several! and \\'IIIm'' MvITS s

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Parma Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, May-31, 1940

IUllIIlIlIllIIlIIllIllIUWlIllIIlIIllJlllllh I wit that keep Ml'audience tuning Odessa MiHei1; deputy Sheriff William 1940( cUss; Hubert Olden; '\'iee-o -

THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE In regularly, sparkles throughout J Geronlmo president; Howard Crouse, 'MCT*..MV:

the book which Is a combination PrincetonClerk, Mrs Perle, tary; and Lydla Vihlen, treasurer

r>blldi" Fridays at Hr>.......4. fla. of autobiography reminiscence and Davis; Inspectors Mrs J. R. By- Members of the Redland Hig) .
M the ",'1 bode '..llohl.. l__r. 20 Years AgoIIIIIIIIIIII111III(11IIIIIIIIIUfl
Battered u MC Oft' tlaaa nail ......, I musical opinion The author discusses rum,, Mrs M. D. Barnard, N. L, School graduation class are: ..

Marc II, tale, at ..it.: alflrt ..1R.w.w.ad familiarly the big time conductors Chambers, the Rfev. Ceo. Deuel, Miss Marie Dorgardt, Miss Carp

Hank .. lit Fl.rfdo. n art af of today; gives highlights Philip Smith and Charles Jackson,; lyn Campbell, Miss Valeria Camp!

( IIIIIJIU1$ IIft of the music world In Hollywood deputy sheriff, James Campbell. bell, Miss Corrlne Cash, Miss Evelyn 2

.IN AR/RRa_.. ........ tmt UMarMACJOKM Movies HIM We MM W and concludes with young mod- Perrine-Clerk, P. O. Tyre; inspectors Chambers, Miss Mildred Craft .
boom Inm III* ., IK. H.aMaU ern musicians led by Aaron Cop Mrs. Oda Zachry, Mrs,, Miss Shirley Davis, Miss

LfACB .rll.a., ..... ._Ik*rW South MUalli Puma Mar SteDHT II. 1(11.aa Miw land. However, the contents art Olive T. Castle, Mrs. Virginia Cain; Edwards, Miss Audrey Dorothy Fulton, i i

._.u .__.J'--rM f7 and Treasurer I *.. 0.... ir, ..... with W 5amw anything but technical and therefore deputy sheriff, Yancey Blanton. Miss Betty Louis Harris Miss
stood .-... Goulds Clerk Harry Lewis; Inspectors -
readily understood and enjoyed Naomi Horne, Miss Irene Jackson
by the layman. Geo. A. Sage, the Rev.
.U8IKIIIPTION sumOrt -" Johnston Is the proud Miss Merle January, Mill Phyllis
IN ..... C.wty Slat father of a young man who arrived The Pulitzer prizes have been Harley R. Core, Mn. Sadie Vihlen; Jensen, Miss Anna Lou Johns;Miss '

.. of Dale bwitr _,__....- II.M last Sunday evening at the announced for 1939: deputy sheriff, Clyd Gossman. Suzy Leggett, Miss Kathleen Lloyd

home of H. W. Johnston." Fiction "Grapes of Wrath," Miss Elmeda: Roberts, Miss LeNeU

It,you cunt be a pin on the tOP of -"J. H. Killinger and family John Steinbeck CANNON WIRES Rogers, Mia Kathleen Ross, Mils
Elide Miss Wilma .
the hill expected to leave Thursday for Biography-"Life and Letters of Sage, Thompson

Be a shrub In the valley-but be Gainesville, In their car. Mr. Woodrow Wilson," Ray Stannard Miss Lydia Vihlen, Miss Mollie .
(Continued from Page One) Walker
The brut little shrub at the aide of Killinger has purchased! a farm Baker. Charles Behrens,

the rill; near there and expects> to ditch History-"Abraham Lincoln: the sent similar letters to Senators Charles Burr, Clyde Chambers,

B* a bush If you can't be a tree. barbering for agriculture ." War Years," Carl Sandburg. Claude Pepper and Charles O. Andrews Richard C raw. h. w, Howard
Crouse, William Gautier, Lewis
If you can't be a bush, be a bet -W H Theus and son Tom Poetry "Collected Poems," Congressman Cannon sent Mr. Little, Gilbert Ogden, Cecil Parker,

of the grass ,accompanied by ED. Taylor and Mark Van Doren. I Bird a copy of the telegram he Robert Rivers and Carter Sayen
J. M. started Drama-This sward has been refused 'II
Some highway to happier make; I Fremy, Monday mla sent Col. Hale. It follows:
Ford for Georgia; : by William Saroyan author "Homestead' Florida In South {
If you can t be a muskie. then Just ,
Tred Schmidt has moved from of "The Time of Your Life" Hi :
be a bass- Dude offers 2,000 acres of H.H.s. GRADUATES
But the liveliest bus in the lake Center street to the Fasulo house run in New York during the season I rock foundation ground which can
In east Homestead Indicates a wide popularity
be prepared In 90 days for armyall'
We can't all be captains; some must -"Id. Seifert entertained a among theatre-goers. (You remember field If possible suggest inspection : "i
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bo the crew; In 1926 Sinclair Lewis refused
number of friends at a party at on ground contacting
There's something far all of us the Pulitzer fiction prize for"Arrowsmith. county superintendent of public
her house on Thursday night Preston B. Bird at Homestead who
here.There's .") Instruction, and former principal of
can give further information. If
-"Ivan Moser arrived home The biography award the Homestead schools, will present .
big work to do and there was a cannot make Inspection wouldit
Sunday from Gainesville, wherehe the you the diplomas. Howard West 'i
lesser to do, surprise as literary cities had be possible to have Col. Young ,
Is attending the University selected Carl work president of the graduating class
And the tank we must do Is the Sandburg's as or aides to look over proposi- ,
near. of Florida. He Intends" to spend the probable choice However, the tion" will deliver the address of wel. '

the summer here Pulitzer prize excludes lives of come. Carlton Sweet will present .
Mr. Bird's letter to the
It you c.m't be a highway, them just -"J. M. Scarborough, B. L Washington and Lincoln as "too congressman the class gift to the school i
and the senators this week
be a trail Biggers, W. C. Mead and C. E, obvious choices' follows Mrs. T. L. Hodges will sing a

If you can't be the sun, be the Cushman representing the John G I solo and the Choral Club will sing ;,
"Re possible landing field and ,
star; Salley post of the American Legion, "Cathedral' Trees" and "Trees."
It Un't by size that you win or you went to Miami Sunday and attended ELECTIONContinued airport development In South Dade The invocation and benediction '
County, we are inclosing herewith
tailHe | the memorial services' will be given by the Rev, Geo. H.
of the Redland District
map with
the best of whatever you are. |AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. ..AAAAALIBRARY Ricks, pastor of the Homestead
one possible location marked In
-c. J Schierer ( from Page One) red (Presbyterian Church.

: FACTS I Key and Miami Beach north of I "The Mission of Culture" Is the'
"We would like to suggest that
vvvyvvvyvvv.cvyv ewvVtw I Baker's Haulover with a vote of topic selected by the Rev J. E. .
while Col. Hale of the G. H Q.
CURRENTCOMMENT AND FANCIESYYTmTTTT"TmTTTTT four to one In favor of the issue I levitation division Is on his tour Johnstone, pastor of the First Baptist -

The "tors' totaled 584 and the"agalnsts" Church of Homestead, for his
,p II of
Inspection he should look over
totaled 117. The Issue bacculaurate sermon Sunday afternoon -
LRIR4RY HOURS our advantages
'lost In the county-wide count because -

..lfondedneadol)', Thursday less than 51% of the prop. 'Briefly these are: Stanley Wittkop will sing a solo ,
By AGNEW WELSHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 3-6 "A terrain of limestone that Is
p. m. :, erty owners voted on the question and Roy Nelson violinist, will
Tuesday. Friday 10 a. m-1 p. m Marshall C Wteeheart countywide easily and cheaply cleared of

Saturday, 9-12 a. mat 3-$ p. m growth and brought to a level surface play. .
And so Shirley Temple is at by a substantial majority The Rev. R. F. Blackford will "
no sand
pockets the entire
7-9 ,
Well p. m. 'I over Thomas B. Everheartin read the scripture and the., Rev.
"the end of her string' too. ,I field as well as the runways will ?t
she can Word to be with a mil- the race! for state representative be solid, Indestructible limestone Robert H. Spear will give the invocation ,
host to the good received 1,008 votes In South from bottom to Dr. Johnstone will pro-
a a I Dude, while Everhart polled only the benediction.
Vacation days are almost her 851: "The heaviest ships can make

Just us we begin to think we: when hundreds of children will be I Norman Hcndry, in the race for use of this field In wet or dry Saunden Other class vice-president.officers are: Eugene and
liana ownership and control of the times without thinking of possible ,
I I seeking diversions to fill in the Judge of the civil court of record, Rachael .Gossman, secretary and I
world's gold supply comesItaly weak spots, as there will be none. '
received a substantial maJority. treasurer. roll is aJ follows '
with a coinage system that hours that are now profitably occupied "The proposed field is reached The class I
He received
an even 1,000 votes r
uses stainless steel with some I with school activities The over good roads about 39 miles :
and his opponent, John J LincUey Arthur Miss 1'
listening alloys So what Well :daily chores to be done around the received 688 from the present field at Opa Miss Mary Frances ,

a coin is only a promise to pay I house are soon accomplished and votes. Locka, Flo, and three mile from Louise Barnes, Miss Phyllia.Bell, Jj

ana, like a man'snote, depends 'the summer heat does not permit nominated Judge Worth W. Trammell. re- Homestead, a town of about 4,500 Miss Jeannette Campbell, Miss t J
as judge of the ConJ
both his ability and willingness too much circuit Edwina Close, Miss Claudia
upon physical exertion! So population. with ample electric ,
court Group J received 886 votes Miss Mary j
to pay. The Indian's wampum the logical solution rill be the In South power and light and most excellent ner Miss Nina Dyal.
Was H'xiJ enough money for him, king of all indoor sports-READ- Dade while his opponent, water. Grace English, Misses Margaretand
E McCaskllt, received 768 Mildred Field Miss Jane Gat- ".
ING. "It
seems hardly to
Judge Ross Williams, wHo necessary Miss i'
was retained Miss Rachael Home
A German scientist declares hill I It is a well known fact that the : as circuit Judge In Group call attention to the climate advantages lin, Grennell Miss Elizabeth

Investigations prove to him that I boyar girl who has learned to be I.'a.. given 933 votes In this of the area as the de- IGoaldia Birdie Home Mis.Mar.h .
Hall! Miss
the surface of the earth undulates 1 familiar with many books and to while Roscoe Brunstetter polled partment already is in full pos- Miss Effie Mae

like a waving meadow or wheatfield j glean information from the printed 1698 session o' this delta" |Kathryn Waters William, Angelini, Virgil ti

and that these risings and :page, is usually far ahead of any The voting in all the five precincts ------ ''Bailey, Clinton Bishop Herbert 0 ,
fallings may measure as much all| fellow pupils who are not accus- '
I was done in a leisurely fash- RES. GRADUATESContinued i Booth, Oscar Cloninger, Elwin 4
forty feet a day. These billowlngs'tomed to such reading habits I lion, with none of the fatiguing Henry Dodson, Edward let
he aawrto, are due to contractionand Therefore It Is possible for the I and continuous "rush of business William Moffett Harry
expansion of the earth's surface I child to pleasantly Improve his Kirby
that marked the
first ( I Harold Rad-
from Allen
One Pierce
Page ) ,
I under the Influence of the of
1 1lUll'S chance ,good grades next semester The voters cast
prlmUrY'j' ma Thompson will give the salutatory ford, Ross Reitz Eugene
heat. Why not' The less ,
by reading good and digesting 'dispatch and there was no address for the Jimmy Schallern Jack Sullivan,
powerful moon sways the earth their contents during vacation In lines There ( .r tt
were The Bev Jesse Thomas Varnadoe,
: Waller will give Carlton Sweet
to produce the tides '
minute voters and at most of the the Invocation and the ReE.. William Walton and Howard West. '
find with such regularity and accuracy I quote from a farmer's: bulletinon precincts the workers were ready I P. Cowan the benediction I| Class day exercises were held .

machine that the calculating geodetic the survey ebb ,1tI.tI I rural library:>j'} i'e: hi 'close up shop" long before the The faculty mule quartette composed Monday evening, May 27, in the .,;

a "When young people really get pi escribed time-sundown. The of D R. Snyder J, Q. Caldwell -II Neva King Cooper Schoi 1 auditorium -
tides for
and flow of these long; ,
interested in there is ubbud and
a subject no' tenseness also was Llndley Stanley and Clarence -

pcrlodi ahead. 'end to the time'and effort they will'' lacking Tuesday around the polli Gray wlU sing, "Manlld..layIIc- The program took the form of t

I':spend reading and gathering Information i and there was little "politicking companied on the piano by Mrs of a drama picturing reunion of ,

In their efforts to meet competition HercjjJ J 3 y\v erage boy by candidates or friends of candidates Gray. The high school bnnd will the class ten years from now The '.

the railroads: are mnking' who did not emu whether he play a march, 'El Capstan," by I, class will history whop who, .

numerous changes streamlining I studied his ,geography qp IIut. Then i( The short ballot and the greater Sousa and an overture from poem and song were woven Into ,

the curs, building Delsel (engines" one dj) he hapifcTtM a book familiarity with the operation of "Bohemian GUI," by Balfe The I f I the play. rlr 4

1 to move them, and now a combination :about stamps of all nations In the I|'the voting machines are said to high school glee club will' sing, The senior trio, Henry Dodon: ,yi ;

couch-sleeper Is being built, a1 i I school libiary H. found It so have been factors that made the "Commencement Day," accompanied Howard West and Carlton Sweet '

sleeper with three "bunks'; goodness to1 I Introduction to radio fans The I primary an expeditious and by Mrs Gray gave the opening number. .'I

knows It Is hard enough Interesting that he begin to collect smooth-running, As his topic for the baccalaureate v.'

get Into an upper of the present stamps. In a few months he There were 841 votes cast at sermon Sunday morning the Rev: "NOTKR FOR OR TAX APP DEED( (CATION
type and with these new ones you was led to in Intense interest|Homestead, 160 at Florida City Ceo. H. Ricks, pastor of the Home Chapter 17467 .Art! of IMSA ,
would probably be greased and in geography by the roundaboutroute 525 at Princeton 259 Floe I A4510Noil '
at Perrine
stead Presbyterian Church, has I ,. .Is hereby aIran I that Dr. IMdrlrk, ,i t
I slid In. Oh yes, and they are arranging 1 of stamp collecting" and 207 at Goulds. The vote In chosen, "Rebuilding I Shaken ,Butler hold... .1 state out County T... xC.niflsat.

