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 Material Information
Title: The Homestead leader
Alternate Title: Leader
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1931
Publication Date: 1923-
Frequency: daily (except sunday)[<1926>-]
weekly[ former 1923-<1925>]
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: Vol. 1, no. 1 (June 14, 1923)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1931.
General Note: B.E. Archer, editor.
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
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System ID: UF00087295:00143
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Succeeded by: Homestead enterprise
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VOLUME VIII-NUMBER 46. HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA THURSDAY APRIL 30. 1931 PRICE FIVE CENTS .


} TIlE ANTI-PLAN BOARD i BILL, J

CONTACT MAN 'I .. Y y k' .J I '. ::1, RROTESlMADE HERE AGAINST

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TELLS OF TRIP Those who have the agricultural interests of BE WHICH WOULD ABOLISH

the state of Florida at hearttre urged to.wrteor"

wire 'Dade County's senator and representatives toy

TO MARKETS ". t" .FLORIDA STATE PLANlBOARD J
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oppose the anti-plant board Qill. \;
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I' If the plant'board should be abolished, its work I -

Westlake Says Southern Rotary Club Asks Dade's I made In Florid In I Hit. When he
would be entrusted to the state commissioner of
j, inked Oie conductor on (h. train,
Cities Anxious to Get
Legislators to Fight
I ..n Which h* was traveling to Ire
Dade Produce agriculture'thus putting it in politics. The fizzle t 4 1a,' Measure', : )f,.,*,.* t* the chances 01 "rrl>'-

Ing on tune, the man replied that
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: made by the department agriculture in enforcing -
the crew was *n busy worrying
MARKETS 25 TO 200 % OLD TARIFF BOARD
acre' the ihance foe keeping the
HIGHER THAN HERE the fruit law is indicative of what might
green HEAD INTRODUCED train on the track tfTat: they n- yet
I about the .t
thought prawlblllty
N be expected to happen to port inspections. Perhaps arriving on time
Beans Shipped by Truck Marvin to Present Plea "Florida has had many up and

! Bring $11 When $1.50 someone interested in less strict restrictions on im- at Coming Hearingon down, but ah.', etlll "n the

<> Is Miami Level track," said Mr. M.r'lntn i": portation of foreign fruits has an axe to grind. Lower Rates think *h. will reach net auf" u-
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't Everything frown on Dodo The plant board members do not receive a cent A bill to abolish tl a state plant ful The destination Rev Alfred on rtinc McDonald newpaetor

County forms can be wild through beard Introduced Into" he le*... .- of the local <'atholla'hurch.
the field to consumer bytruck of salary. The present board is composed of highly tur ett'a week by Representative and N. W Sloan liuturIan -
.: plan sponsored by the HomesteadLions Loo, *> County and lien, from Hrndereonvllle N r ,
If Club at.price rein II to 100 educated men-not a politician in the bunch. Let's of rinella. will bo met by vlftor.ou were other goosed who poki,' Music

per cent Higher than prima obtainable protest front growers and civic was provided by an archeatra front
at Miami according to W. B. see that they are kept on the job. orfanlaatlon In thin *....0'"'. The the Homestead High rVhmtl compoaed .

Weatlake, president of the Coral Homestead Rotary Club ymt..rdnr et Miss Miriam Ilurton,
Oablea Lion club who told the appointed a., commute consisting pianist: Howard Mold. still Mint
Homestead club Tuesday noon ol Doubtful of Frank Rue and Walter Nelson vtollnMr
Homestead Ball Club Unless Frances Ooreey : Angu
the results of a contacting tour to draft a resolution ctlllnt upon too Wynn and Allen West xixophonhrta J

II.; from which ho and Col, H. M. More Co-operation Given Says Hobbs Dade Count,'* cenator and representatives and Wm. Fureytli rnetlm. -
Itankhoad of the Miami Beach to do alt In their' powerto .

t' club and Prank J Power Miami --- defeat. the bill Hominess" men
curb market Inhere had just n"- and prominent growers hate Indicated
Wh th Homestead would hate
"r rinyen are not larking. Hobbs 1
turned Col. Bulkhead and l>r. their Intention of entering BLACK MEDIC IS (
a baseball club In the roonran- ..Id. With the decision t* admit
W. M. McKlbb.y, also of the MiamiBeach their Individual rroleit to Dade
Iud Florida ;East Coast League only one team from Miami Into ..
club, accompanied Mr. County'* "nl tattv. deleiratlon.
I 4 WMtlako to tho meeting. ,!able yaj way' la doubt! today ..JNo.delenf the league, this year', Homestead Use, The brought the puea- PROVING TO BE '
[if 1'sin .*xampl*. Mr. W..tIM'koelr.d fV i 'fn'MUna0 b* held eould ret several crack playerswbo e'"te (h* illthllaa'ar the club, ;
Cora In Miami and Itching for
the fact that two truckloads In Miami tonight to decide entries chance the aid that It was evident that someone FOOD
ball
a to play just for GOOD COW a
I. Of mixed vegetables sent woe after the scalps of the
? dyect and ncbedutfl. had been obtained pleamir* OC.the game.
L from Miami to Indianapolis re.rxntly plant board' member, as a bill to,
r brought ".000. a rood part up to a late hour, end *f. "Th....'* MlUhell, who played abolish the state board at control f
,fort to have the ball diamond with Lemon last ," laid ;
Of which we* reallwij from bean, put City year -whoa* membership to Identical Cover Crops Motorcade
which brought 111 a hamper It In shape by the oily had not I Hobb*. "He'e a team In hlnuelf." with that *( the plant hoard..
Indianapolis when the price In born fruit, .o Foy Hobba, team Mitchell played with the local was .Introduced tone time .p In Finds Herd Also Eats

Miami was $1.60. Ho wed that manager for many yean, wa In a; aggregation In a try-out game the wnat This bill was lout In Ripe Tpmatoes

IT truck left Miami Tuesday disheartened mood."Bcaldeu" against Miami Sunday, and If he commute, however
mornln said Hobbs, 'V* hadn't been late and U Hobbs The Mediterranean fruit fly
Fifteen Southern olllea were vH- need a little I financing to start ua hadn't experimented too much period was a wimple of what h.p.i Contact Man Tells Lions

tted by the commute whose tr> off and nobody ban rushed forwardto with other pitcher Homestead pen when plant dlavaae gall a About Market SurveyH.
*, Was financed by appropriations of pea the bat ,ef." I would have won.WILKINS. i foothold here." Mr Hue wed
1150 each from the city oommli- -Without the plant hott,"'* etrM
I H. H. fI'lnlr' rewe are till, me
Ion of Miami and the county TO suprrvlulen. mir port Inan'etlonemay
commission of !Dud County, and Three Badly InjuredIn TAKE suffer II the plant hoard I*' growing "neat ,.t" on n, .. i a

f the Dade County plan met with Collision Tuesday 1 abollnhed' we may get niwierou of black medic, a Mnjali"'M, i? ,
(' Instant favor In each place, Mr. REDLANDS FRUIT dli *.e* In hero from Cuba and luriimp that stole Into IMn'\I
I 50 Wvatlakeaald. Wholesale firm other foreign i' irln that will r..-
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Throe persons were Dually Injured trice with 1,1pm.nte' ill i """ milnrlnf
In every city exiirpwed wllllngnea aull In more irdrral cmhariror-
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to place f, eh. cash order Immediately when it truck loaded with ON TRIP TO POLE and you ih not need to b* told I the > ..,Iv tomato >.1 i, mina, ,
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fruit and a sedan automobile collided "
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and It wa neenaaary to what that moan"Qre .MiMinThle,
at the Intersection. of Krom -- I I .. Rlvi-a t:" Carter unit 1 t
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explain that the visitors wore only and II!,.. Net that th, 01"-
,. fnakljig a preliminary nurve'y and mud and Silver Palm drive inertly Oranges and Grapefruit frank Rue wore appointed on uoemmltlee mid one demand their vltiiioM, ain
I I after noun Tueaday W. C. Tlndellof to work with similar
wonnnt prepared to take quantity a .
t En Route to Submarine the form of five' 11' it. K i toetomatoes
Order yet Miami driver of the truck oommitli-e from the Ilone club in .,
day i iw w- reamong
a per
uffered moet, a* )h*,bofiei I. one Nautilus afl exhibit of RadlandIHrtrkl
Cities visited were JacksonvilleBavannih. : arorldjn
broken; I the thing learned i 10 v thna
of hi* arm wore In email
fruits at the Klwanla convention
Charleston Columbl. .
who went 10" the motor*-id "uooducted
f. Charlotte, Salisbury,. CJrpenllmro, piece and h* was probably Internally Eight boxes *; Redland oranges to be held In Miami n".11 Wednesday by (MunlyAonl
: Wlnaton-8al Merge"ion' WIN Injured. His soot who and eight boxes of hedlend1 grapefruit ,'week .t the Columbus Hotel .
,,,, 1H ttteffanl In <'omi>iny
was with him "Ha uninjured. Mr.and
| it on. A.II.vll1a. Greenville, Athena will accompany the Wilkins Luther Chandler Introduced to with Hamilton ......wn. 'ixtinelondairy
If :Atlanta, and Tallahame At TalI Mrs Fred Halo, also of Miami, expedition' when It leave *pUberea *-'the dub T I V lohatwe the marketing committee occupant, *f the aedan *.utr"d8IIv..r. for its uhmarlne trip to lnton. 11. C. who wa chairman trice agent and W. K Mtok.a,
cute and broken rib. the North Pole I., I Chandler, .f eke 1T. K. tariff eommlml
a held a conference with Oov Carle- agronomist *f the xperhmrnr -
too which may result In the Initiation Mr. Tlndell wait In the PostGraduate president of Qoulde Orowcra Inc., when Florida made If* auceeaafiilplea etallon I
hospital until w.tIn..I aid 1 for tariff en tomato Mr
today.
of freight rate legislation that ,
The moloroad vWlt.i Mt--
day when h* wa taken In a The fruit front that Martin hue agreed lo represent the
will make It possible for Florida was shipped sere plot of black Inedkil r>.......
t nipper td compete more "'CH"- Turner ambulance t* Jackson OOuld packing Nouns Florida' ArkuHurt" Tariff A.......> Wlllk,,''* residence on lndUindroad
fully In southern market with Memorial hospital In Miami. Mr.j for the Junkln and w.dn.1 lotion 1the hearing which. the In Homestead ages having
other atate 80 Interested won and Mr Hit are bull la the two mile northof Halnlln drive pteaint Uilff eowmbwloll has i
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the governor that h* broke an- Pool (araiitfnt ho,pl,..l here. on Kureka road. It will
Other appointment and continued New Torh.where It will be put seeking to have ins 1_", duty t.- eight feet high was set, HI .Prod
the conference with the lade Marketing dlvfralflOJ crepe were produced t committee for two hour*'.apply the hew market proated, will he shipped by Collector to of the eortatlen'e( Three acres ..f burr' elev.1 Mark
men- than the allottM time. PoMlblllty of federal aid through BpUiSermn, thr ban of the undnr- committee on Infonnntlon. The. medic and annual '!halo .w 1Nover
Florid falls dots In, packing the farm board for witch a cooperative seas expedition, where {t will fie ,data of oho hearing .hue ant yet wor. I I i. wed at 'h g ?veof
and grading the produce which It wa polated **< .!>/ dounty traneterred t* Wilkins iibnirln been nettr t'. r Rr...,,.,

Mpn. the commute learned. Texas Agent O. H. Bteffanl Frank Rue.HorneetMid The Nautlln. \ :Martha '''14..f'' visit he The ,tgrl- ?,itratplaln.d II... \\0.. ,- .....
fertlllier manufacturer. "--- .
particular Ih 1tnnr- tit the
wild that organization tntuld bo -
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I il! ,, :: ' Itoitranrr of their ihlpmonta. and started M sneer oven though it : ; S v'.iJI. 1a.lo"o .t.rc, ........ Allow, hPere
this added to the fact that fraught could not be ffoetedjln 'time-te FOR THOSE WHO WOULD .." w,1,' ?n the 11I....." .
rates favor' the western .suss. do-any geed Ihla .tum, aa .ivory.
ftrrr Florida a iHIlir hundfpan.bat thing should be In r" dli- for a ( Special bargain priced for the thrifty chopper}

r Mr. Wwtlake bellev. ** this can good, start next wlfctorDeux" *Are offered in this issue! of the Leader by the ftrvih"'
be overcome... He pointed out, ralflnnM of Miami I'po Honwetoad Herb "' ,c' ,lull
moreover, that.the Southern wholesalers hid of the KHranleconvMlbin following stores. : f team playM lj-ni.n 'My i I.0'. "y

wore Wllllnf to take the internatloene!:; livl, rt)) :..' page afternoon I.mml i:.H .'r.-s

