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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: November 22, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 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: UF00087294:00304
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VUL. XXVIII 47 HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22. 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS .





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$5,000,000 Blimp Base FULL FINANCIAL SUPPORT



I Seen For Pine Island INDICATED TO CANVASSERSIN



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600 ACRES 4 How .to Get Tax Title to Vacant Lots FIRST WEEKS\ CONTACTSTHE

To Be Explained at City Hall Today -- I -- -

WEATHER I Results tone ReportedAt

MILES AMYLOOKEDOVER Today is the day when City Attorney foreclosure of tax certificates now r..lm..t Offlrbl wMtbor Station""on H...of...th....Bu, Hi lropI.1.HiU. ; Committee Luncheon -
Ira C. Haycock and Mayor held by the city. Today
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n.ls Mu. Mln tiw ads
Tom Harris
will hold
office hoursat
They will explain the procedureof Nov. 14 ..I I 82 60 3001
the Homestead city hall from DISTRICT UNITED ON
buying the tax certificates from Nov. 15 76 57 30101,
I 10 a. m. till 5 p. m. to advise the city and instituting foreclosure Nov. 18 58 43 | I INFORMATION HOOTH
and assist citizens of Homesteadwho
I proceedings. Nov. IT 68 43 I _
care to acquire vacant lots
that are tax delinquent through This service will be given free Nov. 18 75 50 30.25 Splendid i and( Practical
4 Word From Washington by the city which is interested in Nov. 19 79 SO 3022: Idea Growers Tell
Breaks Secrecy Imposed getting back on the tax rolls the Nov. 20( 80 69 301)
-, properties in the city which have -- --- Chairman
Locally RED CROSS CALL produced no tax Income for many
HUMANS TO FLY
years. It was said at city hall Reports on tin fist week of IN
": LIGHTERirHANAIRPATROL that several citizens have Indicated I drive to "u''IP fund to establish a

. FOR STRAITS WILL\ BE HEADEDBY they will take advantage of the HERE FOR ROTARY I Redland District information'
opportunity to acquire lots adjacent booth In M'dl1and' ; broadcast the
to their property In order that superiority of thin .section's, fruit
Would Be Most Strategic MRS. HUDSON,j I I they may enlarge, beautify or CLUB AIR TALKSThe for gift box purposes. will be made
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Location UnderConsideration make building additions to their at a luncheon-meeting of a committee
present holdings of growers and shippers n
coming national air races the Bamboo Tavern today.
Mrs. James A. Hudson has accepted I and maneuvers in Miami will be The committee, appointed at a
A S3.000.000 blimp base may be
10 I the chairmanship of the the theme of a program to be given meeting of growers and shippers
established Island
Pine 8001
on Red Cross Roll Call In the Red- at next Wednesdays lunrheon- with the Redlund District Chamber
I'' acre area of "high pine land" in a land District. She will be assistedIn NO CHANGE MADEIN meeting of the Homestead Rotary of Commerce directors Wednesday -
rocky glade four miles northeast
) of Homestead. the canvass by Mrs Frank I Club under the auspices of the I of lust week held a luncheon -
I Skill and the Homestead troop of Greater Miami Airport Association meeting the next day; and divided -
The area was Inspected two of Girl Scouts Mrs. Adrian Jacobs. HOURS KEPT BYREDLANDSCHOOL i with Carl F Lambert chairman up the territory for canva.al ..-
weeks but the local
i ago press was Mrs J D. Perkins, Mrs. C. T. Harper
of the co-ordinating committee ing follows. according to Chair-
I asked to say nothing about it until Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson, Mrs. I t presiding man E. A. Carter.

word came from Washington,Paul Reynolds] Mrs. Frank City officials of Homestead and Goulds noithCarl Piowaty nd
I The word that ,
came last night
, : Pine Island was among four sites man Mrs B. M. Haus'l I ___ I I South Miami and members of the John R. Mothers
Mrs. B. E. Gatlm Mrs board of county commissionershave I Princeton Silver Pulm NHI i'i.,, .1I
between Fort Lauderdale and
Homestead under consideration |NeiU hat been and will continue I Redland school's opening and been invited to attend Mayor I Redland-Mr. Carter and Chi,, ', .
\, I for the blimp base In charge of the roll call in Florida closing hours have not and will Class of South Miami will comedown Cox
City. not be with Chus T. Fucha Jr. whois Homestead and Florida
The Pine Island tract would be changed to 9 a. m. and 3.30 City
I presented to the government by Chas. O Turner is cochairmanfor p. m., respectively, as announcedin a member of the local Rotary 'Frank B Rue and C. J. Parm'?
South Dade. a Miami morning paper Satur- ; Club and Mayor Tom Harris in expected I While he would not give nut IIIIY
I the county, which has obtained or '
Since the Red Cross Roll Call to represent Homestead pledge for publication before 'hi
Is about to obtain title] to It. day.This
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The blimps would be used to was late in getting started here it change of hours was made' Col. Richard Gimble, an enthuauui- meeting today Mr Carter said 'he
\ patrol the Florida straits and the will continue through the monthof at Perrlne Kinloch Park and Ojus tic member of the Airport Association proposal to have un informal
I Caribbean in more leisurely fash November Instea dot ending schools Chas G. Turner, member I will fly his plane from booth on a downtown Biscayne
, Ion and with greater cruising with the Nov. 28 Thanksgiving It of the county school board from Miami to Homestead landing field Boulevaid ]locution for dissemination
range than is possible in airplanes was said yesterday Homestead, said yesterday, in order !'with a party of guests to attend the of information to visitor ''I''
I that contracted busses could meeting Miami. together with the railie,
be utilized and the expense of add- I At this week's meeting of the broadcasts about the district 'i.i
Homestead Art Week Sales ExhibitTo ing more vehicles be avoided. I club, a sound film "Behind the perlor gift box fruit m meeting

II ,Shadows". was shown by Mrs. Ef- with practically unar,noua enthusiasm
in Old Bank By changing the Perrine hoursa
Be Held Building Perrine bus Is available to help fie Sutherland, a case worker for In nil parts of the dl trf,t
the Dade County Tuberculosis I For once we seem to have kit
-- out with the Redland school transportation I
Association. (Continued: on Page Threes
Mayor T. J. Harris has Issueda any quartet made by Sam J. Davis, and whereas In the past
proclamation calling for observance local grove owner who is gaininga some pupils were delivered to the
of the week of Nov. 25 to Dec. national reputation as a violin school as early as T 35, now they Local Negro Gets Months for Murder;
1 as National Art Week In Home maker. The quartet will consist of'are delivered to the school not I
stead, and Max Losner Is aiding two violins a viola and a 'cello,I![more than 10 minutes before Brother, Who Stole Gun, Gets 2'/2' YearsSix
in the observance by permittingthe all of Key Largo mahogany except :t opening time and taken from it

Homestead Art Club to use his the tops which are of the required not more than five minutes after months In jail for a negro and let go with both bam

scant building, formerly knownas spruceThough school Is dismissed who killed one man and wounded John Pcepks was the negro who
the Citizen's Bank Building, for these Instrume As will A nwr'h ago Mr Turner made a another when he fired into a crowdon was killed Another was wounded
the arts and crafts sales exhibit be offered for sale they w J act be motion at a st.:-l board meeting the main street of Homestead In the arm.HmIlsl.1Id.
which it will hold during the week. (Continued on Page '1.Ms) that transportatka be arranged colored town. Policeman Bob Anderson -

That the slogan for President to that no pupil would be delivered and Herman Thomas or,
Head Bars Two and a half In Raifordfor
years
Roosevelt newly proclaimed National Advertising at the lebO ifs more than 30 rested Ollie Lre and Policemun
Art Week "American Art 30-Acre Grove Homesne linutM before ipenlng time and big brother who stole the shotgun Coker arrested Dave. Conatuble

for Every American Home" may transput::* frf n them no more with which the murder was I Scarborough worked up evidenceand

be fulfilled In this community, the Sale of 30 acres of land frontingon than 30 minutes after school let I I committed witnesses against Oilw Ice
local art group will have all works Farm Life road and Weldon out. This motion was passed and That according to Constable Joe and uncovered the fact that Dave

priced moderately and displayed drive to Howard Perry of East the transportation supervisor Instructed Scarborough and Homestead police, had stolen the gun Officers aa 4
conveniently. Orange, N. J.. executive of an advertising to make a survey and report Is what was meted out In Dade the other witnesses had been sun
Tropical scenes suitable to send firm operating in New to the school board as to steps 'County circuit court Tuesday to moned to appear to testify at a
north/ as Christmas gifts will be York and Chicago was announcedthis necessary to comply with the action I Ollie Lee Peterman and Dave trial scheduled for Wednesday "before .
offered for a dollar or less week by John P. Neafsey; who :Peterman respectively, Homestead Judge Ron Williams
i This first year there will be but owned the tract. He reported among other things I negroes When they got to the court house
_ a limited amount of craft work offered Mr Perry, who with his wife 'that by changing the hours of a Ollle Lee Peterman got Into a I they learned that Ollie, indictedfor
for sale, Mrs. Ben Archer spent the winter at Modello as a few[ schools and rerouting some I quarrel with some other negroes|1 first degree murder by the
art club president said yesterday. tenant of Mrs. Eva Collins three busses, more than the desired re-1'unDarktowns "Front street June grand Jury had been allowed t.
MOlt of the exhibit will consist of I years ago plans to build on his, suit could be obtained with the 13 He ran home Not a shotgun plead guilty to a charge of manslaughter -
p" Ire;. new proper)'. He has contracted expenditure of a few hundred dol- 'which, his brother Dive 1 had "jc- the day before and jd
Craft exhibit however !/I'iIll with Mr. Neafsey to plant and develop Ui'.. whereat adding new bu"c- i Uln.r1:' and rushed I hick to the been ,entl'll eel t I" MX mc r', in
be of <"s ':p*' D.I J mci:t-a mahog, an \Ol"dl '1"<)\e on it. to hung .1 .ib"ut would ,"'tj 000 |groins win h had JllJucll hi" Ire Jail






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Dixie Drug Gi\es Away i, making complimentary remarks Two Former Employees
THIS AREA FIRSTIN
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Flit Cedarized Bags about the community. I I Return to Mae Morris
I The P'OllrBI1was arranged by I

GET ORGANIZED I WHAT SERIESOF A. Frank Kalaentine. owner of Mr Mae Morris, proprietor of
Flit cedarized garment bag will Station \V K.}T. who welcomed the II Mae Morris Beauty Shop announced
local men to the studio and afterward Mrs
that Wayne
yesterday
be given away free-a* long a*
HERE TONIGHTT I CITY SALUTESThe was host at dinner to them. Adams and Mrs. Robert Cassube
they last-by the Dixie DrugStore
Some thirty or forty telegrams beauty
I would return a* operatorsat
'I according to an announcement congratulating WKAT on Its increased the Morris establishment today.

E Kirby of Homestead, who in it* advertisement appearing first of a series of salutesto power and clarity of reception I Both young ladies were formerly -
has been chairman of the Redland in this Issue of the Leader- communities by Radio Station were received at the studio connected with Mrs. Morri
Dulrict Christmas Cheer comm it- from Homestead business men, and I I beauty shop Mr, Adams is the
teee for the put several years, was Enterprise WKAT in celebration of its increased many of them were read by the I former Miss Katherine Vann and
reappointed to that office I for the I The only requirement 11'th t wattage and extended facilities announcer 1 Mrs. Cassube is the former Miss

1940 Christmas season by theGreater those asking for the free garment was given to Homesteadand I Betty Bowen, daughter of Mrs.

Miami i Empty Stocking I bags present a clipping of the advertisement -' the Redland District Tuesday Morris
Fund Tuesday He has called .1 announcing the offer I night Speakers were Edward ART WEEKContinued \
meeting of the committee. com i BOOTHContinued
The Flit cedarized garment bags Staling president of the Redland
posed of rfprf.fntollrrom the I 27 by 00 by 4 Inches will protect' District Chamber of Commerce
in ice! and civic clubs of the dist wools, furs and other garments ( from Page One)
;
I and former mayor of Florida City : ( from Page One)
'1. for 7:30: tonight in the cityi
from moth. silver I fish and other
Councilman Frank B Rue representing delivered till after February, Mr Ion something that even section of
i ill for the of getting
< x,mixed, purpose cloth-devouring Insect I the city of Homestead and Davis say. because in that month I the district thinks is a splendid, mdpractlcil
Organizations who are requestedvend E II Oallaher manager of the the music department of MiamiUniversity I thing to do in adl erlll-
1941 Fruit Festival will conduct a contestIn Ing the dlstiiit and selling c1UI fruIt,
t." representatives to the Tired of "Dodging Law
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.. A.kt'cto make a talk. Mr Rue Miami to see whether this mahogany he said
: ,nd eating District tonight Ministerial are The.vsoc'a1 Red-- Boy Gives Up to Police said he was "not much" as a public quartet or a maple quartet I, :Mr Carter did admit that Red-
speaker but If the announcer made by Mr Davis ,Is the winner Iland Citrus Growers Association
-' Homestead, Redland and
I would ask him questions he would The head of the violin department -
had 'ott'c\82 50 toward the $2,WO
II i "nf P T. A. f. Lions Club. A 19->ear-old boy'who said he
'I I II try to give informative answers Joel Bl'loeompoll'r, plays needed to finance the project Last
( o Club, all the w"n' clubs
was tired of dodgin law ask In the course of the dialog he told one of Mr Davis violin and one I week Florida East Coast t Futiliing i -
I nizations and other
11 i
,ui /" lion or individual any inter- I ed to be taken to lie Homestead hew many acres ot fruit and vegetables of his violas, ,I Co give SIM and Silver Palm
'police station Tuesd told officers are cultivated each year in Mr. Davis, some month ago was that nmountShesa.lics-
"d, Mr Kirby said 'I 'I i \
lit committee will work asI he was wanted in Hunting-, this district gave figures on the given permission to end two v'lo- Growers Association voted to
,I through the Empty Stocking ton, W Va. for tpb: ery. He gave immense total of shipments made, line in December to Jascha Hel- mutch that amount. Other packinghouses "
his name as Burg Sudderth. .told of Homesteads advantagesand fetz of concert fame who is examining and growers have inducted
!F.nd of which A. J. Cleat is
< 1.11 rman as in previous years.; I' A long distance call to Huntington -,! invited the public to visit the American made violins to they will do what the other,,ill,'
Ti! jiimdiction of the committee police confirmed the boy Is section and see the acreage now see who is the best maker. :Mr Carter said, and he believe
,lend 'from Perr m. to Florida story, and local officers were told I being planted to crops I One of these two violin I is made next week will see a good part if
City, ,nclusive he would be sent for at once lp Mr, Staling told of the activitiesof of American wood and the other, not all the amount needed will be
I i to a late hour last night, however the chamber of commerce dur- of wood which came originally raised,
---- no one had arrived to take Sud-! ing Its many years of service to from the region which supplied