,', to sell travel tickets on The above Is a very good example the first primary was Homestead, World." I.of July I A., No D.,1934 2041. his bed f11d the eons and In derpet:. ,

the installment plan, that curs of 1 of why your child shouldbe 1.060. Florida City, 194; Princeton, Mrs T. L. Hodges will sing a offle;. and h.s made application C.n1f1sat'(Of 6 }. '

the modern commercial, world. || ervcoursged to visit' the library 640 Perrine, SIT;; ("Mld., 248. solos "The lords Prayer," by L .'

I and browse around among the Election officers and the pollsat NOW, with violin accompaniment arts, I. the County 01 Dade. stete ofFl.rld. ",.

A report by the commliuiiqi I l>otok;) hl\ii.( Perhaps beer she Which they servetf are as follow by Roy Nelson. The high Lost.. ta 1.vltt elk. I. ",d.. Plot, .1 -"llh ; if

of Indian affair shows their prep.- J JI. )|vU l),f nd.44> ,very book that will j sohooi glee club ,will sing an Pines. a ....obd... Plot Bn.k t1I. PIS. ." ."' i''
anthem In UM ent population to be 33TS88 aIC ;iole'study i problem in a similar Hlmestead-Clcrtf'X.! L. Lanier
; ,, "Sing, Heaven' The Rev MorldaTW ..;
I. with an estimated "'" iV"n "If'' i Inspectors, Mrs a.:emenwnt .1 Mid property ands/'
compared i' Carrie Lee Mc- O o. E. Deuel will have charge ef the. MM ernlf/nte we. 'n the name 01. ." .M"
of 178,000 when the white 'I' Yes we have "A Smattering of Daniel, Mrs. Florence M. Hunt, the music. I'BhnuwnllHlM :

came to possess their lands. ]Ignorance" by Oscar Levant. It1 I Mrs:Cella N. Lewis, E. F, Erooker, The Invocation wild be givenby MM .law.nil., .-'...v shall
day the Indian birth rate is 22.3 ]har.been on the shelf. for nearly H. M. Campbell Leo E Bishop the Rev. C N. Baker; prayersby th.rrt.n'lIf b. sold : th, hluhr.1 Mr *: ,*

per thousand at compared with i I three: weeks and there has been O. C. Radford, A. T. Jackson W. the Rev. C. G. Nelson and the'Rev. day it the In Court the month houM of door July on, 1)41)this first*Krn!Mw"U ., j-j

their death rate of 13.T The I only one call for it despite the. B. Caves, Sr.: deputy sheriff, Tom J. E. Walter: and benediction the lt day of July I U4: ., '. "

Navajos! the largest of the tribes, fact It has been amon the ten Vann. by the Rev. Noah Peterson The Deed this HU F day' .1 Mnt, 104 RVAN, .
number more than 80,000; thelr'l I best sellers for several I months. Florida City-Clerk, Mn. Violet Rev E. P. Cowan will read the 1 C...: f, .ntyitriier"

original number Is supposed to Oscar Levant, the musical star Delta; Inspectors J. B. Cohernour, scripture. '
tiav been _about; 10,000. ,if. "Information Please! ," needs no,J. Ft Rohrer, L J. Lyon and Mrs. Charles Burr Is president of the 1.saws | Mr II,V*JtlM N. C.T. STERW5TT.14. II. ""-1 0 t+

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cL Friday, May 31, 1910 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five

' father S. L King. This Is Mn.Becker li a guest at the home of monthly meeting on Wednesday at

Rohrer's flnt trip to her old home 'hit paternal grandmother, Mr. the home of Mis Charles Clintonat
In 29 years Charles Becker. 3 o'clock.
In and Around I 11
Mr. and Mrs E. A. Chase and The Lad 111II' Aid Society of the
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crawford of Community Church will hold Its HEAD THE WANT-ADS
Miami were Sunday guests of

Homestead i Mr. and Mrs.. Fritz_Schroedcr I

Mr. and Mrs. Jim D'Amato and

"'.7 r I Mrs W. DI Pietro arrived Tuesday blY SINCERE THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Frick will I Macon She has just completed I from Boston for a visit with
leave tomorrow for DeLand to her sophomore year at Florida I Mr. and Mrs Sam Tomassl.

bring their daughter, Miss Virginia,I Southern College.
who is a student at Stetson University Mrs. Tom Cohernour and sons ,
back with them. They Mr. and Mn. Lyman Williams were Saturday guest of Mr. and tit" 4 t To MyFriend"
i will be accompanied by Miss Fern announce the birth of an 8% Mn G. D. camber of Home

Robertson who will attend the pound boy, Wayne Burton In the stead. I

graduation exercises of Miss Lois Post Graduate hospital Monday.Mrs. Orlando Gumm and Alvin Dean < tt

Walker.Mr. left Monday for Minnehaha In
Chas W. Camp left Wednesday
and Mrs. J. L. Burton left for Washington, D. C., Springs W. Va. Ii SouthDade

;yesterday for Atlanta where they where she will visit her son and I Roy Niell and J. Booker return-
will attend the graduation exercises daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ed Monday from a abort business l
of their son, Joe, at Emory Paul Camp for a month. Later she trip to Winston Salem. N. C. I
University Medical school. will visit her brother-in-law and County
k sister Mr. and Mrs. F. J Byln,. Mr. and Mn""W'W.: Severy and

John Fredrick., who was graduated'front ton, in Chicago for two weeks and daughters were Sunday guests of I for Their
University of Flor. spend some time In her old homein Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Severy and

ida last week, Theodore Franklinand Belle Plaine, Iowa, and In Mr. Mr. and Mn. V. O. Rohrer in : Help in

Tom Collins returned this Camp's old home In La Porte, Ind. MiamiMr.
I Iso
week from Gainesville.Mrs. Mrs. Camp will be accompaniedas and RenominatingMe
Mrs. Johnny Goss and
far as Washington by her sister I
Pal, left
Sunday for Pahokec
Ceo. N. Waketleld and children Mrs. B. P. Harding of Miami, Fla. A for

Barbara Jean and Norton, who will visit In Boston New York ___ I
will leave next week with her and Newark. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Dixon left
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Saturday for Eau Callie where STATE SENATOR
3 Mrs. N. P. Thompson, for WashIngton A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. they will make their home.
D. C, for a visit. Mn. Arthur Fogle of Naranja Thursday I
Thompson and daughter, Linda, in the Post Graduate hospital. Mrs. R. J. Shepherd left on''
have been visiting at the Wake- I Thursday for her summer home In Ernest R. Grahnm
field home for several weeks, while W. C. Monroe is now connected North Haven, Conn. I I
Mr. Thompson arrived yesterday. with a chain store In South Bos.,
Mrs. Wakefield will also visit In ton Va. Mri. Monroe and their Little Norma Becker Is visiting>
Boykins, Va. I son, Bobby, will join him there tier grandmother, Mrs. Selma Matt-
some time in June. son at Cape Sable Little Ricky I

Miss Marjorie Moser, Miss Anna-
Mr. and M"-U.- A. Love, Jr., of NoTh It fll' APPS If ATIONPlitt t
bell Redd and Clement Russell, all TAX 'tPhH
Quincy visited Mri. Love's parents Chi''''' 174117 Afti i>( lull I
students at Florida Southern College I
Mr. and Mn. W. H. Kite No. A SII77
returned to their homes here Syker Nntlr" li hrrhy >lv.i that W, Riourllurn I Marshall C.
over the week-end. H huMrr of Slut and County TIrrllflraU
last week.
No IUIKH! the 6th (
day ? I
Miss Elizabeth I Annual.. A. P. t.W tint fll.d .a,@ in my
Mr. and Mrs Leon Burnett and Pritchard of off'.. and has mad. p.liratl.n for a
Miami is visiting her mother Mrs.Laura tax d..d: to .he hsn.d thr:..,n. Said C.riifl. I Icat. WISEHEARTWishes
son Leon Jr., and Mrs Burnett'smother .mh..... the fnllnwinr d.a.rlh" I
Mrs. Vera Summerlin, all Heatherington: and her aunt,I niperty In the County uf Dade Stat of I
Mri. J. E. Elder. She plans to Min-fda, to. liIxiU :
of West Palm Beach were weekend and .
II II. Dials I. Miami Land
guests here of Mr. and Mn. leave soon to visit her !>eo. Co Subdn. >etl.fi 17, Toon I
law and sister Dr. and brother.ln-I hip tl South, Range SI Fjut I'l.t
G. A. West. Mrs. Burnett remained Honk I. Pan 10, In the Uwntr of
for a longer visit. Elder, In Madison, Wis. 01"".. 8.... 01 1' ..ldl.
Is now a member of the faculty of I The a..aennrnt 01 wild. property ands. to
the MM Mrtiflraw lit ofKrfbM
m* soma
: J. Lawrence Scott of Redland the University of Wisconsin. Unkn.... ,
I ,..... ., .., I
Unl.as said .rtI atoll be
Js in Charlotte, N. C, where he was Mr. and Mri.-;: : Richard Hillen- deemed ....""'n. to 4w the P........... do- Thank the
/ called by the illness of his father, therein will b* old to the the h>*lMddr
burg are parents of an eight pound I .t the Court ....... door on the lint ,
John B. Scott.
r girl, Patricia Lee, born at the Post i It Minuter th*, tit In day the of month July,of 11140 July l.*.. which I Voters( off
, Mn. John Andrew Webb left Graduate hospital Tuesday Mn. D.t.l Into mh day of lit... l.4".
Sunday for a visit with relatives Hillcnburg ii the former Miss I. E. H. LKATHkRMANCltrk of Clrrult Court.. 1
in Amerlcus, Ga. Clarabelle Stewart. lao* County, Florida. South Dade
I Circuit Court 'SmlBy .
Miss Nina Pearl Bush and Miss Claudia Elizabeth Anderson of I May II. Jun. 7. 14, II. ".AI I
Madge Thompson have returnedto Matecumbe underwent a tonsil operation County for
their hornet In Homestead from at the Post Graduate hospital w

Tallahassee where they were students -" Thursday. IFLORIDA
at Florida State College for] ........... '........" 11031ESTEADBARBER Their Supportin
Women.Mr. 1

I. and Mrs.-R. B. Brown spent ...,..."'-By,.Mrs.."..."".W.,..."'W.,..."Severy..........."......,,.._.I SHOPSWill Nominating

the week-end in Tallahassee where Mrs. S. S. Shields will leave i Close r
they went to bring their daughter Wednesday for a two-week stay', Him for
Miss Mary Dana, home with them. In Miami with relatives. Daily at 6 P. M.

Miss Brown has just completed) I
her sophomore year at Florida Mr. and Mrs. John Rohrer and 1daughter I Wed. at 12 Noon Member of
( will leave
State College for Women. |Sunday, In company with Mr. and'i' Sat. at 10 P. M.

:Mrs. Vernie O. Rohrer of Miami I Florida Legislature
Mr. and Mn. Sam J. Davis have ,
as their guests for a few weeks, for: Cando, N. D, where they will Until Further Notice

Mrs. Davis' mother, Mrs. L. M. visit with Mrs. John Rohrer' I.

Snell of Miami. i ................................... .. ..........................
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Mr. and Mn. Wm. McMichael

and son, William, Jr., left Tuesday -' I
Circuit Spinal Adjustment
for a visit in Eau: Gallie. Judge

from Billy Man Clark Hill returned College last In week Mars Ross Williamsis (Chiropractic)

Hill, N. C.
Corrects the Cause of Disease
Mr. and Mn James Olvis and

children, Jimmy and Peggy left
Monday for various points inn 'IEALT twain THE real cause of most diseases

Tennessee after spending the win is = in the spinal column. If a c cs

,',., ter in Homestead."; M:9":_.: nerve leading from the spinal column -

Pat Baker who spent the winter nc :4- becomes impinged between

to Homestead left Tuesday for his :
i the vertebrae and the
home In Bedford. Va. r Appreciativeof ::.:
rre served by that nerve becomes affected
Miss Blllie Davis of L"MlI'o., the
I' and you have stomach /
Is spending a week in Homestead
with her aunt Mn. Floyd Pye Vote HeReceived = trouble, kidney trouble, heart

=: trouble, etc., according to the
: The Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Richards
particular nerve impinged.
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Front row left to right! Oscar Clan Inlier, Mildred Field, Phyllis Bell, Goaldia Grenand Clinton Bishop; third row Thomas Varnadoe, Jack Sullivan, Harold Radford,

hell, Louise Bnrnes Effie Mae Waters Nina Dyal, Rnchnel Cossman and Rosi Reitz; Billy Walton, Allen Pope Edward Kirby, Howard West, Billy Moffett, Elwin Cooper,
I second row Eugene Saunders William Angellnl. Birdie Horne, Margaret Field, Mary Jimmie Schallern Henry Dodson and Carlton Sweet, Members of the clan not In

Grace English, Jeannette Campbell Kathryn Marsh Edwina Close, Herbert Booth the picture are: Mary France Arthur Claudia Conner, Elizabeth Hall Jane Gatlln,
Virgil Bailey and Harry Pierce.-Miami Daily News Photo.

.. ..................................................._ .......................................................,../I...N,1HN Nina? How
Eugene-Well, that's my busi- world treating you, Goaldia-My, that traffic coming:
are you getting along with your and going from Miami gets wone
Glimpse of the FutureBy ness.Enter Elwln) school work? by the hour. (Enter Mary Grace)

I Elwin-Where's Herbert Any- Allen-Nina's getting along fine Mary Grace-Hello, girls, how
ElwIn Cooper Mary France Arthur Edwina Close, one seen my partner? Well, hello, but I'm having trouble with some are you? Pardon me a minute
Rachael Cowman and Herbert Booth.
Eugene! Say what's this I've been of my seniors in civics. They Just while I answer the 'phone. Hello

reading In the paper about your won't study.ElwinThat's. I certainly am glad to lea you
-__-_nnuu--......-............................................-....................-.................. breaking up that International ipy terrible. 1 can't girls Your room Is ready for you.'

