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 24, 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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33835104 ( OCLC )
AKP5867 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047482 ( LCCN )

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Preceded by:
Homestead leader
Preceded by:
Homestead enterprise
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Homestead leader-enterprise


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GIFT' 'OF. 'CITY ;. .>vi:,.! ..f. 'i"'t'. ,,. '.. !i'rJfb'c'. } .. ""' .....fe.v....;.'.. ;-d:-'," AGREED UPON

Council( Sets Mulaj' "*=at ) ;, >' : 'L ader-EnterPnse Cjtyto Co-operate With

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!' Revised Tax Books to ,Be :' ': o* a' .Very ',Merry Minister to Have Voice In

Opened Not Later ,.
-' '. _. ... .. Keeping out Gambling
Than Jan. 10 ;" and IndecencyOffered

A reduction of 87 per cent in the :Christmas
unlimited power In the
tax rate wee presented to Home, ?
banning or cluing ef any: carnival
stead' overburdened ..
i taxpayer .
shows deemed i
or concessions objectionable
M I Christmas gift by the city .'
the mayor and city
council Monday night which unan-
council of Homestead voted Wcdnetday -
Jmouily adopted emergency ordinance
No. 237. letting the 193788 night to co-operate with

millaga at IT mills. Last, year's . w the Redland District Chamber 4If
levy WM 85 mills ** .' *" Commerce In staging the annual

Subject to minor revisions, the I fruit festival, or fair', In Homestead ,
total aliened valuation wa.' accepted next February for the first
at $1.J85,312 for the current time In more than three years
fiscal yell This sun represents At the suggestion Of the council,
an increase of about sixteei per, r censoring authority will be vested -
I cent over last year1 valuation ot' ,', In a committee composed of
SI.003,486. 1 y one member from the chamber of
finance; No. Rae, also adapted I commerce! one from the Redland
at an emergency PIe..ure.fler District Improvement Associationand
three reading, estimates total budget one from the Red l..nd District ?
... expenditure at $1I ,401. In Ministerial Association.

JWi ,csUmatesr $44,589.lq.pjovidedfor ; ......... Tht,council met in Informal
debt tervlce, $57,932 coven the conference with the chamber directors ,
{ II cat of operating the various' city I f Wednesday night and
'1 departments, and $11880' takes Christmas Cheer for 129 Needy Families'SPEAKER: URGES heard Ceo. W Turner, Jr.. president {
(Continued on Page Two) Il repeat what he had out
Assured as Public Responds to Appeal I lined to the official council body j
j HEALTH CLINICSnWADEGOUlNY Monday IIJ&fIt.II': "t the chamber

LOCAL CLUB JO : was committed to-state; the festival
I .One hundred twenty-nine needy Couple to Observe Inside or outside the city limits
familiM in the Redland District and that I carnival strictly regulated -
.' ACT AS HOST. TO will get basket of food and toys- AnniversaryOf as to decency and eliminationof
t' needed to insure Christmas Their Marriage a ; gambling was considered necessary
hints The need of public health unit
: from the standpoint of
ROTE MOTORCADE I cheer-u' the result of generous I* fawaev el tfce clztietk act In Dade County wfth one central I revenue and ballyhoo. Prank discussion

( response to calls sent out by the nlveraary ef u.e1F 'marriage, office and various sectional clinics I oil the merits and demerits

.1The Homestead Rotary Club will jont( civic clubs committee. Itfr\ :aad.. Mrs. tkenas 8.1. was broughX out by Mrs Mary of carnivals ensued with the rclulting -

J play host top motorcade of severs) The benefit mldnlta movie, the will be at base te tileII'Irieec W Matthews of Miami state board I censorship arrangementIt
hundred will come Junior Woman's Club benefit of,health supervisor.'in talk before was understood that the city
Rotarians who a pct Christmas Day tress a would furnish lights and Vater
f from: Miami to spend a day among dance And a benefit .r4' party $ eVIeek members tit the Homestead for the fruit and commercial exhibit

the-grove. *and:farms W !the: Red glvea bj 'tire tSacret Heart Club a and Mrs. Brant were Business and Professional Women tents only, and that the earDlval -
; land District on.ththlrd Wednesday netted "of' than $100 Club in Legion hall Monday will for electricity -
total more pay
aimoaff the first te cease to evening Such a unit, she said.. company
January The Miami Ro* uaed its
tary Club-and-the many f for' the Christmas ..Cheer fund over what to sew taw city W Ben*. would be financed bjr the county and water by
shows and and on the midway -
'*the visitj, fas Miami during.mid he week-end. Previous donations stead.-aad they have Irene W with state and federal aid. j tine
clubs and warn frtrads sad weU-wiaben Florida has the second highest ,_ ,
winter will, comprise the motor- from the civic a "
"cade. 4' : .j balance on hand from last year bad to the....district.. ., death rate in child-birth case In] Constable Break Hand
the United States she said, and
The club took action already resulted In more than $100
following ait announcement for the fund, so it is believed that Coundl'Appolnta King I the United State has the highest On Chi Prisoner
of the projected motorcade 'made the committee of which T. J:. Kirby Trailer Camp Manager child-birth death fate In the'
at the noon meeting Wednesday' Is chairman, 'will not fall far world. Last ;year It,000 mothers Constable J. M. aWborougH Ie
by J. ],f. Deer of the Miami Rotary -i short of Its goal of $300. i H. Clinton King, local barber in this country died In child-birth] nursing ag 'Jnjured right hand{ In
Club. P Money In boxes left I In stores and resident of the municipal trailer and 10,000 of them need not have a plaster cut this week Small
,: Hollowing reading of a letter{throughout the district and camp adjoining the swimming I died. bones were broken when the opn-
written by a Chinese boy in Han[scheduled .to; be collected Thursday POOl. was appointed! manager of I Torty of every thbussnd white itable right connected withthe
kow, China,- and transmitted! night was expected to swell the camp by the city council Monday babies In Dade County die before jaw of one Geoffrey ,,Johnson,
through the Hankow Rotary Club,, the fund. Future Farmers under night. Mr King told the they are one year old," she said Homeatead negro who resisted
I members of the Homestead club,' their adviser. Geo. K. Wakefield, council that he has had considerable "and 96 of every thousand colored and tried to/ overpower the Officer .
passed the hat and raised nine dol-]assisted by Gordon Irey, were to exerience in trailer camp babies die before they are year when.arrested for using profane -
lars which will be transmitted!(collect the barrels of contributed I management and expects to be- old. There Is no well-baby or [ and. Indecent language; Saturday
through Rotary International to I groceries from stores Tuesday come I permanent resident of pre-school clinic I,,' the county. nightAt
:' the Red Cross in Hankow I i P.-T. A. committee collected] Homestead Other applicants for There I* no continuous school the p" hearing before -
j The annual exchange of ten- toys made by the WPA sewing i the position Included: J. C. Vann nursing, for we have only. five Peace Justice S. L. Kendrick:
cent Christmas presents toot place i project and :apportioned them]hand[ It.Broadhurst. The council white and two colored: < health on Tuesday the negro was bound
Wednesday following ft turkey among the ba&kets. 's selection was based upon the nurse in the county There I* over under $104 bond for trial >n
dinner I 'state law which requires the manager la JuJc. cat kammuuicable..4he the court Jt crimes

Local Welfare Office I to, be a 14 hour resident of I control. r
A. L. Loper Takes Over the camp he aupt:vises. i' "We know that the child 'of a NEGRO HELD FOR SALE:
.Y' To Observe Holiday syphilis mother will not inherit 1 OF ,STOLE AUTOMOBILE
:1 Collection'the I [
Garbage Fruit Stands Looted treatment is begun before (the fifth John Williams, negio' Is being
The Homestea] office of the I month, but the general public I held la Homestead Jail to awt't
city garbage collection contract district welfare board which is By Thieves at Night the dread disease If prenatal I. preliminary; hearing ia Justice
changed bands. last week crest.from 9 till 1 on Tuesdays. and needs to be made aware of such court on charges ot possession of
when the council accepted the Fridays will not be epen on Fri- Twaroadalds fruit stands In 1 things M this needs public and trafficking In stolen property
resignation ot J r Cbamblissand uy of this week because of the Redland were looted by thieves health education. fe was arrested bert Tuesday by
engaged A. L. Loper, who had Christmas holidays, Mrs. Evelyn!: Tuesday night while their owners "The county hospital at Kendall Constable J. M. Scarborough.A .
charge of the work several,year W Sanders who has charge of Ibt slept. Ten hampers 'rpefrult will adminster free treatments for I few days ago Williams traded

ago: ;satisfactory, tnxto-l -of. office, report ,"oranges and tan* 'ihllls, but the treatment mutt ta eat la Take. ,,M4IrtIa operator of
der'on ,a. new truck.waa .reported I TIM office Is located! to the Mc- two fancy boxes of ,q vm weekly for I year and ar !'a used car Jot on If..Krome avenue,
by Councilman A. r Webb, who :Crory'Arcade, and all applications: stolen-from: the star* fore I cure I* effected, and j"Tracing the license A". Mr
mommaaded that It would be bet. :for old age assistance,NYA .--' ban, and the stand 1:>n hospital an far from(Martin discovered ".. bile
a ther' ftar for the city to under or WPA. work; ,should \be made Al 8lqletonwaa 'tMI trsaiportatloa I[had been stoH trb tIifotGnt.
I'" "'rg" +r41w84"fow, '>;U1vt'ImteatMSt-klyddbsttk QUSo'tiolltl"a '- A ,
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Pace Two THE ..ENTERPRISE. Friday, December 24,' 1917; .

