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 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
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System ID: UF00087294:00307
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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VOL.XX VIII-NO. 51 HOMESTEAD. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1940 PRICE FIVE CENTS 1 j




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Surveyor from the county engineer' office began work Wednesdayon The west boundary of the proposed airport is only three miles from I .
establishing the boundaries of the Pine Island airport, lour and a the east city limit! of Homestead, Tennessee road. The tract lies CHAS. I. BROOKS
half mile east of Krome avenue on Campbell drive, for which a between Campbell drive on the south and what undoubtedly will bt', ,
the extension of Avocado drive on the north Henderson road bounds
federal appropriation of U 8.000 was announced last week. it on the east, and its west boundary would be an extension of Pine:i LOCAL ROTARY
The site of the airport a mile-square area embracing a pine woods Island road.
In the midst of a "shallow glade" wherefore the name. Pine Island- The runways shown in the shaded area on the official englneer'a
Is In process of acquisition from the trustees of the Florida Internal sketch pictured above are scheduled for completion by June SO, 1941 I SPONSOR'IS DEAD
Improvement Board by Dade County. Title to It reverted to the state The area within 'dotted lines indicates the area to be developed at
for non-payment of taxes, and the county will be able to get it for a present, while the dot along the edge of the field indicate the basic
nominal sum. lighting system which is provided for in the appropriation.
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DUKE OF "KINDEST REGARDS"TO 1940 Season's FirstII.IIS.Iedlaltd l Club brought meeting to toe flits H,week IM.tead by T,
I TALK I Game J mat Charles I Luoks
GROWERS IN WITH CHANDLER AND RUEThe Tonight Said Poser one cf its sponsors during i or*
ionization, and father of J R.
Duke of Windsor's "kindest I accompany him ;a representative! I the company ef those whom she RedUnd and Homestead I Brocks, a past president i<. the
regarda"! to the citrus growers ol f Florida citrus grower. The meeting I was entertaining, Mr. Chandler basketball team will cUb local club had died Mondi uht ,.
Florida were brought back to the! prearranged, was aboard thf i In a Miami hospital.The ,
Kedland District Tuesday after yacht Southern Cross In Miami', said.Among the question asked by for the fist time this. season elder Mr. Brook, v ., was
noon by Luther L. Chandler ol f f harbor at 3:30: Tuesday afternoon \ Windsor wa whether Mr. Chandler In the RedUnd gym .....II&. 68 years old, became I l. ,wn
Goulds and Frank B. Rut of Home-, Congressman Pat Cannon wa ont' and Mr. Rue thought that citrus Both Iran) bar hint le a* "Brooks, the orange manon
stead. of the party. could be grown in the Miami Edison and Miami after his arrival in Miami fix\' can
It wa while the Duke of Windsor -: ma, to which they replied! Baha'i Beach Since the opening. ef. the ago because he early ids.;,it rttdbimse
Edward VIII that the "We were Introduced by thet'dub' I Hm-. <. defMM
was King affirmative, and the citrus leases : with the growing and
British blat became Florida's bes equerry, Capt Drury, and I mission chairman repeated, the offer bee been UM better o* the two marketing of citrus. He w. well
customer; for canned grapefruit *x-. before the Introduction wa concluded -, of co-operation from that body.! learn but Rfdlud bas scored known and yelll1ked In the R ports. Mr. Chandler's visit wai s the duke was gripping out The duke said that later en ho more plots against the Miami and Dlstrtctra4 he was in
in his capacity of chairman of thiFlorida hands 1 Ia a hearty handshake" and I would like for some of u* U; comeover teams. all citrus sect.ona. throughout the
Citrus Commission to ; making u* feel at home, said Mr. I In the .it. between UM
pa] i to the Bahamas and fo into > a i state He was three times i.res-
the respect of the Florida eitrui,a Chandler I!the agricultural problems of those two local wheels' hat yeas ideM ef the Florida Horti. u I '!iril
Industry to the former head of thi e It was the afternoon of the evening -, islands with him and we said we Homestead won a tame by I Society.
British empire and to offer thi 0 of the big reception! for thee > would be glad to be at his service,", three point and Redland won I H<8 Interest in tr... tccti. I< t. '(-
facilities and assistance of th, I Windsors, and the duke regretted I 'did Mr Chandler "His) main interest ..an overtime game> by two tented itself In :..e form.I Of
Florida) Citrus Commission In help that the duchess was otherwise .s to make ft :Ei'-o-r.ii points In the district. tournament I is grove dntioi.r.: on i I I'ult\
Bahama -I i engaged aid > uld cot .be present. se'f--u-'rt nng: d "n .in igruu j lUll Homestead defeated o.rkdlll'I tea.: '.<,s ". ", anCuttmucd
Mr, C' )r.-('er asked Mr. Rue t,o but she hissed by several, times .. ; I 1 the RedUndera ( w F'ge I F "" It



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1 Diamondbacks made 21 ot his Ralph Dellinger caused the BaideS
AIR SCHOOL HEAD Legionnaires Receive Membership team* 52 points. Marshall wassecond I many uneasy momenta wheiTJa
with ten tallies. got st to tots the ban.
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Awards at Annual Christmas Party .
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Friday the 13th
proved
LISTS AVIATIONNEEDS to be n
-- LONE FREE SHOT I unlucky Friday for the GroWers
Twenty-one: members of the Robert Kuhn, drums: and Miss Ila when they opened their cage sea;
TO LIONS John O Salley Post of the American Jean Irwin piano. Robert Kuhn SPELLS son against the Miami Beach T,:
Legion received three-star played a violin solo, "Oh Sweet OF CAME I phoons on the Homestead court:
cards in recognition of 19 consecutive Mystery of Life" :Not only did the varsity squat
Pointing out that It takes four years of membership in the Ben Archer led the assembly In DEFEAT FOR H. S. loose by a score of 28-15 but tie
amen on the ground for every legion at the annual Christmas singing World War song for which ,"B"' team last by 13 points win
plot in the air, Thomas E, Hoitan party given by the Legionnaire MIss Norma Gossman played the a score of 24-11. 'q
an executive of Embry-Riddle and members of the Legion Auxiliary accompanimentEvery The only free throw of the game
Aviation School in Miami, stressedthe Sunday evening in Legion one of the 104 person -made late in the last quarter-
need for additional training 1 hall present received a gift brought victory to Miami Edison <.
rater for young men interestedin I The awards were made by Post I A gift for the crippled children Red Raiders In a hard fought well j
aviation when he spoke at a Commander Harold Sheffield to in the Umatilla hospital was played game against the Home. CHRISTMAS DINNER'
meeting of the Redland District Wm. J. 'Geronimo, Alex Ham brought by each family pstead Growers In the local gym
Lion Club Tuesday night In the mings, J. E. McClung, Dr. J. A. Tuesday night ",:
Lions Den. Smith, Luther;Chandler, Frank B. Both teams were too defensive-
Even if no airplanes are exported Rue, Wm E. Rheney, Frank C. minded to allow many points to
he laid, it would take five Schneider, T. J. Harris, Ben Archer REDLAND WINS be made. How closely guarded
year jo complete our program of er, W. Hutchinson, Edgar J. players were Is indicated by the ;
airplane manufacturing in our(Dyal, Jake Brook, Landon Car BY 52 TO 10 FROM I I fact that at the end of the first half
present national defense plan, due ney, Dr. JVI. A. Berger, Harold I only six points bad been made by
to the fact that plant must be'!'Sheffield, Gordon W. Ivey, Irving each team. 1
enlarged and more employee 1J. Lyon, Phillip D. Ream, Arthur ST. THERESA III I Homestead led at the end of the
trained before mall production can,O Sage and George A. Crawihaw |first quarter 6-4 but the Miami-
get under way I Certificates for 20 year of membership i ions I made one field goal during
Private aviation schools already | were awarded by Mr. Headed by Jack :Marshall lt. the second period which tied the SOc
established are being utilized to Sheffield to the Rev. R. F. Black- I fast forward Redland High School ':teams and neither held more than
train young men to read blueprint ford and Edward J. Norman swamped St. Theresa H gh ma I a two-point margin during the
end Improve plane design, MrHolpln 'I A citation from the state of FlorIda I basketball] game in the Miami I rest of the gameDefence You're invited! Invitedto
(aid. He pointed out some for outstanding service to Beach gym last Friday night I'I and rebound work of
tf the flan which have developedIn I the legion was awarded to Mr. 92-10, but lost to Miami Edison ,tall James SU )I\aa vas an outstanding enjoy a perfect
American airplane design andre I I Geronimo and a similar citation Wednesday night in the Redland feature of the game Christmas dinner it
now being eliminated to pro- for meritorious service wa awarded gym, 35-29. I
duce the most efficient plane in II I to Mr. Crawshaw, immediate Redland held the lead during the Redland Cafe where

the air. past commander of the post. first quarter but was overcome by I eating is always a pleas
Lieut Myron Eddy, U. S. N., re- Organization of a local squadron the Invaders during the second C. J. BROWN CO.
of Son of the American and all the
Legion
Turkey

ure.
tied In a brief talk, offered to I period, with the score 16-13 in
give vocational guidance along is the outstanding event of I favor of Edison at the half I! fixings, 'n :
the in the Homestead everything.d
year post
aviation lines to any young man Marshall was high point man for I i Refrigeration Service
raid Mrs Lamar
In the district. Eddy also i* connected -' Kendrick, auxIliary the Redbnd team with five field ,
with the EmbryRiddleSchool president and toastmistress, goals and one free tots Jim Powell j
in welcome.her short and patriotic addressof lanky Miamian, made even I I ElectricalContracting Redland Cafe }

The annual Christmas party for Credit for the organization of the goal for Edison.There i I!
doubt from the
Lions and their ladies will be held Sons of the Legion, who will time the wa first no whistle blew who I Opp. F..E. C. Depot
In the Lion
Den next Thursday,
and there will I eventually take over the work of would win in the Redland-St CAVES BL G.IIOMT I Flacler Ave HonuwlaU.
be no meeting on the
legion, was given by Mr. I
Theresa
Score at
game the half
Christina Eve or New Year Eve. I Sheffield to Mr. Norman and Dr. was 23-2. I STEAD PHONE 534
I Geo D. Ruehle.
Leonard Greer center for the|
I A short musical program followed '
"CAR SHAMPOO" the dinner Vera and Anne (
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Rheney played] a piano and bell
:lyre duet Dorothy Reams gave a
ADVERTISED BYDONE&KISSAM Christmas recitation, and Dorothy
Kuhn played a piano solo Four
numbers were played by an or-
I chestra composed of: Willard Nor-
man at the trumpet; John Kuhn
trombone Paul Rue clarinet
The hfn-Sprav method for
washing car has been installed by
the Texaco One-Stop Service film "n modern finishes call for a
Station nt North Krome avenue this unproved method of cleaning,
and Fourth street. Homestead, operated which is free from abrasive and
by Done & Kissam. film-forming solvents"'

The method 11 to apply Chem- Done it Kiwam advertise "15-
Cream with water under air pressure minute service' is possible! I withtheir
," explained Allan Kigsam, new 'car shampoo' method !
who is in charge of this department Further details on savings in time 00
"It 1* safer, faster and bet- and expense made possible will be 1
ter and eliminate expensive polish found in their display ad in this I
jobs. Present-day soil and traffic Issue


i A gift for someone's hobby i is always appreciated

Here are suggestions a-plenty to help \ou.If .


so easy to choose something for everyone on your list

when you wander into our store. You'll find equipment -

for all sports from your k6! brother who kicks a football -

around to the girl friend who tries so hard at tennis
Come in ..oonl'Tennis !




