The leader-enterprise
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087294/00299
 Material Information
Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Portion of title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1940
Publication Date: -1941
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1931.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 3, 1941).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057831
oclc - 33835104
notis - AKP5867
lccn - sn 95047482
System ID: UF00087294:00299
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
Preceded by: Homestead enterprise
Succeeded by: Homestead leader-enterprise

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South Causeway Project ''NUMBERS TO BE ASSIGNED ,

I 2o Be Voted on Nov. 5 i IN FEW DAYS BY BOARDS;;

: m BISCAY KEY I,140 Farm Tractors Work on East Glade i FIRST DRAWING ON NOV. 18

As Canals Lowered 4 Feet in 3 Days I -- -

1 I! THE WEATHER Quebtionnahe, to. Determine -

With water in the canals )lowered tor planting of tomatoes and other 1 10m...., _th..r.w,r. 01 tho suM.mtr.t. Availability
I LINK IN ISSUE {four feet in three days by the big:crops Exp.rim.nt' stall 1.... somwl..d flo.ld., of RegisteredIIOMESTEAlT

I pumps of the South: Dade Farms i t The big pump system perfected DM III.... Him. lUr. Mal.!
[water control system, and a nor-1! this summer by the addition, of,Oct 11 I 82 07 30.031,
[mat farming season water table I I two master units, accomplished in :Oct 12 83 60 2996 0.03'' LISTS
i HIT BY COURT'visible in the lateral drainage: three days what had been expectedto 'Oct. 13 81 1 64I i TOTAL OF 63:$ MEN

+ditches, forty tractors were count require a week, James Sottile, i I I Oct 14 84 62 3007'Oct -
I''ed at work yesterday on the East president of the farm rental com- : II 87 61 2996: Additional Help Needed
Fa Too Few Freeholders Took i Glade getting farm lands in shape pany said yesterday. !Oct. 18 86 56 2994I ,
53 Part in Election I The pumps, therefore, have been I Oct 17 63 29 981 to Relieve Jam at
slowed down accordingly and will I School
1 I
0i Last Spring HIGHEST COURTOK' be shut off completely at the end I

I of this week and the canal gates ,MINISTERS SETi Twelve hundred thirty-two own
BEACH ROUTE THIS closed to further out-
i prevent any
I S HOMESTEAD ,were registered Wednesday in the
flow of water after the land has
c:2 had a chance to dry off a few i i THANKS SERVICE ,I Redland District for selective
days service in the land or naval forces
,, Construction Endorsed by I ;, Since the pumps were started, of the United S tll te.. a

. Homestead and Local ....,..- I up Monday many persons have NIGHT OF NOV. 27[r Registration, which took place Jt

31 Rotary Club The highestcourt in the land visited the canals and watched the the various schools In the county.
has made ffnat the settlement I abnormally high water table being | A long-time program; of education .
lowered the forced outflow of with principals as chief registrarsand
Construction of I causeway which, the city of Homestead made t by : for peace similar to the program teachers assistants and
more than a million gallons of us
south of the Miami River to Virginia with a majority of its bondholders carried on b minsionarlcs ,
c:2 I Ii ia the refunding agreement of I' water a minute. Conversely, if > registration clerks was as follow
i and Biscayne Keys must' 1937. the water table In the farming! area of the churches wuUIlIlf'sKod as : In the area from Goulds to Florida -

S I wait the result of resubmitting I The refunding agreement was 1made I gets too low, the pumps can force the only method to insure eventual City Inclusive'
I from the main canals into I Redland Farm Life School, 242
. water
the county'i entire recreational under the Wilcox bankruptcy universal goodwill In a talk by
the lateral ditches to irrigate the Homestead High School, 112
3 park bond issue to the Dade freeholders -' act and suit, final disposition!fields I the Rev Harley R. Core to the Neva King Cooper School, .187

= In the general election of of which has Just been made, was I I Redland District: Ministerial Association I Florida City School, 40.
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Nov 9' brought by Harry C. Davis. a dissenting | at Its meeting Monday Homestead Colored School ::134.i .

The causeway, endorsed by the bondholder, to dismiss the i morning In St. John EpiscopalI Goulds l Colored School, 317
= Homestead Rotary Club and the city's petition In bankruptcy CONFIDENCEVOTE j I Church i The total legislation: in Horn _
5 city council of Homestead as 1[Motion to dismiss the bankruptcy'petition '
The association voted to hold stead u a ix an: Tin demands in
. == bringing recreation and shipping I was denied by federal dl.-I' DEMANDEDBY union Thanksgiving senice< at the I the IPKI-ti"iiu I ,,,n -t.iff of the ""m8t..IIII >
C facilities nearer to residents of this' trlct court, and this courts decision 't- I First, Baptist Church of Homesteadon : 010'i 'd I "i luol were to great
. == area and eliminating the hazards I' was sustained by the U S.
the evening of the last I (Continued J ) n Huge FtevtntMRSAL.B1RDD1ES
, = and delay of congested Miami traffic circuit court of appeals at New C. OF C. BOARDMembers day in November Nn\ wpdnes-I I _
was provided for In the bond I Orleans I ceding the second' Thanksgiving
= issue submitted to the voters in Davis appealed the case to the Day. The Rev. R. F. Blackford,
, 53 the May primary. The Florida'United States supreme c o u 11, I of the Redland District pastor of St. Jolin., will preach ,
I :3 supreme court ruled Tuesday that which refused to review the case I Chamber of Commerce lia\* been t the sermon.
. == the election was not participated by denying a petition for writ of i 1 1'I
notified that changes in the bylaws 'I I The Rev' W E Row ell, who recently WHILE ON VISIT
3 In by a majority of the qualified certiorarI. I will be proposed and votedon succeeded the RcC. 0.1i I:
53 electors who are freeholders Homestead was represented In the to Nelson of the Florida
at membership meeting i aa pastor :
, == Faced by a formidable list of the long legal battle by City Attorney be held on Monday, Oct. 28, at ,City and Redland Community IN HOT SPRINGS
I 53 candidates In the first Ira C.
primary Haycock.
7:30: p. m. :Churches, was elected to take Mr
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4 most voters forgot, overlooked or I At the same meeting the boardof Nelsons place as secretary and r :MM A tines I lawless Mud.
= just didn't have time to vote on 1 Jimmy Schallern Off directors will call for a"ote i treasurer of the ministerial
5 the bond issue with the result that I mother of Preston B. W R '"' d
s ot confidence The Perrine Methodist sroup'l t
::I less than the required vote of 50 To Army Training; CampRiner I The changes! proposed In the bylaws was selected us the place James L Bird of Homestead died

a per cent of the freeholders was ; are designed for "clarification' I next meeting to be held the second at Hot Springs. Ark, at 11:10 ,> 1
registered on the machine Thecounty B. (Jimmy) Schallern which some members claim Tuesday in November. : m. yesterday of coronary thrombosis
commissioners contended, enlisted In the U S. army and I la necessary in the sections relating i|ses-sion after an illness of less than
' Sj3 however, that since many thousands left Oct., 10 for McDill Field near to the duties and pcrogatives of the a co'erecdloh; luncheon was two weeks W R Bird, who want
e. == of freeholders entered the Tampa. Schallern who made his I board of directors served Present were: the Rev. J. to Hot Spring by plane Monday,
voting machine booths they took home with his grandmother Mrs The proposed measures were decided J RIchards, president; the Rev. was at her bedside when the end
::::: part in the election whether they J. K Scott, In Florida City, was a I on at a board of directors J, E. .Waller. vice-pi enident; Mr. came,
= pulled the levers over the county member of the 1940 Homestead I meeting Monday night which followed I(Core, Dr. J. E. Johnstone, the Rev Mrs. Bird left here Sept. 29 lot
(Continued on Page Eleven) High School graduating class, I the regular membershipmeeting .Ceo H. Ricks, the Rev. and Mrs, Hot Springs m company with MrvC.

I |Ceo, E. Dvuel 1'.11and Mrs Black- J. Oyal tad her daughter. Ml i

: II Mrs. Tom Evans Beloved Pioneer Dies:I ,ford, Mrs J. A. Ricks, Mrs T. L. I Nina Dyal. She was apparently
Tourist Guide May Go I Hodges and Mats Grace Butter- f Iin the best of health, relatives

I t As 63d Wedding Anniversary Nears;I To Printer on No>'. 1 field, I (Continued on Page Eleven)

- Mrs. Thomas E Evans, who She and Mr. Evans, who survivesher ; J. W. John, who is preparing a R Only Realtor in Business :30 Years )
with her husband came here when came to Homestead in 1908 tourist guide of the Redland District II

I hotel a store and the post office from Stanton, Mich., where all of said this week that he hopesto I South of Miami, Stiling Among Honored f
' comprised the business section ot their five children were born I have It ready for the press by
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died last homesteaded in the Redland Nov. 1.The ,
Homestead early Fridaysnorru'ng They
= Edw. Stiling, who has been a the 25th anniversary of the or
Funeral services were section but about three years guide will contain a map of
real estate dealer In Florida Cityfor ganizationMr
. Homestead and the Redlani District indicating location
conducted Monday afternoon In later moved Into I
the Stiling is the only mar
30 Is attending state
the Carter Funeral Home at leased the Home Hotel from W. of the points of interest tc
south of Miami eligible for the
convention of Florida
Miami by the Rev. R. F, Blackford,! D. Horne. This hotel burned down visitors and giving brief descriptive 1U
honor. from
of Real Estate Boards at Font a came Detroit
pastor of St John Episcopal while they were on a vacation sketch of the Redland District -
Mich. to Florida and established
City -
Verde Beach, near
Church of this city; and burial later, and they then bought the its products, climate and
office there when the
which closes three-day session an
was In Woodlawn Cemetery. site from Mr. Home and built I other advantages It will appeaon r I' a known DetroitMr

Mrs. Evans,, who was 10 years what Is now the Hotel Redland,, the reverse aide of a map an d!I tomorrow. town.was and Mri SUling as left Wednesday .
Realtors who have served their
old, had been Ill for four months, though It was known as the Evans guide of Monroe County and Key' i
and bedfast for the eight weeks House until they sold It to Dr, West, and will be dls.tr batedchiefly I profession for tl o i pol ..tJ year or to attend the convention.
of t'' ', more, are guc-'i it honor of the They also attended a Rotary lunch
prior to her death. and Mrs. H. Schlegel, when It be. at the toll gate >
t Eleven Oversea Highway jI>ouation j. celebrating eon meeting! ; Stuart Wednesday.
She was born In Rh.rIch. (Continued on Page ,

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Two THE LEADER.ENTERPRISE Friday October 18, 1940
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FLOOR SHOW TO I Garments for Britons to Be Made :\WOOTON EXHIBIT ter,a dearth Then, of seeing Imported the possibilityof pigments

Red Cross Formed Here' through the European situation, he j
FEATURE ROTES'LADIES' I By HERE ATTRACTS stocked up on these and built hit
own grist mill. He sawed the I

I A Red Cross sewing group to the materials and copy to the burn from marble and turned
NIGHTReal contribute garments and knitted troops These menu covers will IUCH INTEREST them on a lathe. The reducinggears

work to be sent to England, has be used In Dade County restaurants came from a player-piano,
been organized in Homestead, and to urge patrons to join the Increasing Interest Is being from which he also obtained the
floor show entertainmentwill the Homestead Girl Scouts are Red Cross roll call. electric motor. This contraption
feature a gala Rotary Ann alto doing their part in the Red ihown in Clarence Wooton'i groupof will grind one pound an hour to
dinner to be given at Legion hall Cross program Lions Club Is Shown fourteen pointing now on display I the consistency of high-priced artists
by the Homestead Rotary Club In the Chamber of Commerce colors
The sewing group was secured Movies of ConventionMovie
Wednesday night in lieu of Its For the of his
here at the request of the Woman'sAuxiliary building in the first WPA exhibition pigmentshe
weekly noon luncheon-meeting. had to get vermillion from
of the Homestead Presbyterian to be staged under the -
shots of the recent sponsorship
Th program will be given under uther con- I Spain, ultra marine blue from
the luspicei of Bill Pecks, head of besides auxiliary Church members women who vention of Lions Internationalwere of the Homestead Art Italy and cobalt blue from Cobalt,
the dancing school in Miami that shown at the Redland District I Club Canada The
work greens were produced -
might be Interested in
Iii I Lions Club meeting Tuesday Mr. Wooton, artist-teacher from
oeir \ name Among numbers synthetically from products
have been asked to MrsJ
Join by
u tedulcd lire: Dot and Dash a night by Earl Middleton, past district -I the Miami Art Center Is also instructor I of chromium salts Perhaps the
R. Brooks, through whose efforts -
'I" ,Ity tap dancing routine by the group was formed Mrs. I governor, who took them with, for the Homestead Art most difficult of the lot to manufacture -
11'Lena/ Pecks his amateur camera. j Club. and work of several the ultra
; May In a { members was marine blue.
Brooks has distributed wool to I
m \elty; Skip and Skipper, these women and will hold an all- I Vocal numbers by Mrs Lloyd 1 I' of the class lion exhibit also This is composed of lapis lazula
u mnx the dog with a human Deitz, with piano accompaniment, Mr. Wooton claims that his best I crystals from Italy ground with
with them at
day meeting today
by Mrs. J. D. Redd featured the I work In the is of abandoned
u Whitey Gullediie, contor- the home of the auxiliary I group an I kaolin clay from China and mixed
'I i n ii Eight-ball Smiley blackr musical program pump house In an orange with hydrous sodium sulphate
dent, Mrs. A. F. Arthur on
'n' ,comedian; and Mildred cado drive I grove setting. In this picture he With these home-made pigments
lit) ,p,,anist prell-I'Choir to Hold Annual I has caught the play of sunlight and I Mr. Wooton is able to depict the
I The Girl Scouts
'1 Helen Lehman, daughter of I are Meeting on ThursdayThe 'cloud movement in a manner sky sea, and sunlight of Florida
mall for
n i u, md Mrs Lee H. Lehman, I II. squares an I which really gives the true feelIng in his compositions so that the
the Red Cross They ask thatanyone
of Florida Another favorite I his
in i I sparkle lives on canvases
I. appear whistling numbers
who will give worsted annual organization meeting '
r iker of the ,of those who study the pictures is The exhibit is display
) evening will I on daily
oft h Homestead Methodist
knitting wool, regardless of length e I' 4
01 Dt George Williams, teacher his BiBcayne Bay. and there Ib no admission charge.Turner's .
Church choir will be held Thurs-
or color, get in touch with a scout I I The unusual brilliancy of Mr.
>< an Memorial open air Sun- or leave the thread at the home day evening at 8 o'clock in the Wooton
paintings is attained
da school class In Miami who by
church, H. L. I
of the scout captain Mrs Frank announces Blown
following the of the old
Wilt his famous talk I precepts
give on Skill, on Krome avenue. The president of the choir. 'masters who always ground and Funeral Home
troop along with several Miami Officers will be elected and mixed their
I and
own pigments
Chi dinner will begin at 7'' troops, is lettering and drawing I plans for the year will be made. 'I i jealously guarded their formulas I I !24-HR AMBULANCE SERVICE
"mlck 'harp.Willkie designs on menu coven The Any singer in the district is invited 'which even their apprentices were i. Lady Attendant
Miami Red Cross unit is furnishing to join the organization not allowed to learn until they had I I Phone 564-R Homestead, Fla.
which directed J.I'I I
Headquarters Is by Irving served out their time.
i Opened in Homestead Office iii EstablishedAt Lyon. I For two years Wooton bleached'out 1
linseed oil In the Florida sunlight .
1?I W Hlkle for-president headquarters Naranja cemetery//WPA Art Course Now I' thereby deleting it of all I' '-t', 1:. .I :T.".
I I Impurities and other foreign mat- -- ..
were opened in Homeii An office Open to School Children!
d Tuesday at the old Hosplta /
chapel of Palm Cemetery at Na- :
u\ House (old Enterprise build- ranja by the South Dade Ceme- William Wood, district supervisor -
,ng'. by Marty Ossli-r of Red- tery Association began operations of the Florida Art Project,I DURING
; land chairman of Wlllkle Club Monday with Mrs Harry D. Wolfe and Robert Delson assistant state REDUCED