I Attorney Ira C Ha* wk. '. 74-Year-Old Resident rence Popes preeentod each ladx: Bade County. *.er* 6Mi .

'lARGE AUDIENCE, The operation budget include:; : Of GoakU Diet Here!: with a Gift and ibe gift wereMiter *. Jane ,N bitW local publfcl,
MOM for the police department., donated to it I*-Miami branch health none, who. had arranged for}
SEES AMATEURS 11, *0 for the library; $4M tot of the ChiMren'a Home Society. tWiecTuf' *, ; t'
MUUigt $1,000 for streets; $.77 4 Jackson Bruce Vaughan, 14, real*, Goo* U Swan South Dade The member contributed'
dent of Could died after brief
for parka; W.5O8 for aaniitattani, ; director of the 'll CWtJ, aekaowl tM Christina Cheer ,
IN COMPETITION r N.Ut too the tire department Ittm Monday,** .la afternoon.Port Graduate The hospital, edged on behalf of- the children: Mnt I T Hemmed .....k'I01'or

an4| MSJH.lor. tkJHbt and water, body tome the nht' 'Mtil Monition* of e Christmas. program which
Mat Turner funeral Hometo
wa by
t plant nInJa fruit by the club and Itsseembers. eluded a acid "Star of the Zest: i
rive little boys who went ArtmlnhlratloB .'peMe* cover hie teenier home .t Drake He aba thanked the by Mr. L P. McLean songs by the 1
Va. foe burial
through DM .routine and. formation platy *t the maror $ 00; ttt the Branch Lions for their senarous-seeponse club aids Bible reading' 4>r Mrc,
of a military tap dance with city clerk, flJOO: city attorney Mr. Vaughan wa a retired dairy to the Christmas coal drive. J, K, Oaiunit. Mr. Flora Jv
vim and Precision won the five $tM; tax ._.or. pot; council turner and was born at KmtviQe. The Rev. R. Z. Tyfer.Tator of 'flyers president, announced that

'dollar cub priae for children of men, W4; janitor UM: legal Va. Since coming to the Redland Trinity Methodist Church of Mlmi a report on the public lounge and
District be had been living at the .
school Ate.1IId.under at this ama-
UpeIIIIeI, $7W: office expenaea, gave- an insph-ing addren on"Friendship" rest room project would probably
borne ot his daughter .Mrs. 3. TWlnge ,
tour night held In Heva King I7M: ielephona. POO; insurance. from thr bookHow be mad at' the Mkt meeting, Jan, '.
Cooper:: auditorium kit Friday 11.000: annual audit, $200, and of Gould to Mk .friend- by Dale Carnegie 1 '
night under the auspices 01. and; contingency tunc!. $4.000. Besides big wits Mrs. DUabeth 'Present besides member and
lot the benefit el the merle and Vaughan of Richmond Va. he 1*
The total revenue for the
year three
speaker were gulls, Mrvfee.
art department tIII<< Homestead la estimated at $..000. It win be survived b,: one eon William F. D, ftuehte, Mr.. ArvIJ1I<
aehool The uniform Vaughan:; one aiter Mr Grace
peppy derived from tight and water j
ae HEALTH CLINICS Booth ind' Miss Lou. pfUa;Gren.
,!tepptri. were Billy Hutchinson, count, occupational and tpeclalUcenaei I V. Jackson; and four daughter. *
Mr. J. f Mr J. W.p reel.
Dele roust, Donald Neely and Payne .
the fine and forfeiture (Continued from Page one)
Hubert and Bobby Nichola. I I friend, Miss Sail B. Vaughan.all .
fund anf all sources except ad of Drake Branch and .... .1 XOBTUEKir F. r. COMING
A violin and guitar team billed. .
valorem taxea. A mill levy: expense and loss of work timewould
ai "Connor and you..." won the II! cover the small difference of 'Wlngo. keep moat of those who Tlw Wettfleld. N Y. chapterof
five dollar prlM In tile adult competition Future Farmers of America and
$1,111, between revenue and open need the curt from attempting to
with hill billy number Night Festive their adviser, C. V. Flagg Jr., who;:
I rating costs, and I* Included In the 1Ladies' get It even It they knew free
plunked and sawed out with dexterity I, are making a tour of the state of
n-1ll1O levy Joe all purpoae Affair at Lion Club"Ladles' treatment I* available. Local clinic
and abandon. I I Reviiion of the tax rolls to would remedy the iltuation. Florida will pend Sunday night
The winners selected after! hero at the Future Farmer Ilb.bou.oe. *
were I|.I correspond with the new millage I Night" at Redland District 'Fifteen Florida counties have
Judges bad called outstanding contestants I* being hastened by Tax Assessor Lion Club on Tuesday was a already established public health
back to the stage for a X after the nit "
Claude Campbell, well-attended and festive occa- *
liual applause referendum. Called!council expressed It* desire. I ilon. Christmas decoration, Mr*. Matthew and Mr*. Gay READ THE WANT ADS
back In the children' clan were 1] that the book be thrown open for. graced every table a* well aa the Wickman health supervisor for
the winning dancer
Randolph Cave military and Virginia1;i!I the payment of taxes not later I I wall and ceiling of the Lions Den ____ _" u... _._ __
Walker guitar and ..coordl.n'I8I the than city Jan election.10, which I I. the eve of Santa Claus In the penon of Law-,

duo; Jacob, Up dancer, ands)[ Under the recent agreement LEGAL NOTICES I II
Parman and Lonnle Home
bondholder I
with the substantial
in an impersonation of Fred Atalre *-!discount are offered to encouragethe oaora FOR PUBLICATION '

and Ginger Roger, reipecttvely. payment of delinquent taxes.Such nc nm oiHct'rToouaT, KwvrNTHJUDICIAL I r
Stanley Wlttkop In a comic payment will be applied to CIRd'IT. "ADI OOUNTVriiORIDA. ,I
Ma Wet act, was the only adult IN tHANC r. coax MO
retirement of the new issue of refunding I
amateur called back with Connor certificate cowing put .ar PUtaUM. ... ClaudCA.d..r. 461 A6111,

and Young. j I due interest on the old bond The MILL sf..da.t.torn silvers
The amateur contest yielded a certificate are redeemable at 25 a ._.... kr mltUm* apeadd be I
record "gate", with total receipt th'> kill IIM ta lM w __ that
per cent of face value at any time Clad o.n_, the Ddaad.M ta.nin
of 'SUO that netted HS.M for the this special fund shows a balance .!- k> d --...., of 1W BUM of
muilc and art department after'! KUrW. ..4 kH. MUMM b .. _... Complete Roast Turkey
on hand In till treaiury. ta UM BUM ot
that tine k
priM money and other axpeiueaj' ......... the .....tows. ., ....Pass" raw
had been paid. The attendance 1 wMr esati bind. -.II Dotat ... that
CaD or THANKSWe be .. IM am .. tw..w.we Dinner $1.00
was M great that every spare told It ki tkmfm. Httnt UM saw
fog chair desk chair and event' wish to express our gratitude *Mt IMM toM kt ..4 .k to .
for _..... Ik out .*
the sympathy, kindness to wiml to *
kindergarten chair In the school tIM hi _U men M .. W M* -.1
wa preued Into uie. j|and beautiful floral tribute ao lk 8th 4v .f r kn>uir, A. D. GREEN LANTERNRESTAURANT
Generously tendered by friend sow DM Umtkw ml mtt kill
Mrs. Margaret MID* music supervisor _
,land kM M Mf ky MM DW
and Mia Mable Wi1. neighbor during our hour ofbere.nt 'It to fwlkw .dud kM >r Mr Wr
In the death of Mr. ...........' wear our -- -
llama, art supervisor, sponsored .... Is n.-.w.d 1LoMof-_
the amateur conteft Mr*. Adrian,Sarah Ann Pennlngton. .... -wp..w MMMM4. hi MM 0 ..trTVta
+dt Jacob played the piano. aceornMpaniments. I| Mr. and Mr*. C. J. Caves, .. 1400 U..i. >.r lets It51.R .

W. C. Jtheney WIlt Mr, cod Mr*. Roy Nixon .. LEAniHHAN.Ctoril .
Mr and Mr*. Fred PeDl llltoa. *4 ClrraH Cm4
master of cerement
Mr. and Mrs. It t: (C1NtoIt oft"t loa
f ewjrr, A i 1 Cir4cVa. ;
Weatl Pennln ton, d. iw./a..a
Hum .....,.., ,
TAXESContinued far
CUT IN Mr and. Mr* O R Crew fft '-...-..;use

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care of sdtninlityyatloipenes. '' Long. Distance Rates ,.. .
and eootlnuanclw.{
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Debt p.nice'31 e Include' aMO.OOO .
Reduced Christmasand
linking fund to protect the on (

pew refunding Issue of bond, and
anu4 installment payments no New Years Day ZjCono to all +bur customers and friendsin

Judgments accorded by Harry C.
DavU, $,417, and the Vermont Investment DUTANCK.rate* for .Unnlde between Homestead and South Da
Co. $1IH. The two. |{points within the United States on both Christ

Judgment were extended overt IIOM and New Yearn: days, will be reduced. Feed & Supply Store
six and eight year periods through! :The low night rates that are how In effect every

the effort of the council and City [flight after seven and on Sunday will apply on Homestead, Fla.Kilgore .
t (both pcnon.- no and itatian-toiation call t

made Christmas day and New Year" day.

