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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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Temple Terrace Sentinel
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Temple Terrace Town Crier
Perry L., John ( Editor )
Wehman, Bobby ( Reporter )
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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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I John Perry, Editor. Phone '73-2624 f -r r1 ,.. ... S E -r J J J E L Friday Oct. l?, 1941 WE PRINT ONLY THg TRUTH Temple Terrace's First Newspaper A Florida Press Association Paper TEMPLE TERRACE DATE BOOK Robert Wehman, Roporter. Phone 73-2583 Just a reminder about the DANCE Evening Oct.18th. Music by Edw. Sterling's Orchestra. Try and come earlier Folks. The music starts at 9:30 PM. Wesmould like to have as many as possible present when the start playing since it is most discourgging to them when playing to an empty dance DON'T FORGET next Wednesday Evening Oct.22nd we hold our first BUNGO PARTY w:th.ich commences promptly at 8:00 PM. Three Pri.zes. Admission;-Adults 15 Children 10. You are in for a lot of fun so don't missro it. Bring the VJhole family. Kindly reserve Saturday Evening 1st for our Big Annual Halloween Party Costume Dance-More details lated. TERRACE RECREA'l1ION COlvfoaTTJ-1E BOY SCOUTS Th e New Assistant Commissioner of the Sulphur Springs will make his first call to Troop 50 on Friday All scouts please be on hand promptly at 7:30PM. THE SEEMPLZ TERRACE 60MMlJNITY SUN DflY SChOOL AND CiiUBCH wil1 open at 10:30 at the Pool. Dr. C.B. Wilmer will t each adult class and Chdrch. There will b e other there f o r the children. come and bring your Te.r,..Ji'?..r<...s The Girl Scout supper was a big success and the Girl Scouts of Troop 23 wish to thank all the people of Temple Terrace for I that will receive badges this month are: Housckeeping : J.VIarilyn Wehman, Jean,Jane,Joan Petersen,Dorthy and Martha Jackson. First Aid: Marilyn Wehman,Janice Smith,Jean,Jane, Joan Petersen, Dorthy and Martha r Jackson. Bird Badge: Janice Smith. Swimmers: Patsy R enick and Anne Thomson. Basketry: Jane Petersen. Book Binding: Jane Petersen. Clothing: Dorthy and Martha Jackson. Tree: Anne Thomson. Garden Flower: Janice smith. Hostess: Nancy Humes,Jean, J a n e ; Joan Petersen, Janice Smith, Dot and Martha Jackson,Sanah Dowling, Anne Thomson,Patsy Renick, Martha Anne Todd,Betty Duncan,Cris Kaspar,Marilyn Wehman. l The Girls are starting their soap carving Friday Oct. 17th. At the last PTA Board meeting Hawk was elected vicc-presidw t. -----Th e latest for the Brinsons Jack Bregar Ed Brook $1. ;\LL! f.J r f) ('("'Jr' r1\J ,,r1 If r' _,J ,.:J J\, ) '-' CJ'\ 1 J J' lJ jVJ.r J\ h, ( J FINE 10' lb. LABG.c; lli i:.DS WESTERN MEATS BEEF PORK LAMB BEEK LIVER HAM COLD CUTS SALOMI BOLOGNA LIVER Sf,US!.GE CHEESE GREAT NORTHERN BEANS 8 LB. GARDEN GIFT PEAS 10 CAN. bND CAhhOIJ}S WHITE AND IDAHO BAKEFtS GREEN YORK APPLES 5i. L B LEMONS AND LIM.t:S. GREEN BEANS OKRA WHITE SEEDLESS GRilPES JOAN OF ARC KIDNEY BEENS 10 CAN. SCOTT CO. PUivlPKIN large 10 CAN SCHOOL SUPPLIES DEL MONTE CHILI Sll.UCE 20' JAR I -r r1 '\ r) J' .r _, I/,.. -r J -rr-1 TJ-JE F .I\J.friDLY i'vl;\I\h.t "} J ,e; ri 1' 3: 2 s 9 1 w f Del


