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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 27, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00308
 Related Items
Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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COULD START Inquest in Dearing Death Continued I BY CIVIC CLUBS OF DISTRICT 1

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WORK 30 DAYS i A coioners inquest into the I Funei Men ices fir Dialing. .'0- I Christmas Cheer Group Faster Service for II F. D.

:j i death of Emory Dearing who was year old con ol Mi md Mit \V' Distributes 1BJ Baskets Patrons Object of
killed last FrIday night when the Dearing of Homestead. \veii ,Held I II Action
I ear in which he James Redd and Tuesday afternoon in the Homestead '
FROM 1 ,Miss Constance Hunter I One hundred si\t\-two familiesreceived
were riding ,[ Methodist Church with its
JAN.17i left the highway half-way between pastor, the Rev J. J, Richards and baskets of food ,ind 200 JOB TO BE FILLED: J1 l
Kings Highway and the Ice plant Dr J. E. Johnston. pastor of the children received toys on' Christmas BY CIVil. SERVICE:
i i! will be continued until Redd recovers : First Baptist Church of Home- i Eve from the Christmas Cheer

Six Acres of Shore Line I' sufficiently from his InJuries stead, officiating jomtlv The esteem fund Chairman T E. Kirby reports Temporary Appointmentto
Only sixteen of the baskets
to testify at the hearing. | in which the held
community
South of North Canal 'I f,imiliesMr Be Made! Pending
I Young Redd, confined at James the young mm, who left high were given to negro I
': To Get Fill Archer Smith Hospital with : school three years ago to contri- : Kirby hopes to make "i complete Examination j j
bruised if not broken spinal ver- bute to the support of his family. report next wink"INDIANS" -- t
tebrae and painful head Injuries was evidenced by the massed floral I \ __ The !present 80-mile, rural mute
$10,000 AVAILABLEFOR
I is still in a serious condition Miss offerings that required several cars which has been seivcd! alone by \
PROJECT IN 1910 Hunters injuries, while painful, in addition to the hearse to transport Carrier Ham Cooper Mine the retirement i '
I I were not critical, to Palm Cemetery at Nar inja SCALP of George Harmon mure ( j
I where burial took place than five years ago will be divided i
Area Given I 1
by South Born in Ga. 58-25 and another cnrriei added effective <
Clifton Emory was REDLAND
Farms Now Reachedby IU.S.TAKESOVERBUILDING ;I Ian 16 according In authorization -
brought to Homestead by his parents I .
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I received In pn< Road when he was a old
I year
---.- OF AIR After :saving school he worked in ;PLAY HERE DEC.31 ,er S. E. Livingston this week <
Civ'i'' curbs, the lumber' of i icommeue I
i a grocery store and later took 0\ era
Bids for pumping fill along the -- I the postmaster und the t
diy cleaning agency which he I
shoreline of the proposed Homestead I FIELD NEAR HEREDellverv operated for about a year until ;ic Accompanied ba pliotoipaphei rural carrier himself: have sought 'I{
I : I. the division of the
Bayshore Park returnable, entered the employ of Redd's Div' from Life picture news wnklv unite and the I 1
' to the Dude County commission by I I Cleaners several months igo He i I\\hoistikinxputuus of tin highlights addition of a earner in 1 the. 11I1..1'I 4
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of the ti of Kinitspnil, est of more efficient scmic te> iu- r
to Dade Count of the was in 'large of the iKup ann ip I
Jan 17, are asked In advertisements 1 ,Ira) mail !Patrons j
patrons now twill
idclive.y Tenn High School b"k"tb,11 teim
deed to Pine Island site not the service and Jarre: Redd .
started last week by the airport for which the governmenthas I I'a.. manager of the dn c'eanng: the Indians of Tennessee have I be able to receive Incoming 1 t
commission.Ten |I invaded the Redland District mall earlier I and bo assured I Hintoutgoing <
I appropriated $196000, is expected I department of the busmen which again
thousand dollars was appro- toddy, according to County I I I: is owned and operated by his urele I(I and added the scalp of Ridland mail deposited with the *
priated in this >ear'. budget for;, Commissioner J D Redd. Deed ''''Fred Redd James 2j years "i( size. I High School to their belts They carrier will be dispatched without
work on the project, and If the, will come from the trustees of the is the son o( Mr and Mr Chester! defeated Redland 8-211n! the Red delay Mi Livingston said j
commission considers the bids received Internal Improvement fund at I M Redd and nephew of County I land gym Chrtttmas Eve Route 1. con.ltllllof 18HO '
in line with estimates made I I miles will be curried by Mr Cexin- ,
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Tallahassee. Commissioner J D Redd Items of interest in which the \
by county engineers. the contract[ I er Route 2. consisting of 1\ 8t: '
The federal government will I Mr and Mrs Fred Redd said Indians appear during their trip I
can be let and dredging started miles will be carried by.a carrierwho
carry out development of the air- through Florida and to Cuba as'
within 30 day. County Commissioner I yesterday that young Dearing had will receive temporary -
appointment
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I port and relieve the county of all shown great since he well as pictures of cheer leaders
J. D. Redd said last night promise frum11': Livingston
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I responsibility except collaboration'' spectators etc. are being photographed
joined their
The shoreline area to be filled la organization (Continued on Page Two)
by county engineers, It was learned i to appear in a future Issue -
south of the North Canal and I I| "He was honest Industrious

aggregates I
in a conference at Miami Monday, I of Life, it was said.
approximately six acres, Mr Redd said At first it was.thought considerate and courteous-a fine Month's Business'
Mr Redd said. The area for the that the county would be','{boy and reliable employee" slid The Indians will be "tomahawk- Made HaY'8 Routine
park donated by South Dade I' in charge of letting contracts or I Mrs Redd "Both boys had worked, Ing' for the Homestead High
Farms, is reached by a passable earning out the work itself late Friday and had their recd* School for the third time on New By Car Wahinlld
-: but not good road thrown up a year and memoranda in perfect snap*- Year's Eve The game will begin
ago I which made it possible for u' toContinued I promptly at I o'clock Last wren Done & Kliwani,
Negro Houses BurnedIn ( on Page Two) 1 (Continued on Page Two) operators of Texaco One-Slop

i Two-Alarm BlazeTwo Station N, Krome avenue at
Jury Says Negro Used City Power and Light Plant Is Voted I Fourth itrret Advertised their

Knife in Self Defense houses in Homestead color. news C lirm spray method of

I ed town were destroyed about mid To Have Best Christmas DecorationsThe I washing can-with 11-mlnuU

Because the man he killed had night Christmas In a twoalarmfire servlceln 11.ln'h'" In

I reputation as a tough and quar- which attracted many sightseers Homestead Music Store was to other public buildings whose the Leader-l.nlerprlse.
relsome negro and had started the and threatened for a whileto awarded the five dollar prize offered I decorations they considered worthy This ,....11w< station Is
fracas In which both wielded engulf an adjoining store and by the Redland District I of it the Homestead Presbyterian washing an many cars In a day I
"switch-blade' pocket knives, neighboring houses Chamber of Commerce for the Church the James Archer aaIt had been wishing' during jj !
John S. Harland, colored, was ex* The houses owned by Alec McKinney business house having the best I Smith Hospital and the HomeI an entire month before the s
onorated by a coroners jury for! negro were a complete Christmas window decorations stead city advertising appeared, affordInf {
the death of James Clover Sunday -" loss but the store building, oper- Honorable mention was given toW I I Ingenuity effectiveness and to R. II Done, senior partner .
night In Gillespie Camp ated by Buster Tompkins. negro H. Wood's jewelry store and (I beauty of the decorations count :
three miles east of Florida City; and owned by Geo. E McCaskill, the Lou Dress Shop. |I equally In the judging. accordingto So-In this lfo.ue.f the J
near the Florida City Canal I Miami attorney, was only scorched The judging committee agreed ]I the contest rulvs Leader-EnterprlM Done The fight started in a shanty it unanimously that the decora- I I The point of interest in the music are repeating their
the camp when Glover knocked TRADE HOME tions on the city light and water | store display Is a representation rar wa h ad and taking a i
. Harland over and then attacked Trade of their grove home by plant were deserving of the first of the three wise men following dible-pa advertisement U
, him with a knife. It was then Mr. and Mrs Thomas Quillian at prize. but the general chairman I I the star In this representation tell automobile owner of the 11,.
. that Harland pulled out his Bauer drive and Country Club the :Rev. R F. Blackford stated I silhouetted forms of camelsare Redlaml District about Fl..k
"switch-blade' and carved into I road for the Miami home of Mrs that the prize could be given only i operated by a motor behind the Saftl-nifht Tim 'he f'
Glover just above the heart-and W. Hewitt, 5715 S. W. Fourth to a privately owned business I, scenes ,1I.abtoorbln. lire." which
$ ended the fight Both had been street, was announced last week. He agreed however with a rec- Judges in the contest. represen- has strips of soft rubber inserted ,
e drinking Mrs Hewitt her son and daugh- ommendation of the Judging committee t tatives of civic clubs and other across he tread U eliminate
I ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs J H that hereafter a prize for clubs were Mrs Ben Archer, tklddlnc and to Insure
t NEGRO DIES IN CRASH Brewerton, and her son-in-law public buildings i be included with ]I chairman Mr and Mrs T J quick starting and stoppla 1