If you can't be with out-of-town relative and I 'f
Friends you can "voice viu't" with them by long '
;distance telephone at little COM. .
Since these holidays are Saturday,you can place I s .
falls any lime from 7 P. M. Friday until 4:30 A.M.
Monday on both the Christmas and New Year i

I" TL VA :tfte"'ridt, and obtain the low rate I

i Take advantage bt this opportunity to make II

.4 MltluioY 80.Iwith ; both Christmas day and New Year' day this year a j Tomato Seed i
.phis ad lee) time of greater happiness for your !loved one and I Ii

Ch1Idree I Nmain" I friends a* well a* younrIL With hoc special] low j j'I
do A No-min i rate in effect you can talk a distance of 100 mile 'II

'I for 40c 500 mile |1.IO. 1,000 mile JI.S5. and I f

\ greater or leas distances at a correspondingly low ) Bred-Rite Marglobe

cart when using tenice. FenontoPenon -

Let Us service U slightly higher' j I .Bred-Rite Grothen Globe

RejuvenateYour 1s"E' AND TELEGRAPH CoJHARRIS Bred-Rite Scarlet Topper .


Car.. J \1: Bred-Rite Extra Selected GlobeS t'

I traLVCM14 ,
Wood Work and other leading varieties ,;'.
Body Fcnder Ilepain ;

Tape and Trimming Fik. .. i! Also '!

*Scat Covers iPwUbU*ElNirl and *.etyteae Welding in ClUmitr Slacks I t Full Line New Flower Seed ;

PaintingArt's' Wader Meads, AhuaJaoaa Caallaca aa4 B ,
Astometlea .......Cateria* to gases ta atalaibaariaig c

peering .... aligned ......... ewuectlaf red pMriagae4 I t -
Paillt ShiIt kerlng Bad cylinder berteg.EXPERT I The Kilgore Seed Co..

MI N. aUtOM* A TL WORKMANSHIP, GUARANTEED Phone 63 Homestead, Fla.

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: Collttff'Sfudtt\b"WUI"" 1'' b-f" t"'l''thf '1trI; left elaewMN ft thlf couhUy" M sptcfcmw Mvtag- la Jn*" Cnlt4' i
80 CHILDREN AT ,aIleS,Mn.,C N. Walker, the Mace saM Th female langur and bet State *i the rent Urn !
Give Church
tnd Mr*. W. I Parker. the Re*. baby that w.i bona In Marcn-4h Mr DuMomt .bad noticed, il the :1 !i
COUNTY HOME TO students- and Mn. 1. I Richard, Mr. and only sew born In this country that tame purchase that tilt teeth t
College and high school Mn. SheUoa, Dr and Mr Vivien. hat Uvd-*r* probably' till only the *w.Ie league .....* black wKh I
seniors will giy,a program In, the Dr. and Mr. Shankbn, Mr and .
BE GIVEN PARTY First Baptist Church-Sunday even- Un. Dunlop and Mr*. Lena Buck-
int on the llheme, -Today: .and Tomorrow !t,. i
with Christ"'Today's .

Eighty children at the Dad best music," hymns Fire Take Frederick's
will b* sung by: the congregation i
County Home In Kendall .will be with Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick Automobile and Garage
mad happy Christmas day by UMt at the piano "Today Spiritual t
nih annual Christmas party of Desire of Students" will be discussed Fir* completely destroyed the t
the Florida Power and Light Compapy by Myron CnnneU Whitney aiftomobll and garage of David
Beam will,five the Scriptural Frederick Sr, In the rear ot his t
o'clock ChristmasInoyning
At 10
reading and Miss Helen West will retldenc* on N W Second street
Santa Claus, H. H. Hyman talk on "God in Every Tomorrow. at an early hour Monday morning
southern division manager :Sims Virginia Frlck 'will play a The estimated ton $1,200, U not I
.f 'the Florida Power and Light piano solo for the offertory covered by insurance J
The following itudenb will! give From ah Indications, the blaze
ot entertainers
Company, a group '
oath of the Me.snt of the Muter was started by a short circuit in
and the Florida Power and Light '
Group Edwin Lawrence -
a Minority the gang wiring Although responding -
Company girls' committee will Miss Ellen Vann Eugene quickly to the alarm
leave from the Ingraham buildingfor Allen, Miss Alta Vann Tommy which was turnedin about 430a. :
Kendall In a but furnished by Moffett, Miss Valera Fitch, Dukes 'rn., the fir* department was
lh Miami Beach Company West, Mis Lou Bell OrennelL unable to save the car and garages.
Railway -
Mill Fern Robertson will speak but iucceded In preventing spread
on "Choosing and Following Christ of the flames to adjoining home
The children will gather In the Regardless," and Myron' Grennell and also laved a small store room
new auditorium at Kendall and I will five a talk on "My Experiencein containing an electric washing
will be entertained by a group of Making Christianity Practical machine and other qulment
performers from the Southern on My Campus" Miss Lois Walker -
Theatrical Agency Sid White will will discuss expanding the B. Gum Disease Causes
be muter of ceremonies, and will S. U. program and the Rev C. N.
be assisted by: Myitlnl!, the escape Walker will talk on"Today'Youth Death of Rare Monk Christmas :
artist; Taylor Trout, the Building a Christian Tomorrow." Merry
Juggler; Loll Bailey, linger of During I meditation period, echo Pyorrhea caused the death ot
awing tunes; Ted Del Monica, the music by a double quartet of high the male spectacled langur at
magician; Charles Mansfield, the school girls will be lung Monkey Jungle last week. Joe WE HOPE SANTA WILL
radio linger;and a group of clown. | Bank Byrum, Randolph Caves DuMond, the proprietor has been
Mannle Gates and his orchestra Wm. McMicha and Martin Bishop Informed. The discovery of the FILL YOUR STOCKING
will furnish the Instrumental mu- will be utters cause was mad when the skull

lie. was being prepared for mounting 'TO OVERFLOWING ;
Santa Claus will then open his Minister Hear Talks Spectacled langur are very rareand
lack and win have a bag ot toys have not been able to survive i
for every child at the home. 11* Ot\ Oxford Movement
will be milled by the Florida 1
Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.
Power and Light Company' gixla' i Dr A. M Vivien and the Rev. T. .
committee. B. Sheldon spoke on the Oxford = t'
HIM Francis Branaman" supertntendent movement at a covered dish lunch*
of U>* Pad County!I eon meeting of the Redland DU-I I .
Horn, li arranging for the par- I trlct Ministerial Association Tuesday -
ticipation of the children in the with the Rev. and Mn E. L.
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party. This pap ii one of. two Nelson at the Presbyterian manse.,
held annually for the children of Hereafter meetings will tie held
the Dade County Horn by the on the second Monday in the I II .; a"
tFIorlda Power andJJght Company. I I month instead of the third. the,
Each: summer a?each party li.given group decided. Mr And Mf*. Wot S : )
for the children. Last summer Dunlop will be the hosts on Jan j) .
this event took plqc at the 10, and Dr; Lloyd C and Dr. iteM'
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Published Fridays at Heme
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I .......hI., Ceo I>ee. M Morning sermon; Tommy Moffett was made presIdent ,
{ "Kept by the Fewer of God": of the Senior B Y. P. U
Christmas and
evening Student Night pretram Sunday night at tie quarterly dec Ii
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arranged by MyreaCreaneH. 1tM meeting The oher officers
Miss Fern Robert- elected were: vice-president. Miss a Prosperous
__ Associate Editor r
nn' sea and Mies Lob Walker Ann Moon; secretary Miss Ellen
Don It Prater meeting YaM; treasurer, Torbert Holding;
Entered M eeesnd Uas salt I New Year
.Miter March I, UK. at tile poolelfin. I sublets: "New Tear Resolutions. jula leader, Mir Myrtle Moon; ,, *
." group captains, Miss Sybil Cheshire -
.at H.mstead,117.rtds.tbVtVantalMarnaLll7L .sstdea
I and Roy Powell; chorister
HOMESTEAD: METHODIST ,Francis wIn; pianist, Ube Christine .
'Mm FR1CE '1." A YEAR CHURCH Hughes -dalchairman.. from
Dee. M -Morning seruitasi ,Miss Nellie' Mae Martin.
f Tbs>Banta Bookers eaIng They will take ottloe in January "
pease :'. : .,...,... erf Christmas ,We It (Dick) Bird t.'j .