Nt i3 which Includes the voting secretary and treasurer of the association :supervisor, visited the HomesteadArt
pre"met, from Perrlne to Florida in charge Gallery In the Chamber of''

r l\ The office, which is open from I Commerce building Friday and Sears LeadershipSale
'Opening of the headquarters was 9am. untl f p. m from Monday I confirmed arrangements made by I
pr" ,eded by n Willkie rally S>atjrdi through Friday and from Bam. I the Homestead Art Club for startIng -
\ night In Legion Park nt until 12 on Saturday was placed I a class of school children the
which Judge Mitchell D. Price andRf there for the convenience of the I next day.Pupils I !
.> II Anderson both Miami public. from both Homesteadand

,,1I1'n..v',' were speakers MrGi The association decided at a Rcdland school may attend. j :
'in who presided, introduced meeting Friday night in the The class which Is being taught,
.111111:1'i Price as a life-long Demo- chapel to establish an office. II'by John Stefanko of Miami, will 'I
: ,"art' Mi. Anderson as one of The public is invited to visit ', d I i,1rates to the Democratic the cemetery at any time and view\ :11:30.: Saturday the class sketched SAVE 17.50 ON THIS NEW

)11..1 I "mention that nominat- the improvements taking place, in airplane and did some figure
l I'll ,I id.l< nt Roosevelt for a third announces Mrs. Wolfe irawlng
H. Mid the Wlllkle clubs The Initial expense will be twenty K Im I'I'.h
'I", ", tv! non-partisan 11OMESTLAI: III SCHEDULE : cents for a three ply 20-inch by I C 10 14 C
,11 It i III or Willkie workers are The basketball schedule as announced .I.24-inch drawing board which maybe
II L. the headquarters open obtained from either of the
by Coach Bleier follows: :
---- Homestead lumber and five
I Dec 10-Gesu (tentative-here. yards
RM>\SD III (.( IIEDIIE Dec: 13-Miami i Beach-there. i cents for paper. Charcoal has been; : ELECTRICWASHER
? \ ratty. basketball schedule Dec 17-Miami Edison-here. I donated Each pupil who is financially -: q=

lIo' ,11011"I' Jan. 7-St. Patrliks! -here. j five cents a week toward the! <
'" in Miimi Beach at Miami Jan 10-Miami Beach-here. ,t teacher: transportation expense. I Ir. ;i
B< I IIX h Jan. 14-Miami High-there, :i I
.(. I II Open, Jan 17-O e s u (tentative I r." ,.....,"" ,."... ,. "".."''''". ,, ,..,..""', 6250.
pee 17-Open. there
D*. Homestead at Redland Jan. 21-Andrew Jackson- [,DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST KM ''
Holidays-Kingsport, Tenn.. at there.
Rcdlund I ; !
Jan 24-Redland-here.
Ian J--St. Patrick at Redland..Ian Jan 29-Ponce de Leon-there.: ; : 5.00 down, balance ;l
7-Miami Beach at Red- Jan 31-Miami Edison-there, .Office Hours: 9s. m to 5 p. m I monthly. Usual "

land. Feb. 4-Fort Lauderdale-there.I ;i Sundays: 9 to It: : carrying charge.
Jan. 10-Andrew Jackson at Feb. 7-Open. j Closed Saturdays : ,
Redland. Feb. 11-Open.
fan 14-Ponce de Leon at Red- Feb. 14-Ponce de Leon-here, [ Free Parking Space ] '; '
land Feb. 17-St. Patrick's-there. := I 80.00
,Tin 17-Fort Lauderdale atedlafld. Feb. 19-Miami Highhere.Feb. '17(4 N. W. 36TH ST. MIVW1

21-Andrew Jackson-here. ': PHONE t-1131 : : Value! IJ
Jan 21-Open, Feb. 29-Fort Lauderdale-here. f
Jan. 24-Homestead at Homestead I

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Jan. 27-Feb 4-Trip to Tennessee ,

Feb. 6-Andrew Jackson Tropical CafeNOW
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Feb. 12-Fort Lauderdale at Warm.

Fort Feb Lauderdale.14-Open. LOCATEDIN I. Eight-Position Wringer, with New Safety I

I I Feb: 18-St. Patrick at Miami THE Features. \

Beach. IIORNE BLDG. Silent, Giant Mechanism, Oil-Scaled, Safety .
Feb 21-Ponce de Leon at ,' HAIRCUT 40c
I ...... Sealed.
Ponce de Leon

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results use Leader- Homet64j%.Florida
oU'ghly.All .
Enterprise Classified Ads ..nwww Irw 1M, nix.nnYwu, I MASSAGE ...... 40c
the latest washer Improvements, plus Kenmore's dependable -
safe performance Here's an all.time high In
EDWARD 'S'T L.INGI 1 1I Kenmore value Its streamlined. all white wringer, withS'4 I
Inch soft balloon rolls, has chromium pressure controls
roll'stop dry-feed rest. A low priced wonder!
BARBER Buy now and ravel


Real Estate General Insurance e x I

NOTARY PUBLICCor. N. KKOME AVE. Miami, Biscayne Boulevard, 13th to 11th Streets
Palm At e. and .\\'e. B Florida City. FK
Free ParkingPage
PHONES 501.J AND 501-M I 0 .

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Friday, October 18, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Paw Three

I Mr and Mrs. Joe Torcbe this Death Takes Father Day," will be used in the Home ,
week They plan to return for the II stead Methodist Church announcesits
Of Coach Ted Bleier
the Rev J. J. Richards.
season. pastor
In and Around Putting Great Horizons Around
I William Bleier father of Theo
Little Fritz Lozier is visitinghis Christianity" will be the theme of
I J. Bleier physical education instructor -
II aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. the pastor's sermon at the mornIng -
H. Lazier in Fort Lauderdale this and coach at Homestead service at which Mrs. Lewis
High School died Tuesday night
Homestead week. I lat Brandenburg will be the soloist
his home in ApplctonVls ,I
I i The Rally Day will be observedIn
i after an illness lasting a year. He
Mrs. Anna Geronimo and R.I the Sunday school at 9.43 a.
Conlin of Valhalla N. Y. were [I was IS years old. m. also. <* **
I ;
In addition to !his In Homestead
| son -
and Mrs. W. I
of Mr.
Sunday guests
"It is expected thut on thisWorld :
County Agent C. H. Stcffam has spend the season with her W. Severy. i he is sumed' bv: his wife Methodist Rally and World
been in Gainesville this week attending in-law and slater Mr. rother-I .Frieda: anotnvV ''ion' James. of
Service the attendance at
I OilY
1 i
Appleton Mrs.
a conference of count agricultural Corbet Smith. Harry Degler returned Saturday I : three |Methodist churches In this country
agents at the University Lornle Wilkinson of Given Bay j I
a ten-day business trip to
will exceed than
by more a
.. and Mrs Edward Klnnard
of Florida. |
Miss Myrtle Conner Is spendingthe Pittsburgh, Pa. ,IWi. million the number of persons who I
Miss Delores Bleier both of i|
winter at where have attended other
Hollywood them on any
Appleton, two brothers John and
Mr. and Mri Jesse L. Faith of she is employed.Mr. Mrs. Walter Schutt arrived Joe Bleier of Appleton and a sister .1 i,given day In the- history of American ,
Miami returned Sunday from a Wednesday from Walled Lake Mrs. Anna Taylor of Milwaukee -1 Methodist- churches," Mr. ,
trip to various points In Georgia and Mrs N. J. Fleming have Mich. I |Richards I said The national attendance i
and Tennessee. Mrs Faith is the returned to Homestead after next Sunday Is expectedto I

former Mrs. H. Pierre McDaniel. spending the summer In Westov, Mrs Catherine- Potter arrived I I total more than five million. I I
Mass. Monday from her summer home In Methodists: Over NationIn The program of service will be ,
The Rev. and Mrs R. H. Spear North Haven, Conn. Same Service Oct. 20 one of the most beautiful ever
Mr. and Mrs David Frederick seen here"
Miss Geraldine Reitz had as a I -
Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Free and H. week-end guest Mrs. Chester Neil Mr. and Mrs Wm Brooks are I I A special order of service that -- --
Borgardt are attending a state assembly -; of Miami. visiting their daughter, Mrs. Roxle will be 43000 Methodist Everything comes to him who
I .edlnln
of the Church of the Newcomber I in Miami churches a next hustles while he waits,-Thomas
Nazarene in Lakeland this week.i I I Sunday "Methodist Go-to-Church I Edison.
Mrs. Donna Underwood who I )
was taken to the Kendall hospital Donald Stark had as a visitor( -- ----
Mrs Jos. L. Hickson
returned after she suffered a heart attack last week Samuel Shafer of
Wednesday to her home In Naranja several weeks at the
ago Is now Miami who recently returned
after visiting her brother and home of her daughter, Mrs. Ray from New York. Invitation"to
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs Dan mond Insua.NINNININMNNINININM. I YOUR
Smith In SL Louis Mo. our
NMNNNN/N/INII NNNNM Goulds Baptist Church come see ,

Mrs Frank B. Rue and Miss FLORIDA CITY Will Conduct Revival I DISPLAY
Ruth Fox attended a meeting of -
By Mrs. W. W. SeveryNMNINNNINI,1INN111111111MINN111111M COMPLETE
the Past Presidents' Parley and a
luncheon meeting! of the Dade Revival services- will be held at tiful New
County Legion Auxiliaries in Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Chandler are the Goulds Baptist Church mornIng of the Beau
Miami on Oct. B. announcing the birth of a seven- and evening starting next
pound daughter Wanda May on Tuesday and lasting throughout
Mrs. M. A. Berger and daughter Oct. 11 at the James Archer Smith the week according to an announcement
Margaret returned this week hospital in Homestead.Mr. by the pastor the--
from New Orleans. Miss Bergerhas Rev. Noah Peterson. The mornIng -
been pitching ball for a girls' and Mrs. Johnny Becker and service will start at 10 o'clock
team all summer children Ricky and Norma moved and the evening meeting at 7'30
Monday from the Dixon apartment The Rev- A. M Parker- of Mayo.
'j> M Mrs. A. Gude who was taken building to their newly completed Fla., will preach the evangelistic k ELECTRIC RANGES '

, 1 H to University hospital in Coral home on the Oversea High*ay. sermons."Come. *
x ?
Gables last week after an attack out and hear good old-
of asthma Is now at the home of Mr. and Mrs Geo. Davis arrived time preaching" Is the .pnstoi "yc with h1dasWed. 00.
\ her son-in-law and daughter. Tuesday from Elklns, W. Va. Invitation.

i Mr. and Mrs;: -Orlando'; Wollam Mr. and Mrs. John Bonano returned Bright SMITH-GRAVES FURNITURE CO. :

entertained on Tuesday Mrs. Fred this week from Beverly, Teacher: What Is a comet
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Set AICBE1AajORII ." P..I and Editor' $6000 NECES'i9QY7V Monday, Wednesday Thursday,

LIACBRural ARCHn. .___ I I TJttff LOU/LY F/N/S.4 De'Pfl COVNTYS'SrO.6S 1-8 p. m. .
Tuesday, FtMmy. It a. m.lm..
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... ,..".""...."...."......".."""...,...."'.'''''''''''''',.. I bused, among the worst.-

Common I Emerson. .

; ...- The care of books Is very impor- .j
Sense tant and no one realizes this more

than publishers For this reason
By SPUDS! JOHNSONCountry Just jackets were originally de-

J. ..."'...M..I....."".."", ........"...".... .. .."... signed to protect the cover of the

Editor Chief -v book However today dust jack.
file have a dual purpose to perform
Ally of County Agent
aa, At first they were often plain
Practically everyone now know,' pieces of kraft paper with a hole

at least in a general way about cut through to show the title beneath -

the fine work which county agents) Y and Intended for utility and 4
have been doing tor wore than IS e I not beauty. Later enterprising

year to bring about !better conditions -j 1 publishers learned they could use

IOn farms end In rarer earn-, the blank space to advertise And
inanities Not everyone then the blurb was born. '

tiowever, about The knowl'l Finally came the decorative dust'

WhICh the agent has had jacket with the Intent of attracting
enatiy other people purchasers or borrowers Some
rtilef of these unpaid assistants publishers even cover their dust

lies been and IIhl! newspaper' N r:; oir. &WYI.lU.r 8Y 7: ')W-Ozelew. owns jacket* with an outer transparentdust

Nlrtor I 'l.SI'HR'IiINiS77AD IPYsooe IIf/N.rxlroy ICONS7XtjaODU4i7L: jacket. This lancy packaging

"It Is no exaggeration to say I MIA f. VTf !/ & LQQGEIY' COMPlETED PRIOR' 7D has become very Important.
that the partnership of the county I l r.M TC0171" Y CONou&r&O/8Y ARDENT CNV.e&H Often an unattractive jacket prevents

agent" and the country newspaper* jF/IfEr f ONE'Sdw9NAt7! qMSN.oEI9C e <:JN/ QTTE.eIES N TNNr the tale of a good book ot

editor has within the part 80 1E2Hi'III.e6IWN1ZY" NOrCQNU/Mt;ED 6AI11tJ.l/N; '"' THE I vice versa.

years brought about"a revolution -Q h.D/Nt9J.tJSJQlIll/r o.IM/863..11Y np.RR.J. 7Z' 7PSj r .
in farming methods says M L.
Recently in an advertisement t
Wilson, director ot the

States' Department of Agricultural! I .&.'"''''''AAAAAAAAAAA _."".'""'....._""-,_........""....,-""......""........"..".......".."....""..."",,.."",,"' ..... were publishing fed up concern with their admitted own stock they: f
Extension Service! In the September -
issue of the American Prtw CURRENTCOMMENT FROM OUR MAIL BOX 'phrases In trying to sell books. f
Every book cannot "hypnotize"be r
"The result are universally acclaimed -
The implications for the i ......,..,.'"......".,.......".".....".........,,.......,.um.nnnwmm".mmmm..".......",...,..,,,,,,,,,,,......,,? gripping"a'"profound humandocument"or 1
"great best sell
other future stir continents the ImaginatIon.are witnessingthe While i| By AGNEW UELSUAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAA4AAAA. How Key West Treats Its Art Center er"-etc. I

growing depletion of the soil Editor Leader-Enterprise: wonderful too. There were lot Therefore in selecting a book '

