The leader-enterprise

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The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title:
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title:
Leader enterprise
Place of Publication:
Homestead Fla
South Dade Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 17, 1937
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
25.471189 x -80.468122


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).

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University of Florida
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AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
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Homestead leader
Preceded by:
Homestead enterprise
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Homestead leader-enterprise


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ACRES OF Week-end Dance and Midnight Movies
7,441 I
Hold Hopes for Christmas Cheer Fund SALARIED CONSTABLE SEEN!

POTATOES :ARE Contribution to the Christmas stead Country Club tomorrow .

Cheer fund are arriving slow'y night, sponsored' by the Junior IEDASROBBERIESINGROVESECTION

and the required foil of more than Woman Club, also la expectedto

three hundred dollar] nredsd to draw a record crowd. The club

IN THE GROUNDSouth bring Santa Claw to torn 130 management U donating the danoe
families In the Redland District floor and the only expense will REMAIN UNSOLVED J

I li not ret In sight T. E. Kirby, be for the orchestra. Mrs. Stanley

chairman of the joint civic com Wittkop has charge of ticket .
Dade's Planting Increases mittee said yesterday Week-end ales and Min Pearl Whitaker I* ---

1,000 Acres entertainment, however, are expected chairman of the dance committee. Fee Officers Can Not Afford I
i ir I
Over Last Year : to add substantial sums to The Homestead P.-T. A..hasbeen Extended Detective -
the mull balance now In the custody -
promised supplies for 43
:* I of Miss Pearl Whitaker committee Work
families by the Miami Empty; \WILCOX PUTNAMTO

OTHER FARM CROPS I treasurer. Stocking fund, and the Redland

SHOW DECREASE First on the program ii the ben- P.-T. A. hat been promised 2$. BE DISCUSSEDA TO INVITE SHERIFFTO

V ____ ] efit bridge party to be given for 0wiU be furnished by the, SUGGEST PI.AN
the fund by the Sacred Heart Club WPA.
Tomatoes, to Fall Below in Its clubrooms adjoining the !

Last Season'3 Acreage; I Catholic Church at B o'clock tonight -; Redland Homestead District Rotary Lions Club Club have and I special meeting of the board of In Meantime, Shotgun Be-
directors of the Redland District
Big Cut in Beans Everyone U Invited. I given 129 each to the fund, and' Chamber of Commerce has been I lieved Most Effective

.r 1 I Tickets are on sale for the midnight (Continued on Page Five) called for 3 p. m. today to consider for Grove Thief
"Hell Divert tomorrow ---
After several weeks of hectic among other things, what
at the Seminole Theater.
planting with searchlights guiding action should be taken with respect More police protection for the
All day Saturday the Girl Scouts!WELFAREBOARD\
powerful farm machines throughthe to an article In the current
disposing area will be sought by the
will aid the committee
by grove
night and field labor working' Issue of Collier's magazine, wherein -
double.shifts, the entire 19J7Mcrop of ticket through street OPENS OFFICEIN Nina Wilcox Putnam tells the Redland District Lions Club which

of Irish potatoes is In the' sales. Use of the theater end I world that the country "South from discussed the question freely at Its

ground' Few more acres will beset I film are donated for the cause Miami" Is "literally miles and regular session In the Lion Den
later would and attendants will give their! ARCADE Illi"REl rite
M planting bring: mile of nothing and that on Tuesday.
1\111..Dade crop on the market withs services would not have believed such i
: >p.Castings section. The benefit dance at the Home-; a small town as Homestead could Carl Wagner, principal ol Red-
I laadachools. broached the subjectoPwfder
....,According to data compiled by, The district welfare oo Mjas "smell so loudly { law enforcement In the

.o Counjr,Agent Charter. SteHanl: opened.,aa office In George W. Tumor, presidentof He mentioned the
f"* the planting this season' totals 40 ASK PLACES take care of South Dade'. 'WPA the chamber of commerce who rural recent sections robbery of the school ,gymnasium -

'lN'acres' to date. No leas than applicant, applicants for old age called the meeting for today, did depreda.tons .
and other
$ ; I pensions and application for pen not what measures If
if7 cars of seed poUtoU'were required -, ONPROGRAMOF predict any In and private home
:..' to plant the cast glades signs for the blind a* well aa boys might be taken to counteract the which grove itlll unsolved Paymentof
area between Franjo and Florida and girl who would enroll for unfavorable publicity or the alleged are who
City. The figures represent. an A IATEURHOURi NTA work and boys eligible for smells n was learned unofficially salaries to constables obtain now
fee when they
increase of approximately 1.000 I the CCC. Applications for surpluscommodities I however, that one or a
conviction, would lead to better
acres over last season's record : also may be made two directors planned to suggest
total of 6,900 acres of the I Amateur night In the Neva King! here. I,that Mrs Putnam give advance protection from this source. Mr.

county. Cooper School auditorium this The office which I* located at notice of her trips down this way Wagner believed. A special officer

Harvesting of the crop will enti"'l evening U expected to disclose:' the rear end of the McCrory Arcade I Iin future so that fertilizing of on alary time could tracing afford clues and to
hitherto pond more
of local
a variety talent will be from I till I be suspended and fertilizer -
early la January, and reach Its open crops may arrests would follow, heAid.
unsuspected 'by the general pub more
peak about thirty 'd'aYI later.I each Tuesday and Friday, 1 I factories and warehouses .
lic, Mrs. Margaret Mills, school >
Planting date digging announce Mrs. CatherineArgo drenched with perfume during her
govern music instructor and stage manager 1 Florida Avocado and Persian
operations as the variety of tuber who ha succeeded Miss passage 'south from
grow here With so much success! In said yesterday.: I Elizabeth Cooley u director of "It I* a strange country between Lime Growers recently voted a

the past mature In about sevtnty- About forty application for District 8. The city is providing Miami and Homestead," she writes ISO reward for information leading
a place on the program have been to the arrant of fruit thieves, Law-
five day The beginning ot I office space and lights.Mrs. "Literally mile and miles ot
filed, and more may com in be- rence Pope, association director,
nothing Flat and brownish
March should mark the final stage Evelyn W. Sanders, senior
the entries close at noon today. said. While this offer might help
farming country with
of the northbound movement visitor and kin. C. L. Ooley, Junior green a
Adults as well a. school children I I I the situation, h* thought the old
endless fields, rivaling those of I
No reliable estimates of the also visitor have been placed In
of thil1tar'l tomato crop are avail will compete for t five dollar prizeoUe..d charge cf the office Mrs. Argo Kansas In site But there are shotgun method of greeting marauders
for each of the two was itlll the most effective
able yet, but It Is generally believed croupI'l I said and all applicant who live no houses anywhere. Reaching
the acreage will fall slightly Wm E. Rheney I south of Kendall are expected to j I Homestead, she and her husband I II preventatlve

below that of last season, when Homestead Rotary Club will act come here. I found .It to be a great clearinghouse Rep. H. E. Overstreet .igrecd
t' master of ceremonies for foodstuffs and"my with Mr. Pope's conclusions, and
11,000 acre were planted. Pine-
If the welfare cases In this part
The event 1* sponsored by the j various
land tomato is smaller than oh my how it smelted of fertilizer outlined difficulties the
acreage of the county cannot be handled
last year and the yield hat not art and music department to purchase I would not have believed such a (Continued on Fag Four)
i in two days I week, the office will
band music and art supplies "
small town could smell so loudly.
been en glog.slihouat| + prices I
be kept open more days a week,
I Among the acts entered are a
-hang"g4atity< < fruit have held They pushed on through Homestead -
Cuitis E. Lee, South Dade member Birthday Ball Hans
military tap dance by Hubert and
aa "W. were"hungry And ill
at level. j '
a profitable;
of the district welfare board,
An experiment In planting early Bobby Nichols. Donald Neeley, the eating place had been closed." To Be Made Saturday
said in announcing the opening .
Dale Faust and Billy Hutchinson;
(Continued on Page Five) I This In spite of the fact that her -'--
of the office. Fifteen negro
-- novelty number by Stanley Witt-I trip obviously was made during Definite plans for the Pre "lknt'*
kop; song by Mildred Green, song youths are expected to be certifiedat .
in Instruments the daytime birthday ball to I* given nt th'
$300 under NYA for work
ones on
and dance by Angela Ferllto: song Homestead Country Club Saturday .

'For ILILS. Band ArriveThe by Mrs ita"; accordionand the negro recreational building Indicted Negro Caught night, Jan 21 ,Mil be made
Randolph Notice win be given when CCC
at a meeting to be ,Id Saturday
three hundred dollar worth Caves and Virgins Walker.; Impersonation applications may be made. Back at "Shine" Still In the chamber of commertx, ntlce \-

of orchestra instruments wr ..n of Ginger Rogers and Preston B. Bird local ,'h,.Ir-
the county; school 1- card purchased Fred Aitalre by Lonnle Home and Bill Arthur AppointedTo I Caught In the act of "cook g" man, said yesterday

tat Homestead Hlh School-cor- Ardel Parman; tap dance by Billy U. S. Naval AcademyWm. a batch of moonshine whiskey at Mr. Bird said sUU.nv.ev raised

mt trumpet, upright bass, set of Jacobs; Hawaiian song by II his IIOaUon.tlU about two miles this ear from the birthday
drums and French horn-}, 'v* Spencer; song with guitar by DavId northeast of Homestead, Robert :ball throughout the nation would
rived and practice has begun. Miller, piano solo by Frances A. Arthur ion of Mr. and Griffin, Homestead I'.fo, waa'' toward national foundation
ar.J '[0 a new -
The Rutland Mrs. A. F. Arthur of turned over to federal authorities '
following form the ; recitation by Virginia for the of fighting
tra: violin, Alt Webster, : ; Hobson; song by Virginia Hilliard; has received one of Jlollltlteld.j In Miami yesterday. He 1* already ,Infantile partly purpose, -1Jf_ of it will
Pearl Bush, John and Robert Kuhn, song and dance by Shirley Smith; ments to the United under Indictment for I previous : used locally

Julia Lucas, Betty Jane )'leybemjc1arlnetll' ; song by Joe Mlntretta; tap dancIng -f Academy at Annapolis similar offense t.10 t --
; Lucille West, Billy Walton by a trio..-Donald Neeley, suit of his high rating In competitive The Arrest was made by Constable

; trumpets Howard West Don Elaine King ." ; Ardel Penman; test given spplica,its from the J. M. Scarborough lot Csy. TIRE 1 j.AT11EROff"

Hone, Henry Dodson, Willard Norman long by Jack Catlln; song by I fourth congressional district. It immigration officer, and Bowling
;comet, Hubert Smith, Bruce Mary Radford; piano solo by Ma- was announced this week by Congressman O. Dye, Hoipes lead\ policeman and "68"M Pere it se a.a NO

Scott, Jack Rucker; French horn, dens Gilmer song by uellegeneJullard J. Mark Wilcox. special deputy sheriff. The officers ,

Johnnie Little Con Lucas; upright ; duo tap dance by. Lavon Arthur now attending BulllsPreparatory were hunting quail when they Dab tMaxMba| Era) Ralsi

bass, Edward Tomerlin; saxophone Stamper and Mildred Ferryman; School near Washington 'noticed amok in a nearby ham :Dec. 10 > 74 1 J4I 130071

Preston Bird, Edward election by Everglades: String D. c.. was a student at Homestead mock: and lievestigrt Dec, u ._. i n i it iso.isj

Ktrby; drums Jimmy McConnell; Band Robert Gn/bbs 4 Harry I High School year. His Another: negro who WM helping II;Dec. U I 173 ] M | J

and xylophone, Teresa Radd. HID; tone ty Joy Peters; song bj appointment, like *U other, I* Griffin escaped through the jungle :TV r II |179 [ 41 ISO.I*

More pupils expect to get In- romerlin and Dodson; song by ,conditioned on his passage, of the Hit will shortly be apprehends i r W I 52 ISOiOJ/

strjottots for Christina, sold Mrs. Dolly Bamattr and tap dance by I entrance) examination of the naval the auhoritlc ..,. Ten r-n 75 I I30KIOJ9

Margaret Mills, director cfmutte, Richard aM Jra.tlsgler. academy of mash were destroyed. 71 I U 130.131


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Pan .Two THE LEADER ENTERPRl Friday, December 17.1987 ''J.I .