To men goodwill," and'peace on .snasle e4 reaeanga ky few ,. .. '
earth. people's ehoJr.CHRISTIAN ..
And I Child nations birth keep' the .Christ-, SCIENCE CHURCH 0 -'CANDIDATE FOR CITY COUNCIL ..1-

With hymns of h....-.- say amass Dee. M Lew.-sermon .
topic "ChrlsUaa Science". 1 solicit'your vote and assure you will'be r
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Of bomb and screaming shell. and t I'o
ST JOHN'S CHURCH appreciated
peace fai on earth! And mother Christmas Day Holy E. f r .
chariot at .. .Pr I ;t
And mourn.babies perish yet unborn I Sunday Feast of 81 Slephea. I '1
And mangled childless bodies lie 7;9f, Holy Eucharist, It
Where screeching death rains down m.Una..4 sermons; 1:31, 114GflEETI11t5
the iky.Spmwllng .;.; I:30, Young ,f!
"tntd' the. fUth and "I'.oplIfrvtc.. Leacoe. ,, .I.II
ftencbM I MondaySt. John the
Bloated bodies rot la trenchesAt -i Evangelist; Holy Eucharist at
last at peace! 10.TUft.d.
-Mary Ferrell Dickinson. ., Holy Innocents:
Holy Eucharist at 10 I
I Thursday choir practice T. OrfanedesIt

Charged with being drunk and Dr. Lloyd C. Shanklin and Dr.
disorderly and resisting arreiU Irene Shanklin, his wife returned
Hazel Saute wee fined $12 or 10
Saturday to their grove home at
days In jail by Mayor Tom J. Harris Palm avenue and Redland road
in rnunltlptl court Monday utter six months spent lecturing In
night Added to this penalty was North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia -
a year-old suspended sentence f and Florida
t (20 or SO days for a previous similar They plan to give a series of
olterat free health lectures in January
tot operating I motorcycle In a attar the holidays la the auditorium -
tacking manner, Wade Austin forfeited oft their grove Starting

a $19 bond. The ease Tuesday.Jan. 11. the lectures: will .
ataiiist 'Loving S irt" Davis, negro be at 1.34 and T49 each
liven : old stove is alstf od a :
your .
( on a drunk charge,, disorderly was postponed i smdresistance I I Tuesday and Thursday. "-lt down Jtrlke7 why not seta Health, happiness and a Merry Christmas to all ;

until Friday Bight. .He la held, Johnson, mom drew a.fine of Roper Gas Range is our.sincere wish at this holiday pgasoiu' *.1.., .r
f in tail under $29 bond. Herman $10 or 1 o days tor fighting .
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. .., "" Friday, December 24.1937 THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE. Pale FIve :

: No': "J"'fle! '1"dt#, y
tl f. FLORIDA CITY rt.ftl1fttf8O"S: ; : "'Mr. t
Mrs W. ". peveey. OseMpeadesf from a one-month stay in Orlando .
i \, |In and Around ,-"- Mr. and' M:: Edward Disko
Dr Irene Shank' Hn'i Mnclii:1: ,/'Ir..4 M4 Paul;Haky t wHI tnotor to NooeM toChrWhnai spend
mother; Mr: Lena Brirkl/ of spend the iholW.v with Mrs with Mr. Btohopi '
: HomesteadArcher low. has come to spend the win HaWys parent la Buford; Ga. mother

l' ter at UN StankUn grove. j I, Mr Harry Desist U ill at her Freddie Chapman-;; ; and Oscar :

Mr. and Mrs.:-Ralph Desmond I home on Avenue aMiss Clonlnger are pending several

+ arrived from'North Haven, Conn,I Isabel Becker of Miami ar- day this week camping below
j' Archer Smith Theodore Frank-< Macon Ga.. arrived Saturday to Friday evening, j I rived Saturday to spend the holiday Royal Palm Park.
John Fredricks, Rudolph spend the with relative here
,J ," lid. holiday her with Mr. Little Bobby Nelll wa seriously
: Gooman. Francis Fitzpatrick, and Mr*. 3 Tom Vann and fam1l1. H. E. Obenchatn I* home again
l Vtter Mr. and Mn Charles James are scolded at his borne Monday whenhe
"4/ Roy and Wilbur Wood, William hi* recent illness. at a local
.I 1' Chambers and Myron GrenneU, Edwin: Lawrence has returned hospital spending several day this week tipped ever a kettle of bourn .
f students of the Unlvenltrof Florid for the Christmas holiday from visiting their daughter In Miami. water

'.)''Y w,' at Gainesville, are spending the Gordon Military Institute atBantMvlU Mr. and Mr, C. H.-Baker. Jr. Mr*. A. B. Langham with her Mia Anna Uchrte la spending

'.t.'.""" "", t_the.' holiday. .4t' at their home her. ophomor*, Oa. where 'he if a:I h"Mat Thursday holiday.In to Jacksonville.spend the Chriit-I: children arrived Sunday from the holiday at bet home her*.

s. Mr and Mr*. W. R Mill left I I
J 1 Wednesday for Luvcrne Ala, tot Mn Wllli Tassel of Miami and Mr and Mr*. Walton Dixon will
r", f"'vlalt Mr*. Mill.* father, Dr. B. MKendrlck her Infant nephew, who I* the ion heave Friday for Camilla, Ga, to
I a during the holiday of Mrs. J B. Sparkman spent spend the holiday with relatives
"j..'."" Tuesday night, Homestead. with Mr*. Dixon.Mr \
Mn Sparkman :...- Cr I
Mill Edna: Nell Richard WhoIs' I
Charle B. Clinton and her
attending Wesleyan College In Joe and Sam Hickjon, students twin ion who were born Doc 14
\ ,y Macon Ga. 1 L spending the ot the Alabama '
Polytechnic Institute in the Pod Graduate hospital were
parRev tt Auburn, Alt, are spending -; taken home Monday.
4 the holiday with their parent,
; Mr and Mr*. J R. Hlckion ojNarinja. Mayor M, Silverman U ill at his
; IMr and Mrs. R. G. Walter have "
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.l'iI'I'I I' guests the parent and sister of Joe Burton, Jr., returned Wednesday Mn H. Pirham wa called home
Capel. Mr*and Mr*. C. H from Emory University at l on Friday by the serious illness
j and Miss Landlc Capel of Atlanta to spend the holiday with of her mother.Mr. .
,Ga., who arrived Satur- his parent, Mr. and Mr. J. L.
to spend the holiday her*. Burton. and Mr E. W. Severy of
Miami and their daughter Joan
< : Mil Eleanor Holfcrty who li attending -
Charles Etcher arrived
brrger were Sunday guest of Mr. and
from Charleston, S. C., Northwestern University Sev-
Mn. W. W. Severy and J. A.
he U at Evaniton 111, returned Satur- 4 4ZI
a freshman at thee ery ,
day for the Christmas holiday! I
e If Citadel Military College '
I M Miss ,Louie Long Fitzpatrick, William Hendenhott, a student The Sunday school of the Com- [
A'I'MU Alt Vann and Miss Fern of Alabama Polytechnic Instituteat I munity Church held Its Christmas! Fooog M1M toeatlIo
y.J Robertson, students of the FlorIda Auburn, Ala, has arrived (or exercises Wednesday tvenlnf =Tp 571M .
?',. State College for Women at the holiday
'4L Tallahassee are home for the
P :I 4;,'holiday*. I W. J Geronlmov Jr, aid Wini-
:' fred Owen, students at Riverside,
%;', Mn. Floy Watson and her child.'teh -I Military Academy have returnedto I
I oI.Au, Okeechobe arrived their homes ton the.holidays. ,I
;n 011!\ Tuesday to spend the holiday with Miu : I EO Coale .1a ad let this sensational
Jewel Turner and Mia I that maintain
III I* Mrs. Watson' mother Mr*. W. Lows'f g
Lot Behren who are attending
'. .S P.Home. tetapentor Hi4h immldity,at tt
( the Florida State College for
No horse In Currant CM.
; 6'*': Miss Elizabeth Skill who}* tab Women at Tallahassee. arrived ..
,' Bee die new fnSUt interior arrangcoMot
for the
le' Saturday holidays "
.t' \ Ins a pre-medlcaVcourte-!( Maryland with t different
I.: University it Baltimore and Miss Valera"iiicl;" who I Ia teachIng wrIatioulIIOWII
.. her brother, Frank Skill, Jr, who at the Belle Gild school arrived -:
I Is student at the Vineland TrilnIng Wednesday to spend//be. holidays .
,.. School Vineland, N. J, arrlved -
t with her parent, Mr. Mid Mr*.
; Monday to spend the Christ- S. H. Fitch GeneralPublic I PaTUOrrMUVA. $'j&5O
holiday with their parent,, -- .
I and Mr. F L. Skill. They Vernon Turner, a Stetson University I
I'my accompanied by their aunt, student, returned Fridayto Utilities I III
J. T. White of Washington, I spend the holiday with his REDLAND APPLIANCE
! : C., and her ion. James, who parent,, Mr. and Mn Gee W. II Fla.
Homestead Phone KS-M 205 N. Krome Avenue Homestead
, spend the holiday at the Turner, Jr.

I i" ,.1.horn. I Miss Alone Vercoe:; who I Ia a I -.-
; Joe Huau who U attending the student at the University of North
in. Marlon Military' Academy at :Carolina at Chapel Hill. N. C. I II
Miami till 9
F;Marion Ala. I* pending the boll- !spending the holiday with her Shop Sears Every Night
."day* at his home here. 'uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr:I* R.
;. Becker, In Florida City.

"!arrived\' R. J. Roberta'In'Homestead of Roe Wednesday Pine, L*.. I JOIN SEARS 'K ',tiDY:,:KIDS > ATLANTA'S;'

to"Visit over the holiday with 1 r
till brother J H Robert ot this 11'.
cltr. I I' 0 A DMiami's
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I th* Alabama Polytechnic Institute We glue;
fat Auburn Ala, arrived Sunday : t'
Mia Sheila-Forrest who U a EUGENE Permanent

student at Wesleyan College inDRe !o's-fining

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praiMet yw Greatest Toyland is Santa's
; R. S. AKTAUSM (AaJ .fiat's lilt 1W ee. glee.J. .
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DENTIST ...... 1M.. !"s' yew South Florida Headquarters! !