MorMa produce In spite *f the next week ..In'l," ;i th* West Grocery...._....._..._................... ._....1 the (am* which. woe mtp( ..m| U
superiority of the Texas and Call. Redland tl trlci ft ,*4''ll"' play of brat Homestead several. w wwka*,
Ionia pack. fruit at th* .convention n...d
To mak' It possible for quantity' 'ra, tn* .utumku Hotel. Mop Carl A. FieJd..r...................... .......... 9 team phyed two (ante. I* ono
order to be filled, Mr Weatlake W. Turner Jr, and Gordon fvey Cash & Fish l\larket. 9 afternoon. Lemon. city wa the
Carry .....................
advocated orgtnlntkm of Dado avert appointed to entry out the victor In both cement though. It
Celerity grower Into a feoiMratlvo Uon" *bef* In arrangIng for the Brooker Lumber Ca.. ............. ............... 2 won t r a narrow nuirirln. -..*,

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Lumber: j: .. '. 'I Builders': Hardware:

.l g-JJo. 2 Shiplap, per M feet.......... .:*...........I........;......;.....$25.00 3!% in. Plated Butts, each ..............................?..................$ .25
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T6"fio, 2 T. & G. Sheathing, M !. ...*.....\.a.i.. 25.00' 3 In. Half Surface Butts, each. : .15
'. i!- per J Joe ,|. 4x4 Plated Butts, each ... .::............................................. .25
.. .Jx6.No.3 T. & p. Sheathing, per 'M f.et.J: ..:......*... .18.50 Glass Knob Lock Sets, each ......... ........-...................._._.. .6;).
-1'W No. 1 Siding, per M feet,........'.1.f::**.. ..:..*.......* .35.00 Mortise Lock Sets, each ...........?..-...
1x3 No. 2 Pine Flooring, per 1\{ feet...,.....:!.....:.....:....JJ2.00: () Sash Locks, each ..... .,,... ..7f'.6. .. ,. L.: .. .05
; 1x1 No.2 Pine Flooring, per M feetC.: .,.. ........._..... 22.00 Sash Lifts, two for .:::........::.:::::::.::::.::..::::::::..:::.::..:....:.. :.05 t

1x4 No. Pine Flooring, per M feet.,.....................:.... 35.00 Screen Hangers, per pair ........:............_........................... .0.)
9-16x1 No. 2 Ceiling, per M feet.....;.;..;,..'............__.,.. 20.00 Cottage Latches, each ?.............,._......-........L............... .15
9-16\l No. 1 Ceiling, M feet.....,...............:.............,.. 35.00 Payson Casement Adjusters, each.. ......_..........::.....,:.. .90 i '
per Glass Push Plates ......................................_.......
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2xt No. 3, per M feet. .. ...... .... ... .. .. 18.00
Big Four Barn Door Hangers, set. ... ......... .......... 123
2x1 No. 2, per :M feet.......................*............................... 27.00 Big Four Barn Door Track, per foot. .........................". .12 f:: .I'
No. 1 .1-ft Cypress. Lath, per M Laths:........................_ 7.00 803 Garage Door Set with Track... .. .. ........................... 1.SO 1 ],

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5 lb. packages ....... .. .. ....... ............. ... ....$ .53
GLIDDEN'S BEST GRADE FLAT PAINT
SAPOLIN PORCH ENAMEL
Per gallon ...... .... ..$2.47

Per Per quart half gallon..i....-.::::::::.:::::-.!....-.::=:::::::::.:==.:.:.::::::::=,._.. 1.35.69 Per Per Per ri; ..............:......:......:.::........ ,. .:.n..n: ..:..::==:......$ .20.70.35

ROCK SPAR VARNISH
JAP A-LAC ENAMELSPer : i
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Gallons-ONLY -- 2.25 quarts _....................... .. .. ....................$1.25 r
2-4-1 DAVIS SEMI-PASTE OUTSIDE WHITE Per pint ................... .......__...... .. ......_......._............. .70 E
Per .... ... .._-. ,;!.. ... $3. 0 Per half pint : .. .40
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Mason's Lime, per ton ....... ... ... ...........-... ..............._....$18.70 Corrugated Iron, per square .. ...................:..._.......$4.95:>>
f Plaster, per ton ......... .,. .. ..... ...._............................ 19.00 10x14 Galv. Shingles, per squire... ... ........... ............_.... 6.75
Cement, per bag .......................-......._..._..:.. -___:...#..._. .70 Nol: 1 Best Cypress Shingles, per M... ........................_..... 9.50 t
: 5 X Red Cedar Shingles, per M....... .................................. 6.20
Slightly Damaged Doors ..............-.........::.;....: ._50c to $1.00 Slate Roofing, per roll... ...... ................._......_.:.. ........... 2.15
Slightly Damaged Windows ......._.. ....._.__-.$1.00 to $1.50 1 Ply Roofing, per roH..........._...._.... .:....:.:.:....... .......... 1.15
Gait. Screen Wire, per square foot.-.......,__..._...... _..:4c 2 Ply Roofing, per roll ..... ... .... .......... ........ 1.40
3 Ply Roofing, per roll ...... ... ... ................... .._.. 1.65
Bronze Screen Wire, foot. ......_.................7Jic t' ;-
per square
I Felt Roofing, per roll..._..... ......._....... ..... 2.10
6 foot poultry Netting, per 150 foot roIL.._..w._..:.._$3.30; Asphalt, per drum .............._.. : : _.......:...... 5.25

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I I SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEKFRIDAY ;

MAY I, THRU THURSDAY, :MAY 7

I HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE 18c SUGAR, 5 pounds 24c
WritersNOLLYWOOD
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i CORN. SWEET 1 Hp One-half pound ,.. cOne
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, MEAL,Juliette 17c 'Pound_.25c_

XrYTFR OIUH5D, t IJM. FOR RICE! FancyoR 9 An
<1 VMlLlC6TalfCans..48c/
GRITS Fresh Stock
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WHEATIESsuite.! ._Ifin Quarts .... ..... ..23c

'j LARD, Vegetole 97C Pure Georgia Cane

NT.W Yt K.HT I.Iw.CORNN Pints J5c

l:{ BEEF\ 18c Quarts .. .. .. 30c
ALMA RUBENS Gallon .$1.10

It' i f. H OTrpgirftjd II JRILET..PAPER 5 C Vermont Maid, 12 oz..29c

i o'W'f. ""II\Ar0Ae% lntt..IHt ho.'t 1-.% Sim-Lite \\ 6 lb. Sack ......... .23c

r"'alaadl." _," Flour j121b. Sack 42c
Miss BuWntTho
Talkies Creating Set of MT
1 Artists to Meet: "able to talkie.I.peto{plijwrlitht' million!must iintultntoiulr I bt*- .Self Rising {((241b.Sack. ...... .79c
Their Demands when the stage author
only hid (o appeal' to kundrtdi. ONIONS, BANANAS .
FancyFOR 11C
:. "The stage wn a class production 15e
New York City-Tht, talkies rtTtrolutlonliinf for certain type of peopleing to* VHU>W, TIIKf V IIM. MBORANGES ..
piars music and
must lyric be A devised new Uchilqu.* a *multSo .all sound,: for to pictures certain, types which of are plays showneverywhere out APPLES, .Fancy 35c large 20c
there must be I universal IIH.I.AM.: IM>/
says Alma Rubens, famousstage appeal The music, toe
and star,who thinks old
screen most bo something' nw The MEAT DEPARTMENTBUTTER
I that a now crop of writer will noisy rhythms are out of dit.*.
prior up ta meet the new dernnndi sweet ballad types that paInt a CHEESE
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r.,. jut .i new crop of aee- beautiful plrturo In a beautiful ... .. 19C
r rk> writers sprang up In Hollywood way, something delightful for a I'D. -
;.' twenty :years "ga. dancer or singer' to visualise, are PORK CHOPS
.. "Thf requirements are different for the and nwplaywrlitht fir Golden fmred Pmmi''Down' doe the this River to per.fectloa of. I 1.BEEF! ROAST25C, : Ian. .. 25C
I'; more varied thin those of th."I.- telling the _Id'! aweett BACON
j ,k Wright' catering only, to a th it- .. story In troth music! and lyric.!* I SMOKED LIt BACON, 25c )WHITE 12c I

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PIANOFORTE AND THEORY \

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driver who claims to represent us. :\
) RUNS PERFECTLY!

r ONLY skilled mechanics are capable of put. We have no negro truck driver, and we do
,! ; a car into perfect running order. Our
*' are thoroughly acquainted with every kind orI
car and its mechanism.If I not clean negro clothes. ; i.
your car needs overhauling or repairs of any > 1 -
kind we can do it and do it correctly. You hare:
I.t an assurance that your car was handled by reliable .

men.MOORE'S GARAGE I The Homestead Dry Cleaners

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Four THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, April 30 1931.

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TBEEOMBIEAD LEADER: Over 326,000 New Units THE LIBRARIAN'S CORNERBT 1 carry took tad magailnra front
Built by Chevrolet Co. Miami M our library-Juat load In
rnMlahtd Thursdays at BonM MRS. U U BOW, tIBRARUX your name*.

oxend, Flm, V the South Dad ...... Detroit. Mich.. Apr 10.-March
Pretty good poem: "The MauQueen"the
add" c. .1' production or the Chevrolet :Motor UBRART HOTR8
Company was ti llS car and Monday. Wednesday sad Thursday: I-t p. m. postmaster generalmight
........ enjoy reading fL
WEST ARCIfS"D' trucks This binge the somber al Tuesday and Friday: 1* a. "'.-I P. m.

new till mod*!. built up to April Saturday: '-II a. m.. I.-4 and t-I p. m.
KMeivd M -" class Quito 1 t* nor that IS(.... unlta W. P. LEGAL NOTICES
J.M It, felts M the Pont. Ofnoo MonMatead. Knudsen pmldvnt and general, I WM looking through some old Peeping** scuds r ,
(I... niW the net 0.1 manacf. annouiwrd today. maraalne this moraine trying M That Is the'complete Hat with "IK Tear COITXTT JT D GK.RtlM'irr w

