The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00305
 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 29, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00305
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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Ic c.I South a d eCitiestoD"e"jD M If om b ei d 99

i i In Air Contest Named for f AreanlAs

CHEER Auction of Paintings to Be Closing I'

Feature of Art Club's Sales Exhibit PRECISION RACE ENTRANTS ?

: ISSUES CALL I The Homestead Art Club has-decided I i-Attendance and sales during the TO ALIGHT IN' HOMESTEADFORJUDGINGANDLUNCHEON I

I to bring its observance of week have exceeded the club's ex-
the First National Art Week to a I< pectations Mrs Ben Archer. president -
I dramatic close by holding an auction i repoUa: As pictures me sold
FOR TOY GIFTS of pictures Saturday night I they are replaced by others
The auction will! be held in theLoaner Mrs Maud E Chandler has on

j building i (former Citizen I sale a fire screen and several I
Bank) which through the courteiyof paintings that she mnde In China t
. Firemen to RejinenateUsed Max'Losner. has been the scene and Japan as well as a large collection -
and Outgrown of the sales exhibit held by the i; of tropical Florida scenes.MI' TIlE WEATHER Rote Hi'ai' flails: OutlinedBy .

Playthings club this week. The auction In!' ., Frank Webb is represented 'Vrrl.1 Official, ...at.tl"a.h.. rrpt.. "!?""f,...Ih.......1."I'1'L'".1,10.1 rla. :Men Flown Here "
I scheduled to begin at 7:30: clock, I by a five-foot picture and elevensmaller for Meeting
The Homestead art group mOI'e'' ones Mrs Alex Hemmings n.ta M.,. Ml" II... Rain I
No21 81 U 30.10
DONATIONS WANTEDAT than any other In the Miami area I II. Iis has about the same number-
No\- 22 82 84 3014 0.03
doing exactly what President'Roosevelt mostly local scenes .
: STATION BY DEC. 10 Nov, 23 ,,80 5R
requested when he proclaimed The Rev R. H Spear specialise TO HE GIVEN: RACERS
Nov. 24 80 87 0.23
a national art week-it'on key and beach views priced for I
No\ 2:1: 81 80 29.118 0.0\1:
Committee for District Is : has put the prices within reach of quick sale
I Nov. 26 U 60 29 98 0.11
every home said K K. Richardson Mrs Frank Skill has the only Maw Pledge Gifts;
Organized at i gallery supervisor of the Miami water color exhibit. No\ 27 87 a8 29,99 It ace Donated
I j I Trophies by
} ing in City Hall I l I .Art Project when he visited the i Other members of the club who !' Col. GimbelThe
exhibition Wednesday have exhibits are Mrs Lonnip ;
Residents of South Dade are I Hood Mrs R. F. Blackford Mrs. [ ROTj
asked by the Christmas Cheer Archer and Mrs. Russell Home lUmiLstead air I lipid will
'': MORE HURT INI Two Mrs 1 via* a. part in the Ml! AllAmerican -
committee to bring used toys to 3 pictures painted by CONTROL TOLD IN;
) the fire station in Homestead be- I' Max Loaner t number 6f years ago air races to be held at MiamiJan
fore Dec 10. Toys that can be attract unusual Interest, They are I[ 10 11 md 12. and Homestead
} made new by the firemen will be; ANOTHER CRASH for exhibit only I TRACT BY RUEHLEI men will judge the local 'innncuven --
i kept In Homestead, but all others The mahogany qual.tette-'cello, in nn event to be known as the
I will be sent to the WPA toy 'repair REDLAND viola and two violins-made by : ___ i iI Gimbel South Dade Team Precision -
project In Miami where expert .IN ROAD Sam J. Davis continues to draw I Rapid drying of tuber surfacesbefore Race, according to plans outlined -
, repair work It under wayComplete admirers I or soon after packing will l bv: a legation of air enthusiasts -
) 1 rejuvenation of dollsrebuilding :control bacterial soft rot of potatoes who flew to Homestead
Eugene Campbell, 23, and Lillie
'I in storage or shipment according I Wednesday to attend the weekly
of of I
toys replacement
! i May Campbell son and daughter' I
I to Bulletin 348 recently meeting of the local Rotary Club
, missing wheels and like services of J. W. Campbell of Redland STAGE ALL SET
1 will be performed In MiamI. South were Injured at about 7:20: o'clock I! Issued by the Florida Agricultural I II l lExperiment [ The race Is named for Col Rich
i I Dade will get its portion of the remade yesterday morning when the car)I' Station and prepared I and Cilmbt'l of Miami who m givingthe
FOR "CABARET'SATURDAY I Dr Geo D. Ruehle of Home-
I, playthings Eugene was driving to work col- by I grand trophy and thrir individual -
E, stead. plant pathologist of the Subtropical trophies for the winning
j T Kirby who has headed the lided with another car at the Intersection :
9 Christmas Cheer committee for I of Redland road and I NIGHT I I Experiment Station '1I team In the rare Col, Rimbi I
I several years was again elected to Biscayne drive. j I Another bulletin of which Dr. i iI flew his own plane here \\ednei/
' the chairmanship it the organization I II ,. ,I I Ruehle is co-author. reports experiments duy to bring the trophies and three
The Campbell car was traveling :
meeting which representativesof I performed at the lt other members of the delegation 'r
) the local civic clubs, women's south toward Homestead on Red- Culminating three weeks of arduous ,I I Experiment Station before he :1 the Rotary Club mrttinx
land road when the other car, traveling night practice and rehearsalsfor Homestead, and
clubs and other organizations held transferred to The bombing of Homestead,
In the city hall Friday night I west on Biscayne; drive and I the many men and women who)I entitled "M lanOlle of Citrus South Miami and intervening Mllages
driven by a negro woman entered will take part in its various dance Its Commercial Control" This
Mrs R. E. Anderson was elected !I II will be II part of the rain
j '
I secretary and Mrs J. F Hammett, the Intersection In the Pith of the and song routines, the third annual Bulletin 349.Bulletin requirement. but the bombs will
treasurer II southbound car I Junior Woman's Club cabaret will I 348, entitled Bicteridl, be paper bag of flow prepared
J Plans for earning money were I Miss Campbell who was thrown I be staged tomorrow night In the Soft Rot of Potatoes in Southern t II and denoted by Hnrm.>ir id's own
I 1 discussed ': through the windshield by the I lobby of the Chamber of Com-I Florida" reports In detail the results ) Chas T. Furlu, Jr, president of
Robert : force of the crash was badly cut merce building of an investigation begun In Fuchs Baking Co. The targets
McDonell volunteered to
t barrels i[ about the face and throat and her I Hunderds of additional square' 1938 of the causative factors responsible will be three large circles formedon
s put 1111'0cery stores where brother suffered an Injured back. feet of dance floor constructed in soft which
for a rot the ground in an open urea of
s food contributions I
I patrons. may drop Both were knocked unconscious the past two weeks will add much I' caused heavy losses during some each community.
4 I although Mr. Campbell regained I for the presentation of the floor seasons of locally grown potatoes The bombardment group, three
The Rev R. F Blackford of the consciousness and was able to walk show and public dancing PouringOf The bulletin includes a description pilots and planes to "i tenm will
1 I Rotary Club was appointed to from the ambulance Into the James concrete around the floor and of the rot and a discussion of be judged on total points earned
put out cash boxes and to put on I Archer Smith Hospital, where both sanding of the floor was done the contributing factors which favor |I following their aerial bliUkritir

, a tag day drive. were taken. The negress was given Monday night. On the smooth con-I Its development in the field I from Miami to Homoti .id. The
Mayor Tom Harris and Councilman first aid in Homestead and then crete floors will be tables well arranged packing house transit The teems will be judged on their foi .
L W R. Bird were sppointedto taken to Kendall Hospital where so that all may enjoy the (Continued o': Page Four) I (Continued on Page Four)
to. solicit donations for the Christ- her condition was said to be critical how A platform it one end of .
r Continued on Page Four) the dance floor for the orchestrahas
I been provided with a background Coroner's Jury in Kelly Inquest Blames

) I 1 Episcopalians Here Get Plea to Help I be decorated of lattice with work vines which and gar will Both Drivers for Fatal Collision Nov. 11 .1

den flowers. I
; New World Missions of Mother Church The lobby will be decorated to, --

.. I resemble a Jungle The walls and The auto collision on Nov 11 I(car.I The other car owned by Paul
--- posts will be covered with pine In which 3 E Kelly of Redlandwas 'Onkierko was driven by Robert
A plea for the support of Britt Church of England, mother church :trees, and palmetto fronds will lulled. his wife u 'Vrana Three of the Okkierko children -
ish missions was made at the of the American Episcopal Church. I I hang from the ceiling jured and three children I : rehI3; I, and a negro laborer from
I annual meeting of the congregationof This sum he said, would be approximately Among the features of the show bruised and cut was due to the the Oskierko grove were in the car ,
,. St. John Episcopal Church Friday enough to finance 11I'1-1 with Vrana Mr. and Mrs Kelly "
will be a dance by six members of fact that both driven failed to use
night of last week by A. R. tish missions in Canada the the senior club which is also reasonable caution In approachingthe I were the only occupants of their
f Caves, senior wsrdea of the vestry Indies, Central and South America. |sponsoring the cabaret this year intersection of Red laud ro.dand carAt

/s The 75 persons present re- He announced that a special )Led by Mrs Herbert Katz of Red- Coconut Palm drive, when" the inquest, held In the offices -
) I elected Lee H. Lehman vestryman collection would be taken at the land all will wear old-fashioned the crash occurred, according to : of Justice of the Peace S, L.
''I 1 and elected W: A. Austin to succeed church services Sunday for British costumes. Mrs., H. K. Foulk president the verdict of a coroner's jury following I Kendrick In Homestead Vrana testified -
) A. R. Livingston is vestryman raJsiions. of the senior club, will ting an inquest held Wednesday that he was making 82 mile
1 Reports from the various Following the reports made by "Put On Your Old Grey Bonnett night I an hour as he took his foot off the
I departments and organization of, department and organization head, The climax of the Indian dance "The Jury also find.," reads the accelerator to approach the Inter-
) the church were made the Right Rev. W. H. Moreland number, which Is composed of a verdict, "that the northeast corner I section from the north fin Redland