B.P.W.C. MEMBERSTO I derth home Huntington authorities the community, and Mr. Gallaher Stradivarius with wood. Who matched it in grain with the
said the robbery was committed made a brief talk on the annual The patterns used are a set wood used by Stradivarius
March 3. 1939. I Fruit Festival which will be held made for Mr Davis by a famous Some pieces from the Homestead
BE HOSTESSESAT I I Sudderth has eaten little since in March The announcer spokeof London dealer from the best tonedof High School manual training department -
he was admitted to jail, and has : the Redland District in general, the Stradivarius violin The may be Included in the
:I been acting queerly !filling in the vacant places and wood also came from this dealer sales display
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and Professional. Women
Club will, act as h? 1941 Redland District Fruit Fcsti-
%al. Manager E, H Gall"il>er announced The foweifprcefor

this week y
They will take tickets at the
doors but they have announced General Motors'.I

that their main job will be to make

:ne visitors to the festival feel latest and greatest style success!
\v i Irome to answer questions
bout the district and otherwise r (y:

i perform the duties of hostesses
I the Homestead Parent-Teacher
k \ "' ration will have charge of

".11 nng and publishing the
urn booklet and .will go to
much earlier than hits been
'''unary in order that prospect-
exhibitors may know their
'o'+i i'tition classic md prize
i d. for which they may try
In the entertainment line Mr
: ,:Maher! said, hr Is trying to get
v oral elephant fir the childreni ,
i i tike ride on. Pony rides will
'
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Sons of Legion Choose J.

Officers and Hear TalkA


Homestead squadron of Son:

if the Legion vv.is organized
Wednesday night at Legion Hall
a"i \
when officers were elected .in follows Senastliser Sm Sodas Carpe it}}* (abate sad uvll lint tj>in tl tt extra felt) AM

,
foe By rum. Captain) ; Willard
Norman, first lieutenant: Tommy
Harris second lieutenant, PhilipR'arruo
adjutant; John Kuhn,
chaplain; Lester Archer sergeont-
at-arms: Allen Pope historian;
Albert Byrum finance chairman
Charles I. Sherwood Legionnaire -
of Coral Gu h h'.. spoke on .
the alms and objects of the Sons

,if the Legion, which in general
I ire to carry on the patriotic Ideal
md endeavor of the American
Legion after their fathers have
passed out of hte picture


Former Fruit InspectorIn

Redland Dies in Miami


H O Carter, who came to the MX PONTIAC HAS DONE IT AGAIN dependable through the rears...an J u.*ss eco.
Redland District 23 yean ago from oormcil as many smaller cars. Why not stop inat
AMD SIT THI STYLE Of THSJ FlAtt
Orange Cal, and was an Inspector four Pontiac dealer today and Inspect the
of citrus fruits with the State style sensation oft 94 U It Is available tuber IS
Onsjintted by General Motors, it
Urll
, Plant Board for 15 year, died at liBpy ihrPoaiiiciaihcSinmliner s a six or to eight for only tw.sey-Eve dollars r e"Torpedo"
t home at 1510 S. W Seventh difference.
hi* XJX si its lowest price: Her .Dtlit+rtJIPMttc,Mick- 11
Friday mornIng -
r street, Miami, early .low.iReklvmoiitracsrwithJittinctive
lit lung i gasp Suit tax, tftti**!
f Silver Streak front end sad richly sppointeiJ., J.tZ1J 1 wyw,_.ne awl aca'rrnserivs f ruJl'I..fJJ
Funeral services were held In a spacious 1 body 1 by Fuher Here is a car with -nlr.. Prill" object ttrs
Miami funeral home Saturday afternoon p rf>.rmance as outstanding: ss its appearance '*''(' ...>/*"*/ ..lid.
and the body was taken -fi.ton tls.a r smooch Oa cruising Only IJJ more for ,a Eight ia any models! Vf.CAR WITH THE IOW fXtd
north for burial In Little Britain

Pi near Oxford, his boyhood PRESTON B. BIRD MOTOR CO.
I"me." It wa accompanied by Mr' 1!'.
and Mrs Victor J Tath.lI1\i il Phone is 1Pare
i ter South Krome Avenue Homestead, Fla.
her l former resident tf t II-t'!

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Do& '...., .sum_. ___ II.Mr "I o OO DFcocorvvrs 7-9 p. m.
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The cry of the soul is for I

freedom It longs for libertv )
Thanksgiving from the date of its first conscious t

moments . Timothy
To-day 0 Lord a nation comes t us J pFfEI iIGsr. Titcomb.
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In solemn gratitude to Thee
Life contemporary scene it one
(How shrill the scream of falling of confusion because of the rapidly :
changing conditions Man
tempo
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mmornY5R4E
of activities has been "stepped up".
How /2 FT. 7YC.tf'ATWe4Aff until it becomes Increasingly important ,
poignant 9 for him to seek mental

stall fr. Arnvs lbw .hl c 7r freedom from the pressure of daily .

A nation I AVA7 0000'r duties He is being compelled to
comet in gratitudefor M
25 FEET, adjust himself to new ideas,
lift and peace and liberty theories and developments beforehe
has completely accepted the
Not festive but in reverent moodA one he must discard
Such high tension f
conscious
people render thanks to Thee.
ness requires escape. Escape into .
Mary E. Dickinson. rnflf' N/PIU P f vCOCOiVOT J, a land of imagination wherein t
% he lives as he wishes, is hero of
his dreams; achieves the success of 1
If IF fRie.101SMUMTNOUSAMOt'
U. S. Foots Hill for Nazi' rOP his ambitions and conquers the
: : temptations he would avoid This .
dff/A"'l YO AI"IFRV :' freedom is good for the soul ,
Propaganda / (AS iUA/QY?/ Or perhaps because he has livedin

International postal regulation I imagination with other humans,
and shared their suffering sucesses _-
have placed the United
State in
and joys he returns to re- f
the ironic portion of deliveringfree ..lilv' inspired to greater effort in )

of charge tons of propaganda his pirt

designed to undermine the American .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the had permeated the government I ID lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1! { This land of mental freedom is

form of government Becauseof CURRENT and weakened it. like termites found in the written word. A good '
by boring from within. I book and a quiet comer will do
rules laid down b>' the Inter much to revive a weary man

national Postal Union Hitler 11 COMMENT After Jan 1 dog meat will be a'' 20 Years Ago And what is true of the adult
able to ship untold thousands of i is disc true of the child. But I before -
Br AGNEW nELSII4AAA44AS.A444AA4444AAAAAA legalized food in Germany so fric- .
child
a reaches that first
booklet and pamphlets into this caseed Flo and Towser a la king
conscious moment" of desiiintE or

country and force the United .dll..... Not*. Mr Welsh ..1........ way may appear wouldn't on those the menus dachshounds By the I { II I I 1IIiiali1 I I !11I I requiring mental freedom he has
Stiles postal authorities to distribute statements en till Comment. ......... IlInI already found a means of escape
their b. In arrMrnvnt of at .variant afford lots of rib cutlets You recall TIM Meeting Items are faun vtr- Hit
it for him free : with Me ssk'ss. AAdr.. aa.ntn/- the description of a daschound' bens fr.. Illof "'. H>a.... 4 imagination works for him as
The method used Is i rstlwf In Arn. Wtl..l>. 141 N L I I......".. ....>ll.tir4 M.r. IS lr ill parents can testify from the m-
simple Mifclk.. Miami H.. half a dog and a dog and a half I .. tk. Booth riorUa Rinnn and agmary characters with whom he
Under existing long. am(.4 ors !7. Itll. With I%. H.ov ._
regulations the Admiral Woodward U. S. Navy i stood Le..... plays and the embellished accountsof
country of original transmission ,says that our navy seven yean John R. I his simple! pastimes or what lie
retains the fees for delivery and : ago rated a poor third but the 137 to Kennedy England returning said to ambassador a- :,\ 25, 190 has seen

the country where internationalmail I I fighting. ships built since then I Boston reporter that Democracy -"The Ladies Aid of the M E Children are oppressed bthe
is finally distributed I I make It now the greatest, most is finished in England National church South held their first meeting : hustle and bustle and strain of then
makes powerful and most effective of any Socialism is out of after the summer vacation o constant demands on them in these
the delivery free of charge So i I single navy' it," When his remarks coming were printed last Wednesday There were present I modern times They reach a stalemate -
the Nazi government merely turns I I he Insisted they were spoken'off Mesd-ames Free, Burton, Redd. in their Imagination and the

out the required stamp. attaches i In noting Hawaii's I petition tobecome the record." A public man has I Bourn. Livingston Davis. Parham. ,cry today is for men of imag:nation

them to any propaganda it wishes' a state of the union, columnist 1 no right to make such important Whltworth Simmons, Caplinger .
l I Walter Locks of the Cox I II utterance to a news man unless his e and J. W. Conner as old members I Children must have mental freedom -
t
on the journey to this country. | has a larger population than Nevada -i iI This "off the record" is an old Kd Conner Slstrunk, Moser and and perhaps in due
Uncle Sam handles the mall free I Delaware Vermont or dodge when you have said too Lowe."Mrs. : course of time pioneer in new
once It gets to America. I Wyoming and that-listen to thisIt I II much. Newt G. Ball and son 'fields of thought This opportunity
I has six times as many Japaneseas : George arrived Saturday from : should be given them from early
Even the war has not handicapped natives and the rule with themIs One nice thing about having two Fremont, Ind. Mr. Ball who is ,Childhood by developing the habIt

the process Hitler ships I once a Jap always a Jap. We Thanksgiving days It that you can .cashier of the Citizens Bank came of reading books of real literary

his subversive propaganda by way should go slow on that move. go'\o his folks' home one week and here several months ago They a 'and true Imaginative quahtyI -
I living Redland Ro d." 'in other words the childiens
of Russia and though this is a.lower they can come to yours the next on

process than b the Atlantic At one point the English channel -"Mrs. Robert Smylie left on classics
>
: Is but 10 miles from the French one.Did you ever see or hear of Monday for Arizona on receipt of Ernest Thompson Seton at the
!
it eventually reaches its destination I news that her sister
was rather
beach mice An Investigator fora
const, where! the Germans haveset : autobio-
I up guns to fire across to Dover : national museum descries them ill
The Gorman propaganda ministry : on the Enll.h'O"ISt. In order to as being small species. so near th ei I -"Mr. Price and family arrived uralist'
has complied a huge mailing carry that dtstwive the guns are i color of sand as to be almost imperceptible by car from Detroit on Monday I The autobiography of an artist-

list of German-Americans living'the "o elevated that.the missile is carried They were found not l land have" taken rooms with HenryRedm 1 naturalist could: not be vvi Menwithout ,

In United States Each one on ,, II miles hllrrvnd It takes the only on the mainland but on Santa I devoting a considerable
the list Is subjected to a constant I i I shell one minute and ten seconds Rosa Island, a long key up Pensa- I"A bouncing boy arrived at I part of the book to the habits of
II i the home of Sam Clark Sun- birds and animals
bombardment of cola I on
way.
propaganda i I to make the trip'
I
printed. Many In both English and German ,,' a ..... ......... ......a 'I day""H. Brooker R E. Caves, D'Jt I I i but The was author transported was born to in Canada England at
receive bundles
of The hundred mm of letters who ,, and B. F. Flowers the ft six
fifty returned age years with I his 1 family,
or more for distribution I'I
Americans who ;; make the selections each five yean i Children in Court Monday from Jupiter where they' which Included nine brothers and
among are not on I
for the Hall of Fame do so by election
expected to one adopted sister
the regular mailing .list get enough game to This was in
and have just added the nameof I, By Jades :Malcolm< HaUieM j last for some time. However I i I the year 1866 The reason for
The system is to designed. that poor old Stephen Foster to that'I
few German-Amerit '' ............................................,.......................... they brought back about as much this migration was financial I reverses -
He
tan getaway roll after the third effort I. game as they took with them. |I in which the family fortune
from constant reminder! |! nominated In 1930 but IVNECESSIRY IInnu%no YPNN.. Roy Pennington and had disappeared and Erne Seton
that they are of German extraction only seveik votes; five years wa'i 'father
A high school principal forced children returned last week from wished to make a fresh
and should remain loyal to the he had 23. and this year was a boy to appear before the entire. Georgia start In the New World.
Nazi form of government. Because only one of the 141 nominees I "Walter Strickland Ernest
I school assembly and admit that hey: U grinning Seton grew up on a backwoods -
there ls no American censorship receive a majority vote, the first j had taken a fountain pen which over a present he received on.]I farm where he had ample
much of the material contains at-i tmrtance of the kind I used the did him. In following Its 1
/ not belong to Thanksgiving; day- a gir 1. opportunity to study the habits of
ticks against the President the term "poor old. He certainly was i the birds
i I this procedure, the principal weighing ten whole pounds and animals of which he
United States system of government ,poor.. In this worlds goods as the reasoned that this boy's humiliation I -"Mrs, Fred Lucas returned writes so familiarly His schooling -
the American press. capital proverbial Job's turkey but htsj would serve as an example to last week from Jacksonville here was acquired in Toronto
the Jews And other gu.ups-and heart poured out melodies that I restrain others from doing misdeeds -I'she has been in the hospital for which, of course was not the cityit
j the United States foots the distribution have lingered long In the popular : i!
: | some weeks suffering from a bad- is today Later he was sent to
bill. mind-"Oh. Susanna; SuwanneeHiver I I While it must be admitted that)I ly injured foot" {I study drawing In Europe wherehe