Edward Tolliver negro wail I and daughter Mr and Mrs MMcLaughlm the prizes for town re-idence, Bleier Mrs Maud E Chandler, .. Allan Klwuin Junior
killed ? I 'n his automobile skidded j jon are all making 11"11' I II iI countn i idenccs, tree and bu-.- :Miss Ellen Huff and H J H<-lei partner, explalBed
/ weti,.mint and left the I time .,it the fernier Quit 1 in i I' r, .. 1 nil, i nd he .1 ' I'"....I I "it Vllipattuli road just north eitMl and \1-, Quliian I I, 1 '. t" u I' _.. u,11, ) m"'I ,,- WI11)\} : 'il, '" -1 1 I.- Safti-Flights, turn it. Pairs-s g
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'car, called for Mill Hunter daughter measured 18 feet from where the
H. II. S. DEFEATSREDLANDfflBY INDIANS RURAL ROUTESI of Mr. and %>11'1. Herbert Hunter car left the highway to where it
I i of Florida City and all three apparently turned over, and 62
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spent a while at Bamhoo Tavern I fee; from list point to where it
(Continued from Page On) I ( from Page One playing the automatic phonograph,i((Stopped moving Deanngt body
Coach LeRoy Sprankle, who has pending a civil service eun na.I It wt only a minute or two after] was found 30 feet from the car,
; 3-POINT MARGINWith coached many a winning team I lion of applicants to be Announcedby they left the restaurant that the'I'Redd and Miss Hunter were
during his nineteen yean at basketball the government.Both {crash occurred.: Redd wait' dm.ing.,j I I thrown from the car but not far
mentor at Kingsport atatt'sthat E amen will leave the postE There was no collision and no from it.Dearing.
a score that office *t 11 a. m. The Route 1 I'other Involved The survived his '
this year a team is one of the car was Cat i i by parents
hands or was tied eiha:1: best. During Coach Sprinkles earner will be due back at 3:30 went out of control a short dIS-I' three sisters, Mary Ellen,
during the fame the Homestead reign, th* avenge scone per game:p. m. and Route 2 carrier at 1:15: I I tance north of Kings ghway and::Louise and Elaine. and grandparents -
has been :28II points for Ktngsport.a .'1p m. Tab will allow plenty of I hurtled into an avocado grove on i Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Dear-
H.fh School Corners defeated c the compared to Soil points for"Aural for dispatch of mall from, the east side of the highway. about ing of C ifton. Funeral arrangements -
Redland High School Diamond. their opponents Last year they patrons In the f p. m. north- I 800 to 1,000 feet south of the ice were under the direction of
back by a three point margin I!won th* Big Six championship bound mad. At present it lj I an plant Constable Joe ScarboroughI Turner Funeral Home
Friday night in the Redland gym Tennessee and bed for the Eastern: almost impoMible Job for the car I
wen over 500 local fan witnessed 1 1',Tennessee championship.On Her to serve the 80-mile route and
1:'.. basketball f.cot. The final score I make the t p. m. mail
I(, their way south Kiogsport
1 \ Sac 25-22 defeated Robert E Lee High of Mr Livingston Mid he hat not T E C H N I C A L
\\I The tint quarter ended wilt; a Jacksonville 30-23 and Plant City 'df''ld whom he will appoint an
I J ire of 1-4 for Redland and at the ,30-15. .temporary carrier Luther Stn k- I.lry.Riddle TKbi.oI Division nr.wclist .
'A of the half the count KM 1111. ; ,land has been !
employed
byIr
( After the Redland game the ricala. short cr /titiitMi ...
\ the end of third quarter the.lies I Cooper a* hit helper during .-1
ladtaas left for Havana, where
i they ...
t qualify tie MiJtitUr
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stood K-1S la fvwf '
again holidays and other rr.a.l I
I heavy
will play sue gun* A ,
game
Redland I ir..M employment u atutuartiictiM.
days. I]
Homestead "B" team dere> d|1'iaiti. Miami' Edison Dec 30 and i l.o.sal dattts. -.....
1,......... Dec 31 will end their
R d ard "B" team by a cote 01'Florida Jut r.llm.it FM tttult, call TkR
invasion.The
.1.3-13 ; i! INQUEST I .r.lr.r-I .... !. !. >. .. Weekdays
Warm Side s a... u S s.-. Sit ft Somas'.

REMAND F. F. A. It was necessary for taxation
purposes to decide on which side (Continued from Page One) Embry-Riddle School of Aviation
John LAndrum. Reporter
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of the Canadian and 'United States cam on m the face of losing m"
; .... .....-...--...--.".- border a farm which an elderly of our key workmen" TICHNICAL DIVISION
: \r idav night, Dec 23. our lady had Just purchased actually After attending the Home Redland basketball Fnda i S24I Hirtlwtif lilt Assess (Fries IHf), Telephone i.DSI
jpter held :Is regular mee lay Surveyors finally announced game )
j ,'. jr chapter room at 7'30, n'l that the farm was on the American night! Redd and Deanng m Redd', 1
Prevalent H. .... Aman. Jr. pre- side of the border. The lady
.:ng Matters pertaining to the I smiled M.ih rel.ef.
: .:n.ng festival were discussed I "I'm glad: tr know that," she
c:d tent.tve plans made Also, i ittees said I '.e : card that winters In
; .: reported that the win- I Canada are .errbly severeEx.. 15 IIIN. I Cars Shampooed 15 3IIN.

dewn cur bus body had been SERVICE SERVICE

preparations completed and for recommended participation that inState DR. R. S. AKERS.DENTIST i .

F. F A Day in Tampa Feb. WITH
B be begun.
The program following the bus! .
ne- meeting was a Christmas Office Hours: Ia.on.to5P.soSundays \ New Labor Saving Machine
question box under the direction of : I U II
George Wingale with Cecil Parker, Closed Saturdays :
F C Stevens, Earle Uytong

Lynn Gowdy. Eugene Ingram andJ Free Parking Space [ SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY i OFFER
L King. Jr.. participating at
two teams The team making the 1TM V. W. urn 8T. :MIVM1 Reg.
largest score were given specialservice PHONE Z-J1J1 CARWASH
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of refreshments after the '
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50c $1.00
meeting by the losing team which
also did the clean-up act follow-
ing the refreshment Leonard ". HasLin VALUE
Refreshments consisted of 'llriix to ... Ei.. ..-
eunch prepared by the refreshment rDr.r_.. ul l..*Mi ofGLASSES
(<'mm.ttee for the occasion 1 with purchase of

then present besides those M B. Flaw .. MJ.... PIa.
named above were Rex Romaine, Completely. AIr CMdiu..d MARFAK LUBRICATIONINCLUDING
Ertil Lee Reid \\' 'sonc. Phillip h C+a..M.t x.-. .JIfi
Reams and John LandrumWe I
adjourned at 9 43 READ THE WANT-ADS
Thoroughly Lubricate Tour .
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-TithUn Bumper Bolls and r.Squeaks.
75c S.--Check Battery, Remove Corrwdon Apply Prnf'Mh'e.
4.-Black *a Tire and Running Bovds.
5.-\snum or Brash rpholsteryJnspert .
'. and properly Innate Tatra7.heck
IN APPRECIATION Transmission and Differential

SArSFACTIOX GUARANTEED FREE PICK-UP DELIVERY


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'e wish to thank our patrons for the kind-
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Friday, December 27. 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pure Three- ;

known here it survived by three Funeral Services Held ((19 years ago to engage in farming Familiar Leagwage I
CHARLES COX TOMANAGEGOULDS I en, Walter and Gaston Huntleyof Sunday for W. C. Smith'He leave. a son, A. J. Smith of A little girl I from Belgium had
Hollywood, Mrs James Fitzpatrick :Miami, and a daughter In Haydenvllle. *- listened in vain for a familiar
of Miami and Mrs M. D. Mass.Funeral .
voice. Suddenly the heard: a dog
Walter Clifford Smith, 83, retired I
I Almond of Wadesboro. a son Wm. farmer who had been bedridden services were held at bark WIth delight she exclaimedin
Polk of Baltimore: and two broth for ,3.30 p, m Sunday in Palm Cemetery ( French:
three died Saturday
GROWERS HOUSE'era. Walter and Gaston Huntleyof at his home years off Longviewroad at Naranja, with the Rev J I I "Oh mamma the dogs talk Just
Wadesboro near Mow).. J. Richards officiating Turner like they do In Belgium'--Yellow
I Funeral Home had charge of ar- I Strand
Born Mr
In Ellington, Conn.
Chat. Cox for many years manager I
of Silver Palm Citrus Growers W. A. Mitchell Taken Smith came here with his familyIn :rangementaIDR.M.A.BERUEK II I '