Mr Cave called l attention to formerly bishop of Sacramento or, dance by eight Junior club>> members of said Intersection has been pub-. i road. The negro. laborer confirmedthe .
) the l tact that !file I Episcopal Churchof northern California woo WAS pre- and eight men. a solo by Mrs 1,civ a'kno'I I dil"'"> a, H bllM, ni rate rot sp it. hut he United Stite. in agent ,entrti by the Rtv R. F Black Wm iKkwhite and i ,01111, "i" ,wI' 11\111 'II 1 I". I I'I' t 'II' 'I ,I. .. I
\ national; ..",,\ < II: ".n. '.d to rat.," t,,,id. le, tor of St Jflhll' cnmpli b,' :M it-- H*, mn MJI k, II ho ,nb.Hl 1 bills n,1 'I." ,.,.'" l I",." nd I \" lId '1"I,. I'
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Two THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE v. November 29, 1940 1
MORTON MOVES I Krome and Kendall Buy I ___ _' __ __ ____ ___ ___ ____ __ Ining or losing the games:, Last year i
anyone was eligible. for membership -
40-Arre Redland
i Grove In the club but this year a
MARKET I Rattler I of teachers will select about
TO OLD Sale of the 40-acre Holromb- Redland group
i Clsnahan grove at Coconut twenty-five who worked hardestIn
Palm drive and Country Club, DORA SCOTT and ILA JEAN iRWiN Editors the club last year to be mem-

LIBRARY BLDG. I road E.to Wm.Kendall H Krome was announcedlast and Harold I _ __ __ __- _' __ ____ bers.This group will practice the jells .
t with the cheerleaders every week I
G, rg* 0 Morton who for many !real estate week agent by Eleanor of Florida Froacher.City. i Pan-American Club BIND 1113 NEW MAJORETTES and will do its utmost to back up ;

,' "n' reed and operated a meat who handled the sale I Elects New Officers : The band has been practicing the team.
KI.' ,In the Woilam it Kendrick I marching almost every day this
i The grove, which is planted to --- -
Y -* i 1' week The week so that It can perform in the
"i i. opened In a new I Pan-American Club met
oranges limes and avocados, was I
'-0 0' on I the old Homestead PublicI I I Orange Bowl on New \ears day Merle Mizell Heads
owned by J. M. Holcomb and the
I building at Krome avenueV nets of the late John L. MeClana- i meet-ing I Misses Carol and Joy Lee hate Cheer Leader Group
1 W Second street been chosen M our new major-
I ,\ !II i carry my usual full line han.Mr. I ettes.Boosters'. .
Krame, w"lat.. father.0
f' .od l rela-tionship I Last Wednesday a group of
0 mean at good prices says Wm J. Krone was engineer In i I!
t' M rt.>n -I wish to extend myappreciation teachers met In the g>m and selected -
charge of building the !
0 -: to all whoI to Key West, has lived accomplish much this year Memhershin the following group of
I \ nth me at my old location most of his life In Homestead Since I The new officers are: president Restricted This Year I cheerleaders: Ruth Hmer Nellie y
.. I Cash, Faye Campbell Jeanne Eliv,
"ure them that they will his graduation from the University : Forest Burke: vice-president,
the!! same quality meats I Jeanette Cox; secretary Ann I Rosemary Ifonnington Merle M:il-
of Florida he has much
mpt courteous service at i spent Shackleford; and treasurer, Marie i! The Booster Club is an organization ell Dorothy Behrens. H. A. Amen
of his time his mother in
',caUont assisting I I Bashor. The program chairman Is' of student; that stands be- I, and Clyde Sw illey.
the of her
management extensive
", tt " grove lour school The number* endpaI Merle Mizell! and Nt' lie
cf serving, I extend a Mr Kendall Is owner and I Barbara Williams; the historian i as captain
n tition to give rm mirk- of the Harold E. Kendall1 operator I Ii o Carol Lee; and the parlia- I vour to arouse enthm,:.ii ,,red. interest -. Cash treasurer They art to I Ii I' a
in all the gain- ..::1of I I ,\ i ,.t 1f'.I. two hours \urk-out tgethet ?i.
I i packing house it Gou ds which mentarian, Buddy Lindgren .
much to do \\ tli out : a .1' .i- c'.irv wci k11th .
handles limes and ,uC.HJ,>< exilu.siuly --
Band! to Benefit From 'Student Council Asks .
.I Before coming to this scc-i 1IIIa -..: -
Contest and Concert I I I' lion he was connected with the ,[ Christmas Donations
-- Calavo Growers for a number of I
:"i a contest .n which I)jviarsj; The Student Council held its
it.(I b> W H Woods ----- regular meeting during the first
: : I' period Tuesday Mr. Wagner spoke
!>r Risen A* a prize j Death Takes Brother {
..,,r Monday for the beneII |I o to the council about a few of its
'nestead High School j:I Of Harry Schauherger I II I o activities The council decided to

I Itinner will have his or,I, Word was received---- here of the I sponsor the annual Chrutmas donations -
..r. a nun's woman I I drive, and to put n large
or t I\(I death of Ooldia Schaubuger' He
I 'h of which are dtai I I barrel in both the elementary and Birthday Sale
i. on (died earlyednesday I m a St
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i < Woods window Louis. Mo, hospital following a the high school where the student
t' .\ I tch will be given away 1 1t' brain operation may put donations of food, clothing -

rand concert to be given on I i I Ho Is a brother to Harry I. or toys Ends Saturday
i night "f Dec K, at which a'' Schauberger of Homestead and has They also discussed possibilities
.. .,er offering will take the place'j visited here several times for making money to help the

of in Admission charge The proceeds Burial will be at hia home town, band out in buying! several new Thrilling: values: in department-to help
from the contest and the concert I Punta Gorda Fla uniforms Mr. Wagner suggestedthat every
will be applied on the purchase Beside his brother, here he I the council try to erect someswings you early shoppers! You'll save on all your gifts

of a sousaphone which is leaves his mother, Mrs 0 M.'I for the lower graded out on -you'll have first choice, and you'll beat the

much needed m the band according -, Schauberger. another brother Marion the playground crowds Sears remain
by shopping
I now un-
The council is planning the next open
to Mrs W. B. Mills, director .
and a sister Mrs R. Roland
I assembly to Interest til 9 Saturday night and there's plenty of free
A meeting of the Band Parents; all of Punta Corda I program arouse ,
Association will be held Monday in the organization throughoutthe parking! Don t miss this big sale !
night at 730: in the high school student body. It also changedthe
music room and all parents of Death Takes W. W. Green, time of Its meetings from the Just One of the Outstanding: Values!
band members are urged to be Retired Railroad Man first to the seventh period.

present. Mr Mills announced I
Wm. Wesley Green a retired ENJOY THANKSGIVING oo
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railroad conductor who came to The student and teachers are SHiRTS 1
Funeral Services Held the Redland District 18 years ago: having a grand time during the

For Wm. H. Wells 81 from Springfield, Mo, died Sunday Thanksgiving holidays, Miss Jewel -
at his home on N. Krome Turner and Miss Helen Dialer
Wm H Wells 81, former ]lumberman road He was 82 years old. pent Thanksgiving Day In Live Made to Sears specifications! Sanforized-shrunk
lobe had been a boarder'" Funeral services were conducted I Oak and went on from there to
i r the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Tuesday at 2.30 p. m at Turner Homecoming Day at Florida State broadcloth, madras, and oxford cloth, carefully
Link in Redland, died Tuesday at f Funeral Home by the Rev. J. J. College for Women In Tallaha se" tailored, with non-wilt collars. Fast colors, and
Kendall Hospital Funeral services Richards. Burial was In Palm Miss, Julia Sullivan spent the holl \vo\en-in patterns. Sizes 14 to 17.
were conducted Wednesday at 2.30p Cemetery at Naranja days In Gainesville
m at the graveside in Palm Mr. Green who was an extensive Two of our students, Marv (.0" ITRKFT FLOOR MEN I FtRNHHlNfB
Cemetery, Naranja by the Rev. grower of avocados and In Burrett and Mary Jane Turner attended '
J J Richards Turner Funeral the early 1920s took an active the celebration !I.> t' r
Home was in charge of arrangements part in grower's organizationshere Orange Bowl in honor of *h I n 31111
: Is survived by two sitters, I tional guardsmen who Ire Ic >v -
Mr Wells came tc, Dade County !Mrs Nina Tague of Dallas, Texas, for Camp Blandmg Dick T r- Miami, Biscayne Blvd., 13th to 14th Streets
eight year ago from Fort Wayne and Mrs J. E. Taylor of McQueen,(brother of the girls, is a m ,J,
Ind i;Ark, of Company d of the MiamI'




Morton's Market, owned and operated by Geo. Morton traded with me at my old location and assure them that they

has moved out of the Wollarn & Kendrick store into its new will he guaranteed the same quality meats and prompt, cour-

location, the old Homestead public library building: at Krome teem ervie at my new place.To those I have not yet had the

Ave. and N. W. Second street, with a full line of good meats pleasure of serving extend a cordial invitation to give my k

at good prices. market and my services a trial 1

I wish to extend my greatest appreciation to all who GEO. G. MORTON.

Country Roll Butter lb. 34c F-esh Hamburger Steak Ib, 18c 2 Ibs. for-35c

Best Chuck Beef Roast Ib. 23c 'hor_ Whole Lamb Shoulder lb. IScy2 .

or hole Pork Shoulder, Leg End lb. 16c

1/2 or Whole I Pork Loin Ib. 19c'

Good Luck 01 )
\ eo. lb. 18c

Pork Chops and Cuts lb. 23c Churngold Oleo

Spare Ribs Ib,. .16cGeorgia
Bestl H'and Loin Steak Ib. 29c

t Bacon lb. 17c {

Dexter Sliced Bacon lb. 23c Salt Mackerel -each 13c or 2 for 25cr.