Time1950.PlaceImperial. Edward Whew! Whatta gal! ring and capturing the modern understand why seniors of all people How's the dancing school, ,Kathryn

Hotel In Home- Thanks for getting me out of that Mata Hari won't study They should remember ?

.tead. one, Jimmie Eugene (yawning)-Aw, Its all that they are wasting. I I Kathryn-Just fine. I really fl.I -

(Seeing Howard) Roommate In a day' work. their last year In school joy my work. I have a fine groupof

SCENE I when did you fellows blow In? Elwin-What are you doing down Herbert-On, yearn 'I I girls now that really have tal

) Enter-ROM and Howard, Herbert-Well. I guess I'd bet- here? Nina-Now, Elwin, you have.'t ent. We're going to have..a .revue

successful architects, who ter be getting down town. Euene-Just taking a rest- any room to talk. (Enter Henry.) I soon. Goaldia Is doing ,finje In

I have come to design an edition I Howard-Ross, we've got workto that is, as much as any one in my Henry-Well, hello, everybody.I'm Burdine's. How do you like your

to the James Archer do. business can reat.ElwinCome glad to find some of you here! work now?

Smith HOIIpltaLHowardWell. Ross Sure on Eugene, let's Jimmie-Henry, how's the buildIng Goaldia-My work is very Interesting -
come on.
find Herbert and have a "coke"tOllether fund for your new church ; I have been given so ex-

Edward-I'll take you upstairs for old times sake, (Exit coming ecutive job, now. (Enter- Birdie,

it sure seems like myself. e Eugene and Elwin. Enter Mary Henry-Just fine. We only need She speaks off stage to Billy) I'll

old times to be back here. Mary Grace (off.tae-Klrbyl) Frances.) two thousand dollars now to reach I I I wait in here for that prescription

Ross-They sure have built (Enters.) Where are you? Well Mary C.-Am I whipped! the goal. for the hospital We need some

Homestead up since 1940, when we hello everybody. Goodness what Edwlna-Now what's the mat- Nina -That's fine Henry, and I I I sulphanalimide, too Billy. Pon't

graduated a rushing business! ter? I I'm glad for you. You've certainly -' forget that.! (She turns and sees the,

Howard-Well, I guess we'd better Howard- Hello, Grace How Mary F.Remember Margaret worked hard on the campaign girls)

register aid get upstairs to does It feel to be Mrs. Kirby? Field? Well, her youngest just succeeded Allen-Yes, Henry, and we're Birdie-::-Hello, girls, we don't let
Remember we're not in doing a beautiful Job of all for !
cur rooms. Grace-Never felt better you.ElwinSay to see you down here very tftent

In school now, we have some drawing Howard-Come On, Ross, we fracturing his left arm And can I come on, we've ,otto Mary 'Grace-You people a) the

plans to itudy. HAVE to work on those plans for that youngster squall. I get to work. hospital really keep Bifly'biiBirdieWell iV. ;
Ross (at desk-Why look who'shere : the addition on the hospital. Rachael-Oh, by the way, how'lClaudia'l Herbert-Yes, 'you'll\ excuse us.: 'tron. '
I'd ralt1
little ? icff>
girl She certainly
-Jimmie Schallern. What are Ross-Yeah, we've got loads of (Elwin and Herbert exit.
ii a beauty! he an old classmate, ,, 'paprrlally"when
;you doing here, Jimmie? (Ross work to do.Howard course.
Mary r.She's getting along he Is as reliable a pharmacist
and Howard shake hands with Henry-I have to go and call on
(starting out)-By the Is. (Enter Billy with
fine now. That tonsil operation at Billy .
Jimmie.) an old lady who Is sick so I'll see '
way here are a few of our cardsin _
cleared up those fevers she has package)
at the reunion
Jimmie-Fine, here's the book case you know of anyone who been having. (Telephone rings.Rachael you -So long, Henry tonightAll Goodbye. Billy-Here you are Birdie This
and S yl've really got some
wants to build
pen. answers.) look like the\ gatheringof
begins-to ,
(Henry starts out.)
t one her you'd like to see. Sign the Edward-Hmm. This Is pretty
Rachael-Yes she's here. All Allen I the clan. Elizabeth and
-Henry, have to do a few
+ register while I go get the man good! right I'll tell her. Goodbye. (To I things myself so I'll accompany were in the drug store for a coke
ager. Mary Grace-What does It say? Mary F.) Hospital wants right They said
you you as far as I am going. a minute or two ago. I
(Exit ) Edward-"When you get mar- away. Henry-All right! (Henry and they were coming over here tq help

ROSJ-This looks like this Is go- ried and want a love nest bring Mary F.-I knew it. But what I Allen exit.) ;I you with the decorations ,for tonight -

Ing to be tun. your problems to Reitz and West" would I do without it? (Exit Mary Nina (looking at watch) -Oh Mary Grace. '
(Exit Howard and Ross.) .
Howard-Yes, but first we'd bet- F. Jimmie enters) Heavens! I have an appointment' Mary Grace-I'll appreciate thaI.There's .
Mary Grace-Trust Roland
ter pay the cashier Rachael -Here's Jimmie We and I'll be late If I don't hurry! plenty to do.
Howard to find catchy 'phraseto
a can go to lunch now, (Rushes off stage) package. TO
(They itart toward cashier'sdesk your
advertise firm. Well I
where Rachael is sitting) ,.their Jimmie Sure, go ahead I'll Jimmie-Don't rush off! (Tele. got to rush back to the drugstore.
to be going .rve loads to do. (Bell
hold the old fort down.
phone rings.) Hello. Yes she's .
Rachael (slamming down paperWho's )
got the funnies? I never Jimmie-There goes that bell Edwina-I haven't much time.We're here. Just a minute and I'll con- Birdie-I expect the drug business

do get a chance to read Smilm' again! (He txiU:) swamped with-work today nect you. (Thomas. William, and keeps you working, doeun
Phyllis and Jeannette have to
Jack! eat Clinton come in and Jimmie starts It, Billy\ ?
Rachael (looking! at clock)-
too. (Exit Edwina and Rachael
off) Yes it duos but it's awfully -
(Heads toward Herbert who Is Billy- ,
Where can Edwina be? She's half
Jimmie pulls telegram out of his
sitting behind a paper.) an hour late. Thomas-What say, Jimmie? interesting when you own

Howard-Well, cut off my legs Mary Grace-Come on, Edward pocket.) I Clinton-Hello, Red on the Head. your own store at that. Well, so
Jimmie-Now that those girls tonight
and call me Shorty if it isn't darling! You promised to help arrange (Jimmie exchanges greetings and long. I'll see you again .
Rachael. are gone, I can read this. Why walks off) (Exit)
the reception room. this Is from Billy Moffett! He's I :A
Canton-Thomas how about Birdie-As much as I hate
Rosa-So it is, so it is. I guess ,
(Eugene sneaks through
snoop bringing a load of the old I
gangThey're letting me have contract leave good company, girk
it's still Gossman, isn't it? ing ) your as your
Rachael-Yes, but not for long- flying In and will be in gasoline agent for the ABCV packIng am afraid I'll have to get this
Eugene-Seen any suspicious
late this afternoon. Well, this hOlpitaLMary
I've got a hunting license. company trucks? medicine back to the
Ross (pushing Howard) -You'd Racha.l-Yeh j makes the reunion about perfect. Thomas Yes, of course, Clinton.We Frances Is waiting for at
het'Slhe comes. I
Allen and Nina
( rush in.)
have been Birdie. _
In direction Rachel seriously thinking All-Goodbye,
better hunt my (Enter Edwina.)
Howard's hitched. | Nina-Are we too late to greet about ;your proposition but Virgil Mary Grace-rill take you UP"
Edwlna-Give me a chair. I've the gang coming In on the plane? bit,
] and Oscar are in Washington stairs can freshen up a
now so
Rachael Well where
your just finished Mrs. Scotfi hair and We
Allrn\ afraid
were we'dlate. be in I Jeannette
connection with the new tariff but I've got to hurry.
better half now I'm finished! Some job making We have had one of those will be
regulations so well have to wait and and Edwin
Howard- Now listen, Honey her look like Hedy UMajr Phyllis
1 ,
old acuity meetings they'llbe
until and
they get back for the final closing their shop soon,
Chile didn't know It's still cotton
you Rachael-Tough job, eh jimmie-No I '
you're not late;, decision However. I think your ready for supper.
picking time in Georgia? Edwlna-Yes, she wants to look
they won't be here till later this I proposition Is very good Kathryn think I'll wait here
Herbert-QUIETI! What kind of her best' for some unknown rea- afternoon. (Enter Herbert and El- Clinton-We have a similar planIn for Jeannette. She should be her
a. get-together Is ill this? sons! win.) are'her
operation with several other I'm dying to
minute. Just
Rosa-Well I'll be! What are Euene-Oh, haven't ;you heard Herbert-Elwin, I I any time ,-
sure am glad large packing houses In the vicinity again. It's been a long
you doing here? We're going to have a class reunion I found We
t you. have some I and they are well pleased with the since I've seen my old Juklng flL
Herbert-Elwln and I are I tonight. technicalities to iron out on the" way It works Let's go over to the (Mary Grace and Gaoldia, to up

ance adjusters with the Rachael-That is right isn't it? adjustments of that quarters fire, office and I will show you my stairs. Enter Jeannette.)

tan Casulty Company. We're 100ur.1'But how did you know, Eugene? Elwin-Well, look who'a here!I I terms. Jeannette-Hello, Kitty. Cow.
here In connection with I Edwina -Oh, Eugene always Two members of the
teaching William
[: -Yes. I'd like to see the it's good to see you again.
fire that swept -through the knows everything before. it hap staff of dear oU .Homestead HigW h details (Goadipand!' Katherine Kathryn-Same here 1I0ne7.IIIt.

ters, lest week. pens haft yo ta: ow.Al? How's tht, enter ,'come'on up' with me to m11Je111SPare

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while I clean a bit. I've loads
) ,. to tell you. (Exit Kathryn and Class Poem History of Class of 1910 I

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SCENE II Mary Grace and Phyllis can write with great speed; By LOUISE BARNES ||us to move on. We left with h< ivy

(Telephone rings. Mary grace They can fill any office where there is a need. Way back In 1988 A, D. when hearts not only because we were
: rushes downstairs to answer It But It you're looking for someone to write a poem, Mr. J. T. Wilson was principal a leaving all our younger playmatc9
t. Enter Rachael.) Don't call on me; I'd rather be home. group of industrious young boys and our own school building but
also because on the List du> of
Mary Grace-Yei, all right Elwin Cooper heads the lint and girls met in the west wing ]! school, Mr. Summers brought u*
Thank you. (To Rachael) That And many are the girl he's kissed. of the Homestead grammar school 'the news that death had .'hl"n'ct
was from the airport. The gang But Clinton Kirby and Billy Moffett building commonly known as Miss Mrs. Cooper our beloved I
has arrived. They are on their Can Dhow him how Clark Gable does It Jackson's room to enroll in the of the year. gum in
student body of the Homestead
way over. Henry Dod on, when he tries, grammar school Among Diesel', Junlui High. We had .it 1. ,' it-
Rachael-Oh, fine. Can write an essay to win a prlae were: louise Barnes Jeannette f tallied this lofty peek onl\ to ml
Mary Grace-I've' got to go to Allen likes math but put to the test Campbell M.ugnret! Field. Mildred that we were the Int.lnlI'. .,
He would he like best.
surely history
make some last minute prepara- say :i wundrrl.ind We '1
Field. Goaldia Gramvll, !h.rabeth'Hall. 'i wile crust i iI
tions. They ought to be here any Louise and Effie both quite Jolly Birdie Home. Edwina Clone, |I'we hud gone tins f u, \\n! : ,ut
minute. Are inseparable In fun and folly. Herbert Booth Henry Dodnon stumbling, but we duin I n i ,

Rachaol-I'll be here to greet But they can't beat Jack and Claudia two Edward KW. Harold Radford, :!haw small we mete untilv<- ,
them when they arrive and tell Who stick together closer than glue Ron Reitz aTKrijni-k Sullhnn. :I I wandering around in in entail i I. .