Man t, ISIS.SCI. March Output was larger than find'a fcouM plan for somebody, a Cite notes attached-and we have 'IN, Ft AND olllDA FOR. NO 1)AD144toCNTT MM.
In any month alnr May. liltand .very single. one of those book teiar
PRICK. *.." A YEARDeuel little garden lore for aomebodyla In not tVM of eSMkrvw. Amir*.
Mrcdpreliminary If haw Mt
little
__ 4-_ __ __ __ __ final figures for March *. something about India for library. you auk ...........
reports by more than yet read them, get busy and do
... soother somebody and something .. find ,ov.- KOTICKNones
and Johnson Are .. unit tome day You nay ia HKREBr GIVEN
March *. about self confronted with. eau of rheee
The performance rpr American Industrialism for that the undersigned administrator
Returned M Pastor Waft a lain of better than II percent *omhody ...., and I round aom. floe characters who will look to baa this day filed before' the Honorable
ever Ffbraary prodBclUn at ra far a Stases of reognttlonW > W. Frank Blanlon. County
The K*,. George Deal of Rd- and ,Ineroaa -: thing | was not looking for for .*-- Judge In and for Undo County,
Ttt unlfa
tint Community Church and the I npraamta have a. M of churches In Florida, application for lean to
H*, J W. Johnaoa of Florida I at 1,000 units over the number this short Hat of much discussed ff__.... and the church hove settle a claim of the said eMtte a* d
City Community Chunk. haw*, been I, originally scheduled for March .art II 0 IIn. boob, and here It la: a lot of member and each. church' against. the Hprlng Garden Realty
I accordance with the
Company *
returned !. their. respective pa*. production. .' "Peder Tlctortoua" by Rolvaag, .leas probably one missionary ___. teroia set forth In tile petition this
While production of the company
torates according M announcement a fine novel of Amerlcanliatlonamong ty engaged In the spread of the dy filed and for leave of the
.f appointment mad by la being conservatively In. goapet *f Jesus ChrM. but their aid date to tattle a claim aairalnit
trussed In line wkh the upturn of the Norwegian *f North the amid rotate held by
Bishop. A. W. I"U' at the <:'loa1 Dakota. Interest matt no wholly la forelgalanda
the (ale chart, reffcriratlaR flr*> Miami Bank and Trust Company
''' session .f the ft. John' river 'Joeeph and His Brethrenby TOM remember. but weekI aa Trustee. and for leave t. settle
continua show that Chevrolet I
to *
conference of the Methodist Eplopal *- (t w. ....-..... Ivet Of a asked with the prettiest pleaaa 1 a claim aa against the said, stare Sheld
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maintaining leadership aa (ntMtatJlla&tutomobil -!
t'hurch.The by Sebastian Bcherer a* art
knew the printer man could print
great tradition In English .
*. In December fiction forth tn and by wild petition.
ttpolntmeat for Naranjiand for MM, Bible la good condltlon -
Chevrolet led all other mike should not mime this Story of a, a a haled this nUl.*, ot AprIL'
Key Largo has not yet neon gassed fa rn that I could give away? A. K IfU.
mad Til. R.v John & Hoc*. aformer of passenger car la domesticreglatraflone "Thi Came of Sargent : And did. t get. ItT Well, ..: not / F REF.S.Adminiatraton.
by !.... _nit., In Qrlnrha"by
aaator .( the HomeiteadM I Arnold I' t* date.! Maybe I'll, have to
Zwelg. _
fc January by ...0. unite and the Generally T K. PRICE
church haD been appointed altered the rrko t* Africa or Metal
bent .,.
4S states already repottedfor) February n vef ot the Attorney for Rotate of
I. butte flesh' Glade and bulb The of Andrew ...- doceaied.Apr. .
story a Romtah prlaneraad -
.hoed ,...la.'O. o( that Now for au""t to
Bay It le May T. It. tL 1t11.i .
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lives on which his life flnaH.1Laat
-_ leadenhlp tit a comfortable marf end P with, a ort of grand F
Grandpa was having his att.,- '. J < In Pinged. .Dd.l 5p Monday afternoon the Coco
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:of j I "T'ho Alain! Four- nat Grove M koothvr.
loon sleep' In the Mtnajitlr&.aad I'? library rant
omitting Pounds that. *Might'..lIIaII, I b(11G ron 'nrrr :iJ > .AI'I'I'II I nier. This la a moving story *f adrenmoro donation of book,*-fortyeightXOlume 666
,errh her perrectl 'u. *--.nd Friday afternoon a '
from era.cu11n4IAs
hove c m a :< -l. evtlle. rin. Apr1. Ji. -Th*: ,
father entered th*'f Dom t h. following method 6t obtaining food orltten In simple Vnd beautlfur committee! from the Houorb.;..,.'

saw little Daisy totaling on* ,toll for, aaayln potting' lan'. laarf prom.rota' I Club .Coconut Grove came down LIQUID or TABLETS
grandpa> vast button. *'' *".d 'by Harold .wow.,. east.I i t'ybue" by Warwfeli |>e'p.Ing and brought a load of magnalne C' MO, ':"" 11.. Hmdn>4M>a, Fever
Ol A beautiful Story of an oilman and U both hutaare bualnee .
'What are you doing' eats nortlculturlat al Florida: busy 666" SALVE
whl""" ..... "YoulOll"' '4IIIot I Enperlmenl fltatlon.< First scoop Ma ton and .big grandchildren 'I men took time to do the haulingfor CIJIIF.8 .11"01'8 COLD
grandpa. fialny" up Mme ordinary flatwooda pad I that will plea's admirer of' uik I wonder how many 'U"l-

"I'mbast dlaiurbln -Mm. daddy and 'pile It (_. down, then I -'-_._---_._-- _._--
,' explained the child. "I'm t page on this a layer of at..bl.1. I '
just trying fe .tvn. him In on manure another layer of'aud, and i

: something different pent what) eo on until the d....'... height I*
n*'. i I" "a giving us.Ex.. reached. After a few weeks the I
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pile should be thoroughly mixed,
When Charles Darwin WU veiling and It I* then ready for um In I ; FAVMUSFAY'S
two sirs of the family thought
lhy! would play a trick on tharlanitM .'I NORTH NORTHMIAMI
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They caught q butti-rfb. USE MANGANESE
a vrtaiihopiwr.. a beetle and n I MIAMIA
,-.nil lp.df and ont of these fxolvnl
attend* composite In.oI rl. Tkryj. i VRMV U: 4vF.PCUF:

took th.. nntlpfdv body the buttrrfU I I
.H wi..... the (r..hopprt"1 ; I
lop .,n4 the bm-IU'a head, glued L
them iKnfully together and presented -
It tv Darwin for Wi-ntiflct- ..Youi !
tlon Darwin looked al th, bug
and than it the boys ES Closed All Day Thursday

Did you notU'- whether it ,I .

hummed when you caught It. Might and Morning *. keep
boy"T" tkern CUaa.Clear and Healing I.
"Tm." thy .nwrdTh Writ fur Free"Ii"Carte I

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the Passover Not lbs iew*. *e ty I USE MANGANESE USE MANGANESEIF
: Mrs J. M. Carson Writes of Travels
1:1 were all out. And thai laVi alt I ..........
I The Cm........ were all out,
In the Holy Land-- at Easter TimeThe too, and were prepared to demonstrate YOU NEED-

Holy Land act Knitter time off some o' the curve of having Ho what with Arse Jew, <_hrl.tlana. SCREXNS noon FRAMES DOOIU WINDOW
I* pictured la a letter written to to really think Cammnnlet. all peipf rotate, halo by \11ft. James II Our ship *.lIe4.* Port Said, I alas all set to n* In th* mMiKi.f 001'0

Carson of Whin. daughter of Mrs from' the Holy I.and. a Jolly good row. Pat British CAMBER\ MILLWORK SHOP
J. M leaofa Of Florida. City. Mr*. Palestine. during: Blaster timeS .' aeMtor patrolled fh* streets and
Carson, who as Mint HUb) Leach shall nee er forget Itl! Front MMh machine funs hrlntled the

Wan formerly a member of the Halt. where we docked to Nal*... else _111I. 80 all the fighting ,..n.was.n..w..,.,+ ,......... :
and kllltdf don net *M the lea.
JI"mr.tr Ueadurs editorial staff .
ath. and on to Ualllee the hill
will return May 15 from a thr*. lop** and roadsides were carpeted and the Zionist wa In Haifa NURSERY TR
month. tour (bit ad. Kictrptu from 1.- multi-colored floweret and The native market etre.r of
Citrus, Avocadue. Royal Palm and
Intrlgulnic S..l
Jerusalem an the moat
see folic'
letter
: ; tie plaint that were not under b
Mm W* are at Cairo, May a(. oaltlvatlon were KO blazing. with the dirtiest, the moat Interesting Jungle Grove
and the meat beset by filthy. .cab-
From, the picture I'in enelonltbyou the bloMome. Nb wonder Christ I Road sad rianuuer Drive
by, scantily draaaed ..*.*. of
eat see thai I have* paid hln. my 1 I[Used the field at train. tll hi* ob say et our porn *t calL rrhar,I ..,.... ......_................. .. .,of
respect t* the great r efOlMh Joel lessons for dSever anywhere
the native quarter or Algiers por-
and the Pyramid of Was have I seen M much land to
Khafra-and'that I did It aboard wonderfully cultivated. W* were eMed more revolting .m..lIa.d .
maybe a* much dirt-but the bUn"an4
a oDe cylinder camel I rcallc constantly paring caravan going .
crippled who bossed In Jerusalem SHIP BY TRUCKNine
that In the picture my countenance to and from Jeruaalcm The "."'-
kn.povelble
Easter Sundaywere -
on
flu th< simple smirk vt one who six were all heavily lu.n with
.... boon drinking the old family merchandise or houMhMd ....lp. to describe.A
part .( the Foes Nell Uoum Years of Daily Service
hair runic But I aolemnly swear Mont and the muter. It tout .
celebration W.. their wild prl..l.tin
that I was not Intoxicated. Preview shook. would rid a (In* prancing
experiences" of the day such hone at the hd of the caravan dancing as they neared the (Except Sunday) Miami to Florida City
.. leaving the boat and making But It the precession belonged t* Jaffa raw ;:'
the train trip to',Cairo front Porte l or was In charge of a In snooty information on all boats and reservationsmade.
Bald and then the automobile Arab er a lowly Bedouin or I .
trip to Memphis and thence to ratty looking nomad *>r earns nort John B. Tower M. D.
the Sphinx regions. to lay nothing, then the steed on hlch he rode We Mill call any reasonable distance for any
Clr the donkey ride to the Serapeum would be a donkey But all the X.KAT
oxen tomb-th..r and the ups men and boy and the occasional I reasonable amount of freight.
nod down I experienced on the women accompanying a cancan PHONE: .. PHONES:
camel, ride" ,.01 ,irlhuted to the rod on donkeys, not on the Miami 31755 Res. 2792 Homestead 537-R
mental eta re my photograph d*., ramal. e I
plrtd On the way to Jerusalem we ,Is-
' When we' had been luxuriously tied Jacobs well vhlch I* considered Mathews Truck LineUnder
en* need la the Continental Hot about tile only realty uthen R
.1 And had been served wonderful tlo relic from i hrfot, dl))'. Of :tTr; I supervision of R. R. Commission 1
food. In In Immense dining course, tradition have Crown up .
, room I knew why the children of, around numberless. place and ob- I
Israel lusted for the fleih pots of Jecta-but. after all they are only .
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Egypt These Ea-yptlaa" do know tradition
"4 their flesh pot. And their "4....I i I wa not disappointed In the ,
omens". or tildes, know how to I city of Jerusalem and the country
Invent endlo way* to wheedle Up Immediately about It. for I had
out of you The Arab donkey been warned that It would took
hey It love adroit He like the barren But one ea the city Soundly built to serve yon I
child bvcfa whose, some |I- legion through a hard ot .Iort because .
her. Imply hold out hi. hand th*, Savloui1 trod its streets and It. I
palm Upward and key: "Bute- countryside. *o the lack ef verdure
cMc,1, which mean' nip". Wi does Dot take from in charm : long and well J.S
tourist have learned.th* word We saw Jerusalem on barter .. !
and ef course, we try using It on Sunday under unusually interesting i3* \iV

each other with the resultant bit clrcltm.....,... J.J '* I **.
ef Jut the only reward for effort. The Mohammedan were having *
nil money business keeps tn* Their Nebl Mous celebration and l ': .. -: V'W: .
In a state 01 terror-hatlnir. a* I Arab from all over Palestine and
do to use the mathematical side Egypt mad pilgrimages to Jerusalem .
of my mind Every time I order to attend It. The city was ran ejewld as*) vaeo-quarter eunceIWIrU

drinking water t have to count out seething with them. But the city and .. A
tea piastre W*''', begun sailing i,was aim soothing with Chrlntlans new Chevrolet are !I
them "disasters"-so It'. two din ,! who cam to attend Faster erv- ijJ1 I being b"lltr.rJ.y: JIlted.d... !
astern' here and 20 disasters there. Ice* the Greek Roman- and Catb
and, 11ft the name I I" apt It take ;:olio It..., Vices 1M the tlin* fAble 9 understand The special alloy

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,/ DirectorsThe I The quality of raw material 1* held to fectlon la balance more than U inch '

stability and sound growth of this standards unsurpassed anywhere la the ounce! .

"; institution reflect the ability 'of those whp automotive Industry In th*. manufacture Thee few examples of Chevrolet standards I {t'

i direct its policies. of the engine alone there are bun. Indicate the care, used In the is.