Let us not forget that Hitler :"Old Folks at Home," "Old the average principal Is -"Mrs. Lulu Wise and daughter also had the opportunity
once said 'Amend i is permanently Black Joe." "M) Old Kentucky ed with a great deal of contront'l the mother and sister of L. A, of studying animal anatomy and
on the brink of revolutionIt Home" They touch a responsive ,dent thievery it is doubtful whether Wise, arrived Tuesday to spend I the plates of Wilson and Audul.on.
will be a simple matter for me 'chord In your heart and will live I the demonstrated action actually -s!i the winter with Mr Wise" In the early nineties his reputa-
to produce UII""lt.and revolts in I for ages. :I accomplishes the desired results _"A sidewalk ia being laid on tion as a writer and illustrator of
'
the United State. so that these I In this instance youthful stealing Miller street next to the Citizens animal life was far reaching When
gentry will have their hand full Demaree Be with their own affairs." Apparently !!Saturday Eventng' Post said. The I body sympathized with the unfortunate I Homestead Cafe opened was published in 1898 Ic be. me
he bunked upon the protecting i:rtgedifFrince was her inability I student Instead of gaining Saturday. and has been doing a famous, Mr Seton behe\i that
influent' of the International I to dissolve, her own dissentions I the good will, of the student business from the start The proprietor this book founded the nu,Jem
Postal Unon; to !li'p! I 'T f"memV .rM limi-lii rivalries that had I Iin 3ody the Incident, rebounded C G Mnrtin is a put master ,school of animal stone of vvi l'cb
revolution and unrest < ulrlered for yeir He said 'against' the principal. at pleasing the palate 1 he has written many



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:;.....-r Mr:-W [D) Coker last Henry Shumon arrived Tuesday
Thurs4ltf. from New York and Boston C. R. nULL READY
i' 1 I
In and Around Clyde Hinson of Perrino is in the Mrs. S. S. Shields I* confined to
FOR BIG I SEASON
Jumv Archer Smith hospital for her lied aj the result of a fall at
medical treatment her home Saturday evening

Mi Ch.is. Camp-had a& guest i I' Mr. A. Onland U pending this I I IN NEW OFFICES

Homestead "'jndi> Mi and Mrs. Leonard week lilting friends in MiamI.
U',11. r. of Hansonport, N. Y, und : j
I I Mr. and Mr*: George Arbogast of
:M' mi Spring ;, Mr. Vernon N. Y. arrived this :I The newly "iHned ,'ff...c of C. i,
1"I I week for a visit at the home of Bull In the former Log Ta\ir
.
Dr and Mr J M Burton "d Like W Ii It i ""oll'd I in Homestead I FLOUIUA CITYBy Mr. and tin J. (1 Simmon ,I building just south of Princetoi
Atlant ire pending the Thank. :\1"nd"v "% .n i fiendThe ounger Is getting ready for a big eac'
giving holidays with Dr. Burt< n s MM Kc, shine 'pint the day here I 'Urs. H. W. Severn I Mr and Mrs Walton Dixon returned In the buying and marketing i,
parent, :Mr and :Mrs J. L. Burton while her husband md his mother I 11------ I Friday from Berryvllle, Va. tomatoes Mr Bull widely know
went to Miami on bU.III'SJ. but all Mr and Mr*. Sam La Rocco and to tomato grower and packer n .
three and left sons arrived Friday from Oswego, South Dud had offices
stayed overnight I Miami moved Wednesday Into the'i I II his in 11.
Mr and Mrs. J. D. Redd left here Tuesday morning on the return Lewis cottage on the Overseas : N' Y They have taken the Fred Ingraham building m Miami fll
Tuesday night to spend the to Lake Wales Highway I I Brockett cottage on Eighth street several year, but moved to Princeton
Thnnksgivlnig holidays in Aiken, : for the season I about a month ago to be close

S. C. I I' Mr. and Mrs Curtis Lee of Red- H. E. Obenshain man niece, Mrs I Mr. ant Mrs. Hobart Brockett to the scene of growing and pact
land spent the week-end In Wt Mildred Smith of Roanoke Va., left North Hiveti Conn.. Monday ing operation
,,
Pierre McDanleL student at Palm Beach of Dr. and Mr.
a as guest arrived Tueeduy Obenshain for their: Florida City home. The interior of the Log Taver
University of Florida, I* pending Mrs. J. A. Powell.._ wa seriously III during the summer I building has been remodeled to a
a week with his mother Mrs. I I Grover Becker spent Mondayand commentate the large office ton"
Jesse Faith of Miami while he I* Mr. and Mr*. H. D. Long arrived -1 t Tuesday visiting 'hi* sisters i ii which Mr Bull maintain, and I
recovering' from an appendicitis last week from Park River N. Mrs. Alma Doftate and daughter i I Mia Isabel and Miss Mary Becker location on the Federal highwa* .
operation performed in Gainesvilletwo : I D., to spend the farming season in *. Shirley Dean and Joanne, will :i in Mi.nnl : at just about the renter of Ui.
I South I move this week to the Dopey
AlkipatUh Garden
ueeks
ago i I Redland DIStrict and in tile mid
in Homestead. and Mn--Albert:
apartment Mr. Phillips arrived
I I of the packing house that liar .
Mr and Mrs Ernest Sherard Mr. and Mrs. J. M Holferty ol 'I -- Tuesday from Orefield, Pa.
i John TAIlor of East Bend, N. C., the F E. C railroad in consider<
pent the week-end in Vero Beach :South Aliapattah Garden entertained Ideal.
arrived for visit with his
Tuesday a ,
with relatives of Mr. Sherard. I I, II. O. Hamm of Palatka over
the week-end I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and RECEIVE: CFRTIFICITES Among growers and packer V
They were accompanied by Mrs
Mr*. Roy Niell I Bull will serve oil distributor ,
C. C Myers and Mrs. Jessie Beck -- I| Among the members of theHomestead
I Mrs. Fred Smoak of Immokalee season.
both of Redland. ': Henry Brooker, Sr.. of Pahokee Presbyterian Church
underwent a major operation In I Mr Bull! said that
who rece ved certificates for completion growers wit
U III at the home of Mr B. H Ed-
I Mr and :Mrs Hollnter: ; Sage returned j the James Archer Smith hospital',wards. | of a course m the leadership !I packer whom he will serve

Friday from their summer Tuesday :i I _. I II training school held at VAestriln I, distributor thin season Includ
home in Hartford, Conn. 'I Mr and Mr*. Salvatore MusesI *'er Church in :Miami, last week Chas I C.ippalto..tohn/ E: Cam ,
I J. W. Gilleaple and son. Ward I:meci of 08"'lIa. NY. who arrived were Mrs J A Ruk Mrs A F bell. Dn ant 1."un,,,,u\ J E Mu
Harvey Rue Edward Kirby El- of Bedford Va, are spending the VII'W'
this week for the season are ixiupving Darling. Mm Ii" ? \ lossman ra> HI Hutchinso
win Cooper and Howard Lamb, week with :Mr Gillwple's ton-in- ,' the Collier cuttiac "n right). Miss Irene! Jack. M mil, I the, Re' W H Owen. Dick Rice. Brown '
student of* the University 011 law and daughter Mr and Mrs street Geo H Kicks. Peter ch "nct J W Gi linple
Florida at Gainesville spent the J. A. Pollard.Mr. .

week-end at their homes here. I
and Mrs. W. W. Bcthee of
Mr and :\In. August Burrichter Princeton had M gUMtt but ""week
" of N.ironja are announcing the Mr. Bcthea uncles, Wm. Gamty
j I t birth of a seven pound daughter, |'of Starke and Gerald Bethea ">!
Minnd Tuesday morning in the Sanderson.
James Archer Smith hospital 'I
Howard West University of All
Mr and Mrs T. T. Bowen had )Florida student, and his litter
as guests yesterday Mrs. Bowen'i i l' Mia Martha West of Hollywood
1 brother-in-law and sister Mr. and pent the week-end here with
I, Mrs. W J. Hamilton of Pompano. I their parent Mr. and Mr*. S L
?
West. Mr. and Mr R. O. Murrahof Automobiles
I Mi; < Eleanore Hofritv wag a' Miami also spent the weekendat
I week-end guest of Mm Mildred
the West home.
Singe wry of MIami. ,
1Mr I
: and :Mrs Fr.nk Shephardand Mrs. John Russell of TjtarniuIk i
,n, Frank Jr.. arrived rUt in the Tames Archer Smith h", 1
week fi un Woodbury. Conn to pital recovering! from an operation
spend I the inter in Aladdin City. performed last week.
-
The Rev and Mr A. A. Koest- Miss Abbie Holden of Jacksonville -
line "ndir: KCH tlne's I, mother state manager of Woodmen
Mrs r: D Kcx "?. formerly of Circle, and Mrs. K.ithai Ana Ricjrd '.-
Homestead bl" ""-"< \,',,tents of 'on. dhtnl' manager wtit'





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we have. They include the following na- what it can do? 101 or ISfJ, wing you down the road

at 50 on a 30-mile fuel diet.
tionally advertised articles: Doesn't the big kick come from be-

inf first off the mark and winging/ up They even make dnvingeasier, since .I

Shirtcraft Shirts and Pajamas hills M though they weren't there SThere'i they give so much reserve power

: that you'll have lets need for shifting
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English; Ascot I gears.
you can get such thingi-from a
Paris, Belts and Suspenders that's in
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Brand Bedroom Slippers 1 i that flashing tclton-onJ economy loo
But when you can Su1CK pmc"

Radnor RobesLambKnit I Our FIREBALL design and Compound get these and txtalGIN AT

Sweaters Carburetion let ut use a setter performance

standard high gear that has the lame -hadn't you better 935 ,
Victoria Leather Jackets '
economical result as so-called g*.. at least drive Buick

Linen Initial HandkerchiefsPoll saving devices to find out about it? for the
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I . Social Events in South Dade . .



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CANDLE-LIGHT CHURCH SERVICE UNITES I MISS JOAN KELLUM AND OTHA HACKLER
I The Calendar

MISS MELBA BONDS AND THOMAS FORREST I -----..............- I ARE WEDDED IN CHURCH CEREMONYThe

Nov 22-Annual congregation! -

Mm Melba Bond, daughter of I gladioli and lavender babvs supper and meeting of St. John: marriage of Miss Joan Immediately alter the ecreimny

Mt and Mn M J Bond oli breath I Nov 22.-Redland Home I 'm- lum of Coral Gables. a I a reception was held at the home

; Hid*. became the bride of I The bridesmaids frock of yellow onsti.ition Club meeting at :2 p. m. \ Homestead girl and Otha Kl'I-1 of Mr. and Mrs Floyd Williams In

Thomas Woodrow Farmt at a can- taffeta, was cut Oas'i l in Redland Community Church Hackler ton of Mrs Helen Coral Gables The living room wn

itlr-light ceremony In the! Goulds lines and her bouquet madeof No2 -Meeting of Homestead ier of Homestead was decorated with Christmas vine ,

Baptist Church Sunday afternoon yellow baby chrysanthemums Art Club at home of Miss Bertha at a candlelight service in the St. pink gladioli and form The centerpiece -

it !5 clock. The Rev Noah white gladioli and blue babys Nil) Hiunmon at 3.30 o'clock. I Stephens Episcopal Church in of the dining room table

Peterson of Homestead pastor breath Ko23-Home beautification Coconut Grove Friday evening at was a large! wedding cake decorated -

performed the ceremony The little flower girl In a long class at 7.30 p. m. In H II S. agricultural 8 o'clock. The Rev Benjamin W. with white roses Cake nnd

The church was decorated with blue moire taffeta dress laced from rooms ,: Soper. rector of the church performed punch were served by Miss Hciti

potted palms, pink gladioli and neckline to waist, dropped rose : Mov 23-Election of officers ol,I the ceremony. and Mrs William Schafer of Miami -

Christmas vine petals from the basket which resembled Jennie Lobdell Circle at l'l'tln'l The church was decorated with sister of the bride
Mill Lena Belle Bonds sister of a big open rose. at home of Mrs Lloyd Field I white-flowered Christmas vine! For her wedding trip the bride

the bride, was maid of honor and Mn Bonds Wore a soldier blue Nov. 28.-Social. meeting ol I and ferns donned a dark green jersey dress
Miss Oulda Leggett was bridesmaid dress with navy accessories, and Homestead oman i Club. with matching turban and other
Miss Geraldine Rciti of Homestead -
Robert Wsgnon of Perrineis her corsage in fashioned from Nov. 27-Meeting of Redbnd W. accessories of black.
and John Graves of Homestead
best man. William Hilson and pink gladioli Hud blue. yellow and S. C. S. with Mrs Frank W Still- Mr. and Mrs Hackler are now
Cohen Leggett served as usher white baby'i breath man. i uncle of the bridgegroom residing at 1134 Obispo avenue in
attendant
Emma Jane Rives, daughter of I Immediately\ after the ceremonythe I Nov. 28-Meeting of Woodmen :were the Coral Gables

Mr and Mrs. Green Rives of young couple left for a tour I Circle with Mrs. W. D. Coker. The bride was given In marriage The bride U a member of a pioneer -

Homestead was the flower girl through the state Nov -Third annual Junior Ii by he rbrother J. E. Kellum. Miami family and a graduateof

.nd Billy Evan. son of Mr and I For traveling the bride wore a I Woman Club cabaret. She wore a white taffeta gown Miami Edison High School.