Rackets Fishing Rods ,


Boxing Gloves Fishing Reels .


.1 Catcher's Mitts Bicycles !-

Let the Christmas Spirit Footballs Guns


,:" Pervade Every Honuj1''
I Radios
.J'.. 0 Velocipedes


: I Electrical Toy Wagons


Appliances Pyrex Ware '

.We Wish You a

Open Every Evening Till Christmas '

MERRY CllRISTAIASf. Next Week.



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Itt rp .Chairman R. F. Blackford Announces Kingsport Term, to Play -l''

,I. Final Plans foi; Christmas Contests I Here During Holidays

n I Both the Homestead and Red. PROOF! 3
;w Judge elected by the civic and dence will be judged by Dr. Carl land High School basketball teams :
-: women' clubs of the district to F. Robinson, John Barger Mrs I wilt play Kingsport, Tenn., high
serve In the Christmas decorations Lonnie Hood Mr*. Frank Stillman,
. school In their
home
. contests sponsored by the Redland Mr*. Russell Anderson, Mrs. Roy gyms during '1-
. the Christmas holidays \
District Chamber of Commerce Chandler and Miss Pearl Whit- Almost 600 Homestead Business
III have been divided by the Rev. R. aker. They will meet In the Lead Klnl port is playing Havana sam .
I F. Blackford chairman of the er-Enterprise building on Monday Cuba, and Miami Edison as well Students
event, Into four group Dec. 30, at 8 p. m. As this groupof a* the two Redland District teams College I :
The decorations will be Judgedon judges will have many mile to The Diamondbacks will meet t :
Ingenuity, beauty and effectiveness cover the contestants are asked to the Tennessee team at 7:30 Christ "
and they must be Illuminated light their displays from 8:30 to mas Eve and the Growers will en- Placed In Positions ;
and be visible from the street 10:30: p. m. tertain the visitors at 8 clock
oe road. Financial landing of The Christmas tree judges are: I sharp New Year's Eve. j
entrant will be taken into consideration the Rev R. F. Blackford FrankW. Kingsport lost a game and won
Mr. Blackford laid Stillman, Jake Brooks, Herb- I a game In contests with Homestead .The,..> following courses are offered: c
Group ont will Judge the display ert Katz Mr. Don E. Ferreyra, in 1937-38, and last :year won Shorthand ,
Bookkeeping
windows and out of doors Mrs. Adrian Jacobs Mrs M. Lo- a game from Redland I
decorations of business houses pea and Mrs. Blackford. The trees Typewriting Individual
from Peters to Florida City In must be Illuminated from 6:30 to :liable to a fine of $1,000. imprisonment Beginners' Corporation
clusive. The judges will make 10:30 p. m. All entries should be
for six months, or both; Advanced Cost Accounting
their decision between this eveningand In Mr. Blackford'* bands by :
and, possibly, deportation.
Christmas Eve, and they will Christmas Zve I Business Law Auditing
meet at the office of the Leader-I The winner In each group will Business English PartnershipAny
Enterprise on Monday Dec. 23. at I I
receive five dollars as a prize.
I:IS p. m This group of judges I Cafe course may be taken separately.
consists of Mrs Ben Archer. T. J. Tropical
Bleier, J. W. Hester, Mrs. Maud E. Next Thursday Last Day See us for Special Holiday Rates J
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Chandler, Mrs M. F. White Mrs For Aliens to Register
Bleler and Mrs. Edwin McGarrab. NOW LOCATEDIN
Decorations of town residenceswill -- and Special Discounts that may end )
be judged by: O. B. Parker, Next Thursday, Dec. 27, 1 I. the THE
Joe Irwin Mr. J. O. Wynn, Mrs deadline for registration of aliens
Frank Webb Mr*. A. E. Paul and under the alien registration act ot HORNS BLDG. January! i
Mrs. Augustus Wynn. They will 1940.
meet at the Leader-Enterprise Under the law an alien Is any N. =fame Are.
building on Monday, Dec. 20, at foreign-bora person who 'has not Homestead, Florida Homestead Business College I
(.30 p. m. All contestants must I become naturalized or has not acquired __,_
end In their names by ChristmasEve. citizenship through others ILILYITIYLII' ''i71TIMIM' '
Decoration must be either All such persons In the Redland
out of door or on the porch. They I'District should present themselvesat lUADTHf Mae Morris Bldg. N. Krome>e. Homestead .1
must be lighted from 8:30 to 10:00: the Homestead postoffice for '
each evening registration and fingerprintingFailure i I l
Decoration of country resi to do this makes an alien r
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come Christmas morning, you time like the present to get back of that big Buick can do a little figuring on your
wife to the front door, pointed FIREBALL, Eight -no time like right now present car's worth (at today' trade-in

out through the holly wreath and there to start piling up gasoline mileage econo'aluel, not next spring's)-a little workinglet
let her tee a brand-new Buick landing at mies that run as high as 10% or 15r:Q. out of convenient terms you'll have

the curb! a FIREBALL to celc-
There's no time like holiday time to dress brate this Christmas!
A thrill? You bet for the whole family I up yourself (and family) in smart, fresh BUICK PRICES

Buick aerodynamic It)ling,or to introduce How about it?It's one BEGIN AT
Out of the question? Not at all. Look: your brood to the roomy comfort of this thing your wife would

We're not suggesting that you add the cost BuiCoil-cradled traveler. never expect and 1935

of a new Buick to your Christmas budget. You can do that-if you act promptly. just about the finest l
gift any man could for thBusiness .
But you probably will be buying a new car A trial ride to give you a hint as to what give his family 1 Coup.

loon and we are simply proposing *dJivrrrd,Flint,
that you buy it now, a few months A Nick Stan tax, op.
ahead of time and make this a .. \lJ!! a"flsrq f ipi,,,X'
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holiday long to be remembered. $I', .I I" in I wirbewr.orin.Pnin lotjtrt It c4angrWe're

that there's j
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other than that of a round little ravels[: and the entrance Into the .
THE HEART OF A CHILD
THE LEADMTERPRISE Dutchman often seen about the I home via the chimney. This
By Mary Frrrell Dickinson author's home. And to Dr. Moore |poem; Is America's outstanding! con.tfibutien .
'..11.... Frider. of II....'.... Flby .. I to Christmai
Santa Cluus'
the "Nth Dade .."........ c......,. One must have the heart of a child to know belongs the method of literature ..,

--.. a. Mtmd mM matte, The enchanting magic of Christmas to rightly keep
..r'" IS. "". .. Mw MM .fflr. N Its shining mystery, the heart must leap
.......... rlcrldi under .l be wit .,
amok a, ",.. To laughter, loveliness, and joyous show;
This holy day a new-born Infant smiled ".,

UN ARCHERPres i... and lUltH To plumb IU meaning beautiful and deep .
One must have the heart of a child. f
MARJORIE LEACH ARCBBK_____
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longer stands, but its location today -!
I L WRYUF crSI is "downtown" y ab "..

l.BRCII.rTIOl! RATES His father, Benjamin Moore "
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t.imy it. of Columbia College -
0........r ado OwntrChristmas ______._ floss I AND FANCIES was president \.0
where Clement Clarke Moore I .., .
studied I oriental and classical lit I
I By MRS. J. E. GU'ZENSrTTTYYYYTYYYvTTTTTTTTYYt: ,
Verses erature. From 1813 to 1857 Dr
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Moore was trustee of Columbia : :
The Leader-Enterprise takes 'Twas thfji night before College and because of this po-I .
pit.,I-.WI in publishing the following before ChrltTmis' when all the author to his children on :, f
ChI "Imus poems from the pen through thetyibuse, Christmas Eve 1822. But the public
of Annli Mayhew Fitzpatrick, musician Not a creature was stirring l was not to enjoy the poem until I .
mffiuse . ..
and pioneer. not even a ; the following year when it waspublished .t '
Clement Clarke Moore. anonymously on Dec 23 :, I
TAPERS a o unknown to Dr. Moore. I MAY THE HOLIDAYS BRING A FULL ,

This poem, familiar to young The "right Jolly old elf had .
The Oiustmas list grows shorter,
and old alike, was tint read by the physical appearance of none I
yeas bj rear, MEASURE OF HAPPINESS FOR :
So many loved ones are no longer
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But lift your eyes, I pray you, to DINE WITH US CHRISTMAS!
LOVED
the sky YOU AND YOUR ONES : ,

And hlih -

To night giert you on this Holy, Holy TURKEY DINNER TURNER FUNERAL HOME

Seven course QM Expertly pre. I

As punt mothers place taper near the t complete only QjJmr( ( d *, servedFOLLIARD'S I

Hoping 10 guide their wanderers ,
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home againSo
the have plured the stars In RESTAURANTA I
yon blue dome
To guide our weary wandering I
footsteps home ,
To dwell forever, In His holy



sight t YOUR to fill STOCKINGWere your locking the ,. .

gifts that I would give A And a

I'm lung sure an you you would may live.find useful ai A J HappyChristmas it Jt)

I'd your fill friends the toe with tolerance for ; New Year '

And tuff the hoc! with helpfulnessfor ekrir1macs .
NOEL[
trials each day lends
I'd pack the leg with laughter and i
lilly thing and Jokes
All)) kind of funny little things to THE SEASON'S GREETINGSTO AND A VERY' HAPPY NEW YEAR!
give to ether folks
Then pad the knee with kindness, OUR
Now at this
add applet of content happiest sea.

And nuts of understanding to take son of the year, we want to
GOOD FRIENDSOF
things ii they're meant.
And then I'd dress your stocking wish you and your families '
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up with mistletoe and greens all the joy and happiness
And both of ui would understand _
what Christmas Spirit means. possible, and to extend to ,
THE REDLAND DISTRICT r'
you our sincere good
A HOLLY WREATH FOR YOUA
wishes for a healthy, happy ,
I send
holly wreath to you this
year. prosperous new year!
W. John & Associates
Not fur your hearth but for your Joseph -

heart, my dear Publicity Counsel
Green leaves for memories that
live und grow. rybllsher REDD'S CLEANERS and LAUNDRY

Red berries for our friendship's 1M N. E. 11th f Street Overseas Hotel
warning glow. MI un KEY WESTSEASON'S PHONE 44 HOMESTEAD
At twelfth night when you burn
your Christmas greens
Its tin\ spark will conjure up the

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The mange trees, the alamanda CHEF
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And, us the blaze dies down, right 4et
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Who ire your friends. We wish trA
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send you a twig of my own

Christmas tree IN THIS HAPPY MONTH
Though nuked and bare It op- GREETINGSto

pears,
The garlands art smiles from the AND DURING THE
i' lips) of my Mends, ( AH the Families in Town '
The baubles are sympathy's
tenrs COMING YEAR!