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I I =rice being mesdames by tV .-..
Christmas | Chaa Turner Elected
:' H.IL& Team Work, cranrt oadM sriaaHiHon.Productton 1
Comes D 22'of : Worshipful taste
Program << credit asaortilxiaiimake ;

i Defeats Beach and ;, I OF FARM CREDIT leans. to Lumen far general --.--

i Swamps Delray Hi, n. named eyrieas ...--i ,CrtculUiral purJII Ift,. iadudlaf Cbarlos O Terser seas eloelnworahlpftjl

the .. ndsy achaot ., .. Furor CMPPROCRESSby farm repairs equipment. fanclng.porchue master of Royal

___ Duelist Church of Hommtead wHI! of Hvajtoek and other lodge Ka. Ita r AM. at

j linnratsad No school. bslrtlaes ..1 I be brill to re eMnah Wednesdayecvob& ',Items raquirmt short term 0- annual electron of offln in ttv

coselssad Ihelr ......: .- nanrmg. Mr. roaster pointed out ,
Dee. !t. at TtM Homestead Mat rot>m. !last
t .rent ......, ..... by do-.1I ( Committee tor the atcaotoa ldt.i i Sptradid ncveds ate befog male at aa interest rate of live par cent day DiehL

hose Mors BeedI mp 1-111 the awdoiUoji credit: aamcsbo Intrr st LI charied i
tftGaWttaMal OMMMRff-. DCMTCM I per anmMB
I Chosen to am with him for (hjnMln
I If a game pigged on .e BeedaI China; 0.-- sae oeowAft$.t aininia.acnirdta. toT. A. only for the ttm I the Urmer itaalry year were A. R. Uvm(

aaoM' Ilia bedssr Saint Ie.e ., ., has the borrowed.
:___ Can and pnpaan coosmove. reader" -.e-I. asaaber money ton senior warden; S G W
i peelfeeiany gams Hweeslead's BI i Mrs. Chaa aUrtta. Urs. a. tile tan of dwecton of the Miami'The aMociatwa es tUtcUy; cooperative junior wardsn; Preston B. Bird
teas tart r Willow Deses I. Tom ofhe and members (et the benefit
J. Dais load Mn. Vaan
f PtodMtton OMdrt AaooctatMW. who treasurer; W B. Caves. secret
trine 14-U. of _de.
---j( primary aDd befteaen' dpaitaatats. *- any profit Appointive offices will be flll
I la the mww genie recently! attended a croup meeting:
/ MM. Bert Andrew The Miami Beset: conference later It
t toad got the lead :Un. a A. Vest and Mrs. J B.INfamd of director of the: Bndcnton.. Jack Mares talks by Prendrnt Ernest
ft war There will be a Joint installs
few MtoMte play
ffrst of Ife* wader sad fater- _nile. Miaou. Orlaada Citrus, Graham and Secretary J E4.m
Lion of Homestead officers
a field foal node by McMiehad seed to departmtaU. sad Mrs. S. Plant Cal sad ffaaliad auocuitiom Toddy of the Production Credit,
awes iWtacpaahed. It. At the hose of Palma Vista Lodge No. 135
newer IL .. Mrs. C. M. Walker awlJeaalnct add at Uatmi Btacn. Corporauon J of Columbia Threported !/
end ., fee ralf tile score was .-*.1 ; Naranja in Homestead oa
A. BehwtekJ of the aralor -, Brports jaajmlMid at the awei that all of the M auoIdattons -
and at the ad ., tt* third quarter -' 27.
department Lag iadmto that an of the *mocMtians -:I In the third district conprumg '

M} to Hometea favor I I Everyone to welcome to mm, represented have shown the states of North Caro- ---;,

y Each team mad tare to In* procnav aa -.- ill number memba Ima. South Carolins Georgia and worth of Claw B stock la the a*.

Ntaeteea fouls eommtttedby and .-- of bur!*- Mr rear rioruli 7/i>n ,n"ICII.lent XId"lOIt soaations nd tnt ',. januatiomi,'

I fee Besets boys eight or sine. irv ,id, team a*aging tie appr end U>at (a1"lle'I'lf (h* f. ui iUU now have reset a xcest of '
j. of them to the bat gentler when ;#
CONSERVATIONHEADSFORDADE dauca M bit Cans: tog he ser r man in rice: it f'_OCOOOO JJOO.WKI ,
they mad desperate attempt* to
break ua the am*** ham*>ofk I

f ., Ac. tocah.. netted wine potets

from free rows for ItonMstead ,.

l The Bench hors famed dI points:

from foul t'row Little bad B. : APPOINTED

: Retry bo-,":>d up at vrary pant i

and the "-.. players posted
the ball.Ij around :amswg tbsetrefires i .
fat about ta they ......... j Local .arars 11 o.Poo -
j operation of Ux !:3Yservstitn
1 la a Kame with Defray Beach program n ''. '. ,
played bare bat aegtir .
rave brca steeled ..
I : IT i .r. *
Homestead HUh na a topless .
dine meetings la a!,a'n' c. .
score of M petals at ajakoatt
uses HOMMtCML A* *TJtPt5T dfcjr
I for tfc* rMtora, Coach Bitter .
Clarks H. Steffani conn'% arinritaril <
ubstotuted fee** ta the feat two
sprat the I quarters and too of tin field baskets :
earn chases wn a* follows
\ scored by Defray were mad I 1 1 ,
Uuscftead William WUDi -
against the secoad-atnnaM'B. UtUe. -t J
white chabnaa Tom Kurt:
Homestead enter took Booting -i i f
1 R L. Cook and J. Hook
hooon with 11 pout, followed
.Coukto Luthtr L. (h aadles.
I closely by McDuuel with 1C Thelocale ; r
'chairman A. f Arthur John W
were w1.:out the ser Vic es ot
1 Campbell and George Cooper
Randolph Cares du to death la
Miami George T Cook cash
ate fanulyHoneftvaai.
I uaa H. L. Cox GIq Vachftettei
8 tram defeated I
and C. Was d.I .
Andrew Jackmi High ., Miami I
I I i The last named oa eacS' corn- r
IB a (am* that preceded the f
mine to as alternate mrmbf h
_ Tanityli entomttf with Dvlray I!t
Officials of the county soil cooervatioa .
I Beach Friday eight At Miami:. aawciatioa will be _.'- ..r
Beach Wednesday slight the local'
s later meeting and via aanaae
B tram appeared to be suffering
ell from the three local groups \\.t-
tram aw and ...,* fright at the
the duties of a governing board oa
: fat of the Beach fynBajMiin. with
t I.... I. County Agent Steffan.
mar or loot aaratyiiBC efferU.MIXISTXKS .
I* secretary of the aaneiatUf UItKn.

I Use TweedeB tin coc: me
I TO CUT Ttrsor
to act M treasurer
Tb Itodhnd DMrfct Ministerial
UmitoUoB of acraac and Abet
Association win have a centreddM
j details of the It3 federal program -
/ hmefcmn:! meeting at 11JO:
an briBe worked out :ode
: dock TWnaay at the horn of
at the state conference of K ,: rat
: the Rrr K. L Nation pastor of .. .
offidate Senwhkh
:semlioa In r
the Prosbyteeion t Claude of Homelaad. :
I is being attended b> '
t All pastors and their .
Steffaai and several rae-uber.
wives an IImte4.I .
the Dade County; group I IOt.treow


BtffWrred o.c.-tnII
llTK.msrVattie >

mom "WWOK O..rd M k.9 $.lr aanoM suicis"M
s..Ian I to U BoomsCaadTUcCrory

Clued.bwdays Arcade !I ,.


Free Parking Space Saturday710totoam BIRD CHEVROLET COMPANY
MAIM omcfcmt ,
I n" re W. MTU rr. kouo w. natter, ....... nn.fhaaea S

noSE $ \LiDR. : >-UU-C-TUX ; Phone 9& Homestead, ?>. .

Dr. L IT. ......... JHas. Uti 1 I '1
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DI.\ A. BERGER t 1

Let Ckrlitaia A : Fertilizers Seeds Insecticides
: I DentistFirst i it Rotors tack Mists

trtk a a scnani ,

t National Bank I BOYS' LIFE I',

Building for Fall
} I loa w..I arious"pwmt II III CropsWe

I Offer hours 830-1:30 for all b.qs

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7..w. ter .

I .. -.11", tie,.1M t have a fresh supply of Stokes', Simons', and Lan-

..... La trill a.12 .-. 'I,
TROPlCAt. : 1 1M dreth's Tomato Seed. Also Peat Moss, Goat and

: MONKEY JUNGLE warts a c !::: 001; Sheep Manure for Pine Land Planting-And be sure

: MjMjrjCgfmTMK&r vr vwj .,.Hh. .......$1 I to use Redland Brand Fertilizers if you want results. f

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MU >va cHtla Vd Is 0
i Florida East Coast
,lOT scours of AMOSCAS I Fertilizer Co.

AIUftSSJOH M* Park At%, !<*w Twrfc,K. T.1( Manufacturer Redland Brand Fertiliztnnxrnc

with thin ad l tnjUrea r.* llikr *f !.,.. Life '
1M MuaS ,..* beat: Scant .Hie* DISTRIBUTORS
a te..M l j it FRANK B.
RIM Mts. HOAESrZAle" 1'1.I.

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Friday, December 17,1937 TRE.LEADEt.ENTERPRIS : ,. Paw Three
I I prisoner, while Attorney J. Episcopal'Pastor Was "

WIT AND HDHORUNRESTRAINED I,lion Williams single-handed.conducted. the line pro JC.1) 17 Years in Far North NEwr G.BALL J

contempt of court, meted out laconically Notary P>t Ue ,
j by Judge Harris for Th Rev. Thorn M. Melrose.
'such allows as luring words oft I In Homestead re- KDiDEED UWZS
AT LEGION TRIAL'Unrestrained i'more than two syllables that would I many M supply pester fort IS N. Know Ave. lE
I UK the comprehemton of Homestead -
-- I intellect, brought a total 011 1 ......'. Episcopal Church. wu
wit and humor Lit Into a "kitty" which upon too!j far 17 years an Episcopal\ missionary .r You TEAS I 1 1n n
marked the "trial" of Wm. J. Oaronlmo -' by Mr. Mincer was turned over In Canada's far northwest
adjutant of Johfl G. Sal- to th' Homestead Christmas I IfUlid. ;where the temperature falls to 70 I awed never U delayed If yen a
lay Post, American Legion, at the' Former Mayor Proton B.!1 degree below MTO. He ministered 1I .
Homestead Legion hall Wednesday 13.ix! bet vet as associate judge but I to his parish of 2,000 square miles NATUMLGAS I
night In the presence of members enjoyed no immunity from fine on horseback: sled, skis and snow !
from practically every post Lv. \ .rtue of hj office. I I shoe*. "; General
in Rode ('!',.rty ; nd a large rep- !,:O..,' turpitude, impot.Ticey: and: He has been in tic! United States 11'011 call cook regularly even'
resentRtit .' fade ex-r, i I vice mer. t-"c terns that drew fines for;: Him Tar,.. and Oklahoma at a' j Public Utilities
As hsd rji'ru expec C,1: l'v bi, jutant, who is also ;,i>iv'r' oil,,">. ;.." ,'I) 10'\"" Ju1((t'. r'l I Church. He WM stationtdr Homestead Phone US-H
and finance of'ippr of I''i" ->.it nim --- -- ---- the loft three yean in Orlando,
police nuiihal of Flo-da! Cl'y' a' '" M. E. Young People Meet where Mrs. Melrose and their .1J1
found guilty a(. ho' too At Gamber liome MondayA ; children still are located. Want Ads Pay-Try Them
offices, wonrln! ? his Legion can Although born In Durham, England -
backwards, and falling: : to take I program on "Words and Vo'W Mr. Melrose la quite Irish.
the local post's wreath to the I w:s liven Monday evening bv the, His parents, natives of County
hurricane monument dedication young ample of the Hi>m te Ml Cork were visiting in England I
service at Mat.'cumbe. Mayor Tom' Methodist Church at their prayersrvice when he arrived on the scene unexpectedly Annie Mayhcw'Fitzpatrick
Harris of Homestead acting at meeting at ate honir of be ..,... He migrated
Judge, sentenced Mr. Gerontmo to Mr. Oeo.D. Oambcr. U's and I
and Ura. u> Canada when a lad, itttdled
Graduate Oberlin and
stand treat for refiwhmens at ties Helen field was leader at the medicine but later transferred "hit Conservatory RoyalConservatory
next meeting! of the post and to'' c'cctinc ,,ambitions to the ministry and was t I
bring a bouquet of flowers to each I Those present were: Mr. and ultimately ordnined. His medical of Leipzig I
Of the next three semi-monthly I I Mrw Lloyd Field Mr. and Mrs. knowledge was useful many times
meetings. I William Nolan RJUa l Attorney Sam McCahlU of MIami Miss Nella Souls Miss Betty ltlt' 1- northwest as a missionary. ,
was assisted by Assistant I rds. Miss Marjorie Moscr. ,'!>..' Mr. Melrose is staying at the
County Solicitor Glenn C. MJicer i'Antoinette Moye, Alas Field and home of Miss Jennie Lobdell, rear) Kcdlind Road, Near Biscayne Drive Phone 1422MANN'S
In the unsuccessful defense of the ?ti 5. Comber. the church.
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I' Ra< Four THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday., December 17, 193'%