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Friday November 29,1940 LEADER ENTERPRISE Pare Three

:J S. Holland of Coral Gables In ''until 2 p. m. Sunday when the hotel business after wiling the
PRESBYTERIANS!the i land preparation business, U JTDOIUS; E. EVANS services will be held it St.tllner.1 hotel to Dr. and Mn It behind,
suing to enjoin Troup Brother Episcopal Church Burial and established the E\ins H"" TO OBSERVE 14T1IANNIVERSARY; from continuing the Infringement TAKEN BY DEATH In Woodlawn Cemetery. S Krome. avenue a t..>.:d i n(
and to get an accounting .,f noue
Mr. and Mn. ,
all ro..aaies:: or damages that ---.-- .n. came to Mr Evans 1x'II1W .,n.,,' "itev:
DaM County In toll from S1.1:1- "
j should ,u roe to him af holder "Cr.n'e T.'r"' (Th"! n,..< F I Evtr '- : known "Dnd'or, 'l' T '
ion Mich. and homesteaded in. a* i n : 't'I
of the patent' on the plow .. p,oneer hotel! and boarding and him Evans Mot,
1 Redland Later they nu\cj uHomestead : w.a. 'r
,, i I Mr lolland has the plow atwoik hou. owner of Homestead, "" 11.1 E\an"
and leased the town I
I The 14th anniversary of the on a project in Franjo al the separated from his Aid less than
hotel from W. D. Home and OP'I Beside :Mr J" Homestead Presbyterian Churchill ,,,present time two months In all the 62 yean '
erated it until it bur.td bin, Mr Evans Is' ed I I" .
.- \\n., 'Ut i 1\ \ 11-
\ be celebrated Dec !\ with a sine they were mamed
when they bought the tile and built'other daughter Mr Firril' ,'"'i' 1
supper for the congregation at the Mott er Evans died on Oct IIUncW ,
the Homestead Hotel, now the of Miami 14 IrRndl'ili,11.I ,! ,, mid
home of Dr. and Mn C. F. Robinson KELLYContinued Taal" Joined her .t 4
Hotel Redland They retired fr., ,eight' cwat-grand 'dmi "
on Epmore drive and by a o clock yesterday morning He w.i _
.. special morning service at the' M years old.
church on the following Sunday. ( from Page One> I Hu health none too good before
Plant for the supper, which will i i near the scene at the time Albert Mr. Evan pined away after the '
begin at T p. m next Thursday are I(January and Elisabeth Sage said, death of hit viife He became Ill\ : Brooker Lumber Co. Inc.
being made by W. H. Oueni I they did not we the accident at last Saturday and was taken Sunday i

president of the Menj Club and,:close range to James Archer Smith Ho*- For Qualit Lumber ('all This Number
Mn Ceo D. Ruehle \lce-preit-j i Mn Kelly returned home from pita I. where he died Hu. daughters -
dent of the \Vomani Auxiliary'''i the hospital lillI'Frida>' but, still Mn F E. Joy of Washington
Entertainment for the evening will I physically and mentally In a critical D. C.. who came here after the PUNTS
j be directed by the pastor the Rev., condItion. was unable to testify death of Mrs. Evans, and Mn B F I I 62 I TOOK
I Ceo H Ricks I'i at the inquest Stebbmi of Miami, were at hU' II\RDH\RE S.\SUull POORSHOMESTEAD.
At the I'eraa.ervlce on The coroner* Jury was marie uu bedside until midnight when It appeared
Sunday, Dec. 8, a large number of' of the following: Thos E. Kirby, there would' be no change ,
the charter members will be present -I foreman Geo E. Deuel Geld W. T. before morning FLORID
The pastor will speak on Why Snare F H Rutzke, Thomas Pan- The body: will lie In tate at the!,
the Church" and there will be no and George W. Schuler. Exam house from this, afternoon .
special music under the directionof 1-------- ---- -----
Dr. Robinson. .. .
The Homestead Presbyterian '
Church was organized in 19211 under ,', "" ,, ..:> ,;tI ,,'..'."' .... ,"". '
the leadership of the Rev. 1L. "I' 'l.: ,1 ". 1
Daniel Ivenon 'M' ;, R '
now pastor a <: : .. > : .
Miami church. The allraeliIInd '
I Ji ;
substantial North Krome church avenue building which on 1s TJ.t 1i .

free of debt and was dedicated H/HJH I
last year with Impressive service,
is evidence of the tead>' growth .
the church ha' experienced "
through the yc.uREDLAND
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addition, to two/'I'/ m"n.iftor n f Saver -
Palm Cut .. Ckwer A! on Is a "tier In a land
clearing and gr I'rl'p.lrtn"" lu,,>
ness, hat filed nait' ng,i:'r'i TH'up
Brothers! Mhn I c' n'r, 1.t.( fciinfrmg
,ng on a "'ed I ," I. 'L.,",
which he linn 1' i 111 .I "nni irt

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differs from u" "I ": .'.ri. '
in that It It de"i.II(,.1 it t I 1.\. tUrin
the fint place II' t 'nit t ,
place the ploy i I' \ t I' ,ro I "\i
front nf the ti"H I too' I 'I I ,
instead of uulhd

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fore thrown up hi the i ,'" : th
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them and 'Iftott a lI" n,,
and leveling pi'oic., ', I'" J1\ N 11 f
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Pa iro Four THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday: November 29, 19.10

TOtLEADER-ENTERPRISE r AIR RACESContinued I drying with heated prevailed.air for drying Experiment showed HOMESTEAD IIIGII-LIGIITS

that washed potatoes be dried
Publldd Frt.... at ....,.... Fla.be may I j
the 110011111 D" Publishing. (.." ...". ( from Page One) I without damage for four minutes '

Insured w ..rend wall .."or matron take- >tt*. maneuvering and I I in air heated to ISO degree F. Cub Scratchers Receive I nection with periods capital letters .; ,
Mirth II uu.t 'hPrnMtnl. _t .11I. at air precision at Miami and when ]Drying washed potatoes before and question mark I
.Murata.... .....IITt.. t1.rld.. ..... IM art ./ thtreach the network of I packaging by means of hot air drier Gift From Miss Holferty bliss Hay' room received a dol..

'doomed' towns, local I Judges will j was begun on a commercialscale I lar for having 100 per cent P. T. A.
chalk up points for the separate I In 1938 at Goulds, and The Cub Scratchers had theirregular membership. The children 1
PIN AItCIIIIIt: and 1.1... teams based on their abilities to'' the method hat proved so successful meeting Monday In Mrs. making pictures In are now
..JOIIII LEACH ARrRn .______ bomb In unison for the prevention of bacterial Bleler'i room. Bob Spear, the president I the Pilgrim story they with i
I are
____ ........, and T........ In addition to the trophies to be' soft rot In transit that Its use had charge of the meeting. ing. All the pupil In the study room IJ
given by Col. Clmbel crate of hal been extended to other potato Miss Holferty former teacher of; attended the Plnocchio :
fruits and vegetables will be given"sections. The hot air driers In use Homestead High hat given three perfect play. For .
every day
an American
NUB CRIPTION RATIO to all participant In the race by are described In the bulletin as book to the club which will be I
flag sticker 1 II ,
t O.tdda t. Dd..f County Dad. _County_.__.:::::= ::.:: packing houses In the towns J well a* pre-cooling methods which very helpful in imps oving our I the room made placed especially on a poster for that In ,,'-ii, !
"bombed" Mayor T. J. Harris of I] have eliminated much of the bac- writing ability. These books include purpose. F'

Homestead, who was present at1''terial rot from shipments but have : "Writing of News" by Ross, Mrs. Carter .'; .
was a substitute
4AA4 tAAAAAAAAAAAAAALIBRARY ..W the meeting, said he would see proven more expensive to use than "Interpretations of Journalism", Mrs. Hood last Friday. for !

that the racers got all the tomatoes heated air for processing. and "Interpretatlvs Reporting" by Mrs. Fifield' room made turkeys ...
FAL'TSAND In Bulletin 349 the symptoms of 't' .
they could use MacDougall. We oil wish to thank for (
Melanose are fully described and Thanksgiving and the stu ... 1
Carl Lambert, chairman of the Miss Holferty for the book and dent have been
FANCIESBy co-ordinating committee of the airmaneu'er. Illustrated and the cause and contributing appreciate the Interest she has Thanksgiving looking up :' 1
poems. The .
factor discussed pupil
introduced Carl From- are shown In the'club.A .
J. E. GUVENS Control experiments carried out made a volcano map In the land J
hagen chairman of the contest new deadline for new stories box In the room. ,
TTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtLIBRARY committee who outlined the pro from 1932-1937 In different localities to be In has been set which Is The .'
pupils have
posed the Rotes. i of the state, Including a comparison colored their
race to Other Introduced Tuesday afternoon at the latest
Col. Gimbel of pruning with spraying members AIda Connor turkeys in odd designs and color '::i
HOURS were H W. Two new which have been .
Coll co-chairman of the aircraft with various copper sulfur and and Dolly Barnett. were present. Donald attractively areranged. ',,,
exhibit mercury sprays, are reported In detail Posey brought ; <
committee: Mayor Frederick A scrapbook containing all news
Monday, Wednesday Thursday Glass of South Miami. chair. A section In the bulletin is devoted written by the Cub Scratchera Is eight imollle for the room' ; '.
new aquarium, and Barbara Wake- .f,
3-6 p. m. man for South Dade In the South to the control of Insects following to be started Assignments for the :
field brought bowl nor:1...
a of white
Tuesday Friday It m.-t the melnnose and
a. p. m. Dade precision race; Winfred sprays coming two weeks were made- cissus for i1
Saturday t.n a. m.1: J-8 p. m Brown also of South Miami, a another deals with the use of combination the room.
,-, p. m. member of the co-ordinating fungicidal and Insccticidalipray The elementary school had a
mittee. com *. Following the discussion of JUNIOR HIGH NEWS chapel program last Friday in con. ;

'Beggar that I am. I am The Rotary Club appointed result and conclusions, spray Miss Cook' seventh grade girls' nection with National Book Week. lit
V'Ipoor In thanks" committee composed of Ben Archer a schedule for the control of mela- health class just recently learned The program opened with the
Shakespeare. Adrian Jacobs and Max Losner- nose and of the principal Insects how to bandage varipu parts of singing of "God Bless America," :

to work out the Homestead Inimical to citrus In commercial the body and it Is now learning and Kenneth Grave had charge of
how to artifkal respiration.The the devotional. Psalm 100
for the Olmbel South IroIre presented In tabular give was :
A nation divided ai to Thanksgiving Dade Team Precision form. girls are also bringing! to read, the Lord prayer was repeated .j

Day celebrating either the decided that the race Race should and beheld Copies of both bulletins may school interesting pictures concerning I and the flag wa saluted Miss ".