MrArthur Evans of Goulds. was green velvet dress made princess Dec Meeting of Y. W. A. ol I fashioned with long pointed The bridegroom was graduated

ring bearer style and black accessories 'First Baptist Church of Homestead sleeves. tight bodice and long, full from Homestead High School.
The bride entered on the arm I Mn Forrest has spent most of ) at home of Mist Ellen\ Vann. skirt. Above sweetheart neckline -

of her father by whom she was her life In Gouldi She was graduated I.. Dec 2-Business meeting of. of the dress was a strand of FELLOWSHIP CLASS ||\g

given In marriage 1 from Redlnnd High School Junior Woman's Club. pearls given her by the bridegrooms \SKSO1M\O: SUFFER

She was clad in a white slippertin and completed a commercial training Dec. 2-Meeting of W. M U mother Her veil attached Members of Wesley Fellowship

< gown made with train fitted. course at Stetson University at circles to a halo of lace. was of Class ot the Homestead Methodist

h,dice. sweetheart neckline and Deland.Mr. : Dec 2-Garden Club meetingwith tulle in finger-tip length. She Church held a pot-luck supper In

:ing ..ll'l'lI.r veil of fingertip Forrest n a son of W. F. I Mrs. O. W. Calkins carried an old-fashioned bouquetof observance of Thanksgiving at the

length hung from a cap of lace Forrest of Stuart Miss He was Dec Business meeting of W. I sweetheart roses blue tuberoses I Sunday School buildirtg Tuesday

and orange blossoms Her bouquet educated in Stuart, and though he s. C. S, in Homestead Methodist 'I and white rout-buds evening Short speeches were made

of the new bridal wreath has spent the past six winters I Church at 3 o'clock. i Miss Reite swore a blue-violet I By Mrs. Allan Klssam Mini Antoinette -

variety was fashioned of white farming In Goulds, he has spent Dec. 3 -Meeting of Outlook dress with embroidered net waist I Moye and Robert C\.t.

roses, baby'i breath tube roses the summers farming in Stuart Circle with 111.Iary McNeill. puff sleeves and a long crepe skirt After supper games were played
and chrysanthemums Mn Forrest was honored witha Dec Business meeting of which flared from a lowered waistline and group singing was enjoyed

The maid of honor wore a gown miscellaneous shower given recently Homestead W. S. C. S. in church. On her head was a cap fashioned Miss Helen Field. Miss Mary
of dusty rose taffeta made with at the Perrlne clubhouse by Dec. Spaghetti dinner and from Christmas wine blossoms Eleanor Williams and Mr. Cast had

fitted bodice, puff sleeves and Mn Clark Roberts. Mn Hugo food sale of Sacred Heart! Society.Dec. and a red rose. Her bouqquet, charge of arrangements
long skirt,, and she carried a three- Vihlen Mn Fred Jordan, Mn F. 4-Meeting of Legion Aux- also was made of red roses and Others present were: the Rev
pointed bouquet of rose and white E. Sharp and Miss Lfaaett.appolntmenta iliary at 8 p. m. Christmas vine and Mrs. J. J. Richards, Mr and
Dec. 6.-Meeting of Woman'sAuxiliary Mn Lloyd Field. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr*. Kellum wore a rose silk
Dave Williams Mn Casper Williams -
I UNIVERSITY CLUB HEARS GIRL SCOUT I Dec Election of Episcopal of officers Church.of dress with a dark blue redingote Miss Mary McNeill, Miu

LEADER TALK ON WORK OF SENIOR TROOPMiss Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S. and matching of accessories Her corsage Helen Moye. Mill Effie Booth Roy
was yellow baby chrysanthemums and
Dec 10.-Business meeting of Nelson Sparkman Holding
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Willard Norman.
Homestead Woman' Club.
Gertrude Stiener of Miami committee : education Mrs Hackler mother of the
of Redland P
Dec 11
Girl Scout executive. told the Mn Geo. D. Ruehle Miss -Mooting bridegroom wore .i dark blue Mr and Mn Sam J. DaIs md
,. T. A. at 8 p. m
University Club about senior Girl Margaret Ames Mrs. Thomas frock with matching accessoriesand Mrs. Maud E. Chandler were dinner -
Review Club
Dec. 11 Book
:
Scout work at a meeting<< of the Murphy; membership Mrs. Rudolph a corsage of yellow baby chrysanthemums guests of Mr. and Mrs loci

lub held Wednesday night at the Mattson Mn Geo. L. Polk meeting Dec 13 In library of Princeton I I Belov' in Coral Gables Friday
Meeting
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home of Mn Howard Johnson. I Miss Loll Behrens. Mn Green
Demonstration Club with
tome!
Rives Mrs T. J. Bleier
; program
Philip Simmons, sor of Mr. andMrs Mrs Walter Peterson

Emmett Simmons and Max- I I Fl-field. Dec 1iLfloland! Legion
no Walker, daughter of Mr. and Christmas
party
I I Auxiliary supper
W.
an H Webster: publicity Mn THEDIXIE
Mrs. T. J. Walker charmed the J. R. at 6.30 in Legion hall.
Mrs.
R. Bird Mrs. Johnson I
group with songs from the recentlypresrntl'd I Dec 17-Rotary Christmas party
Rutland Miss Josephine Cook:
"
operetta, Pinocihio: ,, Dec. 17-Chrislma. party of
finance Mrs R. J. Elliott, Mn
The children wore costumes they Homestead W. S. C. S.
James Bird Mrs H J. Thurman DRUG
had worn in the play.Announcement 'I Dec. 18-Meeting of UniversityClub
Mri W. B. Mills; social Mn Paul I
was made that Reynolds. Mrs. E. B. Blackburn i at home of Mrs J. R Rut-

the bridge tournament had netted Mn Bevo Webb Mrs. R. L. Scott, 1 land. FOLKllomectead HOWARD JOIINSOV
$97.25. Mrs J. G. Wynn was unanimously Mn Lonnie L. Hood. Dec 20: -All day meeting of JACK
elected to membership In : Homestead Home Demonstration Fla. Phones SI and tlOl
the club. The hostesses Mrs. B. M. Hind- I! Club. I I

man and Mrs. Bleier served open- I Dec. 21-Christmas dance sponsored
!Mn Bleier gave an outline of faced sandwiches and chocolate. :
1 by Junior Woman Club m METAL FRAME GOGGLES
the vear s programs The next Mrs. R. B. Brown a STAG .. ,
was guest Club '. While m
meeting. she said will be held Dec. of the club. : J I Homestead Country (Q- ,, DUCK HAT ....._, ,...... Practical t. 4*.
18 at the home of Mrs. Rutland /II. b1; f.lie Li J' Mt' sport Ml1"'
md Mn Rutland and Miss Lois HOroacOpt'M I I
the members provided .ilh .011.... rtiI-; 011'
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Behrens will be the hostesses at I .,.." 39c
an amusing program .t.
a riaea -- -
!Mn Lawrence tleiker president B. P. W. C lunVloon\ In th.1 I 49C .N tra sloe .
announced the following restaurant Tuesday
I E-Z-I Air Flow
Jl Soap ",.d. .
TAM 1C rob,. tree) .act } CAPo"VISOR6.N

i -/or r.1,tli; :;: Made of owl MO.
facial withyrolia l
41.6M. .t.
\ jars Vicar boa .4wtl.,
: y 25 Qn.arsios .101. head .....cI.It .
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DINNER and POLISHING tic Hind Cream tie
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60e Porter Healing Oil MeJ5e
i Ask feet

Lida Victor's ghumllk 19!

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GREEN LANTERN RESTAURANT r........' w..wALICE'S
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PARLOR Sea brine to.< n- 10* Cas-dul -.. ... 190
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te Jeone Ito.uland AI..u.rnnue FRESH ICE CREAM DAILY -
Leonard' AY.

..*...11...| In Pn .. WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE CREAM.
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!CHORUSES ARE SELF FOR ANNUAL COOKIE SHOW HELD

JUNIOR WOMAN'S Cl Ll'B CABARET NOV. GO! BT HOMESTEAD CUBA

cookie ..Iwl'Au.. the feature '
of the meeting of the Homestead I I
Social EventsHOMESTEAD I,, Mr It." bert Katz who was J Walker Indian braves are: Home (),omolllir..l1nn Club FridayIn

formerly dancer with the famous !I Fred Barker Too Oldendorf. \\'u- the Neva King Cooper School

stage comedy team of Webber i llam Kopp, Herman Thomas Har- auditorium

and Fields, will take part In I old Lumpkkn Clayton !
I l.'hman'l Miss Eunice Grady Nunhme !
the third annual Junior Woman Bud Thomas of Miami

P. T. A. HEARS REPORTS :'Club cabaret to be presented In i R tod. Mn Miusclw hite will\ sing demonstration agent furnished I
each
I the Chamber of Commerce buildIng In the Lend of the Sky Blue V ater' I membt'rllh u booklet in
OF DELEGATES TO STATE CONVENTIONA I which were Truiikstiiv and
Nov 30. The cabaret Is sponI and Mrs Herman Marks will
-- I looted by the Woman's Club ofHomestead I!I play a violin obligate Harold Chrtilma recipes andpace to

': and the Junior Woman .md Mary Bee. a brother and sister ropy other holiday retipes Miss
sound film shown by the Dade Hliing that is colorful ioy.us"< I Grady also dtspls ed bible decorations -
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i Club of Homestead dance team from Miami, will
County Tuberculosis Assouitionnd :Mrs R. E. And"I'1 in it"MINIing + Miss for Th.mlugh, Day.
reports of delegates who attended | the address on safety by Mis |Pearlhlttaker Is general chsir- do an Indian adagio
man Miss Chadwlrk will do another Mrs. R. .T Mister was elected
the state convention ot the i Marion Telford of Chicago notional |
I Mr*. Katz Is and number and Harold and Mary secretary of the ilub
Florida Congress of Parents and I safety chnirmin said m owner operator I'I
Teachers In Miami last week substance: 'of Avoiado Lodge on RedJand Bee will do a jitterbug number. A committee composed of Mrs.

formed the program of the No. 'I "Florida has a higher accidental I road, I i I Mrs Connelly Is being assistedin Fred Suber and Mr Gt Cooler

vembcr meeting of the Homestead death rate than any other state I' She will lead "Lillian Russell"number :I directing rshO'U by herdaughter. was appointed by the pivsident,

P. T. A. in the Nl'\'a King Cooper | Children need safe parents, homes I by members of the senior and Mrs Geo N. Wakefkld to find a

School Wednesday afternoon And schools should be mechanically -I woman club of which she Is amember. I'I her daughtcr-ln-Uw Mrs Si Con- suitable meeting place for the club

"The president of the National safe. children should havean Others who will dance 'nellvMn. because the room In the leers King

Congress of Parent and Turhl'rs.1 opportunity to develop skills are: Mn P. J. Franklin. Mrs I. Adrian Jacob Is accompanist Cooper School where the dub has

Mrs. Wm Klctzer of Portland Ore they are interested In. they should I McLean. Dr. Irene Shanklin, P'I and Floyd Wheatleys orchestra been meeting is now to be used asa

in her address on 'The Child in have safe transportation to school Henry Ruegg Mrs Harry D. of Miami will play for music room.

His Community' told the BOO delegates I they should be protected from unregulated I and Mrs Paul Carson. Mrs. H dinclng George Cooper will be An all day meeting will be heM

at the convention how they \ use of fireworks, adequate Foulk president of the senior master of eeremunies on the next meeting date. Dee 2(1,
I group will sing "Put on Your Old The doors will open at ten 0'- when Christmas
is P. T. A. members could work i supervised play areas should wreaths will\ be
through the home, the school and :be provided child labor laws Grey Bonnet." clock and dance music will be made A pot-luik luncheon will be
Most of the other eleven numbers played until II oiUxk when the served and will beI'Xl'hnna..d.
the chw'ch.frs. Ben Archer reported should be enforced and streets candy recipes
-I I and highways should be made safe I to be presented will be Junior floor show will btgin Ticketsmay .
club numbers be purchased at the door.
"In discussing proper control by strict driver lefinlntion The Miss Cindy announced that

Children in the home," Mrs. Archer driver who has had intoxicants is Stanleyhittkop will be soloist Christmas wreaths made by thecounty
I MRV :MRRFlOII)s1
said 'the national :33: times for the opening chorus. Gtt
president remarked as likely to have nn accident -I home demonstration women -
the Moon Out of Your Miss (.1\ E 1I."I ('RGlR FRY
that someone described as one who has not." Fjes will be on display' lire IJ and
home as the place where everything Mrs James Nesbitt reported the Mar>an Chadwuk who leaihcsthe Mr and Mrs Paul Rivnoldsen- I 14 m her office in the county courthouse

Is controlled by a switch except talk given by Miss Katharine Len-I Junior Woman Club Dancing ''tamed the employees of liovalPalm .
I School will i l do f I Ice Company nut their u ices I
the child." root chief of the federal children's a tap specialty | _
I Mrs Herbert Turner md Early : at a hamburger fly last nitlit at -
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Among the points made by the bureau on theVhilr House con-
president she said. were these: fotcnce on 'Chi Mi en in a Dtmoi- I Dendv will waltz to the tune, the 'ui' plant !Mi Reynolds is manages MRS 11 DM \'i HONOR Gl'FST