::., Office hauntS a. In. to S p. to.Sudan .heir for naxlulMioni he Masse vU, with tutftBush's sMnl ..
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I Closed Saturday ..g face aad..Mttpr kt( -

W 'Free Parking Space Barber Shop 1t0, not too late to make last minute gift selections at

t 1714. N. W. t TH ST., MIAMI Sears.'Miami,. .There's! hundreds of lovely Items to select
roO11111' & Beauty Parlor *- "* j| '

r., I Miss unto Brewa. Operator ; from In all de'partmen'ts and priced at Sears.Sattnfts. Be'

I sure'to visit.Toyland on the 4th floor for South Florida's

J. I GROW FOR QUALITY greatest assortment of toys. .. .

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daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. -
Bitch of Homestead, to Eugene
i Miss Lillian, Johnson and George Tenn., and spent her childhood Leslie Stewart, son of Mr, and Four generations ot the Clay I present were: Mrs. Haakill Tay.
Polk married In the there and In Nashvlpe. She received family gathered from various lee of Tallahassee Miss Pauline
Latimer were Mrs. Gene Stewart of Eau Gcllie.:
both a bachelor's degree parts of the state Monday to cele- Portimen of Tallahassee, Milt
in Miami Saturday took place Saturday in TitusvilleMiss
White Temple
and a master's degree at brate the golden wedding anniversary Odella Gay of Jacksonville, Miss
afternoon at 4 o'clock. The service Institute and later served Peaty Bitch w..-&om in Rochelle: of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mary Ella Gay of Jennings, Roberta

; was performed by the pastor teacher In colleges In Georgia and Ga. -and with her parents, cam II Gay of Jacksonville who were and Martha King and Mar-
tile Rev. Glenn C. James In the North Carolina. For the past to Homestead In 1B21 She -attended here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jory and Virginia Cay of Starke,

presence of Mrs. JackTPoJk. otHomotead three yean she hat been teachingIn the Homestead schools. N. Gay, their son and daughter- Eline and Edith Keely of Uleeta,
'*n4'(Miss NittteTJavto! the R dlnnd,>*ool I Mr. Stewart was born and I in-law, for a few days. Mr and IDa and Lawton Gay of Miami

NIII Rut& Tldwefl and. L T. Pearson Mr. Polk la a ton of Mrs Julia reared In Eau Gallia and was graduated Mrs Andrew' Gay were marriedIn and Joseph B. Gay of Homestead.
of Mlaml I from Melbourne High SchoolHe Oilman, Ala., but they have I
I I Present also Mr.
Polk and a brother of Jack Polk were an Mrs
The bride ogre an marine is now manager of the Stewart slant most of the fifty years sine -
aqua and Mrs. Harold Keith Foulk. He L. J. Pace and daughter, Gerline,
In Eau Calli. that time In Florida.
tailored frock wHhhlte access- was bora In Lebanon, Ky., but old friends of the family, and the
vies.! ;. # spent his childhood and youth In They are making their home In All of'their children four sons RJV E. L. Nelson.DEMONSTRATION.

After a short bridal trip, Mr. Texas and received a degree In that city.PARTY and three daughters, and the wife

and Mr Johnson returned to mechanical engineering from Texas GI- or husband of each were presentas
t IS well as thirteen of their grandchildren CLUE
their newly built home on their Agricultural'and Mechanical
FOR CHARLES CONDON'I and their one great grandchild :HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY
grove on West Kings Highwaynear College He came to Homestead
Richard road. about twelve years ago and b An enjoyable birthday party in little Peggy Taylor of Talla I Miss Eunice Grady of the Home

The bride was born In Hlckman now engaged In fruit raising; honor of the sixteenth anniversary; hassee. Demonstration office In Miami
of Chat lee Condon was (Ivan-Dec. Alter an Informal reception at demonstrated the making of centerpieces -
10 at the parsonage of.tha Prince- the Gay home on South Krome from tropical fruits and
I MRS. D. E. BASHOR INSTALLED WORTHY I ton Church of the Nazarene.In avenue, the anniversary dinner was palmettos at the. meeting of the

:MATRON OF NARANJA CHAPTER 0. E. S. a scrambled word contest served In the Homestead Woman's Homestead Home DemonstrationClub

the first prize was won by Floyd Club building meeting Thursday afternoon.The .
Cash and the second- prize; by Mrs. Andrew Gay wore I lavender room had been decorated with
About two hundred were present red bouquet. Perry Johns. crepe costume and her flowers croton Christmas wreaths and

I to see Mrs. D. E. Bashor Installed A refreshment course followedthe After refreshment had been were golden tinted gladioli candles by the hostesses, Mrs. G.

worthy matron of Naranja installation.The served outdoor games were played Lavender was mingled with gold I M. Cooper and Mrs. Carl Dough
Chapter O. E.: S, Dec. IT In the chapter held its closing in tho moonlightThose In the color scheme of the dinner

Naranja lodge hall The hall was meeting for the year on Dec. 16 present were: Miss Josephine table also. A cluster of gold I erty.The members exchanged gifts
decorated with Christmas flow- Mrs. Albright gave her report and Cash, MlfS Ethel Anderson ells hung from the celling, and I and Miss
Grady presented eachone
trI, wreaths, garlands and a lighted was presented with Miss Nellie Cash, Miss Marie from them a narrow gold ribbon
a gift
\ present with a hoUdaloldel'contalnlnc
Christmas tree. Mathls, Miss Corrine Cash Miss 'extended to each place card. Golden -
A handkerchief shower In two a recipe for cookies
Angle Jamleson Mank, past Anna Lee Johns, Miss Naomi gladioli sprays and jasmine
.grand matron of Florida and her huge stockings was given Mrs. Home Bonnie Condon, Lloyd 'extended' down the length of the I Community singing and word
Basher and Mr. Owens. ,
husband, Fred E.. Mank past Cash, C. T. Acree, Oliver Cash, table, and gold tinted mint cups contests were enjoyed during the
Pop balls and tangerineswere .
grand patron conducted the In- corn Curtis Anderson, Perry Johns. and were tied with narrow lavender social hour.
st'illiUon services, and they were served. Charles Condon. ;ribbon. The next meeting It was announced .

assisted by Mrs. Marlon Nceb, pant FUTURE FARMERS AND -r Members of the second generation will be held January 20.
grand marshal Mrs. Ellen B. Deer, GUESTS ENJOY DINNER The hobp party planned by the I present were: Dr. Those present were: Mrs. Fred
past grand Ada and Mrs Nancya The Homestead Future Senior B. V P. 'U. for Ded: 20 has I Levi Gay of Jacksonville and'Mra'j Suber, Mrs W. W. Bethea, Mrs.R. .

4 Richard grand Instructing marshal enjoyed a dinner and ChrUtmai Farmer been, postponed till t Dec. .27.w i Mre. Joseph N. Gay of E. Wlttenwyler Mrs. R. L.
f +l ... Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hobson, Mrs Ceo. N. Wakefleld,
In their -
Party Monday evening
Gifts received by Mrs Btfohor olubhouie which had been decorated ;t ; The*Calendar r'1 1 tml;( Dr. and Mrs. Clifford Gay ATI Mae King" Mrs Arthur D
Included one from her daughterMarie _. : end Mr. and Mr R. E.: King of Smith. Mrs. R E.'Kdwarda: Mrs
with schlnus
; who recited a poem composed ,ON. M marking j jPee. Starke Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kcelyf W D. Coker Mrs. Fred Redd, Mrs.
lighted Christmas tree MM.Geo. .
( by Mrs. Geo. E.: Reed? a 25 At home ) Uleeta and Mrs Berry Portimen V. M. Grennell. Mrs. 0. C. Rad-
N. Wakefield Mrs. V. 1'4:
corsage and memory book given I sixtieth wedding anniversary of c}f. Tallahassee ford, n visitor, Mrs Lula" Oliver
Grennell and Mn James Simmons
by Mrs. Anna Albright, retiring I Mr and Mrs T. E. Evans from Members .of the third generation, and tha hostesses.
worthy matron and presented by; who also prepared and served the 8 to 10 o'clock. IK .