America Is actually reversing theprocess tdltor1 Nuts Mr W.l.k mlMBiM I visited the Rlngling Art Gallery of pencil and charcoal drawings at for whatever reason allow yourself -

and lion the way to systematic I 1 1 tomment thy' b# In on..his.'."_Cnmtnvnu",' or at."v whethtr rlanr. I in Sarasota some weeks past real life. They use live models time to glance through It In I '

rebuilding of this magnificent with his 1'1,10" A.5.od." and It was eo grand and big, and They had oil and water color critical way and make your own i
resource I ..,......I. .to Miami Ames via w.l.h. "I M. IL55th I so far above my knowledge art studies on exhibit too. I noticed' decision es to its qualifications and

the country editor the coun-I I that I Just could not say much three In particular-one an oil liability of satisfying your reading: I
t.Y"agent leaned heavily from the I, In your clubs, civic bodies, etc, about:' j scene of beauty In the Everglade, 'taste. S

earliest days Usually the work I have you discussed the MX amendments I! then 1 paid my lint visit' a stormy one. It was framed and *
made to the state constitutionupon i to Key West and there I visited priced at $145. Another of a fisherman I
of the county agent good I Some historical novels 5trtla"ogled
he would write which you are to vote on i Key West's WPA art center Of taking In his net was $40. are '
copy. Frequently I through and ()tb- !
I Nov> 3'They course it doesnt compare at all and a little water color painting, I,
a column of his own country I ers are read with enjoyment sad :;
weekly Always his writings are as follows: To add a'' with the Ringung gallery, but I very simple and without many .
I remembered. In this latter AMI
were compact with good sense I seventh judge to the state supreme!,i l believe I truthfully say that brush marks of much paint either I''belongs F. Van Mason's ''
The country editor is still one of I'court; to give the legislature' Key Welt people am Just a* proud was '$11 I give these prices to 'Stars the Sea:Wyck' ,I
his most highly valued allies:' : power to create a parole board for of their art center as Sarasota show hew they value their work. ,, on
i I the state prison; to make terms of I people are of their gallery. They I understand that they have | It seems superfluous to empha'
After reviewing the principal county commissioners four years'Jiave a right to be, too for they adult night tlasses too ,sue Mr. Mason's ability as a writef "
accomplishments at the corps of Instead of two; to split equally ': are Interested In their work and of historical adventure novel
county and home demonstration They are also putting a libraryIn 'when lore,
one recalls the "Three
among the 67 counties all racetrack seem to be leaving nothing undone
aifents-now at work in every one their building Everything pertaining ,i bou,.." another adventure story of
1 I j fees; to extend the $5.000I 110| better M.I can'I
of the counties of agricultural I to art work that they
the War the Mini
) Revolutionary by
tax exemption to all widow Instead I The city Via donated a building. I;
importance In the United ,I get is being put In. An art magazines -
of only to those with dependents 'for the ;project nice little two- ,minor .
States Director Wilson concludes are filed there and articles
: ; prohibiting the state story affair with two rooms on the "Stars on the Sea" is a continuation -
words from other magazines They have
with these : '
from leaving state government: ground floor and three on the second of the "Three Harbours' but
stacks of this work different
"Of unusual Is the on
promise present -
floor.F. each Is In Itself Re-
taxes on other than Intangible one complete
trend to coordinated phases of art work and you can
community -
property Townsend Morgan the superintendent cently F. Van Wyck Mason hat
and county land-u planning I find what you want without any
showed me through and signed a contract with J B. Llpplncott -
Here again the I II In I trouble.
county agent
explained the work. for the final two books la
the thick of and the 1 Church union is making further
things country I Fifty school children are enrolled Four WPA workers are In steady this series on the Revolutionary
editor puts the stories In the I{headway. according to the reliable In Saturday classes Their attendance there War.
pjper ''A P. report that the Protestant I This narration may give some
work is kept in the building-
Leaden of extension I Episcopal Church and the Federal' of ideas But for those who are not acquainted :
co-operatlv filed or exhibited It consisted of us whereby we may work
work face the future confident Council of Churches of Christ m with Mr. Mason he II. |
\ book of ill out something that can help us In
lovely posters
covers 4
American farmers have the I I America have reached unity conelusions kinds block printing free hand our little art club here It Is worth gifted writer of historical fiction The '
while In Omaha" delegatesI I because his characters live
organization leadership creat- I and much trying any way. '
drawings ever so more
ive ability to meet whatever eventualities I I' the United Lutheran Church,work than we have here. 1 MRS. JESSE GOSSMAN. story of "Stars on the Sea defies is especially 4*

our national defense requirements voted for union with the American The work of the adult class was Homestead, Oct. 17, 1940. appealing at his son religious )
father and forsakes
may bring about. In 'Lutheran body. "
r no group of our people is democratic I .""'""....'"""..".."".,....".,.....,,,,......... teachings to fight for that which '
; faith and practice more lerk-nn enterprise The grapefruit II ] he believes is right
I Children in Court II
When old Tootleberry read that | 4
canneries in northern Florida I the
-i charged with vitality and more 'j As In all stories of suspense
i headline. "Avoid Insanity Prison confronted with of'i I| Malcolm Ilatfleld has
justified by their fruits I were disposing By Judge hero is wrongly judged and f
Co-operation of the editor with I and Early Death by Marrying he the seeds until a bright genius ...."...................,.......".................................." many hardships to endure Sine .
county and home demonstration said 'Hunh I aint that jumpin i conceived the idea of expressing the story ends with the war still .(.
the fire
from the Inter
ij' agents Is appreciated not only by Isaac there frying pan have been ,I I their oil content and last season i A gang of boys decided to quit at its height it leaves our hero determined .j
may sonv
the agents themselves but also by whittle a plant at Winter Haven produced high school and secure work. An to patriotically fight on t
the people of the ,'ommunltiea.I remote and Isolated cases H-..I 190,000 pounds of the oil; It h en'tlrnatcd Investigation of their case proved for the colonies to the finish :*
I death would hj e beenHuge an ads'Cage. the state could produce'four ,
------- that so many Intangible factors *
Charles Marglotti! former at- cAtr million pounds. Through a entered Into the problem that It A letter mailed in Amsterdamon

torney-general of Pennsylvania refining process It can be made was Impossible to catalog definitely July 19 and received in New
AlkoStmg-U. S. Seeks Into a salad oil. Also by another
and leader of Itilian-Amerlvans the various elements that created York on September 20. informedthe
v throughout that state, said thatItaly' 206" read a n ?\\'> headline to a treatment it Is a valuable ally In their dissatlsf action with Viking Press that condition

is plunge into the war placed story coming out of New Yorkstating coloring textiles school Nevertheless I there was notwithstanding a Dutch edition of

American against her and American that the government had I '!little doubt that, like most boys "The Crape of Wrath" was published -
of Italian origin will give been fraudcd of more than three, Miami Beach can acclaim itself who leave school, these youngster In July

all In the defense and preservationof and a half million dollars by the ballet' city of the world as on {.were Influenced ey the following *

American Institutions Major moonshiners" operating a still In,i Jan 1, last It had 241 such ItrucI considerations: (1) parental Indifference
La Guardia said "They are Americans the heart of that city. And the tures. In 1B39, from Jan, I to and antagonism; (2) the Harold J. Laskl. author of "The

-tint, last and all the time" ; biggies told us everything would,I Aug 1. it built 47 new ones costIng < be ok if we would only repeal that $3167000, and for a likeperiod :.welopment, (I) lack of adequate a European revolution Is the only
I and
I obnoxious (to them) "noble ex-' IMCIM .f overthrowing Hitler
The consolidation of the ttate" this year 17 more were facilities for the teaching of .
law If I could make :that England must take the lead.
wholesale and retail merchants periment' added, rating $4,10,000, *o the varied curriculum; (4) the tact laI
into one statewide organization,i)money with the .alllllOlJIIt people,(tendency I* toward larger and that the school was unable to overcome i I Such are his Ideas as expressed DWe

was perfected recently The can lit Croesus.wouldn't have a' mere oettry ..... From Dee 1 the. inherent desire 1If these I hi* latest book called, "Where 3

mew organization will operate: under i thing on me. 'last year to May 1 of this, approximately boy to search for punraiti outside! Go ream Here'"

the name of Florida Merchant, e e 300.000 sunshine' seeker'the school room, which motive I i r .

,- i Association,Jt.ws* .announced by I I Turning a liability into an asset sought their shot ter for an averageof they considered far more impor- Please kftp.1n mind the Gatt

t 15e5 T. La7. I* one of the hue abilities of .Aae- ten day* a.r ...... i.Mat *k.* gaining on education. ,D1ot+mMe 304*.

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., October 18 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pare Five_

Local Students activities on the campus for another four-year period, it Is Mrs. Floy Watson Takes lever Delivered "
Miss Virginia Frlck daughter of I Interesting that the latest comptroller Junior: "Dad, what il a 'dead
Honored at StetsonTwo Place of Itailey Mace "
of }
Mr and Mrs. Ceo M. Trick was s report state employees letter'
I selected to ting In the Stetson Glee showed 11,882 on payrolls of Florida Dad: "Well. your mother would
local students were honored' Club for the third time. Mill I not Including about 1900 Mrs Floy Watson has been appointed say its one given to me to mall,"-
at Stetson University In D<>Land Frick Is a senior in the school o!('school teachers Of those directly registrar In the office of .
on the state payroll, appriximately << Ex.'I
the past week II music. Principal B MvJfasrfmim at the 'I
| 3,500 are under control of the!
Homestead schoolT to take the
'Vernon Turner ion of Mi and
Mrs Geo. W. Turner Jr.. of governors' office. In the neighborhood -I place of RaileyNS&i. reserve officer ih' Leonard W, lIa i
Homestead, has been elected presi- 3,500 State Jobs Under I of 1000 are under the who was c licit O the colors awl-lIMne .n1 in tra:: rnal...1GLASSES 1
I'll s.s.tr/na klnl
dent of the junior law class at Control of Governor semi-protection of joint federal-I A telegram : by Mr.I 1 I
Stetson college of law. The announcement Hmdman \\ bfarcysaid
was made in the Stetson state employment with a semI that he haI'Med all tests I 111 N. R. FIn Me.. III.....
TalJahanee Oct 17With state blance of civil service rules and first D..rl.l.Ie AI t1eM
paper published recently I I and j is now I as 1 ",,.-11-
Turner if active In general student administrations about to change I regulations. lieutenant in the 13th armored ._
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Page Six THE LEADERENTERPRISE.Friday, October, 1940 :it.

f <. SCHOOL SEAL ADOPTED 'sell peanuts and have a "splll-the-! George Wingate, Dick Campbell-; I

The Juniors have chosen their milk" booth at our school carnival Donald Hawkes, Willard Norman
I(class rings A committee was appointed .1 on Oct 23Others I and Jack Campbell, members; and ,'j
I Redland Rattler by the class to draw up a present besides those Ballard Lewis, Bob and Tommy
,school seal to put on the rings mentioned above were: Junior Ball. and Billy Campbell, visitors.We .

DORA SCOTT and LA JEAN IRttlY Editors ,This Is the first year our school I King, Lewis Vrana, Willis Vick,' adjourned at 9:30 p. m. t
: has adopted a seal. It consists of _
.. i a rattlesnake entwined around an I I REPORT OF TOI'MTV FINANrKS DADE COUNTY
i"R' on a diamond background in I i I Report of County Finance for the year ending September 10. I9S9 ai reported
Marie Rogers Leads CARNIVAL COMING ,honor of our team, the Redland '0 the Comptroller, by the Clerk Circuit Court and the Board of County Commlulonere P
In Popularity VoteThe I Redland school hopes to see all I Rattlers of Dade County Fli rlda. and ll hereby published under provisions of Chapter sail
Act of Laws of Florida
of fo} Its
you out a grand time at 1. M. LF.I'. Comptroller.CONSOLIDATION t
carnival Oct ?jj, OP ALL Fl'NDfl ADMINISTERED BY ?
popularity contest Is progressing -- -- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS y
The Parent-Teacher Associationheld Receipts r
rapidly. Tuesday li the
I Ca.h Balance I October 1, IMS .C2TJOUG
last day for singling out four final Have Hilarious TimeI its October meeting last Friday Currant Ad Valorem Taxes .. .. ..... '.. 71.10181i'
.. .. ... .. <0leeniel 9"T so '5
meet Tax Redemption
contestants, one from each grade At Halloween PartyThe After a short business ..... ........... .......... .. .. .. IIS.nl.TO
Marie Rogers from the ninth I ing Mrs Heinlein Introduced the Eo.ICounl" Officer) ... .. .. .. .. .. 17184.
Is with 700 various committee chairmen. Fine. and Forfeiture ...... .. .... .. ...... 1 811661.12Raring !.
grade leading votes
juniors had a hilarious timeat Communion .. .......... ........ ... ... .......... 77.314 soMiscellaneous
Avis Bitting has S9S votes; Mary Principal Carl Wagner spoke on Receipt .. .... ... .... ............... 11207 80
Engel!, 397 Barbara Williams, 380 a Halloween party given In an Other Refund. 8.1. 01 Donrla. Investments, Etc .... .. ...... 171.12"'T
; ; old deserted house on Tennessee I How to Get Along With Total Receipt .. ... .. .......... ... .. .......... ..... ............02.646.957.02 ,
June Vrana, 325; Nellie Cash, 325 road and Coconut Palm drive People," after which he Intro- Total Available .. .. .... .. .. .... ............__....... 4.07S.nU2
and Mildred Reams, 375. duced the teachers Mr. C. L. Includes ISO,4(1.04 From Previous Yean AllocatlonaEiaendltaree .
Tuesday night The house was
large, and was decorated to Ooley gave a talk en safety Jean- General Administration .. ......... .......... .......... a 411.170.!
carry nette Cox played a solo on the Law Enforcement and Court Costs ............... . .......... 102.ITO
Members of Student out the Halloween spirit All hada Road! and Hrldee Expenditures ._.............. ...... .... .IWI..IUO
Council Are Elected grand time dancing and playing cornet and Mr. J. Q. Caldwell Welfare (All rhaneal ..._ ............... ....... ... .. .. ..- 0)7.004.16
sang several songs Mrs Joseph Agriculture and Publicity ........._....-...... ........... ..........- 1I2.20asS
games Punch and cake were Hulldlnt Cmatrnrtloii and Repairs ............ ..... .... .- HMUoellaneoue. .'
served, and each guest received a Elder played a few piano selections Expenses ... .. ._. .. ...... .......... .. ........... U97.TI D
This year's representatives to .Olh.r special rrojecu ............. .. ._ ........... ............ __ 151.2".11
the Student Council have been favor. Temporary Debt ..... ..................?.................. ............- .
elected in the home this Refreshments were served, and Funded. Debt Including Interest ............. .. .. .. .......... ....... 7<.S S.75
rooms everyone gathered around the Other Debt Expenses .. ... _..... ........ .. ..._... .... 1.Ui 15 a
week. Much Interest ShownIn bowl for social session IneeiMnenti .. .. ....... ...... .... ....... ...........- 112.445.07
Lee punch a Unpaid Bill, October 1ttf ... .. ..
Joy and Allan Pope are to Matters Musical ." ....",.."..,,,,,'",,,,..,,.._,,,,,,,,"' ,,.."' ,,.,,..,,.... Total Authorised Expenditures ''':'::::.:.:..:.::':::::. I.ISO.lit.II
represent the seventh grade; Jean. I.... Rill. Unpaid Sept 10. 19S9 ... ... ...............
nette Cowan, the eighth grade; RED LAND F F. A. Net Dl.burnementa ... . ....................-....... 121(051911
Cash Balance, September 10, 1919 .. ..... ...... ................_....... 1.418.01917
Vera Faye Anderson and Ulric Friday afternoon the junior By JOHN LANDRtM Total Disbursements and Cash Balance .. .......................................... 4.073,(68.(1Moiqulto
Vlhlen the ninth grade; Barbara music club of the Homestead-Red- ,..,..,..."........,....,......,.........,,,...,.,,,,,,..,........,,,,, Control Zoning and Beautification

Williams, Forest Burke and Waiter ,land area extended an invitation On Monday night Oct. 14, Red- Assets
Rutzke, the tenth grade; and to all the young people in the land of Future Farmers of V.I".ol County Buildlnn and Equipment ......... ............................. ....... 17,55.051.16V.hm
Chapter ....... ... ... .
of County Road Equipment 91 lull 41
Dora Scott, Helen Pope, H. A. school to join if they are Interestedin America elected the following officers Investment. .. .:':.'.:: ::::::.::.?....::::. :::::..:: 544.768.44Inventories : :
Aman and Jack Hilson, the junior music. Several girls from the for the 1940-41 year: presi- and Supplies .. .........................._....._ 55.5)402
class The seniors haven't elected glee club and a few members of dent H. A, Aman Jr. vicepresident LlabllltlMSeptember . .
; Unpaid Bills or 50, 1939. .. .. I
their representatives yet. I the Mrs.band Wakefield met with Mrs Webb and Phillip Reams; secretary, Judsment.Bonds Outstanding, September September to, 1930 10, 1989 .. ..:. ... :: ::... :::::.:::::::::::: 107.000.00

to organize. Dean Sickle; treasurer, Adolph Other Indebtedness. September 10. 1819 .. ....................... rd
ATTEND COUNTY MEETING The aim of all the music departments Lopez; reporter, John Landrum;
I I Not.:-Where poMibl bond and investments administered by But Board of Ad.
Monday, Oct. 7, the Dade County this year ,Is to make a good executive committee, Rex Romine, I ministration arc eliminated e
Federation of Student Councilsmet showing at the Dade County Music I chairman, Richard Ball and Francis (Oct IS. 1940)
at Andrew Jackson High Festival. Our band and glee clubs' Prothero.