Jimmie to be here to show themto Thomas Varnndoe and Virgil Bailey, The next $)# some of these Went of classes pupils, h'/I'h./ ,
and subject matter '
their rooms. In school were Wakeflcld's slaves, yea, verily. found that t"Nut been placed this i
Mary Grace-All right. (Mary The way he made them spend their noun, In Mrs Virginta Edwards' room moil trooped William Angclim n.
Grace exits. Rachael goes to dct.it Was mowing the lawn and planting flowers. ,-nd some remained with Miss !other seventh grader.

and Is working on the books when Mary Jackson, but all was fine bemuse Upon our eighth Si-ptoi" ,'.. ,.
Jimmie enteri.) Mary Frances, Jane and Nina Dyal these boys and girls were Oscar Clonlnger und Jane Game
JimmIe-Did you want me tor As "beautiful gills" have won prizes a pile. full of joy and curiosity.In Joined our ranks. We had now l"'-
While Rachael and Kathryn a* everyone knows,
something? one whole year we learned como acclimated to the tuiified "i'inosphere
Have shown the girls how to wear their clothe.
Rachael-Yes. Don't you think our numbers and alphabet and of Junior Hlgli, and i .
you had better fix up the room arrangements Howard West, our trumpet boy. completed the book of Baby Ray. year slipped quickly by.
for the rest of the gang Shows that playing Is a Joy. It was 1929 before we hud another Now we were ccit.nn a
that are coming In on the plane? To his surprise the neighbors lay such gathering but to our limbed Unit lofty pedestal ,it "
Jimmie-I've already fixed all They wish that he would play croquet. good luck we found that we had school only to learn that out HJKT > .

that (Commotion outside attractshis Jeannette and Edwina will always come through; new members added to our cliunmen called u, HATx
attention. Jimmie and Rachael They have loads of pals In whatever they do. class. These answered to the namesof Other rats entrapped it thiv -,
ford run to the door.) I'll bet they're They're both quite jolly and just gobs of fun Billy Walton and Allen Pope. 'I were Carlton Sweet and Kubuunders. .
open here now. And they're sure to succeed when schooling is done Here under the supervision of Initiation lulkmed. in
Jt In Rachael-It sure Is. (Enter Mof- Mrs Dunn and Miss Jackson we I each of us having to dn" .i- MM,
WIN fett in pilots uniform Pierce In Harold and Ross love outdoor work added much to our foundation of I me or Mickey Mouse The \r i
Like hunting and fishing, but they won't shlik.
Guard uniform Jan and the three 1 cleared the
Coast R's. as year went m ut
It give them lumber and plenty of tools
Harold Radford. Rachael and Jim- you When (Continued on Twelve
we entered the third grade Page i
They will make the best furniture you'll find In schools.
mills rme greet all of them.) we took In a new principal, Mr.I .........."....."....................,..." ."..,......" ...
voceace. Moffett-Hi, my fran'i. Carlton Sweet Is a lively sport- L. B. Sommers, two new teachers WHO'S WHO
Jimmie Jane what doIng He gets all over the tennis court. Miss Eula and Miss
.) are you But Jimmie Schallern Is the other ) Ray Stella ........"......-.................-....NM,. .,.-
now? I hope you're marriedby way- j Hooks and two new pupils who 1 1I
'mute this time He'd rather go fishing any day. (became anything but strangers I Most popular gill Mary Glace

lello.' Jane-I'm not married but I am Mildred and Margaret the class twins 1 lElwin Cooper end Mary Frances'' English.
you engaged to Phil Phoney, the mil- With Goaldia. Elizabeth and Biidu make the class "quints," AithurLittle. MoM popular boyClinton Bi" "nnji.
lionaire playboy from New York. Add Phyllis Bell and you have a sextet had we realized what was' Prettiest gill, -Nina Dyal
ath- Rachael That's swell, Jane. A combination, you can bet. In store for us because here we Best looking boy. Hems, DIMIMIM.
Harry how do you like your Coast had examinations facing us both I Jolliest gill-Jeanneltc' rumpbrll
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Guard work? Harry Pierce our sailor lad, { :"MsT" at mid-term and the closing of Jolliest boy Howard \Vest
, en- fine. I've had Say the sea isn't so bad. school.
Harry-Just Just | Most studious girl Mary On ice
An ADMIRAL he's to be
rouptal ; word that my promotion will be going In the fourth year we u English.
Who doesn't have to see the tea. I
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effective following this leave of one new teacher Miss Fry Most studious boy- Allen Pop
evue absence. My lieutenancy just went Oscar and William, two farmer lads new members Kathryn! Neatest girl-Nina Dyal
" in "' through: I i'JimmieCongratulations. At growing tomatoes, are not at all bad. Marsh Virgil Bailey and Billy' Neatest boy-Heibril' Booth

your i Many While Herbert, Eugene and Billy Walton too Moffett. With the help of Miss: Must athletic girl.-Elizabeth IUIMcwt
happy returns of the day. (Enter Are known as "Jukers" the whole school through. Hooks we carried on as good athletic boy- -Clinton Hu 'opMittt

iter- Effie May, Carlton Sweet and We've had every reason to go forward togetherFor tle soldiers should until we / dignified gill Effie \1.,..
ex. Harold Radford.) when we have Hindman it's always fair weather. through tests and ht// Waters
rdhvru Moffett-Here are three more of And when we were dull and lagged in our classes and reached the sunny summer Most dignified' boy-Allen Pop
lint passengers. We had Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Bleier to cheer lads and lasses cations. Cutest girl-Nina Dyal
,lion! Ractuel-If it Isn't our television The fifth grade was partly Cutest boy-Billy Moffett.
011I. '- star,'Effie Mae Waters. How The Senior Class of Ninteen-forty ,preparation for our Junior high 1 Most Industrious girl Mary
ton't "' err you, Effie? Will go forth without a worry- 'years Here Mrs Wynn and Mrs Frances Arthur.
ithertork Effle Mae-Just Rachael.She How we'll do it, will be our test Walker extended
fine helping Most Industrious boy Henry Dod
resolved best
But we're to do our hand'i
( greet Jimmie.) I and smiling countenances to slim

t eel' i. ,Junmieo-Yeah,. and look who, .."'.'''''_..."...._....''''..__'''''....".."..,...."..._"..,..'''...._."'....... ?_.,...,..." this time we added Rachael Coss- Wittiest gill-Maiy Fiances Arthur -
else Is here-our old schoolmate I maD Harry Pierce, Howard West! .

the. who.. is now playing the first, Will of H. II. S. Class of 1941By and Nina Dyal; this swelled our Wittiest boy-Howard West
'. 1'" trumpet'with the New York Phil-: number to a total of twenty-five. 'Quietest girl-Goaldia Crennrll.

, v.iron,. karmonjc Symphony Orchestra. MART GRACE ENGLISH and EDWARD: KIRBY j Mrs. Neva King Cooper made the Quietest boy-Harold Riidfortl

Rachael Carlton, we certainly ,.... .., I INNNMNNMNNINNNNN.NMNM.MwwM.wNNMIN third of our fifth grade teachuis Best girl musician Mary Grace
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.sBy-kiss'wiult ire proud of you. :: =:; : ; : ;; For the first time we had differ. Engllhh.
Carlton-Thanks I lot. We the Senior Class of Home- steps-I.I.I ent teachers for different subjects Bert boy musician---Howard West
Moffett-:And-let me present stead High School of the City of I Seniors, to Fred In the sixth grade some of us Best all-round girl-Mary France
our classmate who has Just been Homestead County of Dade Com- Third: The Individual members were blessed by being placed In Arthur.
This : ,tfawarded the American Furniture monwealth of Florida United of the Senior Class leave the following Mrs. Cooper's home room, while Best all round boyClinton Bishop
ring Manufacturers Association award States of America, being of feeble to the student body: others were fortunate to remain and Howard West

udia .>' tot the fine quality of his crafts mind and memory and broken I'I We, Mary Frances Arthur, Edwina with Mrs Wynn We continued to Girl most likely to succeedMary
eke manship In Florida native mahog down spirit, do make publish and I Close and Rachael Gossman, have Mrs. Walker and Mn. Byrd 1 las Frances Arthur and Mary Grace
said any Harold Radford. Step forwardand declare this our first last and only leave our love and admiration fort! special teachers. After nine English.

helpto take a bow Harold. stab at a will and testament, in Mr. Macey to anyone who wants it.I I months of work and play we once Boy most likely to succeed-Henry
I ,
Harold Thanks, Billy, (all clap) manner and form as follow: We, louise Barnes and Effie I more found that it was time for ', Dodson.
and thank you all. First: We the Senior Class of I
Mae Waters, leave our ability to
hlL Moffett-Hey where are Mildred I Homestead High School leave our act to the cast of the 1941 senior! girls. May he enjoy it as much as get the mold to Forest Bell.
and Louise? (Looks around. Mil- honored places in assembly and all lihave. ,1 1 o'
r" dred enters as he Is speaking) I the privileges and rights we hopedto play.We I I, Jimmy Schallern leave my
bug Mildred-Did I hear my name i have to the oncoming Seniors. Phyllis Bell Elizabeth Hall I, William Viirlon.' leave my position as Senior Class comedian'
mentioned? and Mildred and Margaret Field/ grace in dancrng1 'LlttJe" Lester to Sheridan Mi'lerI .
need It
Good luck-you'll
I leave our ability to date every Archer.I. I I We. William unit
usl- Moffett-Yes, I Was Just about Second: I, Howard West at j
'sol to say that you had a long trek i president of the Senior Class, leave I night to Charlotte Geronimo. I Harry Pierce. leave my power ,Thomas Varnadoe 11'1to' Frank
*, from California. my gavel the symbol of my We Jeannette Campbell and to grow a moustache within four (lHagler Rice Jr and Sorry Rive
IW- Mildred-it didn't seem so far. I thority with which I have Kathryn Marsh leave our reserved years to Edwin Booth.I our fine standing In agriculture.
own Listen, everybody. Louise has Just aU-I table at the Country Club to Allen Pope, do hereby leave Long live agricultureI
I, SO been telling me that the Macmillan Frances Lamb and Wave Horton.I .! my acting ability to Red "Jonsey" Edward Kirby leave my obI!

Company: 1 II going to publish her I for her, I was looking I Claudia Conner. leave my, Dodson. ity to disagree with all the teach
ght.J new book and besides, what do some of her old school souvenir, ability to get a ring on my left I, Billy Moffett, leave my reignas ers to Warren Robinson.
' :: you think she has brought along? 1 and guess what I found? hand fourth finger to Merle Jen-j I "Playboy of Homestead" to I, Jack Sullivan I leave my ability
IJI Rachael-What? Nina_What? kins. I Charlie Connor. to stick with the tame girl for
this Mildred-The class history! Claudia-The class will. i Grace! I, Clinton Bishop leave my abil- two years to Red Camber.
We Nina Dyal and Mary
,,18L Jimmie-.Good! Let's have It tonight -I' Margaret-Fine. Let' hear it. English, leave this warning to sillgirls ity to Jitterbug to James Sullivan. The Senior Class hereby leave
at the reception. Mary Frances-Well, here goes. with basketballboyswhen ] I, Herbert Booth, as the well- love and kisses to Mr. Mae for an
Rachael-Yes. that's a good idea. 1 (She reads the class will.) -never go )dressed gentleman of the Senior favors that he has so willingly don
Mr. Bleier is looking
up-- (To Jimmie) Jimmie how about Billy Moffett Louise 1 has ) Class, leave my neatness tq Q. for us.The.
bit, taking these people's bags up- brought the class history. Readit I, Jane Uatbn, leave my ability! Lowe. Seniors further leave their
ette stairs. I know they are anxiousto Louise. (Louise reads the class to fall in love Once a week .to .DorIO I, Henry Dodson. leave my sunny many thanks to our sponsor, Mrs.
, be- get ready for. tonight ilstory.) othy Kyle. | disposition to D. L; 'Mowed., Bleier, our homeroom teacher Mr.
' Jimmie Okeh, Okeh. Come on Jane Mildred has the class i We GoaldlJl GrennelVand Birdies j t, Carlton Sweet, leav'f tf How. Scott, our principal Mr. Hindman,
7Ulace: everybody. I'll show you to your poem too. Read It Mildred. (Mil- Home leave bur good ',rad.1 In ard Kirby the art of :receiving and to the rest of the faculty
. rooms. (Curtain.) dred reads class poem.) home ec and 4-H work to Doris'Warr. notes from admirers of the opposite Revoking all former wills we do

'seep Billy Walton-I have somethingto sex More power to you. publish this to be our last will and
me! SCENE III add to these souvenir, too. Here I, Oscar Clonlnger leave my I. Virgil Bailey, leave my height testament In witness whereof we

intf (Everybody on stage except I. the, Who' Who of our school well-known pitching arm to Rich- to Robert Sykei. have hereunto put our hand this
palL Claudia and Mary Trance Enter class of 1940. (Reads the Who' ard Caves.I I, Eugene Saunders, leave my day and year of our Lord May 28,
up- Wary Frances and Claudia.) Who.) I Howard West leave my well- two guns to little one-gun Saun- 1940.
Nina Well, where have you Nina Seems as if we are having I beloved nick-name of "Curley" to'ders. THE SENIOR CLASS or 1940.
Claudia-I went by the hospitalto over again. Why not sing the old I. El win Cooper, leave to James attraction Ralph Delllnger Marlon D. Bleier
But"'F pick op Mary to be-sure that class song to make in perfect? (All Nesbltt my.system of going with!. I, Harold Radford leave my vllliaiMiu Ruth L. ScottB.
atr she got here. White 1 was waiting sing.) quite a .few .f the. high school charicUr and my failure to M. Hindman. ,



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I . Social Events in South Dade M .

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May 3 I-Meeting of art class In

-- at the home ; Chamber of Commerce at 9:30a. : I Mary Elizabeth Kyle will liege, She has been employed a*
A to friends Wit the miscellaneous shower r
surprise m. become the bride of Ernest Woodrow ( bookkeeper at Franklin's Grocery
of Mil Mable of Mrs. W. B. Mills yesterday with !
Wlllinmi marriage on Monday art teacher of Mrs. J. G. Wynn and Mrs. Mills ashostesses. May 31 Meeting of Redland I Sherard In a very simple j Mr. Sherard a son of Mrs. Quiiv-. IiT
popular Home Demonstration Club. ceremony Saturday evening at 8 nie Sherard of Homestead hat

the Homestead schools to William her favorite I June 2-Baccalaurate sermon of o'clock I the Homestead Metho- spent most of his life in Homestead 'ofy
Gee of Miami. Each guest
Ulric In the bride's book. Gifts I Homestead High School at 5 p. m. dist Church. The Rev. J J. Richards coming here from Gaines
The ceremony was performed In to the honor guestin June 2-Baccalaurate sermon of will perform the ceremony ville. He Is a graduate of Homestead 4.o

the Lee County court house In were presented pulled by Brian I Redland High School at 11 a. m. before an altar of Easter lilies and High School and Is employed .oH

Fort Myeri by Judge Wilson Ward. s red wagon *rMr*. Wynn. I June Meeting of Junior Wo- white asters. Only Immediate by Standard Oil Company.Mr. .
Wynn grsnd The bride wore a pink ensemble decorated with man's Club at clubhouse at 8 p. m. friends and relatives will attend. and Mrs. Sherard will make .
The house area>
with rose beige accessories June Meeting of Circle Five their home In Homestead.
cut flowers. Hrhrle ice cream and The bride will wear a rose crepe
The bride if the daughter of cake were secited. of W. M. U. street length dress made princess ..