preildentifilly decreed third Thursday on the first day of the maneu. be obtained free of charge from patriotism. Jackson's room had a part of the
or the traditional last Thursday vers Friday Jan 10.Meetlnlnformally. the county agricultural agent's office Many bright and nice looking program entitled "The Care ofBooks" ,
is truly a democratic wny ogovernment. with In Homestead or Miami booklet arc being made by the Mother Goose characters
of the the Miami seventh have I were carried out by Mr*. Edwards' .
Regardless arguments men after the Rotary meeting, ----- -- grade girl* They
for and against changing the committee decided to made the booklet covers In their room. Jackie Polk recited a poem s .
this date, In no country but a Homestead's fleet of dusting urge XMASCHEERContinued art classes and are now filling the called "'Ihe Boogie Man," and \ ,

democracy could such freedom of planes which will be here by Jan.sir- ,booklet with tact related to Japan I Jimmie Watson and his mother y.

choice be exercised In not this 10 to take part In the South Dade I ( from Paw One) In their geography classes. played a violin duct Mrs Hood's
something for which to be extremely race I mss Cheer fund in Homestead: The eighth grade boys of Mrs and Mrs. Thurman's classes had a

thankful The teams will leave Miami at Mayor Lawrence Becker of Florida Rutland's room were proud to win playlet "The Finger Fairies'" and
Considering the quotation above II a. m and finish at Homestead I City and Edward Stiling, president the dollar at the last P. T. A. meetIng Mary Lou Musselwhite of Mrs.Hood's .
from n spiritual standpoint ware e about noon, when their members I of the Redland District Chamber They have won the dollar at room played a piano solo.
all beggars depending upon will be entertained at luncheon by of Commerce were appointed to two of the P. T. A. meetings of this Two readings were given by Miss

Cud's mercy for help. Americas the local committee before they solicit In Florida City: A. W. Me year. Mary Eleanor Williams The program

a nation itch among nations, {,start back to Miami! for the windup I Vicker and Mrs. W. P. Cash In -AIda Connor. was ended by Mrs. Cooper'
aeem tn be "even pour la thanks" of the race Five teams have already Princeton, W. H. Owens and Mrs. room, which had a book contest.

And so.extending i the ThanksgivIng I -,I entered for the race Mr. D. 1:. Basher, In Goulds, Mr Mac ELEMENTARY: : NEWS -Clarice Dod. onHomestead .
con clou n ss over a period often Fromhngen aald.I Donell and Al Lindgren, In Eureka Mr. Edwards' pupils are enjoying "" "' ""
day should be good for our __ ; and Cha Pratt and Sam J. the Thanksgiving border Girl Scouts
national soul Davis In Redland and Silver Palm around their have Br MARY SIBER Scribed
But e\en this extension of time SOFTJROTContinued Representatives from the Llon'i new hectograph room.The They class has a "".....".....,....,......"..""..N,.".."........."....".,,..N
I l. Insufficient to give thanks In Club present at the
l meeting were: a record attendance. We have been invited to spend
comparison to our blessings What ( from Page One) Mr. Kirby John Graves. George Raymond Pierce of Mrs. Thur- overnight at Stillman's. We will goat
man or woman In America today Cooper and Mr. MacDonell, from 9
casual man's room brought a collection Friday morning stay all day,
organism proved to bestrain
r can deny that every day should I I II the Rotary Club, Roy Chandler and
of lovely shell. which the children spend the night and leave the next
a of Erwlnla cartovora I II
be Thanksgiving-when the bead!I E. B. Blackburn ,
; Homestead P. T Robinson
normal butte have been very much Interested i inPhyli morning. Betty Gatlin, Patty -
inhabitant of
should bow and the knee bend In i I soil whetfrlta'pI relative abundance potato A., Mrs M. F. White Mrs Kirby, Mcndelson brought some Mary Suber and Wilda
thankfulness lest our Benefactortire I Mrs. Green Rive, Mrs. Anderson shells that she had brought from Bates were appointed to plan the
ot His ungrateful children? depend largely on the supply I
and Mrs C. Hagler Rice, Red-
of moisture and of dead plan Long Island bench With the P. T .
mateilal It wilt invade dead or injured land P. T. A. Mn. Herman Heln- A. money, they bought some rubber Patty Robinson Is to write to Dr.
tissues only 'When they I lein and Mrs. Arthur Davis; Homestead tips to go on the legs of the H s. Wolfe of the University of
History repeats Itself in atmost are
: I wet Washing. the potatoes Business and ProfealonalWomen'l chairs In the room, The child] I
every human activity as win be servesto Club, Mrs. Ben Archer: informslion!
are learning language rules 1
spread the Inoculum and furnishes
men by the following taken from t
I Woman's Club of Homestead. Mrs .
I form. The In hostess.
poem poems are con was
the moisture for
"Mark Twain In Eruption. Mark necessary Hammett; Junior Woman's Club of
Twain might have been the growth of the bacteria. i .-
writing Homestead, Mrs. Robert Glenn - --- -- -
ibout piex-nt condition but It was: Laboratory experiments were
carried out to determine the effect I j I JrThe
of Theodore Roosevelt when he next meeting of the committee I BIRD'SIndorsed
wrote: of various methods of drying of I will be held Friday evening

"Mi Roosevelt has done what he, chilling and of treatment with I Dec. t, at 7:30: clock in the city i
could to destroy the industries, ol.; chemicals on the subsequent development hall.
the count>.. und they all stand I of the rot It was found 1
that rapid drying of the tuber
now in a half-wrecked condition "
i D r. Leonard W. HaskinGLASSES
end waiting in nn ague to sec Miriam before or scion after packIng
what he will do next One would control the disease in I sp..iall.Ing I. rye 111..1.011..
i more
hake-up and they will go. perhaps I storage or shipment. Ordinnn m. I I Filling and a.aalrlng .f \ USED CARS

: : He Is ready to lend himself blasts from fans or blowers aver ,

to any wildcat scheme that anyone not sufficient to give thorough I II I 141 N. F. rinl. M., Hl.... rife I Ii
Csa.pretnsr. Air Conditioned unr used cars always represent good but the
drying on a commercial scale when value
1 : invent j I II
can for the bilking ol I C.n". MNM T.... AWe I
the treasury provided he can get j atmospheric conditions adverse to ... JI i ones listed below are unusually choice and we recommend

; an advertisement out of It." I I any one of them for your consideration.

I Does not this read very much ] ...........................................as
like articles that have appeared |I f

J from time to time about Franklin' truthfully say:- 1931 FORD TUDOR SEDAN-cheap transporta-

n Roosevelt? tion.
J .

The library staff feel that the PONTIACIs 1935 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN -very

1 patrons have had ample time to get clean new tires ; priced to sell.
accustomed to the borrowers' cards I

that should be presented when I 19.W; POXTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN original

books are borrowed, returned" or" I The NEWEST Car. I' paint ; Rood tires ; looks new inside; radio ;

renewed The exception ltp. priced below the market.
do not diminish and our patience;r FOR 1941It's .: I, I
ia sorely tried when we must I

search through them to straightenout I j :
I patron'cord.. Before visiting 1939 FORD FORDOK TOURING SEDAN-

the library please be sure you really I radio; original; paint; priced right. !

halve borrovvir. '..rrl. Otherwise
your > ( NEW PontiacSFE
there mill bo a small charge i

for the extra c-keepiitg! required I I 1939 PONTIAC DELUXE ..I-DOOR TOURING

when the card Is not Prewitted. rONTMC'S TORPEDO FLEET SEDAN-new tires ; very clean.

Preston B. Bird Motor Co. I I I'I

J. B Priestly ha. instructed bill '
publisher la pay a British war
relief fond all the royalties 8. Krome Art Opposite Tag Office 'I

on his new book. "Britain Sponk .1'' 24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE ; i Krome Ave. Phone 18
The publisher, Harper te Brothers
will contribute all their profit on : Day Phone It Night Ph m S36-R : j OPPOSITE TAG AGENCY

this bqok to the tame Cause. II ." . ,, .,

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Friday November 29, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pate Five


}. . Social Events in South Dade . i i




Louise Hill of Miami to Louis --
J:, The marriage of Miss Virginia 1 1A I graduate from Homestead Higji Dukes West, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Elizabeth Jane Bow of MI- The bride a granddaughter of

: ;,Nell Dorsey of Homestead and School In 1939 and later from the G A West of Homestead, Is an- ami was wedded to Lieut, RaileyW Lily Lawrence Bow founder of

.'.. fo Ham McMichael. Jr., of 1I-1 Homestead Business College An nounced by the bride-elect's parents Macey, Jr., of Redland Friday the municipal library which bears \
'.' K.took place Sunday morning at accomplished musician, she plays Mr and Mrs. F. J. Hill of night In Holy Cross Episcopal her name, was teacher of home I
i' \ o'clock at the parsonage of the I the piano, saxophone and accordion Miami. Church in Miami. Dr. Edgar L, economics in Homestead High r

,' t;,', Tint Baptist Church of Homestead. and this winter the will ".N"NIIII/1ININ,.,..".." ,,,,,.,,-,,,,..,,,,,........,"... Pennlngton rector of the church, School last year She is a graduateof
il, The ceremony wa performed by serve as an assistant at the ErdellMutohler I performed the ceremony In the Miami Edison High School and

.. Y, it, Dr. J. E. Johnstone, pastor of the school of mUsic. The Calendar presence of relatives and close of Florida State College for Wo-

j, church. The bridegroom Is a son of Mr. ._"-IN INN W/N/I..I,.NIII/NNII-- I fl'l lends. men here she wa a charter member -

't!, ,, Mr, and Mrs Vernon Smith of and Mrs. Wm. McMichael of Mlu- The church was decorated with of Chtfixico Chapter of the
Miami cousins of Mr McMlchncl. ami who resided In Homestead un- Nov. 30-Art Clubs auction garden flowers and ferns D A. R.Lieut. .
v til a few months He also sale of pictures In Loaner building Is of Mr. and
were the attendant ago. Is a Miss Mary Bow, sister of the Macey a on
graduate of Homestead High School at 7:30: p. m. bride, was maid of honor and Mrs. R. W. Macey. He Is a graduate -
; The bride wore a light blue tailored Nov. 30 Third Junior
and Homestead annual
- Business College Lloyd Ayers of Miami was the best of Redland High School and of
; dress with white accessories While In school he was outstanding Woman's Club cabaret. man. the University of Florida where he
'" I.i and a corsage of white'rose buds Dec. 2-Meeting of Homestead TrainIng
as a basketball player. was In the Reserve Officers -
'' : She Is the youngest daughter of The young couple will live In B. P. W. C. at 8 o'clock, The her bride brother was, given Richard In marriageby L Bow. Corps Last year he served a*

< Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dorsey and a Miami where the bridegroom owns Dec. 2-Meeting of Y. W. A. of flannel tailored cadet teacher and assistant to B.