School In Miami. Those attending are striving to develop their tasteIn Advancement of qualified Green I
from Redland were: Mary all types of music. We are I Hands to the Future Farmer degree
Engel!, Lillian Andrews, Dora I very proud of our boys' glee club was a feature of the program,
Scott Buddy Llndgren and Jack' this year. This is the first year and John Landrum, Phillip Reams,
Hilton The federation elected i we've had such an organization Adolph Lopez, Eugene Ingram,
Joe Coppedege who Is now president It has made rapid progress and Is Earl Wysong and Donald Grate advanced
of Miami High Student body I now working on three and four .
at the new president of the federation I part songs I
We discussed participation In
I We think the girls' glee club 1
the F. F. A. field day at Homestead -
has definitely Improved over last next Saturday, Oct. 19, and
OFFICERS ARE ELECTEDThe II year. It is hoping to put on some the president urged all members
home rooms have also been musical performances later on In who can attend, to participate In
electing their officers in the past the year. The band Is working on I the field day events.

week Mary Enells the president some higher types of music. It was decided that we will ini-
of the senior class and Buddy I tiate Green Hands for Allapattah

Lindgren was elected president of recreation on the grounds at the (Andrew Jackson) Chapter hereas. i

the junior class Adolph Lopez noon hour and for those who wait, requested by it, together with We home
u president of the sophomore boys for the second bus after school our Green Hands on Oct. 28, and own our .
and Barbara Williams, of the soph- Provision is made for badminton, plans were begun for that Initiation .
omore girls Marie Rogers and table and paddle tennis football, .
Ulrlc Vihlen are presidents of the basketball handball and horse- It was also decided that we will Are YOUR children enjoying the benefits .:
two ninth grade classes

ENJOY HOLIDAY of a home PLANNED to include them? You

Everyone slept Wednesday

morning without the worry of can give them a fine home backgroundto
missing the school bus The
teachers were busy at school all

day registering the young men of grow up in a place where they'llbe
the community between the ages
of 21 and 38. We heartily extend
our sympathies to them becausewe proud to bring friends and your

thoroughly enjoyed the holiday

monthly payments needn't be any more

sophomore girls had chargeof than "rent.:'

the assembly: program this I a
morning Ed Sage played a few' Y
selections on the piano. Louise
Jenkins, whose singing we en- '
joyed so much last week, sang 1 lIe Bldld A SMALL HOMEwmmith
again for us. Barbara Jean Craft Is Preparedto

!rom the sixth grade tap danced,
and Gloria Woodruff sans a solo. .IiIIkj $20
Bryan Clifton from the Redlands do his Part Pd i

played his guitar and sang I
Mr. and Mrs. Cray led the group 1 6.aI
in community singingRECREATION +

J.HE thought of preparedness
PROVIDEDIn With One of
It Bell workers. In fact the South'i
the assembly period last week I not new to Telephone M
Mr Snyder asked the young men and chit"frtion't vast telephone system is what it is today

to Invite their girl friends to a mainly because preparedness Is one of the fundamental
9 game of paddle tennis or ping pong principle of the Bell System's policy. Our New Construction
during noon hour Instead of gathering
around the palm trees. Telephone people are constantly at war with the

Mr. Snyder has arranged facilities foments, fire, flood and hurricane. They are prepared Loans

for over 100 students for la adrsace to meet the emergency whenever and ", ber- '

ever danger strikes.

Rapidly changing Industrial dtmsndl-shifting

NEWT. G. BALL population!-quick expansions In some places and con

tractions at others-ever-changing problems of lupply

NOTARY PUBLIC and demand art conditions under which all telephone BROOKERLumber

people are accustomed to working.

Years of experience In anticipating planning for
Fire Insurance and
sod meeting these exacting demands strengthen the

Kindred LinesIS ,confidence of telephone worken In their ability CompanyHOMESTEAD

to provide for the needs of the South and the

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:Ii: Friday; October: 1940 THE LEADER. ENTERPRISE Page Sevcrtl
' Journalism Club Plans have begun In new readers

:J-Homestead To Adopt ConstitutionThe I room Billy brought Folliard some of fish Miss for Ray's the

I HighLightsGIRLS Ii Journalism Club met Mon- fish bowl In the room. The pupils

day afternoon. After the readingof have been studying Columbus, ant
they now have a border around
the minutes the
."- by secretary, 'the room of the Santa Maria, the
I PRACTICE CHALK TALKS Junior High Classes Doris Thompson committees were ship In which Columbus came to
; ORGANIZE | j{appointed to suggest a name and
| The speech classes of the two! Hold Annual Elections to prepare a conMirution America.
i sections of the eighth grade, and Mrs. Bird's sixth grade social
I The committee appointed for selecting study classes have started their
kL kLATHLETIC ASSN.:{ the high school speech class have
I I been studying chalk talk speeches Officers of Mr. Blackburn's, a new n.upc for the clubI weekly quiz program. The ques-
and some have made very interesting home room elected by the pupils)I composed of Dorothy Sullivan tions for each week are handed in
r: The girls' physical education drawings and speeches on various last week areLa mar Griffin I Geneva Vann and Elbert Dolar. by the pupils. These are gone over,
t. classes have organized a girls' subjects. president, Warren Robinson vice-I Those on the constitution committee and the most suitable ones chosen.
.., president, and Felix
association. secretary are Jamie Richards Warren -Clarice Dodson.ININ.MNNN.NNI.NNINN11N1INNNI.N.NMNNMNNNM.
,.It: athletic Some of the most interesting and treasurer. Warren Morris and Edna Forte.
: Pending state G. A. A. organization '
subjects that have been discussed I
officers Robinson is student council rep- Assignments made and the Homestead
temporary were were Girl ScoutsBy
'are: the explanation and illustra- resentative. Mrs. J. R.
elected. The president is Mary Byrumand Pop Club was added as a new as- Mary Catherine Subrr Scribe
tion of several electrical terms,
Mistretta; publicity manager Iris power-driven lawn mowers color elected Mn. L. T. Proctor were signment. A brief consultationand ..../..................,...........................................
Caplinger; advisor Barbara Hill. schemes, different types of bombs, grade mothers. discussion of the activities of When we mot Tuesday we voted
A committee composed of Mary different ages of the various axes Mrs. Murphy's home room chose the club followed. for a treasurer. Those voted for
and Lois Pierce and Evelyn Sykes and firearms, and the signs that, as officers: Sue Moye for president -Melba VanWinkle. were Ardel Parman, Patty Robinson .
met Monday afternoon to discuss men from ages back have used : Lynne Irwin, vice-president; and Margaret Barnes. Patti
the point system for the letters for certain signals Some of these Stevie Biondo, secretary; and Saftey Patrol Collects Robinson was elected. I
and numerals to be given this speeches were illustrated while the Helen Tucker treasurer. Marie We also voted for a scout to
year. It was decided that 1,000 pupil was speaking and 'others: Bell is student council represen Old Newspapers to Sell keep a scrap book for the troop.
points would be -earnedbefore-* were illustrated by drawing made tative. Mrs. W. E. Rheney and Those voted for were Barbara
letter would be given. before class. Mrs. T. J. Harris were elected Members of the Safety Patrolof Miller, Ardel Parman and Betty
A mass meeting was held also -Clarice Dodson. grade mothers. Homestead High School have hit Gatlin. Ardel Parman Wlll
a for all girls Interested in the Mrs. E. L. Lawrence and Mrs. upon a new Idea. They are canvassing elected.
G. A. A. Adrian Jacobs have been elected the town in the patrol I We wound wool for the Red
The following is a list of ways MY MISTRESS grade mothers of Mrs. Rutland's truck for old newspapers. These Cross. We started on our afghan
In which you may earn your By FIDO home room. the boys will sell at so much a today Those not starting today
i points: cheer-leading 50 points: When I first came to live with I Mrs. C. J. Parman Mrs. F. O pound and In that way make start next Tuesday. Those who
A varsity 100 points; Pep Club 50 this family of humans, although I Bullard and Mrs. W. E. Rheney money for their yearly trip to can't knit in the troop are going to
points; class teams, 50 points. An was just a few weeks old I began I have been elected grade mothers Washington, D. C. They have learn. Katherine Kelly and Betty
extra 25 points will be given for I to notice right away how eccentric of Miss Behren's home room. been over about a fifth of the Byrum were taken into the troop.
winning intramural and five points I they were In first one way and -Clarice Dodson. town so far and have had good Saturday at the first meeting lOr
each time you play ((25 points the then another. However I am very I results. the first aid doss Miss Cook gavr
limit). fond of my mistress even though a talk on the purpose of first aid.
strides last and boys are going around from
I year hopes to Improve
Sports that were discussed were she Isn't very bright, poor thing.In I even more this The- house to house on Tuesdays and It is, she said to do all you can
bean bags ping pong, tennis and' the summer when everyoneis band appreciates the co-operation year. Thursdays. All those Mho wish to for the patient until the doctor
badminton.The complaining of the extreme heat comes. After lie comes find outIf
and support that the public ha save newspapers for the patrol
; board members are tem- she never thinks to join me In given It. will receive Its sincere appreciation. he wants you to do anything
porarily In charge of the following digging a hole in the cold ground I else. When taking a pulse do not
sports: volleyball Evelyn Sykesand where she could recline comfor- Marches and semi-classical -Bob Spear use the thumb became It alreadyhas
Lois Pierce; tennis, Mary tably. pieces are to be learned during a pulse We also learned
Pierce. Strangely enough, the family I I the year. New Talbot band books -- about bones in different parts of
-Melba VanWinkle. throws away delicious bones and have been received as well as several ELEMENT\RY SEWS the body.
scores of sheet music. The In Miss Jackson room, the
eats weeds1!! Some of these bones
Home Ec Girls Study sheet music Includes many well pupils' preprimers have just arrived -
are surprisingly soft (well I know I I Lei GARLIC Help Fight
known marches. and children
Various Color SchemesThe I because I get the food that /Is the are anxious
I Ito
thrown away.) Even when com- Marching practice has been begin in them. In art, they Harmful nBaclarla
classes in interior decora- pany Is invited to chew bones with started early this year so that by have made owls and jack-o-lan- ON' .d..la I p.r..r.l= M w.a.1.Ld .
I'midwinter the band will be I terns to place on the bulletin naM. assns 1s swim star hab.ne
lion them chew
have been working out a they never them In the as ..d mating 4MV.
series .of color schemes such as I correct way. The best of the meatis near perfect as possible. The board for Halloween. John Ham.I 1 r.. :':11..1n. Trf D =
I members of Junior I ker, Faye Williams and Ronald .. O.rll. Ttbtoto. Ow. M
simple complement two kinds of always given to me. : Band that ar mm.4 = lags rUIit -ease.. ,
'In have been absent
Junior I from
double It Is the High are being drilled
complements triad split very pitiable way they Dixie Drue.
complement, monochromatic accented spend the money, which Is sup with the regular band members school because of sickness.
and adjacent. posed to have some value, for I so that by Christmas they will be I Mrs. Edwards and her pupils enjoyed ,
The girls have worked these weeds ,that ,grow so abundantlyclose able to participate in activities, a visit from Mrs Singleton
out, as a beginning with colored by. These weeds are always with them. I I last week. She is the primary Prompt, Courteous Serviceat
art paper and will apply them consumed by the family at almost Members of Junior Band are: I teacher of Florida City. the
later to, room interiors and dress every meal, leaving none at all of trumpets, Frances Foster, Charles Mrs. Thurman's room Is deco-
color schemes. this for me. Gossman, Dorothy Sullivan, Lois rated with pretty flowers and the
-Gracie Torclse. Most surprising of all is the Pierce Harvey Dodson; clarinets, pupils are to bring paper sacks SINCLAIRService
place where the food is kept. You Yates Eaker, Milfred Severy; saxophones from which they will make Halloween -
4-tl ELECTS OFFICERSOn wouldn't believe it, but in court I Bellegene Bullard, Sam masks. Some of the pupils
Oct. IS Homestead 4-H Club could truly swear that Instead of Harris Dorothy Kuhn, Warrene StationJohn
girls elected officers as follows: burying it to become well seasoned Severy, Barbara Smith I Junior..drums, Ben Bechdol, Charles Stcf-
president Margie Pye; vice-presi- they keep it for long hours Pope, Mabry Scarborough; trombones -I'fanl, Elmer Martin, Lewis Murray,
dent. Jean Bailey; secretary Ruth In a big box. How little they Hilda Dodson Dudley Hill, Lynne Irwin, Robert Kuhn; major Davis, Prop.
Byrum; treasurer, Uldine Fair- know. But it isn't fair to blame bass Surry Rice; drums Jack Billy Jacobs; majorettes Charlotte -
cloth; song leaders, Joy Peters, them entirely. Kemp. Gerommo Vara Rheney S. Krome Ave. Phone 1111
Betty Dean Schauberger and Geraldine Most humans, I find own a Members of regular band are: -Athley Kemp I
f., Shepherd.Mrs. large container in whieh they ride trumpets Don Done John Mc-
C. W. Little is leader. down wide pathways. If it were Lean, Hubert Smith, Bruce Scott,
We then told the first year girls not for our Immense Intelligence Harry Martin, Frances Rutland
about how and what to do during we should be destroyed by them. Florence Nelson; clarinets, David
the 4-H year. Perhaps their stupidity is due to Barnes, Forrest Bell, Harry Bishop Redland BrandFertilizers
We adjourned with the pledge the Irregular way their bodies Edwin Booth, Barbara Hill, Tom'Hodges ,
and dismissed. work. I've observed that they all Q. Lowe Paul Rue. Vir-1,!
-Wanda Smith. walk upright on the two hind legs guile Walker; saxophones, Lonnie!
The other two legs are much shorter Home, Robert Spear, Crietje Tcr- '
Junior Class Studies and hang down from shoulders.To berg; trombones, Carl Fredericks I
Ways of Earning Money prove the human lack of intelligence John Kuhn; baritones, Marlow
I I have Rover who belongs Jacobsen Lamar Dickinson; bass
The eleventh grade Is comtem- to a friend of this family, to Frank Rice; flute, Frank Haus- '
plating ways'and means of earning back me up, as he has spent many man; bell lyre Anne Rheney; alto manufactured in Homesteadby
money for the activities of the years noticing his master's dull horns Jack Barnes Athley Kemp; are
year. ways, also.However.
The classes have selected for I Rover and I do like
their room mothers: Mrs. C. H. our homes, for the creatures are C. J. a locally owned company.
Steffanl, Mrs. A. E. Paul, Mrs. kind to us. Then too, since all of BROWN CO.
Frank Rue Mrs. W. R. Anderson I them are alike, only we dogs are
Mrs. J. A. Pollard and Mrs. J. H. the wiser and perhaps some day Refrigeration Mixtures are carried
Horton. one of us will find a way to edu- Service

Mrs. Frank Webb has t been read- cate them.School "f '7'JI'\\
ing to her class from "Careers for ElectricalContracting on hand for
Men and Careers for Women" Bands Get New ,
which tells of the advantages and Rooks and Sheet Music I H
disadvantages of different vocations "rfp'r' need.

the probable salary and theme Under the direction of Mrs. Margaret CAVES BLPQ. ,
span so that we will have an Mills the Homestead High .
idea of what vocation we wish to School Band has begun another. HOMESTEAD PHONE 534 Your is
follow after we have graduated. I school year. The band made great patronage
Grade Torcise.DR.M.A.BERGER.