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( THE LEADERENTERPRISEPublished I FROM OUR MAIL BOX I cinders, on the fiery rim of velum not ready and halve ohcr in states California andas
but thundering -
one many
I Fridays at Home. : -" o. !i: various parts of the world f D. Pkh. v,.
stead ru, by the South DadePabliabtng I : for School Movie EquipmentTo i : --------.....
j Cow: Urge P.-T. A. Drive ai we did Mondayemng'
f Give Pupils Advantage of Visual Education I We saw in biology the minute. TIMNKS! '
I We \' 1,11 I to <0'.1' < our grW
BEN ARCHER: ..__ Editor ':imiiiblt developing process of ful cppu .alien it Ol' i 1.1e beautlM
\ UARJORU, LEACH ARCHER Editor Leeder-Enterprtee: timber and grasses, rivers, animals seed and plant and animal revealed flowers and I'w P. 1\ kindnetttf
.. ._.... ..._ Associate Editor Just ao I can tell everybody, may I II and people of Africa were almost I as clearly as the face of a shown u> dllll"1 Ll1. recent t*#
claim enough space to say that as real as if we had actually! made clock. reavement in the I looof our hSf,
Entered it aeeend class mad the P.-T. A. program Monday I the long trek In penon I Yes I hope the P.-T. A. will band and uncle J +'
Matter March I, 1111. at tae pod| evening at the school auditorium i We saw a geology film. How 'Homestead, Dee 16, 1931. MR AND MRS J W SU
1 allies Homestead... Flat.ids. under was a delight and a revelation? many of ua will In reality get a :, drive relentlessly for visual equip MRS M J SLOAN ;(

the Ml ef Much I. 1171._ In directing attention toward the ___ ___ J\
education value of sound films ...
RIB PRICE $...* A TEAR the P-T A. permitted a

taking tIon.One glimpse of science bl't'lth-r SEARS, ROEfitJCK: AND

hesitates to Mt limit or
RURAL POLICEContinued boundary to the malting
matt of this new art in
for already it li an art of exquisite liami's Gi'EaIESI TOYland
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perfection In fact It la marvelous I
law enforcement agencies' face in and revolution ry. If I were a !
getting enough evidence In grove teacher or the P.-T. A. I wouldn':
thefts to gain a conviction In court. atop until thii mighty Implement I Store hours Saturday Night and all next week 9:30 a.m. to 9.COp.m.
Sheriff D. C. Coleman will be I(I became a part of our school system :
Invited as a dinner guest of the I I available not only to the boya
club in the near future at the suggest and girls but to the parent and''
of William I. risk The ..
on other adult u well I ..
i enliiL situation will be explained We saw a history film "The G.lAN .
to Sheriff Coleman at that time I Ptalnaman'. No historical writing Q .1 AVTOL\TIC ",
and l I... will be asked to suggest a could possibly approach in ettect-I I g
plan for widening the scope of his iveness this presentation
off M.. in the south end of (the cuun- ,:I subject. Our pant, from pioneer I Q o ; 1 39c

ty. beginning reappears in tight and
Hem y Ruegg. Redland grove de- send, a living. throbbing pageant': .
vek>|N.i:, was the principal speakeron that arouses a breathless pride and o llkiol stilted.,..
the program He outlined the patriotic emotion in the onlooker. I. 1 ,4 Wind..... I Idra-
Am-i scan urge to leave old scenes What child could toil through the 0 ewelst ar.
I and push forward to new and dumb ages of written history with EJ flint bsseb
more fertile fleWa. Until the put wan vivid pleasure i .
t few years. South Florida has been We taw a geography film Monday j
practically a new frontier and pre evening To those prefect,I THRILLING t-HOLI MAIN STREET BUSY
old pioneer spirit of adventure to the deserts and mountains, the SKILL !BALL GAME NEAT, MEDIUM BRIDGE WITH MOTOR
lamely responsible for the growing II I -
I population and modern con- Robert MacDonnefl. Jack Peter I 40e SIZED BLOCKS 1.00

Millions now found everywhere In and H. O Thurman. w .p Pee ash...... low Is"o.
I the Redland District, Mr. Ruegg D R Snyder of Redland was fim ht ,ales Thne IH-ta. mM ...... end s. ens mtaalea
said I accepted ai a new member of th* I .. weed bags I* ke nM) M* l 95c edam..s lUa
I Health-giving climate and opportunities club and was presented with a 244"k
for making money werenot ,
Llona pin by Eerie Middleton, .
.1., sets -
the only reasons for the *xtrnqjpe district
j deputy governor .noise II animal
settlement of South Dade Songs by Mrs. Lloyd Dietz mez- of susbea boom.r .
by intelligent persons from other xoioprano of Florida I City, accompanied .acUtI II
I tatr4 Work and the game also bv Mn W M Johns, I Me, _
f r ware ,JpctntivOT, Mr. Rueu aaldH ,comprised the entertainment pro-
f ugw/i eutov Won of a niighborl ttaro. r r r 'may
and unselfish spirit wnhln '
the mmunlty, and cited the usual :4 MOTORHI.PLANE .
I Ij
J unh ,p|) ni'ss of wealthy men who I .
j spend I their money only for their MUSIC z .b I f
owl' i.'UusurcA I MONNa VT
offer by President George
I CDlI1'i i to donate suitable coconut for all occasions DIONNE QUINS 49c %
I pain fni the clubs contributionto COMPLETE TABLE SET I'
(i I the landscaping of the Roddey ORCHESTRAS! AND TRIOS i iI I TELEtRAPH SET
Bu, line Memorial Stadium In Miami I.liD Body"JI\botIaP. REALLY WORKS
Teacher Banjo Mandolin and wtab-
\v,.H accepted with thunk : !
Guitar I loch wee IP O5cexi
t' P II. Gullaher was declared the Tits ad soothes ol I pia..., saps ad lie n, .lackorison.
winner of the weekly 1 11,1'< contest 'IMroil I aopUoa, sUmnme and so .,.1 drive. ._ Two .. ..ncklailiiis i 'bas boa I
Other contestantcie JOE ASTORIA for sad tnamm. aw kr> > H O I Chm ilis Pratt, Frank V. I. -- Mobil koUdlM. gads MMOfM I*
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1 Fibre Coating will add years oi ..ernes.a .
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Friday, December 17,1937 __THE_ LEADER. ENTERPRISE Pare Five

I tIIIIifI11I11111111IhIIIIIiIIIIIIIIRIIIIIIIIIII honor wa Ueut Vernon Leach r XMAS CHEERContinued Helptal Fred I more labored :l.

who spent a furlough In Florida Three neighboring farmer went "Kb, ld," Mid Tom, let's have a
City with his parent, before goingto to a sale at a poultry farm and net I wonder where Fred in; he

20 Years Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. ( From Page On) during the day OM of them bought Hid bh give u* a had."

AgoIIIIIIIIQiillhillflflllluhIIIllllilllluillll "Glenn Summer I* now driveron smaller cash dontton have been a small poultry: home The other A voice came from Inside ,

I the bus running from Homestead pledged by the Business and Professional two Dick and Fred, Mid they i That* all right, hid; I'm curryIng -
to Miami by: way of Red- Women Club, the Woman would help him carry it homo to t' "'rebe.."-Tit-Bib.
land." Florida Tom (the purchaser) thanked .
( City) club of Homestead and the ----
ma ,........ "-... ... -"'Ad Astra chapter, O. E. S. met South Dade Garden Club. them and, getting hold of on end, ItdADl1t

.bass.__s.a.-......w... the.....a..1..d II, It". last Friday evening with a large Christmas barrels placed In all'and Dick the otto*off they etarted. -I I INT
r 1M PAW" FIooNIa U&__ ... .ttend_ Tha chief business A .
-.w--... a. If. ...a. au. tm of the evening wu the election of Florida grocery City stores art from being Gould filled gradually to-! In a little while their steps grew ;. __

officer for the ensuing year, the The barrel win be collected I II II
Dec. It HIT."H.imestead.
following being chosen
: worthy
Thursday and the money 8 TFACE If I
had a gala day oa matron, Martha Budd; worthy" es will be taken up the following f
f the 14th to celebrate the openingof patton, Royaler; associate matron morning. All contributions,
its electric light plant The pro- I Mildred Cave, secretary Anna
of toy; groceries, fruit and other I
gram wu carried out without a I D. Carter; treasurer, O. M. Budd;, gift will be assembled In the Redd
hitch. Fryer's band was the great I,conductress Sue Rupert;; associate' building adjoining the bank.
attraction, of course, and their conductress, Jennie M. Carlto"I
music wa up to the highest grade i-"Dr. Tower report the arrivalof Distribution of the basket on THE FUTURE;; ; I
Christmas Eve will be under the
The Industrial parade came first another daughter on Thursday, l
In which about 250 school children and I* receiving the congratulations direction of Gordon I\y and CONFIDENCE
George Wakefield of the
t took a prominent part, under the of his friend" Rotary !
Club who will be aided by the local
direction of Professor Fisher and ;-"The* committee to look after the : '
Berry. The T. A. Spider float sign board to be placed at the Boy Scout and the Homestead there Is a GULF LIFE agent rear I
future Farmers. Basket will be ,
led off closely followed by: that of cross road are Goulds, Mr W.
left only where )'youik hi seaplane h
are sorelyneeded.
Florida City: Ice Plant. Star Lumber H. Cauley; Princeton, Mr*. Oeo. preparing *,

Co., and C. J. Burton mule- W. Taylor Homestead, Mrs. R. E. Wm drat VAN ttwt YOUR UnctaT, ;
drawn cart, containing: a plow and Edwards; Longview Mrs. Gilmer; '

1 ii a couple of children, the outfit Redland Woman' Club, Mr*. A. Harked 1lndspedsnce.! .
1 I bearing the legend "This 1* what E. Froscher Pioneer Guild Red- The,man standing In the queue ,,

made South Dade famous," the land, Mr M. D. Yetter They outside the picture palace felt come saw ;iiL

J Redland crr, Homestead W. C. T. will report at the Guild Hall, Friday one touch his back from behind.
i U. car car of the Woman Club afternoon" Turning sharply he taw a youth

of Homestead, Dr. Lanitrs car about to leave the queue. I
with its diminutive Red Cross "I'm only: going to pop over the I

nurse' car ant road," aid the young one. "I want
tciarlerlv:::, "
i trailer, truck almost some ehewinllllm. I
"That doesn Interest "
sugar completely cane. Burdlnet enclosed a with carl I "I know," replied the me youth L. 1'oyscr and C. E. Smith, Representatives
car ( from rage One)
from Mason, lew. Fred Oldl"tl 'But I thought I might forget my: j P. 0. Box 621 Homestead Florida
tomatoes the east has
on glade
and his donkey, with Fred at the, place, *o I've put a chalk mark on :
proved successful for the second DME Off Cf JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
steering wheel\, end last of all the your
season for Albert H. Hinman,
Pin-apa Rev. W. J. Bar-
grower By electing
ton, Lewis and Prof.
Twjmnn known the"bolbedt"
high land on what It u
Ramon a* judges and awarded -
and double-plowing
the following prizes: floats- the furrow Into high ridge, anearly
first prize. $10. Florida City Ice
30 acre of tomatoes hat escaped h
Plant; second $5, Ling"<.w Club; all water damage. TM first

third, rug Star Lumber Co.; fourth, picking this week at a Urn when
$2, Dr. Lnier Tile speaking wu *
adjacent grower are just rln-
short and snappy A. C. Craw fling to let out their plants, has
bad charge xif this'part of the fro. produced a fine yield Of tbp'qu..-
gram and Introduced the,1a'or that I !
Ity fruit bringing good prices
King made a short addressvf ,on the current market .
welcome which he referredto !
The bean acreage to believed
the fact that about the only unoccupied e e
to how quite a decrease over
building in town was OW'lIew
former although there area
city JalL Dr. John Dennla yean PROMllr
few who haw more
was the next speaker and his remarks ,
than doubled their former Investment
went humorous as well as
Instructive in this crop. Escaping the
Mayor Staling of I'
frost which severely damaged
Florida] City referred to the fact RMAN"SARROW
I other sections of South Florida,
that he had known South Floridafor :
the Dade bean men are anticipating -
twenty years He told some
i unusually healthy return from
humorous stories which
;the local field
ed the ignorance of the

northerner tropical products concerning 111I11trlt-l 0. a Parker Adds 15 Pure SHIRTS $2.00 p,

-t'The Rambler of Florida City I j Guernseys to Herd Here Other Shirts 90c up

went on a straw ride out to Royal I ARROW TIES $1.00 7

(Palm Park on Saturday evening o. B .Parker, owner of Alpine Other Ties 50c and 63c
I Grove Dairy, has returned from
There were 19 In the party, Including :
the chaperon, and a very I Chester, South Carolina, where he
enjoyable time was spent In dancing 'bought 15 pure-bred Guernsey

and playing game The I cow to add to what Is recognized

lunch was served on the spacious I already a* one of the best dairy

porch of the club house and i; I herd In the stateWANT .

speeches were made by the )'oUlllI'
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THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday December 17 1937 n
Pace Six ,.. ; :

",ppW WM YLI IM"11"Mp 1111/A. taught that a prepos.tion is a bud I body in the freshman English cla w What ddou take that book I
,word to end a sentence with, sonu I comes n, lost with ate'Iplo-threat I was reading cut of for" 'I'

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'r! _........HONOR..._........ ...BOLL "Christmss p.. I Two 1938 Ford V-8_Cars Displayed r I :"'

Seventh grade high,
r rtxrt, Jack Marshall Chart "The Baby Jesus" by Once Catoe
: Sweating: low Barbara Williams. and Sally Lou Bryant Miss Ruth
Wanda Thompson, Bertha Ros- Murray room gave a play Thi,'
1 I trough Frieda Erucl, Vida Clarke, Christmas Card"; Mrs Danulb
'I' Faye Campbell, Wilson Poppell, fourth graders gave a play called
,John BensonEighth Chriitmns Eve" and a song A
grade; high Lete 'Ball story, Dh-kens' "Christmas Can 1",
Marie Ba Cox, There Daniel Mary from Miss Lillian Johnson
Lois Durrett Marjorie Fogle, Barbara fifth grade Miss Myrtle KI>'-I Not
Hill, Jewel Lodge, Merlot Lett foots room presented a duet
Eva Roiborougn, Dora Scott, Mary Webster Williams and John McLaughlin -
\ Jane Turner, H. A. Aman, R. A. a reading by Richard
Bethel Lee Gladden. Buddy LUidgren. Prothero, and a monologue by
Junior Rodgers; low, Carol Dick Campbell The concluding
Lee Louise' ROM, Loll Vrana, Ea- number on the program was a
ton Anderson Blair Hickson. Vernon play, "Giving or Gettln,", by Mrs
Jackson, Walter McVicker, Anna D Carter sixth graders.The .