, native of Homestead She was a ,and operates a grocery store. First Baptist Church of Home- She wore a black ro.e accessories anda M Hindmnn principal of the
,.: 'i stead at home of Miss Ellen Vann. dress with Homestead schools.
Dec 2 Business corsage of baby white chrysanthemums -
: Junior Woman's Club.
;' CLASSES TO BE HELD BY LOCAL ART CLUB I Dec. 2-Meeting of W. M. U.i The maid of honor wore a gray HEAD 1OBDFI CIRCLE

( circles. flannel suit with brown accessoriesand I Mrs Lloyd Field was elected
Dec. 2-Garden Club meeting a corsage of bronze chrysan-
Jennie Lobdell Circle
it' The Homestead Art Club voted all]) leader of the
organizations could use.
with Mrs. O. W. Calkins. themums.
Woman's of Christian
4 of the Society -
,' at Monday's meeting at the home I
The hostesses Miss Dec 2 Business of W
Hausman meeting Immediately after the ceremony Service of the Homestead
of Miss Bertha Mill
Hausmnn to ',I and her mother Mrs Frank Haus- S. C. S. In Homestead Methodist a reception was held at the home Methodist Church at meeting
;\a have the weekly painting class ,man, served a salad course and Church at 3 o'clock. of the bride's mother Mrs. Richard Monday night at the home of Mrs.
meet Monday afternoons and Monday tea. Dec. 2-Band Parents' Association
. I Lawrence Bow Sr. Mrs. Bow was Field
y evenings Instead of Saturday I| Present were: Mrs. C. Hagler meeting In Homestead High assisted In serving by her daugh- Other officer elected were: Mrs
forenoons and afternoons. A
.Ii : pot- ,Rice Mrs. Blackburn, Mrs. Hem- School. ters-in-law Mrs. Richard Bow and Joel J. Robinson, assistant leader
luck dinner at 8 o'clock will be
mings Mrs. Skill Mrs Hood, Mrs Dec. Meeting of Redland Mis George Bow, and by Miss Mrs Geo Barnes, secretary; Mrs.
served under the new plan Instead Anderson Mrs. Reynolds Mrs Neighborhood Circle with Mrs Mary Lopez of Daytona Beach and A. M. Logan, treasurer. Mrs Bruce
of the former luncheon.
f pot-luck Webb Mrs Gatlin, Mrs Archer Emma Wright. Miss Mary Ann Dry of Miami Ennis was elected chairman of the
' Those who can do so will attend sand: the hostess. Dec. 3-Benefit fish fry of Red- The house was decorated with flower committee
both afternoon and evening sessions land Community Church at the Christmas vine and chrysanthemums -
,::h ;I I I Miss Lobdell conducted the Bible
l .
church. decorated
An elaborately lesson.
The evening class, It was decided MRS MARRIES EFFLYN FRED CARROLL 1IENN Dec. J.-Meeting of Outlook wedding cake made by Mrs George! study The December meeting will bea

will meet the needs of several Circle with Miss Mary McNeill. Bow and Mrs Rudolph Gossman Joint Christmas party with the
former members and possibly Mrs. Efflyn Carroll of Detroit and I
Dec. Business meeting of centered the dining tttble other four circles of the society
tome new members who can not Florida City and Fred Henn of
Homestead W. S C. S. in church.
The bride and bridegroom left on Dec. 17, it was decidedl\ -
attend during the day I I Florida City were married In Miami -
I Dec. Spaghetti dinner and
at once for a short honeymoon to \Barnes will be hostess to the circle
The monthly program meeting Saturday food sale of Sacred Heart Society. home of Jan. 4.
I I Versailles, Ky, former lat her home on
will hereafter be on the third Mrs Henn has been spending the I Dec 4-Redland P. T. A. box Lieut. Macey They will then -
I proceed
Wednesday afternoon of the month, II I winters In Florida City for several supper at 7 o'clock. to Tort Knox, Ky., where the I The Dude County Council of
it was decided. Mrs. Paul Reynolds years and is a property owner Dec Homestead P T. A. executive bridegroom Is stationed as a first Parents and Teachers will meet in
and Mrs. B, M. Hindman there. committee meeting at i lieutenant In the armored division I Robert E. Lee Junior High School
will be hostesses at the December
Mr Henn has resided in Florida p. m. of the U. S. Army. Wednesday at 10 o'clock.
meeting at the home of Mis Hind-
Dec. Meeting of Legion Auxiliary -
City for many years I ..
man.Mrs. will live In the Henn houseon at 8 p. m.
Frank Webb exhibited
Dec. B.-Meeting of Woman'sAuxiliary
copies of paintings by Flemish, West Palm avenue In Florida I of Episcopal Church. I'

German and early Dutch masters, City. Dec. Election of officers of

and gave brief talks on the painters Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S.

themselves DINNER PARTY GIVEN I I Dec. B-Health movies In Wo-
Mrs. R. F. Blackford lead ,I AT J. R IIU'KSON HOME man's Club building at 8 oclock

a sketch of the life of Doris Lee. Mr. and Mrs J R. Hickson entertained I Dec 10.-Business meeting of
and exhibited a copy of her humorous I members of their familiesat Homestead Woman's Club.

picture, "Thanksgiving a Thanksgiving dinner at their I Dec. 11-Meeting of Redland P.
The club decided to have an home In NaranJa yesterday I T. A. at 8 p. nvDec r
exhibit booth at the Fruit Festival I 11-Book Review Club
Covers were laid for: Mr. and ;
and Mrs Flank Skill and MIR
Mrs J. L. Hickson, Mr. and Mrs. meeting In library.
Lonnie Hood were appointed to I
Dec 12-Meeting of Junior Mu-
Walter Jones of Miami Mrs. Orin
. make arrangements for It.Mr. Mrs. I Ekey of Lake Worth Mrs. E. C. sic Club with Mary Frances and
.. Maud E. Chandler
Ruth Rutland at I o'clock.
I Wallace of Miami Beach and their
Frank Hausman, Mrs. B. E.
Gatlin Mrs. Alex Hemmings, I daughter, Miss Virginia Mils Ann I meeting Dec Presbyterian Auxiliary
Hickson Richard and Dlalr Hick-
Mrs Russell Anderson Mrs : son and Mr. and Mrs J. R. Hick- Dec. 13-Meeting of Princeton
Blackford and Mrs Paul Reynoldsv Home Demonstration Club with
placed on the booth commit- I i son I Mrs. Walter Peterson.

tee.Mrs. Dec. 15-Legion and Legion
Archer. president spoke of Auxiliary Christmas supper part .
the possibility of starting a cul- 630: in Legion hall. V
tural center or community build- Committee chairmen appointed jat I Dec 16-Homestead High Schoo
ing In the center of town which by the president, Mrs. J. D. Wy- I Band concert

song, at a meeting of the Redland I Dec. 17-Rotary Christmas party _
Home Demonstration Club FridayIn Dec 18-Meeting of University
AT REDLAND HIGH SCHOOLA I the Redliind Community Church I Club at home of Mrs J. R: Rut-
were: Mis E. A. Barnes, 4-H; land
box supper Is planned for I Mrs M A. Baker membershipand I MI
Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock by relief, and Mrs Chas Lair II I
Redland P. T. A. to raise funds for clothing and millinery.Mrs. I

the athletic department of the I J. A. Rotherhnm, council

school. representative reported that Mrs : \1'- ) I TheSeason's

Cake walks and other fun-fca- Wysong scrap book wan awarded i p
turet are planned. I third prize In the scrap book con- { ;: I

test for first year presidents at a

REDLAND CHURCH meeting of the Dade County Coun- I =t :
TO HAVE FHH FRY cil of Home Demonstartion Clubs :

The Redland Community Church I held in Miami the first of the "i

will give a fish fry on the lawn of month -, .
the church Tuesday, Dec 3, from Members brought nmples of ::-
6 to 8 o'clock. Tickets may be pur- I their favorite ckiov and exchanged (C1

church.chased from members of the I I recipes Ith other members .Eautli Greetings.

DMD,lasting waves of aqusrttt- i
lowliness, with Thennicju, the

ANNUAL SPAGHETTI DINNERCOUNTRY !sorer tkMterlm comfortable method i a Cool,

and From
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Sacred Heart Church Clubhouse U1tUlI1J..UCIUfJ i

.. nil M..>,,..l_ 1 'DRUG
Homc<;tr.id. Flu (U' Pww1..n. ..._ nap -AX '

-rrK POLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON"rbonrt :
11 ,30 a m. to 2p.m. 5:30: to 8p.m. PARLOR ria. M and '101.
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Paw Six THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday November 29.1940

at Holy Cross Episcopal Church in FEDERATION CHAIRMAN PRESENTS ART

Miami on Friday and Saturday.i I
i W E. Rheney and Mrs

Social EventsMISS I Ceo N Wakefield, counselors, as
I well as other members of the league Commander Lewis p. Clephaneof Julian H. Webster, a violin solo by

expect to attend one of the business Coral Qablej, member of the Mrs Herman Marks, and a vocal
sessions or the banquet and solo by Mrs. H. K. Foulk, the
Blue Dome -
Fellowship spoke on
dance to be given Saturday night president,

4 The Homestead league will lose the history of art to member of Mrs Foulk announced that a
ELEANORE HOLFERTY IS HONOREDAT !I possession of the John D. Wing the Woman Club of Hom..teadTue.doy rummage sale will be held in December

PRENUPTIAL PARTIES DURING WEEK cup, which if offered to the league In the clubhouse when the and asked that articles be
i sending the most representationthe club observed National Art Week brought to her home or to that of