The tapers are kindnesses friento We want to wish you all a year

have shown me. oftMntfth and happiness and thexn..n.Rt May all the joy could wish for .
The Mat Is the faith that we you your :

krp. Christmas you ever had I self! be yours during: this happy season
The present the friendship we
cnmfulty' guard noon LUCK IN THE NEW YEAR I and during the new year ahead.We hope
And love in our hearts burled
deep i we may be privileged to sene you

Tills twig, it is magic, jut hold it I throughout 1911.Pray's .
tonight HOMESTEAD I
GROCERY

And the gaze years through, it bark down i' Feed & Supply Store 1'"

You'll find u tree festooned with .I J. E. McCLUNG Prop. >

imnbowi and stars Homestead, Fla.
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t vlvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv Frederick Danaay, one-half of al meeting In New York. More i' Ii/III/
the Ellery Queen partnership than two thousand historians I
i: LIBRARY FACTS shared by Manfred B. Leee Is recovering writers and protestors ot history I "
j' from Injuries suffered in In colleges and universities "
1 4AAAAAAI.A""AAAAAAAAAAA an automobile accident. throughout the East, South and'

,. (Continued From Page Four) a a Middle West are expected to be Hi "
All Institutions
present. principal
, The author was born and lived Clifton Fadlnun I Is going to doan of learning In this territory J
I omnibus of the reading he has HADE ,
on the old Chelsea estate outside will be represented There ii to'
;6 .,' New York City and which no most enjoyed In his fifteen yearsof be a similar meeting on the Pacific'
litlon was asked to make an address book reviewing coast at which the West will be #
.
I on the early history; of Co.'J represented. I
lumbla at an alumni celebration Stefan Zweig, who is In Brazil 1 I 1
- r in 1825. has gone to the hUll to escape the
f f The speech according to the heat of Rio de Janeiro's summer LIBRARY HOURS I j
, New York Evening Post the day He has been lecturing in Argentina ;
F f t after "was highly creditable to the and Uruguay Monday, Wednesday, in all of "
J-6 Oljfl1eUSED
I I author, both as to composition p. m.
I\ F and delivery" After these many The the latter part of this month Tuesday, Friday, 10 a. Thllnda"I :

> | .years the University press has the American Historical Association I Saturday, ,-It a. m-j CAR PRICES
made up a book from the copy oft 1
.4 will hold Its fifty-fifth annu I, .7-" p. m.tr .
)r. Moore's speech now In the ,
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OUR GRt-AT YEAR'$
will be entitled "The Early History FOR
o of Columbia College" I IA
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Some of the latest books recently
placed on the rental shelf are:
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,, The Family" by Nina Fedorova; 3 -Chevrolet Special Deluxe Coupe
"For Whom the Bell Tolls", Ern- Practically a new car blue finish original seat
est Hemingway; "Oliver WtsweU", I. rovers original tires, mechanically like new, dual
Kenneth Roberts; "Babes in the equipment, sealed beam headlamp. /
Darkling Woods", H. O. Wells; i

'Foundation Stone", Leila War. 1(40-Plymouth Roadkln Coupe ,
ren; "The Happy Harvest", Jef- / A bit car .n 117-ln. wheelbaw, M horsepower
fery Farnol; "The Man Who I. steering column gearshift, dual equipment with
Went Back", Warwick Deeping; safety lamp black finish, a real clean ear.
"God Has I Long Face", Robert .. i iI
Wilder; "You Can't Go HomeA.aln" .
Thomas Wolfe, "Stoneof I 1139-Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS Radio equipped dual acoetnorles' good Ures.
Chastity" Margery Sharp;
."House Lee" AND motor overhauled rrey finish
of Gertrude Ather- I CUSTOMERS I'.
ton; "Bucharest Ballerina I
Murd.1 I'
ers", Van Wyck Mason; I During all the years we'vebeen 1939--Chevrolet 5-Pauentrr Deluxe Coupe
the Spur", Howard Spring, and in business we've been Maroon finish dual equipment radio A a.odlooking
"Embezzled Heaven", Franz Wer- car In first clan condition.e sold 4t
fel. i lucky enough to get a lot .. and we arc trading It on a '41.

Pleasee remember to present of friends. To each of them
your card at the library desk when I I I. 1938-Chevrolet Tudor Sedan
borrowing, returning or renewing' now, we want to wish a Here Is a real buy a* clean a car a* you will

books. I' truly Merry Christmas and find. We are hating It painted pretty tree.
I Bought from us by the one who traded It back!
Happy Christmas to a healthy, happy, pros- on a '41. Good tires and radio.
all, and to all a good night."_ perous New Year! .
Clement Clarke Moore I 1933-Che\rolet Tudor Sedan .
I IB rood rendition for 'IU ace. Hell worth the .
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Prizes Will Be Given I
I Fifty Away er" ; benediction, "The Pr.-i Rule: 'Do not do unto ;you:

: Today at Christmas Cheer Matinee' Amen.A program" with a Christmastree too. .. . .. .

( will be held In the church,
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I T-" at 3U: o'clock a matinee Joyce Morgan Reba Proctor Barbara Monday evening at 7;30 o'clock.i '
o for (11 Clulstmus Cheer fund will I Jean Horne and Johnnie Lou I I BEST WISHES

be CJ+<>i, III the local theatre andeppnximately Harris. Ricks Made PresidentOf 1
Mrs W. T McConnell program : FOR THIS
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fifty prizes chairman Is assisted by Mrs J.I Ministerial Assn.The .
will be given in! the country store R Dorsey, Mrs S. L. West, Miss' I! : :
part of the program to which Vann and J. Q Caldwell 1 Rev, Ceo H Ricks, pastorof i HAPPY TIME
practically all of the local business A white I Christmas for the orphanage the Presbyterian Church of G
hou've, have contributed. In Arcadia will follow the i Homestead, was elected president I I i f\ tt,1\
Between 130 and 140 baskets of program. of the Redland District Ministerial :
food will be distributed Tuesday Association Its annual ; ..AND THE BEST OFLUCJCDURING1941
morning by a committee helpedby Methodists! Announce held Tuesday in the
Boy Scouts. Chairman T E. Church of the Nazarene, meetln'j :
Christmas ServicesThe
Kirby aald yesterday. He succeeds the Rev. J. .
Gordon Ivey will have chargeof ards, pastor of the Homestead''
the deliveries In Homestead; choir of the Homestead Methodist Church, who served for ; Our Christmas would't, be com =
Chandler Florida Methodist Church will give a program I
In and
Roy City; two :years,
Robert McDonnell John Neafsey, of Christmas music at the : plete unlesswe'd availed our. 0
J, T Hammett John Lynch, W. H. morning! worship hour to which Dr J. E. Johnstone, pastor of I :
selves of this opportunity to extend '
the First Baptist Church of Homestead -
the people of the community are
Owens George Cooper and W P I
Cash. In the rest of the district. Invited by the pastor, the Rev, was elected vice-president .to you our sincere wishes fa :
.and the Rev W, E Rowell, pastor
J J. Richards
John Graves will collect the do-
nation barrels from the stores on The sermon theme Is "A Cradle, of the Redland and Florida City a truly'merry Christmas and for'
Monday and the Rev. R F. Black- the Hope of the World" Musical Community Churches, was elected = a healthy, happy,prosperous New
ford will collect the donation numbers, announces Irving J secretary. : Yeart"MORTON'S!
money boxes Lyon, choir director, will be: a Mr Rowell who has made a
The toy committee will mark the processional by robed antiphonalchoir study of the teachings of
toy for distribution Monday morn Hark the Herald Angels gave a talk on the confuclu'l
ing In the Losner building which Sin,"', "Worship the New Born tween Christianity and "' MARKET,
will be used for Christmas Cheer .King" and "0 Come All Ye Faith Ism. Confucius, he said, set a high ]
headquarters Committee member ful"; a capella choir. "God With moral standard for his followers
and Girl Scouts will weigh u..". Mrs Lewis Brandenburg, but his teachings were negative. r f .. ., 00 . "
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$4068 for the Christmas cheer O8 '
fund MI Blackford chairman for
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Pageant to He PresentedAt MERRY (5quoe
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Presbyterian Church 1/
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A 1" meant "the Hanging of the t
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I TOLL THE FOLKS IN HOMESTEAD
Sur \ evening at 7 30 clock I t2 a
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tar r' >" 1 lion
I AND THE KEDLAND DISTRICT!