Its Board is made up of men of wide business died of separate Inspection Flstouaar* manufacture of vry part of the ear. P I

and financial experience who'are
matched: In sets to wllhlamiehalf Soundly built to eel t- yeti M
actively interested in the welfare and prog-

rest of the community. t .' sun,*'. FUton. pins long* and weld N* 00_. !
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Their first consideration is safety, and their must be within 1% tenth ef promise with quality I* I

to broaden the usefulnessand sea one-thouMndtK of their maaufactur* ma .4oeaapeomlse j i 1

helpfulness of our service in
.every specified else CeaaeetUl with -...... J:
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As-a depositorhere you have the protection our::assess e=--= r...

and.benefit of this experienced, prudent 01.- .
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AfklUAIlY FOB POPPY PLANS DY The Calendar KOPHA.6 RECITAL


II Social Events 1 1P.T. l The legion Auxiliary I* planningnow ""." .." ,." I .....wewr week New that was how received Ruth here Plntudo till

for poppy Day which come May 4-Garden /IW> meeting tt gmaddaughtejr of Mr und 101'....
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on (Saturday. May 8KCfe.nl home. Francisco Flotta of Homestead
This weak tile auxiliary ...ntelfa.et'ltl
t- lAU day nuotln of YJ, was presented April II In a c<--
to the vctocao at thegovernment M.M.ro
White stone Church wltftMri. ddaWI. rootUI at ratifies H..11.
A. TO tIER Mrt Wm Dunlop, U... C. H. Metrani hospital In Key Weot.
I a r J. L. Baallaed.May tliubaH.h. Va., where .11. laattending
Mr*. Stanley V Matthews The gift purchased with money
MAY WAY PROGRAM was Kitghborheod meeting
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-"'Thf Mny Homettimd f.-t, A I Mr. do*. E. R.*d. Mr. Oeo. made from recent "benefit bridge of Serving dub from Fort' Lauderdale soprano.-elngcr. -

,lining will b* held Friday May : '.w.lrii. tin. Mark Nt partlenMrt to Homn.tead at Ut. John' Flowers wore sent for the erea@too -
Wells. Mr. W. I:. Rheney end Mrs.
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I, ,n the high tchonl patio where Epl oop$t'Church In Homeetead.May from tho garden of Mf. und

(hi m heal will present the "' .....,. Oamber and .11'1rllrlla Graham w 1u. J. Oerenlmo were b4", I..-Supper! Club meeting Mrs M. P. Walker of Hontettiud.MUM .

"Springtime'' at 1 o'cl06k."I Of Miami. at bridge party Friday evening.PHw with Mr. and M.... Frank Skill. Pintado will bo a iradUiteat

Mimpleit' May Ray program libring for high sere wont to Mrs May T Florida City P.-T. A. Fairfax Hall In June.

prepared by Miss Rachel WOOIMIAX'ft CIRCLE IIOMT Herman lehtagel and Mr. Rheney. meeting at t o'clock.

education Instructor and for low won to Mr*. H A. Community .upp.r..t
Petertqn Dnyifcal TO MTATK MANAGER May PLANS
W tt V.
Cameron and Jason Avery.
About fifty children will II holes Myrtle Oil Crump Vf Redland Community Church parsonage ALL DAY SIKETINQ!

take pert Tampa, date m Plan.
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Mrs Frank Belt Mr* Joy. Mr.
friend or the church.
Home- In
All pare-nlii and Woodmen'* Circle paid the
iDhool are vlf 4. Seats will lit stood grove of the Woo limen'* and Mri. J. T. Vann, Mn. IC. H.Qallaher. May I-Springtime,'* a pageant afternoon for an all-day meeting
the White Stone
of the W. M. 8. of
doA dull Mr. and Mn. Qeronlmo In Homestead High School patio
provide t* Circle i visit I Thunday( a mcot- held
Church to be Tuesday MtyR
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The P-T. A. executive commitU Ins held la the 'Odd Fellow Hall, Mr. and Mn. Harold BII.W.ld.'Mr. at It P. m. All Invited. No
home of tile ,
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and Mr Cameron
decided, t* make the May which wa decorated profusely charge, Short P.-T. A. meetingwill
anll'M... Mr. I. L. Ballard on Avocado
Mr.
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meeting coincide with the school with out flower for the ocoaalon. precede program.

program, when It met Friday Miss Crump was Introduced and Harry Miner! ,Mr. and Mr*.") 1)111Basher May I-Regular meeting of drive. Include the
i rIchl..I. ( .. Plan for the day
Mrti T. W Cooper, r
afternoon welcomed by Mrs Bert Breach Pythian Slater
At the meeting vertMr.. guardian Oi' the 'local grove. The \! M.... T. E. Evan, Mr. May Catherine Plckar4 Circle monthly bualneo cession. a. covered -

HIM. Steffanl,1 Mr.. T M. Ownnnll state manager gave a short address and .Mr*. Harry IVglor. Mr. and meeting at home of Mr.. Julia dish luncheon and a program.

Mri t O. Wynn Mr. J. A. Me- on way and mean of holdInf Mr.. .Rheney, Jaaon Avery Al Polk. Talk will b* made by two visitor

NtllL tin C. N. Walker Mrs. the Interest of members In Hutton, C. T. Harper and Fred May II-Operetta, "A ROM from Miami Mrs. A. R. Parrott.
district Mcretary and Mrs Price
ghee Harper Mr. Margaret the work and meeting of the Loom It, Dream" with the cantata, "Child
Mr*. Davit wan appointed program -
1 nothr Wit Neva King Cooper ; (rove She was presented with a hood of lil..th..t. p. m.
chairman at the meeting
MrInn i liekeler .nd F.lne'I,1 i ii. lane bouquet of red nmarylll MIW. Dl0H: GIVENBIRTHDAY Homestead grammar wheat audi Wedqpsday. Mr.. L. E. Wright

i. a "i.mel t. and Easter Illtea. SMUMUSKMn. torium. .,
will conduct the devotional .n.
F Vacancies ocealon4 \t Inat- May 3 Hameatcid High School
J. H. Dixon 'wa given a Ice and Mrs. Stacy Hawkins rind
tendance were tilled at the meetIn Junlor-oeulor banquet at Country
J"N Ion ("'I.\'B on FS surprise birthday party yesterday Mrt. J. A. McNeil, circle leud'r

TEA FOR ftfcsioii rirn Thursday when Mn. Blanche evening by her daughter, Mr. R club. will lead tn stunts. Mr*. T., L
Chapman was elected part fuar- I My i*-Poppy Day obenrvanceMay .
The Junior Club of IXlbnd en- I O. Shore and Mn A. M. Prltchtrd. Price I* lunch chairman.
dean and Mm Poster Smith andMr Homettead High School
L. ilulnul Use senior club ut a IMIi at the Shore home on l.'pmore
I *. Ben King were elected audi motor play, "Her Comes Pa-
,
the irluiineiu Wednesday after- drive. Mrs Dixon was given tome P..T. A. RrPKHSKNTlTltHIATTEND .
I tor. Mr a J. T. Martin wa the tricia", at grammar school auditorium
+ con Rainbow color were used i gorgeous flower and other Inter. ANNUAL D.\xqnT
Installation officer with Mrs. Ben .
In the decorations, In the reoelvnf eating preaenta. The Homestead P.-T. A. had U
Young Iniulllnu attendant and II-U. H. 8. baccalaureate
lint wore MlM Dorothy The birthday cake of huge May representative at the county coun
'" Mr.. W. 1>. Coker Installing chap .
Haines, president; MlM Mary Stef- I dimension wa decorated In greenand sermon.May cil'* annual banquet In Miami last
It R. Jt 8. Bocealaur-
tanl. vlce-prealdenll MlM Ruth: lain.By pink. Dancing and music were Thunday. Th total attendance
vote of the member
i Mttfftinl, Secretary; Mix Ells- present enjoyed.Preeent. eat wrmon. was l... Each school had its own
Thursday the Homestead 4 H. H. S. commencementtterclM
June -
both Robert, treasurer! MissHadll grove were: Mr. and Mr. table and provided It* own flo<\ -
of the Woodmen' Circle will d.. .
( Koeel, Pont president; Miss Dixon, Mr. and M... Shore, Mr. ..... The Homestead group had A.
I. continue meeting at the odd Fellow June 4 n. H. 8. commencement *
Lucille Bar...... past vlco-pml- and Mr.. Prltehard and their son, centerpiece of ..ten, nap dngu-i
Hall for the lied .
summer oxercltM.t
dent; Mine Pauline Calklna, put I II Marvin, Mr. and Mr* Wm Head 'and fern In green and white, the
meet Instead at the home ot the
secretary Miss Vary Moor and Mr. and Mr*. Chan Walter and 'BMOclatlon'a color

t Mill Opal Bullock. I member An Invitation by Mr*. their ion., Mr and Mr*. Paul T. < >N' TAN<,'*: HTHKJIH lit The local contribution to the
D. L. Bowes for the member. to
r Talk were mad by the put Crow M.. and Mr*. Jesse Moor., GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTY I program was a duet by the H. H.
hold the nest meeting at'her hags
president and all the. officer oC I If Mr. Buohxh Brannan, Mr*. Burr, The eighth birthday anniversary 8. "toiophone tw.n.", Allen West
was accepted. This meeting will I
each club. Especial mention was MlM Priestess Prltchtrd. David ot, Conatanco,.Scherf, daughter of and AufUftlui Wyna.Prctent .
lit hold Tuesday, May It at I .
made .( the credit due Mrs. C. A. p. m. Frederick Walton Dixon and Mr-and Mr.. FrarMecBchcrr was from Homeetead were:
and at that time the member will
HaInes sponsor, who- has been the: Dick Brook. celebrated last Thursday afternoon Principal and Mr*. L-B. Sommert,
\
decide whether t* hold future
club' guiding spirit since its la at her home by a group Mr. and Mr. C. H. Sleffanl Mr.
meeting the afternoon
or at .
organisation. mostly claetmatee, that cam 10 and 11..,. Harry Cooper, Mr and
t night Other questions of Importance LOCAL MEMBERS TO ATTENDLODGE
William Benson who won the enjoy the birthday cake that had loin Walter Nelson Mr. and Mn.Frank .
I will
also b* discussed EVENT IN MIAMI
priM offered by the Club for the been prepared and the game that Webb, Mr. and Mr. Bees

beat. essay "Cltlaenthlp" last and officer urge that all m..mIIt'n 1. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodge had been planned. Elmeda Roberta Webb, Mr. and Mra. J. O. Wynn

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oar contributed a vocal solo that' attend.A I from fort Lauderdale to H'm.- of Ooulda and Elwln Cooper and Dr. and Mr*.. J. B. Tewer.
donation to the local grove'. ..
'U much enoyed. Miss M,irLMnt Stead will meet In Fort Dallas hall won In a bean ...''De. Allle Fee

Delaney was big accompanl I, orphan charge wa* cent Thureday.Thoiw In Miami Saturday May f. for the Belk and Henry Dodaon got prliee Mr. and Mr. William Dunlop
present wore Mr. Bert
l Observance of the order 111 nnlvtrwry. for the beat record In the donkey entertained at dinner at their
Branch Mrn Pester Smith, Mr*.
Pr***nt were: Mm rVyiuour1'uno A picnic lunch served and Virginia mudntlll and home In Ponce d.. Leon lest Pun-

Mn M. J Brew nice, Mn. Blanche Chapman. Mrt. Ben King, at liSP will be followed by a program fame Jadaon PU-he got tontolutlon prl e. day April It. The guests were:
Mr. Cheeky ftuniUert, Mr*. Ben
II A. Wftldln. Ito Kiank WangMr. and dancing Mr. and Mr*. Frank King, Mm.
Young Mri. O. C. Hartford, Mr. I The Junior I. O. 0, F., computed Other children present were'Dill
1 H. ..rr"I. Mn. W I. W. I. Crocker and Mine Ruth Tld-
J. T Martin, Mr*. W 1). Coker, I McKhUtry, Birdie Horne,
Crock i'. Mr*. Jan J Moore MM af hays from 14 It U year ofaio '.II..' Redland.AIildDERS .
Mr II u Rosen and Mlei MatMre field, Paul Vnn KdniBelk.
Wm. II'",lie[ Mn. (.. O. Kugglenvf Kill be then- with an orchetra *-
Crump Uefrfthnu were punch Kdward Kirby. Ruth Avery.
0, ii. W. Turn r. Hr MrsI1.nrv and drill tram ATTEND
and nik. Joe [ (cite, Frances pit KllgrneKchorr
I finer, MM Wayne I'nlklnii Member of the order are urged MM.M1 MMTIN:
Esther Awry unil 1II'e"and
M,.. U..". W. Turner Jr. Mr.. H. to attend the nieettn which la Oerome KcTierr.Mra Mrt. J.... J. Moore, prettiloDt

I. Barniinl. Mr.. W. K 18m., MrOeo .. l.oi)r.fMSTH : CELFBIt.1TIR: ,an ope* one. Scherr was umltfed by her and Mm Frank Hnutemun. councilwoman -

K ivuel Mm O W. Koel.Sr .USln tM\RY Plan for the affair were completed of H,>ai<>*tead Hoi 10
mother, Mra Catherine Kuempel.
Mrn Maine, riles Opal Hill- In "inl. of heavy rally about Sunday when the South- emnotrHllon Club attended tho
and Mra W. C. Robert and Mr*
lock Miss Ltfdlle Barnard 1\11. forth Homestead 1. O. O. 1". and tt- tattwn Committee met In Fort enter council meeting held In the
T, E. Klrb,.
Margaret nltni*, MlM Pnullne bekah number and two Coconut Lauderdale )ff. and Mr*. Harry I court house all day Friday

falklnl MlM Bodll Koatl. Allen Grove member were preeent at Wolfe Mr. and Mr. H B. DeattleMr I Mri. Frank Skill and M...