[ greatest distance to the con.PROGRESSI'E Mrs. Clephane, portrait painterand Mrs, J. D. Perkins Mrs Adrian
a Miss 1 Eleanore Holferty, daughter Mrs. Roebrt McVean Mrs. F. P. j
vention chairman of art of the Dade Jacobs and Mrs. A. E, Paul were
of Mr. and Mrs J. M Holferty of Ray Mrs W. M. Fifleld, Mrs Hugh County Federation of Women welcomed as new members
South Allapattah Gardens and Sherry, Mrs B. M Hindman, Mrs / Clubs, displayed paintings by her.
DINNER The clubhouse decorated
bride-elect of Floyd O Arpan of T 9. Bleier, Mrs. Ida Elchenberger was
self and Thor Bob Con-
by White
ENJOYED BY LEAGIEA with red hibiscus, the club flower
Evanston III has been honored Mrs E. B. Blackburn, Mrs Thomas
avale, Robert Little, Buena V. Edwards
progressive dinner and ferns The hostesses, Mrs W
was enjoyed
with several prenuptial showers Murphy, Mrs R. J. Hester, Mrs
by members of the Epworth Myrtle Taylor Bradford, W. Hastings, Mrs. Carl Drawdy,
and parties during the past week. R. N. Herman Mrs H O. Cron-
Evelyn Ireland, Clara Prince, Hazel
League of the Homestead Methodist Mrs J. F. Hammett Mrs. p. J,
wall. Mrs Ruth L. Scott, Mrs Sarah
Miss Holferty will leave next Church Tuesday evening Harrison and Mrs Elizabeth Franklin and Mrs Anderson, useda
Hckson, Mrs J. R. Rutland,
week for Evanston where the Henderson
Mrs S. J. Busha of Buford, Ga., The first course, at which Miss Thanksgiving color scheme In
wedding will take Dec. 21.
place Mrs W R. Anderson art chair
the refreshment coursyellowand
Mrs Harvey Cossman Mrs Green Antoinette Moye and Willard Norman I
The Worrnns Auxiliary of the were host and hostess man for the Homestead club, Introduced green Iced cakes. yellow and
Rives, Mrs Larry Pope Miss Ling. was
Homestead Presbyterian Church Miss Eula Ray and Miss Lola Behr- served at the home of Mr Norman Mrs Clephane green mints, and punch
honored, Miss Holferty with a reception ena 's parents, Mr and Mrs: Edw,i A musical program presented A business meeting will be held

and miscellaneous showerat On Monday evening Miss Hoi- Norman, Jr. The main course was before the art exhibit consistedof Dec 10 and a Christmas party will
the home of Mrr. A. A. Payne ferty was honored with a china served at the home of the Rev two solos by Mrs. Emmett I be held with the Junior Woman

Tuesday afternoon. shower given by Miss Virginia and Mrs J. J. Richards where Mrs Crowson a piano solo by Mrs Club of Homestead
The living room was decoratedwith I
Ivan Moser, Miss Jamie Richards
Fagan at her home In Miami. Miss
poinsettias the flower which and Miss Nella Sauls "
h to be used In her wedd ng. The Fagan was a roommate of Miss At the desert course were,hostesses servedat VIRGINIA MARLOR PRESENTS PUPILS
the of William
Holferty at College
dining. room had Thanksgiving Gatlins Soda IN PIANO
and Mary In Willhmsburg Va. Fountain, Miss PROGRAM AT TERBURG HOIII9Virginia
decorations of flowers, candles and Miss Lois Behrcns assisted in serving Marybelle Glbbs, Miss Helen Moye

fruit centerpieceIn and Sparkman Holding were hostesses Manor presented herHomestead and Mrs. Marlor minuet (Pader-
the receiving line with the and host. :. :
Ionics and Miss Holferty were: A tea was given Sunday afternoon Games were played on the lawn I pupils In a' program ewskl), Blanche Circilo; 'Playing
Mrs Holferty, Mrs A. F. Arthur from 4 to 6 clock by Mrs R. of the church under the directionof of piano ensembles and solos Fri. Soldiers" (Hopkins), Frances Foster -

president of the society, Mrs. J. A. H. Ford and Miss Mildred Single- Donald Cross assisted by Miss day evening ot the homa:of. Mrs. ; "Old Woman Who Lived In a
nil ks Mrs T. L. lodges' and Mrs tary at the home of Miss Single- Elizabeth Hall, Miss MarllUl"e1Field Andy TerburR I Shoe" (Rolfe). Mary Jo Terburg;
Ceo D. Ruehle. tary. In the r..ceh'lnglinl' were the and Miss Sauls The following"numbcM.' were polka (Williams), Doris Singleton
Mix C. Ben Plummer presided hostesses, Miss Holfeity and !Mrs Another refreshment given: duet "Anvil Chorus' '(Verdi : "Honey Bell Polka" (Streab-

at the bildc book which! had been Holfcity Miss Lois Behrcns assisted served at the Dixie Dru course,. was ), Grletje Terburg and Blanche bog). Mary' Jo and Grletje Ter
decorated and presented by Mils In sen Ing. Among the eighty Those Clrcllo: "Dance of the PnnslesC burg: Value Blue" (Margis),
attending Mr. and
Jane Gatlin guests were Mr. and Mrs D. P. Mrs David were: ( Martin) Mary Jo Terburg;+I Blanche Clrcllo: America," Billy
Williams, Mr. and Mis :
Scarf Dmce; (Chamlnade.) Jacobs and John McLean "By the
The gift were presented to Mist! Blake and daughter Bitty, of Lloyd Field Mrs. Moaer, Mist ;
Holferty b Tom Hodges and South Allnpnttah Gardens. Gilotje) Teibing: Undci the Double (
> Martha Close, Miss Ms CaplingerMiss I
Eagle (Wagner). Mm'low Ja-
Richard Dill who were dressed II' Effie Booth Miss Louise Bar-bara :
delneryboys. Mis Paul Haley h:. |HEALTH MOMES( Hearing, Misses Helen. Mildred cobsen: "Our China Don (Hopkins I
charge of the presentation of gifts TO HF ill''S DEC 9Movies and Margaret Field Miss Richards, ) and 'Marions Waltz" (!Mrs. i burg
health habits will be J. D. Redd), Marlon AndersonWhnt ; ,
Guests wrote telegrams of gi .rtwisles 01 Misses Antoinette and Helen 1\10), Mrs Tciburg served refreshments -
using the Initials of Mi$' ,.,own Monday night Dec 9, at 8'clock Mils Sauls Miss Gibbs, Robert the Brook Babbles (Pol- ,
H Ifcrty and Mi Arpon. in tl" Woman's Club bulld- Cast, Donald Cross Spnrkmnn din). Blanche Circilo: "The Dying

Mi.. Vane Harris presided at th, I 'K to all w, men of Hit community Holding and Wlllaid Norman. Poet (GottichillO,. Barbara Jean
IHIIIOI browl. Mia D. P. Blake Mm \' ho are nterest..d. the Dade Smith: "In a Cane ". D-- Lewis: I Miss Anno I.11" public affairs
>. : chairman. i 1'1.11I'1"l ': a program
County Tujprculosi! Association to Color (Anthony' i
Carl F. Robinsrm and Mrs. (
:MRND ;MRS nOR!>EY I' Ikbpnrlloi on city go; ,ruin i III 'or Mondayn
Frirk assisted at the tea tr',le. of Miami U supplying! the films John McLcin: Prirm '" '
.. The bride coke was a gift of MiH '.. I and the Junto> Woman Club of GIVE FAMILY DINNER ( r). Fiances F, st' "VolgBoitmin Uit, mrl'I'! r lie HomestendB
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Dorsey entertain P W. C. in the! Chamber of
W. Johnston. Homestead Is *xmsoi'Ing the shoLPJ5iCOf \\'- Gristle Tciijui-R! : duet.
Ins. -. their daughters and sons "Petitnnkinoisc- Mrlc'! .1. uhsen Comment o hW, ' Olchr invited were: Mrs. J 1'. -
In-law at a Thanksgiving dinner -- -
Train Mrs R. C. Jackson Mrs
( I
.1. YOUNG PEOPLE yesterday at their homeAttending ,
\'. BIIII, Mis A. r Darling T,T'sJ I rf
were: a r
R. Hkltson Mrs. C. F. RUM '
Miss Si,"anne Brown. president Claude Campbell, Mr. and MI'I
Si .. Mi. R. E. Trotter, Vn I 1s3 r-Miter-Sin-
son I'
i"f the Young Pioplcs ServiceLague Bowling G. Dye of Coral Gable _
)0'. O tlln. :Mrs Jack Gr I cold making I
of St. Juhn Episcopal Mr and Mrs. Wm McMicInel Ji I lia
Mrs Jones Ne bitt Mrt Fran bsnism
< G I Church, will be the official dele-I of Miami, Connie Claudia and I cat needs
Itthrtv t Mis' W II. OwensIrs b, ,u- never
('tar.; : Oolev, Mrs: S R: Biooki: : gate to ,the diocesan' conventionof Jimmy Campbell and' Mr .and! I (= oiling cuts current
Young(People Service Leagues Mrs Dorsey.
Mm II J. Armstrong Mrs J.t.. coin,

Drown Mrs. H. H Graham. Mis d.. t
Norris Von Geldien. Mrs Wm. I

I.oni ,biny, Mrs J. Sapos Mi < livery tr0

Gordon F.. Dill. Mrs Charles Pratt. I Do YourChristmas .'- d SserttnyaQsirAT. able Midth

., IXMf,\S! ('J. \11 S ELECTS!' '>tcr CubRelye.leta ..) ish lnr .

MI:S. \RPHl PRESIDENT' Shopping ?c

i Mrs C. T. Harper was elected

president of the Dorcns Class of the ,
First' Baptist Church of Homestead O MPPad Slid

j. nt a fnl''lhliNov, 21 at the home : LocallyWe ,.food" 1 1dewylash

of M... J. Lawrence S ottMis .
F. L. Lawrence was elected cri.nprotecaI
I. fut vice.pi evident: Mrs M. D : cordially invite you to look over the gift selections I vitamins,8avorandr
J.leob..n. sl'lInd'lcepreldt'nt I uispnee.
E I Mis S. A. Proctor, third \'11'I -; we have. The include the following nationally 1

I president; Mrs. S. A. Turner, secretary Model IytAm
I : : and Mrs Charles Martin advertised articles : Vol** of \

i .I treasurer Mrs Julia Pi\Ik Is teacher -
of the class

i' The class meeting voted to omit the December Shirtcraft Shirts and Pajamas ItsrJIt Ttu-. $139.75

I I English Ascot Ties 1
aIr1I/N eNMr

i Paris Belts and Suspenders Iii fII(el/I/J/f 1Vfl !

TICKETS IlickocK Belts and Suspenders --
See this NewestFRGIDAIRE5

I I TO Star Brand Bedroom Slippers

J Junior Woman's Club Radnor RobesLambKnit -

Sweaters "BARGAIN NOW !"

I Victoria Leather Jackets
; CABARETC.of tttt ml rheas tlhtr fittings ...J (ea. e Automatic Interior Light 4; ..