Association at Redland hat accepted By Death Mississippi I I Frwnpl. Courteous Serviceat
the position of manager of a Miami hospital after an .illness --
Gouldi Growers, Inc.. it was announced W A. Mitchell, father of Mrs of eight eeks. the
by Luther L. Chandler Ivan Moser and Mrs J C Vann, of She was born :in Sweden\ came
-i: president of Could Growers, yesterday Homestead and Mrs V O. Rohrer to the United States 40
years ago SINCLAIRService
) He takes the place made|,of Miami, died at his home in ,land moved to this section tw. Dentist
vacant by the resignation last Shaw Miss after a long illness I years ago She lea es two brother
summer of Tom Torbert. who is Mr. Mitchell, who was 70 years :Oscar and Emil Presto of Chicago Office Hours 8:30-4:30
now field manager for American old was an oil company agent and land a sister, Mrs Martha Nelson of StationJohn
fruit Growers In the Lake Okee- retired railroad man. He came to I Silver Palm. First National Bank
chobee area. Homestead In 191J with his family
Mr. Chandler said that his organization and spent several years here. I p. Funeral m. today services at Turner will be held Funeral at 2 Building: E. Davis Prop.
started picking and He survived his widow.
by I Home, and burial will take placein S. KTMM AT. Pk*** 111*
packing tomatoes yesterday from Fannie, six daughters. Mrs Vann Woodlawn I Oren Erenlan by A'po4iiU.eel
one of his 40-acre tracts on the and Mrs Moser, Mrs Rohrer, Mrs' C4meteryliaml I
East Glade. J. W, Carpenter of Canton, Miss,
No official announcement has and Dirs. Geo. E. Frazier, and Miss I 1 1I 1I
been made by Silver Palm Citrus Mary Elizabeth Mitchell of Shaw:I
Growers as to Mr. Cox's succes- one son, W A. Mitchell, Jr. of
sor, but it was learned that W. M. Shaw and 11 grandchildren I '
Crow, an employee of the ajuocla- Mrs Moser and Mrs Rohrer left
tion since 1934 I Is acting In that Saturday to attend the funeral i
capacity at present. I services which were held Monday a


Free Methodist Church To Hold Services Today t' BEST WISHES

Has Christmas ProgramThe For Mrs. Naomi Franzen


Christmas !Mrs Naomi Mathilde Franzen
of the
program 61, of Silver Palm died Tuesday I
Free Methodist Church in Florida
City was held on Christmas Day ';. ': For Your Happiness
and at Its close gifts were distrib : :
uted.

The program numbers were IF IT'S W \a In the New Year
song "Joy to the World": prayer. i
Elizabeth Brooks Scripture reading -I I '
Jeredean Tambljn: dialogue
"A Greeting, Wanda and Margie ROOFINGWOE
Cook: "What Mother Hope f', '
Daniel Morton: dialogue Alfred, I \
Cook and six from prImary clan Ir t Your patronage through the ,cars past ;in oidence ;-
recitation "There Is Love '. Jack 1 I
Mead: motion song Carolyn> r
\\ of the confidence haH in
Cook, Curtis Gooding Jeredear : I I \ you our organization -
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Timblvn Christine Button L- 1

rena Odum Margie Cook di.- and wetrut we may continue our same
logue. Jeredean Tamblyn. Chrt-t.-I
ire Sutton: recitations .
Morton, Bert Cook Carolyn Cook,I I I J amicable relationship. for many ears to come.
Genevieve Cline, Trelda Sutton: you want done let I ,
duet Elizabeth Cook and Helen .-: /
Tucker: recitation Elizabeth Cook:I I the man that knows

pageant, eight girls; song, "SIlent I
Night. how do it. No job

I too small or too big. W. D. HORNE CO.
Death Takes Motherof

Mrs. A. J. Campbell Prices right.GROVER Frank L. Skill OwneO


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Mrs A. J. Campbell returned to
Homestead Wednesday of last week
from Wadesboro. N. C. where i
BECKER
she was called .Vox 30 by the illness j
of her mother, Mrs Ella Polk.
'78 who died two week after Mrs I'I FLORIDA CITY
Campbells arrival there Phone 9118
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s IVTr :that the Word J.J made Flesh. One which she Is neither willing nor LEADER-ENTERPRISE" Page Five

j THE LEADER.ENTERPRISEI' LIBRARY FACTS I must write with one's body. CURRENTCOMMENT able to pay; ditto France's' char*. I Friday, December\')( 21, 1940 THE _
England may be willing but notable .
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I, .. .. .. author and and she want more loans .
1r 1 I noted French. pilot. \ I
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I AND FANCIESBy South American countries want
r; ........ .sad.. r.r .all .ewe" them' and China wants one.. Columnist

: Li ./.h.-.1t... IIIL,.'..1.. ... tho.ada_1h t f11."MI" at ot. MRS. J. E. GAUZENSm I! Reviewers' had many things to By AGNEW WELSH.IMMMIIMMIMMIN1"NIMMIM"IM""M Paul Mallon says that a Rcdland Rattler \ I II P THE NEW YEAR 1

.L tins I ........................... say about Glenway' Westcott's new ,, little over two decades ago we I I HAIL

I novel "The Pilgrim Hawk," but Editor1 Not.I, Up W.I.h _..._ loaned China ten and a half million '
I SIN'" ARCHER Pr..ldat..l ..4 MMiKIORIB i iI I! LIBRARY }IlOlltS all agreed It contains I complete MHfiMwtiM, MI Mi .'CoIII..M.., whfthvrihty .... dollars. and about 30 years ago DORA SCOTT aad ILA JEAN IRWIN, Editors j I \ I II _

I|I Monday. Wednesday, Thursday' course In falconry Harper's hast t with'" be kle !is opl.l arrMfn_ nt A....or....at owl variance\. American investors'. sank seven .. uu_ _____________ -- I
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'.. LEACH ARCHERILBSCKIPTIOM ----- *I-I p. m. I I letter. from a reader In Colorado ..''Ion. to .Agnew w.ih. ... eta N. Eo and a half million In bonds of t
_______..tntary. end T.wnr I Tuesday, Friday, f II$ s, m.-I p. m. who says he is I falconer and .lath I... Illomi rle. Chinese. railroad. So the estimableold Senior Class Visits BAND TO MARCH\ i
I i Saturday, P-lt a. mt 1-6 p. m. want to know about Mr. Westcott' Semi-official statement has been gentleman seems to be a fat Miami Federal Court We are proud that our school Is 19{ I
i the
In
7-> p.m.Resolve since he seems!! to know his 'stuff' made that more than 2,500, citizensof goose ripe for the plucking, most going to be represented

ti. )A, .I. Dad. c..." ______RATES____ II" Mr Westcott is quite blessed; one the U. S. are. serving in EngIlInd' any time. Orange Bowl festivities In Miami
.
11.1.11..1( Vttt C...l, _____ II.I" '. and thou art of his friends said yesterday that royal air corps .".-. .. Our senior' class took an all-day this year The band is going up to 1
free . Longfellow.. "It's all research" that he Miami on December' 31 to marchin 1
except "You can't do that" is what trip to Miami before the holidays and '. .
I Everyone' has lived' In mental once knew a lady who practicedthe It is rather strange how some' Russia meant when Germany> pro and attended the federal' district the New.. Year's Eve parade march >
Holiday Musings\ bondage from time to time when sport over' by Judge again on New Year's Day to 1 1May
j'1 I people have time.. to waste'. The. posed to send troops across Bulgaria court there presided football \
,. I he... or she' found It difficult to make It is Interesting to note that thisIs case in point Is the. person' who to aid Italy, but she couchedher .. Holland The senioes have been in the stadium"" at' the
!
By Annie Mayhew Fitzpatrick a decision. One moment he Is the first work.of Glenway West- counted them and reports' that reply In these diplomatic studying about \this court in their game I
tempted' to say, "I will", and cott' that has been; accepted since.. there government class. They saw' the II
.{ A Chrutmaii tree' a lovely thing s : are 46,227, "nnds" In, the Bible words: "Russia cannot remain I
When It is fresh and new, qualms of doubt immediately beset he wrote "The Grandmothers,," in Indifferent,," etc. Same thing only selecting of \the trial 'Jury and WINNERS: ON WlOGtAM
: da ""and. him. The thought of saying heard' several eases' presented by last
''I With Iti tinsel its 1927. During the Intervening' years It's different. In IU the English classes with i
\ And lights of every hue. "I won't", causes" mental distressfor the author has been steadily writ- The 1940 cotton yield averaged the United States district attorney) week from the first grade throughthe our hemisphere!! be bright prospects

.j. But every usage, we have found, fear he will look back with Ing, experimenting in many fields 2504, pounds an acre. Present The Florida pardon board. while they' were' there.. The pupils ninth the pupils made short for )jour happiness and prosperity I
now
+ + Each trinket makes more dear, regret but this Is the. only work that has prices run around ten cents a were disappointed, however, talks about Christmas or anything\ I:
r, :j So now we pock: them all awayTo When' the decision can no longerbe clicked with the publishers pound, so the return was about made up of the governor's cabinetthe because they did not get to seeny ', that has to do with this holiday during the coming >year.