Mr. and Mri. J. A. William of Those Invited-were: Mrs. Virginia June Meeting of W. M. U. style with three-quarter length JENNIE LOBDELL CIRCLETO N

Alva Flj. She It a graduate of Ed wards.!Mrs. W. R. Bifid. circles. sleeves edged in white as will be SPONSOR LUNCHEONS M

Alva High School and Florida Mrs. W. M. Fifleld Mrs. Haay June Meeting of HomesteadB. the high nevkllnev The skirt will A series of benefit luncheonswill I

State College for Women. For the Cooper Mrs. H. G. Thurman Mrs. P. W. C. begin to flare from the fitted waistline be sponsored by the Jennie C.o.

past four yean she has taught Bowling G. Dye, Mrs. B. M. Hind- ; June Graduation exercises of Her accessories will be white Lobdell Circle ot the W. M. S. of 0M C.r.

art In the Homestead schools. man. Mrs. Ruth L. Scott, Mrs. R. J. Homestead High School. and her corsage will be of gardenias the Homestead Methodist Church
Prior to thut time she In June 4-Commencement danceIn s
taught .
Hester Mrs. C. Hagler Rice Mrs. It was decided at a meeting Tuesday -
the Lee schools for four Homestead Country Club sponsored t-
County Geo. N. Walcefleld Mrs. J. R. Miss Dorothy Kyle sister of the evening at the home of Mrs.
Phi Delta Soror- S
by Kappa
years. Rutland Mrs. Thomas Murphy bride will be maid of honor. She Joel J. Robinson. '

Mr. Gee Is the son of 0. E. Gee Mri. E. B. Blackburn Mrs. Lonnie ity.June will wear an aquamarine dress The first luncheon ot the series .r..

of Dolph Ind. He was graduatedfrom L. Hood Mrs Lawrence Becker Graduation exercises of with white accessories and a gardenia will be given June 12 at the homeof

tht University of Florida !Mri. T. J. Bleler Mrs. E. H. Gal- Redland High School. corsage.R. Mrs. Carl Anderson with Mrs. a

where he was active in sports I laher Mrs. Ivan Moser Mrs. June General meeting of W. E. Sherard brother of the Paul Reynolds and Mrs. R. J. Elliott : f;
: M. U. at 3 p. m. 1'1
especially In football. He is Frank Mcllwaln Mrs S. A. King as joint hostesses with Mrs.
bridegroom will be best man.
June Meeting of Presbyterian 1
gaged In the real estate Mrs. Harry Deaty Mrs. Howard I Andersun. The guests may bring. 1fo
in !Mluml. Auxiliary with Mrs. J. M. Hol- Among those Invited to attend ,
buslnt's'l Johnson Mrs. Frank Hausman sewing or may leave Immediatelyafter fotJ
I ferty. the wedding are: Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Gee will Mri. Frank Webb, Mrs. L. B. Som- lunch. The proceeds will be tJfo'
June 7 Meeting of Episcopal Frank Bernecker Mr. and Mrs. C.
Miami mers of Miami and Mrs Augustus used for the circle's pledge fund. fo'E
: I I Auxiliary with Mrs. Ruth L. Scott. W. Sweet Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mrs. Gee was honored with aMISS Wynn The second luncheon will be givenIn
June 10-Meeting of general W. Biant of Miami Mr. and Mrs. lot
July and the third In August.!
M. U. C. G. Fussell of Miami Mr. and I M
HELEN WEST Misses Wan Ita. Wilma Wanda Each member of the circle will
man, I June 11 Business meeting of Mrs. Herbert Turner Mr. and Mrs.
HONORED: AT SHOWER I and Wlletta Thompson. Charles Homestead Woman's Club Carl Anderson Mrs. R. E. Sherard donate one pair of pillow cases for ..
the hospital fund. The entire society -
Miss Helen West was honored Gossman Mildred Ruth and I June 11-Business meeting of Mri. Quintile! Sherard Mrs. Quincy L
will furnish all the
with a miscellaneous shower yes-I Philip Reams Betty Doris and Woman's Club tit Homestead. Myers, Miss Lucille West, Miss pillowcases .'
for the
terday afternoon given at the home Keith Thompson and Calvin I June 12 -Meeting of Legion \Nella Sauls, Miss Lucille Drlggers J!
i circle will provide a "whiteelephant"
uf Mrs. G. A. West by Mrs Leon Hobba Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Auxiliary In Legion hall. Miss Annette Brant, Carlton ,
Burnett Miss Lucille West and Gossman of Miami attended the I June 24 Meeting of Jennie Sweet, Jack Brant and Geo. Sher- grab bag for a pot luck,
dinner of the Wesley FellowshipClass
Mrs West. Miss West will be married dinner on Sunday. Lobdell Circle with Mrs. Jason ard of Gainesville. a'C
on Frlady night. The members
to Robert Murrah of Miamion I Avery. Immediately following the cere- will bring their articles to a'n
June 16 at the home of her SIPPER AND BRIDGE PARTY June 24-Meeting of Gleaners' mony the couple will leave on a ,
I Mrs. A. M. Logan.
parents Mr. and Mrs. S. L. West. GIVEN AT NICHOLS HOME Class of First Baptist Church. honeymoon trip throughout the I
I Those present at the meeting
The afternoon was spent In Mi1 and Mrs. H. C. Nichols and state I were: Mrs. Lloyd field, Mrs. Jason)

games and contests. The gifts were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Steffanl) entertained lard, Miss Louise Pacettl Mm Mrs. Sherard Is the daughter of j Avery Mrs. Geo Barnes, Mrs. 11a,

presented to the bride-elect by a with a buffet supper and Ginger Rogers of South Miami, Mrs. Mary Kyle of Clearwater and Bruce Ennls Mrs. Anderson Mrs. sR

grocery boy in an ordinary box bridge party at the Nichols home .Miss Mosely Sever Fred Borgardt niece of Mr. and Mr. C. W. Logan, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Elliott Z
used to deliver groceries. Each evening.. 'Lynn Warren Sidney Kendrick Sweet of Homestead with whom
Monday Miss Jennie Lobdell and the hostess -
guest wrote her favorite recipe Winners In bridge were: Mrs. B. Earl Rohrer, R. Richardson o( she has made her home for several 1II

for the bride. M. Hindman and E. B. Blackburn South Miami, Fred Chapman and I years. She is a graduate of lo'E

Those invited were: Mrs Fred high score; Mrs. Thomas Murphy, .Mr. Vann. Homestead High School and has A

Pennlngton Mrs. J. R. Dorscy, Mrs. low score; Mrs. Geo. M. Frick, cut. attended Homestead Business Col- READ THE WANT-ADS

Ed Watkins, Mrs. Robert Cassube Lonnie 1. Hood was high score !MRS. A. F. ARTHUR GIVES R

Mrs. W. T. McConnell. Mrs. K. L. prize winner In Chinese checkers. PARTY FOR MOTHER 'I I TH' DRU'STO.. "' '1'r '

Lawrence Mrs. R. E. Edwards Guests were: Dr. and Mrs. A M. I Mrs. A. F. Arthur entertainedwith Man III

Mrs. Ceo. M. Frlck Mr*. T. T. Logan Mr. and Mrs. Russell Horne, a luncheon and bridge party hI.

Bowen Mrs. F. D. Mock Mrs, ,Mr. and Mn. Paul Reynolds Mr. Wednesday in honor of her mother U

Byrd Hardy Mrs. Dexter Home, and Mrs. Frank Webb Mr. and 'Mrs. W. T. Atkins of Lewes, Del., THE DIXIE DRUGJACK h

Mrs. Gordon Ivey Mrs. E. H. Collier Mrs. A. W. Hutchlnson. Mr. and at the. Arthur home on Avocado II b

Mrs. S. L. West, Mri. Frank Mr. Hindman Mr. and Mrs. Frlck 'drive. FOLK-HOWARD JOHNSON

Mcllwaln Mrs. Vera Summerhn Mr. and Mrs. Hood Mrs. Geo. N. I High score prize winners inbridge .
Phones SO and 8101lIomf.tr.. Fla.
Mrs. M. D. Jacobsen Mrs. A. D. Wakefield. Mrs. N. P. Thompson were Mrs Julian H. Webster

Smith Mrs. E. A. Smith Mri, and Mrs. Murphy. first; Mrs. Howard Johnson

Wayne Adams, Mini Hazel Pen- second; and Mrs. J. R. Brooks, .2Slp.Ik 36 Rex,II JOSH Afj/tft/'aj B

nlngton Miss Virginia Oorsey,, LEGION AUXILIARY third. MILKt'AUOltSIA
Miss Shirley Hill Miss Maude Can- TO MEET JUNE 18 Those present were: Mrs. C. J. Chocolates

ady Miss Elizabeth Mcllwam Mill The Legion Auxiliary of the John Parman, Mrs. W. E. Rheney Mrs. TABLETS Forty-Jr de- N eat

Elizabeth Horne and Miss Ellen, G. Salley Post Homestead will not A. A. Payne Mrs. H. P. McDaniel, J Bur to take. Udooily fresh

Vann. hold a meeting on Wednesday Mrs. Ceo. M. Frick. Mrs. Paul /,>* quid, _sat distinct I .lI .ln

t --- June 9, to that members may at- Haley, Mrs. Frank Hausman, Mrs to type. choc t.t. "16. .l

FAMILY REUNION: HELD tend the graduation exercises at T. J. Faust, Mrs. Webster, Mrs.

AT GOS8MAN HOME Redland High School. Johnson, Mrs. Brooks Mrs. Atkini
and Mrs. Arthur. Take Home a Quart of
A family reunion was held at i A meeting will be held on June

the home of Mr. and Mri. C. A 12 at 8 p. m. In the Legion hall.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pollard en- Our Own ICE CREAM
Goisman in Redland over the
MRS. HUBER1'ANN GIVEN tertained a group of their friends
week-end In honor of their
son: SURPRISE OR ANNIVERSARY with a fish fry on the lawn of ."
Walter a chief machinist's mata" Made in Our Store
In the navy who arrived Friday, Mrs. Hulx'fl Vann of South their home Tuesday evening. "

with his wife for his second visa!. Miami was httdCrd. on her birth Before Your !
to his parents' home since he: day anniversary with a surprise Right Eyes I
Saturday "e home of her
joined the navy 20 year ago.
A fish fry was held at the' Cow.. mother, Mn. Blanche Chapman In
man home on Saturday evening, Florida City.Various 8 z.sht 6Uuuj Is,gs sty eKth Kl1

and a large dinner was served oc: games and dancing were : GLASS CLEANER
the lawn Sunday enjoyed during the evening. Sandwiches 45'lwiAftluml
and punch were served.
and Mrs. Walter Gossmar, JI"'dwlDo
Mr. "
Guest were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl / .
returned to their horn la Nor. Schumacher of South Miami Mr. does ma a"F A.2 C I

folk.' Va, Monday. Mr. Coasmai, and Mrs. Fred Barker Mia Jane e87cisat wy .
will )save Sot California,
noon Oatlln, Misses Jeannette and Annette
where he Ie.ataliCJl1 Campbell Mill Kathleen I I :

TheM who attended the fish frj' -------------------- -- -

.and dinner were: .Mr. and Mrs: Freeman Miss Edna Miss Forte,Lola MUs'NIna Carpenter BuiJDR.R.S.AKERS- Plenty of Curls! : TREE SAMPLE COUPON,
Jesse Cosaman Mr. and Mr P ,
You; can "do thing. ." with Mag this Result gas"
D. lUams, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton I "" '"" ,'"" " ". "'"'" .' 0
hair after,it has been given a I. M ew Mm and get e
Mr. and Mr. Robert I SV "lItr'S
Shelton Permanent Wave. It's rJ, trial ample el BisssnKM .
Lane. Mrs. Lydia Cowman. Me to at M chargeJr' : r
easy looks
bMtftletartd lovely I
and Mrs. Walter Thompson MrGriraslcy .: it all tamest We! recommend s ACID INDIGESTION 1MAf1..... ............... .
of Norfolk mother ol : ;
Mrs. Walter' Coalman Misses ; Shelton TkennlqM Cra.aln..Ie = Acl bun
Eloise, Norma and Rachael GOIaDr. I I.Office Horn: < a. an. U S p. an.: Waves gi few action antacid powder .