Linen Initial Handkerchiefs : tures Tit,,,ami in most m the fnmlitt a Lift.out Chromium Shelf..Permits,J)
Wise tie frtfuUin,'.", quick adjustment| for bulky roods,
(IHuiMhuf' i Poll) Parrot Boots for Boys and Girls e One-piece, sll-tteel cabinet e Frosted Glut Cold Storage Tray I .
e Automatic Reset Defroster e Exclusive F,114 Safe Refrigerant

Holnesti.1d' .. To ? e Large hosed: Storage Compartment, iperae on mled.in me..hani.m.I te

.. Alligator Gabardine Coats All.h l"inl.. ....*roiuiue, a Built and Backed bjr General Motors \ I

ON SALE : e 10-polat Cold ContipL: .ell OW MOW !W ylM DmomnADON J

See another great bargain! lowest pries 6 Cubic Foot [ ,

AT Ever Offered Model SVS-6 has Meter-Miser and (
HOMESTEAD famous FrigIdaire features Only e e e e. e e $ [


t 10 11. M., Sat. Not. 30 Next (e rOIl Office\\lttkop Buchanan. Props Homestead : HOMESTEAD FURNITURE CO.

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1 ) AND MRS. LEHMAN: I cial relations and local church ,, I I

GIVE' BUFFET SUPPER i activities; Mrs. M. M Ramsey Our regular meeting Monday II I RATE: First insertion 10* a line; subsequent Insertion!

I Mr. and Mrs. Lee H Lehman entertained supplies: Mrs. W. E. Rowell Wesley night was featured by a Thanksgiving 5* a lint-

the Thursday Night Service Guild: Mrs. J. D. Wy- program under direction of _2i

rIdlll Club with a turkey buffet song, student work: Mrs. Stillman. George Wingate and the other program i

Cupper and bridge party at their young women's and girls' work; committee members The TRADE MISCELLANEOUS

Jiome Nov. 21. Miss Eitelle Turner, literature and program consisted of a Thanksgiving 40 acres ALLAPATTAH GARDENS
.- Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. Wakcfield publication; and Mrs A. M. Vivian talk by Jack Campbell and east of Princeton for Real r.late l Loam

s were high score prize winner in spiritual life and message. special harmonica music by John Miami vacant or improved. LOANS TO BUILD, MODERNIZF,
bridge. I I REPAIR Residential), Grove
Landrum and John McLaughlin. SEWELL REALTY, IXGRA-
\ Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bevo Besides the scheduled and Business PropertyFrom
regularly HAM\ BLDG., MIAMI. nlS-d6))
t Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rheney, MRS. IIILEY IS SPEAKERAT numbers on the program, several $30 to $5.000-fl":1\ mo to

l tc Mr., and Mrs. W. R. Bird Mr. and I AIMLMRY MEETINGMrs. other members volunteered some I FOR KENT 5 years.

Mrs. B. M. Hindman, Mr. and Mil. Paul Haley gave a talk on harmonica music which added to No Down PI.mt'nt-No Red Tape

Frank Webb, Mr. and Mn. T. J. foreign missions at a meeting of the program and was enjoyed by IFOR RENT5 rooms and bath. SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Faust, Mr and Mn. Wakedcld and the Woman's Auxiliary of the all present. Some of these were: Modern house. Phone 526-J, $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $639 mo.

M*. and Mrs. Lehman. I Homestead Presbyterian Church Phillip Reams, F. C. Stevens, Jr,. I (pn tIRE..Ti5 : \ I $500 for 38 mo Repay $15 9:3:0

I at the home of Mrs. R. E. TrotterIn Earl Wysong, R. A. Bethea and $1,500 for 60 mo.-Repay
... :Modello Nov. :21 Richard Prothero. FOR acres of good bean mo.Ask
,JUNIOR MUSIC CLUBHAS land. See L. P. for FREE: Estnnntii
Mrs. T L. Hodges had charge of Various committee reports were Kendrick East
MONTHLY MEETING the Bible study lesson. heard and step were taken to organize I Campbell St. or Justice of Peace Without Obligation

A Thanksgiving program was Others present were: Mrs. Lawrence a chapter harmonica band, S. L. Kendrick, I. O. O F. Hall! We also have F H.A. LOANS fnt

presented at a meeting of the Pope, Mrs. A. F. Darling, as well as to consider organization I (pIl29\ New Homes, payable "m.mUily
Foster Junior Music Club
Stephen { Mrs Frank G. Hathaway, Mrs. of a chapter orchestra. over 20-25 yens
Nov. 21 at the. home of Mrs. Bevo' N. Van Geldren Mrs. Grace Me- Others present besides those I FOR RENT-Clean, all electric Let us supply your HlliniNi ;

Webb. I Clellnn Smith Mrs Joel J. named above were: H. A. Anu>n, I furnished apartment with (ire- NEEDS. Prompt &'i \ i" oItltOUktK

Barbara Jean Wakcfield spoke, son. Mrs. Geo. M. Frick. Robin-I Dean Sickle Adolph Lopez, Dick place. Mrs Eva Collin'. Fed LI.Mitt: R ('0.. IM.

'on the life of O. V. Elvey composer I: Arthur, Mrs. W. H. Owens Campbell, Eugene Ingram, Reid eral Highway, Biscayne Driveat Phone 62 lloiru'', .t I Hi,

.. of "Come All Ye Thankful"i J. A. Ricks, Mrs. J: M Holferty, Wysong, Lynn Goudy, Rex Seats, : Modello. (nMtn

People, Come. Clarice Dodson I I Mrs Gco D. Ruehle, Mrs. Frank ,| Kenneth Greer, Walter Retake I' WANTEDCLIENT :
gave the history of Thanksgiving'I I Robinson, Mrs. C Ben Plummer,, Richard Ball and Charles Behrens. FOR RENT-10 acres tomato or

Jeanette Cox played a piano solo'IMrs I Gco L. Pope Mr. Gordon/ Visitors were: Lincoln Cason, I vegetable land. :Mrs Chas. Camp, WANTS small' M M i ,,i

"Spinning Song" by Mendelssohn Dill I and Miss Ina Mae Weft. IEPISCOPALIANS I Jack Marshall Joe Lyons, William I R F. D. Homestead, Fla 10 acres miMVllanouunub i

and Frank Hausman played a flute Hampton and Estil Lee. I (n22-d6 with nice comfuitnb'e 1 .'u',' or
solo, "The Whistler and his Dog."
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i iI power line with all ive
Mrs. Howard Johnson pianist,I ,FOR RENT-Clean, all electricfurnished unpi
Don't forget the Seminole Indian menu not over $3.tOi! \--Untt\
played a Cadman selection. Cur- I apartment Mrs. EvaCollins
sale-gifts, dolls aprons, baskets desired H. A, Cameron, Phone
rent events were given by Federal Highway Biscayne
Mary -at the Citizen's Bank Bldg, 72, Homestead ( la. (nlU)
Frances Rutland and Vara Rheney. Drive at Modello.
I Krome Ave, Dec. 7, Saturday
The next meeting will be held I COntinUed- (s20tf
l ( Page One) morning, 10 o'clock by Woman'sAuxiliary high
S o'clock Dec 12
at at the homeof school
St John's Episcopal and grade school subject
sam and shown
activity by its
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rutland, andtheir
members He emphasized the necessity ChurchAdv.teiuewnuapse.uaanxameuixuni..waan.nwm.ax. FOR SALEFOR Mrs. H. J. Armstrong, A. B.,
daughters Mary Frances and
for the full co-operation of Plummer drive and Country
Ruth, will be hostesses. SALE-Small
house, furnished
I Club road.CLEAN .
member ,
every In carrying out the
$1,000 $200
; down and $1 3

REDLAND W. 8. C. S. /presiding Tropical Cafe I a L.month with 8% Interest Call RAGS WANTED Wit;
O. Hall
at Berger residence .
SELECTS CHAIRMENChairmen : I St. George Tucker, which he said I exchange subscription or adv..-
4 to head committees of[{I aims at putting every member at II I (n9LtI! ) tising for clean rags. Leader

the Woman's Society of Christian i work for Christ. NOW LOCATEDIN 'AFRICAN VIOLETS-25e. 50c, Enterprise.

Service ot Redland CommunityChurch I I Reports made were as follows: I ,75c. Mrs. Fred Fuchs, Roberts -
theme Bald
were appointed at a meeting [Acolytes Guild, Ernest Jenner; THE I R ti Wednesday at the home of : Sunday school Mrs. Lee H Lehman of Dide. Still of Florida' to,wit

Mrs. Frank W. Stillman. I Young People's Service HORNE BLDG.N. I FOR SALE-Good used electric .......a SAT Rubrf,, Blork Plat n 4....k Northwest 22. Turn II Hlin.nih Inilu .
Those named were: Mrs. A. W League, Miss Suzanne Brown; stove County o.I.d.. auto, of Fiends u m.kwoed .
January children's Mrs A. R. cheap. Virgil Lyon In Ortlllrile No JIM Th.' mew.
: work MrsThos. choir Caves; Altar
; I Krome Ave. nlS-tf) merit of Mid properly under the Mid Cr'li .
Brewer, missionary education Guild, Mrs. Lehman; Woman's it* Issued was In the Bement Unknown

I'. ; Mrs. M. A. Baker projects; I{Auxiliary, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield HnmrHtead Florida I[FOR SALE-Three bedroom, mod- Lou.. a S to...hdn.12,. Flit Clot nook 4. Northwest It. Tin BJ Huth.land. In.

Mrs. Geo. E. Deuel, Christian so-I and Mrs. Henry Brooker, Jr. .mnwoen..s.-Ne.ss, +ueura ern six-room house In Home- .hi County of Pirtp. Ruin of Elands. M rmbroeed -
:, In Ortirirllf N stead.
nice home. mint of Mid property| undir the aid Ortlflriw -
$2,500. One-half cash Issued wee In lh, turn of Unknown.
I F'I'IC'j Lot li. Shook 4. Northwest Hiohlo.'.. a
easy terms. See or write Rubiln, Pill Honk 22 r... Ill In the
Veach owner, car County: : 1/ Pulf. State of Fortili. M rm.
; bra-4 Ortlflril.I/ No lim I Th MIPIH
Grove Bank. (n8-d6)) meat of Mid proiwrty under tin Mid Or.lfl .
..i* bivud wn In the name of lined

FOR SALE-Man's bicycle $10.00, known.U"hat. said Crrelflstes hall 1.4on..