HiM' IV"Iu. >sel\\'hite, Mrs. T I
L IIJ., net the Lvon brothers !
I We want to wish you all lots of
flv \ iii v,ng Miss Betty
B; i'i t Hit part of the I' joy at this happy season, and Styled by America's1r.
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'jII.mnIlIlIllIllUllllmrmrunmnnlUr(},around;' Homestead was concerned. a truck which was backing up, on I elected: J. T. Vann, W. M.; G. R.']cently built a home there.'I.\b::'
t Around Redland the pineland stuff Flagler avenue. Mrs. Oidlot and Rives, S. W.; W. B. Flowers, J. W.; (Florida City). 1
was killed In places; in others mot child were both thrown over the T. L. Craves, secretary; J. B, Tow- -"A. W. Jones of Kansas City a '
|touched at all""Wm. front end into the road, fortunately treasurer.." and Brooksfleld Mo., arrived
20 Years AgotJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIR11I1I I Musselwhite and Jud- escaping with nothing but a few "-"Ernest Carter was summonedto Sunday and expects to locate in .!
I 11O-' ;; Strickland I returned Friday for scratches,. Jacksonville Monday to receive this section. .* (Florida City.
'the Christmas vacation from the instructions is route clerk for the -"Our towp was shocked on j
University of Florida." Dec. II, 19tl post office department." Thursday by the sudden death of .
-"The local I. O. 0. F. lodge has -"Wt regret to state that the -"Mr. and Mri. T. D. Piche F. M. Poucher who suffered from
purchased from L. J. Oilman of Southern Methodist conference' are expected home this week from a stroke of apoplexy early in the +
.TW. .-..-......./a.N the---4S..wse.Y. Cocoanut Grove the lot next to the recently held, transfered from this their wedding trip to Cuba." morning . His son, M. II. Pouch ;
Aft.es.i.. = -. It. Ism.Y corner of Miller street and Krome charge Rev. B. D. Bourn, who has -"The Christmas cantata, "Tha er left with the body for Sodus. t
.. ..ran am CM.goo"17, a..1.IMHI. .--* tteMMr.<* Dm,.*4 avenue, on which they Intend to rendered such: excellent lervice. Birth of Jesus In story and song," N. Y. on Friday. (Florida City
build as soon as arrangements He has been removed to Stuart will be given in the White Stone ="An adjourned meeting of a.
can be made. The plan li to where there li a thriving church.In church Christmas eve with Mrs. council was held on Thursday evening
Pee, 15, uu."How.rd I build a two-story building, the his place has been appointedRev. Ed Carter and Mrs... Given Victoras when the street Improvement
Lamb and wife (!)I first floor for rental purposes" R. A. Shelby of Tituivllle. W. soloists contract was let to Dillon and
same In Wednesday morning tospend and the second floor for the lodge B. Troutman will remain at Silver -'VI. R. Hicjcson recently purchased Schneider for $23,000. It calls
the winter here. Howard rooms, wardrobes, etc." Palm. the Snell six-acre tangerine for the completion of 20,000 lineal
was married September 2nd to I "Mrs. Geo. E. Gillam of Red- "Sudden and unexpected was grove at a flgtlfe'around' $1,000 an feet of street construction to be
Miss Fannie Williams of With- I land was suddenly taken with the death of Mrs. Ellen M. acre." scarified full width and rocked and
yUle, V,., and managed to keep it heart trouble in Miami: last Friday wife of W. D. King. Mrs. Kin"I -"Mr. and Mrs. S. L. McClnna- oiled 16 feet In the center. WorkIs
quiet, so that it came as I surpriseto night and died almost Instantly. who was a sister of Mrs. han left Thursday for their homeIn to start Monday and to be finished 3
( all, including his parents. Congratulations I -"Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Llepsner Posey, arrived recently from Quit-i Sebrlng, FlaH after a two May 31 (Florida City)
t Howard!" from Kansas City Mo., are spendIng man, Ga." weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. -"H. J Brockett and familyare
.' -"Mri. M. J Brownlow, left the winter In South Dade and -"The regular annual election M. Holcomb." expected tin week from Con-
Wednesday afternoon to visit over I superintending the Improvements (Mason) was held Friday night -"Wilbur Cooper will move his nectlcutt (Florida City)
'the holidays with her daughter I and work on their five acre grove last, the following officer being famil) to OJus on Friday lie re- (Continued on Page NlnoiMERRY
Mrs. C. Ben; Plummer, who now'{ adjoining! the McClanahan tract. '
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;r' lives at Lowell, Fla.. 1 I"A.. J. Geiger returned home
-"W. M. Brodie had a large I Saturday from the University of
dumber of visitors last Sunday, I| Florida to spend the holidays with
seven auto loads, all from Augus-! ,[ his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. K.
'ta, Ga., who are wintering Mia Geiger."
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"Thos, E. Kirby of Baltimore slow saved A. F. Connett accom-
1\V8I1n town Monday on buslne" panied by Mrs. Fred Gidlof and
"-"CarefullnvestlgaUon has revealed child, from being seriously injured
that the frost last week on Monday when a Ford Mr. t WISHING YOU
was a fizzle! 10 far at the country' Connett was driving collided with
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ami Realty Board the Fairchild bel' oa the program. The feature Redland Girl Crowned Not a Guest
CITY ASKS Tropical Gardena committee and however, will be a two-ect comedy Father: "Now try and leave the
I Club Queen at Miami U.
the Presbyterian Church of Coral "No Chimney Too Small," party at a reasonably hour. No
Gables, where funeral services presented by the young women't more of this conning home with the
(Continued from Page One) were held Wednesday afternoon. das under the direction of Mrs milkman. young lady."
city from getting revenue from the Besides his widow and his son, Roy Chwidler. I Miss Alma Jane Undgren Daughter: "Why, dad, of course
of Mr. act Mrs. Carl J.
daughter
shows that pitch their tents Just J. R. Brook, and grandson, Neal not. He won't be there."-Ex.
outside the city limit, and: draw Palmer Brook, both of this city, I Llndgren of Goulds and a graduateof
Redland High School In 1938,
from HomesUad'a population just Mr. Brook leaves a brother, Al? Although he had his good points,
Church of God crowned of clubs
at the
the Brook of Mount Vernon N. Program was queen scholar. When the
same Besides, some of the bert I'Tommy was no
councilmen argued, resident of Will be Chen Sunday II eleventh annual queen of clubs school exam came along, his father
Y.The
dance Friday night In the Miami
Homestead are entitled to some Rotary' Club voted resolutions said:
entertainment other than that pro of respect to the memory of ) : Biltmore Country Club. "If you score fifty mark out ofa
vided by one moving picture Its sponsor at its meeting Tuesday A Christmas program of tonga, Miss Lindgren, a Junior at the hundred, my boy, I'll buy you. a
theatre-which, it was broughtout night readings and dialogues will be university of Miami was selected bicycle."
pay a license fee of $23: a presented In tile Church of Cod in a contest in which twelve sororities Then, one day Tommy brought
year Sunday evening at '7:30: o'clock by from the university and home the results and handed them
Santa Come TonightTo members of the Sunday tchool. I various high schools participated. over In alienee Father ran his eye

Florida,....City.. Church Friend of the church are cor- The event is sponsored annually down. the list. Then he asked sadly:
BROOKSContinued I dially invited to attend. The by the Pi Chi fraternity and pro- "Well, Tommy what will you
Santa Claus iMcheduled to ap- church li on N. W, First avenue'I ceeds this year will go to the university have-two spoke or a brake clip"
pear at the Chrtitma* program and Seventh street. library fund. -Answer*.
( from Page One) given this evening by the Sunday 1 _____u
conducted actively by his con here school of Florida City Community
for many years. Church. There will be a Christmas -
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OPERATIONBY II Helen Hawley, Anna Maud Snep-!grade-Dolhe McCullough Hibert da Erpenbach Nadine Adams
20 YEARS AGO I ard. Nancy Tedder, Everet Duke, Wever, Mildred Graham Haywood Laureta Pearson Ruth Crews, .
II I Alma Schumacher, Stanley Burrows I Dyal. Third grade -- Lawrence Shirley Wood. Ray Bmson. Vinguua
JAN. 15 IS ,-I I Lerena Hosack Eighth grade Campbell Isabel Russell Kathryn Herlong Annie Kyle Rolf
(Continued on Page Seven) r Elisabeth Harp, Lu:na Harp, Cast, Jack Tedder Tessie Dyal.Kskridge .Burton\ ." J. B. Spaikman. Billy Rial1. -
-"The entire school (Redland Mildred Hilt, Teule Mae Kyle, Keily, Lawrence Wood,
Farm Life School) wil).contribute I Margaret Itoneau, Chester Hawley, George Barnes Thelma Loper _"W. H. Hugard and Mrs. Nora 1
.EXPECTATION'Architect to a program of general exercise Ernest Mills, Samuel Worley. ,TUhnan Pearson, Gerald Hosack, Green will leave ear\JIln the week
to be held at the auditorium Fri- Sixth grade-Paul Jeaness, Au- 'Jamie Murray. Second grade- for Taanpico, Mexico near. which
day night Fund are being raisedto drie McSweeney Myoma Kihl, George Turner Donald Talbott, they expect to spend the rest ar
purchase a Victrola for the UMot Viola McCultough Fifth grade- I Esther Hilliard, Doris Conner, the winter. They do not expect te 1!
and Promoter the school . The following Margaret Roberta, Edwin Mills Myrtle Karfoot Gertrude Golf return here for two yean"
Given Go Signal by It the honor roll for the third Luella Simons, Ellen Milliard Morris 'Cecil Rawles. Thelma Dukes, -"Mrs L. L. Bow returned to
1 scholarship month: High school Jennet, Louise Marole, Crystal Agnes Gollattcheck Harry Wright her home here on Monday, after
Committee Wfflard Hosack. Virginia Hitch Roberts, Helen Graham Fourth I'First grade-Aliens Cauley, Wan aa extended trip north."


GALLAHER"REPORTSCABNIVAL SIGNED UP J


Festival Shows Not to

Have Any Bad Features,

Says ManagerErection "Wow'.1.
Mid 1
: of the Redand Dis-
trict information booth on the
downtown Biscayne Boulevard 1
site already leased was author-
ized Wednesday night by the boardof
director of the Redland Dis-
trict Chamber of Commerce end
representatives of the committee
of growers and shippers In charge I
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Of raising funds for the project.
The booth Is expected to be
completed and in operation by >
Jan. 15.The .
building, which will be in } -
the style of a miniature rural
cottage or bungalow In a landscaped
letting is not to exceed COFFEE
$450 In cost H. C. Reeely, pres- f $9.25
Ident of Silver Palm Citrus Growers TABLES
Association and retired architect -
who has donated his service; In drawing plans for the building. SMOKING:
and Joseph W. John promoter of
the Idea were Instructed to have *r STANDS:
the booth constructed on the site
rather than to have it built in FLOOR LAMPS "
Homestead and hauled to MIamI. I
A paid attendant will give out
10.00
Information and map guides on the '
Redland District ,,,
Redland District and "* x
fruit will be on display at the -f-' Jr. ONLY.JL d

booth, which will be located two ,_,,__u
doors south of Flagler street on ? $95- ;
Biscayne Boulevard. Radio broadcasts $
will direct tourists to the y IP
booth and praise the quality of '
Redland fruIt. JJaA1*
E. H. Gallaher manager of the \
1841 Redland District Fruit Festival iH K. P
reported to the directors $1.95 1 17k
!! he had signed up a carnival
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rides and shows and no objectionable UP I
features for the event j
eELECTRIC< that will take place In February aI I
Secretary A. R. Livingston re-
ported four new members: H. A. REFRIGERATOR
Cameron, Homestead and Mrs I
Eleanor Froscher, Florida City TABLE LAMPS
real estate brokers, Mary B. Sta- WITH "IetlS'Uretl'77VNI/h
dig. antique dealer, Princeton; $2.50 UP j :
and Mattie I. Livingston, insurance -
agent Homestead.. CHECK THESE FEATURES f.,

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MR*. CATHERINE MCKARD Mrs W. K. Haas, Mrs. H. F. Pot- of 'Twas the Night Before Christ
ROTARIANS AND ROTARY ANNS ENJOY mas" "Santa Goes Commer,,a\\1",
I. HONORED BY CLASS I ter, Mrs R O. Desmond, Mrc Hol- or
CHRISTMAS DINNER IN LEGION HALL I Mrs Catherine Pickard was lister Sage, Mr*. H. J. Derbyshire! Mr. Rutland played several \olln
M numbers to accompaniment :
Mr*. Virgil Lyon 'Irs. H. prayed
hon-I'
ored on her birthday Mrs. Elbert Mix, Mn by Mn Bevo Webb. Mn Webb
Frank B. Rut played Santa Tuesday by members cf> the Brown. i
I delivered I Alma Shetzline, Mr. N. G. Ball, told a Christmas story by Robert
Claus In the distribution of L. class of the First Churchof
gift \ Baptist
Hilda Dodson .
Mr*. Elberta Buie, Mr*. O. W. Ripley, and ;' iyedSilent
to Rotarians and Rotary Anna at I Rotarians and Rotary Anna present I Homestead who assembled at I Calkin. Mn Herman HelnleinMr Night-.
the Christmas dinner liven her home In the afternoon Mrs
party
were: Mr. and Mr*. Parman,
J. A. Ricks,
Mn and
T. L. Hodges Ice cream, cookies c .cd,
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Rotarians hall I!A. J. Van Martar and Mr J. L.
the
I by in Legion Mr. and Mr*. Fifield, Mr. and Robinson Mr*. H. O
( Tuesday night I: Dill, Mr and Mrs Ben Archer Mra'i I Callahan gave reading, Mr J R. Mrs.Cromwell Frank, Mrs J. M Dobbin, were served
Each Rotary Ann received gold i Rev and Mr*. Blackford, Mr. ,Charnbliss conducted the devotional Mr*. Grace McLellan Smith, Mrs Present were: Mr. and Mars
compact, and each Rotarian, a Mrs. E. B. Blackburn, Mr. and Mr*' Wm. Dunlop, Mn Matthew, Mn Rutland, Mrs. Geo. N. Wakc't- d.
"".ft t" from a fellow member The i I, P. J. Franklin Mr and :'.lr'.1 Mrs. S. H. Fitch presented Mrs Butler, Mrs Shepherd and Mr*. I Mn Webb, Clarice and H laDobton
R wry: Ann wore roses,also a lift i Frlck, Mr. and Mrs Chas T. Pickard with a blanket a* gift Robinaon Ardel Parman Vera 'I'1d
CJI .he club. Fuchs, Mr. and \fra. Wm. J. from the class Anne Rheney, Barbara Jean W ':>