t\ 6 use again next year. I switched back and forth but ...,,,........,"' ,,..,,,,,..,,,,...,...,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,..............., $$25 an acre to the... grower Not', ( state officials about), had thousand before' case actually tried' for all the'I The teacher chose the best speaker I
must be definitely stated. a lightness its last meeting a The .
accused pleaded guilty judge winnersspoke
', The battered little Santa Clam I I quite up to the Ohio farmers who ) from each room and these I
.. of soul descends upon the applications for clemency and did not pronounce sentence I immediately Christmas assembly STILING i
[ ids garments dim and worn He has Children in CourtBy grew 100 bushels of corn to the granted 131 leniencies, including, on our EDWARD\
ball person a buoyancy in ), but was going to have s
May rest' *! beiiidc the snow acre and got about 60 cents for it. : program.
\' |his stop that perhaps had been I 17 pardons to life termers It welcomed .,re.sentence conference with t the;"
\ (,crushed, I lagging for days or weeks, the Judge :Malcolm\ Hatflcld a the new plan, to be made accused President, Redland District Chamber of Commerce. I II

Tin II-. ,linsil coating soiled be tarnished and torn tome. I scowl has disappeared from his ,..",,,,,,,...,,..,,.....,,..,,....,...,,......,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Maybe those old Jews were not effective\ by the 1941' session of the The' seniors. also made a tour ol M r i school .seal... on them. The 'junior I I!'
t !I may face' and he is. the fellow much concerned about the "haves legislature whereby a special boardof of the largest in the
I The garlands (fade a mil ; pleasant AN EXMPLE:\ FOR OTIILRS TC I .. \the Miami Dally News building I class is one I I
that is again welcomed by his !and the "haie\ nots", though they pardons Kill\ \ be created. a; authorized and the turning out th c ,,'t,;, But they' will, make a showing I friends. However, should he.. cast I FOLLOW.The had plenty of both, but they had by the recent tate vote afternoon saw edition presses of that paper. I and it certainly. Is one of the most I _______ _______ __ ____ _____ __ ____ _____ - --0 _

'If, 1)1) I\C\ > 1 longing lingering looks upon the. Delinquency Preventior n'L In their Book of Laws 365 "don'ta"' I to so amend the constitutionI They also saw the !teletype! and I ambitious classes. I I
Christmas night :
Again next ._ _.. ;
and 248 .
he remains in 'dos' One wise modern .
past bondage!! Council of Michigan has undertaken I linotype( machine: wvnungTh "
is lovely thing Just a f few mote days before every I"' a task which should be supported Jewish writer, Rabbi Hilel, summarized I Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker ot y visited the broadcasting
A vi' 'ii too. a
Whin It U fresh and new I man woman and child has by every' social, civic. fraternal : them all into one simple aviation fame, is a bit pessimisticor loom, while they were there, and i
i. ,,1\\ from the hand of the opportunity ot making resolutions educational and religloui e I sentence: "That which thou hatest I Is he an Inspired prophet"? He Isobed Shaefer and Jack Thurston
l A gift God straight for the coming year.. Per- I group throughout the nation. to be done to thyself, do not do to states that no matter which way dedicated' their program' "" to our C

ij Into the hands of you. I haps 1940 has not been as satisfactory This organization Is the nucleui I thy fellow"-slmply another ,version 'the war American citizen Senior classMarjorie.. .

\k I, Each day la like an unsoiled page, as you would have wished :''of a committee.. whose purpose I il ilI e:. of the' Golden. .Rule i will I tao:: enjoy as many Lewis, (one e of>f the sentor -
i: All fresh and clean and white, Maybe> It was your fault or just (Ito stimulate\ parental educatioi n I liberties as he now does, also that girls went to the United States
A puge whereon, by Fate's decree. .I a case' of circumstances Whatever and leadership in the fight agains: About three' months ago Uncle. If the English hold out until next !Immigration offices in Miami during .
'. You are' compelled to write the cause there is the past I juvenile delinquency To dote, i n n 1 Sam was pressing Germany for summer we will go Into the war, the Thanksgiving holidays and -
.' Some pages will be beautiful by which to profit and the futureIn .. I conjunction with the MichigaiI I II n 1 the payment of $$16,254, .000 then Ike's reaction to this statement' is, talked with some of the officials PEACE

f Each detail"' true and clear, which anything might happen. I Society for Mental Hygienics, I I'I t due on the World War No I debt I'' Reckon that's what all this wac Mere,She made an interesting report .
While others, maybe will be I Make\ resolutions. Live up to' has sponsored a 'series' of radii of $$271500000 J. she owes us, and hullabaloo is lead in' up to.." of this visit to the tlais last .. .

I spoiled them' Look not backward with'I programs over radio station WWJ __ h_ _. .h_ __ -. teek. : -' ... .. .
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Be free 1941
'i regret through .
Detroit. and Is clearing J WORTH
With blot and blur and smear. serving as a :
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(I The year will not belong to you *. *;? house for information on delinquency .l.lge .' )Mothers ,Entertained

,t Until next New Year's Eve\ Antoine de 9sJht t Exupery. author prevention Tea '
Its not a thing that you can take,, of 'Wind.. sled and Stars", 1 in Organizations such as Klwanii At Christmas I .. : DEFENDING!
Or Just at blithely, leave' '. an interview. with,!' Dorothy Thompson Rotary), Lions V F. W?, America' l la lr lt 1. .
For when each page Is finished said: "Nobody has the right to I Legion Y. M C. A., Federate, Members .el f the wveeth grade '

.r' That year I Is yours' for aye': write a word today who does not t: Women Clubs Parent Teache' .. "" !tome economics class gave ICrisUnu
;} No thief can steal it., nor can you participate to the fullest' In the te, Clubs, juvenile courts, as well a tea for their mothers
Give that old near away. agony of his fellow human-beings, churches, newspapers' and school) during class period last week. The e1 lei
If I did not resist with my life 1 should contact Professor L J. Card t home> economics room was deco' 1 IW Va -Ile
q
1 should be unable to write. An at the. University of Michigan Am, i rated and the girls served punch
;{' The Preacher Takes Aim I what holds true for this war hal Arbor. Michigan if they cane t t o. rookies and candy that they') had

got to hold true for anything The participate in such a worthwhili / made' .' A
The preacher takes. a steady alrn\& Christian idea has. got to be served,; movement In their own locality 1 1I They also presented their' moth-
i And hurts hii words. with xfto.Ii ). en with attractive' Christmas
''i Sometimes' like' darts they pierce, wreaths made from various. trees

.it. men'f hearts' HAPPY NEW YEARMay and plants In our community
Which greatly pleases him.
Boxes decorated in art classes

I and filled with cookies they had 1 ,,,, e
r I TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS !1i" yq
f Sometimes he aims most carefully made were taken home to their
But has the wont of luck fathers
I Hm wasted arrow smoothly gild'
f h. Like water off a duck. The junior class's. rings arrived
.
it MAY THE NEW YEAR last week. We are all proud of
I &ivs John to Joe, as home' they' go. I these rings. for they' have our 1 rJ t

.,, With chuckle. of delight. i BRING YOU HAPPINESS -
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Now didn t the preacher hit Bill

Jones" AND PROSPERITY
Square In the cheat tonight!" .\ I I Tropical C Gate


And says Bill Jones to same one I ''ti '
:\ the New Year bell ,
ring out' happiness for soy nanr I '* *
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else, '* *
NOW LOCATEDIN '* '* .*
;, "I say it was a sight friends In Homestead and the Kedland District BROOKER LUMBER\ CO.
The' the preacher laid it on i
way
To John and Jo tonight"And 'W.H.BECKHAMJudge THEBORNE will towards all men" hasa.- .
Homestead, Fla. BLDG. "Peace on earth, *" good

I; so they. all go back again of the Juvenile Court. i
II To, lee their neighbors' shot-
If preachers never. missed their' N. Krene AT. significance this year t to Florida and all America.' !;

.-a mark IlABirstesd, Florid deeper

''Twould mean war like as not.

Bertha' E. Boyer' In GREETINGS f FOR A ,. .. . . ..... .... will? How Are Private Utilities' Prepared!-
Christian AdvocateS '. HAPPY NEW' YEAR ... .. .. .. ... .. Where is peace? Where good .

From current history, we are learning They have generating f facilities, cap

.. . . . . ..I how precious it peace ,-. how worth- ble of producing more than enough r re.
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.. .. . ."a". .. EXPERTBARBERING while the American way of hie ..how

.... ChiropracticKeeps 'mobr defending e quired Their Sowellworth networks of Interconnected
Vital In the United State program' ol'
reach practically
E EI NI J; defense is electric power to turn the transmission 'systems' ,
You Fit! : wheels of Industry and supply the All populated areas.e trained in
many iervices on which this country'! Their skilled organizations::

Chiropractor uses his /fOe safety and welfare' depend operation- and management ore always 3t 3tAs
THE '" HAIRCUT _...
hands only, applying I I iw part of( the great\ electric power industry ready to meet emergencies. .

them to adjust the spinal vertebrae SHAMPOO ...... lOc your Sunshine Service company e 'Their( vast resources of equipment' and
out ol an abnormal position Is proud to say that)thla country'l y pnvate capital are promptly available.

back to correct position TO ALL OURCUSTOMERS MASSAGE ...... 40c companies are ready NOW to sup Their unity of Interests assures jwnplete -,
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,d I and function By doing AND THANKS FOR lily all the power needed for national coordinated> efficiencyA /
so he relieves the pressure AND defense.