Mrs John M. Brown.and a compact dinner. Dec. 28 Rebekah pact Odd
given by Mrs.. Frances Fro*- Favors don up in Christmas Fellow Christmas party.
'cher an Mrs Gretchen lineal packages were given by Mr. Wake- Dec 30 Meeting of Woman's
l beck and presened by Mrs. Cillunn field, adviser of the chapter. Club Study Class at home of Miss
Those present were Mr. and Jennie Lobdell
worthy matron ot Biscayne
Chapter. Mrs. E. A. Little, Miss Lots Walker Dee. 31 Annual meeting; of

1 After Mrs. Bashor had made Miss Eugenia Sanders, Miss First Baptist Church with cover-
her address she received the Christine Hughes, Miss Marjory ed dish supper In Sunday school
worthy matron pin from Mrs Conner, Miss Marjorie Moser, Miss building at 8:30, program and
Mank and the worthy matron Dorothy Xshby, Miss Yvonne Pol- business meeting.Dec. .
Jewel from Mr. Mank. lard, Miss Beatrice Wilson, Miss 31 Installation services
Mrs. Albright received a dia. Mildred Batts. Mary Ellen Dear- ot Ad Astra Chapter ot 0. E. S.

mond-set put matron's pin and ing, Myron Grennell, Tommy Mof- Jan. J Mtln' of Garden W(* "OFTt
Arthur Davis received a fett, Virgil GreniwU. Barney God- Club at home Wm. Dunlopat
past pa- '
tion'd pin. win, Leslie Cheshire, Phillip Topping o'cjock. : ? ,
Theodore Koowlet Paul 4 of Homestead
Jan Meeting
Mrs Roselle Chapman
was )'n-
tailed conductress and given a 'Rue Frank Topplno, D. L. Bowen P.-T. A. executive committee at
I. and Davit Roberts. 10 a. M.i .
compact by Mrs Hllsabeck

.. Mrs. Mildred Thompson, associate
matron, was presented witha I
gift from the Hialeah chapter.
Talks were made by W. H

i, Owens, worthy patron; Mrs Mildred -
Thompson, associate matron;
Walter Thompson, associate pa- i

tron: Mrs. Chapman, conductress;
I' and Viola Bell associate conduct- ,
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Mrs Mamie Strickland grand

Martha, installed the star points.
Fern Walker dressed In blue presented I
Adah Miss Pauline
Leggett -
with a blue bouquet; Myra nan II GIRLS
Jane Bashor in yellow presented .. Connie Campbell
,I Ruth. Mrs. Eloise Eaton with a Bobby Hall Mary Lou MIlllleIWtlItlt
ti : yellow bouquet; Sara Vihlen In Sam. Woods Tlnky Roberti

<' white presented Esther Mrs. Nelt Bobb'Monroe Miltred Sevef7
l .' lie Torbert.'with a white bouquet; ., : : ;" :' : WlibU Civet .- :: : 7tllda; d ere. 'WI,,, :,'. :.1..;

;1 t Phyllis Martha Walktr'In Mrs. I green Eunice, 'presented Greet .. .. '0. Bobby Dilly: Hu\chlnloft Morgan- '. ': 1;. ; i\ett Rilthti'Byntni BynuR t\ r..c.Ie."'!P .,-VI;.. -, .:r.',-,.",

with bouquet of fern; and Betty ...., .;. Merry' Christmas. ", :' '. Temple Stanley, rW.R Paoetti. _" ,_'r:,:.\.....: '; .:'\'Itttr.'acIda:1, $JII1I' '.;: :::: '......,-..

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at.... Margaret Baarena, with a Harry Bowen ]imams. ,MeVicker ..... '
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MRS. J. P. DYE HAS I MAY YOUR SHIP CQME IN LOAD- Fred Rhodes ''Mary Jd Clean" j s:


BIRTHDAY)ft'. and Mrs.PARTY J.: P. Dye ot Mo. );.VfTTH GOOD CHEER I For last minute shoppers i Our litock"Ise cow-- '

delta celebrated Mrs,, Dye's aeven- '/\1\\\ '''.. > ...'O\.j. ....."' .- .: '>01.': '"Ii.t: .,1.. ,: : :: l >;
:" ( '- lirII"i birthday* 'anniversary 'fI')' r. :" 1" ,,"" 'r V q ;"\/I' plete With choice gifts,/or sit, .

Sunday by firing a dinner party LKMlt \ II I '
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,! A hone coming party for CGI
1 1 to Monona CLASSIFIED
legs itudents was given Mood; I
0. E.: s. RECEIVESrALftAllASTO i EMORtA't.- .I night at tN parsonage of the Fin I I

LATE WM II SYKES, WORTHY PATRON!I Presbyterian League Church by the YoursPeople's 'I RATES First insertion 164 UallDe a line; subsequent Insertion .

I I Donald Croaa was In charge e .. .. -. .
:, A white liter bearing the hull4nU Lie H Letirum presented The the program E. J Graham wn --
': former and Miss Helen Livingston) FOR RENT Has good Imitation tile root Offered
of the O. E. S. ...e'p.lIted' the prize In a peanut tabbing contest -
.' i incoming worthy matron the lat and H. H. Graham r at an attractive price W
,: Ad Aitri Chapter of th.0. R.KB war vlcto r
for detail Cameron. Phone
ter. id a peanut dressing contest FOR RENT Furnlahed apartLs ant
on Dee M by Mr*. .Loul*'.Bar 7X Hoo eallosd.h .
Mn. Harris presented gift to The guest of tono' were: M ment. Water, llak'114 bath.

f wi**.retdr1n.worthy,mutton.9L Plot her officers and to that visiting Eleanor Ilolferty Min Lois Belt Prefer man and wife. No, childrea -

chapter, H a memorial for" her to'Ol1h1m.trona, Mr Alyce Lem- raw, Joe and Sara Ricluon, H. H or dog 5. H. Fitch. King* UN tubwi'HK liOMk, ;t acres,

,father' WBX H. Syket, who at the mond of Hialeah and Mrs. Miblej:I I Graham and Donald Crosa Highway East (ol$ tt) modern house T room; largefront

time of his death to '1933, was a. Jones of Coral Gable j I i and back porches l-cwr

; MCiata patron of the Kapler. Mr Coos W. Turner worthy ,.tl'Oll.1 iI I IIlolistaGROVE FOR RENT 10 acre scarified garage and aervanta' quartets.Rare

:Harris gave a report of tM year's i presented a gift to Walter Fandryof land, $19 aa acre. J. JU Hllaon, tropical ahrubbery. This
'work. Coral- Gable. Naranja. (1JU) I* a bow place, ftMOOO. Some

',, tin. Harris received a iiiverW I Mn Nancy Rlckard, It was term Cameron Homestead

>y spoon fur her infant Ion and :announced will conduct the Installation THEATRE I FOR BALE Phone 71. .

another sift from the lodge. Mrs.:: services on Dec II. !, COCONUT GftOVEUaUjs PINS LAND

I Saturday.a" gnrfaiZfa FANCY GIFT BOXES -Oranges,
i JUNIOR CLUB I1A8 28 In the L O. a F. h,.'. i I te .. Hk grapefruit, tangerine, eta S A. Wed Mowry. $50 per acre

>CHRISTMAS MITT Those present at the meeting Shows 7 Md t R aa. Ada. lit Shanklln Grove, Palm Ave. 10 A. Epmort Drive (SO per acre
Mrs Ralph Moon Mrs. Redland Road. 10 A. Coconut Palm $55 per acre
Tbt Junior Woman' Club of were. {
30 S1-S7-M_ ....
A. > acre
Homestead gave a Christmas party Blanche Chapman Mrs Mollie ChraitanM Day and BwiaUy (p mr IS) per

at the home of Mr. and Mn. J. S. Wingate, Mrs. Abbl Mae Crocs,I Monday 140 A. North Krome Ave. $10 per

'. Horton Monday evening. The Mn. O. C. Radford, Mrs. R. W FOR SALE > poultry house. acre. Cameron phone IS,
I Florida type with metal roof Homestead
Mullins Mn. Edna Strickland I
house was decorated with ChrUt-: ,
100 hen each.
., mat garlands and a lighted Christmas Mrs. Hugh Seattle, Mn Florence I IPaecttl Battery equipment to accommodate FOR SALE Tropical plant*, cit

(, tree. On Utet mantel mlnature Mn W. D. Mahan Mn I 1000 fryer and young rus trees and tropical fruit In

: '' Santa and his home stood Flora Compton, Mn. Wolf and, I .lock. 2 hand cultivator: seed season. Jungle Grow. Redlanit

In the midst of Christmas foliage' Mrs Ashby. I drill and sprayer. Alice Simon. road and Plummer drive.

sparkling with gum drop After -- I corner Silver Palm Drive and

'the gifts bad been taken from the I MRS. IRY\IN elVES : ,I Richard Road. (d7tf) R. I. RED rR\"ERS-L-lv. or area
Free in Phone
tree, husbands and friends of the PARTY FOB JUNIOR aTFU delivery city.
835-M McEwen Poultry
member arrived for an eveningof The Junior B. Y. -P. U. memben. ROSE BUSHES: Guaranteed I.i -

dal1 lna. I IRefre.hmenu i I of the First Baptist Church of i yr. old fleldgrown everbloomIng -

were served by Homestead were given a Christina. I varieties Fall planting best MISCELLANEOUSXRAY

1; Mrs Horton. party Thursday evening of last Free catalogue. TYTEX ROSE

Those present 'were: Mr. and I week In the Sunday school build- Toe. Dee. 18 NURSERIES TYLER, TEXAS. EXAM. ONLY $400 including -

Mrs E. A. Buchanan, Mr. and ing by Mn. Frank Irwin, their KENIIAYNARD (d24) physical examination.

'Mr, *. David Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. I''leader. She was assisted the la Miami Health Clinic, 3618 N.
Harold Oxford, Mr. and Mrs.!(, substitute leader, Mn. O. i'\v ,. "BOOTS 'OF DESTINY" : FOR SALE Buick coupe, 1931 E. 2nd Av*., Miami. (d3-J4)

:' Bruce EMit, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter I and Mn Bert Andrews, Mn C.I i Wed. Than Dee. It, II I modeL A-l condition. Ernest P.