Clarence Ramadell I
Ninth grade: high, Wanda Sickle, seniors are glad to announce
Marjorie Lewis Mary Engel that the constitution for student
lian Andrews, Henry L11-j government has been ratified b).
George Kufeldt, Harold ; a majority vote of 220 to 3$.
low, June Vraoa, Betty Jo -
rett, Thai= Ingram, Elisabeth The seniors and; sophomores (especially .
Craft, Colleen MeVtoker, Francis
I ) a legitimate ex-
Soper, Ruth Crawabaw, Graham case for holding hands just now
McElro>, John Brown, Jr., Rex with the juniors, Why The -
Romlnt enter have and
rings just come
Tenth grade; high, Howard TWO distinct lines I bf Ford V-8 now beingdisplayed
they are undergoing a thorough me.rlO'I:
(rnue, I 1. C' Davis, Valeria Campbell examination. In dealer a mwly-
B tl) :Lou Harris, Merle style standard Ford line In three body types, the
Jnnuarv, Jane Robinson Lydia other a de luxe Ford Has In tight body types The da
Vihlen Mollie Walker; low Marie And so we wish you a Merry last Tudor sedan ts pictured abore. The da laze ,
Borgardt Carolyn Campbell Idcna Christmas, offer our Yuletide sedans are larger In appearance; ,with longer hood and ,
Cooke, Oertude Oreer Naomi greetings, and remind you that a sweeping lines. The 41 luxe can art towered with
card to the teacher might be a the 85 horsepower V4 engine, the standard cars with "
Home, Phyllis Jensen, Marie Neill,
strategic move for those who simply either the SS or the (t horsepower engines Newly
Wilma Thompson, GwendolynFox must get a grade of 90 style Interiors are pictured t at right. New Instrument 1t
Dorothy Edwards, Corrlne panel has instrument group la front of driver grille ,
Cash. for radio speaker Installation la center, flanked by ;I'N'
Eleventh grade; high Willis An electric eye detect latecomers engine controls and cigar lighter, and glove compartment A headlight beam control If fitted on the to*.boar!. :
Baxley Cleo Chubb Emily Engel, to physics classes at St. at right In the d* laze cars, the compartmentlocks I tell-tal* light en Instrument panel Indicates whether ,
Jean Garrett, Alma Jane Llnd- Thomas college Even while the ,and a clock Is"massed the compartment door. the headlight beams art raised or depressed ,
gren; low, Ben Benson, John professor back is turned a person -L-_
Hickson, Wilma Landrum, Ruby ran"t slip In undetected, for he
Neil Elizabeth Sage, Elmer Hamp must tress the light beam and '
where he does a gong clangs.Wot "
ton.Twelfth such a bad Idea Might help keep "
grade: high, Margaret
Albright, Betty Blake, Mary Ann the early-comers, awake.
Brown Mildred Cox, Alice Penny
Doris Price Mary Eleanor After nil these years of being
WU-I .
liam*. Gordon Crou, Albert -11'
lln Warren Wood Clement Russell Joke ef the Month }
: low, Vera Parker, Arcelia A bewildered lumberjack stumbled }
Jarman. bashfully into a ladies' specialty -
Mrt Rivet' seventh grade girls "I want to get a corset for my
assisted by the eighth grade girls, wife," he explained. The Sporting Thingto
the Glee Club and others will present "What bust?" asked the clerk.
the following assembly pro- othln'." replied the flustered
)'cgjer "It Just wore out."-The
gram of Chrlatmaa song and story:
Glee Club. Cantique de Noel: Needle's Eye Give

processional by seventh and ,
eighth grade girls: song by Glee Following Instructions
Club and girls; Christmas story "Great scottt" said Newlywed
by Arcelia Jarman; responses- seeing broken crockery all over the CAN BE FOUND HEREFISHING
Glee Club number, song by Mr floor. 'Whatever has happened?"
Caldwell. song by school violin
Mrs. Newlywed explained: "Th1lcookel'
solo by Dr. H. S. Wolfe, song by
book that old
) says 1ft cup
seventh grade girls and by school; Robs '
without a handle) will do for measuring TENNIS RAQUETS
by Doris Price legend of
prayer ;
-and It i Uken me eleven
the candles by Faye Campbell: tries to get a handle off without REELS FOOTBALLS
song by Glee Club; legend of the
breaking the cup"- Vancouver
banging of of the greens by Bar- Sun. BOAT EQUIPMENT BASEBALLS
bara Williams; song by school; and
talk by Dr. Wolfe r GUNS BATS

The elementary school presented BASEBALL GLOVES
|need swver be delayed If you
the following Christmas program
Friday afternoon In the aud- I
itorium: from Mr Fletcher's I NATUliflL GAS BICYCLES STREAMLINE AUTOS
room a pantomime, "A.a11n the [ i .
i Manger'; Mrs. Vihlen grade, a I VELOCIPEDES FLASHLIGHTS
play entitled "The Pine Trees; ,| YOU caa seek regularly even.If
I Mrs. Russell second graders, "A the electric power b off. I WAGONS POCKET KNIVES
Christmas Carol" b six membersof :
"I the class; and Mrs Furry pu-
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" 1 i :' December 17,1987 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pan BeftD (
- ". Jim Flan D. Myers be* been
James McCmsdy, have arrived to
in with flu this week. Church met Wednesday( Uw '1
spend the winter in Homestead.Henry '
home of Mrs. R. J Shepherd 1;

Ground Resist- New York Mrs. ft. & Shield returned -
In : visited Mr and Mrs. J. A. RedwlnM uesday from a visit of several Jerry Bean ;Wednesday for ;
I Friday afternoon. days with relatives sad Mends Jri ChertjrvWe, N. C.
MIamI. "
HomesteadMr. Tom Collins is expected home Mr. Md Urs. Postage and f-tmily ,- .
from the University of Florida this Billy: Fonytti spent several days moved Into the Free cottage mi
morning. this week In Orlando. Palm atenut Friday

I A. D. Foglo who is farming at Mrs Francis Freeman la reported -
Mr. and Mrs A. D. Hardln of 1 Grand Master Hugh Beattie and 1 Birdon on Tamlami Trail spent to be recovering from her
Atlanta came Friday to visit their Mrs. Seattle are expected home the week-end at his home in Na-' recent Illneis. GROVETIIEATRE
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and tomorrow from an official tow of ranja.
")frl. J. Q. Wynn.Mr. Odd Fellow lodges of the state. I Mr. and Mrs. Cole of Springfield
Mrs J. D. Perkins has been Ill Mas., spent the week-end!
and their Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Webb
an ofSmithvllle.
at her home since last week. at the Fred Parlln collage on
daughter. MIll Mildred, and ton, O*., came Sunday to Eleventh street. I Matinee Saturday and Sunday
, Howard will leave today for Coco spend the Christmas holidays with I Mr. and Mrs. E. Hints entertain ZOe lo a B: m.
r where they; will visit Mr. Weif their ton and daughter-in-law, 'ed Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Songer of Mrs. Harry Degler la recuperating Shows 7 and t K ....> Adm. tie f
brother, J. J. West Miss Helen Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Webb. Miami Tuesday. from her recent Illness.J. .
West who If attending the South iUiii:'"' Sv*. H.... Tttcs.. Wf4.Dee. *
College at Douglas GaH Mrs. Claude Corley: plans to return Clarence left Tuesday 1oaentt
+ Georgia for Went A. Severy la serving on the II, It. SI, Z1
Key where he
will Join them there and return soon to her home at Port plans to Jury in Miami this week. i
With them tomorrow to spend the Mayaca after a two-week visit herewith stay a month. aa.

Christmas holidays in Homestead. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cain and Mr. and Mrs.- : Ivan Stlnaon of The Ladles' Aid of the Community DUNGwaeata" !

The Rev and Mrs. C. N. Walker Mr. and Mrs. Russell Home. Dublin, Gs. an their three child Church will hold a food tale ..
will leave this morning for DeLandto Miss Mable Williams will leave ren arrived in Homestead Friday. Saturday front of Sever's Store.' XiERvuen
visit Mrs. Walker's relativesand tomorrow for Alva Fla., where Mr. Stlnson is employed at the Alpine Mrs. R. J. Shepherd t* chairmanof +1a t 1 I I '
to bring home for the holidays she, will spend the Christmas holidays Grove dairy. the committee in charge of the RULE

their daughter, Miss Lois, and Miss with her parents, Mr. and Henry Schmid of" North Krome sale. I
j Virginia Frick and Whitney Benin, Mis. J.'A. Williams.
avenue Is having his house
enlarged Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Freemanand
all students at Stetson University. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Snyder will and a fireplace added. A. J daughter Kathleen of Caldwell Thurs Fri. Dee. U, tl
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Mrs. Blanche Chapman, Mrs. leave Friday night after the Red- Van Marter has the contract for W. Va, arrived Sunday to
Jos. Gay Mrs. Harry D. Wolfe land and Delray Beach basketball :work. spend the winter with their daughters I FRED ASTAIRE, GINGER

Mrs J:. S. CapUnger and Mrs. game In Delray, for Irwin Turn., Mr. and Mrs. Jules Abraham of Mrs. Boyd Cohernour and ROGERS In
Calvin Fox attended a White to spend the Christmas holidays Coral Gables were guests of Mr. Mrs. Burley Dendy. I "
Christmas program and initiation with relatives. and Mrs. J. R. Byrum Tuesday. "Shall We Dance?

services at Palm Rebekah Lodge ... .. ...... Mayor and Mrs Morris Silver-
Mrs. S. W. Smith left ?- -
In Miami Tuesday.Mr. Mondayfor .p.Ii'LOIUOA man had a* Sunday guests Mr. and i
"" her home in Fort Lauderdale CITY Mrs. Max O'Koon of Louisville I .8aL. Dee. M ,
and Mrs. O. B. Parker are after spending the week-end with Mrs, 47, W. Bevery, Corrmponilcot Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Karron : KEN MAYNARD In
expecting. Mrs. Parker's cousins, her son-in-law and duugher, Mr. ....NN NN NNNNNN.--.I.W MII.rNN NNNINNNNM and Mr. and Mr.. M. Rod lick ol
Mrs. C. J. Connolly and Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Augustus Wynn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clinton Brooklyn N. Y; Mr. and Mrs. Sam I I:1 "Boots of Destiny"
Smith of Colon, Mich., to arrive
Mrs. A. E. Howarth of Lake of Florida City announce the birth Silverman and their two children i
next week to spend the winter Worth was a. guest of Mr. and Mrs. of twin sons on Tuesday at the Sondra and Irajoe, of Miami; and I II. I Show starts at IS o'clock noon
with them. James McCready last week. j Post Graduate hospital. They are Mrs. s. Schycon and her ton Justus. '
Mr. and Mrs.: Frank; Lardon and named Andrew Allen and George .
Mrs. J. R. Byrum attended the Mr. and Mrs.: Archie McCreadyof Archer and they weigh six and I. 1'I WANT ADS
funeral of Mrs. George B. Cellon Plnconnlng, Mich., son and one-fourth pounds and five and The Woman's Foreign Missionary READ THE
of Miami Wednesday. daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. one-eighth pounds, respectively. : Society of the Community

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Galt of Ithaca
N. Y.. neighbors of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Van Marter at their .o1 11110 GIFTS LIKE THESE
summer home on Cayuga Lake,
vert callers on the Van Marters
Saturday afternoon. !
'"' ;
Mrs. Sallle Hobbs of Blakely,
Ga.. has come to spend the winter
with her son-in-law and dn;h-
ter, Mr. and Mrs. A O. Cain.
Wilbur Bradley and his daughter
Miss Mary, of Woodbury: ,
Conn, arrived Homestead Wednesday
from Lakeland where they KXK M

spent a month after leaving their
home In Connecticut

C. T. J'; at the Jack-
son Memorial hospital In Miami
for observation and X-ray exam-

Richard Fuchs of Washington,
15. c., will arrive Monday to spend
the Christmas holidays here with
his family.