; from impinged nerves' and allows YOUR VALUED PATRONAGE BUSH'SBARBER'
the nerve force to flow
I FRIENDSHOMESTEAD ol the electric power' Industry Is another prod"'
The preparedneM .
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:MISS ELEANORE HOLFERTY IS WEDDED I JUNIOR CLUB ANNOUNCESNEW MISS EFFIE MAE WATERS BECOMES BRIDEOF

I"f{\ TO FLOYD ARPAN IN EVANSTON, ILL.I A New YEAR'S Year's EVE Eve DANCE dance sponsored -I[ ROBERT WENDELL GAUZENS SATURDAY

by the Junior Woman's Club
: of Homestead will be held Tues
,i'; Mill Eleanor :Ruth Hotterty; settia --
day in the Homestead
i daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Joseph The flower girl wore a long evening
,,. McCuUough Holferty of Goulds, while velvet frock with puffed Country Club. The marriage of Miss Effie Mae sleeves, gored skirt and high neckline -

was married to Floyd Oorden Ax- sleeves and a velvet sash that Floyd Wheatley's orchestra from Waters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i fastened in front with three
Miami will provide music for dancing
pan of Evanston, 111., Saturday et matched in color the poinsettia M. L. Water, and Robert Wendell small gold clips. Her accessories
from 10 o'clock till 2:30. No
8 30 o'clock In a candle-light ceremony -petal that abe tcattwed. : Gauzens son of Mr. and Mn. J. I were of navy blue and her'corsagewas
reservations will be taken and I
In Levers Memorial Chapel Mrs. Holferty wore a grey-blue E. Gauzeni, was solemnized Saturday made of white rosebud.
tickets will be sold at the door
in Evanston. Dr. Emory Luccock, gown' with embroidered Jacket, afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. Miss Barnes wore an aquamarinefrock
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pastor of the First Presbyterian a hat of matching blue velvet anda only John's Episcopal Church. The with black accessories.The .
Mn. T. J. Walker and Mrs. Ed-
Church in Evanston, performed corsage of rubrum lilies. Mrs.' Rev. R. F Blackford, rector of the bride came to Homestead
J the double ring ceremony beforean Nora Apron, mother of the bridegroom -' win the dance.McGarrah are co-chairmen of church, performed the ceremony. 'with her parents from South Mia-

altar decked with white, gladioli : wore a cerise velvet gown Only relatives and close friends mi two and one-half years ago,
........... .. .
and he was graduated from Homestead
and evergreens.Included velvet flower hat and a corsage of -'"--- were present

I ; in the prenuptial music rubrum Wies. The Calendar The altar was decorated with High School last spring.

wu a King, "A Dream Come After the ceremony a receptionwai I -.........,..-....,.........."...........- pink and yellow gladioli. The bridegroom came to Homestead -
True", composed by Prof. William held at Hotel Orrington in with his parents nine ;years
Dec Installation of officers Miss Louise Barnes was mald-of-
1 Evanston. One hundred ago from St. Augustine. He was
,1 Bailey of Stetson University, a guests
of Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S. honor and Joseph Gauzens, brotherof Homestead
graduated from High
friend bride. "Because"
of the
were present
Dec. 30-Called meeting of the bridegroom, was best man.
"Calm left School in 1937 and he is now a
Ishe The for
and Night" were I couple by plane Woman's Club of Homestead.Dec. The bride was given In marriageby
played also. Washington D. C, and for New !
r 30-Holiday party of Red- her father.
I' The bride was given In marriageby York, where they are pending the
I land Woman's-Society of Christ- She attired in
j was charmingly a stationed
her I
father Her sistyt Mrs.Miller holiday I
Ian Service.
'j Cross of Chicago, was matron I II I For traveling, Mr*. Arpan selected Dec. 31-New Year's dance given soldier blue crepe street length I
I of honor. The bridesmaids a wine ilk ensemble with frock with three-quarter length '
by Junior Woman's Club In
were: Mrs Frank Brunton of New gray Norwegian hair seal coat and Homestead Country Club.

York; Miss Virginia Burch of Tulsa black accessories.They Jan. 3-Dinner party of Junior MRS. GOLDIE WOLFE cello", Ind. She is a past president

'.:. Okla., Miss Jane Becket of will reside at 111 Maple Co-ed Class. WEDS JAMES McCREADYMrs I I of the Woman's Club of Home

Wilmette 111., and Miss Beverlee avenue, EvansVm. Jan. Meeting of Woman's Goldie Wolfe and James S. stead and a past district deputy
Cash of Evanston, The bride one of the most popular
McCready were married Sunday
Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal
Jean Boose of LaOrang 111. i of Dade County taught president of the Rebekah" She
V girls 1 Church. morning at 10 o'clock by the Rev.
'f a cousin of the bride, was flower in Homestead Junior High School Jan. Meeting of Jennie Lob- Oeo. H. Ricks pastor of the Home- has been an active member of Lib-

girl last year and previously to Perrine: dell Circle with Mn. Goo Barnes. stead Presbyterian Church. The erty Rebekah lodge, of the South

'\ Roy Arpan, brother of the bride- Junior High School. A graduateof Jan. Meeeting of Homestead ceremony was performed In the Dade Garden Club and other local

i. groom, was beat man. The ushers Redlaad High School, she received ; WPA art class In Chamber of Commerce new home of native rock which club She is secretary and treasurer -
were: John Field of Evanston, M A. B. decree from the building at 2 and T p. m. Mr. McCready Hat built for his
I Frank Brunton et New of William and Mary tat Ol South Dade Cemetery
York College I Jan. Meeting of Garden Club bride M N. E. Thirteenth street
James Schlmk! of Gary, lad, and WlUunaburg.Va., and*n A. M. degree i with Mrs. Roy Matthews. ,- Mr..'and Mn. Thomas Ruffle ofWlttemfl' Association and maintain *A office

j 1 Lloyd Canzbom St. Joseph U Journalism at Northwesten -I Jan. Business meeting et ...' MichMd Mrs. A. W. .t Palm Cemetery in Ntflaftja.

I Mid 111 .-&t). She to a member' Junior WMbant Club of Homer' Jones ot Home**** witnessed the I McCready; has been ****dinf

I The bride wore a heavy white of Chi Delta Phi national lit stead. ceremony. his winter! in Homutnd.w.Uiepast ,

crepo gown ia* loned 11th long erary honorary sorority. She Jan.. -Meeting of B. P. W. C. at Th<' bride ware/en aquamarine It years.. His summer home
sleeves pointed at the wrist, formfitting taught Journalism.during the past Spam. gown with white accessories and is in Standish,-Micb. .He is a member

bodice and long tram. At two summers at Northwestern Jan. 7-Meeting of Woman' Society 8 corsage of pink gladioli. of the I. O. O. F., '

f the v-fiecklme 1 was a platinum and and is now on the faculty of the of Christian Service. Immediately after the oeretnony, Mr. and Mrs' ilcCready enter

diamond pin, the gift of her mother National JourrOTHm Institute at Jan. 8-Meeting of Book Review Mr.: and Mrs. McCreafly! left on a talked theweddingparty eat a
A full length veil of tulle was Northwestern .Last winter she I Dub in the library at 8 p. m. short trip. Christmas dinner in their new

caught to. her bead by a coronetof was a memberJvlthe advertising Jan. 13-Monday Music Club Mrs. McCready came to Homestead home. Mn. Hannah Grinnell also

i orange blossoms and she carried staff of radios on WQAM in meeting at home of Mn. Lee H. It ;years ago from Monti- was a guest.
a shower bouquet of gardenias Miami. Shean active memo Lehman

:} and white pompoms.The ber of the University Club of Jan. M-Business meeting of

matron of honor wore a Homestead and last year served Homestead Woman's Club at 3:00: 1HeYEAR
white crepe gown made with long as chairman of the Lily Lawrence o'clock at club house. pjkU

; sleeves and a gold-studded girdle Bow Book Review Club Jan. 17-Meeting of HomesteadArt tt N / .
belt. She wore a white turbant The bridegroom U an assistant Club at home of Mrs Alex ,

t carried pomsettias professor of journalism at Northwestern "",mlnra.