Imard' M. Fifield hortlC'Ultur.I' onimo, Mr. and Mr*. B M. Cake and tea were served : field. Noel Stcffanl John MIL, ,n,
GU-I' BOYS GIVE PROGRAMFOR Elbert Dolar, and France I'd
U' >f the Subtropical Experiment i man, Mr. and Mr*. Adrian Present were: Mrs. W. D. Home, JIMORMlSICCLtBThe '
S' ,'. n and a past president of the Mr. and Mrs Lee H. Lehman Mrs O. L. Strickland, .trl. AnnieR. i Ruth Rutland.
I c '?i who mil leave the tint of and Mrs. A. M Logan, Mr and I Butler, Mn Alma SheMlneMn boy of the Stephan Foster I -
> r :year to serve aa aiiistant dl- I Mr*. Max Loaner, Mr and Mrs M M. Lawrence Mr*. Ore Junior Music Club presented a FAl'LTYIEIBERS;: ;: '
{ r r of Florida experiment stai .1 John Mathers Mr and Mr*. Don Fraxeur, Mn J. H. Newton. Mr program 'at an evening meeting ot ,,' HUE DINNER PARTY ;1
ald N'eese Mr and Mr*. O B the club, Dec. 12 at the home of
n. received from the club a Q. Sherard Mr. Alex Brannon,
: I Mr and Mn."J. R Rutland, :\lar1| Teachers of the Homestead .,nd
ref traveling! bag ai well aiv Parker Mr arid..- Mrs Parman.1Mr. Mr. W. D. Coker Mn HolliiUr
\ c ig tributes from President I and Mr*. fmi Redd, Mr and Sage, Mn S. A. King. Mrs W. B. Frances and Ruth Rutland. were I,Florida City schools and tu) ,r :. :i-
C I. P.,rman and Mr. Rue who Mr*. J. D. Redd, Mr and Mrs I Myrick, Mrs T. D. Piche, '.Ira. hostesses, ilie enjoyed n dinner pair, T i-
r ,'<. t'e pit';entationrt I Paul Reynolds, Mr nnd Mrs W. Chambliss, Mrs Van Marter, Mrs John McLean gave r current rI I 'v 11-111t' "
_. irv Ceo M. Frlck pret E. Rhene, Mr and Mrs Rue, Mr Fitch, Mrs Callahan and Mm event, N,,i', S' ". r. i 1"I' I c J :
'. d : le clubs gift to Its plan and Mrs Steffan, Mr. and :Mrs Pickard. era) p...., O f>
i',. Mr. Julian H. Webster Edw SUlmg, Mr. and Mr*. W. F. 11.' It ., 0: '1 (
,' T Rhewj expressed the ap-\| Therklldsun Mr and Mr*. Geo. GARDEN CUB GIVES
p '. n of t.,e !local Girl Scouts N. Wakefield Mr and Mr*. Be\o TO CHRISTMAS FIND
ft r rt given; to the troop. II | Webb, Mr. and Mr*. Webster, :'olra. I The South Dade Garden CM
In'y Agent Chas. H. Howard Johnson, Mn Roy Chandler I I voted at its meeting held llord' I .-
t ,' .xtended the clubs W. Y Bush Luther Chandler at the home of Mrs Joel J. Rc' '.
tc I new member, Gordon E.stet-I and H. G Hardin. I I Inson to give WOO to the Chr"1
and to Mrs Dill.EnlhuslRJtleaJly. Guests were: Mr and \In. John mas Cheer fund

received ", S. Julian MIM Alta Vann, ) Mrs. R J. Shepherd, outgon I 1'rmJuJ': It H J iT ..Jm.KI]' '..TfTV'YIi'II
program of Christmas music pre- Teresa Redd Miss Vara U"I president, was presented with a I
Knted by three advanced students and Miss Ardel Parman. gift from the club by Mrs. Annie
of the school of music of the University I R. Butler* Mrs Butler was ap- DIXIE DRUGJACK
of Miami, Miss Dean JUNIOR CUB TO HUE pointed to take a number of birtn- II
man, contralto, Miss FOrth-I(CHRISTMAS PARTY MONDAYThe day cards and gifts to Mrs. Geo POLK HOWARD JOHNSON I'
SantU, violinist, and Thomas E. Redd, a member of the club, who Homestead, Fla Phones 30 and 9101
ell pianist. Miss Forthman I Christmas! party of the Junior 1* ill at her home.
a : Jhih assembly in the singIng Woman Club of Homestead Mr*. Shepherd opened the meetIng Finer' more luxurious gifts that are pleasingly different, Those
of Christmas carols I will be held Monday evening at by reading a written by an the rifts you find at the Rexall Drug Store. Smart shopper
poem have learned that it PIM to buy Rexall Then, ton, Rexall nhopr .
S o'clock at the home of Mr, R.
As the
"God
opening song, Bless Mrs. Esther Lindsay
ng ,t more convenient, less crowded. Visit the Rexall Drug
America", was sung the lights E, Sherard Mr*. Roy Matthews, the new Store" while >tnck are complete I
were turned off and only Old ,I Members are asked to. notify president, invited the club to meetat
Glory. spotlighted, was seen waving Mrs. Sherard by Saturday if they her home on Jan. 6. lkWa
i Oip z aeul".4m
in the breeze, cannot attend. Present were: Mn H. Ruegg,

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WALTER PETERSON 19 GIVEN

ADDITIONAL SOCIAL EVENTS PARTY Oft: ANNIVERSARY:
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ew1.M. .............uu......NN.NNNrNNnr.wNwu.NNNr.N.Nr.n.NNNNNNNw-NNNno.me Walter Peterson was honored onhis '
I birthday anniversary at a party *
HOMESTEAD ART CLUB GIVES CHRISTMAS given Sunday by Mrs. Peterson at

PROGRAM AT HOME OF their home in Goulds.
MRS. B.M. HINDMAN:: S
Mrs Russell H.imms and Wllmer

Mrs. B. E. Catlin showed reproductioni Miss Bertha Nil! Hausman showed Jenner were the prize winners in

of early Italian painting Madonna picture the had 500.Cake 1
of the Madonna sad Christ child studied In Florence, and for each ice cream and coffee were
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and lave short sketches of thepalntt'1'I picture her mother Mrs. Frank served by the hostess. eYuletide
Present were: Mr. and Mrs Roy
at the December meetingof Hausman. played a Christmas car
the Homestead Art Club at the ol of harmonizing theme. Wittenwyler, Mr. and Mrs. Ray' .

home of Mrs B. M. Hmdman )Mrs. Frank Webb presented the Schneider, Mr. and Mis Harold
Schneider Mr. and Mrs
Friday. program numbers Mrs. Ben Archer John I I
Mrs Maud E. Grander exhibited presided.Mrs. Brown. Mr. and Mrs Hamms, Mrs. ...
Edwin Black Leo Schneider Mr. r
a painting she had just ) .
completedthe Alex Hemmlngs and Mrs. Jenner
Nancy Brown, Bobby J
three wise men gazing at the Chandler will
entertain the group
Blackman, Mr. and Mrs. Peterson.RECITAL .
star over Bethlehem. She compared on Jan. 17 at the Hemmlngs home Cheer Is Our

Jerusalem as the saw It a In Goulds, it was announced.Mrs. .
few years ago with the Jerusalem Paul Reynolds and Mrs. IS GIVEN Wish for You
shown in the distance In her paint- Hindman served gingerbread and BY MRS. G.ULPS PUPILS

ing. tea Pupils of Mrs. G t, Gault gave

a recital Dec. 12 at the home of I .WOOD'SJEWELER

WREATHS ARC MADE NMMMNNNw W N.NNNNNN.NNNNNNNNNMMMI Mrs. A. B. Langham in Florida .

BY PRINCETON! CLUBA I The Calendar City. I

demonstration on how to make YNNNNNMNNN, N N W InNNNNNNN-MMMNNNNY Piano numbers were given by:

croton Christmas wreaths was : Dec. 26-Executive meeting ofWoman' Jean Anderson, Audrey Langham
given by Mrs Russell Margaret Ann Lanier Geraldine .
a combined business meeting Mammi and at Club of Homestead. Shepherd Geraldine Lewis, "..............." -_...........,..........._.... ,......................,..................-.........-... .
Christmas held Dec. Installation of officers the Jane Gault, Elena
party by the of Ad Astra Chapter of O. E S.
Princeton Home Demonstration Anita DeiU, Mary Frances Molr'l
Club Friday afternoon at the homeof Dec. 30-Called meeting ol ton, Charles Martin Betty

!Mrs. B. Smith. Holiday table Woman's Club of Homestead.Dec. Marjorie Langham Jewel

decorations were discussed.Mrs. 30-Holiday party of Red- and Katherine Rohrer.

Olin Edwards land Woman's Society of ChristIan Present besides the hostess and .
spoke on the
Service. Mrs. Gault were; Mrs. R. E. Anderson
history and
and Santa significance Claus of Christmas Dec. 31-New Year's dance given Mrs. Lloyd Deitx, Mrs

by Junior Woman's Club In Lester Walkup Mrs. Scott Caves
The next will be held
meeting Homestead Country Club. Mrs. Ceo. Morton Miss lylSfljN I
Virginia .
Jan. 10 at the home of Mrs. Edwards
It was decided. Jan. 3-Dinner party of Junior Booker Misses Milfred and War' ,
Co-ed Class. rene Severy and Lanier White-
Present also at the
meeting were:
Jan. Meeting of Woman'sAuxiliary head.
Mrs. W. W. Bethea Mrs. Chas.
of St. John's Episcopal Cook, Helen Heffner, Betty Arrant lit
Behrens! Mrs. Ben Bitting, Mrs.
Church. Joe I
Torclse Rosario La-
J. L. Murray Mrs. Walter Peterson -
Mrs. Ole Peterson Mrs. Mae Jan. 4-Meeting of Jennie Lob Rocio Dan Morton, Taddy Lott

Taylor Mrs. T. O. Watkins, Mrs. dell\ Circle with Mrs. Ceo. Barnes I Milfred and Warrine Severy, Lan t
Jan. Meeeting of Homestea ler Whitehead,
and
Audrey Marjorie -
L. H. Watkins and Mrs.
Schneider. Ray WPA art class In Chamber of Commerce I Langham and Alton White-I I
building it 2 and 7pm. head.

Jan. 6-Meeting of G.lrdllClub Others present were: Mr. and
Trial of a Hostess with Mrs Roy Matthews.Jan. Mrs J. S. Caves, Mrs Clyde {

The new maid preparing to Business meeting of Schroeder Mrs Clyde Neill and I
serve at her first dinner party Junior Mrs
Woman's Club of Home Langham !
was instructed by her garden- stead. I

loving mistress to place a "little Jan. -Meeting of Y. W. A.
I Homestead
P.-T A.
flower" In each finger-bowl for Wednesday
Jan. of Book
Meeting Review
the Mrs. Harry Cooper's room and
guests
Club In the library at 8 p. m Mrs J. R. Rutland's
room won the
That point in the course of the Jan. 22-Dade County Federa- it :
attendance ;
meal arrived, and to the hostess' tion of Woman's Clubs meeting in prizes.Numbers
perplexity! she saw that no blossoms Homestead. on the program were a IN
were floating about as song by first grade pupils, a candle ,-1

planned, but that the water had a song by a group from Mrs. Lon-
decidedly murky nature. HOMESTEAD: P.-T. A. nie Hood's room, rendmgs by i

Asking the maid afterward as to HIS CHRISTMAS PROGRAMA Rockle Sincere and Jackie Polk 1 I

the cause of the murkiness she Christmas program was given and a playlet. "Shepherd's Child- { !