Lee Gerwick of Monroe, Mich.,
arrived Saturday to pend the win-
ter here.

Mrs. Marjorie Leiblnger: of Detroit
1* expected to arrive tomorrow
to spend a monh as a guestof nutsemu
Mrs. Sybella Chandler.

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f Page Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, December 17, 1937


Social Events in South! Dade .'1 1I

CHRISTMAS The marriage of Mia Willa Mil FOR USE IN THE CLASSROOMMoving

Cason of Redland and Edward Al- -

Mrs. Lonnle L. Hood, Mr*. W. Mn. J. R. Rutland and Mrs. bert Little of Homestead took pictures made for school Ben Archer.
it wa announced place Monday afternoon at the
ft Unix, and Mn A. W. Hutchin. Brandenburg Dade use in the teaching of geography, Attendance awards were given
will entertain till club on January County courthouse. The
M were hostesses at a musical 10 at the home of Mrs. Rutland bride wore a white sports suit with history and various branches of to Mn. Bevo Webb's room in the

tot for the Monday Music Club .t The hostesses assisted by Miss' white accessories.The science were shown Monday evening elementary ter' school and Robert Hea
room in the
the home of )I",. Hood'i parent, Alta Webster, Mica Nina Pearl' bride I* a daughter of Mr. at the Homestead P.-T. A. At a called high school
Monday Bush and Miss Carrie Bell Cave, and Mr. John Canon of Redland meeting of the executive -
Mr. and Mn. J. L. Burton, meeting in Neva King Cooper board
t. afternoon.The served a frozen fruit desert with I who tame here from Fort White, School auditorium by Cordon S. was relieved of Saturday her work Mrs. Bird
room were decorated for whipped cream and cake. A single Fla., five yean ago She wa King, visual education consultant chairman a* hospitality -
the Christmas season with Christmas sprig of holly decorated each plate. graduated from Redland' High from Fort Lauderdale. The entire student aid chairman made acting
vine, red hibiscus, and chry- Present beside those named School In 1838 and later attended i i equipment for showing sound pictures Frank Skill' Illness because Mrs.
tanthemums. The program foldt were: Mrs Carl Wagner, Mrs. A. I Homestead Business College. in the school, he said, would from serving In that prevented her
t en, also, had Chriiitmaa decorations -' M. Logan, Mn. Howard Johnson, The bridegroom I* a con of Mr. (cost only five hundred dollars. It Mn. J. Paul Reynolds capacity.
1 band-painted on the cowr.1 Mrs. Wolfe, Mn. Frick, Mn. Lloyd |and Mn. C. W. Little and a grandson could be used also as a public address I served as house and who hat
The program consisted of: an Deitz, Mn. C. J. Parman, Mn. N. of Mrs. L. S, Mowry, one of system, he said, and could I chairman was made property
M Instrumental number, "Winter G Ball Mrs. C. Hagler Rice, Mn. the tint settler in Homestead. be operated easily by the teachers.Mr. the whole hopitality chairman of
Serenade" (Le Thiere), played by J. E. Davis, Mrs. H. Collier, Mn. He 1 iI a Future Farmer of Americaand King was Introduced by Mrs. This week the student group.
Dr. H. S. Wolf, Ceo. M. Prick and S. L. West, Mrs. Theo. J. Elder, before his graduation from! A. F. Arthur, motion picture chair- and Mr. Jane aid Nesbitt committee -
Dr. Carl F. Robinson; a reading, Mn Dexter Home Mrs. Frank Homestead High School in 1934 man. I:health chairman ,
; "The Story of the Other Wise Webb. Mn Hunter Hardm. Mn. was an active 4-H worker and a Mn W. B. Mills music director, children taken, are to the having school groupsof
I Man" by Mn C. H. Pepper; a Robinson, Mn H. P. McDanlel, member of the basketball team. presented a large group of fifth building for administration -
vocal solo, "Chrlatma Lullaby," Mn Gordon Ivey, Mn. W. M. \ They are making their home in and sixth grade children in a work. dental
by Aft e. Lewis Brandenburg, a Johns Mn F. Fleltas. Mrs. J. A. Homestead. Christmas scene "Th Nativity.

violin duet "Chinrtmas Medley," Daugherty, Mn. W. E. Rheney Clarice Dodson Impersonated Mary; MRS. HARRY WOLFE NOWF.
by MU Alta Webster and Miss Mrs. B. E. Gatlin, Mn Keith Miss Mary Jackson, Mrs. A. W. Tommy Harris, Joseph; and Irwin .L. AND T. CLUB PRESIDENT
Nina Pearl Bush; a piano lolo, I Foulk Mn. Frank Hausman, Mn. Hutchinson, Mrs. T. E. Kirby and I'Hooker Fredrick Chambers and
"Gcsu Bamblna" (Yon), by Mri. Henry Brooker, Jr., Mn Preston Mn. Elizabeth Fuchs, HomesteadP.T. Howard Kirby the three wise I Mn. Harry D. Wolfe was elect-
Julian H. Webster; a muiiaal readIng I B. Bird Mrs. S. J. Davis, Mn. J. A. members,, took twenty men. ed president of the F. L. and T.
"The Star of Bethlehem," by ,Tom Vann, Mrs. Willard Flfleld children from the Neva King Cooper The Rev. C. N. Walker made the Club at a recent mecing held at
MU Mary Eleanor Williams accompanied Mrs. T. J. Faust, Mrs. Bevo Webb, School to the Grace Doherty opening prayer. T. E Kirby, chairman I the home of Mrs. Calvin Fox. Other
by Mn. J. D. Redd; a1 Mrs. Geo. N. Wakeftetd, Mn. J. Christmas party at the Miami Bilt- of the district' Christmas officers elected were: vice-pres
piano solo, "A Christmas Tree)W. Miller, Mrs. E. L. Nelson, Miss more Saturday. Cheer committee, and Mrs Preston ident Mn. Fox; secretary, Mn.
raliV (Left/font/ ), bv Mr*. 0. I.I I Mable Williams. Mill Rebecca B. Bird, acting student aid H. W. Ashby: and treasurer, Airs.

Giult; and the song, -Silent Night,"'J' Fisher, Mia Margaret Delaney chairman of the association, asked Ralph Moon.
. by all present land Miss ,Lillian Johnson. The CalendarDee. for whole hearted support for the During the social hour Mrs.
F Wolfe won the mystery package.
Christmas Cheer work and the
MISS FLORENCE JENNIS8: : man, Mn. J. Lawrence ScotLI: IT Installation services: donation of fruit supplies and toy coffee.Mn. Fox served sandwiches and
WEDS MANNING KXKCADOMU special offering wa taken for the: of Naranja Chapter of O. E. S. as well a* patronage 01 the benefit
of Homeateed Baptist orphanage at Arcadia. Dec. IT Ad Astra Chapter's performance HEAR
Florence Jennets ... P.W. C. TO
a daughter of Walter E. During the program, Mrs. Davli, entertainment for worthy matron I Mn. E. I. Dyrt, program chairJinan HEALTH SUPERVISOR
Jennet of Florida City became played a violin solo and played also, and patrons. distributed programs for the Monday evening Mrs. Jane Net-
the bride of Manning W. .- the accompaniment for the singing Dee !Amateur hour at 8 :year and announced that the member bitt will present at guest speaker
-of Miami Thursday at noon In of Christen carol by the mem- PL m. at Neva King Cooper School were expected to participate ,at the Homestead Buslnes and'
the Dade County eourthouM. Mr*. ben and a reading "Abide With Dec. IT Sacred Heart Club I in the next program, Jan 11, when' Professional Woman's Club' Mrs.
Kercado'i brother and iiitwln- Me". by Mrs. Geo. Wright Mn. card party for Christmas Cheer I Principal Carl Wagner of Redland Mary W. Matthews, a state boardof
Catherine Pickarl read Bible fund at I p. m. in clubhouse.Dec. 1 would conduct an forum .
law, Mr. and Mn. Maurice Jennenct a I open on health supervisor,
South Miami witnessed the' Christmas story: a* the devotional, 18 Junior Woman Club ["How the School Can Co-openite: I' Local members have been Informed -
ceremony. The bride wore a I' and Mrs. Scott gave a resume of dance at Country Club foe Christ With the Home in Character that the next district

rot colored costume with brown two chapters of the mission study mas Cheer fund. Building." The program wee : meeting will be held In Pahoke,
accessories. _book, "Saved to Serve" 'Dec. 18 Midnight show at donated by the president, Mir on Jan. 23.
Mn. Kercado has spent molt |_ Those present were: Mr W. A. Sentinel Theatre for Christmas

of her life In Homestead, and ihju Thompson, Mn. R., E. Delaney I Cheer fund.
a graduate of Homestead High Mrs. Robert Simpson, Mrs. Wright, Dec. 19 Legion Christmas!

School For the past three years Mrs. Davit, Mr*. Scott Mn. Snyder I party.
she bill been employed at the 1 and three visitors, Mn C. N. Dee. 20 Peanut party for I I
Green Lantern Restaurant I Walker, Mn. R. E. Edwards and Presbyterian youngpeople at
manse at 130 m. I f
Mrs. Pickard.
At. Kercado was born In Trenton -
I Dec. 20-Meeting of Homestead
N. J., and was graduated from I
B. P. W. c.
high school at Manasquam, N J. BE SQUARE: CLASS HAS
Dee 20 Christmas party of
Effort coming to Miami six weeks SOCIAL MEETINGBe
Junior Woman' Club of Homestead -
,.,, he was employed as a postal Square Sunday School Class
at home of Mrs. J. S. Horton. ,
Cork:: at Wawayaoda, N. Y. of the Homestead Methodist
Dec. 21-Meeting of Ministerial '
Mr. and Mn. Kercado art livingrt Church held Its monthly businessand l +
Association with the Rev. and Mn.
404 Fourth avenue, Homestead. i social meeting at the home of E. L. Nelson. 7 More
Mr. and Mrs. J.
Paul Reynolds
Dec. :30 Meeting of Woman'sClub
LEGION: AND AUXILIARY : Monday. Mill Jennie Lobdell, Study Class at home of Miss pals WIN] Lease past,ta.air homenl.m d.atia.
TO HAVE CHRISTMAS DINNER i teacher of the class, was givensurprise a! Jennie LobdeU

i Member of tAt John Q. Salley handkerchief shower1.I Dec. :II Installation services
t Post of the American Legion and Mn. H. L. Brown and Dan Williams of Ad Astra Chapter of O. E. S. I-ESS new J
their families will have their annual won prizes in contests. Jan. 3 Meeting of Garden CA RA WO Mg
J Christmas dinner followedby I Those present were Mr. and'I r I Club. stall X '

a Christmas tree an program him Brown, Mr. and Mn Williams Jan 10 Meeting of Monday Chest .
Sunday evening at 6.30 o'clock in : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cham- Club at home of. Mn J. .der
Legion hall. ben, Mn. Margaret Daniels Mrs. I. Rutland. ,.. 1
I Final plan for the party were W. L. Neely, Mrs. Joel J. Robin Jan 14-Areme Club play, "Blue u. go" w t ,.,.r 0
tel. (
made Wednesday evening at a son, Mill Lobdell and Mr. slid' School
Bag, at Neva King Cooper ohm of Core f4se.
meeting of the auxiliary at the Mrs. Reynolds.
home of 1\11'1. J. A. Smith. l NOVELTY ELECTRIC
; l The next meeting It was announced REDLAND AID MEETS I'l sAp S1 k SOS LAMP SUtnea.w.lJwfal
k will be held in Legion WITH MRS. K. K. CLARKE (
(, hall at I o'clock, Jan. 5. Mrs. K. K. Clark wa hostessto
Mrs Smith served cookies and the Redland Ladles' Aid Dee.