I Sundays: t U It ; Lnri Sku>_.TtMB-MwlMll CM- I Bluu-Rti. .
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lor; Mr and Mrs Chan. i. Wiuom
!'of Miami, grandparent of the Frank Stillman Mr. ;and Mm J. ALL
,I ,T. Kelly. Mn E. J. Norman. Mr<. OFFICERSOF
baby; Mr. and Mrs A, L. Baucamof Cina Stewart Mm Fred KuMdt,"
: [ Social Events ] Miami Mr. and Mrs A. F. Mn Carrie MeCullough Mrs. Tho CE31ETARYGROUP
Arthur Mr. and Mn Cramling I Brewer, Mn Anna Mesaenmith
Mrs. W. S. Cramling of MiamI Mr*. M M. Moore, Mn M. A. Ramsey -
Mn William Sounder of MiamI I Mrs. Tisdale Miss Helen Nor- RENAMEDAll
I Mrs W A. Arey of Miami, Mrs. W. man, Mia Margaret Stillman. Betty
BEDLAND DISTRICT VERSE WRITERS GUESTSAT T. Atkins, Mr Krone and Mr. and'Stillman, Jean Moore, Willard
Mrs. Brooks Norman. Junior and Ralph Mc- officer of the South Did
WOMAN'S CLUB POETRY WEEK MEETING Culknigh and L. G Ruggle. Cemetery association were re-
MRS. GEO. W. TURNER: SR, elected at the meeting held at the
Verse writer of the Redland community held in the clubhouse
I CELEBRATES: I7TH TEAR RUMMAGE: SAL CLEARS: 1.31 clubhouse of the Woman Club>> ofHomestead
District were honored at a meeting These social affair would be spon
Mn. Gen W.
Turner. Sr, wa FOB PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN recently
of the Woman' Club of sored by the Senior and Junior
honored on her (7th birthday anniversary The Woman's Auxiliary: of the The officer are: president, C
Homestead held In the clubhouse Woman Clubs.
with a party at her home Homestead Presbyterian Church i Caves. vk-preidart. A. R.
Tuesday in observance of Poetry Mrs. a B. Beattie, Mn R. O
, Cll\WedneadJlyewnln&. announced at a meeting May 13 at Yiapton. secretary' and treasurer
Week. : Shore. Mrs. Homer Davis, Mrs. 101.... Turner wa presented the home of Mr* A. F Arthur Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe; directors
j Mrs Harry D. Wolfe, chairman J. A. Medera. Mrs. Luella Kavney with a large birthday cake decor that $32 was cleared on the rummage Mrs. Stella Harper Mr*. flora
. of the program committee, preicnted and Mn Thora Haas were taken ated with 17 candle. The cake sale bat month. The tale Myen, Mn Ida Elenenbergw,
Mrs Mary Terrell Dickinson Into t"club a* new member was served with Ice cream. was held In Could Curtis Lee and Wilson B. Caih
who presided Mn Foulk the president, announced Guests from Homestead were: Mn C. Ben Plummet had chargeof Attention was called to the following
, Local composer on the program that the last business Mr and Mn Goo W. Turner Mr. the Bible study course articles of the association:
i who read some of their own works meeting of the season will be and Mn Herbert Turner Mr. and Mn J. M. Holferty' will be hoates All adults owning lot. or burial
. were: Mr*. Herman Helnlein. held on June 11. Mn Chas. G. Turner MIN Jewell to the circle on'June 6. spaces, are considered life member -
"When the Sky Goes Down" "I Turner Mu Estelle Turner Mm Those present were-:, Mn Carl of the association.
I Believe" and "Sea Mist"; Mr*. MR AND MIS WEBSTER Helen Bixler and Mir Inei Odum. r. Robinson Mr*. R'Y. Burr Mn "It is hereby provided In all
Ceo E. Reed, Easter," "The Gift GIVE SIFTER AND BRIDGEMr Miami guest were: Mr. and Mn Frank Hathaway, Mn Paul Haley cane where payment on the purchase .
of Memory" and "Dade County"; and Mn Julian H Webster W. P. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle Mn Van price are in default for a
I Mrt Robert Anderson, "WoodlandSong' entertained the Thursday Night Turner Miss Lois Turner Miss Gelderen Mrs. R. C. Jackson, Mrs period of over 12 month. that after
and ''Hi* Letter (Then and: Bridge Club with a supper and Berdis Lainge, Robert Turner and T L. Hodges, Mn J. A. Ricks. Mrs. due notice of 30 days In writing e
i Now)"; Mrs. T, D. Piche 'Fair bridge party at their home on Fri- Barney Turner. W. G. Degleman. Mrs. Nettie Wall, from the secretary such lot or lots,
State" and "How Little I Know";:.day evening A Dutch supper was Mrs. W. T. Atkin. Mrs. C. L.Ooley will revert to the association and
I Mrs A Holli Stees, "An Ode" and ,I served in the yard DORCAS CLASS DONATESTO Mrs E. J. Norman Mn E. be subject to resale without recourse -
, "The Clock"; Mr. Catherine Pick-1 Mrs Bevo Webb and T. J. Faust CHILDREN HOSPITALThe J. Norman, Jr., Mrs Gordon E. Further provided, that
ard, "If I Had Wings" and "The: were high score prize winners In Dorms Class of the First Dill, Mrt J. W Irwin, Mn Oeo' where the address of the owner
Skylark', .r.. Thorn Haaa, 'Remembrance 1 bridge Baptist Church of Homestead M. Trick, Mrs. Cora Robuwvn, Mrs la unknown, due and legal noticeof
'To Our Sons," Those who attended were: Mr. voted at its meeting May 23 at Hulferty, Mrs, Plummer and Mn, the above action may be made
Charity," and Song of the Key*";J I and Mrs. Frank Webb Mr. and the home of Mrs. E. H. Collier, to Arthur. In the local press.
Mrs. J. E:. Gauzeni, 'Procrastina Mrs. W R. Bird, Mr. and Mrs. W. donate $2 to the crippled children "Flan mint be submitted to the
tion" and 'Nature Children"; I II E. Rheney Mr. and Mr. Geo. N hospital fund. Mr. W B. Caves ANDERSON FAMILY HOLDS executive committee prior to till
I Mr Dickinson "One Thing Is 1 1Endurln. Waketield Mr. and >Mrs.> Howard conducted the devotionals. PICNIC AT PARK construction of any mausoleum
." and "For Mothers" Johnson, Mr. and Mr. Faust, Mr.: The next meeting will be held Mrs. John Anderson entertainedthe and approved by the body Mausoleums -
Mn Reed read a poem Things," and Mr*. Bevo Webb Mrs N. P. at the home of Mn T. E. Kirby members of the Anderson family shall not be constructed on
written by Mrs L. L Bow. Thompson Mrs. H. P, McDanlel on June 28.REDL1D. with a picnic dinner In the' tea than a 20x20 lot.
Mr*. Wm. Musselwhite sang and Mr. and Mrs Webster. I Homestead municipal park Tues- "The planting of palms, or other
"Trees' and "My Laddie. Mrs. T. LADIES' AID day evening tree. on Individual burial spaces
L. Hodges sang Roses of Picardy"and MR. AND! MRS. J. R. BROOKS' I HAS BENEFIT SUPPER Those attending were: Mr and or lots is prohibited and owner
"Mother Machree" Mrs J. D. SON CHRISTENED SUNDAY I II The Ladies Aid of the Redland Mrs Robert Anderson, Mr. and so violating this provision will be
Redd and Mr. H. K. Foulk were I Neal Palmer Brook. Infant son Community Church gave .benefit Mn Russell Anderson Mr. and required to remove. same at their
accompanists. I I of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks was 'supper in the clubhouse of the Mrs. Joe Thurman, Mary Carol own expense.Beautification of lot
Mn J. F. Hammett Mr. Emmett christened In the Homestead Woman Club of the Redlands Thurman Joy and Hope Aihby private
shall be confined to shrubs and
Crowson and Mrs H. Ruegg, the 1 Presbyterian Church Sunday by the Wednesday evening After supper, Gloria and Bobble Anderson, Q. ,
ornamental bushes that will not be
hostesses, served orange juice and I,Rev Ceo H Ricks Mrs, W Sanders -1]I a social hour woo held. Lowe and Mrs. John Anderson obstructive or detrimental to adjoining .
cookies. I Ciamling of Miami was godmother |I Those who attended were: the
and must
Others present beside those and Edward L Krone of Rev and Mr. C. O Nelson the Circle Five of the W. M. U. of property, same
mentioned were: Mrs R. R. Kin- I New York god-father II I Rev and Mn Geo. E. Deuel Mr. the First Baptist Church of Homestead be kept." in proper trim at all
ard, Mrs. R. T. Elliott, Mn H. B I Following the service Mr. and and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong Mr. and will hold a meeting Mon- time.
Beattie Mr*. J. A. Medera, MnTeke Mrs. Brooks entertained at dinner Mrs. Geo. W. Turner, Mr. and Mn day at 3.30 at the home of Mrs.
Martin, Mr. Ceo E. Deuel. [at their home. Covert were laid I[E. J. Norman Jr., Mr. and Mn I C. H. Denby. READ THE WANT-ADS
MM J, R. Brooks, Mr. Joel J. --- ---- -
Robinson Mr. Henry Johnson
Mrs. W, R. Anderson, Mrs A. F.
Arthur and Mr*. Ceo W. Harris.
A.'committed composed of Mrs.R. .
.J Elliott, Mrs R. R. Kinard
'ands, Mrs .W, R. Anderson were .
apP fntad. at* ahort business meet.IngtollowinE'the -
!i program to see
if (A'rangemenU could be made to
tacludmg .'mI
ha\ > done?* and other social affair \ h ...e.., II MH.r Mau- Simplest III" tn".iell""oe IlnttsesssMiOsl iasdeH
i for:Jjie young people of the I cued built..nave maktngmecbant"need. double"y"QarrhaMTnatwith:: aecnon for ,I'roC""' ''.....

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I. r. and Mrs. C. D. Eaker hadas
dinner guest Sunday Mr and
Mrr L 'B. FIlms, Mrs. Mildred
Brawn, Mia, Elizabeth Eaker, !
Mlts Dorothy prawn and Miss FtfJ'e
.Margie Rhlnehart all of Fort LauclerdaJe /tJ r4
)Jr. and Mrs C L NeIll]
and. Paul Neil of Florida Cityalsj

were e present. ; t 11 I Iii /CD/Jf( 1AIf N'fPj.1

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Front row-left to right: Mollie Walker, Audrey Felton Corrlne Cash Mildred Craft Marie Borgardt Carolyn Campbell, Elida Sage and Dorothy Edwards; third row:
Shirley Davis, Betty Louise Harris, Suzy Leggett Valeria Campbell, Phyllis Jensen, Truman Milts Herman Byars George Grunwell, Lewis Little, Charles Behrens Bill t
l Kathleen Rosa and Anna Lou Johns; second row Naomi Horne, Irene Jackson Wanda Gautier, Carter Sayers, Richard Crawshaw and Cecil Parker. Other class member II
Thompson, Merle January, Elmeda Roberts, Kathleen Lloyd, Evelyn Chambers, rot In the picture are: LaNelle Rogers, Charles Burr, Clyde Chambers. Howard- Crouse- f
Gilbert Ogden and Robert Rivers,-Miami Daily News Photo. ,

my garden of cat tails. What type since graduation" most fictitious pose I've made of

DOCUMENTS ARE UNEARTHED:I will you have-Bob, Wild, or Kathleen Ross: "I'm sailing the her was when she was acting.
Tom' Hello, Lewis, How are you I ocean of matrimony. The water's Corrine, did you ever grow up?"
spending your life'" smooth even on roughest days and Corrlne Cash: :My position as
Lewis Little "Oh! I I've dropped my anchor to the a secretary has provided me witha
: spend
' mCH\ PROVE PENINSULA \WAS I evenings nlghtwatching" my I depth of the ocean. Irene have comfortable pillow in the boss'

I Anna Lou: "Nlghtwatching"' you made a name for yourself?" chair Howard'" how's the old valedictorian

I Lewis Little: "Yeah! I'm watch. Irene Jackson: "It's not a wide-
Ing for daybreak. Cecil how's known name, but my husband Howard Crouse: "I began practice
ONCE INHABITED BY HUMANS i everything with you'" owns a dairy and with the excessive at a doctor on people but I
milk, I'have a shop to give lost my patience and now I'm a
Cecil Porker "I've I
I just milk baths, Come over and I'll tree surgeon I hope to cure thetree
-- patent on perfecting a nickel- make you the 'cream of the crop'Wilma of Its bark."
Itt c-Nelle Boners and CommitteeA |dens teachers was forced to put onciian It's great! My new mod- you're a chemist, arl'n't'' Merle January: "I'm a dieticianat

A distovnv' 11.,. mst been n cardboard band around his elbowto ern sluglTmdian runs only on slugs you?" a dog kennel. It's very InterestIng -
Mildred is still the old
111 "it. which II ill likely! levolution-! keep him from uck1ng his Wilma Thompson: "If that's The dogs eat almost every-
beauty What are you doing to Vitamins A, B, C, and
thumb what call it but I thing except
i;I' this modem woild) of 4000 I the time '" you anyway
pass away
11 Sunk In the v.ist stietches of In their last years! nt Redlandthe Mildred Craft: "I'm a dress designer Invented a spray that produces D
Everglades; there hair been un- nt'members of their class I for the men I've just designed squirtlesi citrus fruit Elmeda, Carter Sayers: "Ive Invented a
Betty Lou Harris, Merle how ?" lawn mower that cuts grass at a
i' tithed documents und idence were are you
a snood to protect the men'lmustaches
which prove that the peninsula January, Howard Crouse, Mollie I Dorothy, did you ever Elmeda Roberts: "I'm teaching uniform length so that it doesn'trequiie
owe, called Florida was really Inhibited I Walker, Mildred Craft, Evelyn reach the height of your ambition' voice I spend most of my time mowing"Shirley
Davis "I'm teaching the
by human beings Chambers, Audrey Fulton, and ?" over in Europe teaching the Swiss
kids in kindergarten how to play
Lewis Little Meanwhile, severalof
reveal ? mountain-climbers how to yodel
These documents us I Dorothy Edwards: "I'm well blocks.
the antique habits of a group of their group had dropped out. pleased with my high position.I'm Charles, explain yourself."
people refolded as the Redland These creatures It seems, spent taking folks riding at the clr- Charles Burr: "I've Invented an LEANING ON THE OLD
Seniors of 1940, A, D Modern hist quite a bit of time at some odd ''cus, Someday perhaps I'll fly airplane that hasn't wings, and SCHOOL FENCE
,ii inns contend that this discovery 'sports For Instance, In their junior |people at the World's Fair. So'! now all I have to solve is how
\\ ill do more to enlighten and land senior years at Redlund they i Bill is a war commentator How's to keep it up In the sir. Betty Lou, Leaning on the old school fence
l infy the mystery surrounding performed unusual stunts on the (the war?" did you ever lose those habitual By the tall palm trees
stage These! they called plays and Thinking of the by-gone days
in creatures than any knowledge i Dill Gautler: "Right now, everyone tootaches'
I. ,tolle lopperettaa nnd they made a good I'{ Is moat concerned about the Betty Lou Harris"Yeahl: I lost And our swell school friendsOh
these strange beings seemed to deal of money by chaining admission arguments of the Kntzenjammer the toothache but It's been replaced we sighed and we
life and they were to them From the money they Cried as we said goodbyeTo
niioy very Kids nndRollIn And you'll be by something else. And, of
1""I" mlit citizens, but they did have :collected in their junior year they (,tickled to know that Tillie and ,course, you know don't you, that Greer's good pies
line old customs which unrtoubt- ';entertained the; seniors nt a banquet I Mac have broken the Ice and are I'm office nurse In a dentist's office And the team with the steam will