!; always appreciated. ,


DentistOffice ,i Osteopathic PhysicianPhone Florida East Coast Fertilizer Co.

Hours 8:30--1:30: FRANK B.RUE.MGR.

I 39Homestead

Building i it ,
]1I I i LOver.Brown's: .Store) .

Oft Evtntacs by. AwainimeBl, ) I

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". Eight THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Friday, tle1940

I i . Social Events in South Dade mamma 11


the marriage of Jerome Hickson -
Mary Frances Webb, white dahliaiu Miss Claudia Ruth Conner, 1940 graduating class of Home
lot ion of Mr. and Mn Jos L. Hick-
daughter of T. B. Webb, former Mrs Greenwood was born ,4n son of Naranja, to Miss Hazel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. stead High School and was a
Homestead and lived here until Conner, and Jack Joseph Sullivanwere member
of Kappa Phi Delta soority. -
of Norwich VL
resident of Homestead was married Fitzgerald on
I five years agft She spent two Oct 7 In Hanover Ind. married Wednesday In Ever- .' .
to Leuben KTenuel Greenwoodof years In Robney, W. Va., and since glades, Fla., by: Justice of the- The bridegroom is a son of Mr.
Silver Palm Friday it the I I that time has made her home In Mr. Hickson has ipent a great Peace J. W. Russell. i He
and Mrs Dave Sullivan.
deal of his life In the Redland
home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. Croat City She was graduated There were no attendants born in Homestead and he also,
and graduated from
I was
and Mrs. O. O. Webb In Lake ''IrA from Dixie County High School Redland High SchooL For the The bride wore a two-piece, was graduated from Homestead

CIty. The Rev, C. R. Robert. June past four years he has been em- royal blue jersey frock made with High School in 1840. At present,
pastor of Mount Kirmel ISaptUltChul't'h Mr Greenwood, a son of U. L. I ployed in Hanover. I short gored skirt and long-sleeved Mr Sullivan is engaged in farm

of Lake City, performedthe Greenwood,Central was born in Spanish .............,.,.............-......'"-.....-- blouse Her hat was an off-the- ingMr
ceremony Only relatives and Honduras, America but face model of red and her other and Mrs Sullivan are make
close frleridi were present ; has lived In Florida since childhood The Calendar accessories were of matching hue.II III ing their home in an apartment

The bride was given In marriageby He was graduated from ............,............-............,." ................... I Th bride, a native of the Red- in the home of Mr. and Mn Joel
her father She wore a soldier I' Kedland High School In U37 and land District was a member of the 3 Robinson on S. W. First street.
Oct. 18 Princeton Home Dem-
blue sheer frock made with short attended the University of Florida ;
He ii employed by the State onstration Club meeting at 2
putted'H, i high neckline and I
short flaring skirt Appliqurd lace Road Department on the Keys o'clock at home of Mn W. W. MRS. GEO. N. WAKEFIELD IS PRESIDENT I

trimmed the wide belt and the I i Mr and Mrs. Greenwood ars Bethea OF LOCAL HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB '
neck line She carried bouquet making their home in Silver Palm. I y Oct. 18.-Meeting of Homestead
P. T. A. lit 3 p. m. Mrs. Geo N. Wakefield was Christmas wreaths A flower arrangement -

SAFETY PROGRAM: IS GIVEN AT OPENING Oct. 21-B, P W. C. luncheon elected president of the Homestead I film will be shown in
I meeting at Bamboo Tavern. Home Demonstration Club at a January. Other work which will

MEETING OF REDLAND SCHOOL'S P. T A. Oct. 21-Social meeting of Jun- meeting held in the Neva King I be taken up later will be the making -
ior Woman Club Cooper School Friday morning of minor electrical repairs and
'The Rcdland Parent-Teacher| The annual membership drive Mrs. Fred Suber was elected vice- the upholstering of furniture.
Ai."lation gave its opening pro- was stalled with enthusiasm ; Out 22-Guest day meeting of president: Mrs A. D. Smith, treas- Present were: Mrs R. E. Edwards -
Homestead Woman Club at 3 and acting secretary and Mrs Mrs. Earl Cravey Mrs. M.
KI.Im and Its reception for the | Announcement was made that urer
1I'ulty Friday evening The new the theme chosen for the year is ,:o'clock. Carl Anderson, council representative A. Swan, Mrs T. E. Kirby Mrs
president' Mrs. Herman Heinlcin patriotism I II i iI Oct. 22.-Dade County Council O. C. Radford Mrs. Gordon

pr,'s ded I I All the teachers, old and new ,'of Legion Auxiliaries meeting and Miss Eunice Grady, county home Cooper, Mrs. G. N. Hadley, Mrs

C L Oolev. safety chairman In- were introduced. I'I luncheon In Legion hall demonstration agent demonstrated Ben Archer, Mrs. Wakefield. Mrs.
undated W. II Bliss of Miami who The meeting ended with refreshments Oct. 23-Meeting of Dade County methods of making draperies, Saber Mrs. Smith and Mrs Anderson -

gave a short talk on the American served as the parents and I II |i Federation of Women's Clubs and exhibited articles easily made .

Red Cross course for first aid, and !teach.is got better acquainted. I II |dIn: Redland for Christmas gifts-hostess trays, B. P. W. C. WILL HEAR
be The association voted to add coasters. luncheon set belt, bedroom -
'xplntned'lIat should done | a ||I Oct 23-Rotary Ann night at GOODWILL TOtR: REPORT
after an hccldtnt before a phy- |corresponding secretary to Its list Rotary Club at 7 o'clock. slippers and sun hat with Mrs. Sylvia Atkins and Mrs Ben

", pan arrives, Mr. Bliss Is now of officers, and Miss Julia Sullivanwas I: Oct. 24.Dorcas Class meetingat matching bag. Archer who recently took part in
>'.nductlng a free first aid class in chosen for the position. Other home of Mri T. E Kuby A lesson In knitting will be a goodwill tour to Cuba will be the
the school auditorium on Monday officer of the association are: given Oct 25 it was decided. speakers at the luncheon meetingof
evenings at '7:30 for all who are I first vice-president, Mrs R. W. Presbyte-rian I A cookie show was planned for the Homestead B. P. W. C. in

over 17 years of age i I'Prothero: second vicepresident'Mrs I i I the November meeting. Each the Bamboo Tavern Monday at 12

Mr Ooley also gave a short talkon Clyde Gossman: secretary, 'Circle at home of Mrs. W. D. member Is supposed to bringcookies J clock,
safety rules for driving a car Miss Jewel Turner: and treasurer' I Coker. for all to sample and the'i

specially on the use of hand signals Mrs D. E. Bashor. : Oct. 25: -Rcdland school carnival recipe for those Interested to P. T. A. WILL :MEET
I A revised list of chairmen copy' Miss Grady will bring fruit TillS AFTERNOON

Principal I CarlVagncr spoke I stated Mn Heinlcin reads as Oct 25 Homestead HomeDemonstration cake recipes to this meeting, I! The Homestead P. T. A. will
on i
follows: fine arts and refreshment I II The November work meeting meet at 3:10: this afternoon In the
the value of jtttmg along with Club I work meeting I
Mrs C F' Henmngtonpublications ; I will devoted to the making of Neva King Cooper SchoolRoom .
other, people. Also on the program I : I Oct. 28.-Homestead P, T A. kb
Mrs Ralph Prothero I will meet at 3:10
; meeting, to the making of mothers
were J. Q Caldwell Mho" :food sale in front of Dixie I>1'ull.I
band J. Q. Caldwell; Gill Scout I Christmas gifts and the December Oct 28
Mrs -Program meeting ofHomestead
Joseph Elder who
inn Mrs A, L.
Campbell; safety, C. L.I I :
played and Jcnnnette Cox who Art Club at home of
Ooley, cafeteria, Mrs
gave two cornet solos Clarence HarveyGossman I I Mrs. B. E. Gatlin at 3:30.:

Cray led the group In singing, and Davis; music; student Mrs aid, Carl. Mri WaRner Arthur: I Oct. 30.-Lily Bow Book Review I THE DIXIE DRUG

Mr Gray played the piano ac.ompnniment publicity Miss Helen Daniel !Club meeting in library at 8 p. m.
: Oct. 31 Halloween
( dance spon-
education, Mn D. R. Homestead, Fla.
]physical sored by Junior t Woman Club ofHomestead Phones 3D and JI01-
The Girl Scouts made an impressive Snyder: hospitality, Harley R. at Country Club i JACK POLK-HOWARD JOHNSON
presentation of a P. T. A. 'Core; room mother, Mn Frank
lilt to Mrs Ida Elchenbcrger in i Nev Meeting; of Episcopal i
Hathaway; program, Mrs. George
I I Auxiliary with Mn H. E. Schaff. i when need! drug store item for M and
appreciation of her work us P. T. Polk: library, Mrs Mary D. Nettles Right you many raw
A. president last vetr : finance, Mn Ida Episcopal Church. i winter tomes this Resell Drug Store Back to School S.U with its I

Plans for the carnival on Oct. I berger; grounds. Mn Eichen-I Nov. Meeting of Redland J. ,' many timely, big wlutt. There are values for the whole fimily.B .
Neighborhood Circle with Mn
25! were discussed All seems to :gren: manual training Lawrence Scott. here ear lyl '
be progressing, it was stated and I Jensen; membership Mrs. Ralph
Nov. S.-Meeting of Circles ofWoman's
everything Indicates n big, entertaining I Prothero and Mn Clyde Golsman.t I
of Christian
carnival ahead i Mrs. Eva Fletcher is historian.
Nev. 6.-Meeting of Legion Aux-
FEPFR.\T10N HIIL MEETIN Conrad I nurse for the iliary In Legion hall at 8 p m t;
REDLASI1D,1)4T I will give a short talk. seminolel.1 Nov. 8-Meeting of Redland P '
..', i fro Items Should ban en
ti. sal saving o you
Final plans fen entertaining the Anyone who is T. A at '7:30: p. m. 11 hind. .t-.rv I It's a yet.e."Wed. e*.'. pu.ete.t M.",
Dnde County I Federation of In the club work or the program Is I Nov. 12-Meeting of W M. U oral! Oil it t....10... odorless and colotltu Non-habit. ,
'Vtnmens Clubs in Rcdland invited to attend announces Mrs Nov. 14-Meeting of Presbyterian lorninq N.i>...Htm. .. Punfcnt Aspl.n; I It ..ft. d.
nesday were made at a m Wed-j H. K. Foulk, piesldent Auxiliary with Mrs Carl F ptndtbl retie for simple ocher and pi:"i"

the Woman's Club of the J Robinson. 1 run PINT / -ems' BOTH FOR
Tuesday afternoon in the clubhouse ART CLUB ANNOUNCES" I Nov. 21-Annual congregationsupper 1 MINERAL OILANOIOOWW 7

FIRST PROGRAM MEETINGThe and meeting of St John'l a.. 59C
The federation meeting win homestead Art Club will Nov. 30-Third annual Woman'i .

I begin at 10 o'clock and close about hold Its first program meeting I Club cabaret ASPIRIN TABLETS -kZ
3 o'clock It will be held In the I Monday after next at 3:30: o'clockIn
Hodland Community Church but the home of the secretary. Mrs

luncheon will be ee1'hi the : B. E. Gatlin. A O

clubhouse Miss Estelle Turner i Mrs Frank Webb tint vice-, G t J -

t and Mrs J. D Wysong will serve president of the club is program j INCREASE RESISTANCE .

the luncheon to add to the piano chairman. I A TO '.
fund of the church All who have contributed 18'' TO WINTER IllS ,
much as a dollar toward the local
Reservations may be made by art project automatically 7 New Ie the time ft ..... Waling; abwt ..pi.1.- t> I
railing Mn Ceo W. Turner. Jr. members of the art club. become I udoaee N colds .t fug Meade' II ....
at S95-R or by getting in touch thew witamtas. II'swiw the time "ho" the need for .it.
with Mn Frank W Stillman --- kocxiMt ysNee. W a simples east wry
JUNIOR wo : TO CUE I needed and D In tablet Urm.PWCOCOD .
Route 1, Homestead { to get V.H-.I-4.A 8 9 c ,
Present at the meeting were: A prize for the1> prettiest costume j TABLETS MADE OF >

Mrs Clna Stewart, president: Mrs. worn by a woman, one &autqwows COD LIVER OIL CONCTNmTEDVWTHPERCOMOmOtt lOX OF 'tlt
:E. A. Carter, Mrs Oeo W. Turner'
cleverest costume worn by a / / THI b.I arose!
Sr, Mn Dave Kufeldt. Mrs B. woman, and one for the dew

A. Waldm Mr. Geo. W Turner costume worn by a man tunnlet'l IOft1 eeo.n.., with ThwmJquo, the
JT, Mrs Stillman and Mist Estelle,, awarded at the hcaterloM method 11 Cool, F'rst'cl QUIK.BANDS

Turner sponsored by the Junior Woman's, iafe OCII1or1ab1aloW(
Bandages tH ready for you when most n ,ded.
Club of Homestead at the Home- fog
WOMINS CLUB TO HUE stead Country Club on Oct. 31, the No "*eel to bother with makeshift bindagtt.

I INDIAN PIO04tAM I dance committee decided Monday Mw w YOM sat 16 ;individiunstaled bindtgn.Pa" I
Mrs, C J. Susong, Indian wel- night following an executive meeting
fare chairman of the Dade County of the club. Alw
Federation of Women's Clubs, will Mrs Harold Oxford Is general Oil Merit"'.'""
......., .. l
a ;
be guest speaker t a meeting of chairman, Mrs. Virginia Walton :
the Vcn lllft'a Club 'of Humetttad hat charge tickets; Mrs. Burley HIKE'S BeAUTY C

Tuesday In the clubhouse Dndy: of Ute favon; and Mn PARLOR Oi READYMADE

A moving picture in : 1I COItC' Bruce Emit Tit th prizes. Mist 11 It-14 MK.ntr: ..... BANDAGE UP
ot Seminole Indiana life la HitXvrglJ Pearl d'4W) 'r vv\iU,, asatt) Mrs.Oxford. Awn _oN, 11wuse _..ePw.w
s s..w
t t will bt show !airs ; All


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o Friday.. October 18, 1940 THE LEADER-ENTERPRISE Pace Nine
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MRS. HINDMAN AND FRANK WEBB WIN i A. F Arthur conducted the devotional -

I I FIRST PRIZE IN BRIDGE TOURNAMENT The part next of meeting the program.will be held

Nov. 14t. of Mrs Carl
J JLA I Social Events II In the finals of the University Mrs Mae Campbell Mrs. Joe I Robinson It was announced.