Mastery of tools of lodly-bl-I racv" !IW'm." .. Blue Gown," sung by Mrs of the company j ON ('I.( I\I IIMIIM1 TRIP
ft'I..I. MuwelwhUe and Si 'I''I'I I Those present were: Mr. and
cycles, cars radio. moving John Grave study coursethnirman I Connelly The Rain or Shine Club honoredMrs
Mrs Mr. Mrs
Robert Lance and
tures-is the concern of the PI"-I reported that Geo. N :son of Mis; Lillian: : Connelly, dl-I Lee U IMll1\lIn 'her birthday .
| rector of the cubaret | Wilson Crosby, Mi and Mrs
Schools should gleam \\'ak'flcld.'ol'allonal agrlcultui" Je-I
seph nensuin, Mr and Mrs .. No14, when a Mum trip
lights In the evening since school l teacher, will co-operate with the I i Eight members of the juniorclub .. given by Mihi.ink H Hue
| Mrs Harold Giver, Mr and Mrs rdTI.d.II.! .
Oxford Mrs
should be community centers P. T. A. by giving a in I .
course
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I Ansrl Bairow Mrs Mi and Mrs Lloyd King Mr and Those intending Mr and
Geo H Fitzpatrick
We believe In educating from the home beautification at 7'30 dock -
Mrs. Paul Loaner, Mrs Mrs Pat lloutwright Mi and MrsJ. Mrs Rue. Mr. and Mrs Lehman,
cradle to the araSchool build each Monday in the ;
agriculture -
evening W. \. Mrs. Frank Skill and Julian IL
F. B. Green n'rs: Lloyd Witt, Miss I A. Prmhs of Miami
ings should be used i in summer.School rooms. Various authorities .
I Pearl Whittaker and Miss Gerald- Sliuler and Mr. and Mrs Rcvnolds.MRS. Webster
grounds should be used ai will be guest speakers In the
community play centers course, she said and plants and in. Reiti, are in the Dnnrlng on

"The child needs a firm spiritual cuttings will bo given those who a Dlm(''' chorus Mi \\ittkop will JACK SULLIVAN IS GIVEN BRIDAL

anchor to meet the future He I desire them The course is free sing and Miss Jane Catlin will perform SHOWER AT HOME OF MISS KATHRYN MARSH I

should at least know the basic Mrs Green Rives, membership a combined acrobatic andball..1 :

spiritual truths-the fatherhood j chairman, reported 241 paid memberships dnnre : -
Mrs. E A. I Mrs. Jack SuIlJ'an'as given amiscellammna j|l| Mrs. Wm Fulllard. Mrs C u.I .
of God and the brotherhood of|i Eight rooms have 100%: I Buchanan and Mrs
man. In our desire to give the membership records the said the Stanley Wittkop sisters. will do a bridal shower Fnd) I'I! Hillard Mrs Umald Sulliv' n. Mrt

child Independence in religion we senior room In the high school and I dance number They are members'of evening at the home of Miss 1! Curl Deden Jr Mrs cited Sullivan -
Mrs Elmer Sulll\.ln. Mr-
have raised a generation alerglc to the rooms of the following elementary the Junior Woman Club Chorus ,
religion. school teachers: Mrs I directed by Miss ChadvvkkFor Kathryn Marsh. by Miss Marsh I i i Robinson. !Mass Nun I Dial.. Miss
Miss Edna Forte and Miss Constance Jamie Richards. Mi-s SU/V 1"11-
We must realize the tremendous Gladys Cooper who was first, a Jazz dance Practice
Hunter Before her Miss Kathleen 1 II'ivd, Miss
marriage gi'tt.
Importance of leisure The Mrs. Virginia Edwards. Mrs Edna I Make.'rf..I.," by a group of !
Mrs Sullivan AliasClaudia Missluv Frances -
w EleanorSullican
soul Is dyed the color of the leis Thurman Miss Eula Ray, Mrs. young girls Mrs Buchanan will besoloist. is .
Conner Arthur, Pot Jeanette ml
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ure. What sort of coloring vats Lonme Hood. Mrs. W. M. Fifieldand In this dunce are Miss
!Mir Joel J. Robinson and Alias Annette Cmiphill. Mn-is Myrtle
does your community contain? Our Mrs. J. O Wynn. Jane Gatlm Miss Kathryn Marsh, I I .
Deity Drown were pnz.1Int'. and Doris Conner Mi" imir OaiI -
young people flock to the roadhouse Mrs. M. F. White president Miss Edna Forte. Miss Constance
In a orntesl Various games wen I tin Miss \\onne 1'nllaid MissKilhlern
because there they find music awarded attendance prices to !Mrs Hunter Miss Charlotte Geronimo
played during the Afternoon Fieeman. ibis, Kfie. Mae
rhythm laughter We should Cooper room and Mrs J. R. Rut and Mrs Thomas Cheeseborough i 1
I Those invited wctt Mn T .I Waters MisNina, Bullird Miss
substitute for the roadhouse some- land room. diughter of Mrs Connelly Miss
I Wilkei Mrs Fielding RuHII., : \\'d\ i ''''II"n :Ms I ri' lines Lamb,

Yvonne Pollard and Miss Dive Sullivan MM t II Hutu Mi B.ttv .I I mi' M.iIn" in. Miss
CORAL GABLES MUSIC CLUB PRESENTS I hen Freeman will do a !MlO And
II Sulli.dnI: 1 1"?" \1..1' x \ Mis-i' Eunice

number. Klllh'l II1II1..rct.Irs! J. l 11 i., III,. 1 \11 tOiUiiidi Ime' I I. lil' Mi's V Idrtd, Craft
PROGRAM HERE FOR MONDAY MUSIC CLUBThe I I
Ij About sixteen from ,
Wdllam MiIi ( h I" rid Mil' H sic II
j(I junior club and the :

Coral Gables Music Club Rue Mrs J. T Vann Mrs G. will do a Ln Conga dance Practice ; hills

presented a program of musical I i Gault Mrs H K. Fan Ik. Mrs. Bevo for this number began last

numbers and one-act play at the Webb Mrs. Vane Harris, I'j night Visit

meeting of :Monday: Music Club I' R. E. Edwards, Mrs ,' I The feature of the evening will

on Nov. 18 at the home of Mrs. I Marks, Mrs J. II Elder !Mrs i be Dimce of the Indians Indian i

Julian H Webster (i Musselw hite, Mrs Lonme L maidens. members of DM Jim
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Mrs A Beverly Kelly, Coral I Mrs Frank Webb, Mrs Robert !''lor club are Mrs Turner. Mi 1, I SEARS TOVLAND
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Gables president, introduced the Rutland Mn Lee H Lehman i i| EdwIn McGarrah Mn Anstlllnrow 1 "

program chairman Mrs. Parks I| Miss Bertha Nil! Hausmnn Miss Mrs. Clifton DtB"I'ry.11' I

Hunter who presented the follow- Elaine Rheney and Miss Vara Bruce Fnnls, Mrs Wilburn Rod And See (the ( rl'31l''ots'oortmt'nl! of TojsVc

ing program: piano solo. "Rondo' Rheney I Mrs. Richard Huff and Mis T

Caprlciosa' (Mendelssohn). by I \ *, e 1-:\er Shown :

Mrs. Dorothy Moore; soprano I '
solos "I Know a Lonely Garden" Santa will be there (. .. .1.
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(d'H irdelot) and "Now Sleeps the cone )ou!

Crimson Petal' (Quilter). by Miss .

Joyce Kelly; and the dramatic! I ANNOUNCEMENTWe Meet Itunilileluinlilrloe .

number, "A Ring on Her Finger' II thai funny. tit Itrira tile roe

directed by E. E. Pennock and hear on the radio! ;

sented by Miss Gracie are pleased: to announce to our customersand I
Miss Eleanor Sheet. Robert Prl'j !
Sean KtLlM lIullllln.ah. .-
1m and Bob Stmothe.Mrs. friends that
Anthony .
i iKATHEnIE an parking 'lot-rasr telet
J. D Redd Homestead
lo-nu steps I* i limb!
Ident, conducted a short business

session before. the program VAADAS[ I II .
Refreshments were served by the I The only Tot Und In Miamilurtlrd

hostesses. Mrs W. B Mills, Mn and I on the irounil floor'

H. L. Brandenburg and Mrs Webster I II I

BETTY BOWEN CASSUBEhave :
Other Coral Gables guests of

the club were: Mrs Fennock, i I The most wonderful TO\ L.\\P: awalu you it Sears: It's thrill-
Mrs. C. Ulrich Flanagan and him
Helen Warner resumed their connection as operators withus I Inf-with IU huge electric train track IU funny monkeys he....

from the Homestead best ef all Santa and ItumlilelumblrtoethrnurUes
Those attending Inf by their tails and-
Clarence and will be pleased to greet their I
club were: Mrs In person! (lIun-th.tI" plenl) of free parking' I
Gray Mrs. Howard Johnson Mrs.
S L. West Mrs. B. E. G Uln. clients:: once again i iI '
'Hear Santa and tile Meow ales ever MIUI. al 1 11 every evraInt -
H. Collier, Mrs. E. H Mina! I
Mrs. W. E. Rheney Mrs. I (except Saturday and !Sunday' ).

Bird. Mrs W. M Fifield Mrs I Mae Morris Beauty Shop

Redd, Mrs Frank H-iusman, Mrs'
L P. McLean, Mrs. Lloyd Diets Kreme Aye at N. \\. 3rd St.

Mrs. Walter E Oaby Mrs. Sam J
Davis, Mrs. Carl F. Robinson Mrs. I HomeMead Phone set\\

'Geo.. N. Wakefield. Mrs. Ceo. M. Miami, Biscayne Boulevard, 13th to I UK Streetsf'

rrtck. Mr* A, W, Hutchinson,
Mn. A. K. Logan Mrs C ttaglef t I

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Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, November 22 1940

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LIBERTY 1 ANNUALS TO BE THEMEOF :
REBEKAH LODGE WELCOMES
ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS I :MO\DV :MEETINGThe
MRS. CROOKS
ASSEMBLY PRESIDENTI
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i XMEN! : ) CLUB: TO MANAGE EXHIBITS I The state president of Rcbrkah i night were: Mrs. Hurry D. Wolfe, of the homo beautification

FLOWERS: AND SHRUBS AT FESTIVALI ,;Assembly, Mrs. Myrtlr:. Crunks" i.f Mrs. A. W. Jones, Mrs. H. B. jrl.it.s i winch George N. Wakefield
Fort Pierce made her iffici.il! \ isit Beattie, MI'.. Pacetti, Mrs. Cap-' will hold .it 7.30 p. m. in the agricultural -
-- to Liberty Rcbekah lodge in Home- linger, Mrs. Chapman and Mr.Grinold. i rooms of Homestead High
I II Gallagher, manager oft 1 tropical plants In the rock pit here. stead Monday. I I|School. Individual problems will

] 1"41 I Fruit Festive!, met with I The club members unanimously She conducted a school of Instruction I On Wednesday night Mr. and I be taken up.
i voted to become members of the Monday morning. At Mrs. R. G. Moon Mr. and Mrs. The class Is being conducted for
It south Dude Garden Club
Audubon Society.An :,noon she was honor guest at a Caplinger, Mrs. R. W. Mulllns and I I Homestead P. T. A. members and
m nbers at the home ol Mrs. El- article on bulbs by Fleida luncheon In Folliord's restaurant, Mrs. Chapman attended a banquet I

bcrt Uule Monday und arranged Hughes was read. and at night a banquet was given given for Mrs. Crooks In Miami. ,in-terested.I
Sal the group to take over the !Mrs O. W. Calkins will be hostess ,tin her honor at the Tropical Cafe. i I be given.
management of the flower and to the club at her home west of After the banqet, Mrs Crooks RED CROSS GROUP j
drub exhibits at the festival and Florida City on Dec. 2, it was an- I attended a meeting of the lodge COMPLETES SEWING 1 I i Christmas
to> plan the flower prize lists In nounced. ,, In the I. O. O. F. hall.
The Red Cross sewing I The group was organized here
I if., premium book. Present besides those members At the meeting Mrs. Sam J. group I
I which had been sewing and knit- through the efforts of the Woman'sAuxiliary
!Mr Alma Shetzline talked on i mentioned were: Mrs. J. A. Ricks, Davis played two violin solos accompanied -
'' ting each Tuesday at the home of of the Homestead Presbyterian
un ightly billboards along our Mrs. T. L. Hodges Mrs. Joel J. by Mrs. Walter Gaby
I I I' Mrs. A. F. Arthur has completed j, Church but it ii open to
highways and recommended that Robinson, Mrs. H. J. Derbyshire and Mrs. Lloyd DeiU sung two I
Its quota of work and will discontinue woman In the district Inter-
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'hi dub follow the plan adoptedb Mri. Edw. Norman, Jr.. Mrs. AnnieR. 'numbers accompanied by Mrs. J any
meetings until after ested in aiding the Red Cross.
> St. Augustine residents-re- | Butler, Mrs. Ben Young, Mrs. D. Redd. ,
fug to make purchases from advertisers ;R. J. Shepherd Mrs. W. K. Haas, 'I A group composed of Mrs. W D. i
I
who clutter up our high- ([Mrs. Grace McLjiU.is* Smith, Mrs. I'I Muhan, Mrs. Carrie I McCullough, :I II
WVK I Roy Math.-rifr4 Herman Hein- 'I I! Mrs. R. O. Moon Mrs. O. C Rad. I I'I

it was suggested, also, that the lein, Mrs. H F.Wtter, Mrs. J. M. 'ford I Mri. Florence Pacetti. Mrs j
lub members interest themselvesin | Dobbin, MrJ; H. Rohrer, Mrs. 'I I Harry Degler, Mrs. Blanche Chap- ,
beautifying Palm Cemetery In Harry D. Jpd Mrs. WmDunlop. ''man and Mrs. E. S. Caplingcr g g
Niiranja and mnke a display of !i ''spelled the name of the president I 1