I \', ill -...,;,1! Inc pusent studentsi held at the Panconst Hotel :,now on speaking terms Suzy, let's Mollie are you still the little be lost
i silent history nnrt will lx In- !';They, in turn, were entertained In l'h about your career" I shy girl" Without their captain "dl' Bm'"
t, n ,,IIIIR to the woilrt it large, j their senior year nt the Columbus Suzy Leggett;: "Nursing was Mollie Walker: Well, that's one's Leaning on the old rock fence
for liv-timc Hotel with a magnificent b,>nquet By the tall palm trees
i lido Chambers i I boring! after nil the young doctors own personal opinion about my
v" known to blow wind throughi ', I feel that it ii utmeis.il amongus ,got married so now I'm matron at shyness, but for myself, I can say I Hoping luluin some day
i meal chords, miking n low, alt In the realization that this To our old school finds
a nursery for naughty: kids I'm that I'm a bugolcig: and spend I
vl/"rung noise vvl ,iii zing In those dtns\ For twelve In the firm prevention of a I:In the Shoe,' but frankly I I've worn how to jitterbug Ehdu no Another Interesting quality
,M us he indulged in this peculiar repented oecurance out the shoe. Have you seen you still swinging those Blues of these so-called humans was
",I ,time until nothing else was I The saying goes that "History Kathleen's latest picture, 'She Did Elida Sage: "Yes the compose? I I their larre generosity In giving -
1 hrird of him, so It was assumedthat 'repeats Itself," but may we all l Him Wrong''" of popular songs have crownedme away their peeularltles.
he had met un untimely end, I diligently pray that such a fate Kathleen Lloyd: "That isn't to the Queen of Blues. Before Let't once more turn our tele-
Paused by this hubit It was suspected I will never turn upon us be compared with the one I'm act- any hit songs are published, I vision machine on and look
that a certain teacher hud This class with all its peculiarities Ing In now Instead of just com- have the honor of swinging them Into the past.
b'l'n'lcl combat the evil. I rcvwttt" a swell bunch ol: off." "
also go what have you done of Interest WILL OF CLASS OF 1940
But first It might be best to go 'kids. 0111 Evelyn: Chambers: "I'm employed Robert Rivers"I'm: a radio announcer

back to the origin of this group .....u..........."....W..0r...,".....,.."..""""".......", as artist for the Princeton and now I can actuallytalk I By Suzy Leggett and Committee -
of strange people, so that we may farmers. I design and paint scare into the mike without being
trace the phases In their devel STATION H-E-L-L-O crows for their farms. Lydia what interrupted by my knees. Gilbert, i ii We, the Seniors of Redland High

opment. ..."".."".',.."..,,.......*i,7?"'"""""'''''''',""""'. are you'" my old pal, also Is connected with School of Dade County and Stateof
When this group first entered Lydia Vihlen: "I'm a laboratory the radio.i I Florida being of ;sound and
Reriland School they had among Hello there: Cuy and Gals. technician. I'm trying to discover Gilbert Ogden: "I'm relief announcer I disposing mind and memory do
them Phyllis Bell, Merle Borgardt This In Midget Chambers why red corpuscles aren't white and master of ceremonieson make, publish and declare this our
Carolyn Campbell Claudia Conner broadcasting directly to you and why white corpuscles aren't the station, WPA. Carolyn, last will and testament, hereby revoking -
Nina Dyal Marie Neil Naomi over the ether waves of station red. Charles, congratulations on tell the others of your hobby. I and annulling any and all
Home, Susie Jane Leggett Elmeda II-E-L-L-O. This program your advancement in English Carolyn Campbell: "When I'm will, or wills by us heretofore
Roberts Kathleen Ross, Lucille Is brought to you through Charles Behrens: "Thank you not busy with housework I'm sub ARTICLE: I
Sams Jean Bolton, Lydia Vihlen,, the courtesy of the great At last I have finally conquered stitute libarinn back home In ] To the faculty as a whole, and
Evelyn Underwood, Corrine Cash,, orange and black hamburger English. In fact, I'm on my vacation Princeton. Our most habitual visitor to Mr Wagner in particular, we
Rachael Cossman, Irene Jackson,, lounge. from teaching the 'Welchmen'on Is the bookworm Clyde, did leave our best wishes for rest and
LaNelle Rogers, Charles Behrens,, And now radio audience, how to speak English you excell in athletics?" peaceful night, until the next class
Charles Burr, Gilbert Ogden, Cecil through the facility of television Naomi Horne: "I'm assistant Clyde Chambers: "Most of the I starts demanding Its senior privileges -
Parker, Robert Rivers, Herman we will bring to you manager to a beauty salon on a year I coach little kids how to .
Byars Clyde Chambers, Georg the 'real life picture of some poultry farm.We beautify the play marbles, but when it isn't ARTICLE II
Grunwell, and Richard Craw 1940 graduates. The film were ugly ducklings: Into graceful swans marble season I have the pastimeof To Mr, Greer and Pop Dye we
thaw moot- the document found In Audrey,: 'flow'severything) with radio broadcasting. Valeria, leave the privilge of not pickingup I
Before entering Junior high the bidden chest In the Ever ?" : don't
yon why you say something our trash next year. We knowhe
school they were Joined by Phyllis glades. Switch on the television Audrey Fulton! "I'm Instructing Valeria Campbell: "Surely you've fully appreciates this blessing,_ j
Jensen Valerie Elsie Campbell, bojs the quintuplets on how to heard of my all-girl band and or ARTICLE III !
Bill Gautler, Shirley Davis, Wilma catch their man/\ LaNelle, what can chestra. Wt play semiannuallythe To Mrs. Greer, w* leave all the, I
Thompson, Kathleen Lloyd ElideSage CLASS PROPHECY you say for yourself beginning and end of school pie that we're sorry we can't eat '
; Dorothy Edwards and Anna LaNelle Rogers: "The Florida terms. Marie, are you still in the next year and out table with the
Lou Johns, Phyllis Jensen: "I'm decorating r Power and Light Company has picture business?" dirty dishes stacked on it.
f These" so-called students at an chicken houses and horse stable, employed me to be their home Marie Borgardt: "I was a studio ARTICLE IV '
early 'age teemed to be addictedto with sawdust. Anna Lou how'd I economist. My duty is to go from picture-snapper, but I tried my I. I, Mildred Craft, do bequeath "
habits of an odd mature. Asan you always look so flowery" home to home and show them how luck out Hollywood and, when I my ability to dance and keep
example, we found In these I Anna Lou: "Haven't you heard to be economical on electricity. met Kathleen, glamour star, she time with the music to Adolph
i record. that owe of Albert Og- I'm a florist and you should see, Kathleen, what have you done hired me ar a publicity agent. The (Continued on Page Eleven)

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,I I' REDLAND some Cay get to Hollywooo. Naomi -and Corrine are next

HIGH XXIX. I, Gilbert Ogden do bequeath Who do not love the class and text:

t I' my ability to handle "Blue But ever after school Is through i-l CLASSIFIED ADSRATE

Orchids" to Louis Price. May he They'll be the best sports that we I

never have to to court because knew.Handsome .
From go
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( of reckless : First insertion 104 a line; subsequent insertloi

lopes. May he some day get some driving. and tall Is Robert Riven 34 a lint

rhythm In his feet. XXX. I, Bill Gautler, do be. One look will give a gal the shivers,I I -r---

II. I, Betty Lou Harris, do be. queath my ability to sleep at any I But Robert spends his time with

queath my ability to go with Clyde time and get away with It to Don one I FOR RENTFOR A little knowledge of bookkecp-

Chambers and to equal his sin ald Hawkei. May he never snore And catches cupids on the run. i inC and typing helpful. Apply In

to Ila Jean Irwin. May she have In his sleep. RENT-Furnished apartment own handwriting Box A-127,
better luck than I had. XXXI. I. Lewis Little will my Kathleen Ross and Betty Lou ': by year; all electric Eva Collins care Leader-Enterprise.
freckles to R. B. Zenker May he Are kind, and sweet, and pretty,
III. t, Evelyn Chambers, do be. I Modello Federal Highway
queath my ability to eat and keep always have room for more. I too. I I and Biscayne Drive WANTED To contact someone
my figure to Colleen McVlcker I XXXII. I, Cecil Parker, do bequeath Betty is a "Toothsome" lass- who is willing to help with driving -

May she never lose hers. I my ability to let the teachers Kathleen never blonds could pass FOR RENT-Large, cool apartment for transportation to Ohio
I know the seniors' secrete to private bath; furnished Write Box A-128, care Leader
IV. I Audrey Fulton do be.
Our I
black hair to June Charles Thompson May the class Lydia Is a paragon; Ask at Western Union ( m3 Itf I Ii Enterprise. (m3l'
queath my
She's sweet and smart and full of
Vrana. May she never use dye. I never get disgusted with him. fun. ;i FOR RENT Furnished house TUTORING ,- high

V. I, Dorothy Edwards, do be. XXXIII. I, Clyde Chambers do The teachers' and the pupils' pet, modern conveniences, within 1 school and grade school subjects.

queath my olive complexion to bequeath my ability to be a ladies'man In "everfast" our love is set. mile Homestead $13 .1 month. Mrs. H J. Armstrong, A, B,

Dorothy Behrens. May she never 'I and never a hen-pecked : Brooks. InA" ( m24tf) Plummer drive and Country
have to get a sun tan. steady to Lloyd Cash. May he Evelyn Is kind and good, Club road

VI. I, Irene Jackson do bequeath i never get married. We wouldn't change her if we ;, FOR RENT Aj>*rt entJ. Sum. I

t my ability to get good con ARTICLE V could. t mer rates. B nJJ\V, Morris LEGAL NOTICES

duct grades to Richard Hickson. I To all our fellow hi-school I Her chubby cheeks, and smiling I registered realfftjftate broker,

May he never annoy Miss Sulli student will all face '
we bequeath the
YOUR HOUSE-turnisneo "PilI"TIO!! FOR
van I privileges we never got, the gum I j In Redland HI have found a place unfurnlshe4.Mt have TAX DEED:
I I or year Chapter. I74S7 Aci of till
VII. I, Shirley Davis do bequeath couldn't '
we chew the 0l1'adt".
Love "Schmidt" her, dimples, eyes i I 'round clients. Benjamin W. Kil. No. Al'SI
my ability to write where I we didn't want, the contract In I Notice .If hvrvby itlv n that M C Lt.,
and all, I Morris registered real estate holder of s,.,. and County Tn C.nif
I the teachers can read it to Edwin English we didn't get, the chemistry ,,,,,,
:JLaNelle so dignified and tall. broker N. Krome ave., next to KM No > ;i. III74. SII7I and toot too
Sage. May he never have to take classes we couldn't skip, the the sib' day of Julr. A U. l 1027 h.i 1114
t She fits in with our every aim, Baptist Church. (juietf) mme In. my .offfc. and h.. meal..pplk *
l' t penmanship In college. 'lines we couldn't break in the We vote her for hall of fame j Uon for. tel and. to b> "h.u"d ..........
VIII. I. Naomi Home do bequeath cafeteria due to Mr. Wagner's | our Said, <.."fI...*. rnibrnr* the fotlowliMrM .,
FOR SALt ... .. .
> rlb d .. In tin County ol Dada
my ability to skip school peeping the dirty desks we kept 'I Though Clyde gave all the teachers SUM ol rlnrldn. lawiltAarndrd.

to Lillian Andrews. May she never and the great athletes they tits FOR SALE Reasonable: three- j Lot II.' .III..k 8..... .Plot. Hialeah$....* Iwi

'. get caught. wouldn't let us be. And made them tear their hair to quarter bed; spring; double mattress il. In DMtliin II. Towtnblp II Soul,

IX. I, Mollie Walker. do be. CLASS OF 1940. bits ; utility cabinet; end table, II.Ross.... of 41 ruirnln r-i.t. In u Uw embraced County .In( Dad for,.

'. queath my quietness! to Merle MI- He was our star at basketball bridge lamp ice box; rug; etc tifw.l. No. SOIL Th somam"t ..funl

sell.. May she some day run down I He was admired by one and all. Mrs. W. C. Monroe, N. W. 8th st, Mw iMIMd proprrtr WM under la- th the Dome Mid w IVnlf( Ufl,
X. I, Lydia Vihlen, do bequeath i After hearing of their wonderful near gymnasium (m31)) .
generosity I vender if "tin" !!, Blork. I. HLomh tUllhtt
my ability to Invent Incredible excuses He was a phantom of delight A....-....... a It...., I>..> Book t.. ....
to Nathahne Griffin. May these strange beings re really We'll never let him from our sight, FOR SALE!:-Second hand regular <4, In seniors U. Township II "Mouth,
caught.XI. Intelligent. Let's mice snore I .nd Cecil always tried his best beaded ceiling out of old Baptist soon 41 r wl, ,In the Count* of ItaaX.
she never get 81.1., of Florida, u .ribrsood! In IVr,
: J. Anna Lou Johns do bequeath tarn our television machine To lead the group in fun and Jest church building. P. J. Franklin. llflr u No ||.i7l. TK .-........1 of
my "come hither" look to louder and let it reveal to us I I (m24): ) sold &''':4':1.-; : Mme i.ld of(vnlfi.r.u Till.