.was Informed: "Why ,ma'am, Ah by pupils of the elementary s<'liool I ijren.( by a group from Miss Eula r
at the December meeting of the i Ray's room.. I
Jes' put in a little flour like you j jI
tole me "Montreal Star.
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"Wouldn't you like to be so
famous that you had your face on r. <.I % I

a thousand-dollar bill1 1
"No. but I'd like to be lucky 1r

enough Christian to AdvocateREDUCED get my hands. on one."- ", o .. .lOVELIEST 1I r



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pram In th* non-llrtlon field. Oreourrreeoinltlon a .
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boys the country ever and an rtrevtlonalyhlevonent I
will .. rewarded will yourself a Christmas present- !
bor'A picture o. the trust ooe r.
featuro was I.....,."'" with the w.. Mae Morris skilled beauty services always iO
ker lu which earned. on the front > .h.1 bed
the ...t'19 of A"'.....i ouUIMdlnt .". e ,' .

.f r.--.hoh...le..beta. IIb..I.am ....nt* and ..... pleaset Come in soon! y Co. i 1
ef bov*' orange _mend The ,
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mesa Boy totlilcrLr advanr ...
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who nol read It
Ko. ......Nhl. and sportsmanship of 4
limbs .hora .*... boys are "ImhuH with ,
Oalro to becomes lead... to develop
such 101_.. and eoara<. ..... heroe Mae Morris Beauty Parlor ,
bales ....lar.
To luboeribo be Th. ."' ....... Mo* ,. 1101 I
Krem As* at N. W.Third Si.
led the unto and address of the. M .
II to reoiv the ........ votrethor \
nropor rmtttanco (SI for one rr or .l
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:i 't.RalEvenls I I I I of ADDRESS The the Rev.Homestead Geo. ON H. Ricks Presbyterian PSYCHOLOGY pastor munity appointed Christmas OF to serve CHRISTMAS decorations on the com com II I. .Ii IL-Jt.


church, spoke on "The Psychology' mittee.
of Personality and Christmas" ata Present besides those named :
1 dinner meeting of the UniversityClub were: Mrs. J. R. Rutland, Mrs. B.
WOMAN'S CLUB OF HOMESTEAD GIVES I held at Folllard's restaurant- M. Hindman, Mn. Lonnie L. Hood, r USEFUL
Wednesday night. Mrs. E. B. Blackburn, Mrs. Ben
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DINNER PARTYThe I lie .was Introduced by Mrs. T. Archer, Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mrs.
J. Bitter, program chairman. Mr. Frank Webb, Mrs. Ruth L. Scott,
annual Christmas Junior Woman's Club cabaret Lawrence Becker presided.Mrs. Mn. James L. Bird. Mrs. R. J. Elliott GIFTS
pam of the Woman's Club dinner of!I Mrs. Heinlein read two poems Bevo Webb, Mrs. H. O.I Mrs. W. R. Bird, Miss Lois
written by Mrs. L. L. Bow, poet Thurman, and Mrs. Bleier were Behrens and Miss Josephine Cook.
Homestead was held Monday night 1 1r laureate the club. Christmas

at Avocado Lodge on Redlandrond. carols were sung by the a. emb- BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN I ham, Ardel Parman, Barbara Mil
r Mrs. J. D. Perkins, Mrs. O.I lage.Mrs. FOR KATHERINE KELLY I I ler, Anne Rheney, Latrell Waters, /1
W. Calkins, Mrs. Herman Perkins presided at the distribution The fourteenth birthday of Pearl Shullar, Madene Cllmer .l
loin Mrs. R. J. Elliott and Hein-I of gifts after the dinner. Katherine Kelly was celebratedat !Fay Pierce, Wynell Sheppard, Nellie ; FROMHerman's
P. McLean were hostesses. I Coven were laid for: Mrs. P. J. a party given at her home on Moon, Mildred Greer, Mary
The table was decorated with I I Franklin, Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, Mrs. West Avocado drive. Byars, Virginia Kelly Dennis Bur-
ferns and polnsettlas. Corsagesof B. M. Hindman, Mrs J. F. Hum- Among the games played was an man, Lake Proctor, Warren Morris -
gladioli and violets furnished I mett, Mrs. Herman Marks, !Mrs action game in which LIllie Little Wilbur Caves, Theodore Or-
by Mr1-. McLean were given then J. F. Madera, Mrs H. Ruegg, Mrs won the prize. fandes, Harry Bishop, Billy Jack-
obs, Howard KIrby, Lonnie Horne,
eue'tu favors. Harry O. CYorawall, Dr. Irene
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kit Harry D. Wolfe, program'!Shanklln. Mrs Herbert Katz Mrs. I Those attending the party were: Gerald Andrews, Raymond and (Opposite City Hall
Theda Proctor, Marie and Myra
; chiiinncn gave an address of wt'I'I') J. D. Barnes,$Hrs. Zeke Martin, Bell Evelyn Sullivan, Warrene Wesley Kelly. Homestead IU.
com. to which Mrs. H. K. Foulk !Mrs. A. L. LarUtr, Mrs. R. E.I and Mildred Severy, Llllle Little, Mary Catherine Suber who was
president, of the club relponded.11 Crowson: Mra$T. L. Hodges,. Mrs. I Mary Frances Byrd, Shirley Dan- unable to attend the party sent a HERE ARE A FEW
a Mi Joel J. Robinson offered I i'Wolfe, Mn. Robinson Mrs. Elliott. gift.
Bellegene Bullard, Betty Gra-
3. prmi.i t and Mrs. H. B. Seattle"::Mr*. Foulk, Mm. McLean, Mr*. 1 zey t SUGGESTIONSLADIES'
gate i toast to the members who|jI Heinlein, Mrs. Perkins, Mrs. Beat- J
look p.rt. In the third annual I Lie, and Mrs. Calkins.the I II


\MRS. (OKEK RE ELECTED hostesses, Mrs. Martin and I Salutationsand fflemichrishw SLACK
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\\()"D'I.\S CIRCLE HEAD Miss Whitaker IVY
\1i, \\'. D. Coker was re-elect- Present at the meeting were: I
tr\\ i i dent of Royal Poinciana Mrs. Ormand Cash, Mrs. J. P. Curl I 1 u JSO 2"
Gi. Woodman Circle at a meet- Mrs. Godwin Mrs. Pacetti,Whlt-\]\
in? D"l < 12. at her home. Cokcr, Mrs. Martin and Miss 298
on' ( i officers elected were: aker. i Best WishesFor + ., _
Mi '1 P. Curl, vice-president: I'
Ml-s Pearl Whltnker, corresponding WAYNE LAVGIUM IS GIVEN LADIES'
and recording secretary; Mr. PARTY ON ANNIVERSARY GOWNS 98C tP:
R I. Godwin, past president and Wayne Langhnm was given a I i a Prosperous New Year
bankui. Mrs. Florence Pacetti surprise party on his sixth
chaplain: Mrs.J. T. Martin, attend- day anniversary Sunday birth-I I BRUSHED WOOL 159
nt.11 Cecil Curl, assistant attendant noon by his mother Mrs. At this glad time, we SWEATERSDRESSES
Mrs. J. R. Bevls, Inner Langham, at their home in Florida
srntiiiul. Mrs. Clara Thompson want to wish all our
i outer I ,online!: Mrs. Pacetti,' first City.Various games were played:
f audit, : Mrs. Martin, second audit- during the afternoon. In the center customers a really fine I
01. MIJ., P. Curl third auditor of the dining room table was New Year.
<< and Vlr. Coker. reporter.Mi ., a small Christmas tree decoratedwith I 100 198 295
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: Katherine Richardson, dis- assorted candy fastened on a
tlill manager: and president offlJI''I' string. Ice cream and cake were I May We Continue to Serve You in 1911
Grove In Coconut Grove served.; LADIES' io
viii "lllltbeofticeI'lJan.9.i The small guests Included: i *
'lilt circle decided to send a Louise Strickland Elene Strick T. ORFANEDES HAND BAGS
Clm i,\\rn-j basket to some needy land. Margert Sullivan. Jackie
f;,ind'% in the district. Phillips Virginia Neill, Phyllis I
L'.oI'", and coffee were served b>' Deitz. Helen Schroeder. Marjorie HOSIERY49c
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Pare Fourteen THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday,'December 2O/1"9ro V, $

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Ind. Mn. Pence 1 Ia a sister of the A. W. Smith, who has been visiting I NNNNWMWNIINWNNINIIIIIIIIIININWWWNII :
late Mr. Harper. Mr*. Harper's his son-in-law: and daughter, FLORIDA CITYMMNINNNNIININMWWMNINININNIWNINNIWNNN ,
daughter, Mm Cecelia Harper, Mr. and Mn B. M. Hindman, left' ,
In and Around will arrive Sunday from Tallahassee Dec. 12 for his home In ndlanapoll Mr. and Mrs Robert N. Hartman Iak

,. where she is a student at *. of Chicago arrived In Florida City .
. I Florida State College for Women. I II Tuesday visit Mn Hartman'
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, Harvey Rue Howard Lamb, mother. : Lucy Hole, and: her 'j
HomesteadMi Vernon Turner who li studying I Edward Kirby and Howard West brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and ,_
law at Stetson University at De- will arrive today from Gainesville Mrs Harold-Sheffield The visit
Land will arrive to visit his par- where they are students at University i ors Wednesday for Cuba but

-- --- --- ents, Mr. and Mn. Ceo W. Turner of Florida plan to stop In Florida City on their I
over the holidaysMri. of Janu
return about the first
Eve Fuller of Jacksonville spend the holidays with her parents I
Miss Mary Dana Brown, daughter
f Florida the Rev. Mrs J J Rich- ary.
and
illlWo supervisor <> : ,
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W. E. Calney of Brooker, of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brown .
Art Project, WPA. and William ards.
In'' Flu, spent several days last week will arrive tomorrow from Florida Mr. and Mrs. J. Goforth and Mr. t-
Wool I district supervisor, were I with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Betheain State College for Women.Mr. and Mrs Gerald Jenkins of Tennessee ,
Kenneth freshman
t Horn ,lead Tuesday Hawker who I la a
I : I Princeton. have rented the Clinton
at Emory University I i at Atlanta
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and Mn J A. Pollard will apartments
arrived his
Mi R. L. Scott was returned Monday to spend .
Capt and Mn. A L. Hutchinson have as guest during the holiday,
. vacation In Goulds with his
Kendall parents
to her home Sunday from the '
Mr. and Edwin R. of MacDill field, and their daughter Dr. 'and Mn. W. J. Cameron of Little Archer Clinton was given 1'a
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she Underwentan
where
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hospital
\ Hawkes. will spend the week-end as Sweetwater, Tenn., and their ion surprise birthday party Tues--
i operation last week. guests of Mrs Hutchlnson'i broth BilL day by his mother, Mn. Charles