Club bridge tournament held last Wyatt, Mrs. Lamb Miss Lois a.'hI Present at the ml'etln't're:
night, Mrs. B. M. llindmnn and I rens, Miss Ann Lee, Miss MarthaWest I Mrs. D. P. Blake, Mrs James Hud
Frank Webb were high score priie Dr. Frank Hauonan, Carl son. Mn. R. E Trotter, Mn. Whit
I winners. Mrs. Vane Hurl and Wagner, William Krome and F.. ney Seam. Mrs. Frank G. Hathaway -
MRS. FRANK WEBB PRESENTS PROGRAM Howard Lamb were second high H. Collier. -. Mrs. H. W. Johnston Mrs
: icore winners. { Mrs Urs. E. H. 'I Myra Hood, Mrs. Julia Polk, Mrs.
OF I I Hostesses for the party held at Collier Va"3l11'd winners in J. A. Ricks, Mrs. Frank Robinson,
the home of M.... A. A. Payne, the which Mrs, Oeo. If. Tick, Mn. A. F.
'me- Living pictures and an aWI' ..rt and Mrs. Clarence Gray who Darling, Mrs. A. 01PaJae., Mrs. J
I a were Mrs. Payne Mr. James L met Friday at the home of Mrs.B. .
ate song for each picture were IJri-1 spoke on music. I R. Brooks. Mrs. J. R. Hickson,
so.Mr.. Bird Mrs. W. M. Fifield Mrs. M. Hlndman. Mrs. Ben Archer
tented at the opening Mrs. E. H. Gallaher told of the I Paul Reynolds and Mrs. R. J. El- and Miss Lois Behrtns were hos- Mrs. C. Ben Plummcr Mrs. T. L.
the Monday Music Club Oct. 14.1 present trends in music and art. tessea. Hodges Mrs. J. M. Holferty. Mrs
Mrs. Frank Webb. art chair- I liott.Table
by Geo. D. Ruehle Mrs. P S. Slap-
Committee cnairmen appointedwere prizes were given high Playing were: Mrs. Claude I'
Was The meeting was held at the I
man. lington Mrs. N. Van Geldren Mrs
also : Mrs. C. H. Steffanl federation score winners not taking part in Campbell, Mrs Russell Home ,
of Mrs Bevo Webb and Mrs. I
J. W. Sapas. Mrs. Lloyd Deitz.
lead ; Mrs. Lee H. Lehman. pub the tournament. Mrs. H. K. Foulk. Mrs. Gordon;
Webb and Mrs. W. E. Rheney
'ent licity; Mrs. Julian H. Webster Those playing in the tournament Ivejr, Mrs. Geo. D. Ruehle Mrs. S. Mrs. Gordon E. Dill Mrs. Robinson -
Mn. J. D.
,nn.lak. were the hostesses. music critic; Mrs. B. E. Gatlia finals were: Mrs. J. R. J. Lynch, Airs Joseph Hall, Jr. Mrs. Arthur and Mrs. Haley
Redd the president
Stephen Foster Memorial: and' Brooks Mrs. Geo. N. Wakefield, Mrs Geo M. Frick, Mrs. Paull i I
art chairman spoke brieflyof Mrs. Carl Wagner flower. I Mrs. A. A. Payne, Mrs. E. A. Ames Reynolds Mrs. J. D. Perkins !Mrs. ,OFFICERS; OF O. E. S. r
the club's theme for the year Roll call answers were the Mrs. C. J. Parman Mrs. J. A. Henry Johnson Mn. A. A. Payne,TO BE HONOREDMrs.
'lent art and music and she gave a names of American composers and Rotherham Mr D. E. Bashor I Mrs. Collier Mrs. Hindman and! Marlon Ncbb associate I

Joel'fft.UB. short talk on the painter of each I 1 artists. i I Mrs. Frank Hausmnn Mrs. J. D. I Mrs. Harris. grand matron of the grand chap-
picture before the picture was Announcement was made that at Perkins Mrs. E. H. Collier Mrs. Mrs. Frank Hausman and E. B. ter of the O. E. S. of Florida, will
shown. I I the next meeting Nov. 18. at the I 1M. F. White Mrs. Lawrence Blackburn were the winners In the 'be honored at a meeting of Ad
"Hope" by George Frederick home of Mrs. Julian' H. Websterthe Becker Mrs. Hlndman Mrs. Harris evening group that met Oct. 10 at |Astra Chapter this evening in theI.
t Watts was portrayed by Vara Coral Gables Music Club will Mrs. Carl Wagner Miss the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M.I I, O. O. F. hall. The grand Instructress -
Rheney while Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg I present a program. Mrs. Web I II I Bertha Nil Hausman Miss Eleanor Hindmnn with him Hindmnn i and grand representatives
ar.I and Mrs. Lloyd Deitz ster, Mn Brandenburg and Mrs. Kendrick Miss Mosely Sever Mr. Mrs. H. O. Thurman as worthy matrons and worthy patrons -
In sang "Whispering Hope" to piano I Mills will be hostesses! Webb and Mr. Lamb. Others playing were: hmtesses.I of the district also will be
willak. accompaniment played by Mrs. J'I Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Rheneywere Those playing at Individual Mrs. Frank Webb Mr. and Mrs. honored.
D. Redd. assisted In serving refreshments tables were: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Geo. N. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nebb is a daughter of N. T
and 'Bubble Blowers" by Chardin by Ann and Vary Rheney.I Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Lee H. T. J. Blfter, Mr. end Mn. R. J. McCourtney who formerly lived In
was portrayed by Geo. N. Wake- Present were: Mrs. S. L. West Lehman Mrs. and Mrs. Jos.. T. Hester Mr. andIrs.. Howard I Homestead.
Ed- field and Virginia Le Hall. Mrs. Mrs. T. J. Faust Mrs. E. II. Col-, Hall, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds, i -
M. Wm. Musselwhite sang "I'm For- lier Mrs. I. P. McLean Mrs. C. Lynch Dr. and Mn. R. J. Elliott, :, Mr. and Mn. Lee H. Lehman Mr. MRS. E. H. COLLIER TO TAKE
Irs.Ion. ever Blowing Bubbles." Hagler Rice Mn. J. R. Rutland Mrs. Chns. Clinton J. W. and Mrs. Geo." M. Frlck, Dr. and j PART IN MIAMI: MEETING
"Madam Lebrun and Daugh- Mrs. R. E. Edwards, Mrs. J. Tom Miller Mrs. Alma Dole, Mrs. I Mrs. R. J. Elliott, Mn. W. R. Bird!I Mrs. E. II. Collier vicepresidentof
Irs.Irs.. iter" was posed by Mn. Claude Vann, Mrs. Frank Hausmun Mrs. Vera Summerlin Mrs. E. Brown Mrs. Blackburn Mr. Hindman and the Woman's Missionary Union
Campbell and Anne Rheney while Whitney Beam Mrs. A. M. Logan Phillips Mrs. Ida Eichenberger, Dr. Hausmnn. 1 I I. of the Miami Association and
\n. Mrs. Musselwhite sang "Songs My Mrs. A. W. Hutchinson Mn. W. I I' other local members plan to attend -
Mother Taught Me." M. Fifield Mrs Geo. M. Frick FRIENDS HONOR MRS. LYDIA CAPLINGER 1 I the annual meeting of the
Miss Jamie Richards posed for Mrs. Carl F. Robinson Mrs. Vane l I association in Riverside Baptist
the painting "Pinkie" by Sir Harris Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. ON NINETIETH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY i I! Church Tuesday. Officers will be

Thomas Lawrence while she sang Lehman Mrs Redd Mrs. Watkins I elected In the morning and installed -
Fen "Oh. So Pure Oh So Fair." Mrs. Campbell Mrs. Mills, Mrs. I Mrs. Lydia Cuplinger was sur-I R. Byrum Mr. and Mrs. R. E Edwards in the afternoon Mrs.
In While Mrs. W. E. Watkins and Webster, Mrs. Deitz, Mrs. Steffani I. ,prised on her ninetieth Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Snyder i Collier will take purl in the mornIng -
theIn' Edmond posed Mrs. Hood Mrs. Foulk Mrs. Mus- anniversary Friday evening ;
baby son Wayne Mr. and Mn. A. D. Smith Mr. and program.
for the painting, "Sistine Madon- selwhite. Mrs. Brandenburg. Mrs. group of friends who assembled I I Mrs. W. McConnell, !Mr. and I -
In na" by Raphael Mrs. H. K. Foulk Gray Mrs. Wagner Mrs. Gallaher Nill at her home on N. W. Second Mrs. J. R. Pope Mr. and Mrs. 'SIR. AND MRS. I. P. McLE.\\
12 sang Schubert's "Ave Maria." I Mn. Gatlln Miss Bertha avenue. I Frank Mcllwain Mr. and Mrs. T. 'OBSERVE ANNIVERSARYMr.

Mrs. H. K. Foulk program Hausman Miss Richards Vara I Cake and punch were served by I C. Shackleford, Mr. and Mrs. | and Mrs I. P McLean en-
I and Anne Rheney and the hostesses -
chairman presented Mrs. Lonnie the turprisers. i Harry E. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. E. I jtertained at dinner on Oct 10 In
L. Hood who gave a short talk on Among those who attended : H. Collier: Mr. and Mrs. Russell
-iiI were: the Rev. and Mrs. ft. H. Home Mr and Mrs S. H. Fitch. -:: ; 4

:he HALLOWEEN BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVENIN Spear Mr. and Mrs. David Frederick Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Caves Mrs. I :
I KENNEDY Mrs. Cleo Lee, Mrs. Dorothy' Julia Polk Mrs. Fred Redd, Mrs.T. Mrs. J. D. Redd Mrs. Burton of
::10 FLORIDA CITY FOR MRS. j I Tomerlin Mrs. James Alvls Mrs. II T. Bowen Mrs. G. A. West, Miami, her son Ross Burton and
-- Ulric Free and daughter MarthaI j Mr. and Mrs.
-- Mrs. S. L. West, Mrs. Vera Bum- McLean.
Mrs. Charles Clinton and Mrs.i J. M. DoMrfft, Mrs. Lloyd Dertt,I Rose Miss Josephine Pratt, Miss' merlin Mrs W. D. Horn Mrs.'
W. Halloween], Miss Melba Sever and Miss Roslyn I Ruth Frederick, Miss Marie Bor- H. J. Davis, Mrs T. E. Kirby, Mrs. I Mn. Chas. Camp of RedJand
E. Myers gave a
party Monday at Mrs. Clinton's Becker. gardt, Miss Peggy "'Alvin Carl ,' Chas. T. Harper, Mn.: A. E. Paul::1 and Mn. B. P. Harding who is
Sending gifts-were: Mrs W. W. Frederick Donald McKay and Ray Mrs. J. R. Dorsey. Mrs. S. A. King I visiting in Redland attended
home in Florida City as a birthday a
1 1I surprise for her mother Mrs. Mar- Severy Mn. Cina Stewart, Mrs. Hance Lee. Mrs. J. Lee Smith, Mrs. I. Tom' family dinner givent the home
Anna Messvrsmith, Mrs. L. E. Mrs. Caplinger came to Home-j Vann Mrs. Frank Irwin. Mrs., of their trother-in-law and sister,
Caret Kennedy.
.. The rooms were gay with Hal- Forsythe Mrs. Reynolds Shores I stead trains in that 1M6 came on to one H of Bert Andrews, Mn. Floy Wit***.; Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Minott, In
loween decorations. Mrs. Tom Cohernour Mrs. Edward Miss Elizabeth Horne, Misses Coral Gables Sunday eveaiag
Stiling Mn. G. Angelinl Mrs. that time there were only a few I' Alta and Ellen Vann Miss Eleanor Covers were laid for fifteen rela-
The at the
guests were greeted Mattie Becker and Miss IsabelBecker. houses a hotel and a post office Sullivan, Miss Dora Scott, MM I 4ivw who are from Miami, Miami
door by a ghost and ghostly entertainment -
In the town. She came to Florida
Jewel Hodge Miss Julia Frances
I Springs New York and points in
was provided. An with her husband from Greenville Sullivan Miss Ann Shackleford Texas.
observation contest was won by COVERED DISH SUPPERIS Miss and spent a month In Coco- i I Miss Melba VanWinkle Miss

\Miller.: R. W. Mullins and Mrs. J. W.I I2rs. GIVEN IN REDLAND nut Grove before coming here I Mabel Ruth Pope Miss. Doraejr,' --"............"............".....-...
i Mrs. Oeo. W. Turner Jr., and HOLD Dr. J. E. JohiKtone J. Q. Caldwell -
The Halloween motif was car Mrs. Carrie McCullough were J. Lawrence Scott, B. B.,
tied out in decorations. Birthday I I hostesses at a covered dish supper I TRAINING SCHOOL! Pullen, C. M. Allen, B. W. MOITI'I
cake served with Sunday school training union I
was punch. given for the Redland Community, Myron Grumefl, Leon D ne. 8".1
Present also far Baptist teachers and officers .
were: Mrs. R. E. e.
at the .
Church Wednesday evening Newton and Joe
Scott, Mrs. Clyde Schroeder Mrs.I will be held the week of Nov. 10. vey Byrum.PRESBYTERIAN vA
home of Mr. and Mrs Frank W. I
Jack Freeman Mrs. Lawrence Stilrman. j officers and teachers decided at a !
covered dish supper Monday evening -
Seeker Mrs. W. C. Palmer. Mrs. ,
Present were: the Rev. and Mrs. I
W. F. A. In the Sunday school build I II
Robertson, Mrs John
Geo. E. Devel, Mr. and Mn. A. E.
Carl F. Robinson conductedthe
Rohrer. Mrs. I ing. Three officers from the Mate|
Roy Chandler Mrs.
Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Armstrong
V. D. headquarters In Jacksonville will Bible study course of theWoman's N
Wells Mrs. Ben Young. Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Moore
i ,
f Homestead
H. M. conduct the school. I Auxiliary
Degler, Mrs. H. M. Brown
and daughter Jane. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Selma Reitz Mrs. O. Cloninfer I I Miss Virginia Dorsey played Presbyterian Church at a meeting e
Stillman. Mrs. Bertha Petz, Mrs.
1 several accordion numbers. I held Oct. 10 at the home of Mrs
H. Edwards Albert Mrs.Hinman M. A. I R. G. Newcomb Mrs. Thos.' Present were: Mr. and Mrs J I'[Paul Haley In Florida City Mrs
Baker Mrs
Brewer Mrs. M. A. ,
Mrs. J. Simmons Mrs. Mn.8'j 8'j I B. A. Waldin Mrs Cina Stewart, -
Cullough Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Anna Messersmith Mrs. Geo.