Elisabeth Robert MM! Mary the 11J anniversary celebration of ) Cora B Orlnold and Claus The Woman't Auxllary of the I Frank Haunman attended a meetIng -

Moore. the torl loses Ruth and Mary the order In the lodge hall Tu*. Unsold were the Homestead repre- Presbyterian Church will hold a there Wednesday when design

Kt.rranl, Miss Dorothy Maine and day night Fruncltco Fleltat mad eentallve at toll meetlnf. rummage tale la Gould Saturday 11ra,. WM discussed I

William Benson. tie speech of the evening. H. B. I.. .r t

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GUEST sectional Mr.. I.DAY A.vtoo-preeldenl PROGRAM Bennett ef of Miami.the two ica"Other songs song number by"Mother allt were client Machr: prayer"Amer" and; 1 A WEEK FROM SUNDAY IS MOTHER'S DAY 1riff !(


'Garden of Ro***"; and other
Federation .t Women' Club
Santa by the audience.
was the chief speaker at the guest
Punch'and cake wore Served
day program given by the Wo I 1.

...,,'* Club .( Homestead Tuesday All-Silk Packages
$1.50. I
MlM. 1QOUS GIVESBRIDGE
afternoon. She reviewed the recent -
PARTY MONDAY MOTHER'S DAY' t .
elate Insetting al PenMcoUand ;
Mr*. ... O. Russia hostess .,
tot dot plan* for tb* district was a

In general and for the Royal Palm at bridge Monday afternoon at her Artstyle Chocolates 'poun"t

Park In particular. homo, Run! Dial drove, on Coconut

Tile lode there, she laid has Palm drive. A special prIM wit ,, i'

recently boos patMed. outside and given to M..., Andrew Hagaman, >r Of course you've decided what you are going to give your Mother l
..
honor .t. who leave for her
t bo cleaned
In. but path need homo == Mother's Day. If chocolates are choice owe it to t J
and other work dons The state la Statue Island about tile your you .

federation, she sold, plan to put middle of May. Mr*. August yourself as well as to your' mother ,to examine- our exclusiveMother's 1-1on t:

more door and' mere game fowl prlte.Heuor Mr was*. W.awarded t. Crocker the the first eec- Day Package. Never before hare you seen a silk covered

in VlM the pork.Lulu ftnoak. sang "Happyfceya" and _rill and Mr*. Wilmer Cast, 5 package just like.this Artetyle.creation. And ,your;mother.hasnever \ w

and as a.. encore 1 lx>vToil" the oonwlatloh rlae. M i tasted the) equal of' the delicious chocolates d'5 i

Mrs Mancel Morris was Other prevent were! Mre.Isrank within. One two and three pound packages.

bar accompanied Micas ladle Murray King Mr*. A. Q. Rash Mr ;

played McFiddnn'. "Coun'T PYlta JaokMn Mrs. Laura MeOoud. -

:p.no..1I1e.. was enthusiasticallyreceived. Mrs. Ore Neff. Mrs. Wm.

Dunlop, Mrs Chi FoMer Mrs I
I THE DIXIE DRUG
The clubhouse was Mrrantwttk B. A. Carter. Mr*. Prod Link, Mrs.Jas.

I' rows petunia* and mica Iced J. Mere, Mr.. Laura HUt tTItU

rrtrckari and Mrs. MalUa MillerOf
cakes were served by the
tea aad
,."""tI..l" Man.
',. betUMea. Mrs C. E, Buffer and I STORM I

Mrs tt O. Bali simulated br Hi. 1
Mr. and him B. A. Ennla gavea

l Other t FrH-present warm Mr.. B. A.Knnla mall dinner party at their 53 Flagler at Krome Homestead Florida

."*........ )Ira. Ora Nett. home Friday evening. The gu..t. JACK POLK HOWARD JOHNSON 5i I I11I1I11I11m

chairman Mr*. V.ra Cel. were Mr. and Mr*. Jam*. Me-
,program L
II... Mrs. Out. Maaaon. hits tr.' Greedy tad Mr. and. Mrs Adm.Bnala. inllll IIIIUI.I 9 9MR i

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;, Thursday. April 30. 1931. THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Paw Nine__ "

with >>..: and Mr*. OotUchalk who' fake wail-*ervd. Th*.....;.r. ion ClemeoV AJbeH 'kii ,"ItTH'Il.aa a

bare. been la Miami the put eluded: ...... Leer CUM**, Mr and R T. OordAf.Mn. .
rt -**.. Wm. Hen. Mr i. T. IwH Mn ----0.
and AromaudHomestead Helen Chubb Mrs Haby Kuhn,
Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Patter Mr*. 1(. L Grave )I,.*. R. W.ilium" J. B. Cehnrnour and Mite
are leaving for their. rammer borne .. Mr. W... E. Mrombr.Mr Charles O'h.r.out entertained
hi Forth Haven, COIMI., Thursday *. Lloyd Diet, JiI.... W. H. Hillman Wednesday evening *C Ut week
; sight and Mr*. R.' t. *he,h rd.Enloylnc at ..... <'e"-"*'. heard tM following -
i..wln Mr. ..d Mr*.
Mr. sad Mrs Robert (* 'Pemberton a wiener reart at UK rd Vista.. Mr. and Mr Mob
and wife. sad Mr. .. P Tan Miami Reach Bender wonMr\ Bur*""h>. ..... Myrtle K.ot.**,"
ail "***. ..ra.,,' (I at Miami and M;..' Worn Barquln. >>r. andMr Mix Edith Walk}. MU ,***.
C. Rdfrd and ChMl r MUM taarlta Pearson of Lemon i are .pilot ho week ben with .. J. B. Cahernawr: Ml** Edit .--... Tat ''d a4ort, Chart:
peito ere loft Sunday normal City will spend the we.k_4 .with Mr. Yanbn4krlta. and Walkup. miss Jal ..._.. Miss' COt...... Mr. Morris,. WtirfHTMOnan. '
;?, a two-week'> fishing trip ljtpt Mlra arnica* MeBwea, ass ot her ulster Mr. and ..... J. U. ('uo.*. Irons ft........ M. A. Sumner, Ber1nard .. )I. a., Sumner wad Tea
liable waton. opponent re the Mate debatlagvontet Lents T.d OUeadort Frank Coh*.ow.
IM winter. Mn sad II;". J. II Sever *fMtand
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.. I sprat Bandar at the horn ,
Mrs W. D. foker and Mr J.Martin of Mr. aad X.... X. .. Cave sa
r. and ctiHdr spent tad Mr. and Mn. Ralph and *fHanmtead
Mk-nd with Mr. Coktr and Mr. and Mr, and Mra. Ckw.1 Mr. and Mr W. C. Scbatt len .
Myrtle at J.wflh, where the ones BaU of Miami went to Miami Saturday to pond the summer In Meat SpecialsFOR !;

say engaged In fishing. Beach Sunday. Willed Lake. Mich. .

,'Roy Hudson and Mr. and Mr.. FLORIDA CITY Mr. and Mrs W. r. R. Reverton ONE WEEKe&1nA1ae Friday, May 1 '..
visitors at the Grant event Sunday In Miami' with
rran wn .. ... ... BACON lb.10c t
Mahan home early .w the week, their and .lIM. CLEAR WHITE ,
Th Florid City railway elation and aadtheir .
Mr. Mn. Claude Hlh
heir horn 1* at South Bay. '
l clones today tor the mnmenTho children.Mn. FRESH PORK SHOULDER, Ib. 18c
'
'Freak Trice wh his *on sad R. and Mr O. K. Freeman >, Myrtle Klni and Mine 15c t, .
v
.w'. wife and child was a .k..r. e t Friklaad Park ...... who l Jams Enemas plan io leave for FRANKS, Ib. . . .. .. .
with Mr and Mr Grant. Mahan, tame to visit their *.. .,..1.. anddanchtor. their homo la Lawlihurc. W. V*., 17c
wit let Sunday, Mr. ......'* hme Mr. and Mr- *. frank neat Taeaday. S PICNICS, lb . . . ,
to at McPhenon Kan, while iris
oa lit In business tm Miami. The Webb In Homestead railed on Mr. and Mr Bob Bargain were ;
.. ..... Florida City friends WidavMarMr. CARL A. FIELD'SSANITARY ,
two famlites. bath. gave dinner guests of Mr and Mr* J.
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.
Frowns was formerly ...
bees. view frlewd! far Mny year W. Cave W.d ea..ay,
tor of the Florid City Community f
MARKET IN A. &: P. STORE
the Church .... WWaed W. "every wa
Welntna of
HIM Bather ....... at a> party for M... R.Ha LL
Midland Hip School faralty haiIU ........ i
beat this week I Everyone 1* misted N tINt Kt:rMa me on nturday rnarh and "

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!:vr. and M:':'t ?''''.* ae' TOUM Thursday: May.f-'u t .'to......'Wlowtn I I1II1tt1111ttIIIttltHtltlIIIItHtlIIlIlJJlJIDllJlUlIlIInulI! } ; llrmlillnUJlmIIUIUlilliIIRUIiUIU IIIqllllllllllwlmll1 P ,,

of Miami. sad them daughter Ma'!.' I Ie the program which will = '
: b. presented by the. *rlwolMurf" =
previsited Mr and Mn. IiItII": ]1
My F Matthew Banday.Mrs. cal came ". flo To". ky rtaNtand WE owe allegiance to the best ethics of our profes- '...
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second grades; _.. "......* ourselves with fairness and sincerity. ,
Flora O. Common wk*, has In May". by second and third< i' sion and acquit
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wen III. for two weeks. ta nmttt. grades; r,.adln.. "Tli **rlair -ii .
better Stew. Walkby Harry and itonthy Drff- = elf earls acs t asrida w tbM hot '
Ire or the fourth and flfU grades; soar W w wauatry. the .. .:I
.
Mra. 1. T. Member returned to: "JJo)''. Kong" by fourth and unhrado = p.waetylna he experts *r hINt.. 'I,
Homestead Saturday after Bin boy;: musical r..adl... "Ta S a /nod ehia.a," '
weeks pent at Prince*** fcwp-, Flower OlrP. by Neater Rtwer of
'lag house fr hex. K. I, Dili- the filth end; flower drill by
sews ; .
North, mirth girls Turner's Funeral Home { I
.W while Mn. Dibble was e/l. fifth and r I"'Ii" I
.od so special worse ." a .rilil .i 1'1. {
raw In Rattle Crock "'Itll""j Mr. .and Jot,.*. E. J. Rhode are FLORIDA LICENSED EMBALMCR MO. $!. .' .
hun at Miami *..Hn... 'Hiding a few day In Little I ,..
his returned *. Princeton fcturMlM River with their. "'It. Will Rhode. 14-Hnur Ambulance Brrvte April lB, nw: +
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e.,. 'i :1 1-- Rldr" u--.a Phase M4-R Jar or Night \
A. 8rhll **ld hta bather shop 1 =
) Ruby Honor arrived In and rate to Mr. and Mr, H. )C.I. .
Homestead from BavaJinah Qa. kegler: who took charge Monday qtrllfliliillnuuiUlli1111111111illiilulllultnnlDmltllUtili ..
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'to make her home with her farothr )r,.. Schell plan t.'"k. a vacation { a>IWlunDJUIllIlIlIIIllIIIllIllIUUIUUllllntl! ( :
and ilitcr-ln-law. Mr and Mrs. In various point hi The North '
'i Albert I BitMoy and W..*.. !UlllUllllflI/IIIIUIIII"/ 1U111I"lIlUllllllllllllmlll1llllunIUUDlJlllmIUmIlUlU1l11l1: 1JnumllllnnUlIIIWl1Jmlllli {