i Col and Mrs-Herbert M. Pool Mr. and Mrs Paul Reynolds are er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs Clinton. ,
P. L. Baker. Miss Iva will arrive Satur- -
expecting a Christmas Visit from Dyal
and daughter Wylene, will arrive
the first of the week to spend the Mr. Re>'nolds' mother, Mr. J. F. day from Stetson University, Fritz Schroeder has received
Billy Clark and Billy Walton where she Is word of the serious Illness of his
holiday with Col. and Mn. Alva Reynolds: his brother, Lewyn a junior to spend the :i
Lee Col. Pool is commandant at Reynolds* sister, Mn Quinn student at Man Hill College, holiday with her parents, Mr. and father, Herman Schroeder, of Calumet '
Man Hill N. C., arrived Wednesday Mrs E. J. City, IlL
Clemron College Clemson S. C., Word all of Blacksburg, Va, and Dyal. g
r and Miss Pool Is a sophomore at bliss Nancy Fryer of Rural Re- to spend the Christmas vaca- Mn Boyd Chernour- Is expected !
Brenuu College in Gainesville, treat, Va. The party will arrive tion with their parents Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Sam J..Davis bad to arrive Friday from a visit with ,
Tuesday Mn W. J. Clark and Mrs. W. K. a* guest Sunday Mr. and Mn. L.
Ga Va
t relative In Lynchburg, and
Walton. I>
A. Grace of Miami and their >
Fairmont, W. Va. Mr*. Cohern-
Mr. and Mn. Wm. Smyth of daughter Catherine. On Monday ':
Mi Frank L. Skill and Mrs. J. our will be accompanied by Mr.
Miss Lucille West arrived .
Redland will leave Monday to ye.ter.day Mr. and Mrs. Davis attended the
A Sinitli who left Saturday for Mr. and Mn. John Freeman and
from Man Hill
College Man
New York flnt
spend the holidays in symphony concert of the
Wabh ngton, D C., to bring home City and Dover N. J. Hill, N. C., to visit her parents, University of Miami orchestra In I Mrs. B. F. Denby who will spend
Mrs Skill's daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. West. the Miami Senior High School the holidays visiting relatives
Elizabeth and Frank, Jr., and Miss I Mrs Ruth Williams; left Saturday auditorium. here and in Homestead. "
Marti} .0 Johnson of California, arrived Mrs O. L. Strickland has
for her home in Minneapolis after returned Ceo. Davis is confined to his
with them Tuesday night. I spending six week with her mother to her home In Homestead Mrs. Louis Walker of Homestead home with a crushed foot. The
,. ]Sleet Skill with her brother and Mr*. C. J. Calderwood. after visiting several weeks In underwent an operation in Injury was caused by a tractor.W. .
Mist- Johnson, a sorority sister, Jacksonville.Mr. I the James Archer Smith hospital
had been detained when a skidding Mn J E. Waller and Infant ion, Tuesday.I C. Birdsey of Clmtonville
automobile damaged her car born two week ago were returned and Mrs. Ray Fleming are Conn., arrived last week ...
Just after the party had started to to their home In Silver Palm enjoying a winter in San Diego, I Alton Home; and son, born
}lome lend. yesterday from the University Cal., according to word receivedby last week In the James Archer Mr. and Mr. E. Lyman of
hospital In Coral Gable friends here. j Smith hospital, .were returned to Meridian, Conn.. spent Monday and
Mr. and Ms, J. E. McClung an' their home Sunday Tuesday in Florida City.
noumr the birth of a five-pound, Mr. and Mr. Ernest Collins and Edward and John Hickson, students i I
fight-ounce daughter Jan, In the son John, who have been visiting at Alabama Polytechnic Institute i Mn H J. Armstrong who was I Mrs. Sophie Ehlers of Luddln,-
James Archer Smith hospital Sut- Col. and Mrs. Ralph Kingmnn left at Auburn will arrive Sat- I in the James Archer Smith hosjpital ton. Mich., arrived recently for the
urduyMis. Monday for their home In Lawton, urday to spend the holidays with I for medical treatment last winter. She 1 I. a guest at the
iJ Okla. I their parents, Mr and Mrs J. B. week was returned to her home I I I home of Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Sim-
Hickson In Naranja Saturday mons.N .
II{ Tom Hinman and infant
Miss Catherine Steffanl{ was
son were returned to their home re-I
turned to her home Friday
in N.. .uij.i from the James Archer
the James Archer Smith
hO'I.1I: veotcrdiiyR .
r, :.a o' Mn C. B. Waters who has been i

,,d 11'I i Amen, who Is attending In the Kendall hospital for more .

Km ,, mi College, Suwannee, |than two months was returned !
Ti MI" i is expected to arrive this Wednesday to her home In Home-
. "to k-l"JlI I to spend the Christmas' stead. !
hi"! s with his parents, Mr. and I I -
M" 1 1. .\ Ames of Redland. j jMI I I1 Mr and Mrs. Paul Z. Camp of : _
N Washington D. C., arrived Saturday -
J 11: t'. ikefitld returned !I to spend the holidays with
t 10 .\. ,luhiLola Sunday after n':Mr. Camp's mother, \Irs. Chas. W:
nil. -\ ? :v visit at the home of her 'Camp In Redland.
s Oil i :id cliiuKhtcr-in-law, Mr. nnd
Mis" ii; .,). N. Wakefield. !Mn. Barrett Robinson and Mrs.
W. Hines left Tuesday for their
\1Alia, Webster a Junior at home in Burlington Flatts N. Y..
I AU:," Siott College at Decatur, after spending a w..ek'Itlt Mrs.
r. ,,i lived Wednesday to spend Robinson's uncle, J. A. Norwood.
i the/ lidiijs with her parents, Mr in Redland
ami Mi!,. Julian It. \\ebstei.Jo' '.
Miss Virginia Frlck. a senior at
i FI'ct1erlck.ho has a fel- I Stetson University, arrived last
I lovvsn p at the University! of Floilriii night to upend She holidays with,
'" lived Sunday to spend the her parents Mr. and Mrs Gco M
I baud vs with his parent Mr. Frick. I

and Mesa David FieduicksM M,
Mrs. C. T. Harper had as guest 4a '+ n
!\ Betty Richards; a aopho-1 several days last week. Mr and i,
Mae ,it I Florida State College for Mrs Roy Pence and Mr and Mis .
1 Worn II. will. 'rrive Saturday to Chas Grave, all of fort Wayne Here's What He Wants 1

HERE'S WHAT HE NEEDS!


Shirts, ties, sox all sorts of apparel

gifts those are the things he wants,

needs and can use Add to the practicality

CHRISTMASGIFT i of wearable gifts the famous

Homestead Haberdashery quality, and
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ILLUSTRATED Leather Jacket
IS.50 to SU.SO Shlrkraft and t
Philip Jones Broadcloth Shirts '1.65

to f2.00 Broadcloth Pajamas ft.61 '
CENTERI I to 13.95 .Entllsh Ascot Ties II o. .
I Ii I Shirt and Shorts, 35c to SOe per t''
garment 0 ..Zip-Sweater lamb-knit
U.ts to $5. 3. .Star Brand Bedroom il
I Slippers ".50 pair Interwoven t.
Se*. t pain f 1.01 And not Illustrated '
,i are dozens of other smart gifts i

o robes, belts, brace, roller pin '
i b .JVlianti 8u f *ffi&ffi \ A+ rica .Urgast"Rexl" sets bal. everyUUoc.. U pleas *> Mae'


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. Episcopalians to Begin Christmas Sanctus (Camldge): communion I .. ,
hymn, "Silent Night (Gruben):

"Agnus Del" (Adams); "Gloria In CLASSIFIED ADS i iI
It Services at 11 P. M. Christmas Eve Excelsis (old chant); recessional I !

"It Came Upon the :Midnight!
Clear (Willis); organ postlude. RATE: Tint insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertion I

!thrUtma services at st. John (Roper); Kyrle (anon); Gloria 1 "Noel" (Holmes) by Mrs Julian I 5* a line

jpiacopal Church will begin at 11deck Tlbi ( Webster ... _. ..
anon.): anthem "The First I choir director and organist -- --- -
.' Christmas Eve with celebration Nowell" (traditional); "Gratlas .

of the Holy pommunlon: at Tibi" (anon.); sermon hymn, "O'I On Christmas Day a celebration 1'i FOR RENTFOR sale cheap. Mrs. H K Ewing

which the following program of Little Town of Bethlehem" (St of the Holy Communion will again 'I I 15 N. E 8th at. Homestead

Choral music will be sung: Louis); offertory, "All My Heart be held at 19( a. m. RENT-0-room house reasonable (a6tf.

prelude, "Angels Sere- This Night Rejoices (Stella) I to reliable part, Farm
,.Organ sung On Friday, Dec. 27, the eve of OIL AND BOTTLE GAS staves ,
by Mrs W. A. Austin I I Life road one-eighth mile north
Dad, (Bragg): processional, ; presentation the Feast of the Holy Innocents, from $1 up Virgil Lyon.
'Adeste Fidel is' (Reading), Introit, All Things Come of Thee" the of school. Mn M J Connelly,
Sunday school Christmas tree ('27tf)
Sing: 0 Sing This Blessed Morn' (anon): Sursum Corda and !'I will be held I I Inquire Imperial Gas Station, '"
at the church
at 6.30Wishing (
I I Federal Hwy., between Biscayne FOR SALE Troprcai: plants, clt
----- drive and Avocado drive
--- --- ---- -- ----- rus trees and troplcu fruit In

(d13-20) season Jungle Grove, Redlan4 ,

road and Plummet drive.
FOR RENT-4-room furnished "'a

1 I cottage Alto rooms Shanklin
I I Grove (pd 20) MISCELLANEOUS: !
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FOR RENT-By week or month, Real Estate Loan

in Povernlr, large room with LOANS' TO Bt'ILD. MODERNIZE, \

I adjoining bath' Phone 508-J REPAIR Residential. Cine

(de) and Business Proper

From $W to UOO-from) 6 1110. to (
FOR RENT-Small hawse. partly 5 years.No .'
furnished near pegboard 5,1.
Down PU'lI1cnt-No Rod Tape 1
Adam J. Enl1l''J
(pd :27) SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS

FOR RENT: -Clean, Ml electric S200 for 3d mo-Repnv $8.to ino .

furnished apartment with fireplace $500 for 38 mo.Repay $15 '7 'mn. a

Mrs. Eva Collins, Fed SI.100 for 60 mHepiv 5:12: W ,

eral Highway! Biscayne Drive 1 mo. .

at Modello, (n22tf) Auk for FREE Kit;links ,)
Without Ob' gjtlon t

KK SALEF We also have FHA LOANS for

New Hone,. p.') able m'IIIIIly
F(-) SALE-G< ,id plow mule I over 20-:5 \caii

Cheap Inc cash Curtis Lee, Let us supply your BUILDING

H. iiinDrlxi.'. OouM Fla. prt ..7Ml NEEDS. Pioiipt Sn' exItltOOKFR !.

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down and $10 full
monthly, 1
Plume 6.: BJllIl'.d! fla.
price $:511. bu5 acre on u\. ,;

elite Richard loud 660-II. nui :li WANTED
of Mowry drive H. & N. Lieh-

I F4 fir' F r tenberg, Congress Building, TUTORING WANTED high

Miami. school and grade school subjects

FOR SALE-Used oil and electric Mn II J. Armstrong. AB.,

stoves Smith-Graves Furniture Plummer drive and Country

Co. (d3tf) Club road.