I The bridesmaid were dressed In University and director of Jan. 22:-Dade County Federa-
aqua taffeta gowns made alike the National Journalism Institute. tion of Woman's Clubs meeting ..." .... UU.. ,"Ia '''f; 'u.. .., '

I with fitted bodice, square neckline He received A. B. and A. M. degrees Homectetd.IIICKSON .
and long fitted sleeves and at Northwestern and he is a
they wore matching taffeta Ju- member of Sigma Delta Chi nat- DIXIE DRUGJACK i

liet cabs They, also carried poin- ional Journalism fraternity FAMILY HAS I
REUNION DINNER PARTY POLKHomestead HOWARD JOHNSON 1
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Mr. and Mn. J. R. Hickson ofN..aJ. Fla. Phones SO and 8101
MRS. R. E. SHERARD GIVES CHRISTMAS
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entertained wjth a dinner ". -
t PARTY FOR MEMBERS OF JUNIOR CLUBThe and family relll1oIat their home OirWtnts It and New Year It Jast khaul. Start the New
Christmas Day. Tear right r.in :t do your shopping at the Resell DrugStore
pa-;;;;- Present were: Mr. and Mrs. J. MM e*..* Get the special votes.the low puree. the
1 f annual Christmas dy Mrs. Virginia Walton, Mr*. E. L. Hickion Mr. and Mn O. V. fin_* quality. of.Recall ... that only. tile JUaall Store

T I the Junior Woman's Club of Homestead I A. Buchanan Mn. Stanley Witt- Kirby of Miami. Mr. and Mn
kop, Mn. Fletcher Bryant, Mr*. 9 ltf
Irvin
Perkins of Buffcta, N. Y,
; was held Monday night at Robert Glenn, Jr., Mn. O*. H.
'I Mn. O. F. Ekey of Lake Worth SMF MES
I the home of Mn. R. E. Sherard. Fitzpatrick, Mn. T. J. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hickson, Mn DRUG ftj

: Mr*. James L. Bird won the door Mn. Edwin McCamX Mr*. Her- S. M. Hickson of Bedley, Va, Miss E

I received I bert Turner Mrs. Augustus Wynn, Dorothy Hickson of Fort Myen,
I Mn. F. B. Greene Mn. Ansel
L' Min Amy J* Kirby and Jack
Mn. Sberard presented each Barrow, Mn. V. S. Caves, Jr, Kirby ot Miami David Perkins ot

...a guest with a handkerchief, and I Mn. Harold Oxford Mn. Rnnls, Buffalo Landon Hickson and Joe NAPPYNU'Ys
AND
gift were exchanged by the members I Mn. Bird. Miss Pearl Whitaker.I Jr, Edward John, Richard, Blair, PROSPEROUS ,
I Miss Elleif Huff, Miss Geraldin Sam and Ana Hickson.
i Present were: Mn Burley Dan- I Reitz and the hostess

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W. S. C. 8. ENJOYS I Mrs. H. M. Brown Mn. Virgil SAY

CHRISTMAS PARTY Lyon Mn E. F Mix Mn Pearls I I L:; WIN'TER'SPR

The annual Christmas party of Bryant, Mn Earl Pacetti Jr. NEW l: I HANDS /arm

the Woman's Society of Christian Mn Vivan Booth Mn George ANp RAW WINDS
Service of the Homestead Methodist Smith Mn. Selma Reitz Mn O.I YEAR SKIN

I Church was held Friday evenIng L. Showalter !Mn. Jason Avery,
7.A Give skin the rotectioa of Ilasol.K .
in the Sunday school building I Misses Antionette Helen and Sue!' WITH your face and hands soft, smooth and

Mix J. A. McNeill! had charge of Moye, Miss Nella Souls and Miss lopBANGI lass lovely, May too, use it after ahaeiag.
.' the arrangements Jennie Lobdell. '"\
s Mn. J. D. Redd and Mn. Lewis

Brandenburg played as piano duets SERVICE LEAGUESINGS P.59LWAS
several Christmas carols Mn. L. CAROLSThe

Q. Dodd won the prize in a picture Young People's Service Deep lasting waves of exquisite
advertising content and Miss lov.Wn, with Therrnkjue, the
Mary McNeill], the prize m a radio League of the St. John's Episcopal heatertan method Cool, TAM ''H 'S '
slogan contest. Church spent Sunday evening safe comfortable I ,
lining Christmas carols athe
Gifts were exchanged home of Mn Fred Link. Ask for(1huk
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Present betides those named 2.29
Those attending were: the Rev _
were: Mn. J. E. Davis Mrs. J U.
and Mrs. R. F Blackford. Mrs W. s BOND and 30 ONE'A-D\Y A k D
Free Mrs. H. L. Heath. Mrs H. ...Z3;
E Rhen y, Mrs. Geo. N. Wake- EVEREADYFLASHLIGHTS
M. Gibbs, Mrs- Mollie Wlngate.
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field Mist Grace Butterf1 ld, Vara 2,69
Mrs. E. It CapUneer Mn Dan AL"nil
and Anne Rheney, Ardel Parman
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Mrs A. S. Barbara Wakefield Doris Singleton .
Mrs. Casper Williams
Moye, Mrs E. E. Atkinson Mrs. Ernest and George Jenner, ALICE'S BeAUTY From 1'1. mail Potency
Wilson Austin and Frank Haus-
Atka Anderson Mrs, Geo Ramon, PARLOR 49c C'ODLI"R OIL 1.50
Mrs. E. A. Eaker !ol... J. J. Richards man. 11-14 Mr(-..... Arr.4.
Mn. Lloyd Field, Mrs Carl Allf ......"'. O-Mr4>M..lw Pt A.a" with

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MISS ELINOR PAYNE TO BECOME BRIDE

OF ARTHUR REAMS\ OF WASHINGTON, D. C.II

Social Events I I:!
I The engagement of Miss Elinor i'tonal Bank of Homestead from '
Shields Payne, a former teacher'Panama City. She was graduated
with honors English from Florl
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I da State College for Women Duning j i
:thur Arnold Reams of Washington her college careei the was i

MRS. MARGARET H. DANIEL MARRIES D. C., is being announced by the i a member of the freshman commission '
VA.I mother of the bride-to-be, Mrs. A. chairman of the lunlor I'
CHARLES OTIS OF WILLIAMSBURG, A. Payne of Homestead. minstrels, business manager of the
I The marriage will take place I Distaff, president of Delta, Delta, I,
some time this winter. Delta sorority and I member of I
Mrs. Margaret H. Daniel a bride and bridegroom standing un- Miss Payne was sponsor of the Beta Phi Theta and Phi Kappa
teacher of Redland School, and der an arch. Mrs. Rudolph Goss- junior class and English and Psl, honorary fraternities
Charles H. Otis of Willlamnburg, man served the cake, and Mrs. dramatics teacher at the Redland Mr Reams If a brothel of Ex.I
Va., were married Christmas Day Robert Lance presided at the punchbowL school and a charter member of consul Reams who represented
at 4 o'clock at the home of Mr. the University Club. She Ii now II the United States in Copenhagen
and Mrs. Dan Williams In HomeStead The guests were: Mr. and Mrs studying for her masters degreeat He was graduated from George II |
The Rev. J. J. Richards, :J L. Burton, Mr and Mrs C A George Washington University, I Washington University where he
pastor of the Homestead Methodist Williams 1 Mr and Mrs Kenneth :In Washington, D. C. Miss Payne was a member of Sigma Alpha
Church, performed the ceremony. I Sessler, Mr. and Mrs. Cowman came to Homestead with her mother Epsilon fraternity. He n now
The house was decorated with ,Mr and Mrs. Lance, Mrs. Kenneth and her father the late Mr. 1 connected with the Guy-CurranI I
pink and white gladioli, pink and I Sessler, Jr., Mrs Lydia Payne, president of the First Nat- I Co., In Washington. i t
white asters and ferns The cere- Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gossman'j) I

mony was performed before the Miss Barbara Williams I REUNION DINNER IS Mrs. W. B. Caves, Mr and Airs I,
fireplace which was decorated with I Mr. and Mrs. Otis left for 81 I HELD AT MATIIIS HOME A R Me>bem, Mr and Mrs Chas I
gladioli and ferns honeymoon trip to Williamsburg''I A reunion dinner was held I C: Turner, Mrs R: G Moon. Mr I I

The bride wore a simple royal' Va. Christmas Day at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Deitz, Mis Gen W TUrnl'r.\\
blue velvet street length frock The bride has lived in the Red- B L. Mathls in Princeton. i I Jr., Mrs. Herbert Katz.
made with short puff sleeves anda land District for the past fifteen I II Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. I hns, Mrs. Schneider and Misss
flared skirt. The low neckline I years and has taught the fifth I Roy Brant of Canal Point and i i Esther and Helen Livingston
showed to advantage a strand of grade In Redland School for sever-1 I their children Francine and Ron- I 'VEEXTEND
pearls. Her hat was a pink tur- I al jears She attended the University -:ny; the Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence I CHRISTMAS PARTY HELD
with blue of Florida and received a I Mathii of Arcadia
ban a finger-tip length and their child. AT PETERSON HOMEA :
veil. Other accessories were of I degree from the University of Miami ,ren, Lawrence and R' B.; Mr. and Christmas dinner party was I

pink. and her corsage was madeof I Mrs. Jesse Underwood and children held at the home of Mr and Mi
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pink rosebuds. Mr. Otis. Is a nephew of Mr. and : Jerry and Allen Mr and Mrs. Walter Peterson in Goulds \\'ednesOay I,
A reception followed the wed- Mis H L Burham who spend the I Albert Watson: Mr and Mrs Phillip :
ding ceremony The wedding cake I winter In Nnranjn He Is a commissary Mathls and ton: Theo, Mr and I I
raids md
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was topped with a miniature agent. Mrs. Ralph Mathls and children, guests played
Betty Jo and Billy; Misses Bertha !croquet and exchanged girts. TO YOU
and Marie Mathis and Mrs Mathis. Mrs. Peterson was assisted b\
I H. H. S. SENIORS AND JUNIORS HAVE I Mrs. Edwin Black, Mrs. Roy Unit