Elizabeth Craft. May she someday some of their poetic Ulent With a tinkle from the Ivories I Ross John..,n.
FOR SALE-Crosley electric refrigerator LoU 10 a II. Block S, tll.lmh
And smile her dear face
be surrounded by boys. a upon $35: good condition; Hn.hti., a Hub plat Hook t*. I'm.
I I Elida's loved at dear old Redland; 14. in IWtlon 14. Tuwn.hip II truth
XII. I, Kathleen Ross. do beQueath I.
f CLASS POEM new unit just Installed. Howard II.... 41 t>.., In ,.. County of load,
I my blue eyes to Mary En- I No one else can fill her place. upright piano $100; good con I 8l..t. ..r ..."d.. so ..,h....d In ('..
I ,
Ancient bards and minstrels liflr.l' No mi Thor nwnm-iit
gel. May they never turn gray 'Charles Burr Is well dressed ladI dition Box B-128, nit properly undrr the uld Inllfi
XIII I, Valeria Campbell, do I Were oft known to extol a : r.to fuwd: wu In tn.nameofei" II
The virtues and the vices I' guess he got that from his dad, terprise. 1\"...,
bequeath my ability to express my 1
Leader.En'l Lou I M, Block II. lllnli.hHrirhti.
feeling to have my own way to ''And the charms of every soul. Who did he take after about dates NEW NYLON CANNON: : Ani.ndxl Huh Plot B,..|
To It he's late. '.. In rtallon III Town hlM .
us seems always Pore 14 >
Bobby Fisher May he some day I made of coal, air ikmth, H.ni. 41 fc.it: in the
be president of the Student Coun- And so with these Intentions, l I Come in and see ('aunty of ll.il.. R..,. ?( Ft.-rl. MtmkriI'd
I The Homers of the class II Elmeda Roberts is a happy girl Homestead Vuriety Store i In (l.rlldoii N" luul Th,
cil. nwwinrnt of mid irupvrty dVr 'I
XIV: I, Wilma Thompson, dcbequeath t Of nineteen hundred forty She will soon be a bride. (pml7-31) Mid Cmlfli-it. jowl woe In the nun,
These to will May love, happiness, and success 'I of Junlu Furhw.Vnln. .
{ gems you pass.
my ability to be salutatorian i I .and (, ,tlllrol... hnll I
With her always abide. : WANT} () deemed ..,",lino ,I.. law ,t... I" .', h
to Josephine Cash. May she Mildred was a "Crafty" girl .."..... thrnln will W .,,101 t., Hi.4.' .
get much out of the honor. and trim. bidder .1 the (...rt Hd.n ho
Blonde curls petite Sweet Gilbert and fair Carolyn
WANTED for 'round Job .
year fins M".do I. h. mnh "f 1.,1. '0'
XV. I. Corrine Cash do bequeath ,Studies kept her in a whirl I Cause the whole class alarm young man good personality, I .hlrh. ,I. the lit day "r July 194 ,

my ability to pop gum In For she would never skim. When they talk and grin so sweetly I strong, willing to learn and assume 11.t.4. 'hi. I 16th E d.is ,{ r YIt') ;IIM\,4, ,
class to Frances Cowan May she .
Each engrossed will the other's responsibility, nge 21 to 35. dirk "f < li '
never lose the code I Shirley D. and Irene J I charm. !II.d.< C..n1. "\ I IClrrtilt I'

XVI. I, Suzy Leggett, do bequeath I Were kind, friendly, and sweet CORRECTIONThe : C"uri Hnl r HrfRRi n nlM
to fun Many, many broken heart I / .y n BIis.SI. Jiinn ", "ll"i,
my ability get some Wilma T. and Howard C. work : Leader-Entt'rprIRe has been r- -
out of life to Marjorie Lewis. May Were lying at their feet their problems rapidly asked to correct an error In ]lastweek's I 'OTI( P: TO .rut IIHUI.I''U':'

she some day have a good tense Not small in feet nor stature And learn history with zest Lions Club election tory ,nmlne N.lir.. nr I. .10.heml.y,1khold.r..i etas, that ,'h.'I.. I" '

of humor. And when examinations come I which said the nomination blanks rut I.i.t trrlillnr ('oml'oni11 I 'i
His does not apply. ,, ,
( II
It Ihf ( miny m
XVII. I, LeNelle Rogers. do bequeath Lewis Little knows It, Stand high in every test were returned to the club secretary Florida Tn..A4y. Junr II. I 1"''"" 111 .
my attitude record for girls The blanks were returned for the I I".nc of .1.. t.no a I "I,
The girls on him do spy. SCHOOL MATES I ml<,r> and ........linn. "oh ,h ,
to Graber. she alwaysbe the election board which Is ,
Betty May to u nut, ".me hf,,,, .lote
looked up to. Valeria likes teteatetesWith composed of pa.t president of the'' c, Mn'oinA. I .
School mates, we've had a lot of D. rni.lK; H..r..arl d I r,. nI
XVIII. I, Carolyn Campbell blonds six feet In height. club. ..* I II Ii ( May 24. SI Jut .. I II
1 will my "Gone With the Wind" 'Perhaps because she's leaving fun i
And thanks for what you've done
wasp waist to Betty Crawshaw. I He's sad this very night. won'and I
Our race is nearly nowwe're
May she some day be another 11 11I
Vivien Leigh Carter, silent as a sphinx leaving, BIRD'SIndorsed
We have to good-bye but we'llbe
XIX I, Marie Borgardt, will my His heart a ton of gold. say 1

curly hair to Ada Miller. Long His studies never bothered him loyal friendsOf I
what we're told. Redland Hi.
may It wave. Or that is
We're school mates we can
XX. I, Elmeda Roberts, do bequeath sorry
I Bill Gautier liked playing not stay with you
my ability to keep a tune As soon as teacher came. We hate to say adieu boo boo,
to Dora Scott. May she r er have
And classtime and a picnic boo boo boo boo. I
to use a basket. Were to our friends the some. Ain't got no troubles, USED CAR:
XXI. I, Elide Sage, jequeath
Ain't got no alibi.
my ability to be true t > one boy Charles Behrens liked to is But we'll be loyal friends of Red- Un used cars alita,s represent god vilue bat the

to Jeanne Eby. May she some Of his cares and of his land HI. ones listed below n unusually choice and we recom.

day have a steady. For despite his good inter mend any one of them for lour eonaldmtton.i .
XXII. I, Kathleen, Lloyd, will I "Book larnln' was his fo

my ability to be Redland's favorite Even ia this program waaunsrhcituled ,.........................e.N.-N..1

cheer leader to Ann Shackleford We eer them. t v icered and has occupied I i / '

May she some day be a football us the entire time of broadcasting -

cheer leader In college. And our team at many games, we are very proud to 1t-.6! FORD 2-IJOOU rOUKIMs'oEDAN-

XXIII. I, Phyllis J nsen, do Kathleen and Suzy. leaders have been able to bring to original paint : clean inside ; priced
school dames. 'ery
Anr1flight high of
bequeath my ability! t :o stag to you the latent discovery
all modern times. This prwrimha I t o sell. 1 A.Kit
dances and ..jrtt > to Betty I We teased her, and she took it
Ann Marshall. May r ,one day 'We think she's good sport, > come to you throws lie

be able draffit.XXIV Our Anna Lou. :nr'ish! 2-3 courtesy of station H-E-L-iVO I 1938 T'EVinLET TATf V V'As, -
; M ,ile January do bvlue located at the orange and
ourt '
Is where she ho t her lil. ail cor
oks jou
I a new ;
..th m; ability to translate nd black hamburger lounge Thisis

take dow: ihorthanu. to Tr man Phyllis Jensen ..Ml all miss yet r announce Midget

Mills. May he be the 1941 cam I Because she had a smile rhanT .ITS taking 1& pleasure I 19% FCitl COlTE-lo m(' n'''' lik. cw. II IIIt

pion.XX" For every single person In winning to you all avery I

1, Howard Crouse, to bequeath \nd a giggle r the *. lIue.I good vening and trustIng -
Tiy ability to work gt that you'll be listening at 'T YMOUTII 4-i OK TOUr .G II

ef pi ''jlems to Buddy Llndg 'n. I Shy and veev nd studious this same time next ,ear.IBVIIT Sf..UANr1.cI ; '. .nnl paiue.
twinkled so,, ,
&. ,iy he never have s work th n. And eye. that I
The boys all wanted to .u Dot
XXVI. I, Charle lurr do i I *
2-LGOIl ul Kl SEDA)
Wherever she would go BZiAS BY JULY tAll 1937rLC
tj J ath my ability u > to I
d" w"k' I I three having bills r account nctV ; It in cellent: con-
sei tardy and get a .y Marie Borr">rdt we all admire .0 ; .l paint
;to Henry Dixon. M. he Sh' -vork hard for her desire !'.aInst the Redland tiutricthai dition.PRESTON.
of Commerce hereby
get trouble. j
n the human race
To iOtogr. ell
that all outstanding bills
:XXVII. 1, Robert Rivera, t And catch glamour in every face
my ability to staIn the o luntg. must be presented 3. B1IJ) MOTOR CO.
hoi<* to Leonard ..;reen. May I Merle January Is her name; in >../ not later than July

never breilk up. It needs no alteration. 1st, ItHO, otherwise! they will not

XXVIT I, Charles Behren, do She likes to work with books and be given serious consideration South Krome Ave. Phone 18

bequeath my ability to have I part broom I I W. W. ALLAN. PresidentT. TAG AGENCY

' 1':, ,,\, In in the 'class plays and opper- But dreams of Bells and handsome E. KIRBY Treasurer.M OPPOSITE

1 etUs to Billy Campbell. May he groom. ( 24.31.1

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given patterns and a list of goes
I : CLASS HISTORY tlons that can be answered breading
the pattern.
! t (Continued From Pap Seven) All the other classes are finishing NNW # MOftl'
up last minute work on their:
, our summer vacation was murrewhen .
and studying for examirutlun. -
" we learned that Mr. BomI dresses
Hilda Godson is the onl; K-N-o#
i inert would not be with ui in the I
I fall ninth grader to be exempt in horneconomics ?
but there were man:
School opened In September under -
in the other
other exemptions
the direction of Mr. RehwinkUAi ''
tenth graders we enlist ,IIradei.I .
Claudia Conner and Clinton BI.hop:I ELEMENTARY NEWS Any-Brand Heinz Assorted Factory Packed,
Into our elan
Our Junior found us welcoming -,, Mrs. Edwards' room U glad to
a new year principal Mr. E.'!have Vick Alfonso and Verna Loi Mil i I k Ketchup JEII-o Solar
Cameron back after a long absence
M. Hindman and new students E(-:
fie Mat Waters Mary Grace Eng;',due to illness 3 cans ...19 C Lg. bottle 18 C 3 pkgs. 17 C G-Ib. Bag 25 C
luh and Jimmy Schallern into our'I Mrs. Thurman's second grader
happy family. Our Junior yea are making a study of insect llvei.
was one of many activities, grea :They have some live specimen
excitement, meritorious achieve I and are much interested in this All
meats and deep satisfaction. These,work. Ehier's Coffee lb. 25c
activities were composed of the I i Six new boohsj have arrived fo Grinds
junior carnival, the class play. the class library In Miss Ray1
"Daddy_1.onlilollll." and the big| :!room and eglt')) More are on the
moment of shouldering the sponsorship way This makes a total of 20 new SMARTY DEMONSTRATION ON
of the Junior-Senior bun books for this'ylror.
quet. This our first attempt at Q I I Joan Seyiyullr Jias withdrawal to
big social event went off smooth iio to Pahokee Frank Murphy Dog Food TenBLowICE
I ly, and If our guests the seniors Joble Alongna, and Phena flae'
had is good a time 8M ue did, the I Alfonso are buck after a long abaence CREAM MIXSATURDAY
party was a huge success I due to whooping coiigh 6 cans 25c
- - --
The fall of '39 found a goodly" Buddy Seymour has withdrawn I
number of well behaved, dignified,, from Mrs. Dye's room. Jeai Case of 21. only 93c :
ambitious, young seniors opening Rhoades has gone to Pennsylvania.
the door to Mrs. Scott room and Mrs Wynn's room i. sorry U
joined by Phyllis Bell and Thomas lose Barbara Seymour The pupils RED "\
Varnadoe. These 37 Seniors have enjoyed the art period which held I PEacI1ES' ::; 2 Cans 29C
hud their ups and downs but haveat a new interest this week The No. tYt
last gathered on this memorable drew figures from Jointed lines
occasion, which their Instructor, Miss VTil. IIOLE ORAlS U-OZ. STRING '
As class historian I wish to thank llama, provided, and dressed them
Mrs Bleier and Mrs, Scott for by coloring them with crayons. RIM 5 -----.21e MOPS, each . ---lge
guiding our stumbling footsteps Mrs. Bird's class hopes to visit I
over the last miles of our high the weather bureau this week. I BULK KELLOGG'S
school education. To Mr Blackburn Mrs Fifield's pupils are making! I Brown Sugar 4 lbs. 25c Corn-Flakes,2pkgs. 15c
who strove to make actors a collection of moths and butterflies ,
. and actresses of us all we with to They are much interestedIn BULK IMRS. KAY'SMeal
express our appreciation for his catapillar that they hope will
attempt Coach Bleier and Miss come a out of the cacoon before or Grits, 5 lbs. 14 e Grape Juice, qt. __ 27C
Bixler did their best to give us school closes.
bodies and healthful minds
strong Our vocational Instructors, Miss LAST DAY ON THIS SPECIAL Kraft's
Bow Mrs Webb Mr Rice Mr. CHOCOLATEMalted

Wakefield trained in earning us a in and future useful Miss livelihood.crafts Williams to We aid 'Reliable I II : 2..191 Milk

wish to thank Mrs. Murphy, Mr BUY BOTTLES, GET ONE FREE
Hester and Mil Callaher for their I BIG BOTTLE
I lItur RoMfceer ,
Orange WJ
: along tireless the effort curricular at teaching paths us of Dry Cleaners Gr.p. ""* Cream soda Won ijf lllPOSIT. I.lb. can 29c

knowledge Mrs. Becker has taught and LaundryEMORY
us to understand the past so we
an make better citizens in the DEAR1VQ Crisco 3 lb. 49c
future school Mrs days Mills with has the enrichedour first Owner and Manager or Spry, can

ganized bund Unit Homestead or-I SUITS 49cMen's.
School has enjoyed Words
New Red Bliss DEXTER
not express our thanks to
Himlmun for his tireless efforts I Women's SLICED B. BACON, lb. 21C
ind his kindly understanding of Clean Potatoes
nn trials and tribulations.Thus B locked

class ot the 1940 men leave and this women Institution of this I Nash 5 Ibs _ 17c HAMS, or Whole, lb. 25 C

i md take their places along life's
i pathway PANTS 20 C Smokeless COUNTRY
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"" ,.."I1.II.!! :..S..Nr WS: ,............, SHIRTS 10c Charcoal ROLL BUTTER, lb. :_ _::6

This year the seventh graders bag _ _ 10cGoldenRipe MILKROAST Rlb.EB.29c :
are having a practical clothing examination DRESSES 49c.., ;
One of the important I
things to be learned In seventh Ladles'
economics U how to I CUT FROM HEAVY \\ESTERVBtEF
grade home
read and apply the written instructions COATS 49c I Bananas CHUCK ROAST, lb. 27C .
on a pattern, so the girls are .
3lbs., . 13c II

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Damp Wash, 12 Ibs. 49c Peanuts _
(3c: each additional pound)

Flat Work, lb. .... 7c 3 lbs. _ 25 C CREAM CHEESE, 2 pkgs. 7clb.

Fire Insurance and Commercial Flat, lb. 4c I
(fl Minimum) LARGE SELECTED '
Kindred Lines can.15C20C

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