In a drill, and she was presented x
gifts of Roseville pottery and crocheted '
EASTERN STARS GIVE SUPPER PARTY
E work.
FOR LOCAL MASONS AND THEIR WIVESMasons i Mrs. Crooks Mrs. Mahan the 'I Mean Guaranteed Uxed Cars
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-- grand noble, Mrs. Carrie McCul-

and their wives and: At the Ad Astra meeting following 'lough, the vice-grand noble and CHEVROLET )DELUXE: BUSINESS
I 1939
Mrs.
Eastern Star members and their the supper, the chapter decidedto Caplinger, district deputy
president, received COUPE Black finish low mileage; radio.
husbands enjoyed a supper party send a basket of home-made corsages. ;
I
Fndny night In the I. O. O. F. hall jellies to the Masonic home In St. The hall was decorated in pink I Mechanically guaranteed.
H en by Ad Astra Chapter of the Petersburg for Thanksgiving. :,and green, the president's colors.
O F S. I Mrs. Frank Schneider announcedthat Distinguished, guests at the meetIng 1937 PLYMOUTH: DELUXE) FORDOR SEDAN

A program arranged by Miss the jelly may be left with Miss were: Mrs. Fern Armficld,I II Green finish; radio ; seat covers ; practically
who has of the i treasurer of the state assembly;I
rather Livingston presented. Livingston charge I
wag
Mrs. Hazel Sunderland, marshal new tires. :Mechanically guaranteed.
Mr I. P. McLean sang "Beautiful basket or with Mrs. A. R. Living- I of;
'the state assembly; Mrs. Ida Carr,
Dreamer, "Fairy Bell" and I
'Because I Walk With Thee" and ston.A.. R. Meybem was Initiated into district deputy president; H. B. 1938: CHEVROLET FORDOR SEDANIaroonfinish

Mist Mary Eleanor Williams gave the order. 'Beattie, past grand master; and : ; seat covers ; all steel body ; hydraulic -

two readings, "Deauty" and a se- Officers will be elected at the,Claus Grlnold grand patriarch of brakes.
'r ,rtion from "Huckleberry Finn", next meeting Dec. 6. '[the grand encampment. I'
Mr.' Sam J. Davit, violinist Jose 'I i I Those from Homestead who at- I 1937: FORD 157" TRUCK-Motor only been useda
O.-in.i., 'cellolst. and Mrs. W. E. :MRS. RYRl'M: IS HOSTESS tended a meeting of Coral Rebekah i stake racks. i
short time flat body with high
G 11)\'. pianist played "Cerceuse" TO JUNIOR B. V. P. f. GROUPOfficers I(Lodge in Coconut Grove TuesdayGeo. ; I

i -l Humore.'que.rn ." of the Junior B. Y. P. U. Smith, Mrs. J. D. Redd Mrs.J. I Several other trucks to choose froni
of the First Baptist Church of
\ 'ng those present at the sup- '
U. Free, Mrs. J. P. Anderson. ALL DAY THURSDAY 1iO28TU
Homestead met at the home of ME WILL BE CLOSED
Mr. and Mrs. Max Los-
1 PC i \< ere: Mrs. J. A. '
McNeill, Mrs. A. S.
Mrs. J. R. Byrum Tuesday nightto
r Mr and Mrs. Oeo. W. Turner
.1 Mr und Mrs. Adams plan programs for the coming Moye Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Roy :
Harry
Darbey, Mrs. H. L. Co.Oldest
Brown Mrs.C. ; Bird Chevrolet I
\'i, \had Mrs. Edw. Norman, Mr. month. Bugler .
Rice Mrs.
01'11. Hanson, '
I MM, W. B. Caves, Mr. nnd Present were: Ruth Byrum,
I Miss Helen Dealer Florida East Coast
Livingston Mrs. Davit, : Chevrolet on
''i-" .1 W. English, Mr. and Mrs. president Catherine Shackleford Mrs. English and Mrs. Homestead, Florida Telephone 98 I
secretary, and Barbara Jean Smith Roil/: I .
\ Meybem. Mr. and Mrs. Sam ---- ---- -- -
!1'1' "i.,'Mrs Henry Carter Mrs.I and Charles Martin, grqup cap -
I .1, n lI.z. Mrs. R. W. Mullins, tains. Charles! Shafer Is adult 1 -
M I Herbert Kutz. Mrs. Frank leader and Mrs. A. D. Brannonand ; ,i
v' i IM 'ider, Mrs. J. E. Davis Mn. !Mrs. Dyrum are counselors I I II II
Mrs. McLean, Misses I Es-
Mu1 Helen Livingston and W. S. C. S. COMPLETES I

Williams.Mltv PLANS Final plans FOR SITPER for a supper to bt Let's All Get Behind

served to members of the St.
KICK TALK John's Episcopal Church tonightin
or \IM\O SCHOOL the Sunday school building of
M: J. A. Rieks told of the the Homestead Methodist Church
,' i hIP training school Miami were made at a joint meeting of This Slogan:
1 t t'I'l'k at a meeting of the all circles of the Woman's Societyof
\v "11.0' Auxiliary of the Home.Ie Christian Service Tuesday at

.-( .,J! I'icsbyttrlan Church Nov. 14 Royal Palm State Park where ,
,n the home of Mrs. Gordon E. they were the guests of Mr. and i I

Dill.Mrs!, C. lien Plummer had I''I Mrs.Mrs.E.J.E.E. Atkinson.Davis will have charge Send Redland District Fruit in !

charge of the Bible study period. of the dining room and Mrs. C. D.
Present were: Mrs. Frank Eaker. Mrs. J. W. English and Mrs.
Hathaway, Mrs. R. B. G'I I Selma Reitz of the kitchen. It
I Gift Boxes. It carries
!Mrs. J M. IIotr..rty.frft! R. was decided. your
Jackson, Mrs. Geo. M. Frick, C'I I Mrs. J. J. Richards conducteda
Carl F Robinson. Mrs. Paul Haley. ,' study class.Present .
Mrs Geo. D. Reuhle. Mrs. M. F. i, were: MM. O. L. Showalter better---arrives in bet-

Hook, Mn. Frank Robinson. Mrs ,: Mrs. D. L. Bowen Mrs. H. M.
N. Van Celdnn.I Mrs T L Hodgesand J Gibbs, Mrs. Eaker, Mrs. Ben
Mrs. Wm Lounsberry. i'Young Mrs. H. M. Brown Mrs. ter condition"Let's

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t. .aea Coconut Grove, district manager! NATIONAL ART WEEK Harris, mayor of Homestead, do generously purchase the same In
SOCIAL EVENTS were guest speakers at a meeting hereby proclaim that In the City of order that the slogan "American
of Royal Poinciana Grove Wood- PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS Homestead there be observed during I Art for Every American Home"
.."""",,,,,,,.,,.,,..,,,,,,..,,.,,.,,.,,..,,.........,,...,.... men Circle Nov. 14 at the home of the week of November 29-De-- may become a reality
1.1 ART CLUB: TO MEET MONDAY Mrs. W. D. Coker. In order to promote cember I. 1940, National Art Week: T. J. HARRIS.
I, AT MISS HU'SMAN'S HOME Miss Holden spoke on the national stimulate and develop American that in said week all painters and Mayor of Homestead. :
1 Mrs. Frank Hautman and her institute to be held In Omaha art and crafts, to aid :md encour- craftsmen be given an opportunity'
;; next June and told of the educational age the workers therein and to to exhibit their work and the peo Leader-
Hausman fund from which young I give the people an opportunity for pie opportunity to acquaint For results use
k Art Club at the Porvenu home members of the circle may borrow'to a better knowledge and appreciation themselves with such work and Enterprise Classified Ad
of the latter Monday afternoon complete their schooling. of such walk the Presidentof .
Woolen Miami artist, the United States has set apart
Clarence Mrs. Richardson told of work being -
II the week of November 23-Docem-: I
Will be the speaker.FLORIDA
done District Four.
I. by ber 1, 1940, as National Art Week, Eat your. .
Mrs. Florence Pacettl reported on
t CHg RCII GROUP andWHEREAS
the district convention held in during such week
!(I r HAS SOCIAL MEETING: Miami last Wednesday. there will be exhibitions III I
Mrs. Lloyd Dietz and Mm Roy I'I Mrs. Coker served cake and the United States many In order to afford Dinner
!it' Chandler entertained the W W. coffee I the workers an opportunity to ex- Turkey
I : )f, C. Class of Florida City Com-
I munity Church at the Deltz home', The next meeting will be held I hibit the results of their skill and
ability and the people an
Thursday evening After the business iNov.28 oppor- DAY
j I" I tunity to see such work and to OX THANKSGIVING
bingo ,
meeting
was played purchase the same; and
. and ice box cake and coffee were Mrs, Ben Archer, president of WHEREAS, during this week (and every Sunday))
lerved. the Business and Professional WoI Imen's there will be an exhibition In I
oil" Those present wereMrs.: W. E. Club of Homestead attendeda Homestead to afford all artists and -AT-
Rowell Mr. Spurgeon Davis Mn luncheon given In Miami Tues- I craftsmen of the Redland Districta I
.. George Davis Mrs. Fred Barker day In honor of Miss Margaret suitable occasion to exhibit their
Mrs. Harold Rohrer, Mrs Harvey LaFoy field worker of the Na- work and the people of this dis-
f. Rohrer Mrs. Charles Clinton Mrs. tional Federation of Business Pro- I trict an opportunity to see and to
FOLLIARD'SRESTIIURTINT
m Margaret Kennedy, Mrs. Roy Niell, fessional Women's Clubs purchase the same; and.
1 Mrs. Clyde Niell, Mrs. Johnny I WHEREAS, it is an excellent
Becker Mrs: D. Wells Miss
I thing to have in our homes example -
Jewell Morris and Miss Louise Not So Much In some form of American art
i Booker. She: "How much do you hap anti crafts hot only because of the
. pen to have on you dear?" beauty and usefulness of the par- I
,1 E STATE OFFICERS VISIT He: "Between 98 and 100 dol- ticular work and the happiness In
LOCAL WOODMEN CIRCLE lars""Isn't Ills possession, but also because of I s Next to Hotel Redland
Miss Abbie Holden of JacksonVille that quite a bit of moneyto having in its purchase assisted and
national committewoman and be carrying around?" I encouraged its author in the fur- I S. Flakier An. Homestead I
tote of Woodmen "Oh two dollars Isn't much work
manager Circle so therance of his :
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whole each week At the end of I 1 NNN/I11NI/NN.LNIMINMM/MMMMNMN1,11N1 N t

I I Homestead the given aemester by Mrs.a Mills reward to the will class be HOMESTEAD 4-II CLUBBy 1

HighLightsHold II which has the largest amount of MARION TURNERIII.,11111.I.III..1..11..1,1

stars their The
on children
poster. .....,.. ?..,. (
have enjoyed the new book I 1 1I
"White", which was presented to At the weekly meeting of the
Assembly Without I STUDY PUNCTUATION Sullivan and DellingerAre them by- Mrs. Gallaher during I H H. S 4-H girls yesterday plan

Presence of Teachers I The seventh and eighth grade Elected Co-captains Book Week. I were made for the Assembly program
English classes are beginning a Mrs. Thurman's second grade to be given by 4-H girli.
unit of work In punctuation. These and Miss Ray's third grade classes Those present were: Louisa.
Tuesday the student body held I At practice yesterday afternoon
classes are also doing Intensive had a half-holiday last Friday. Booker Virginia Booker Virginia .
m assembly with no leather Homestead High Schools basket
present
work in sentence structure and Buddy Seymour Is a welcomed Kelly Virginia Kinner, Bttty
It was the first time this has ball team chose as co-captains
the building of short paragraphs member of Mrs. Hoods third I June Jenkins Lillie Little Dolly
been done In the history of the James Sullivan and Ralph Dellinger -
The seventh. eighth and ninth grade The class Is expecting two Barnette, Genevieve Cline, Kath-
school. new bulletin boards for the erine Orfanedei Mary Radford.
wrote room
grades paragraphs on good
Pete West had charge of the devotions James a big and good-natured
Maud Hitch. Betty Arrant and
sportsmanship last Monday In the near future The children
after which America, the fellow, has played varsity ball for
Mrs Rutland's eighth grade have just finished an arithmetic Marlon Turner
Beautiful the students three years. I
was sung by -
booklet and are now making turk-
boys have just recently welcomed
Ralph a little shorter than James
I Gerald Andrews as a member of eys for Thanksgiving Mary Lou
A program In which only the but just as good-natured has
the class. Musselwhite went to the circus Lei GARLIC
I Help FightHarmfnlColonBaclsria
student in high school participatedwas played for two years. Friday.
Alda Connor.
given Yvonne Pollard gave Both were selected as all-tour- '
The girls of Mrs. Cooper's room
two readings, "The Modern Villige I nament players last year and have I
started knitting last Friday afternoon I Outrf MrM t Rental kMtorto ll MranwItud
Blacksmith" and 'George National Book WeekIs consistently played good basketball The class Is waste bftttar ta Tear totom mif be
now learningthe
Washington. Call (Bing) Freder- : r.Loans.. ..:: M4 ss..lne( dStmitnf
Marked! by ProgramAn use of a dictionary! OlulMi Try DIARHOR
rltks sang "The Singing Hills". Warren Morrli! r CPPFI.1si.s O.rll T.bl.t.Com ta
Mr
Fifields I
has
room some |J&Uju4 age a race irtai .. >.'%
Marie Connor reading
gave a interesting Book Week pennies for the buying of new f at Dixie Drug.
"The Hillbillies from the Back- / program BAND SEATING CHANGED
vIctrola records. The children have I
woods" Richard Caves and Archer was presented in the school Since the band has increased In .
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Dodson gave several selections auditorium Friday afternoon numbers,Mrs. Mills is changing the made attractive Illustrations concerning ,I '"1'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l'l',, "..... .
history Two American i
on ,guitars "March Winds". "The Mrs. S. L. West gave a reading seating arrangement. This is being
flags with staffs crossing each I|I
"The Remarkable Whale. done in order have ,
Old Gray Mare". and "Dark Town to better bal- '
other are put on a piece of note
Strutters Ball", accompanied on Maxine Walker and Philip Sim- ance In the band. Next week the book EXPERT
and the
paper preamble to
the violin by Robert Kuhn. Mildred mons sang "The Woodpecker band is going to start practicing the Constitution ,I
written under
Song". A scene from the Pinocchlo
reading. marching and playing at the
Pcrrymim gave a same them. I I I
They are mounted on a pieceof
Charles Steffani band composed operetta was given by Mabry 'time "Victory Maich will be the
art paper and placed on the BARBERING
Scarborough and Thomas Dolor bUI.1
of Dim Sonl, Paul Rue and march used. letin board. ,I
Rob Spear gave several selections Mrs. Bleler talked on "How to The trumpets and cornets are The two sixth
grades had
"Strange Enchantment", "She'11 Judge a Book". Mary Eleanor Williams !- beginning to learn Fanfares. In a quiz
gave a rending from "Sevenl.Pen" These history last frlday The maps I HAIRCUT ..... 40c
Re Comin' Round the Mountain", are arranged In three parts. which were colored for geographyare I i .
end "The St Louis Blues Ma- -Frances Rutland.
drne Gilmer and Elbert Dolor The Redland girls' glee club now Pinocchlo on the bulletin l boards I SHAMPOO ...... 40c
three ; play which took I
selections
gave readings. tang accompaniedby JUNIOR HIGH NEWS PI.e
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week ,
a cleared
$6107
The assembly was dismissed lard Mrs Rebecca" Gray Fay Hil- Last week was celebrated as This money helped ago to pay for the I II I MASSAGE ...... 40c