I FOR SALE-7 room house priced CLEAN:, RAGS WANTED \ViL

reasonably which can be converted exchange subscription or ad valuing .

into apartments Inquire for cliun rust L-. JerEnterprm -

Mrs, M A Berger, 10th and :. 1 1
1 + Krome avenue (d13 tit) :
40 r NOTICE OK APPLICATION 'ilK
]FOR SALE-Car radio fruit, 741 IKFU ,
f lie HIM
Chickens, ducks, turkeys, Shanklin Notice It h.rt. given that Inn, 1Lvwte .
I Grove. (pd :20) holder ai aulvntt if Raton I fI."I.I
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I. District Tax I.rrttfa4 N"n "In
dated the ash day of Au".I. < IIl
]EXCELLENT: PURCHASE New 2f. h.. flied Mid Ctrl ff,.1. In n" "fIt .
8-room house with 24 ( and ha& mud. plication 1m ire
acres
: deed to issue th.....n I I" ..,."rdn,,.r "lid
all of our friends a Merry Christmas House never occupied bath ,law. Said Certificate tmbra.n the f. II .w.
toilet, electric light reduced to Inc dMrrlttd property. situated I In I.ultCountj
F orlaa. tu.-.11
fl,600. Terms $1,000 cash, bal- Lot 1. Blk 1, t .IIUn Court Plat
ance $125 per year for 5 years. Rxk 11, Faro I:. In the County "1 1 rlp, '

i Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co. interest 6%. No roaches no termites Auto The of a.es.n.nt Florida nf said rrokett) ,I r '
i no bed bugs Better act tat Ctnlflratt Issued use fn Hit 15.15:.: :,(
Unknown Unless! said ttrllflcato shell l I harxktmra
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FRANK B.RUE.MGP. quickly. H. A Cameron Homestead ..<"rdltu' t", law, tax d_' silt
i Phone 72. (d6ft) atut tit on "n the iuh dj> of Dom", ''''rA .
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: MFRS. REDLAND BRAND FERTILIZER Ii CHRISTMAS VINE pants and 1040 Dated tnli/ mil day of Nu,.n.b.. D.

young tropical almond trees F B. LEATHERN\N!: .
HOMESTEAD. FLA. i Clerk ..I (Circuit .,1,
for sale Also] of
cuttings
iI pur- JJ. Lr."',1 4 tl", '.
I ple bougalnvil! Mrs N. G. Circuit ScJrl aral!
t.o I'. STf.RRF1 r ,it C.I .
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ABOUT a 10-room house. celled FOT1tts 01' 4rrllCUIIIS FUR
.IIOTICI APPLICATION
or rol scot of sold prowrty under the said r..,.. which' It the Sth, day af January, 1MIDaUd TAX im
Si TAX DEED filtrate .Weed I. 11. 01 v.. throughout bath, toilet, wired
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this l Ul day Novtmbrr Hid
0...... 174H7-Art. .( lt)5-F1I. 4-4... .a...... for electricity but not connected, Notice to ?nkr |I,m that FloT., I
WriCB: 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT Unless. said Otrtlflratna hall ha .*...... C: B. irATHTRMANCltrl : '
HOT F Wait h.ld..f State and County td according to law the pmprrty nVarrlb Circuit Court Dodo County. Florida nice lawn big barn with cement Arli"
'ai Ctrtlflratta No. JIBS |)S4 and SIKt td therein will bt : the hlthnt tt a. I Circuit Court SValBy floor, acme pumping machinery,
bred the Stb day of August A. D JD2P. d.r at the Court H"'d on the ntMonaar N 0 BTFRRFTV B O.IN. 1t11l. ha filed said I ("...flcatt li, m, of
.. filed same In my off",., and .baa nada in the nontb of January 1M1 ... tl, s1. Doo. S, IS W 1840t.) also about six acres old grapefruit lire, and h.i trade siolieattcn I.> tae
""""'wil. Said CtrtlflcaM embrace the (ol. 2 acres seedling ocndok. deed W lass thereon In a loon.* dmrilwd proprrtr In the County 2 cleared. Priced $3,500. I.... Bald Or.iflrat,, rmbra... tl.. I, ""wdMrrlbrd .
41 Dale State of Florida to-wltl acres -l pruptrtr. situated In Dude <'"untj .
flMm T Stock 4. Northwttt Rlah. I Make me an offer Owned bj Florida. la.wl, :
tied,, 01.....:.. Plat; Book 22, Para SS, la an estate. H. A. Cameron Lot P. .I>dr" as In Plat S..1. I. Paw
*a County of Dadt State of Flor.da. to.m. The Best Seed is the 4. In Berths S. 1hl at 5-11.' .. Ranee
......, In Cm.flrata No. tlKS The4esnt auraa- 1 Homeu Phone 72, (d6tf). 40 Eut, containing 10 IV Acres ..<.rHI or Iwo
tf said proptrty tinder the said Con the C'My of tadt. State of Florid
Kfkatt .....,. wait In the name of Unknown. Seed FOR SALE-Small house. furnished Th. .....'m.1 .1 sold roierty under
tflMm to 13. Block 4, Northwttt High. Cheapest Regardlessof the Cmlfkat* In..i she In the 114n.. ofUnknown.
to*, :Bubdn Plat Book tt, Tat IS li $1,000; $:00 down, and $15a t'nt.said: C.rt,flotr ,h.1I I h*
fta Oemtity of Dadr state of Florida aa .... month with 6% la:fit'st. Call tdn-ir.nl ac,.'d.ns: to la.. tax dwd will
and In CrrtlflraU No 114 The cows the Price ,out thcrMB on the t<'h da if Dteambrr
weal M said prop rty snifter the Hid Coo L. O. Hall at Berger residence A. D. IMO
kffeatt. .ked wait In the name at Unknown (lIflU: ) Dated thu IDIh day cf N"n,1>o.. A. D
> Lot It, Blork 4. Northwest ihlanda. a 11.0.
thtb4... Plat Book 12. Fat IS. In the NEW CROP TOMATO SEEDKillers ; F. R. LE4TfIERMAK.
sea. of Dad.. State of Forida at tmraaidjn i AFRICAN VIOLETS 25c, 8075c ., CI..k II trta l Court. .
OtniflraU No S1SI The aamt.LJ" Mrs Fred Fuchs, Roberts Dad C.ciy Fl...do.
Grothen GlobeKille's Circuit Court Real
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JUDICIAL cnirtriT romT nrvrvrn 22 It t>K C. m :, 11'1''
CIRCUIT DAD COHNTTI "X"Glick's ,i FOR SALE-Good used electric

/ CBANfFRT Taw N>. IMTK-t i stove cheap. Vugil Lyon

Los TSUIT Olivia Lambmn FOR DIVORCE Dall I, Plaintiff. ... Colco Globe I IGlick's I (n5-U Turner's Funeral' Home 1
allkse5 L ball, IMtndantappaarint .
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Grothen Globe
-H. stated fcr sworn bill fn.d In the i iGlick'j FOR SALE-Man'I bicycle, $10.00. tl-HK AMBULANCE SERVICELady

*ftV the Defendant estate that therein OJLBBRT named to U a ; Rutgers i Tom Collins Modello, Fla Attendant
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ilia state of Florida and to the bat of Glick's Fhcne: 664-R HU:1c.te.3.> Fla. i '
FMntttrt tnawltdat and u cartieularly I MarglobeFerryMorse ;RARE TROPICAL FLANTS for
r kt Meta to known to the Nalnttff the ; ;
J J*">ta of the Defendant Grothen Globe
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1o* Oklai and that said Defendant to
ease the an of twmty nt yaara It to Ferry-Morse Rutgers GET fOUR STATE
r ""1" ordered that said non naldtnt4ill '
*?*** la, and ht to hmfcy. ft ulnd to L1ving ton'. Globe 'I
tJSS"*.Ie the Bill of complains filed la
Jf2JT{ "" air Wore -Mimday, the tk
ro.*LWS-'M"... D* 141..Mtufwlaa the F rry-Morse Pritchard Topper Driver'sLicense i
aa..NMte at
MId bill will .. Wes ..
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OUR SINCERE GOOD WISHES FOR A MERRY CHRISTMAS. IN THE MATTER OF FOODS

WE ASSURE YOU THAT WE CAN TAKE CARE OF YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS. MAY WE

I HELP YOU TO MAKE TillS COMING SEASON A MEMORABLE ONE. I

: PRICES .GOOD THROUGH CHRISTMAS f
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.: IwIa711tat4 Pumpkin No. V/2 can 10c DEL MONTE
_"GoIoWc-4 .\ COFFEE1lb.can19c
CANADA DRY SPECIAL
GINGER ALE 1 9 rta><----
SELECTED: gparklUc Water -* Cwto____98e: .. .
Chuck Roast lb.-19c
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COUNTY ItISTCom Miracle Whip Qts. 25cOCEAN
WESTERN- FRESH
3 cans 25c
Pork Shoulders *JS lb.- 17 c SPRAY I CANS
S Ib eM Cranberry Sauce 2 Cans 25 c
CfT FROM YEARLINGS 5 I SHORTENING' i
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46c .
SIRLOIN STAYS$0 MISH STEWARTS MIXED LB.Pecans
Steak T-BONE lb.-25 c ,AND IWIIT 23L c 1 Nuts--25c
HEINZ-nG DATE or
END CUTS: Plum Pudding Ige. can 33c- CHOCOLATE COVERED
11 Pork Loin Roasts-Ib.- 19 c C9BBLER Cherries lb. box 25 c

i! SYLVAN FARMSCountry Potatoes 10 Ib. 17c SELECTED LB. N* t BUDDED .
if# Roll Butter lb. 39c KELLOGG'S Chestnuts 35c 1 Walnuts 29

Dal PACEOysters Corn Flakes 2 pkgs. 13 c: Candy Filled Stocking |5c & 10c
------quart-59c BLUE PLATEPeanut

\ DON'T FORGET Butter l lib.jar 15c Baby Ruth Bar 5 cL![BothGc

It's Turkey Talking Time SOIR RED- FITTEDCherries Butter Finger 1 cr )j .

2 cans 25c

4 XXXX or BROWN r

m BALLARD'SFLOUR Sugar 2 pkgs. 15c (ll/1Q/u( Ifg1t 6 4
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BELL'S 701 CIMMtNO III CARNATION Milt
.& PLAIN or SELF.RISING SELECTED
Poultry seasoning Pk
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5 Ibs. 10 lbs. 20 Ibs. Iceberg Lettuce, 2 hds. 17 c
OSCEOLA NO. 303 CANS
27c 47c 87cMince Peas 3 cans 25c FANCY GREENBrussels
Sprouts 2 Ibs. 23 c

1 OLD TIME o BLEACHED BUNCHFancy
1\Ieat--3 pkgs.-25 c AUSTEX WALKER'SCHILI Celery or Hearts 10 c

SWANS DOWN i
HOME: CROWN
. Cake-Flour---pkg.- t.= Fresh Lima Beans 2 Ibs.25 c
No. 1 can, 2- 25 C
VAL VITA
FANCY FENN.Mushrooms.
PeachesNo..2}$ can 12VXEEB Eti PNU No.303can17c'VELCH'S 1 lb.basket 21 c

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HEART of REDLANDS
Tomatoes No. 2 can S'/gc Oranges . Doz. 15c
LADY GRACE GRAPE JUICE
Sweet Pickles Jar 1 Pint Bottle ------- 1 CAPE CODCranberries
Qt. 23 c C lb. 21 c
PREMIER When You Buy

Stuffed Olives U T25c Regular Quart Bottle for--44eMOItGAN'I Pole KENTUCKY Beans WONDER. 2 Ibs. 19c
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