Let's All Get Behind Tom Collins, Modello, Fla ntrordlni, In law the |>ri>p'rte ,Itwcrlb.I .
therein will he .old In the highest hldr -
(oHt) ,-r it the Court H...,.. door on the flnt.
I Monday In the monlb of J.n,,",., I>4I.hlih .
OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves I. the alb day ,,f .'on....., 1M1
from $1 natal Ihl. IKIh day -f November lull).
: up. Virgil Lyon. R: II IFAIHrKMAN!: .
This (s27tf) (lerk (.1./ ..... Court, Tide Count>. rlorld.
Cirr'ilt Court Rul
PLANTS for ,N. ID Dec. 6. 19, 20, 1>40))
sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing .

15 N. E. 8th .t.. Homestead. NOTICE OP ArI'll! 4110"1 FOR
(a8tf). TAX lirKOFIU
V.tlM II brrrhy .lvn that "'...n.. T.
NOTICE Of APPIICATION FOR Reinhardt. holder a..I lKn. nf tvordiita
i. "Send Redland District Fruit in TAX niKDii 11.1.... Dipirk-l Tn ,.""Ir... Numbered
Ims loll dated the Srd HIV ,,f "".,..1. A. D.
Notlr M hereby Iran that JoinR.. 1111: h.. filed ashC..HUI.-. ,In my ..,.
lAw, holder .> ...I/ n.. of linkers H.ul lift. nnd has made "IIr.I"n for tn
; / Gift Boxes. It carries nest 111.,...J T.. C.,llflrit./ Nimibrr.il deed lo lull lh.r...,n In ,<'corilinra with>
your 7.4. dated the /th diy of Ailluit' A. D. U... Slid Certificate imbMrM the followdrarrlbrd
1911, ban tiled said Crtlllr.t In m" of. property, klliuitrd In Did Coun.ty. .
'If*, and hu made ippllntkin for Ul Flnrtdi.' to>wltt. ,

i 'o'f better-arrives in bet. dead I.... Paid to km COrtlll.thereon/ .... ..In.h_uoorriinr the f.H.-, with 4,Lot In .Ration>. Subdn.I. Town.hlp u In PUI II Hook Roulh.1.Rani Pees

: Ins **,"I>>H property iltu.Md In Dade 40 E.M,. ....tel.I". 10 It Ames more or UM
County Florldi, to-wlti In the County of Did. Rut of Florid
Lot I. "l< I, CMtlll.ii Conn. Plot I The *.._...., of Mid propnrty undPth
it Rook. 11. rue 17. In the County of Did, CartI'I<.'. Word. wu In th* nooks WUnknown.
: ter condition"x into of Florida.TT. Unless' Mid Ortlflrit hill k*
i i,1 -.1 n' astd ... ..
property under redeemed .. .1"/ to liw tat deal will
,. the Orrtille-te Instead w. I. the name of ._.
'. issue lh on the 14th diy of DmmbM
Unless' sold .
C..tlt/rate .10.11 berodw.ed
A. D. 18.0.
I & aeesMlae to ..... sea deed. .III noted till Itth day of W......... A. B.
Issue thrr.on on the 54th day of December 1141.

D.Wftt1,1.. 1MA day at )I.......", 4. D. I:.Clark.. LEATHERN of ClKiirt C.rt,
1 v \ 1160. Did County, Florida
x. LEATRIRMAN.: : Clrnill Court tnl.By .
Clark of Clrrult Court, N. C. ITFRItnX I D. 0.
:< Let's see that this fact "getsacross" ClrarH Com 11..1. Did Gent,. Florida IN... IS, IS D... *, II. 5o. 060)).

'. III.... 22. 59. Dew .. I'. 50. "'01.
to the thousands who

f1*.tr IT4IT Am *f IMS-Til* A-44<" SERVICE:
to Miami this winter. ,i iI NOTICB IB HEREBY: GIVEN: THAT M-Hft AMBULANCE
come Lad
Tat c..u. N.. HIS. 1114 and Slat
..... the Ilk Uy W A.., A D. IUI phon 8M-R Homestead, FUEDffARD .
OM fund ass1.. any of", and .... sea
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and Mr. and Mrs Chas F Smithof 1 and have taken an apartment at I :Mayor Orr Compares
Kansas City Mo., who are visitIng 1 the home of Mrs. Walter Schutt.' Scotch and Irish Wit
In Miami, were visitors of Mr.!
Mrs. Frank Stalling and
In and Around and Mrs. R. W Mullms Sunday. son
Skipper, of South Miami were One hundred fifty persons attended -
I I 1 visitors here Saturday the ladies' night turkey!
Dr. Walter Vercoe returned Saturday dinner meeting of the Redland Dutrlct .
from Deadwood S. D. He trunk Costa arrived Saturday Lion'i Club Tuesday night
Homestead 'visited In Ft Pierce from Wednesday from Brldgeton N. J. I when two girls and three boys
' till Saturday, 1 from Bill Peck Studio of Dancing
1 I Monte R. Nairn of Detroit, Mich., entertained
i II Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Becker and Is a guest this week at the homeof Mayor Alexander Orr of Miami
Mr. and Mrs Julian H. Webster Gainesville, and her daughter, children Norm and- Ricky, Mr.' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stiling I the speaker of the evening ana-
. returned Monday from Atlanta after Wilda, and Mrs G E. Cruse of and Mrs W. W Severy and lyzed and compared Scotch and
. a week's visit with Mrs Web- Raiford and her daughter, Carolyn. daughters, Milfred and Warrens Mr. and Mrs Hobart Brockett Irish wit and illustrated his talk
t ster's mother, Mrs E A. Hartsock, and Fred Redd of Homestead enjoyed arrived Tuesday from North Ha- I with jokes that kept his audiencein
and their daughter, Miss Alta Webster Members of St. John's Episcopal a trip to Flamingo Sunday.! ven, Conn. laughter

a junior at Agnes Scott College Church who attended a meeting of Mrs Charles-Becker: spent Fri-I Mr. and Mrs P. H. Conrad and I
In Decatur. the fifth district Woman's Auxili- I Don't forget the Seminole Indi-
I day and Saturday visiting her children of Peters were Sunday
J ary association held in Vero Beach daughters, Misses Isabel and Mary callers at the home of Mr and Mrs 1 I an sale-gifts, dolls, aprons, baskets -
Mr. and Mrs Jack Polk have as i Tuesday were Mrs J A Hooks, Becker In Miami R. NeUL -at the Citizens Bank Bldg,
1 guests during the Thanksgivingholidays 'Miss Grace Butterfield and the i Krome Ave, Dec. T, Saturday
i Mr. and Mrs. John Me- Rev R. F. Blackford. Walter Fred'n"d his housekeeper -' Mr and Mrs D. A. Stephens of morning, 10 o'clock by Woman
Chord of Lexlegton.;) Ky.. and their I Mrs Anna Baer of West- Miami visited Sunday at the home,I Auxiliary, St. John's Episcopal
daughter, Joan. Mr. and Mrs Mc- Mrs E. L. Lawrence and her wood, New Jersey, arrived Sunday of Mrs James Black. I Church.Adv..
Chord are spending the winter In brother-in-law Cleland are
1 St Petersburg spending the holidays with Mr i
Lawrence's mother Mrs M. M. I
A W. Smith father of Mrs B. M. Lawrence In Damascus, Ga
Hindman, will arrive !Sunday! from
his home In Indianapolis to spend Miss Marjorie Moser and Miss
several days with his son-In-law Annabelle! Redd arrived Wedne
and daughter day morning from Lakeland where
they are students at Florida Southern .
Ed and John Hlckson, students College, to spend the week-end
at Alabama Polytechnic Institute with their parents, Mr. and Mi
at Auburn, spent last weekendwith Ivan Mocer and Mr. and Mrs.'Fred
their parents, Mr. and Mrs Redd respectively
J R. Hlckson InNaranJa. ,

Mrs Maud Hill has moved from
Mr, and Mrs Louis Dalgle and an apartment at the home of Mn I
children! Evelyn and Clair arrived J. B. Tower Into one of the Fisre
Sunday from Marlon, N. C. apartments
11 Spend the winter In South Alia-

pattah Gardens Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wysong hadas AMAZING
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. C. W. Smith has returnedto .HEW
Carl Wickham pt Spokane, Wash,
her home In Miami after spending
and sons, Cart; Jr., and Ralph. ,
several days here with ,. .'
mother, Mrs Emma Moser. ELECTRIC RANGE, '
Friends here learned of the birthof .. ,
Mrs Qulnnle Sherard has re- a son on Nov. 18 to Mr. and Mra.1
Jurncd to her home In Homestead A. A. Messier of :Miami! Mrs. +.1 Cap,r x
after visiting relatives In Gainesville ier Is the former Miss Irma Kohl'' WITH J'' .r
for several weeks. who formerly resided hereFLORIDA ,r E r

Mrs. C. T. Harper, Miss Margaret CITY
Berger and Miss Betty Brownare
pending Thanksgiving attend- By Airs W. W. Seterr G
homecoming at Florida State ..
College for Women this week
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oewond I
and Fred Brockett of North Haven NEW FEATURESBRING
Mrs Arthur BurrlchUr and Infant Conn, and George Todd of Hartford DOW
daughter, Mimic have returned Conn.. will arrive this week ADDEDCONVENIENCE
to their home In South Al- for the season -
lapattah Gardens from the James -

Arthur Smith Hospital Mr. and Mrs Fred C. Smith

1 All purpose automatic
Mrs W. R. Hobson and son, Billy I
have returned to their home hereafter Prompt Courteous Service I oven with 5 measured
spending' the summer in Melbourne heats and interior light.
at the
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!Mrs Kelsey Gardiner of Washington SINCLAIRService J t Calrod units with 5 mea
D. C., and her children ,
Kelsey.Jr.. and Ann are visiting sured heats.
Mrs H. H Ewing for several Station.
weeks 3 Five-Speed Thrift Cooker.

Mr and Mrs R. R. Kinard will ..
: have as their guest this week-end John E. Dads, Prop. 95.00 4 One piece top of stain-
j 1 Mrs R. W. Hogan of Quincy. On resistant enamel.
Thursday Mr and Mrs Kinard s. Krome Ave. Phone 8110 VIP,
had as guests, Mrs. M. S. Hayes of J 5 All porcelain enamel
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