CHRISTMAS PARTY IN LEGION HALL 'A called tenwyler Mrs. Russell Hamms and
meeting of the Woman'sClub I Mrs Harold Schneider I
-- of Homestead will be held at I I Those present were: Mr and OUR
|13 o'clock Monday afternoon In the Mi and
Mrs. John AVIttenwyloi
The seniors and juniors of the evening and ice cream and ,club house to make plans for themeeting I
Mrs. Martin Flrod all of Oregon
Homestead High School were given cookies were served before the I of the Dade County Fed-I l I
Wis, and Mi and Mi.- Ray Schneider -
a Christmas party Monday Christmas gifts were distributed ,eration of Women's Clubs in Homestead Mr. and Mrs RoV .tten- I BEST '
night In Legion hall by the room Mrs. Frank Rue, Mrs. A. E. on Jan. 22,
wyler, Mr. and Mrs Harold
mothers of the two classes. Paul and Mrs. Ben Archer assist ,
Schneider Mr. end Mrs Ray
Bingo and dancing provided en- ed with the bingo and Mrs. Rus- 'II
I lAD ASTRA CHAPTER HOLDS I Schn ider, Mr. and Mrs Black.
tertainment. sell Anderson presided at the "
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY Mr. and M!'t. H mms. Leo Schnei
Punch served all bowl
was during punch "
I WISHES
The annual Christmas party of der, Wilmer 'Jensen. Warner .
Ad Astra Chapter of the O. E. S. Chandler of Or**' ,fT"\Vis; .. Bobby
MR AND !MRS J. D. REDD that the Christmas cards sold by I was held Friday evening in the Black and Mr. and b..rs Peterson I -
GIVE CHRISTMAS DINNER I members have netted $8.SS and I. O. O. F. hall after the regular I
Mr. and Mrt: J. D. Redd enter- that returns are not all In. I business meeting Mrs. Frank FOR
tained at dinner Christmas Day at The club decided to have an exhibit Schneider, worthy matron, gave a i C.J.BRO\VNCO.\ I
their home. of citrus products at the I report of the year s work. Mrs. R.j I I
Covers were laid for: Mr. and Orange Blossom Festival this year W Mullins gave several readings I
Mrs. Carl Anderson Mr. and Mrs and to have work meetings on Jan about Santa Claus, and Miss Esther Refrigeration'Sen ice
J. A. Daugherty, Mr. and Mrs. Carl 28 and 29 to make products for Livingston also gave Christ- i I AVERY
Tweedell, Miss Ilene Fay Anderson the festival. mas readings. i
,Marion Anderson and Mr. and Miss Eunice Crady gave a short Toy gifts were exchanged that Electrical
Mrs. Redd.REDLAND. talk on making Christmas decorations -(later were taken to the county i
for the table. children home at Kendall. ContractingCAVES !
CLUB TO HELP; Readings were given by Mrs. Ice cream and cookie* were
AT COUNTY LUNCHEON: Carter, Mrs. Hastings, Mrs. Lair erved. BLBGKOHZSTKAD .
A committee to assist with the and Mrs. Scott. A round-robin I Among those present were: Mr, PHONE M4
luncheon of the Dade County Christmas card was written and and Mr>. Edw. Norman, Mr and
Council of Home Demonstration sent to Mrs H. J. Armstrong, a Mrs A. R. Livingston Mr and i
Cubs| at its meeting on Jan 31 In member who Is Ul at her home. I HAPPY
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Homestead was appointed at a Christmas punch and cookies
meeting of Redland Home Demonstration were served.Present I
Club Friday in Redland besides those mentionedwere
Community Church. On the committees : Mrs. J, D. Wyrang, Mrs.'
are Mrs A. D. Brannon, Seymour Dane Mrs. J. H. Singer, PROOF!
Ma W. W. Hastings Mn Chas Mrs A. W. January, Mrs. A.E. NEW
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Lair, and Mrs. J Lawrence Scott. Barnes Mrs M. A. Baker:.Mrs.
Mri E. A. Carter announced J. G. Gopp and Mrs E. F. Ray,

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Typewriting Partnership IndividualBeginners' TURNER


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Business Law Cost Accounting

BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR I Business English Auditing

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22 TEAMS: PLAY .-
Favors Contest School Gives ProgramAt a
This year there have been 22
For School Beautiful teams organized In basketball and "White Christmas"Instead FOR RENT sale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewing,
19 N. E. BUt at. Homestead.
US boys are playing basketball
The Student Council has decided FOR RENT-By week or month, (*16tf).
to sponsor I school beautiful During each period that the boys of our regular assembly in Povernlr, large room with
campaign. There will be posters play they play for seven minutes last week we had on Friday I II adjoining bath. Phone 568J. OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves
and play twice.
and there will also be I contestIn "White Christmas" on the outdoor (d8) from $1 up. Virgil Lyon.
While I
they are not playing bas A
stage. representative from each
the homerooms to select the I s27lf)
most beautiful room. The students ketball they can play any of these't,room presented i basket of food FOR RENT-Small] house, partly
sports: horse shoes, ping pong, i for the Christmas Cheer. furnished FOR .
will cooperate In this project. near Seaboard Sta. SALE Tropical plant, cH
The contest will be judged by outsiders outside basketball box hockey and Christmas carols were sung and,I Adam J Ennis (pd 27)) rue tree and tropicat fruit In
The council secretary will paddle wall tennis. After Christ- I playlet, "The Birth of Jesus" season. Jungle Grove Redlsmd

write to Miami High for their mas they will start playing bad- and poems were given I FOR RENT-Clean, all electric road and Plummet drive.MISCELLANEOUS.
school beautiful minton and volleyball. -Mary Jo Close. furnished apartment, with fireplace -
program. -Dorothy Sullivan. I Mrs. Eva Collins Federal -
Assembly of students was held
Highway' Driveat
Biscayne
Friday morning in front of the
TO KEEP SCRIP BOOKS municipal park. I Modcllo n22lf
building for the flag salute. At The Cub-Scratchers will keep Mrs. Edwards' room decoratedfor ) Real Estate leans

this time there was a bugle call scrap books of all the things which Christmas with I border of,I FOR SALE LOANS TO BV1LD MODERNIZE! .
and the raising of the flag by a Santa Clauses REPAIR Residential Grove
we put in the paper this year We around the room.
Boy Scout. are very fortunate in having :Mrs On the bulletin board were specimens 'FOR SALE-Good plow mule. and Business Pi perty
-Kathleen Freeman. Gee cooperate with us in makingthe of the children's hand writing I Cheap for cash. Curtis Lee, From $30 to S3.000-fiom, 6 mo. to

books. There will be differentones I H.ilnlm Drive, Goulds, Fla. pd 27 : vears
I! H. II. S. Holds Its First selected from time to timeto Jimmy Watson of Mrs. Thurman's | X Down Pavment-Xo Red Tape

Big Basketball ParadeThe collect the clippings and put room brought a miniature $10. down and $10 monthly, full SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
them in the book. manger set which helped the child- price $230. bud s 9 acres on west $200 for 36 mo.-Repay $639 mo.

first home game in basket- -Edna Forte. ren to understand the Christmas I side Richard road 860-ft northI $300 for 36 mo.-Repay $13.97 mo.
ball was celebrated by having a story better. The children enjoyed I I of Mowry drive. U & N. Lich- $1.900 for 60 mo.-Repay $3290:

parade villa all the Homestead I JUNIOR HIGH NEWS the new jumping rope they now tenberg, Congress Building, mo.Ask

junior and senior high school Mrs. Lester Lawrence and Mrs. have I Miami for FREE Estimates

classes participating Each room Ceo L. Murray the grade-moth Miss Ray's class Ic sorry that Its FOR SALE-Used oil and electric ithout Obligation
had different displays. pair of We also have F H.A. LOANS for
I ers of Mrs. Rutland's room are to goldfish died, and it has stov'es. Smith-Grav Furniture -
The seniors started off with I decided to stick to fish. New Homes pa.vaUe monthlyover
a give I wiener roast for the eighth canal Thai i Co. (d3tf)
mule and wagon and ended up I I grade boys at the Future Farmers' I children gave a Christmas playlet | 20-23 vears
with the latest model automobile. Club House. In the auditorium and repeated it EXCELLENT PURCHASE New Let us supplyour BUILDING