Airman Mark pent part of Mr. and him M. Sllvrrman of
Monday and Tuesday In Tampa Miami former residents of Florida
,whore lit won called .>y the serious City, visited old friend and I
111n_ ot fci* mMH>r.unley neighbor hen Tuesday, ..... i I II
/ -- Tuesday night wets Mr. and .....*. Florida Purple Scale
Altmin; small eon of L II:. Altmaa In Homeiteed and
Mr sad Mrs .. E.'AIU>laD, undorwent 'on Wednesday before they returned -
: operation fur removal of home were guests of 10".1 j
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tonal and Mra Robert Orlrxbarh Innurlda '

E. P Roberta left Tuesday for City. I Citrus Trees .1.1I"
Tarpon springs here h* [ Mr and Mr Edward Wiling Attacking
tend a Knights *f Pythhii |aaw rteerg Arlla In Th. ..g.llen.h. -'
lion a. a 4ele aU.Cha "UI'1I'j .." In Miami Saturday eveMn. .
ftlnl' I
*. 'T Fucha, ;.. !
day and Tuesday In Nassau H* J. a Russell tort Saturday
made tile trip by ah-plan for IMroH where she vlll spend
tho 'aumrnrr She mad the trip I]
t bavl4 Frederick tailed In Hal. I
landal Sunday Notice your trees and see if they are


.'r Mon Mr ly.. K.evening H Ewing to want visit to till Miami Fri. Sea Foods I dying in the top. If so, look your trees ,rs

i r day Mooning with Mn. Roy March
11 1 who formerly lived hen over carefully and if scale is found spray rl

'is t Mr. and Mra, Hamp Jordan and I \ '
.i their baby dauchterlalted In FRI., SAT., MAY 1 & 2 with oil emulsion. l\Ir. Toy of the experi-I

Homeitead Wednesday aftenoonf = =
I Mullett -f Ihs 25c station Mr. Steffani
f ale Mra. Hurl naiM 't I '. ,J'>Kinent or county I

i.. ": outdo a trip to the keys "' ''da,. Jack, lb. . lOc .
will be
to advise
glad
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J. tt. totl.-;; been hi Miami Pan Fish Ib..l0c 't you.
I all. gook on Jury. 4ot). ) ; .IL ===
Snapper Ib. .15c -= ==
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l'aU"t'lT n. ._ THE -HOMESTEAD-r/EADER_ Thursday, April 20. 1931. '

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: '..' | Wbter Henrietta Hartman B*". .;.;.;;;.;;;;.. Preaent were: Mlaa toy tel'd',.;

: ........ Dorothy 8lke. Fern l4bv
Holes Hilt
Schorr Mary
I NOTES gale
J&MESTMCJIOOL Cecelia Harper. Nellie Mae U** Social Events .ifioo Katharine v"'ni\t ,jtbelle1';

: ,tin Ellen Vann. "r" h M Kft tfVert'Ht Dread; 1:1"%1 Pag 1

J ..wwwarrw""nrwrwrwwr..wows"-.........--".-- With: grade-Cuu-ence Froerhel "tf"ollfiJl\J.4' front fur Itfigbty'StiUM Peterson. Bobhlv' M u m m II rMamie a '
,.. ......- Norn Davis Were A
; BAT n\VK 8t.'('1( PARTY | ''Coo.... Fir Boy fourth Bobbie Humwerlln A11U KHcl .
HielI T<4 j ASSIST J 1.01 Walker, Mfltliwl Lane ,
The *rmr.QI. ur freshmen of grade Nora Aker, Vincent Waldln .
If Hjjnite! High had a beach party Melon Kateri. third and "Hterfanl I *, LOCAL IIOSTP-X8I3 .LIt"'ot ilJ.rla'" reifJ'dntirl'l

Ttuy adajr, ; et ,'rno(>r after reboot at fourth grades."ikmpticity"ftr.t. Seventh grade Annie M,.f. yre FrtSnk fikflv a ..(....'ASI'N Ili') (iIVF \
MyufJ, Hgerl. W. thought arlOuaur I and spaced Booth Ruth TAwar meeting of the Girl Scout Council I. .

fJL) r*.ling/ upper claatmenaloiu gnide 1:1.lItll....". Anew M.o4LOVUM ; byMMlatsM..TUaed&Nrh005etans. In'rA.tII'Pftr" se 1 t Mrhl.D 1Il1iiltih tl..,

> l0upr",.'( t uur precious rat "Dutch Ot'phlt"a.-rtttll gradeKalry .t PeejnlngMo Margaret MeOerraJi were male far awarding boatM of the member of the Wom'"/

button lee.<.1\.1\ I thought entrusted .. Tate.'iiecond ..... Jennie Tower, Kathryn badge to aucc'Mful candidate In Club ef the Rertland. planned to

r..., 'u MM. Hook and "'f'reusoeaiu"--slttb gradeTho Harper. Jam Brown June TIM pwaenUiron to to he give MM Friday evening will t..'
ifrajfn .h. ,1".rtIftfIII. | .- First fpmun eeventh I r ** man claaa-Julio. Sullivan made by Jtuth Bryan O.enTh given tomorrow evening In. Jibe.''
Hearty.eh man. Monica hurt.wphoaior girt wlU.t additional
grade.
Xhio on j u.' a i fwd x delightful.
time ewio, ,, -a ducking eaetoth.cPaPb14tt' .goading or Hemr""ie'.IOTclaoe 'I Class tagvborg training br eialMlng hostesses ot clubTh Program In being kept a

",t,ng in hlldlih pmaki. I I.t Malta*.. /icy' Kulliva, their parties Catherine Harper profound ."r. E. A. Carter kt '

drllll111100Ltt! ige Mou flaw.Whlatltng .. Jantor vises Helen FteUKrae.ee and FUlaotieth Bklll Hill start the ..IwlrmanMr '
411tbjft thus the--"*"' .t rJaa"-enimr. I[ Deiwy. Ourl Ball total roan by aaaUrtlng Mr*. OT .

dNVVthltf unHf 1a1 d "Pea f. )EI fresh.aan :' Cave* Ethel Hook. William Fer- Furhi, ;3t. at a bridge party I *. O("un""vutor entertaitv

tt ire man girl cl.... myth.- Saturday afternoon 1 the Young Matron ( lub 01 Coral ;
I I teventh } Senior' claaa--Fit'* Hill Garland __. ._ I J
} Th'4' Jo"lv freshmen en the picnic Btry tablet Congregational Church nl
"Vrfcr.* Helen Lehman Vlr-' grade I' Wynn NPFR'tA1i H,. 1 p. .Ito 1'witmHY here home here Tuesday aft... ;

C4.VOO k, lilacs Hobson tOllaa' ..Uleaner*"-algbth grado.Broken )ILK McMIM.H CLAWMr I

bit' a4orn., Cia,*' bell SwEth. richer"***lgtuil grad AIL INVITED TO PAGEANT *. JA. McNolll claw gave

rfpggiitlYltahugh. MarT BradleyCjt'ir'lotr The tnhlaaux were. good aomew All the character for the the special number on the Intermediate .I noon.At
the Seminole
Itoberta LucilleItob-: feel Could have been used u pageant irlngt1me', have been department program .

art*. Penh Frederick, Monica model by the artlnta. rhooen This pageant will be May the White Stone Sunday lI<' Gangsters bent an exterminatingtheir '

Fort, ,,Theln, French JucnlU 6. and th* member of the P.-T. A.wilt Sunday Effl Booth named 0'1 owe kind may find a tow }

Clark t Bobble Crow Elmer Bulllvaav -J I TURN INTO LATIN be prevent Instead of having first tl book of the Old .. humorous suggestions. from the i

Stewart Hall. Leo Bishop their regular program Ever..on.1Ie ment and also recited a 111" Universal all-talking astir "!ea
Th studious fleer students
Fred Arrant Albert Belts. Harold Invited to attend and w* arc expecting ; atanaa poem, "On the Way to Old America Thirst" which come fkttirday ,
have been putting forth earnest
t Campbell Johnnie Moffet. JackBvaenotl efforts totra..lota popular I m large crowd. Pekln" Hurry Lengdon. Slim Sum. .
and Barney Waldtn com The character areProerplnaFranrM: The .""" .alllum..r next Bundiy mervllte, featured with Boast Love
I. songs Into Latin Than that are ,","" ,. will be given by Mra. StacyHawkins' In the picture, have the delicate
being worked on at present are:
Cere*-Monte**.Pacettl. clamMMTHJ1ITY
"Axoimrit: BEACH Job of acting a. tactician and
PARTY "The School Bong"The Pep
r Grecian Maiden Lola Bam
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referee for both Wei in a lively
elaaae* are hating bearh Miami Bhre "'.
Ilea Bong" and "On .
Cherie Aldrich Janis Bowes Marguerite SrPPrR "
battletTegulatlng *
.k4 would W them '! gangster gun 1k
every wish speedy *success
Wallam Rubio Lee Groover IV RFDLAOflt. MAY fight to their own ..t erctlon. ,
kav.'fhm every day If Principal I I ODDS AID END ,
banter would permit. Eighth t Th Future Business Men ofHomeetead and Winnie Conner. The regular monthly community Th picture U said to be one at

Might the fever end had one at have disbanded until I, Cupid-Marilyn Moore.) upper In Redland will be held at the most original and lively "u lt. 1

Tahiti Reach Thursday afternoon Pluto-Douglua TowerWater the parsonage of the Redia lid tests of the theatrical .e** .: '
Dext year when they expect to
Bernice Mo-
nymph Church ..Thursdayevening
Community on
after genool return their meetings."Who's I I
Those attending reported ai I Who In America" arrived Ewen.WinterMiriam. May t. at I P. m. It I.1I0pa" "Beau Ideal." thrilling sequel lo

i rand and glorious tlm*. Monday and has been In conatant i Burton that everybody In the community "Beau dent," drama of the "Mo I
North Wind-Verno. Arnold will attend
desert wilt be shown Tbure I
Eighth grader on the trip were: the roccan
use from moment It ar
Mary Cook, Valero Fitch. Cora Ma.' rived. Snow Blln--Helen Hall, Katherine Following the nipper there will day and Friday, May T and I.
Vann Fern be in entertaining program In tb.cburt'll. mho directed
Oroov.r, loon Murphy "arJor"1 I "tantollJr..k 1* back In school Robt'rtlOlPrI'.1 Herbert Brenon
cilia Freed Jean Orete" la aid to have
Bulllvan, Lily Button '" Her a ....k.* .sickness Beau
ginia Hodge. Leola Uttle, 'LoisWhitehead.
achieved dramatic
another victory
nlnrton, Naomi tott LulleenJbnea Robert Rohrer worthy aenlor I
i Annie Mae Booth,
'u'n
DRAMATIC ARTS
1ft Its sequel.Itblph '
Bert Nixon, Llnton Conner
dined with the Lions on Tueaday I I
n It DelHiuer. Earl Lee. Bobble I Johnny Wflker la suffering with Jewel CampbellMeawnger I ENJOYS FISH FRY I / Forbes who was started
from. the god*-aur- The Dramatic Arts Club mein- on the road to stardom when hewas
Cave*. Earn n Dt.hopand NelaonMoCourtney a broken arm M the result of pole
vaulting land Wynn bore had a flub fry at the home of given the role of John Cleat