with the singing of "The Star sang Playmates"Technology National Education Week and several combination radio and victrola

Spangled Banner". students in the high school (I which was bought last year. The

-Melb,i Van Winkle. Required were appointed to make speeches ,pupils of the high school 1 class BUSH'SBARBER

In Defense ProgramDue pertaining to National Education made the masks for the 1IZy and
Spanish Class to Meet Week. They were as follows: "Enriching I I the mothers made the costumes

With Mrs Fred Redd to the changing conditions Spiritual Life. Archer -Clarice Dodson.
Dodson; 'Strengthening CivicLoyalties"
brought on by certain influences I
Tuesday night No20.. the in the Fred Hobart; "Financing The class in Interior decorating i
world
today a new subjecthas SHOPN
first year Spanish class\ will meet I been introduced In the public Public Education. Kenneth I Is making plans to redecorate the
I Glenn; Developing Human Resources' sewing
.t I the home of Mrs. Fred Redd schools-that of elementary tech. laboratory.
Elbert Dolor: 'Safe -Geneva
The class will meet at Mrs. Gee's nology This is Vann.
subject to providea ,
home as usual and there get tick- better understanding to the guarding Natural Resources. Paul KROME AVE.
average -
ets for the bus tup Games and high school student of I Rue: Perpetuating Indiv'(dualLiberties' "Pop I need an encyclopedia
machinery I "
contests (in Spanish) will be enjoyed radio equipment, tools, Carl Alexander: and for school
Building Economic Security", J. Encyclopedia heck! You can .
and prices will be awarded. airplanes and engines, all of which' ,
The entire class Is urged to come are vital In our national defense T. Godwin. walk to school.-Auburn CaJoler. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAABIRD

Frances Rutland This course Is being put out by -Alda Connor. ----- ---.- .- -- ..- .- ..- .... -
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Juniors Give; Treasure our national defense program I ELEMENTARY: NEWS "S --I

Hunt at Anderson HomeThe and Is compulsory for all seniors Sylvia Barnes of Miss Jackson's

It Is being worked In with physicsand room attended the circus in Miami

Junior ClaMlaw a treasure i gives no extra credits. last Friday and returned with an

hunt Monday night Nov. 11t It gives a more practical application Interesting report of it. The class ? IndorsedUSED
the home of Mrs. Russell Andiron than the
student would ordinarily Is glad to have a new pupil Anna
Each person hue the opportunity I get along the line of Wondoloskl from Massachusetts.

to Invite someom I physical science, especially since May Seymour Is a new pupil of I
Dancing was enjoyed until everyone I there[ me not enough students taking Mrs. Edwards room. The pupilsnow CARS :

arrived and thin each car I physics at the present time to have a poster in the room on
was given a map Riding to the I meet the requirements.. which stars
are placed for the Onr used can always represent good value, but the 1
clues -James Nesbitt. good behavior of the class f
as a
listed below
choice and
The treasure which consisted of ones are unusually we recommend

randy jewels perfume etc.. was any one of them for your consideration. 1
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found by D. L. Bowen and Ben ................,................-,...,......
f.huler, and the car was driven by I I

Eugene Bell. We truthfully say:- 1931 FORD TUDOR SEDAN-cheap transporta- ;

After the treasure was found, tion.
randy cookies and oft drinks werereived 1J

PONTIACIs 1935 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN -Hr> r
Those present wen Belly Hidley .
Kathleen Fm'm.in. James clean, new tires; priced to sell.

Nesbitt Charles Steffim Paul Rue
Poirest Bell John S'k..s, Teresa 1938 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN-original i I i

Redd Evelyn Sykc. Florence The NEWEST Car paint; good tires; looks new inside; radio;

Nelson Hugh Bowen. John Kuhn, priced below the market. J
Q. Lowe David Robots Lester I FOR 1941It's
Archer Bill Geronimo. Elmer Martin '

Eugene Bill, Harry Martin, 1939 FORD FORDOR TOURING S E D A N'J
I). L. Bowen tarry Bowen
Yvonne Pollard. Walter Brannen, really radio; original paint; priced right. :

T. G. Rayburn Carl Fredericks, a NEW PontiacSEE II'
Kenneth Glenn, Melba Van Winkle P

Allen Hastings. Charles Connor 1939 PONTIAC DELUXE 4-DOOR TOURING e

Rita Dent Was Horton, Betty PONTIVC'S TORPEDO FLEET SEDAN-new tires; very clean.PRESTON :
Jane Meyhem Barney Godwin,

J. T. Godwin Libby Jane Buck Preston B. Bird Motor Co.
Frances Lamb Charles Robertson, i
Charlotte Geronimi. Louise Dames B. BIRD MOTOR CO.

md our chaperon Mrs Frank S. Krome Ave., Opposite Tag Office

Webb The and class Mrs wishes Anderson to thank them 21-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE ; I South Krome Ave. Phone 18

both Jar a very nice time Day Phone U Night Phone 538-R : OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY JJ

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I I Girls' Glee Club Bins :

Patterns for Uniforms ClASSIFIEDS :

Redland Rattler ]

The Gills' Glee Club has pur-

if chased dress and cape patternsfor RATE: First Insertion 10* a line subsequent Insertion*
DORA SCOTT and ILA JEIRMV, Editor
I' uniforms which are to b* 5* a line

.. made of white narrow-ribbed
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'f, Education Week Display ',courts the baseball diamond At the first of the week Mis

I I are rearing completion The Gray worked with them on their TRADE Real Estate Loans

'Y One of the -features of National boys and Mr. Snyder have been I various parts In familiar song, 40 acres ALLAPATTAH GAR LOANS TO BUILD. :MODERNIZE,

{ { working hard on them this pas't: especially "The Star Spangled DENS east of Princeton foi REPAIR Residential Grove
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Week in
.rl Ian Education our ichool wu | I week and we hope they will tx Banner'. This drill certainly I I helped \ I Miami vacant or improved, and Business Property

interesting display arranged by ready for use soon. Now we're! because oftentimes in group!)i SEWELL REALTY. 1NGRA-, From $30 to $5,000-from II mo let
the home economics students In I for 'San. HAM BLDG. MIAMI nl5-d6!)
t waiting very hopefully ilnglng many mistakes are made ( 5 years

1 the home economics room Various I ta" to leave us soiffe balls and ten In very well-known tongs I No Down I',' 'n"'nl-No Red Tape<<
tropical fruits that in the
grow nis rackets. FOIl KENT SMALL MONTHLY: PAYMENTS
Redlands were arranged on the The last few days have been I .
I -- $200 for :)6 mo Repay $8..19 mo
i tables and each fruit was labeled. pent on a new book of Christmascarols FOR RENT-75 acres of good bear I
P. T. A. toMeetDec.il:
$500 for 36 mo.-Repay $15.97 mo.
Some of the uses of these fruits I arranged for three-part fe- land See L. P Kendrick. lilt I
$1,500: for 60 n-R'pay $3250
were explained to the visitors by For Christmas Program maleringing.. Campbell St. or Justice of Peace!

the girls I S. L. Kendrick 1. O. O. F. Hall moA
I The next meeting::: of the RedlanParentTeachers' d I II ,k foi FREE: Estimates
All the completed dresses of 11 I (pn291
I Without
Association willI I ObligationWe
the home economics classes were Mr. Wagner and Mr. Gray atI :
I be held In auditorium theevening FOR RENT also hole F tl.A. LOANS for
on display also. our on I tended a principal's meeting In -Clcnn. all electrifurnished c
| of Dec II A grand Christ- Miami on Monday. They also went I II apmtmcnt with fire !le"nH's.. pay able monthly

i mas program is being arranged to the technological class meeting place. Mrs. Eva Collins, Fed, over 0-25 ve.us.

Ila Jean Irwin\ Is Made The school band and glee clubs i jthnt I afternoon I II fral Highway &t
Drill Master of nand are to perform as one of the main I l at Modt'Uo cnJZtfi 1 NEEDS! Prompt Siivlie1IKOOKLR .
The executive committee of the
| features of this program. There 'I I i, H'Mill It ('O., 1"('.

will be other attractions and Future Farmers of America met FOB RENT-10 a.4.tn.llo 01 r Phone <;J Humish.id. "
Every Friday morning the band I many [ Monday night in the Future Farm- : Flab
refreshments after the meeting \'eftabl.lond :Mu has been practicing marching, out Crs' building to plan the vein's .
R. F. D. IlomoU-jrt Fla.n.22d6).
We're announcing this so early be- |I WANTED:)
on the baseball diamond under I program and outline the various

the dircection of Mr. cause we want everyone to come. ____ __ ( )
and Mrs I activities for the year.uusnnnunonuu.nu.uwumomomar'umnu.n. I ,
Gray Lett Friday morning the I We hope you'II make plans now to i iRedlaml FOR REN'I'-T\\II bedroom WANTED: 25-lb.! edacity, metal
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students brought their instruments I keep Dec. 11 open for the P.-T. A. I southeast and southwest exposure ice box md mall bottled.I"ItO

and practiced playing while they program. __ __ Girl Scouts '! hot watt'r.'ery pleasant \ e. Call Wvstt'in Union list
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marched. Ila Jean Irwin has been I ROSEMARY I\ Fireplace available in living (
By BVRK Scribe
made drill master. Ila Jean plays ;; Rev. Harley Core Talks room. Could seive meals. Mrs. :
..... ...................".......................,.........."....... CLIENT WANTS .malllll'o\'e. 5 or
I bastion in the band, but because On Alexander Hamilton Art ills Booth 502 N W. 2nd 10 acres miscellaneous fruits

this is I I The scouts met after school and'I ave Homestead. Fla.
not a marching instrument, o25lf) with nil e comfortable house on

she u to serve as drill master when ; Tuesday morning the Rev Harley hiked to Mrs Mae Campbell power line with all Improvements -

the organization marches. Core gave an interesting home in Pilnceton.i We played' FOR RENT-Clean, all electric nit or $3,500: Listing!

speech to the twelfth and ninth manyarious games before we' famished npaitmcnt. Mrs Eva desired 11 A. Camel, Phcinu

Teachers to Choose ') grade civic classes on "Alexander ate !I Collins Federal Highway Biscayne 72. lloiiu-u ad. Ha. (nit)

Hamilton and the Constitution Roasted wieners, cold dunks; Drive at :Modcllo

Cheer Leaders Soon ; ." He discussed first the early cake and potato chips were en- WOW) TUTOK1NU WANTED hlgU

The students who were chosen life of this brllliunt man and then loyed. All the scouts had a fine I II I school and grade school subjects.

told about his work on the consti- time, Mrs H. J. Armstrong A. B..
by the teachers to try out for chcei FOR SALE
leading! have been practicing with (, tution. Both classes have just Present were: Rosemary Hen- I. 1'lummer drive and Country

Miss Turner and Mr. Caldwell in'' completed a study of our constitu nlngton Kathleen Wagner Peggy I FOR SALE-7-room house all improvements Club road.

the gymnasium every day this 1 tion. I OBrlen. Melba Collins Evelyn I 18 Urgeo --
--- Grossman Rosemary Bulk Kathleen I palms In supcuoilocution. 'ilso under week. Early next week a group of ;, name rd "It. "',, .
teachers will choose the Principal Directs I Campbell Charlotte Murry 5 acre grove and U ncre tlr.iiedland Tractft. Mi,ml i.ard.'n'a. a Bub Pint

leaders from this Those cheer I .( Grace Burry Elvira Burry Tars I Ii -everything for only 2250 Hook i. 1'niii ,I"' In diction >. Town.hli tt
group Informal DiscussionThe South, limn (1 Ka,t. runtalnln I Arm
A. L. Mrs Gossman
trying; are: Nellie Cash Jeanne I (i Campbell: I cash This is mar \ elous value mom fir I I. -'. In tin ('mtty nf IIA.... Slat
Eby and H. A. Aman from the1 High Sclhad; an inter Mrs Hcnnmgton and Mrs M ie Phone 72. H. A. C.imeion Homestead I ,,f Florlili IK ml.rand In rrliricalc No
171. Tin n..m.al. .if Mid
Junior class; Merle Mizell, Dorothy'' esting assembly program last FrI.j Campbell ; Florida. (n22-f) under Hi. -mil I irllflmta lanunl waa properly In tin,

Bchrens in honor of name of llrinutt C,"rdunVnUaa .
day morning
and Clyde Swilley from AFRICAN VIOLETS 25c. SOc, .101! .'...1111,..',. shell ba ........*.,-
the Senior class; Ruth Hinei. Fii\e' tion Week Mr Wagner led ea71't---- 75c Mrs Fred Fuchs Roberts H acourdinu I,, how. if,. i...,pi rty drai-ril"itIharaln
Campbell and Louise Jenkins from I j''informal discussion; on mill hi- mid to the hlh1 bidder! I
Turner's Funeral Home : Rd. (pd20)) M the Court hour door nn the first M..n.
the Sophomore class; and Rose- 'questions concerning Fducatlon day In .Hi miiilh if l ire,imlirr. lino win h

mare Hennington from the Freshman In Our Denul'I.IIY' He called 21-IIU AMBULANCE SERVICE j" FOR; SALE-Foi d- iii T.Il'flll' See I. the l .1.,. 'f I.. "ml.., Iiio.lalsd
this4 "r ltr&da 1.11'
class I :for a word ibmit cith question I! Fred A Mowrv (pn22)) .. It.tar I I.A'1IIHIMANI r.