,Harden, Mr. and Mn. R. R. Ki- E Saunders and Mrs. J. R. By-:, GEO. BANCROFT In Robert (n2t tf) WANTED

I nard, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Perkins, 'rum. I| -RACEKTEERS IN EXILE"
Mr. and Mr*. Burley bendy Mr. I Gift for the memben were FOR SALE Grapefruit Isle of WANTED Girls' bicycle. 2<<-

and Mr*. L. B. Danrey, Mr and I placed on a lighed Christmas tree.i New Tear Eve Middle FroUo I Pines variety, SOc bu. Tangerines I Inch wheeL Redd Dry Cleaner,

Mrs. Robert Glenn Jr., Mr. and Indoor games were played, and FrL. Dom IL 11.11 la. ... I J3c peck. Mn. Eva Collins,, Homestead.

l,'' Mn. Francis Freeman, Mr. and hot chocolate and cookie were "TIIE AWFUL TRUTH" I Modello. (dlO tf) I II

f Mrs. Claude Campbell, Mr, and served.B. FRUIT WANTED Roadside
FOR SALE Homo 4 apartteats.
l I Mrs. Wilbur Reed, Mr*. Stanley I Y. P. 'U. members present, |j 603 South Krome .venu*. Trading Pest; H mile S. Gould,

Wlttkop, Mrs. W, B. Caves, Jr., were: Betty and Ruth Byrum Fay I !I 4-A Hwy ("nlft-dlw' Mr*. Augustus Wynn, Mrs. T. B. and Loll Pierce, Mary and Thelma LEGAL NOTICES I

O" Walker. Misses Alice and Grace Radford. Wynelle Shepherd. Doris I WANTED Listing of hoiwcs

-'-Hobaon. Miss Ellen Huff. Miss Cheshire, Elaine King Barbara and apartments for rent. Henry

Ii t Pearl Whltaker; R. E. Sherard, Jean'' Smith, Mildred Greer, Ball I NOTKB OP APPtlOATION OHIO FOB TAXI Behren V BenJ. W. Morris, N.

fl,7 Ansel Barrow, L. C. McGinniand Jean' Ballard, Catherine Dixon! C ... irur. AM of IMS. PIle N.. Krome I'JO north of 10-ccnt

two victor. Mr.. and Mr, Hor- Saline Mock, Madlne Gilmer.' j A III* store, poon*'M. -- (*lS-tf)
WOTtd II Hf;** T GIVEN kl '
ton' Geraldine Shepherd, Warren Mor-,; Anew ,--.. ......... ", TO" d ekw. w-

l ,. .....- rig Lynn Irwin Steve Blonde, 6" 4xty TeaO.rtill.N... : lea. 1941
I lots 14*. WI4, mnt l4t .. Ik* gal I Home .
f ME8. nICK ENTERTAIN: i' Oscar Boatwright, Richard Bigl I II ear Id-Jair. A. D. INs kM MM Buy a
>' DORCAS XMAS An. Alfred Saunders M au' ."... and has made apell.
AT Milton
I ger*, Billy \ --I f Buy Grore'Land
[ fW a lot >*4 t. W Mali t tnoron
." AU the officers .f. the .Dorcas Harry Bishop. John McLean,! ': "' .mhra.o the mils..'!
.' Class were re-elected at a business Homer Byrumv Arnold i 4v..maeee a tM tow 'I's.e of Plon.i I Buy Glade Land
Bert Henry I II
-oorr d \)-. .... s Flan:
;JL' ..CFMlon' and Chtiatmai party iMclhvaiq, Ray Andrew Junior'' "l':: It ** my firm belief that bilker -

Jhe homeot''N.... 4 o, )', .tl.(Pope Albert Byrum and Oliver{( 1! I*.Lad'r.M I. almk IS. tot 1 Fbr.kna Plot Hawk. flat U, paw 9.ok I Ij' ctce *r.. ImmlMntDomt

Thursday atorfjqon.: Mrs. Juliaj'olk.'li I Sa. under*. I|1 H. lo tSf Tiiwn of rtorllo CIV. Coun- gslhble'.boat Prim
.. t. of Dub. Simon M PlutMo oi wan
teacher of the claw and j ...... I. Oorttttaoor No, .-. TW Deny wait.
.; ., Mr*. E. L. Lawrtnce i* president: W. M. S. CIR LEA MioiioiiiH of MM -rIII Mdott Buy now,
... ...
o ooM CototfoMonliioiS *o
ThcT Mass vofc.8! to buy X 1IeWl.j DRAW FOB MEMBERSHIPW 1
EKra.M this
O KO of lira. Ida Yawl thank *M for *ugCrthi "
heater to be Used in ill Sunray M. S..Circle Three members I J I .S.: aMa.1 4 Plvnlton. PM. took t/few months hence
urrowu, o rU tai w FOOT
school)room during class meetings had an oyster dinner Tuesday In I I\ '4, In the T..o of ,....... Cll .c....
and la th-Htureh during ehXirchWrvk the educational building of the of Dwlo, Cut of riorhta, M Or -- II. A, Cameron
at In Ortlftrol Na 141 TS '..
For th tjeretional, I
** church.. APEX. at of amid profwrtf andam

'Mrs, Bert Andrew gave a Christ After the dinner Clrdgs On and ClaJlU8 I :OOOM: M sink........w loo Iiow4 Elian. mas story. Two Joined them, and all drew I not BukIt I Dahill .
Block noralM.
During the social hour Mrs. OJ. name for circle membership for I Wia iif Oicttic MAyn 1; to 7.o......II. .7 Plot :Ckw. Pun I n.C Its HAom NTHOlVP: 5 list::

Gjutt played a piano solo!, the coming year. Mn J. E.Dav-!' ud Toni Boy M !pul l lCmpirc ltd bade Town Blot of of PIvrMo Plorlo liT Couot :- b Nor Ton; N.OrtlflMlo sell, .olds No.d Plat.MIS and IMU04: 1'Ik.Sr4 ..

"Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven is, the president; presided during Wo d In CoTtlfholo No. day nf AM-O A. P llll .... IBM
and Mrs ,Andrew, conducted f the businessteuton.. i emus I I MM (Ortlfirol lot I Y kono4 tnatrb WM k> too the. MOW In aw. ofHro o4 how __Ie lk.,..nlcotkin <
for to. H4 M ko l*> oo.
biography contest in which Mrs. New lenders and officers will | MOM tf Mn Ida EI_ **M 43ortMlrto omhrorwi tko ,..........
Y..IU thrill Ik dig ...
I (I \ Lot 4. gawk 1, ''-I. Mot Bunk .
Hi Collier won. The members be elected at .theaiext Individual tJacdv nnodon basal, eI t1. Pan at. mat Plot Book .* 1 nvrlko4 =>tuwliL In M : ConnW f 1Nd1star
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exchanged Christmas gift* meetings of the circle on Jan. 18. !! Ape tt ip nton ... Us.gaeseloaably 14, In in. Town. of KWU. -. L0. II Nisi '. Oron.,l.
of D.5 state of PkirM .dpr.
The next meeting, it was announced ale stoat' tf (. Crl,.... Mo. ID4S.M rm.krocod TM I Pmn. ,oo. : hook tt P. UIn .
wUT be held Jan. 10 at nor ..... fu1 of all efdgwaant.Compare 'f momma-al at amid propoKo 084M Uw Cowl Dada, Ktalo of r u-
tk MM tVnlflmt booM lo to*
the home of Mrs. Polk. Tko nnmmint. of NOW Iran T unoorth
MM ol Mi* Ids Mfam
USAIIUTT MM .tlkate.d w I* lIMo
Tho bo tets.served, horn* mode r Ll i. Ma I. PMottoo, PUt. Book I act -Uikoown.UloM .