The eighth grad had a* guests j. The junior.aenlor banquet date .t..Id--J.th.1 Hook..*. I Mra It R Boyer Friday evening' In 'Beau Grate,. play the samecharacter
Flower girl Wave Horton after rehearsing for "Mr Bob: role in Beau
|iretl Rknler and Whiten IMxon has ban changed from May II toMay Id.af'Another
Chaperoning the group were: 11.Wnrk. Fr.I.amh.. Mary Jo Clans. The (lob were furnlehed by t>oug. dlecovery": I. seen In tillssequel

Mia. Cool Mia Peterson. Mrs.Fitch I has been begun en th. .II'-EI..ln. Grave .I Una Roaaelie ana Elhert trencher. In the -.,erlOn of Lester
Train b..r.--BIJI Buiih Howard uceeaaful fishermen nn a Key Vail, a newcomerhoee acreea uo-
nand Mra Cook. The horn senior play Here Cornea Patricia j 1
roots Uarhnr Mr*. ('. N. W.llk.,1 ." Dome change have been Kirby Largo flatting trip.Hot cons memo assured by the splendid -
Mo erx-Evelyn Thomas. Ellen .flah tea. coffee and trIed performance he gives In his I
was nnablr to attend to the class' made In the cart
Huff, Grace Rayburn Margaret lout were. served t* thoae preaentMr first film.
4lapQplntni! Are Dunn, teacher at lilveraldegrammar
I Smith. 1vI'1"ltb! Eetelle *. Boyer. pales Nancy Boyer.
( school spent the weekend I
Booth Katherine Harper, tol
Mlea r.lole Bradley Mia Ida
I CANTATA: PtJtrTTA COMING with Mra. Ion HUH 'Conner,. Flla. Araaarena, Jane. Engel. Douglass Roselle, Flbert
Th* cantata and operttt areprogreenlng The University of :Miami I* Bo"'lROIIU Catea, CatelW Bowen Bob
Preacher R E. Scott Boyer Seminole Theater
under the planning extensive summer schoolcourse@ 1 I
nicely aupervlalen
t'I May pole flancera Charlotte Wm. Booth and Earl Field
of Mlaa Cool. music teacher 1 for teachera and quit a Robert. France Murphy, Ruth FRIDAY MAY 1
The children are manifesting much number ef our Homestead teachers
t Hurqphrlea, Varjr Cook ValeraFitch ,, CONSTANT: WORKERS: Itamilalnli-.
interest and are eager to present. will take advantage of this cppor Ma
Cora Oroover. Anna HAVE IUD PARTY .
I'Thc Trail"With
) their work to the public tunlt,. Big
4
,I Moon Helen ,Mon, lives Murphy. The Constant Workers of the
( The operetta and cantata will ; -ho! Levine Pennington Elisabeth Dover. BaptlHt Sunday School enjoyed a Julie \layneItMinhlll 1110.awrrite

t>* presented May IS at the grammar U MAKB ROXOH 11011, Marjorie Bulllvan, Mllle Button the home ef th,'Ir suit I1 Hrt-n.lel
kid party at
poi auditorium at I Reports out! What A spectacular dram *f Pioneer
are reports Naomi 1/ott ulleen Jon*. teacher Mra Bert Andrew. Tut*. days
o'clock, '-'dnlt"'OIwill be IS and Report card arc out again. anl Sleeping li.'atf-J.w.1I ModgePrince "
). I day afternoon Each guest liuperaonated Adclpd-Arllo AntU* -A Kill)
k lie n*i pt. erde to go to the you should hear the groana sighs --Allen Itneaetl I someone elite throughout Sy!!!phomy' cartoon.

I library A' j and 6\hub expressions ef eufferlngI Fairy-Elaln* Grave Kid and --IAn UIIA\. MAY i
I the afternoon game
.+ The c V n>tt*, "A ROIl Dream, I Report card WILL come out only Courtiers O Lows Alfred Mrs. V. Carl Laemnile Presents

will be by the grammar school one more month, and that muelqt ,Baker. Fred .. ..,bft, Harry Martin, contetu were enjoyed.clam candy Harry IdingiVrn awl "hlHiininimlUe n'
I M O..n.II..nt the a In
The oll&a,..: cur oars} T* aotnet It mAlymualc 'Libert 'Iolar flbert Wet .jester .
and cake and punch we-A
The lgnsefi: pr th* falrlee-Haxrl I. a* our report mrd' are Archer aervedM treat "See America

; PeqnngU fair: lo other It I* terrible a* out ( horun-Watn Horton Mary JaCloee

Little R... Bobble Summerlln. report card. are --. "ran..... Lamb, Edna .Fort Thirsf
Hop-o'.My.ihumh--Fred Fountain Last' month we had only II ont I Helen Hooker., Carol Walker, In assembly Wednesday mornIng With Beanie Love
He delivered an Intereatlngtalk
fc the honor roll end thin month we Father Ituckef- Charles 8teffnL \.Vlnl--"'The Indiana Are Com-
t The,' (Wit Forgot>> AlvlnBrldjree have stepped up several rung In Carl Frederick. Bruce Scott John about our neighbor :Mexico. Inlt" and "Htranire An It Seen.."

Pl th* ladder, ',W* believe- in tryingto Vykee. Harry Bowen A. T. Doyle He tpld of |hj history ?'.the Met.Ican '"I N* AM: MON.. MAY ft tft 4
: TIle Twin Can and Can.t>.-NoraAkn Im"rov.'Il'J'tbn... connected Lamar Mrklneoit and Paul Rua.BeU flog Mexico past and Mexico (1mrie Kogen In

t o and Elisabeth Ilk III. I with the Homestead schools and It, rPera'hmaa. In her prevent!: :: condition!,. hercustoms "Along Came

t'. '1114 anntata xChlldhftod ;of the honor roll la .. good pi...'.. and practice
Hiawatha" Mil be by the seventh any to begin. We boast It' tfiln Speaks to 1.'. :Mr. Chaaeovant apeak reads Youth"

and eighth grades month and hop. to make It 110 Oeorge Cbaalevant of Miami and writes several language and .
The characters arm I.next =mark.To who.%*. bn In Fl'anee. livingat has traveled extenelvelyCuntlnued You It tay mighty. nice thing

i : Many Thing Nokomis Taught get ail the honor roll one present in our district spoke te'' ( on Page Ten) "awe.Adledo'rh.bout. thin pkturi watch and

t. Him-Race Cave*. muat be almost perfect!' It takes Big Jewel DnM"MermaM .

Th* Rainbow--Virginia Hodga, burning .emir midnight oil to accomplliili a CWirdy and Trrryloon -
i Vera Arnold.." Cook and Tatar Ilk ,Pardon no If wehv ) ("' rtonnKM. .

*, Fitch given you the wrong Imprea ': AM EEl. IV C *
,
m Kodak Developingaud4 *
/ I lion In' the precedingaentene*. 'The Dawn Trail

UtXOPIK R TWIM! PLAY Midnight ell without t the "toll"
Wide Bw fe Jnne, Miriam Neegar
Avgvetua Wynn and Allen Week.' doeant u"do a bit lrll good. The 'oil and rhMie MoetaetAddedwflie -
the saxophone twin, repreaentedHemeetead sad must In hand> Printing ttiamptnei" A
High at the anauwl Nat only have w* com up t* I* l_thcrmiaw e Conwdy anil"Sing

P-T. A. banquet In Miami This|IIIIIIt per Plat .l boy bas Increased Sing Kfflm" Cartoon

year th*'banquet was held at the from three t* U Th* 110,. are I HI KM. AND till, )1.\" Id6

Atouar Hotel. The twine enter. 1 endeavoring t* retch up. WITH ONE-DAY SERVICE "Beau Ideal"

UU *d thoae present by playing the Th* honor roll follower ..... _. 'Fnvbm.
With Ltwrtla
*....Ioal' xonade1' with Mra.Wy I First grade -Edna Fort Jewell J- Yratag.Kalnh Inner Rh-h, leaser Vail

-a accompanying them lodge, Charles Robinson t..wlaAker Humanity thrilled to "Bean
'. Advice and instruction for successful
: *. Ramoth Carpenter MaryJo Oeete" Ill will nevir forgutth
ART BTtHIBfT BRntM fIe Closet Allen Ruaeell Elisabeth whip of emotions aroused
Kodaking cheerfully given by a photographer by "0... Ideal
The result *f tM Art Exhibit Hodeondeeond.
Added-"A Peep In the I)..en"
r at the school last week was very grd_Martaa Humphrle with 20 years' experience, --A Radio Comedy and 'Hu

satisfactory aa w* mad fit.II. *. Mary Orc English' MI. n.."."." rapt on.

Thin plea..",l u* and tile faculty rise Phillip France Lamb, Harry .. Remember "'A1'.IUlAY. MAY 11,
: We can enlarge and color
i ... already hid the pleasure ofmakhtg1 Martin -' r "King of Jazz"
"
an order for the picture Third rra".UIe Fa* &lk. of kodak
II' rtnlng materlalaMr ("onata.I" Itoaa Polls, EW any your pictures. With Paul Whttenuu end his

."r manual training Intrnctoif win Cooper: j Heat the access''s greatest alngng -

promised to frame the Fourth graile-.Virginia porwyFllwbetli voice render Pong 01 the
'. yieture.'si awes **' they arrive M II..III. Laclll, Wed. Homestead Photo Studio I i>a..nand "MontereyKal"

The .following Ut 4Jt or the nor Belle Humphrlea, fouls,. t (or Jennie Lang .Tnentng 'I'"
like To Ito Thing Foe You
piet,n* %" r, preeet'lte41.PIa. Harrln, Clinton Bishop I tihlml .P'ThewSsas Are CowiIm .t
.*... Boy"-third grade i' Fifth grad*--Randolph Cavea Horne Building. ? Homestead, Fla *.'.The Wemrrn fpl: Anal ,

"Aw of Innocence..-flrat....d. Effl Booth Nina Pearl Buah ..- .. \ [ 'UewaM J. AkwkVt ..:.a_

Sean ot the trk'-flfto "r..d*. Ruby Oolar Mildred talus. Alta
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braday, April %, 1931. THE HOMESTEAD_ LEADER g Page Eleven .

.. '! 10... m : preaching Mrvtcee I _...J....:.