I from \'arluustUrll'IlI- and tcachis Lady Attendant CI I, rk u.f Clrruit ('''''''.
I ; led rhea 'OR SALE-Good wed electric liHli .'....". Klurid.
NEW PUPILS ARRIVE :Mr and! :Min\ Phone 5(14-rt( Homestead Fla. (Circuit t'" .et .-li

W<- lieerv glad to see the enenrollment iimn m several i I' ,'l, ire iu MIIK* '="-- .- -- .+ ove. cheap. Vm.il, Lyon; tie I I. K. lAKKhR D C
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this ueok Wilma and :Mnj NOTICE: "I' AI'1'41CATION FnhrAX '
FOR SALE-Tlnee bedroom. modern lapels
Rhode from Indiana have i 1',11- F ,I. m';
ed in the Junioi and Senior Coi sTher The Best Seed is the six-room line m Home- 100.,1. I. I '' '.r vo.u Hint Flur. .. .I
-te.id A nm home. Price Relnh.itonce' ."I F.: .
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about lourears and 2500. One-1..if! cash, balance I II. ,I..' .! d.. Ir.1 1., r '...u.t. ,I .
ago air n ) ilivinc Seed Regardlessof racy, terms. :Sec tor \\nte A. GVeach '.11. I", .I, ,.,.I I t.rl. ot.n no
: m Peitine Nancy 1.enl"J"l'd .M,MS Cheapest five. ..I I I. "1',1// .1"n rile 1. ,
the seventh : ownei, toile ('o'onlltGrove deed I. I .. "",.nis,,. .
gradeIui- Bank. nR-d6) ..... h" .I ,1. ." I....... Ih.. 1 10'd. 1
day. ,mcl Dorothy and Joe Lion" the Price ... ..11".1 'w "IV f' 'oitcol .n Dade I .

enrolled m the Senior class The .' SALE 25-lb: metalice h.' '
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pupil ire trom Ohio. James and box. Call Western Union. 4. In S" '". ,. I"-hi. II" South' It.<.
Marti i Lucky who previous! attended NEW CHOP TOMATO SEEDKille's ) (nIU) 4. Ease.. ,......... 110. ". Nn Arrow more. ". I Iin .
the t .." r /Oto., Slats. uf F Innis
Redlund. have come b.uk Th. H --1-1 ,d, .ebrrnperty .... I ,
from Georgia this week too Grothen Globe FOR SALE-Man's bicycle, $10.00. tile C.",I" "h' 1.-.1, wet In the ,
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Jame is m the twelfth grade and Kille's "x"Glick's Tom Collins, Modi Mo, Fla. .Unknomu.ail......... .." -or:.hn. In Iw ,an dad .IiMaur
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Glick's Grothen Globe from $1 up. Virgil 1.) on. F R IFATHPRMAN:
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!% a: 01' APP( "ATIUN FOR \ R: OF %P111 OVATION FOR
To All LnKlltura NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ferry-Morse: Crotlien Globe TAX UFF11File TAX "Ir.1I
and All Persons H..lnr
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31919 Chapter 17117-A,1..1 USJ/ -Pit A." '
Claim or IVmind. Aiaia.t Said Estate" ., Nntlco la b.retie v'n, 1ho Join" a. i NO 1C.F. IH HFRMir I.IVEN! lll\l I
lied You and sari of you ara hereby nnl I Ferry-Morse RutgersLhingston's Lewis. holder aa snare,,. I lI.koo. 1I.d. n.... Ri> t. W?:, h ,liar i>f l'alA and I ." .
and
mmlral to praaant any rlalmiand over District To. l'rr1.fa1r Numbered I Tax Irrlfl.'i.. Ni 21 H. SIK4 and t.1'd .
drmanili which you or either .if you. 794. dated the 0th day of Ao.rt. A. Dt99 ; ban.. the ','10 .toy nr A."uat A. P. lb.iku '
may"INRI.OW hato seams the estate of MYRTLE Globe h.s ftl...I amid loo Ufo.atIn' my .f. fl..1 ra.." o1 n.y ,.f drrliflifttn .. and h. no.l,
fRVETTE! deceased Ltf' loo" mad. h. .II..n. r.. tat I ....
Ban Mat. tics and set .pvllrall" r" a tom dd to be \ .1 I Ilh..n.
Blanbn California to the Hun W f Ferry-Morse Pritthard TopperHeciol. -1-1 I to horn th..n in in-rdionee. with Rood, embrace thi f I ITwinr
County Judiia of Dad County
Certifiat.nhroe.. 'the fulluwnm ,
law said
In the County
d.1'
ir'inrly
and rUe the aama In hi. office in Ih loitnty dcacr/lid. property ,,,,,,...... In 11.01. of Dade. 51.t". 'I |H..rili. towlltl
Courthouse. .
Florida.
In Dad. County 1
I Flold.. 10.5,1, ... .. Nnrtht Hill.
within ....hl calendar months from the dateof 'woe L. 6 a 7. III.k
the tint hrrxof Paid Lot I. Shark I. ranl.an. f ,..tint, flat l I.nd.. 8..I.ln.| I I'1..", 11.-1. 22. !.... 19 Of'
Italian nr demands publication contain the trial ad. n..k 11. Pars 17. In it,,, .-. y "r II..... the Counl ..f0.,.b i -ii.ir, ,.( Huplda. on.
In ,
dr.,.a, of the rlalmant and to be li Supply CoPhone stallat Florida brand 'In i r.if, "I Ir :Ni 2IHI Thmint ... .
and pnvntad sworn will Th. ..._...n' of .o..i property, tinder nr ,...1 I I r.1| Mr" under. the' Mill I .
be barrel mat aforaaald. or same I Certificates: laaurd .oo I I... Ih.. nantr of .tlflrib .-.1 I _," 'li, Ihr ..... of Unkn,.. ,'
Data October 14th A. D. 1040. I nknown Unl_ meld e.riili. ale shall ... I I.... 1 !.. I U II!.i-k 4 Nirlhwnt II Hi
H. H. FRVETTF:. 37 rah. .med arrordinB- to law U. deed will land. Hi,I In I l'la' "...k 2>. Pan II inIh.
Aa Domiciliary Executor nf Ihrrron on the ..II, .., ,.f I>...m..... lenity ..f Oadr SUM of HiirHa. u .ibrwd ...
Last Will and Tt-itjunrnt of Homestead Fla. A'1U 1040D.trd In (....lIlr,"*. N, 21'4 Th. .." .
MYRTLE WINSLOW FRYETTK. u.-d. S. FUfler Ave this lath day of November A. D. m.nt of sold pr'urnind.r Ih. aald 1-r.
First publication on Nor 1. 1040No 184U. l.lk.U .......t was In the ..... of Unknown
( *. I, I, II. 11401 F R LEATHfRMANClrrk Lot II Block 4. Nonhwwt Hlnhland a
of Circuit Court.j Solid.. Plat Monk 2!. Par. I*. III 'h.
I Rat.Ii.... County, t roomy of D..... Plate nf Forlila. u .TO.
Circuit Court braced In rmlflc N.. Ilnl Th. .......
Prompt Courteous Service Ry N.C RTF.RRRTTD.C. ream of said prntrrly under the said r. r.
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I GET YOUR STATEDriver's (No.. t!. II. Doe. t. IS. 20. 1910) I ..f"... Issued waa In the name 01 Ile-

it the i --KOTirR OF APPLICATION FOR known Unteaa; std Ortlflrat. shall ... mlivra.ail .

TAX DEED arrordlnv In law. Ida properly dirrlbd .
I LicenseAT Ch.,.. ITUT-Art. af UH-Fll. A.un. thereto ..lll h. ..>ld hi the highest hid
NOTICE m" MKHrRY GIVEN that Mar.rarat 4Vr at the Court )hats door oa tile fins'
SINCLAIRService H P-ll. .holder. of Slat and County Noonday In the Month. of l.n..". U4,.
Tom Corti"...... No. I7T and ITS issued which la Ihi. Rlh day ol January. 141Dau ,
the alb door r* 1m*. A. I). ISM. b.. filed >d this lath day of Hn_..... H.nK
tan* In my office and haa ", ..t. applies H l.rATHFRMAN:
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE OFFICEIN lion for a Ma lard to be lewd Ihrmonlaid Clark Circuit 1'-urn Paila County, Florida
Station Ort'.l-<... _h..,.r the followlnaInrrlhrd Clrault C'.,in 'f1By I
.! ""ty. In the Counlji of Dada N r STFnRFTT D C
HOMESTEAD Mala of mIda. ."-..11'' ,N.... It. 21 IW A. II 20 I'" ,
Tract iml RaroVn a Sob Plai : -- -
John E. Davis Prop. noak .n fwti, n 2 T w.,.hn.. sI ;
j 1 I'li .-I < ':"talnlnil, ', -:
S. Krnm Ave Phone 9111 Odd Fellows Bid*. Open from 8 a. m. to I p. m. mow '.. I 'hr l ".n". r 1...1. '.t t
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I SPECIALS GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, NOV. 30th|
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t delicacies WE BRING from YOU) FOOD many Stokley's Pumpkin, No. 2% can 10c I 010 ; I i

land No matter what A
HEINZ DATE, FIG OR i
:your Grocery problem
is. won't you let lu solve Plum Pudding, 14 oz. can 33c USE 14 h
It fur :you* We are well IKAftlATIBCARNATION
torktd with new Mason-
OLD TIME ANGELUS MILK
able merchandise and also

all for the"Die coming food thing holliUyi to eat', Mince Meat, 3 pkg.s. 25c Marshmallows, 1 lb.bag 25c 3 cans as 20c


DelMonteCOFFEE Bakery Items

fl3ttuatf PEAS PILLSBURY'S

FLOUR, 5 lbs. 23c
REGULAR Ib 19c
CALUMET 12 OZ. CAN
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BAKING POWDER 15c
:"PICK OF PACK" 2 No.2 CANS caFE -
Sliced or 25c r BAKER'S '/ Ib. BAR
Pineapple
( crushed w Chocolate, 17c
OCEAN SPRAY --
Cranberry Sauce 2 cans 25c 4 XXXX
SUGAR,2 pkgs. 17C|

/Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, can 51/2C Z cans Z5cI ARGO 2PKGS.1
CornStarch .

JELL Six Flavors Delicious 3 Pkg s. 13C 15CI

BULK GOODS
Peaches GREAT VALUE 2 for J
No.2>/, CAN 25c
RICE whole grain- 4 Ibs. 17c
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JILIETTK 4 Founds]
? WALKER'S CHILI il LARGE MEAL OR GRITS 4 Ibs. 13c

AUSTEX "IOt CREAMING USE CAtNAHON Mil*'' LIMA BEANS 21bs. . 17c
\ MAINE
No. 300 can krf No. 2 can Potatoes 10 Ibs. 13c BILK BROWN SUGAR 4 Ibs. 25c('


18cMILK 23c Brussel SELECTED 2 Ibs. ALL KINDS OF
Sprouts 25c CRYSTALIZED FRUITS and
NUTS FOR THAT
OREGON
Celery Hearts Bundle 15c FRUIT CAKE
'JM _+ .

'.- "' ..,.,_...,c.Ioo.111WP.l...c__.. YORK Dried FruitsCHOICE
Apples 5 Ibs. 14c

FID tT"k IDAHO .
VEAL ROAST (Boned and Rolled) .Ib.-20c Baking Potatoes 4 lbs. 16c DRIED PEACHES-2 Ibs.--25c ,
DRIED
SELECTED MIXED FRUITS 2 Ibs. 25c
t' WESTERN LEMONS each Ic
CHUCK ROAST Center Cuts Ib. 28c BLACK MISSION
j, ,. I FIGS Ib . 15c,
r" tcV'k FROMBARLINGS T-Hone or Sirloin lb. . 23c EM \ I.'A'IA'.' SUN-MAID
' ;;4Jf.J( 1 Hn.] II''::4 RAISINS 3 Pkgs. 23clI'
. LOIN ROASTEndCuts -lb. . 23c
I HOME: MADE ,
PORK SAUSAGE lb. . 2jc y. e

ORDER THAT TURKEY NOW F R A N K LI N SOUR

PRICES ARE lUG liT

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