cake with coffee. *.Iis big shelf arts gives I M, I.PM the. M.Twn..*of Plot PlorMo Book COW.ff.Con pageley MOM MM mrllflMto ......1' MOM*'.
arable .4 oie.rthn to law tko nr OM.oribH
Those< present were: Mrs. Jess you isor storage tf *f Doo*. fats *f Plorioo. M on- ray., ". ..
toil.In will W odd t. 'k kl h lkkktar
cubic foot. kraal ..
lCrtlflr No. Wti. TM
Coout Mrs. D. Smith, spat par ot 1tC.wt. kooM ." on tie
an. Arthur .
-- nMOT IM ,.. .
to month r ,
:'J.-- sinus M. to* *
Mrs. T JI:. Kirby, Mrs. Chas. Marti : MM tkO MOMof .
Comport FEATVHES Mn Ids KIU:, *. I***, wktrk h ft* Sr4 dar *, MI" W. E.: Lewis, Mrs. T. D. i 1"0.110I'.
Lot *. Btark' I, Plot Hook .
It Provided erotythlag rot tide lot do d
Piche, Mr*. C. T. Harper, Mrs. *4."A" -4 to Me...N I ft, Po SI, **4 Hook I*. POMI .. '. L.ATH.NAN,
It I* tho Town of Florida City Coo*
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Homer Davis Mrs. C. Hagler c- d 5. ari
sea don
NNW coe.-- tr of Dot. Hotof Florida
Rice, Mr*. W. R. Cheshire, MM ...... .lowcosroperatsoa.Campus I,I kno>4 I* C rtlfk..M No .: ;: Comm CMft owl ChvoO Fkwtd.
I a..awal Of MM OOOW tk*
Andrews Mrs. Collier, Mn. Law- I I MIMHIT Ur M C BTTJIRnT 0iri. '
MM Ortlfk-oto sound WM In the MM
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S. Is, M 'Io
unce, Mn..Polk pod Mrs. Frick. P11CX i of Mn. :1d.' *. .
i IntlMtoM than W
Uokw i*
Surprise Your Familywith Apex rI..IOII are OMM.I wfoordlnt to tk* rrop.rlorlWd raot'LAMATNINwllraltAN. ..
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priced ......i..U' UwiCompan tb.eadm will oM to In* W.01-.., for ... ,lortOK .<
:TO HAVE PARTY TUESDAY quality and price .H ....... at Ih. Ooort.' hotse door *o lei
Mrs Culvih Fox Mrs. Harry D. a aad yetwillbuyu Aft*. ,i".., Made. I. Ik* trek of I.......:\ nnnllr a.r.+ z du...awe Ton-lor ea.nrenw.lo Jaw-
,sue, make o> tk.yass tt *4 MOMU1L orr at tk* ohr hall Wtn.. a \... W. .. as
Gas .
Wolfe Range .
; frl. H. W. Ashby and MnK Roper I Btn o. n* nod .uo4.Mvn,
$146.00 Up' ..... this DfOTojorr, 1fd1. I .
JS. Caplinger were appointed w.t'.at LKATHKBMAN. ICWrn AND WHKMIIA* tko
*lw di>y night tQ serve as a Chrtatfia Virgil D, Lyon KAT TEEMS ,I of Circuit Conrt, !" stair noaulnuNl oI''oII.IIu.H-' 1r lay AW e. aril n.
: committee for the which > Debt.ClPtorMn-T, a.ak.t'.kl... MOMlr. T >I.. .."""
party II H, K.An.. Clnt.H CoAft fast .Iorlll Mn. N-tile I. 8ft .". .N_"",\/
the Rebftah and Odd I,Uows and I Pioneer 1 Br M. O mrCBBCTT s. e'1t. _
AppliancesNot Lank and 1' P Mn> -. I- "a I
their Jbmllles win enjoy en DeeJ IJ J )[ ... S. 141. if. 1 iii,' NOW THKKIcn.H", I. r". t. B_K
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Incorporated. .rww or sky wi H.ah.-W44 MaekF
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==day ::. .1St r .. ...t.. e.A
SID L. XXNDRICir MCI.tOS NEWT G. BALL ,'I Mil MMI *B WMbJwd wagon MM' .....,
REDLAND CAFE : N. Krome now 41 WlWto for njomr mad turn .It, Mtnwrfltoo .
Notary Pnbttt al tk* *ollw! am In. MM t:J koktwjo '"

A. NABOBS, Prop KINDRED LIVES dowofMo*... 'Ii HH Stk. .. of D.---list,
: I' PIAD ] !,.".
DWNfc* w, PLATE IVNCH IS* AR-1 SI N. Kraft* Am TM / Won* .
ANT Car at hViow "MMlmr
414 One 44yi-A. 40. i. mo;

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I Lt. Pare Eight TP.E. LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday, December 24, 1937..

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ii', Social :Events Maxwell Sweet Juicy
House r' Tangerines ::

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Children of member provided Hiner MM and Mr*. Win. J. Ge- 15C- I
ronimo,Dr. and Mrs. M.A. Berger .
I and
a program'of Wu to redlntt
I Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Kendrick,
the annual Christmas party Mr. and Mr*. Landon Carney, Mr.
I of the John Q. Sallejr Poet, American and Mrs. Gordon Ivey, Mr.-end
;- Legion and Its Legion Auxiliary Mrs Joel J. Robinson, Mrand: Merry Christmas to All
held Sunday night In Legion Mrs.Frank Rue Mr. and Mrs.Ben
f hall. Preceded br a roast turkey Archer, Mr. and Mr*.A.W.Hutch r r
dinner, served by the auxiliary lion, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harris,, Mix Xmas,
For Dressing--Fresh Standard Tasty
the program was followed by a Mr. and Mrs. I. J. DYI 14r. and Turkey
vlilt from Santa Claus who redistributed -' Mrs Jake Brooks, Mr. and Mr. I
I gift brought by those Alex Hemming, Mr. and Mr*. W. CANDY2lbs
D preMnt to I Christmas tree In the H. Owen, Mrs'J. A. Smith, Mr Oysters qt. 59.
I nail upon arrival. H. a Ewlag. Mr. Wra. M. Brad. .;...._.. 35c
muter of .
Harvey Hue acting M icy Mr* Grace Smith, Mrs. Ma-
i ceremonies, announced the numbers -I belle Rue, Mrs. Harry Hall, Mrs
on the program which was I Adrian Jacobs, Miss Ruth Fox PILLSBURY Pure Gold, plain of self-
/ M follows: Miss Louie Long Fitzpatrick.
S gong "Silent Night by Ann Mia Helen Bradley Miss Margaret 5 lbs. ........ 29c rising
,. Rheney Dick Carney and Dorothy Berger Mia Nina Dyal,
'} Kuhn, with piano accompaniment Van and. Ann Rheney Helen Flour10 lbs- ....... 35c FLOUR
r i by Tars Rheney reeding. Billy. Schroeder, Mary and Ruth Hiner, .
: ? .. Hutrhlnaon; piano solo, Van Charlotte Geronimo, Dorothy lbs __ ..... 95c
r ., Rheney; reading,Glenn Schroeder; Kuhn, Ruth Crawshaw, Elizabeth I 5 Ibs .........._........... 24c

I } violin harmonic sob,selection Fred Kuhn, Paul, accompanied Rue; ris Hall,1:Madge. Z. Thompson Thompson, Geo., Ben Craw-Mor- Del Monte MINOTCranberry : 10 lbs ........................ 42c

by Miss Louie Long TIU- thaw, Willard Hendershot, Archer Whole PeeledAPIUCOTS Sauce
patrick; reading Helen Schroeder; Smith Preston Bird Jr., Warren
I piano solo, Dorothy Kuhn; violin Morris, Glenn Schroeder, Billy Swansdown
aolo John Kuhn, accompanied by Geronlmo, Buddy and John Kuhn,; 2 tall cans ... 25c
MU Fitzpatrick;clog dance, Charlotte Richard Crawihaw,Dickie Carney, Cake Flour
No. 2
Geronimo and Billy Jacob; Billy Hutchison Tommy Harris, % can STOKLErS
to harmonica election, Fred Kuhn. Harry Bobby Arthur and Stewart pkg. ..... .. 29c I
f Those present were: Mr. and Hall, Billy Jacob,and Harvey and Bartlett PUMPKIN2No.212cans25c
Mr*. Fritz Schroeder Mr. and Mr*. Paul Rue.
Preston B, Bird Mr. and Mrs. PEARSNo. JEWELLARD,41bs..45c,
Harold Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. W. The Garden Club will meet Jan.
E. Rheney, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I at I p. m. at the home of Mr*. 2' can..23c
Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Wm. Dunlop. All member are Oriole Tiny Sweet
I Turner Jr., Mr. and Mrs Harry I asked to be preient Van Camp'sPork
'. Monarch Golden PEASNol2can..l8c

<1 Bantam : : & Beans
J most tS r$ rrs Bird ,, .' CORN Heinz Plain! or Fig 16 oz. can5c;

4 Ig. ears ..M9c" PUDDINGlar .
} ChevroletCo. Fancy Blue Rose
Chocolate Covered e can 32c
i 1. Cordial .: RICE,51bs..22cJULIETTE

Bulk, Soft Center
I' i CHERRIEs. Chocolate Candy

lb. box .. .... 39c lb. .. .. .... 18c MEAL OR GRITS

t Used cars that will make Bulk Pitted Fresh crop soft shell 5 lbs. .._.. ._ 19c

DATES Ib .15c PECANS, lb. ........ 21c
: ; .
holidays merrier


1933 Ford Sedan; good appearance; mechanically RAISINS WALNUTS lb. .... 28c
21bs ....... J5c
In fine condition. ; runs welL Reduced in Country RollBUTTER .
Ib. pkg.,..... 15c bOLD
: ;. price to ...._.........?.............-?.. .......I.......$250-00. TIME
Irish Potatoes I MINCE MEAT ...... tOe
: lb. .... ..... 40c :
t; 1934 Chevrolet ft ton Canopy Express motor like :
I. 10 lbs. ..__ 18c NONE SUCH ........ 15c
j. new;. good paint; tires good; nice car for r olio to 6 lb. Picnic,

,I': farm use. Reduced to ............................$275.00 Long Crisp HAMS KELLOGG'S

: J; 1929 Ford Coupe: ; runs well; looks good; pricedto CELERYSta lb. _u. .__... 22c Corn Flakes

sell .. ..._....,......,.,,.......,.,..........,,.......... $75.00 ..;..._ IQc Western Chuck 3 pkgs. ..... 25c
r I 0
; 1931 Chevrolet DW Cab and Body;32x610 ply FRESHCranberries FREEr Cereal Bowl

tires flat ._.......-23
1t on rear; new body; mechanically
: Stuffed or
{ A-l ...?...................................................... $325.00 lb. ..__....,,' 19c<<: Boned and Rolled
\ If Delicious EatingAPPLES
: medium jar ,. 25c
We wish lb. ..n.... 37c
il" you a

i" Merry 3 Ibs. .....h 23c. Boston Pork Style Roast Shoulder i Bulk Shredded

Christmas i Ib. ....u...l25c'
Local Fresh Dressed1'RYERS per ro. ...... Me
and a ,
2 I Iff, heads .. 15c

Triple Creamed'
: Sno-BftUCaufiffewer. '

Year Ji. ...... .. .: 'SPRY. : : .1 131b. I .

I' per ft..i.J. ,- r CH ........ 57c
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