}. coffee. 11 at her home on Coconut Palm' Cars is
f Present were: Mr. Lamar Kendrick drive. Mrs. Ceo. E. Deuel conducted ,d.theteeu.dtessd..
Mrs. Jake Brooks Mrs. the devotional program, m glee: CAR NOME SETS
Fritz Schroeder, Mrs. Cordon Ivey and Mrs. Frank Stlllman conduct. .a.a1rea.auasaar

Mn. W. M. Bradley, Mrs. A. W. ed the study period. the genuine $1.75 to $8.50
; .
Hutchinson, Mn. Frank Schneider, Present were: Mrs Sarah Drew EUGENE tf3
Permanent '
Mrs. M. A. Berger, Miss Ruth Fox Mrs. Frltx Jackson Mn A. M. : ';' 7' I

Mn. Wm. J. Geronlmo, Mn. Wm. Vivien Mrs. H. J. Armstrong Mrs. siofe&Iheg .....-....... ELECTREX WAFFLE ,.; I
E: .RIIene,. Mrs. Ceo. W. Turner Stillman. Mrs. Goo W. Turner, sat lajciag aula-..... the IRONS : "
Jr. Mr. Harold Sheffield Mrs. Jr., Mrs. Thomas Brewer Mrs. M. d Ol I BtMUMWfO, *WH< $3.93 =:: =:--1

Frank Rue Mrs. Smith Miss Margaret A. Baker, Mrs. Deuel and Mrs. I M tkaitWfc the. kW we ,"'
Berger, Charlotte Geronimo Clarke Ter we do geaulae Eegloe.S.e EYNINGf

and Anne Rheney. I. I : ieg'with. Paul" Eugtee OhM .
1 r YOU iE tS"11Ie" i iI s. LH M -drattTOM Q C1DDPROMPTSfRVICf.
MRS. D. R. SNTDCR IS Iris teethe season ..{diWl Mil 1/$ U
ELECTED CIRCLE LEADER I I never be delayed If yea'| ; MKVibilom sow tanasg
Mr*. 1]. R. Snyder was elected one > few-tod-M Jk curli) a,, e"" '"', _.. M. ",,"I,. ,. n," i.I.tI ""It" .. .v,,.'
leader of the Redland Neighborhood I l ", )/0" '" 0" (1bef', ,. 1_' .........y
Circle at. covered dish | NATURflLGAS !

luncheon meeting at her home I Bush's Barber Shop
Thursday Other officers elected You ea. seek TemUrly eve,', THE DIXIE DRUG

wen: associate leader, Mr*. S. I I If the electric power I* eft. | & Beauty Parlor
J. Davis secretary, Kn. George Homestead Floridai
; I[l.:1 l D. Lyen. M N. Kramei! Mlar Lillie Brava, Operator
Wright; and mission study chair-, .

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Friday December 17. 1937 THE LEADER.ENTEBPRISE pur Kin '


aft*. Ethel Vaud sera Rebekah
[ Social EventsCHRISTMAS 1 i district deputy: president and her
w. a. Mills, diameter of, stops button bone and wan baskets -1 staff from Coconut drove Rebekah t
music in the Homestead school, made by Mr. Mills from Lodge will install on Jan.the: \
and Miss Mable Williams, directorof I gourds was spread on another following officers of Liberty Re- I
table. I bekah Lads* of Homestead: the '
PARTY IS GIVEN IN HONOR art held open house Sunday Mrs. Bowling O. Dye. assisted present noble grand Mrs. Ralph i
afternoon In the high school. by the the glee club members Moon, who re-elected; vice- ,
The art exhibit was held ta Miss served punch and cookie on the grand, Ml*. Flora Compton; recording
Williams' studio In the new wingof lawn secretary, Mrs. Harry D.
Claude Corlty of Port Msyaca brilliant Christmas decoration the building ad the musisel About one hundred ten personsregistered Wolfe; fihanelal secretary, Mrs. O.
: : who has been visiting Mrs. cherries and citron In poinsettia in the guest book. C. Radford; treasurer, Mr*. Blanche
program was presented from the
,;. A. O. Cain and'Mrs. Russell Horne design. At each place burned outdoor stage nssrby. Chapman; and three-year trustee.
,. the past two weeks was honored a wee red candle In a crystal hold The girls' glee club sang the HOBO PARTY IS PLANNED Mrs. I. S. Capllfl l'.
;. .t a Christmas bridge party given er. opening numbers "Rosa of Picar. BY SENIOR B. Y. P. U. I Mrs. Moon has been named representative
,. by: Mrs J. D. Perkins and Mr I I Those present besides the hostess dy," "Kentucky Babe," "World Is The Senior B. Y. P. U. of the I h: to the Florida Rebekah
Home at Mrs. Home's home Friday"" and honor guest were: '[rs. Waiting for the Sunrise" and "Glow First Baptist Church of Homesteadwill Assembly! In Orlando in April,
evening. Dexter Home, Mrs. David Barnes, Worm". A chorus of seven girls have a hobo party Monday I I and Mrs. Chapman is alternate
e. The room were lighted by the Mrs. Bruce Ennls, Mrs. Ted Scarborough gave "I Love a Little COU..." and evening which will start from the Mrs. Jos. Gay has been recommended -
gleams from tall red candles whose Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle, Mrs. "NeopoUtan Nights," and a trio, Sunday school building!. at 7:30: I for district deputy presIdent -
,,J holders were bowls of echinus, and Hunter Harden, Mrs. Richard Huff, Rachel and Eloise Gftasman and I o'clock. I of District 24.
'. across the mantel were hung small Mrs. Robert Hester, Mrs. Hubert Evelyn Pope. sang "Mighty Lak Everyone who comes Is requested I Liberty Lodge will conduct the
red cellophane stockings of nuts Nichols, Mrs. Bowling O Dye, Rose" and "Can't You flesh .1 to dress as I hobo. Installation services for the Coconut -
and candles-one for each guest. Mrs. Stanley Wittkop, Mrs. J. Calling Caroline?" Alta Webster Grove Lodge on Jan. 10.
Six prizes were awarded. Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Mrs. Preston B. and Nina Pearl Bush playeda SACRED HEART CLUB TO GIVE I
Cain won the high score prize; Bird, Mrs. Curtis Monroe, Mrs. violin duet, a Christmas medley I CHRISTMAS CHEER BENEFITTo MR. AND MRS. UOLFE
Mrs. Klnard, the second high score Lonnie Hood Mrs. Claude Campbell by Simon The concluding I raise Its part ot the district's ARE HOSTS AT 50* PASTY
prize; Mrs. E. A. Buchanan, the Mn. Ceo. M. SonnlchaenMn number were "Jolly Old St. Christmas Cheer fund, the Sacred 1 Mr. and Mr*. Harry D. Wolfe entertained -
low score prize; Mrs. J. A. Webb, Robert Glenn, Jr., Mrs. Floyd Nicholas" and "Silent Night". Heart Society will give a benefit a group of friends .it
the floating prize; Mrs. J. L. Scar- Fogle Mn. Joel J. Robinson, Mrs. Water color sketches lined thestudio' I card party In 1U clubhouse at 81 MO Wednesday evening at their
tibrough, the cut prize; and Mrs. Geo. M. Frlck, Mrs Gordon Ivey, exhibit space, and a big o'clock this evening. home. E. F Mix made the highest -
Corley the guest prize. Mrs. Scarborough Mrs. Buchanan. Christmas tree glistening with The public is invited. score.
The hostesses served fruit cake Mrs. Cain, Mrs. Webb. Mrs. Ki- hand-made decorations toed In Mrs Wolfe served sandwiches.
and coffee. The cake was topped nard Miss Ellen Huff and Miss the front of the room. On tables IIOIESTEADOI.1'S: : CLUB cake and hot tea.
with whipped cream and a Pearl Whitaker. were spread some example of the OBJECTS TO ARTICLEThe Those present wire. Mr and
recent work of Miss Williams' Womn's Club of Homestead Mn Archie McC.r. dy Mi and
MRS. HOWARD JOHNSON am. whipped cream desert with classes-vases of silver poin-, voted Tuesday send a letter of i Mrs James McCudy, MI. and
ENTERTAINS CLEANERS 'coffee. cettias, silver Christmas trees protest to Collier's Magazine regarding I j I Mrs. H. L. Burnh..", Mr. and Mis
Mrs. Howard Johnson was hos- I Those present were: Mrs. David booklets, placques hand-p ln4lld Nina Wilcox Putnam's i A. r Howarth of Lake Worth Mr.
ten to the Cleaners Class of the Barnes. Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mrs., Christmas cards and copper recent article which contained uncomplimentary and Mrs. M.x Mn Blanche Chapman
First Baptist Church of Homestead -'I Albert Bussey, Mrs. Clifford Campbell -' Christmas cards. remarks about Mrs. Florence Pucetti and
at a Christmas party and Mn. Harry Cooper, Mrs. Dex- An Interesting exhibit of door Homestead. I Mr. and Mn. WoUe.
program Tuesday. The house ter Home, Mrs. Claude Campbell .
was gay with. Christmas decorations Mrs. Pete Morgan. Mrs M. A.
and there was a small Christmas -i Murphy, Mrs. Lucille Reams, Miss
tree that held the gifts the I Ann Lee, Mrs. Johnson and two Gifts of
members had brought for each ':'guests, Mn Claude Corley and
other. i Mrs Klmball.KttOWER .
I _
Mn Russell Home gave a readIng -
"The Night Before Christmas" 'I IS GIVEN *
and Mrs. S. L. West sang a lullaby, ,FOR !MRS." P. T. TURNER Fine Jewelry
"Mammy's Song". Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Charles Hamilton gave a
Kimball ol. Naranja told a short urprise shower at her home on
story and the memben sang Coconut Palm drive Friday afterI -

.'..v Christmas. jqajoVk.\ 'I noon for Mrs P. T.. Turnei 'who- ...,,' From SiltfOll'SWatches
The hostess served a frozen fruit before bar marriage recently was
Mn. Lillian Durette. Mrs. S. J.
'Davis won the first prize In sword
NARANJA O. E. S. i i contest and Mrs. J. B. ROM won
INSTALLS TONIGHT the consolation prize. ,
Installation services for the II>!W- The hostess served brick Ice mfm'Itrsatlt'
ly elected officers of the Naranjn 'cream with cake and candy In the }'ht1'y
O. E. S. will be conducted by Mr. same pastel tints. hf 1. I
and Mrs. Fred E. MInk, past patron | Those present were: Mrs R. E. ; r I
and matron of the grand chap Delaney, Mrs. A. E. Langford,
ter of Florida this evening in the I Mrs Eva Caatelow, Mrs. M. J.
Naranja O. E. S. hall. They will I,Connelly Mrs. Carl Wagner Mrs.
be assisted by Mrs. Nancye Rick- I Tease Soper, Mrs. W. A.
ard past matron, and Mrs. Marlon IlIen, Mn. G. M. Hodge,
Necb. Installing chaplain Snyder, Mn. J. Thomp-I
Mrs. D. E. Bashor is the incoming I, Mrs Davis, Mn Ross,
worthy matt on. nr md the hostess

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"Here, Aunt C1IrIetII," said the returned

traveler, "Is a franc I brought you

"Thank you," said the dear ladv 4

."..._.._._. "1 wish you would have brought
me one of the Latin quarter i I .
y HONOR: ROLL gram Friday night at 8 o'clock In read so much about," Ex
Twelfth grade high, Eugene r the NeVI King Cooper School _
This week and for weeks to come The Atlanta .
Schtrr, Elton Vann, Miry E. Kyle, auditorium. The admission for ,
I Nell. Saul, Alta Webster, Coach children .la 10 cents and adults Sunday American brings .
: Harper; 1 low Evelyn Pope, Nellie I 20 cent
I Mae Martin. Norma Ooesman 1. MORE ABOUT HOLLYWOOD .

J Marjorie Muter) Peggy Allen, I Mr. Hester's tenth grade won Tin ee full pages of pictures and stories on
t rfflr Dt"n. Wade Smith. the banner and dollar ,
at the P-T your favorite stars.
Flevcut'I, ', iMic. high, Madge A .meeting Monday night
Thorrps, I Lucille, West; low. Edna -I I 1il 2. FULL-PAGE CROSSWORD'
Booth, Ui inor Sullivan Belt
The eighth grade welcomesJames I PJJZ7LE. .
Itirhurd *.hJ beth Mcllu
Hue', Howard Thorn; 'on.. : c'aea, welcome McCrcndy William and the Norman senior LEJACKSONVILLE World's biggest cross-word puzzle. full

Tenth grade high, rdith' I 'lr Massachusetts I page with over 1,000 words.

f'r tinker: :>? r: (1'I I;: ;; I innce, )()Scherr' ,Herb Ilwm: t I Almost all the clahave 3. PAGE OF AMATEUR PHOTOS. .

moth Io\, William, Angelina, Fred I Christmas tree, and many of the OAlNtn AHCtWt.M... A full page of pictures! Cash prizes ,
Chapman 1'(1In1: Close, Rachael il i chase arc preparing Christmas tn/ox/ COMFORT ., iu Send some yourself) .
Cc; ,stron, J.6lad h e.IHM J de..-
taus fLj.u with" tob Kil
Hurry Pt'rr'cc. Allen Pope, Harold i, Avow.NIl MM,....f ht,ndK. thud- 4. CASH PRIZE CARTOON GAME .
Riidford Rot RHta -M>...Ennr R.d rtk as
t The iri pao
school welcomes
elementary =: ..d nod's 610 a..M5 See the cartoon write your own answer
Ninth grade -- high, Doris Wurr several this ,
1 ; new pupils week: William M tiny 16.. .
low, Preston Bird Edwin Booth, Johnson and Olaf Carpenter, All CONDIfIONID you may win a cash prize!
Sherlden Miller, Jay Newton, sixth grade; William McCready COcrtA'L' LOUNGI COleef 1110'
} Frances Lamb fifth grade; Blanche Johnson and --SiotIt.-. arts- All in Early) Editions of The ,