I B. Thompson Mrs. J. H. I W. Turner ST., Mrs. J. T. Kelly, ..
f Mrs. Efflyn Carroll Mrs. A. M.iTtchard i Mrs. Turner, Mn. McCullough STATEDrivers'
Mrs. Clyde Nelll and Miss Estelle Turner, the Rev W.
; t daughter Virginia Mrs. Lester ;E. Rowell, Thomas Quillinm. L G.

-I Walku Mrs. Roy Neill. Mrs. E Ruggtes, Mr. Petz, and Margaretand Licenses
Bishop Mrs Alma Doxsee. Mrs. '
Betty Stillman. I

() for 1910 have expired I daily

t I restores thousands of

Avoid unnecessary embarrassment, inr jvenicncc tick and ailing people to

health. Many had! tried
PflffLEHBrand and for 19ll
expense; apply now
even-thing else in vain.

ATJUSTICE Don t say you can't get

rid of your trouble, organic ,

I or otherwise, until ,

PEACE you have given Chiropractic .

a chance.Consultation .

nvocados and Limes without

OFFICE '. oblieation.

Revs: '.U: 1-1; (-1Bsutaars

1 AMERICA'S FINEST Odd Fellow .Bid?. Homestead, Fla. bf AapdnasMi

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3 41- her father until Christmas boards will assign number to I f -

CAUSEWAYContinued 1 Other survivors ire: two daughters I those registered A drawing or II! '

I Mrs. B. F. Stebbins and Mr. lottery will be held in Washingtonon CLASSIFIED

Fred S. Loomis of Miami: a sister. Nov 18 and the numbers I

( front: Page One) Sirs Della Hawley of Petoskey drawn will determine which men
II HATE: First Insertion 10* a line; subsequent insertion I
be called In the first draft.
park) bond proposition or not. Thli Mich? a half brother, Clarence are to

was upheld by Judge Worth Tram. Cole of New berry, Mich; It< After numbers have been assigned 5* a line
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mell In a circuit court suit over' grandchildren and eight great the local board will mail a

validation of the bonds, but hit: I grandchildren questionnaire to each local registrant FOR H. A. Cameron Homestead,

decision was overruled In this: Pall bearers at the funeral wen The questionnaire will RENT I' Phone 72. (s27tf)
week's decision of the supreme i six grandsons: Dr. Thomas Steb. contain a printed list of questions
RENT 8 furnished
court. I bins Dr. Lawrence Stebbins which the registrant must answer < room OIL AND BOTTLE GAS stoves

The endorsements of the southern I George Stebbins Freeman Steb. and the answers will be used by house summer$35 InqufeV forj, tklnter Dr.; $25 M for A. from $1 up. Virgil Lyon.

Miami causeway by the local bins and Tom and James Loomis, the local board in determining if I (a27tfl)
berger. (poI8.25)F'OR )
shall be called for
all of Miami. the registrant
Club and city were
Rotary presented at a hearing before war I.1 At the services Stanley Wittkop I military training and service !i iDillS. RENT-Clean. all electric RARE TROPICAL PLANTS for
tale cheap. Mrs. H. H. Ewlns
I "The Old Rugged Cross" and
department engineers in Miam sang I furnished apartment Mrs Eva

last week when the county re- ;I "In the Garden' Mr. Blackford .CoJJirn, Federal Highway Bisflryne 15 N. E. 8th .t. Homestead.
quest to build the causeway over read a favorite poem of Mri. BIRD I Drive at Modcllo.
I t I II
Evans" "Crowing the Bar"Mr Wolf)
the bay met with no opposition. WANTED:
1. I I and Mrs. W. H. Sykes Jr.

I are taking over operation of the (Continued from fate One) !i FOR RENT-Fuinlshed and unfurnished TUTORING WANTED high

MRS. EVANSContinued :I Evans House where Mr. Evans said and although she had high I homes and apartments school and grade school subject

I will continue to make his home. blood pressure she had not here Year 'round tenants I Mn H. J. Armstrong; A. B, .

tofore suffered seriously from anycirculatory Benjamin. Morris "
I preferred. Plummer drive and Country \

( from Page One) ailment She was I registered real estate broker I Club road.

came the Homestead Hotel and I DRAFTContinued taken ill on Friday Oct. 4. and N Krome Ave. next to Baptist

bore that name until about eight her condition became critical o\'er'' Church. (s20tf) FOR SALE Troprcal plants, eli.I .

I II the last week-end according to I rus trees and tropicat fruit In
ago. I ----
years telegrams received! from Mrs. Dval, RENT YOUR HOUSE OR APART
the hotel Mr. and ( from One) season Jungle Grove, RcdUnd
After selling I Page I II who stayed at Mrs. Buds bedside r.IENT-furnilhed or unfumuh- I
road and Plummet drive.
Mrs Evans opened the boardinghouse between the hours of 1 'and 3pm. I ed. I hate year 'round clients
they operated until she teat I I that Baker Hindman supervising Mrs Bird. whose home was .
Jacksonville where she was born' Benjamin. Morris I't'Q..tel'edreal CLEAN: RAGS WANTED W1L
taken ill four months ago. Her principal of the Homestead and I tiokor W Kroru .
estate .
'I and reared and where she reared exchange subscription or ..dv.I :-
cooking and the lavish table .he' Florida City schools and chief registrar -
a\e, next to Baptist Church tising for clean l'Uil. LeadcrEnterpriBe -
had spendingeach
her family, I
set made the establishment popular for his jurisdiction mobilized I (s20tf)
I .
with both home folk and visitors all his men teachers and with i winter and part of each summer I

It is said that in all the T. E. Kirby and the Rev. R. F in Homestead for the past 171
years, and was well known and I FOR SALEFOR LEGAL NOTICE
years she conducted an eatlni I Blackford volunteer additions !

place. no person however undeserving reinforced the existing staff of the esteemed heie In addition to her : MOTH h nl"" AI'I'11t ATION VIM"
who asked for food but colored section and cleared up t three sons who play a prominentpart SALE-Screl'na. screen TAX DEED
in the business and civic life good lumber. Mis Ea Collins Chapter I74V7-Act. .f lull-File A.4JT4
did not have the price of a meal jam that was threatening to delay
drive and Federal Hwy. NUTKk: IH HrRrHY: GIVEN that
three I
she leaves Biscayne
was turned away hungry. registration there hopelessly} I of Homestead Flile': Hanson holder if Slate and Count
I other sons Chas. L. and W. C. Bird (olSIf)) Tax Certificate Nu 11455 Issued the lit
Mrs Evans' kind and motherly Teachers in the group were R. J..
Bird of i day .f AiutiKt A 1>. 1027. has filed Mm
nature resulted in her being called I Hester C. H Rice, George N of Jacksonville and John FOR SALE OR RENT-Rentuu- In my .ffI.... and hue made application for
New Berlin (near Jacksonville). a UK deed. t? he liiiinl Inn-run Said Car
"Mother Evons" by those whc I Wakefield Theo J. Rioter and rant building at Florida City on tlflcate embrace the following deKribrdpmiHrty .
She is survived also by a sister I
knew and loved her. Had she Bernard Blackburn. I Key West highway. Offer wanted In 'the County of tlaje. Slate of l

lived until next Christmas day. I The only trouble in registeringwas Miss Barbara Edward Lawless and James and Lawless two i Write J. Kuppcitz 4226 Florida Lot It. tnwltt Blk I.I And Plat Plnchitrat Adiln

she and Mr. Evans would have experienced' at the colored I brothers N 11th St. St. Louis Mo. to H..me.uad. Plat II'".k 11. I.... II, In
married 63 all of New Berlin and another I ol8-nl ) the County of Dade State of c'loncli.
been yearsTwo of the
schools where good
a many brother in Philadelphia. Th. aiaeainient of .Id property u....,
of the five Evans children registrants had difficulty in giving ', tho Bald certificate use In the name of
Homestead daughter There are five grandchildren the TISKE MANOR HOUSE for sale James HarllmanUnlna .
died In : a
their and dates of birth.
I ages \ latent of whom was born recentlyto I' 500 See and make offer. .aid certificate, hall be redeemed
Evans Duval. died here $1. me
Mrs. Ray They knew their approximate age B. Bird according ti. law, the property deirrlbrd. .
many years ago and Earl Evansa I but few of them could be exact I Mr. and Mrs Preston H A Cameron, Homestead therein will be sold to the highest bidder kl'
of Homestead and one great grandchild Phone 72. s27tf) the Court horse. door on the lint Monday
; son died at the home of his parents One fellow said he was 26 years In the month if December. Ifucl. which l>

four years ago. Another old so the of his birth must the and day of "-ml.... ItHll
Mrs F. E. Joy came year .I Her husband who was Preston I FOR SALE 99 acres on Palm Dated thla 1Mb day of. Oct?her. ID40F .
daughter be 1926. Registration clerks helped .
H IFAlHtRMANClerk : .
B. Bird Sr. died in 1923. west of Florida City has
Washington D avenue .
from her home in I with suggestions as to birth I I if Circuit Court
to be with her Mrs Bird was a member of the almost a half-mile of oiled road Made County. rlorlila,
'Coo i ten ago dates and the suggestions were
Circuit Court ara1By I
Church and the Daughters Electric line close by.
mother when her illness became I eagerly accepted except when the Episcopal frontage I N C "TFIIRIoTT. D. O. I

-critical. and she will remain with number 13 was Involved. of the American Revolution. I This li i give-away at 1250. /ion 1P. a N"\. I. a. 10401
I Her body will be taken to Jacksonville Must be all cash H A. Cameron
LEGAL NOTICES The Redland District li m Registration for burial in the family Homestead, Phone 72. TAX lirFII"

District No 7, which extends plot of that city'Woodlawn I (s27tf) I Chanter IT41T-Aria of IHSII-File A.4JTINOIICF
/ IS HrRIIIY: l.lVcN that
OF APPliCATION FOR t from Douglas road on the
Cemetery Jnmea H I.ewli holder if lI.k. Iliulixr
TAX DEED Acla: of 1(31 'east boundary of Coral Cables, to I FOR SALE Mans bicycle. $10.00. Tan Crrtiri.ate N.i. 7.holed l the nth dayif
M Chaptrr File No A.4243 that t. n the western boundary of Dade Sister of .1..14 Xorw ood Tom Collins Modcllo Fla. I ,my Atwint,,ffl:e, and A. P'.I IP25.made ha atpileation filed lame for I In a
NOTICE IS HEREBY and from the Tamiami (o4tf) .
Tn.Certificates County It.. deed ill he fooled thr.n. Said Ler
8tanl. holder of State and only i Dies at Edmeston N. V ; tlflcale imltac.i the following nVecribHpr
Hi 705. 706. 719 and 720. i" Trail on the north to the Monroe .
house, 12 ''ivrly In the County. "r I>a SALE Two-story
lurd the 6th day of June. A. D 1\12'. I h. I County line on the south. The' FOR I'Florida. I ..win i

filed same In my office deed to and he ha l...made..it II"application revon : loci board for this district is com- : Word has been received here of rooms, all ceiled inside toilet;; Lot I. Illa.k I I. (aillllin Court. riot
Said Certificate a tai embrace the f.II<,,,lndescribed posed of Wm J Gcronlmo of Florida the death Friday of Mn F L needs some repairs. It is an excellent Houk II of. rlnrlda lime IIn the County if Dad.SUte .'.

property In the County if Dade. City, chairman; H. Reed De- Robinson of EdmesUm, N: Y. a I purchase at $1350 cash The aeiciHinint of iaid property under
State of Florida. to-wlt of Red- be made and the said certificate ..a. In ,the nanu ,,,I
Miami sister of J. A Norwood No terms can
Lot 1 to 28. Block 1*. North J-trnette of Coral Gables and Mayor I I Unknown.
Highlands. a Subdn Plat Hook 2&. Pane 7,.. IT. J. Harris of Homestead The land, Mrs Robinson has spent $1.350 is rock-bottom price. If Unless Bill certificate hall be mln-ni

In the County of Certificate Dade State No.of 701 florid Th. local appeal agent in Frank Bryant the last four winters in Redland put in condition the two apartments according. ti> law. the properly dncribnlthin '
aa embraced In .In will IH sold t. the hiiiliral. li.llir at l
aMe.ment of .aid property under the said of Coral Cables. Mr Bryant, an with Mr. Norwood and with another i should rent for $360 per Ih. Court hale,' .1..r "n the tint Mandy