It was to show how the Homesteadteam I I The grades throughout the junior I for the P. T. A. I 5-room house with 2'j acres. NEEDS. Prompt Service.
has progressed as to the num- high school I A big Santa Claus made of card House never occupied: bath J1ROOM.K LUMBER (0., INT. e
ber of games it has played. The last week by different were teachers assembled to board was In Mrs. Hood's room. I toilet I electric 1 light, reduced t o Phone 62 Homestead, Fla.

juniors had a tractor decorated In bring to class facts, poems and The children made Christmas gifts|] $1.800 Terms $1,000 cash, bal- WANTED
green and white. They also had I stories ('oncermnlthe observanceof In Mrs. Cooper's room was a''I ance $123 per year for S yearn:
the class form the border Interest 8':<. No roaches termites
to letters H H. Christmas in the United States showing the approach of' no TUTORING WANTED: high
S and march through town in the and foreign countries. the Wise Men to Bethlehem. I I I iyoJl bed bugs Better' act school and grade school subject
form of these letters. I The children made Christmas A. Cnmoron Home-
I -AIda Connor. Mrs H. J. Armstrong, A. B,
The sophomores carried comic decorations for the room and fori I I stead. Phone 2. (d6tf) Plummer drive and Country

posters of each player and a car the tree. The pupils have just begun !' Club
PHYSICAL ED NEWS CHRISTMAS E plants and road.
decorated with green and white new language booklets on a'
The girls' physical ed classes I young tropical almond trees
Mrs. Murphy's freshman class from 9-12 started tennis last week whole unit of punctuation. for sale. Also cuttings of purple CLEAN RAGS WANTED Will
wore green and white dunce I The fifth and sixth grade girls' exchange subscription or advwtislng -
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cops The seventh and bougaim iltea. Mrs. N. G
eighth
; grades made dolls] from rolls] of 1'I I I
and the front row carried the let- started paddle tennis.; paper put Ball, 13 N E. Eighth St. for clean rajs. Leader
ters spelling team. bright colored crepe paper dresses I Entcrprbe.
The Pep club made
I up some new I on them and painted their faces. 'ABOUT
|; a 10-roomhouse, celled
Mr. Blackburn's freshman pyramids for the between ; ,
class game PALL thr Defendant thtrrln
The boys of these made named l< a
grades : throughout, bath, toilet, wired
had a stuffed horse's head with the i Miami Edison and Homestead. I resident I of a Hale ?r country other than
dogs out of for the State of Florida,
paper. electricity but not connected and u> the heat of
letters "We're way ahead cheering -Annabelle Peters. I Plointift'e knowledie and n nartlrtilarifM I
Mrs. Fifield's class studied Christmas -I nice lawn, big ban* with cement
for Homestead" I the name li known to the Plaintiff, the
poems. Her science classes floor, some pumping, machinery; reftidrnre of the Defendant I I. In ..... nf
The eighth grade girls were : ELEMENTARY: NEWS {studied the poisonous and non also about six acres old grapefruit Mr.. VS Ohio Pull. 42P| Coill.nt Utreet. rle>l,,
land : mil that said] Defendant l loirr la
dressed in green and white with Miss Jackson's pupils went to poisonous snakes and the students 2 acre seedling, avocados, the tier of ment., n. >ran. It U
t girl in a wagon all bandaged up Monkey Jungle during their half- have already drawn the four kindsof 2 acres cleared Priced $3,900 Defendant therefore nnlrnil be and he that I. "her,'.1 I..b non-...lil.nt
required to
to represent Miami Beach and another holiday Friday. They came back poisonous snakes which are I' Make me an offer Owned by appear to the Hill ..f C.mplalnt> filed in
girl running along beside in time for the parade, and afterwards found in the United States an estate. II. A. Cameron aid MUM on or bef,.,. Monday, the Hh'
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her to represent Homestead. The had refreshments in the I -Cla l e Dodson. Homeiu..d. Phone 72. (d6lf), llmtltm, "f Mid >'HI oil bo taken ai
rest of the class had : I cot,tenant h >aid, tlrfrndant
of _
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each i! FOR S..LE-Small house furnished ....
basketball
player's '
name. puMUhrd "'"* a k frr fur rotuerutlrowefkd
$1,000; $200 down, and $1!3 In Th. Leader.Frinirlt. a niuirai. -
The eighth grade boys had only a month with 6'r interest. Call i .
twelve of the boys in the parade. L. 0. Hall at Berger residence. Thin,Or I em1.,1,,,MI <". .UfCircuit
I The rest were marching with the GREETINGS (n29tf) r r' I r %TttERMAN.C .
band or with the Boy Scouts Three .ro. ( Ir.'alt U..rt.I .
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posters were carried by the boys. |AFRICAN VIOLETS 23c, 50c ,I urputo ('I..k.J. .
The posters were to show that all TSc. Mrs. Fred Fuel... Roberts ".,, t1, N.. ",. F
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were behind the team "Pull for Rd. Pd20 I iDei t. i' 'i -- 141, Jan. 3, '41)
the Team" "Boost the School," I
"Boost the Team," "Boost Homestead 4_ FOR SALE-Good used electric

." The last was "Future Vanity y stove, cheap. Virgil Lyon : Lei GARLIC Help Fight
(n3-tf)
of 1945.
t+N Harmful Colon Bacteria
The seventh grade girls had RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for,
.td aorta f HarKfvl baatarta ..a...M..
two dolls trucking and two biddies I ..... wuU matter la year .*.- war .beuo.lna
which LEGAL NOTICES ,." sadsales d'at..slr>f
was to
represent pecking. (T>da>h.i and 4Ioot..... Try DIABROKJr!
It was one of our school cheers," adorlaaa Garl T....... Come W
"Stop that trucking! and Susie Q I IN JinirML TUB r r.Jol'tD&ELJrilr.l1 rKh-tJ ... sat a HO triAl _aat.,
come on Homestead we're pecking FLORIDA. .. Dude Dnif.
for IN CHANCERY CM Ne. M7S-E. ,
)'ou. WE thank for I SUIT FOR DIVORCEWn
The seventh grade boys carried I you your titles Umbrr Ball., Plaintiff, nI I For results use Leader-
L. Dell'
posters and led dogs of different patronage and I Gilbert:It Mveantw ,:=:::a bill filed In tb. t; Enterprise Classified Ads:
sizes to indicate the progress of i above mated sauce *at GILbERT L.

the team.A sincerely hope the

prize of $1.00 was given to
the junior class for having the New Year will be very i : GET YOUR STATE

best display. The judges were

Mr. W R. Bird, Mr. T. E. Kirby happy for )'ou1! Driver's License

and Mr. Paul-Florence Loser. Nelson.Turner's t t


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In and AroundHomestead. :I I Hospital Friday._ HAPPY NEW YEAR ';

I I I i Richard Tuch arrived from I
: Washington Sunday night to Visit .. }
; > in Homestead with Ms tliten! .11'1. .
, : 1 Fred Redd and ten:Lena1''Knowks, -
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t ;oA; their families and in Coral Gables '
with his brother and lter-in-law CD .
s Lieut Theodore Franklin who Oconee Ga., with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Chat. T. Fuchj. Jr. ." i
> I* stationed at Fort Jackson, Columbia !Dorothy Mae, Clifford, Paul and
3. c., arrived Sunday to' Ray, are pending the holiday ,Young People's ServiceIs :
.visit his parent, Mr. and Mra P.J .' with their son and daughter-in- I ;
>; Franklin far several week : law, Mr. and Mr*. Tom Brantley. Planned........-for SundayA {

I Mr. and Mn Harry M Brown,Jr. special young people' service
)f"Xtr. sat Mr. J. Lawrence Soott' are announcing the birth of a tev- is being planned by the Homestead Mar year basket of hap/taese be aftlflewla -
,'a. of Redland hv .* holiday guest I,_ fourtetn-ounce son, Presbyterlaa Church for Sunday tag 1941
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mother
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and Mra. John B. Scott of Char- "Burled Treasure" Is the subject '
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lotto,' N. C.,, and Miami and hit chosen by the pastor the Rev
Walter Scott of PltUburg George H.: Ricks, for the worship ,
brother, : : Gordon W.lvey
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service Special number will be
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this week Mr. and Mn.
a* guests given by Dr. Carll'. Robinson,
'}J.-i) Mr. and Mrt C.. A. Carter and: Frank Illi* of Minonk, III, and organist assisted at the piano by Sipertalsadena Homestead Light and Rater Plant '
JW'their'chlldnn. Ed and Bobby, left I'' their daughter, Ada. MM Ila Jon irwin. The ;young
j 4. Tuesday for their home In Decatur, peoples' choir will ling the anthem -
'. Alii, after spending several days I Mr. and Mn Frank Webb are "Rejoice, Ye Pure In Heart,""
} with Mn Carter' parents, Mr. entertaining Mr. Webb mother, by Mesiitcr.
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t..o Allen Armstrong of Key West Mr. and Mrs Robert Bell of Red- of the worship aervtce. use Leader-Enterprise
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