;' Eighth grade high, Esther Alvin Carpenter, fourth grade, Elmer 7lM StOO .. MRMMllM I r
Rucker, Mabel R Pope Mary Jo Carpenter, third grade; and 40RMMUOO f4lUMtJJO I
I 1* Uvlt (MM MA MM. h4 140 I ''S
Close Wave Horton; low, Annette Helen Johnson and Frances Skagg, I l.>|.w..M.!...>..- I Atlanta Sunday American
Campbell, Edna Forte, Lewis second grade, 04411 It50rtt "" -
1 ::
Faker, James Nesbitt, Alice Reith- Al,1N, ; _rDUO'.
maler Mr*. Bird'i room won the banner 0.v jo\.
Seventh grade high, Hilda and dollar at the P T. A. meetIng -,
Dod on, AUiley Kemp, Fred Ho- .
bart; low, Dorothy Sullivan, Mavis .; ,
Watt, Milton Hunter, Virginia The room are attractively I decorated '
Hobson. for Christmas, and there i
Sixth grade high, Esther I Is a Christmas ties, In each room. I
Knight, Clarice Dodson, June S'fit ,
Vann, low, Arnold Mcllwaln, 1J lull ISM
Shirley Smith, Frank Hagl r Rice,J: I 1- YOUR MEALS 1/1 ,

Aida Connor, Eugene Lett, I need never be delayed If You I I II i? yj't lylp
Fifth grade high, Margaret 1 useNATURAL a ,h
Fool'I KIl/aLoth Peterson, JohnT.lylm" ) I ail II6 tiI
Shirley, Danzey, Doris I I GAS i II
Ada Dodsm I'.iy Pierce Mary
bubn You cm cook regularly event
\ fourth Ride i -- high, I I If the electric power I* off. I
Brown ;.n:.,'nut Brown. Eileen
I j Scherr I : ) | Virgil D. LYon. SI N. Krome I

,f : Third grade high, WteUredlDansty 'I I I II Iz
I James Brown, Gen Reynolds -----.1 + I
ti ,
I ion, Alfred Tomerlio Bar- 1l,1
I hIT W'llI'lrt; I ," '
Second i,' "II.i high, Joe Reynolds
Aime io I mndenburg, C,>n-
,i (ami! l, ,II Barbara Horne
GcMldme.c c 11, I bard, Thomas Dul irms #
Louise V, i II"I ; low (;lisle!
llowurd ,JWinmi's DusierttAmlrricds Largest -

First grade high, Virginia FREE .
Nixon, PhTia Rose Alton, Ray
aoll rf white 010" with
f Capllnger, lay Capllnger, Helen
ClrlrtthHrt... lOeII,
t Torntrlm, Joseph Davis; low, Billy on. D
I Hutchinson, art ..* Mllk .

Don't forget the amateur pruEdward >M rikkm wild atfu '
,....... at .. o40 I-
I 1I'A4!_ d.,1 theme -
Stiling 51 E. Flogler St. 60 RE.First .

i Kcal Estate --
S General Insurance .
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Tor. Palm Av and At*. B ,
'I -.... V

I :i Compare APEXWith 'FIE

For Any Electric Refrigerator t

and Toa'U Buy an Apex I

PlumbingInstallations Compute STYLING I

*You'll thrill at the dlt.
tioctiT modern beauty of
Apex Refrigeration Uoqvititiootbly > I
t the molt
beautiful of all ttCriftnton.


Repairsand *its huge shelf area give AUTOMOBILE

you more stable storage tl + r Ttbphrae lae awe sales toby bt faNS and .....- fcbr ..
Septic TankConstruction space per cable foot. ,F pluataf roar HolW r trip Tea en karal hi Aowriea: .
J tow: area eewfcM al a hint the tech ol drlytaf. MM
Compare FEATURES vow tmd tow M CM Umllr silMMkll awl row....,k>eCoatndnt .
I .It provides evMrtUag I d.p WM Itea be liMIt el snra.JacksoavIIIe .
yew ?
desire and need to secure ao>
most ciMvBi.ace sad <).
and Service ,...clebIeIOW'COItopcnolion.Compare .

\ PRICE OW RT S "- i I

+ SEE *Apes Refrigerators ere $8.5) 11174 ti i{j
( priced ...t.tloo.ll' low Miami .50 a)
I Compare quality sad price Daytona Beach 505" 9M .
.4 will
yon bay u Apra. i
W.H.BOOTH Fort Pierce &.20 U' !

I I"f I $146.00 up W Palm Beach _., U. 141

EASY TERMS Key Wed --a"' UO UNION! BUS STATION I." Cm ft-ow'bud" A'rithe'st"A"'
Tampa I.U III' MtlCY;dO\tla ecUancl, Hoste84
I Pioneer AppliancesNot ... Peterslmrg U' 1..10
Orlando (.53
( Incorporated) Lakeland S.7S

: Opposite F.E. Depot I Clisdanau ."U .1S.O __ __ .
N. Krome Phone IS ....' "


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Friday, December 17,1937 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE. Pare Eleven


_.._....._...._,...._. 0 '----0; By Aifcfey Kemp. Scribe i: CLASSIFIED ADS '
The High SdIR*. ...H Club-i
nUT BAPTIST CHURCH I The regular Seoul meeting wu 11 11FOR

Dee. 19-Moraine; soreness: Christmas party will be held at held at },frl. Skill' horn this!
RATE: First insertion 104 a line; subsequent Insertions
"The Spirit ef Christmas" Mr*. Fred Redd' home Friday week and the Christmas party will S* a fine :
be held at Franca Rutland1 home. '
evening sermon: "What Christ night This week Mn Carlton was I
The party will count. meeting -- .
Mean ie the World a ".
down from the office and we made ,
Dee. tt Christina progrtm At Tuesday'" meeting the girl, KENT Ha good Imitation tile root Offered

and tree. candy boxes and Christmas card I drew name The younier; girl. I I at an .?\"IeUvt price See

ThOM present were: Goldia worked on tenderfoot bets, and FOR RENT-Furnlihed apartment me for detail. Cameron. Phone

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH' Orennell, Carol Walker Virginia the older girl went on a flve-m'h! C R. Bigger, 104 N. E.I Tt, Homestead

Dee. 19 Leason-sermoa KInncr Katherine Orfinede, Julia (hike. The hocten wet Dora" 2nd ave. (nlt-U) FINCTRrIOMitere

topic ".. the Universe Including ,Scott I ; :

Wan, Evolved by Sullivan Annabell! and Teresa Present were: Patty Robinson, FOR RENT Furnished apartment modem house 7 room; large

Atomic Forter Redd, TltaJm* Radfbrd, Edith Bev-I Jane Fuchi, Mary Kathryn Suber Water light and bath front and back porches, J-cur

.is. Merle :jenkln and Florence Jenny Hardle Betty Bailey Ruth I Prefer man and wife. No child garage and servants' quartet

mST METHODIST CHURCH Nelson I Crave Glrlene Pace Katheryn ren or dogs. S. H. Fitch King Rare tropical shrubbery This

Dee. 1> Morning sermon --- Grave, Virginia Klnner, Vida Highway East._oli tt) I* a how place. $4100.00. Some .

Clarke Margaret Stillman, France term Cameron, Homestead
The First Christmas Sermon"ievening
I FOR RENT 10 ac.rlfledland.
acre Phone It.
t3tT Rutland, Ann Hickaon, Athley
sermon by Dr. C. K. Whslty0i
15 J. I HUcon
$ an acre. .
VIleL : the-WAI$ t'AaD.I Kemp Mn. Maynard and Mr.
In I Skill Narenja.! (a13l1)I PINE LAND
:' 8 A. West Mowry_ $30 per acre
"' 1 FOR SALEFOR I 10 A. Epmore Drive $50 per acre
Dee. If sermon
.r', FOR SALE I 10 A. Coconut Palm $39 per acre
"To All People": evening sermon
30 A. J1-57-38 $11 per acre
: "Joy Gift. :alA THEWS TRUCK LINE SALE S poultry house. 140 A. North Krome Ave. $10 per
Dee. tO Party for.yeung
Dally service Homestead to Florida type with metal roof.' acre. Cameron, phone 71,
r PeOple at manse at 7 30 p. m. Miami for 17 year. See owner Ill I
Accommodate 100 hen each Homet"'d."
Dec. tl Christina tree N. W. 4th St., Miami, or In Homestead by (ppointdicntI 1-
Battery equipment to accommodate
service at ':30 p. m. : FOR SALE: Tropical plants citrus
I 1000 fryer and young,
tree and tropical I fruiti
"-- stock I hand cultivators need
i' caon. Jungle Grove Redlanl
drill and pii\er Alice Simons.
road and Plummer driveR .
Olir ,
corner Silver Palm Drive

ln< hard, Ron.) (dlTtf) I. RID FRYERS-Live or flresid -

Free delt'c, :y In city Phon
FOR S.\1.E Used gas ..toIII-
53S-M McEwen Poultry Plank
I M u used :5-burner oil to\o Virgil

Lion 32 N. Krome. (d7))

ROSE!!: BUSHES Guaranteed 8-,I

yr old fieldgrown everboom-: :, EXAM: ONLY $400 Including -

ing varieties. Fall planting best physical xamlnation

Free catalogue. TYTEX ROSE:; Miami Health Clinic, :11111 N.

I NURSERIES TYLER, TEXAS I I E. 2nd Ave, Miami (d3-24)


FOR SALE Buick coupe 1931

f1iJLff1T'rear I model. A-I condition. Ernest P! WANTED Girl bicycle. 24-
I Roberts (n25 tf) I' inch wheel. Redd Dry Cleaners,

I Homestead.
bile supply at-- FOR SALE Second hand pianoin
locally owned abr" I condition. Price attractive
This new n good FRUIT WANTED Roadside
.... Ws.Ill Aate reuse t w P Homestead Varlet
brings grow ear t I I Trading Post, Vi mile S. Gould,
direct to '
handled. and values Store. (pdlT,) 4-A Hwy. (nl -dlO)
owners 01 this "'',. I

Now fresh high.grsd. tnrl.chae- I Grapefruit Isle oPines
offered WANTED Listings of howe
dbn. at the lowest priNt ever I variel"lliOc bu. Tangerine)
whoa ol the e.n- and apartment for Henry
in thb article guaranteed: f I 25fl peck. Mrs. Eva Collins, Dehrens & Bent W. Morris, N.
try. Every HOME OWNED AND OPERATED BY Modello. (dlO tf I) Krome ave., north of 10-crnt

"BATISFACTIOW \ store; phone 94. (al8-tf)
OR MONET BACK" E. C. COLLINS Jr. : FOR SALE: House, 4 apartment .-

k Hundred of BargalwCem.. In ; N. Krome Avenue, *, 602 South Krome avenue..

1 and look around HOMESTEAD FLORIDA Buy a Home

font In M us explain' onr'Easy Payment Plan Buy

Buy Glade Land

DtED It b ray firm belief that higher .