1n V Icrhe[ I IBA.1"TI8r and, League u 11 third a. ra tad Sundays and Intermediate tslO.(p,wick mj CLASSIFIED ADS r.. ,


111' at IU p. m.j prayer neoi l4.RATIDI
First tnrttoa let albs cuhewiiKtnt Inaerllone
i M Tilt: 9. tn. TuovdafPriitrrton ;
-' The Raw Percy 10 aline.
0 worth preach on the tint
I\n. C. nd third Sunday ot eachmenth
-no school 11 a. m. and T:10 p. m. FOR EXCHANGEWILL FOR" 3ALBFreh Honey, snags
?. pastors Bunday blossoms flavor. toe a..... Ate
III.. If U Mcllwaln. NTt-XtWiTAk 1 ,, hiving service for. bee twvee
dealt, Inching ** '! .. GttUkIl>-ho.. C C. Hanaborger. fcXCHANQB II-ft Mattb.wsCruiser B. a rullan. Florida at,. Fla
., p m B Y, P. tt .... for grave U RedlandDistrict
ltIo ? .r. Sunday school a. I:48.1 (rM II'.
and ilea J 11.
free
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(, Miss Myrtle
m. II and 7 41 .
at a. m : p
eat New end ... Campbell P U. line 114. Home
Yaang People meeting it
week W. M. atead MISCELLANEOUS
each ;,
? :45 Mld.We..k service Thursday
..
(log* every third I fzll p. m.
month at If 00 a'clock, WILL TRADE nice modern I.room
n STRAYED OR STOI.rN early te I x
alt Kamman. president ]rREfcnYTUUARnomnetnad bungalow for a good car Writ
?liar -Mor l.. ,-oraromtr most Hoc 1171 Station A. April, turkey hen with arced of "
TeMI MMiy to HI Son"! The R*.. John C. young Any Information ema-
letg .......lout "The) Bard.a : paetor Sunday school at corning them will be appreciate e
,1I I t the C'h.""...." :0' .. m.. J. )t. Holfwty. *,.... FOR IBEN'I br .Mrs. Krowhl'r Auto Tacorn
I hit* pnirrr ""koe wild Preaching at 11 a. m. *
month (.!',)
Nice
FOR KENT- apt. 13)
7Sedair"Iay etrning At May 1-Ifrnmon fctulrt "A
'Ik, I/wlah/ 50 will he... Wtnde Nestled ftoanfc' Mss Light, water, furnlehed Motfett PASTURE: FUR MllrS:..tl ,*r
Isar Air Bible. Mwly i I Uikilrr. will ping a niUNknlrttlnc apt month. flood grant, salt a4 -
of Poems ago by WanlXtriiliriM water, Item Henry JI.la.ma' *. It
s + CATHOLIC "Mranh Me and !fOR KENT-4 room apartment Mowry ", Same old pktco. ,'trr 'ft
g ? I Know My TtHmithlK, 0 00Rural unfurnished or furnlehed Mr. W. Mangum :
mutwl y
live
1I..a ot 110 N. rink, 8L
< rite .IAhhim Mary Mtnley yi.
Io Ianlad. thr Kev Alfred I' Kiinilajr. fpmljVMULH a
hem not for fhe Mitt Ann
o d. fuuitor MUll every day after Boater: by Ho HimMU4 .. FOR SALE BAnBhRINU*- late
\. | M t'" .,.c.pt Saturday I 1 I .<>m I.llMimHI this year the*.., II 8. W 9r<] Av*..-. kt>
..'
lit I lock la followed I ',...,'
iirfmHiln with Mothon Day, ONE MAN THAOTOnfl AND r
Aftlnn taM for all HELP A BLIND MANa tvogeiatC
I I via the aniimt Sunday In :S4OWEK8-Junt the ,thing for s
oo ,.rtah. Sunday maw ; hlmMf If you I.o.- > .m* chain
oI li'-follooid by benediction May Mr (Orkpk will'pn'a.Oa closely planted groves. Vo JU ....
IK-
thatfiived to I.
I a rniMin "n thai day enUtkxlmiw Roes. Silver ,Palm Orlve.I vr.It q4urnlture
dF lammed 1 sacrament.CHRISTI that I. I I....I..'" r
de ". ."
-Plii* (par 10) m
I to be repairedrct h.." \f'\
"Illre Kiuiiion Meet iHhcr :
&.14 5cnNCB: > .. the blind
. moAi 'ftH"f'I'rc. ;
' I sick-ems of agrlcularre are Invltsd '..ISTHN KOtK r' havo"aome the ..,It. ;
City-Oroaaway ahead do v 'hMd\'h "pmtitert
If I to ailmd amlnii on 'IIun.1"... lbckrrehr: bred ,.
Ia ;street Sunday school : Hint KunilnyMURPIirS. ) In ran 1n4"6. 1\fI'.
I" .. m. fop pupils under front dam with high egg production *: mAke old turn"" ..JyvA liMit'twnr '
ri ef a,.! morning service I record, aired by .male new All work wtd 1nR

o !.'clock. Wednesday I from dam with high egg pro L r..,.-z:..
tlhs whlcb tncludea dUL'tlOI.or...*. Have white: ,
,i of Christian a.lenoe h I : TRANSFER CO. plumage. yellow Irg. beak and tea-A.
.kin. Price two dollar each: ;
,
I:M clock., All are Room S McCrory ArcadeI
t.d ....mi4. : I now; will IIfI worth ten dollar CAM W" H->tflltlIn u4.Downer '
:I Hauling of Every Description by fall They are the ten dollar wanted Hr 'family apt I
e :
Prompt Service Phone III.R i kind. II lDnld. drive around three Write or M>a,J"r.LD."ra..non .
F Inll.'Q: or CIIKIST .. I I and sro IMm *n<\. thMr Jady( or Win.-Olt it, pate
':oraer of I I and mummy .A few yearling !/<>a'li>r. ...", .."t'A4. .
Io 8t. Bible rock for sake. *!", MwWdal* L
(lift1: in: communion. 11
. I farm Avocado t* aid RtolhirdRd -- .
\ : E. C. CHRONISTER 2 mile wait ot KomeAvo
o i1'a HALL
NEWT G.
J. F. Mayor '
CHVKCII OF OOU Plastering; Contractor I .

e flO, N. W. 'H I I soo 8.W. I it Place iloiliaPomcotdul i WILL SBLI OR TRAD& fir prop ) Notary iiiillv ,
,'. f re (
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Ha ; arty In Oorgln. Alabama ilr Ten. I II FIRM 1>!I"It.\" I AND.
school 9:411 B.
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ifllJda7 : : e. m.; .
I neeeee U good 3-G room houseis
by, superintendent. Pr I KINDIUh: IIVtHltdit
MEYER'l I Ir'h. I .good :nation In colored town.All I
m 111 a n, end I.00 pm. : .. : 1)I.t ":'\I1'1 CORj>
II lr( I and reled: I also' 111
:eeclery 7 m,. J. II. l> i ImM'r.T DIt.OWN
: ; :: have two Road I"" *. .n whale I.I l
der' I and
. 001 I workers' moetlnir* S I ': : .1 :.1'.' I .mi n. \\rll. TI"'x 1:11. 1X011 SS N. Krc. A," <
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Page Twelve % THE HOMESTEAD LEADER Thursday, April 30, 1931.

"-- replied'' Arrber.
HOMESTEAD HIGH i "\Via,, ttert .b....." remarked
SCHOOL NOTES. \ 4etold, tt Mow act that **r'W
....,.....-..,--..-.- \1 .te after i
(Continued From Page :Ton) achoei J epNiin't Ipehthem. EST'S."j
." wee AI't'tI.ri dtsmel an.swat. W
t.At'.iH AWHII.lv: WITH M. It H. .
AiklrMM Tnlutow Owr P gMra.
"Hobort" paid Mhw P.te,....*. Webb (etspayThII
"eicfl you irtvo 1.1.11O..u,.* away .:Oar BU word far
tuM"irddnwt" word the MUM M bwtlur'-' .
raw
.ttr*old Robert Rohnr with t_ IM kan-"T... ...... Ifl
... *'! didn't think they the None dot." *
numbw-K" hoiuvo In thorn d.r ." I UlM a I-..- GROCERY,
Nmareet 3Iaakin. I Billy wan waking Apt tiNt trip
rtoU-VWbo I* the onto t- to the be rbei'.
nat mn living "How da you want your hair
One Hobson ThomM A. eul t" lie Wile ..k... 11 WEST MOWRY STREET HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA .,
Kdtoom H. Invented tie phony "Uko Daddy* with bolo In ,
graph and nw radio M people tho top."
.rapid cup U1 all bight and use Holllo Borrow WM asked If he '
tip ohotrle light (taboo." know any school ntw* Ho re.\ Cash Specials ?
plied "MlttonMcd mk and
(10480"/w" ...., Georg Barnes spent Sunday evening -
"..'kl_!omo from school and his -t tho smith residence." Wowotder .
.."'"'_. appearance attracted If th.f. now! For Friday, Saturday and Monday, May, 1, 2 and 4 ,
the tl.1I't101'o.t' a kind hearted old On. of tho Smith' upon reading -.I
/ the above tald "Holllo Burrow
"What I* troubling you, my .frnhlo spare time ot theLehman An Independent Merchant 10 Years of Home-Town Service .
n. fnanr' she uk.4. tit-I I ronldoneo." Wo don'tconsider -
1 "Dynpopiil l.. and ". that "..,..'' .11'1I.... I toI

I SYRUP, Pansy 65'c SUGARS :T48c

I Gallons ....... .. ..... ............. l :
=: : : =:

I SNOWDRIFT .49c MEAL, Water Gr'nd 17C ';

FORDRELIABILITY 3 Ib. can ............................... 5 Ibs. for ,
CRKAM ITTCHKH AND fit'UAR HOWL FKFK: \

PORK & BEANSTAiONLT* 6e LARD, 2 Ibs..only.. ..24c


bars. .lie RICE, Whole Grain 'o 4Y 25c 'I
I


TWO (One 11FLOUR I 1 BALLARD & 241b Bag.. .....81c121b.Bag..J3c
lesotw..wj BALLARD
I BLUE GRASS :

i I SELF RISING 6 Ib. Bag.._...25c


j Fresh Stock 17c SALMON He

I Site, \............ .................. Pink

MILK tall cans only 81c Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. kl5c

I Tomato Soup ESZ.* 10ft 5c
O'lI.Y
Dog Food, 3 tall ,cans ..29c
Long hard use shows PEACHES 2 VI r.:5c .

the value olgool'naterla's I Crackers, N. B. c. "ONLY; "' 25c van ; 15c


and !I MATCHES FOR ON;Ya' .lOe 24 FLOUR lb. hair ,only Pillsbury........... ..... .. QQr


simplicity of design ,, COFFEE 1\Iaxwellllouse lb. 31c COCOA, Hersheys Sr-SS 1" c.


EVERYWHERE Lear report of the good CORN BEEF 25c
you go you 1Qr
performance and reliability of UM Fort?. I CORN, SWEET % Yam E; IO; Value for only.......... .. :

On owner t rite The Ford Tudor Sedan Ism i I I CATSUP value only lOc
)it'o.aCAN. ,
driving hat covered 59,300 miles through all kind PEAS, English, vat ,,iklO C -
of weather. It U still giving perfect satisfaction" r GRITS, Pillsbury"utur.: 15c

Another owner describes 0 trip of 3217 mile. LARD 8 lb.for bucket 97C BEETS;CHERRIES, CORN; APv

In 95: hour over bad road and through heavy rain PLE SAUSE, SPINACH, ENGLISH

and elect to the mountain "Throughout the en. Coffee,fresh ground, Ib. 19c PEAS, FRUIT SALAD PEACHES t
tire trip," h. write, "tbo Ford performed exeelleaUy CRANBERRY SAUCE, BOSTON
and no mechanical trouble of Had : BROWN BREAD, GRAPES29 i'
any C
u:5c <
I TOILET PAPER ONVALI YOUR CHOICE, 3
was experienced. The shatterproof glass undonhledlj <

,. saved u* from serious Injury when a
prairie chicken struck the wfndthieU while we I PRODUCE DEPARTMENT

were traveling at 63 mile an hour." i Carrots ..cnF"15cExtra
: He dI and Oranges 20c Beets, or TurilipsR>
See the nearest dealer and have him give; ademonstration
you doz....... .....
: large per ONIONS extra fancy
ride fa tie Ford. Then,from year 4c

.n pertoMAl :xperfcn,>you win know dial it Lb. ....... .... .-.-...-....-..-.-...--- ...-.m..
brings. yea rvrythng! you want or need la a motor I APPLES JI:I % i
.af>at a* wraMiaDy low price.. _.
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MEAT DEPARTMENT

I Butter, Brookfield '29c Brisket Stew ,wS_:"Oxty"; 25c

LOW FORD PKIC : S943O Or Cloverbloortt.. Ib. .............. NUCOA n Ib.,- -I8c

CHEESE,full Ib.] 20c ,
.b it :)
to G30 cream Bacon" Ureaffist l LB. 30c .
;
I Sausage: Swif i :" 15c: .

(t. .. pofroft flu. /rW,*l .., sp.ra Mr* OJtlr o* let *..l. 1.* ton kr e F.rWor _. wllITf.BXCOW----- Circle S ,__.. ...
.own deww peT'c'" --ii,..."I Ami*ftIft I _
.. ... ..... t/. m' ,>iMo"' ) Feed Credit" Cwvor Flow J -/ Ifte I SPARE RIBS, Ib.. ... .15c '

., "';4 ,<' ; .,, I P R1IT pg2tr; e PORISIIOULDERy 18c

'.,". ", ,0 ,. The bat, I lb.. _.............. or whole, Ib............... ... .
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