Certificate Issued was In the name olUnknown will represent both the brother H. J Norwood In )'ear. It is a 20T, investment the m"..1 h .f llcimrwr. IU4U vhlih .n
attorney I th. 2nd ,Inr. "f D,", emlirr. I IIMii
Lola 1 to 21. Block 17 North MI.ml' registrants and the federal government Coconut Grove. She is survivedalso I Dated thin irth .I.v ?f II,t.her. 1040H .
Hlirhlanda. a Bubdn Plat Book 21 Pane ,. ba sister Mrs. S. M Sullivan LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE E IrAIHIHMANI .
In the County of Dade. State of Florida M I Icrk "f inult Court
embraced In Certificate No 70S The a.allotment .. Within a few days the local of Edmeston. OP APPLICATION FOR I Hade. (ninny' tl"rlda
of said property under the sold i TAX DEED: ,Circuit (oirt a l
Certificate Issued was In the name ol NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 1 NOTICE OF APPMCATION FOR Tiapler 17(57-Actl at IOI -FII. A.C3IMM fly N (' STUtRETT D. f
Unknown TAX DrFD TAX DEED: I Notice I. hereby glen that E. A G.u., ,Oct II 21: N"v 1. 01. 114111
Lola 1 to 14 Block !4 North Miami Chapter 17417-Acli at IMV-File A.4iM hauler 174(7-Art* of l it-File A.4240 holder of guile and ( "inly Ten Certificate
Highlands. a Bubdn. Plat Book 2&. Face 7,. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that T. N. I NOTICE 18 HEREBY: GIVEN that Irby No. 5021easel/ the Hill day of IS THE': tell MV Jl llfKK COIIIT IN
In the County of Dade. Slat of Florida.. Toms. holder of State and County Tax Helms. holder of Hue and County Tool June. A. D US. hH filed tame In my AND l FOR DADE (1)1 Ml, IIUK1DAIN .
u embraced In Certificate No 719 Th. Certificate No' 121 and 122 issued the Ith I Certificates No 91 It, luurd the office. and has made applUatlon (or tat PHOH A TF. >.. 1ISII.
assessment of mid property under the aid day of July. A. D. 11117 haa filed same In II h day ot June, A.8D..r't be. filed mine deed to be Issued thereon laid' Certificate ,1. Re I rWTAlF. ': (IK"
Certificate kujued woo In the name of my office. and has made application for a In my office end hH made application for I'embraces the following described propertyIn CHARLES: HII. Its Tleceaaed.MTIR
Unknown tax dent to bo Issued thereon Said, Ortiflcatee a tax deed tr be tuned. thereon Said Or.llflratee the County ol bade. State of Florid.. TO ( KlDITOKg: '
Lou 1 to 14 Block tl North Niaml embrace the following described imbrue the following described To All ( radian and All leraoni Having
Highlands. a Bubdn. Plat Book !>. Pan. 7. property. In the County of Dade State of .property In the County of Dade State of "Vein/ .1 Ih. N. B Cor. of WH of w I j Claim or Demand Against Raid Estate
In the County of Dade, Stale of Florida. aiembraced Florida. to-wlt of 8W'. of 8CS, Ui W'If 100 ft.. Sic 1 100 You. and inch of you are hereby soil l
In Certificate No 710. Th..o. Tract 4. leas E. II ft. In Section IS FlL''I:: RII'k:; 17 Fulford HI.hl.nd..1 ft.. Ely 100 ft-. N'I, 100 ft to rt of fled and required' to prevent any detain.
ornament of aald property' under the mid Township M South Rnnn 40 Fart. In the Second Addn, a Bub. Plat Hook *. Page Rcaln. In Election I. Township tl Mouth and demand which you "r either. of you.
Certificate bailed woo In the name of County of 1'1..... Slate i.f Florida. aa embraced 101 In the County of Bade. State of Floe Ranee S. East II the County of Hade, may have ...In.1 the ".... <.f Charles T
Unknown In Certificate No 121. The aaelement !d>, u embraced In Certificate No tin State' of Florida. Fucha. Sr. deceawd late of Dade County.
Union mid Certificate. shall be redeemedacoordinv of Bald property under the said The feMMnment of Mid property under the !, The assessment of Mid property' under Florida to the Iron W. F. HlanUin Coon
I to law the property ......r.1NdtII..n ,, Certificate bailed was In the name of mid Certificate issued WH In the nine of the laid certificate: was In the name ofi ty Judie of Dade County. and file the aame
will. be Bold to the highest bidder Anna Zlema Unknown T. J. Miller, et tlUnleae .1.I In hla office In the County Courthouse In
al the Court houae door .. the tint Mon.. Tract 29. Bubdn of Section 29. Townihip Lot Id Block 17, Fulford Huhlindi Hid .."III...* shall bo redeemed Dade County. Florida. within clubs! ealendar
day In the month of November. 1MO, which 61 South. Range 40 East Flat Book Second Addn.. a Bub. Plat Rook S. P...I I according to I... the property described month from the date of the tint publication .
I la the 4th day of November 1140 more or I.... In the County of Dade lute 101. In the County of Dede State of Floe therein will be told to the highest bidder. hereof Bald claim or demand
. .Dated this let day of October 1140K. of Florida aa embraced In Certificate No da, aa embraced In Certificate No 111 .. the Court below door on the tint Hon.diy to contain the legal address of the claimant '
j B. LEATHKltIUN. 122. The .._.m.nl of mid property under The assessment of said property under themid I In the month of November. 1040 which and to be sworn to and presented ..
Clerk of Circuit Court. the sad, Certificate lamed wait In the same Certificate bawd .... In the name of la the 4th day of November 1940.E. aforeaaid or same will be barred B..
I Dad. County. Florida. of William E. Bil.hy Unknown, I I B. LEATHERMAN. Section 120 of the 1SSI Probate Act.
Circuit Court teal) Unless Mid Certificate. shall be redeemed Unless laid Certlflratee hall be redeemed!i Dated this <4th day of September 1(40 Data September 24th A. D 1940.
Sc N. C. BTFRRKTT.D. C. according to law tho property described I leeordinff to law. the property described I Clerk of Circuit Court. FRED J. .UClIlI.A. .
Oct. 4. II. 18. 86. 18' .t the Court home door on the tint Mon. it the Court home door on the tint Mon. I IClrouft( Court ll.oll I Charles T. Fucha. Sr Deceased
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR .lay In the month of November. 1040. which t"Uy In the month of November 1040 which (Sept. 17. Oct 4. II. II. 1010)By ) Flat publication on Sept 27, 1140Sept. .
TAX DEED la the 4th day of November. 1910. Ia the 4th day of November. 1040. I N. C STEHRtTT D C. ( S7I Oct. 4. 11. IS. 1500)tr9190GrJS.'r3
Chapter 1TIST-Acte .. IMS-File A4261NOTICE Dated this lit day of October. 1940. Dated this let day of October 1040
Tome holder of State and County Tax Certificate re099Gr1.?'i9'i'9ZriQfiL/iL' iSSr
Clerk of Circuit Court, Clerk of Circuit Court
N... 100 Issued the led day of An- Dado County. Florid.. I Dade County, Florida. I
rat A. D. ItSI, has filed aanej In my ..r.fl. (Circuit Court Seal) ([Circuit Court Seal) The World's1 News Seen Through
.., and boo made application for a In liy N. BTFRRFTT. D. COct. "By N. C iTERRFTT D. C. :I
deed to be honest thereon Bald Certificate ( 4, 11. II, 15 10401 (Oct. 4. 11, IS IS 11401 THE GIRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
embraces the following/ described prop I IId.

erty.. to-wltl In the County of Dade, State, of Flan t An International Duly Kemptf" ,

Tract II. Sub. of Section IS Township FOR QUICK WRECKER SERVICE Is Truthful-Conilructiva-Unbiaied-Freo from SenialionaU
II South Ran. 40 fU& Plat Book I. lam Ediloriala Are Timely and Instructive and Its Doily f
Pan 17, Sheet S. containing 10 Aerea more
ee 1.... In the County of Dade State of AND EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS Ftaturw. Together with the Warily Magazine Section, Male
the Monitor Ideal Newspaper for the Horns
\ Florida.The assessment of Mid property under1he ...y-.........an..-....-..........-.-.,.....-.. ...-.--
Mid certificate win In the cam of, PHONE 561.RSAM'S Th Chrlilian Science Publishing Society

j C. H. Gimpy Eat 0..., Norway Street, Boston, Muuchuattts
Union Mid certificate shall be redeemedaocordlne .
1 to law. the property deaerlbed Price f 12.00 Yearly, ot H.CO f Month.
therein will be said to the Klxheet bidder G7SR7IGE Saturday Issue, including Magailna Section f 2 60 1 YaoA
at the Court bow door on the first all Introductory Offer, ( Issues It Centa.
\ ar In the month of November. 1140, which
Ik the sib day of November. 1140. N
!. Dated this l>t day of OrtnHrr 140.E. SAM ALEXANDER, Prop

H LEATHFRMVN, Add....____--_ ..._._____________u_______ l
Old Dixie IIIhwiyFIRG
Clerk' of Circuit (".4, Avocado, Drive and

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Woman' Society of Christian "Clow to Thee. Mrs. 3 J Richards .
Service of the Homestead conducted a short Bible study
Methodist Church will prepare and period. .
serve a congregational for It t
supper Others present were: Mrs. J.
members of St. John's Episcopal D. Redd, Mrs J. P. Anderson, Mrs. .
Church on Nov. 22, the Methodist Vlvan Booth, Mrs. H. L. Brown, LIDO CLUBSpaghetti ICha.
circles decided st their regular Mrs L P. McLean and Mrs E. S.! 15c
meetings Tuesday The request Cap er. [ Dinner S'f.'k,.
was made by the Rev Randolph
Mrs. E. E Atkinson conductedthe
Blackford, rector of St. John's
Bible study course at the Pearl 11
Church. Davis! Circle meeting at the homeof .. & Sanborn Whole Grain Bulk l'
Mrs B. M. Hindman, president, Mn Dexter Smith.

to visited each the that circlet the and kitchen announced In the:'I Others present wereMrs.. Geo. Coftex R IC E BROWN SUGAR

recreational building will be completed Ramon, Mrs. C. D. Eaker, Mrs J

built Cabinet, a within sink and has shelves the been next have week.been II I A.Mrs.liams Daugherty...Mrs.. S. Moye Selma Mrs.Mrs.ReiU H M Dan and Brown Wil-Miss, Lb19c jJb ._ 7C I lbs. . .25c I

and the room has been Helen LKIngston I"
I lax NEW "Aar/ unirtmto VOTIMC CONTEST
The Marian FleiUx Installed'j I Bulk
hold a rummage sale on JUNIOR CItB TO HOLD RINSOLAM
the group decided DINNER MEETING MONDAYA ; .
home of Mrs C. Hailer Rice. I dinner meeting of the Junior I Meal Grits41bs..llc p w aceuua
Mrs. Lewis Brandenburg song,I Woman Club of Homestead will,I or '' I 21c 9c
I be held Monday evening at 8
PRESBYTERIAN LEAGUE I o'clock at FolI lrd's restaurant i iI COME IN fOR YOU ENTRY BALLOT }
Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank'
Bernecker, Mrs T J. Walker and
the The Homestead Young, People's_Presbyterian League of I I! Mr*. Wilbur Reed I, MILK 3 tall cans 21c

Church held a party Tuesday evening (!
on the lawn of the church.(NAZARENE SOCIETY Sunbrite
Donald Crosse directed games during -I ELECTS OFFICERS Dried
the Mrs. N. L. Chamber was elected 10c'
evening Cake and punch CLEANSER 3 cans
were served.Present r president of the Woman' Foreign -I ,

were: Mrs J. W. Irwin, Missionary Society of the I [G. N. Beans \,
:Mrs Lawrence Pope, advisors, th* Church of the Nazarene of Homestead Crushed or Sliced NO. 2 CAN .
Rev. Ceo H. Ricks, Helen and at a meeting In the church
Susan Pope, Dorothy Behreni,,Friday. I
Wanda ,I Other officers elected were:I Pineapple 12J/2C
Sickle Ann Hickson, Doro- \31bs: 17c
: .
thy Evans, Ha Jean Irwin, Carol Mn Cleo Lee, first vice-president: .
Lee, Avis Bitting, Irene Jackson,,Mrs. Louise Chambers, second .
John and Buddy Kuhn, Charles vice-president; Mrs. George Win- Dillon'---
Behren, Joe, Blair and Richard gate, secretary; Miss Josephine /
Pratt treasurer: Mr*. Lydia Cap- i Ilh.larsi
Hickfon Bond Bitting Vernon'
Jackson, Tom Hodges and Donald linger general supervisor: Mr. R. 3 1 PEANUT BUTTER 2 for; !
Cross ,R Spear, superintendent of study ,
__ I and publicity; Mrs Ulrlc Free,
TITHING IS THEME medical secretary; Mrs. David J : cans
OF W. M. II PBOGBVMA I,I Frederick, prayer and fasting sec io ft A Great Value No. 2'/i cans
program on God s Plan of j,retary: Mr. Betty Craft, standard I,
Stewardship" was presented by 'secretary; Mrs Elizabeth Brooks, ,., !l.,.,
Circle Four of the Woman's Missionary 'I'I Indian head secretary: ; Mrs Viola I t 23c Peaches 2b 25cl'TOn1aIOES
Union, of the Ftrt Baptist King, box secretary; Mr. Louise '
Church oX Homestead at a generalmeeting I Chambers, native worker secretary :
of the society held In the I I ; Mrs Clara Tucker. life membership ,I '
Sunday school building Wednesday I secretary; and Mrs Frederick -
afternoon other sheep secretary : o. Brand lie :
Mrs. L. A. Wise spoke on "The MIN Elsie Hanson Mrs H. Bor-11- 2 cans 2 cans
Unchanging Tithe"; Mrs J. Lawrence gardt and Mrs Jane Hamker were
Scott on "The Motive of the placed on the membership committee Green Top COUNTRYRoll
Tithe"; Mrs. W. B. Myrick, on 1
Butter 33cj
"The Method of the Tithe", and BEETSBunch : .
Mrs. T. E. Kirby, on 'Larger WOODVT4VS: : CIRCLE
Stewardship. Mrs W. T. McConnell HOLDS :MEETING FRESH ?

presented the program numbers Mr*. John Curl i y o
advisor of Royal was made Poinciana substitute _ 10c Pork Hams ;bhole 22i I

Mrs. Vera Summerlin sang 'Is Grove, W. O. W., Circle jt .4 ,
Your Life a Channel of Blessing*" .
held Oct. SMOKED
meeting 10 at the home' Golden Ripe
md the group Rang "When Baptists of Mrs W. D. Coker. Mrs C B
All Learn How to Tithe" to Walters, advisor, is unable to it- BANANASI3lbs : Boston Butts lbe 23c )
the tune of "When Jesus Came tend the meetings because of 11- I .
Into My Heart" ness. Mrs. Curl and !Mrs R. L I
Circle Five will have charge of I Godwin were hostesses. _ 14c I 1101'I (
the program on Nov. 20. '
Present besides those mentionedwere I SMOKED SAUSAGE 2 in 25c
Vara York
: Mrs Frank Irwin, Mrs. G. Rheney, Clones Dod on, n
A. West, Mrs. J. C. Vann, Mrs Ruth Rutland, Jean Anderson,i I
Gerda Frcad Mrs W. D. Home, Marion Anderson and Noel Stef-' 2 ApplesL51bs. SELECTED
Mrs. Julia Polk. Mrs W. B. Cave, fani.
Mrs. Pete Morgan, Mrs J. Lee I Those attending the meeting sto I Large Franks lb. :lScI
Smith Mrs. A. D. Smith Mrs.Annie the Redland school were: Virginia I I
R. Butler Mrs Homer Yelvmgton, George Johns, 17c
Davit. Mrs. S H. Fitch. Mrs J H. Alice Ross, Lenora Williams, Kathleen I I Dexter
Scott, Mrs. J. II Newton, Mrs S. Jackson, Rose Marie Graf, Persian Sliced B. Bacon Ib. 25u
L. West. Mrs. Ch.is Martin, Mrs. Audrey Grate, Nataten Di Natale I 9 LARGE LIMES I
Bert Andrews, Mrs. S A. King, Melba Collin, Louise Rosa, Kathleen -
Mrs. R. E.: Edwards, Mrs. E. L. I Campbell, Lucille Jenkins,[f. 1 FRESH SHIPMENTOysters:
Lawrence, Mr. Harry Schau- Margaret SUllman. Bertha Maylj I 2 doz. . .n 25c Standards Qt. 59ci
berger and Mrs. T. D. Pich Flagg Lois Odom, Wanda Miller,11] ,
Jeannette Cox, Marie Bashor,[j Georgia
JUNIOR MUSIC 'U'1I Marjorie Fogle, Dorothy Poppell,' Selects Qt..80IIOUCMADE <
committee chosen from both I Caroline Gaffney, Charlotte Murray I

the Radioed and Homestead Betty Joy Lee, Willard JI 51bs __ . .19c : : :
schools was appointed at a called I Thompson, F. C. Steven, Don', :
meeting of the Stephen Foster Crate, John Land rum, John'McLaughlin Firm HeadsCABBAGE r SAUSAGE, lb. 23c
Music Club to draw up a constitution Louis. Gaby, Peggy
and by-laws for the club and ,O'Brien, Rosemary Htnmngton,!!t ON TOP
4 to nominate officer' Vara Rhency, Kathleen Warmer, Patty Robinson
Clarice Dodson, Marie Bashor, Catherine. ShajQklcford; and Alice1Whit i r Dog Food <"' 25cCobbler

Jeannette Cox and Kathleen Wagner 1b. .. . .2'/3c
constitute the committee.
Mrs Geo. N. Wakefleld and Bo sure that
your eye are u FancyjCELERY
Mrs. Bevo Webb, counselor of the 3
rood<< u your brake*-have then
club, met with pupil of each
lasted at least each
care yea HEARTS
school Friday
The club, will meet one Thursday DR. F. P. ARCHER Potatoes
each month at th* home of a Bunch lOc cans ,
member The November meeting AND SON . j
will h held at the horn of Vara
Rhcaey. At that time officer' will Consulting Optometrist j Yellow 3 lbs. 25c

be elected and program planned. lau W. Flatter st... )IJaml, FIa.Elw lOd"INTI I 10 lbs. I6c ,
Anyone interested In Joining' the IONS .
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14 E. a.- a..... t
club to asked to get In touch with
Mr*. Wakefield or Mrs. Webb. I y"HomesteacCs
Dhssn of TOe Aserlea Is.titata Leading Independent Groceefyt
The Homestead group Fi diy school for 0.11I.. ,
cons.>ted of: Barbara WaXef't,. .. :a ......... -