Mater 17411 IMI. rile NaNOTICE price are Imminent.
Whole Skin WEARWELL TIRES "Fluid" i AA

IS HERESY OIVEM that I Don't quibble about prier
Alonxi Uwl* hat nf Town tt rush' '*01\'& wail
M 1 Two Cortlflral Mo. 1640. toll
oiL FULL STANDARD SIZE AND WEIGHT 1041, 1041 1064. and 1843.awl U.. s.,1lay Buy now.
Accuracy of Julr A. D. ..... .M IIM _"..' l'
I ..tJ Only In' KIT offfct and .... 010* ..ppllcntloar You'll thank me for this *uggntlina -
r\\ lithely, safe and dopnndabi. Our Iron ,< a t.. tnt l" ... land tkoMM SawN a few mint a hence.
J illrlratM _b.... the following der t
t id guaranteed to proof ot their quality < tier ,?boot v.oporto hi the tko Town of Fill II. A. Cameron

kind long, trouble-free mileage, and they lIzmonswront t ,* city Count at Dade, staid .f FlanWe.
ler. glsw ....It,
ave you M%, to 43 ftM t.t I, Bloc I >I\i..I M Rook
r "2. Pur IS, aol Pint \ ; SI, Pan NOTICE or A"IIUTION FOR TAX
K. III DM Town of Horl-U ill Couif DKIIDChap'
$4.89 I tv of D "'> state of riurliU as .m- .' n..,. Ara of 5155. A 240
I ?p1' S Od" ('1hUUI is ,..a.N brand In (,Hess Ole 10411. TIM !NOTIC I* NICHES* OIVKN 'i't, ,,I
MMM>I..I| 01"Id fnvnr IllHbr Mry M. Boll. holder at Into 'M Ot
ate MM Ortirinite based wu In the T.. CortlftMW No. "II ....*! ins
710 $5.25 tV MUM tot M... Ida nun sod ..> of A. D ua, kM. fll)..iMM
|x* I. Black' I Pkmlbw, PIN Book In my of/lco, M4l kM wi4o all
7s e v.le It Pu< II, .a7. rim Boob tt Pun ratio for Ul Mad .. W ........ Inn, ,
I $235. l.50-tl Ii4.U-lt 14. hi tin Tow at Florid. "Its.' C unltt BM OoHlflrate omknrM tko folliiwln t
Easy PU. RUM at FIorM.. M _b.... dalntwd nruprrtf In Iho Onntf nf Undo,
$5.49 1 $5.75 25 tt In Ctrtirk* No. 1041. TIM .& saw of raw lo-wHi
For j2 +S1 iru went wf ..m pmMTtv leader tin Ian 14 end It. Both\ .. "ru. Fords all m4 C.ttifaam lwnrd was I. tin ,..... a sob Plot Book I*. P 0>" .
__ 01 ..... Ida EI-. I I* tn. Cvuniy of DuK BUM rkM .,
$6.20 I :as1-is $6.85 Lot t, seek I. ,........... Plot $unIt .*.
Lon.R,," 00.19 21or31 C.P.t Put fl AM Flat Book tt, Put Tko Mooomwnl nf Ml4 *Pat to wiibrtko
Tina Jorllnnte41 FRIM 14. ta tlM T... oi rtarwla Clip. c..... MM oortlfwXo Joists WM la tIN
Mork PAearsn Lamp is of Duo sus .1 Florida. as .m, ".dValow..
GunGGrease ul bill brand I. &rtlfr.a Ne 1042. Thearmament VUn MM Mnirhnh Omit
of MM nraportr ..<." MMMM .4 irooHInn-/ low, tho pnvorty ,."
NEW 1937 6-TUBE CtrtlflMt bond. *M In UuMm ........ tkorwln will ko wM to the hill. ,
lee tf Mr*. Ion F.lton loW M I... Cans konM oW mM
l'c' Streamlined Ballon-Tired Lot 4. Block I '.....1..... Ml Boot. HIM ...-.. In the niwitb of JmiuIM '.
II. Pu -.iol': Book IS, Put *. wkkk. h tko, SH. day *f J*>''"''i.
14, his the ::.: riurUm die.. 1.IS.
of Don*. But* nf FlorM. M row bawd this lot nay of Dwwhrr. list
brand ConKVot. Xo. IMS. TIM K H. IFATHHIMAf:
tasty Western Flyer 2s n...w.4 of MM nronortr moor Clerk ., Clrrult CuuMMM
tin said (sutra. bWd W" Ie less c..", PloiiniClranll
.."* of Mr*. Ida Elton: Cant BM
.qualllr.lIII'IUJlHdl 80.ae11s.0 Lot .. Block 1, '_1_. Plot Book By N C. rrr.mnrrr D '
PadloCk F" SExtra\ Strong Frame. Blond Rune25c It Pass IS. sod Pint Book IS, Pass Other .. W It ... ,.
... I* tko Tow nf Florida City. Cam
I F.q." N Cup Grease W tf Ddo But* of riiirM*. M oin. PROCLAMATION
the .'wac. $31 95 breed In liortlfwM* No. 1M4. Th* Ill the ear theater .f 1h. : :$
Pound _mini *- MM vroportv .*oor tin 01 Nemmte.d steamed l for In* rftlMnnnn'llr
Id 1.13 bkrcle.' AttrtAis MM Cortlfwnt. word WM la Ik* nun onee and moon tilt o.aa'R_ I.
BU Troxel saddle Now rh i of all Ion tlu*. *. the Mron4 To-War I. ''a-
torture Closeted Brake lash Lot 4. Block 1 rUMltnn. Plot Book wry M tkn Hf knll nrtwon tIN..... nfSt
It, Paso IS. sal Pint. Book IS, Pw I *' s. M .** onntitwn,
bearings tbruughout NntDII' 15Cram u ... f. tko Town of ....... Clt,.. Co.. AND Will UM followlo. .fc
traps rod, .trwjtoUn. ehalnrunrd tr of D**.v Ill wf norkln M w,. dial nf the eke *t N.mwtmd k... he- i
/ an Ps t sturdy earklig I ......* I. ConlfwnM ".. I.... Tb. 4.ljr minted kf till site c.iuv.,1' .-
MioiiniMt of MM ro.r. moor Ik* .Lee/.. n.Ulo.. Mioolr, W. B L"",
sand, Huf'4r Jtwol UU re I MM C" lf!..*o know WM In tko nun still 11_ bill L 8..'..*. Holf4Lotnk
,wine Q-E Sector and etknr ... *tm of II.., Mn Klloo and R r. MmtollMw..
'/afl9li equipment I Ski, tiadb fhI Unkw* MM Certificates yO ko r*. WwW TMEBtrXIKIC I. Tom /. its' ,
*IIOM< ooorcU4t a kintk* ionH Worse of the err tl _....., do.of\
) RnMitlfunjr HnWMd. In n.d> Flastll/1i it I 11 mil.I Ikotol. will ko ioM I* Ik* kl.>kml 11, 1.s.-, as eel
tng bnkod-oa enamel saws, kkMor n* the Con home 41-W on too ==74-mm .w .f N.r d end
Tar Rod, Sprockntn, Gilt lint Uneasy ta ... month of Janet, .sell .pen nil nIUM town I* MM llwlr
to \sea, wkwk k) tk. 1H nov *t Jnnr .maw for mf i t4 MOM ..., < ..-
Handlebars and all other Many r.jrmwiU 1 I ind nt the pIn the y MR
xpowd mate putt arechrome rents te But TM 4 DvMl Mb M Abe W Dental lIlT.It. .. the = *f S n. 0 av ; I ov.OMd.
plUocLOther B. LIATHKRMAN ......
N dork of CIo>nIt Conrt that tbs M. ttr nf DnunnWr,
i "Western nyer. .al Low a. $28.95 Slew Frs3tod eiNwit OwABy ... Tam A II......
N. c. BTKButrrr -. C. M wjail

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1 Papa Twelve mE LEADER- ENTERPRISE Friday, December 17, 1937Ifn.

Pennlngton Dies I The list of necessities as tinted im imHmHmMmi imHM MIIHimillllllMHIHIIHIMIHMIH HNIHIimHIHIMmi HnMll MIIWIMmillimMlimn miHIIIHIHHIIlltllllmHIHIIIIIIHIHtl!
'by T. M. Johns, superintendent' of
After Illness
Short Canada
II the home include the following: Sunbeam

funeral services for Mr*. Sarah k1 I Fmlsfena such aa canned goods, Dry
Ann Fwwlngton 7J, who died I jetties of all kinds, flour, bacon, Ginger- / MinceMeat:
Saturday after a short Illness' at. meal, sugar rice, lard potatoes, ale or '
the home of her daughter, Mrs|I meats, corn, English peas pork Spark.ling
[ and beans, string beans dishes
Charles J Cave, were conducted ; with
ti In the KII, ',t Baptist Church atJ .'I such as serving dishes, plates, cereal -
p. m. Sund..y by the Rev. C. N. bowls and water glasses-aaI Water brandy -
Walker 'I I of heavy variety; silverware; Urge bottle 1
I sheets for threes-quarter' beds, 16 oz. jar15C
Burial I A. In Palm Cemetery,'
;:white bedspread; wash cloths,
Naranja under the direction of'
| print materials in three-and-a- '
Turner funeral Home. Pallbearer 29c
|half and four-yard lengths whitei plot deposit
were A J. Campbell, J. T. ,
i linen or organdy for
Vann C I Gault O. A. West, S.
dresses, white slip material Tasty Mix XmasCANDY
L. West and W. T. McConnelL elastic In one-fourth Inch BLUE PLATE
Mn Pennmgton came to Homestead
width, boys' shirts In sixes 10 to
23 years ago from her birthplace DRESSINGPts
IS; combs, tooth brushes, toothpaste SALAD
In Qultman Ga. She It
; white enamel for beds; notebooks
nngon survived of bv Homestead one ion;,five Fred daughters Pen-- note book fillers tablets .. u 25c Quart __ 39c 2 lbs . 35c
pencils; money for shoes furni-
Mr Cave, Mr Nixon
end Miss Wants Prnnlngton of ture such as dressers,parlor tables, WALKER AUSTErCHILI Pure Gold, plain of self-
chairs mirrors and not
Homestead Mn. Boss Snell of bath mats No. lean. 13c rising
Miami and Mix C. B. Crews of
Tampa; a sister,Mn.R.P. Kitchenof L O. O. r. HAS FISH FRY No.2 can 23c FLOUR
Pine Mount; and 20 grandchildren. un
Rudolph Mattson noble grandof
the I. O. O. F. lodge of Homestead EXINE'CIIILI POWDER, can, i5c 5 Ibs. ........................ 2lc

Baptist Listed Orphan for White Needs Xmas grand,, and entertained Carl Anderson the members, vice- 10 Ibg ........................ 42c

of the lodge at'a fish try in the Del Monte MINOTCranberry Snosheen
k A "White Christmas" will be t O. O. F. hall Tuesday evening.
Whole PeeledAPRICOTS
held at the Homestead Baptist During the business session, R. Sauce
Cake Flour
Church Sunday for the benefit of O. Moon. B. C. Murphy and II:. S.
the orphan at the Children's HomeIn Capllnger were appointed to arrange
Arcadia. All of the contributions for the annual Christmas 2 tall cans.. 25eSTOKLE"S pkg. .._uu_ 29c
toward the brightening of party of the Rebekahs and Odd No. 2 can 23c
Christmas for this big family of I Fellows, and plans were made for JEWELLARD,41bs..45c
over one hundred and fifty girls sending the annual Christmas gift
and boys, are to be wrapped In to the Odd Fellows' Home in I Bartlett ;
white and assembled at the church.I Gainesville. PUMPKIN

PEARS Van Camp's .
HOMESTEAD HABERDASHERYNext No.2Hcan..23c 2 ''No. 2/$ cans 25c Pork & Beans

to Post Office Monarch: Golden Oriole Tiny Sweet 16 01. can u.. 5c

Get your gifts here and you'll save money. .save Bantam PEASNo.2can..l8c Fancy Blue Rose

time-and you'll certainly make him happy. '

ROBES. I 4 Ig. ears *.. 19c Heinz Plain or Fig

Flannel' Robes $3.50 I Chocolate Covered PUDDINGlarge MEAL OR GRITSY

Silk Robes......$3.95 CordialCHERRIES 5 Ibs : 19c
can 32c
and$6.93Pajamas BLACK EYE PEAS or

( to match)
Fresh soft shell BABY LIMA BEANS
lb. box .. .. .. 39c crop

Light weight Flannel PECANS, lb. ........ 21c 2lbs. _._ 15c

a Robes ...... $2.93 Bulk Pitted BRAZIL NUTS, lb. 35c Bulk Shredded

DATES lb. ..15c MIXED NUTS, lb. 25c COCONUTper

Paris Belt and CLUSTER WALNUTS, lb. .... 28c
Buckle Set ...... $1.50 lb. .. 30c

Shirtcraft Shirts Shirtcraft Pajamas lb. pkg. ___ _. 15c MINCE MEAT ...... lOc

$1.25$1.65, $1.65, $1.95 NONE SUCH ......, 15c
\ $1.93. Irish Potatoes lb. u... ._. 40c
$2.25,$2.95 I KELLOGG'S

SILK HAND TAILORED TIES 10 Ibs. ._.n. 18c 41b. to 6 lb. Picnic Corn Flakes

8o, t for |I.t*| ISc. S far $1.15 I
'1.10,S for IS.T5:11.M, S fee$4.M Long Crisp HAMS
I''3 pkgs. __ _u 25c

All Leather Bedroom pers. IInw1t.Slip- Interwoven Sox II CELERYStalk lb. ..... u_ 22 FREE Cereal Bowl

blue. black, .... .. lOc Triple Creamed
and dubenet 39c, 3 for $1.00 Western Chuck

53c, 2 for $1.00$2.6o FRESH BEEF ROAST SPRY

and $1.00 pair '
Cranberries 3 lb. can ..... 57c
lb. 23c
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BOY'S.RIDING. PANTS_ .;;;.::"'''''''''' $1.50, $1.95; lb. ......u.. 19c I Chase & Sanborn DatedCOFFEE

1 Friendly Service Boned and Rolled


LETTUCE ,Ib .. .__ ._.. 27c

21 I heads Ib ....... 30c
1g. .. 15c Local Fresh DressedFRYERS
Sno- aU Boston Style Shoalder

portable DIlate ud Acetylene Welding sits Cylinder Blocks.CylMer Cauliflowerper Pork Roast J JIJ. Ib. .......... 35c
Beads,Mtmlmnm Castings and .....*.

AilewtUra Maek1..i lrta terbt to garages tm main 11J. __..__ IQc ........__ 25cl ]Hens, lb. _... 3tc
bearing pedag and aligned ,..aata,.. iransalhw red peering
f aryl hiring and tjVaUa baring.E UII
I Order Your Christmas Turkev Vow

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