p ;\ I\ J '/ -The Temple Terrace P.'11.A. will hold it1 Annual Haloween Carn1al PridaJ Oct 31 at the Pool. Supper will b.e at six o'clock. Grand march Will begin at 7:30. Prizes will be given. There will be a Piah Pona and Program: Mrs. Simpson Perry Fish Pond: Mrs. Dowling Musics Mrs. Renick Prize1= Mrs. Roller Decoration: Mrs. Smith lGft tor Hot Springs,Denver, and possibly the Grand Canyon last Saturday. Her gray wool traveling dress was given to her on her 17th. Wedding Anniversary, 156 ---Mr. Commissioner, Wouldn't it help Temple Terrace is some on3 was hired to paint the names of the streets on the curbings at the corners And when they are repainted keep the grass from covering tha names it wouldn't take much to do this and it certainly would help Temple The --.. -Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regar are the of a little daug hc e r named Ann& Marie--born Friday Oct. 10. Both mother, baby, and father are getting along tine. ----FOR SALE:::::1 one medium aized boy's bicycle. Fair condition. Good tires. Call 73-2751. -------FRESH GRADE11A11 EGGS 45 PER DOZEN. CALL EDITOR. PHO}TE '73-2624 The Girl Scout Committee will mebt"lt Mrs. Jackson's home on river road Wednesday Oot 29th at ----There will be another Junior dancing party at the Pool this night. A ten piece band ot Mr. Mainey's will play during intermission. A in price to 25 per couple and 15 tor the tirst child in each family was announced to start this time ... Young folks come and bring your parents. They will visiting while you dance. ---Boy Scout Troop 50 won the Attendance award at the Conrt of Honor Wed. **********************-kf. *****ii ****i<*****"'" ****** *****i ; -i(-i<**4: *********** r'\llJbl S Y WESTERN MEATS: 5 STRING BROOMS '10 BEEF FORK Mops 30 LAMB BEEF LIVER HAM COLD CUTS CHEESE LETTUCE: CARRll'l'S APPLES CELERY BANANAS LIMES GEORGIA ,., !J _, LEMONS IDAHO BAKERS SWEE'l' POTATOES -Motts Apple Sauce 10 Pie Cherries 2 for 25 Franco American Spaghetti 10 SCHOOL SUPPLIES I \ I f


.. Be surQ to come to Sunday School and Church at the Pooi this Sunday. Sunday School will start at 10130. Dr. C.B. Wilmer will be leader and will teach the adult claas.. There will be other teachers for the children. Bring the whole fwoily. RECREATION COMMITTEE DATA For the enllghtment of the prople of Temple Terrace wo wish to uxplain the WHY of the organization. This committee is composed of a representative from each of tho various civic and social organizations in Temple Terrace. Their purpose is to entertainment as well as supervise and manage all recreational affairs or social activities in connect ion with the use of the Recreation Building and Pool. The obligations assumed by this committee are;a-Maintaining the building in proper condition subject to ordinary depreciation. bPay all electric c-Pay all fire and liability insurance. dPay Janitor service. oPay interest on Bond indebtiuness of building and liquidation of same. '. .fAll othor expences incidental to tho ope r ation ask for explained above the Cd ommittt1oe a ; e-neartea of all their an par es which put on fo'r your enjoyment. That which helps this Committee also helis Temple Terrace and YOU. Be a booste r and f eel free to attend an) meeting of this committee to present any c cnstructivo criticism you may have. We shall appreciate all help from the community at large. newest addition th the R ecreation Committe e is Mr. "Si" Emort who was elected unanimously to the board at last evening's meeting. W e're proud of the latest a dditio n t o our family. 1.11 the Committe e welcom e s y ou"sr". Y our presen t Committe e as it stands today is as folowss. Mr. Jae.: W e hman-Chairman Mrs. Julian Dowlin g Secretary -Representing Mrs. Lestor S mith -Treasure r -'' Mr. Basil Br oc k Mr. Thomq s 'Jure t on Mr. Harry Rolle r -Mrs. R.P.Travis -Mrs. Harry Roller Mrs. Fred Best t II Girl Scouts PTA. Commissioners Trusyees if II I I i i Boy Scouts Womens Go ltMD. CubScouts City at II II ii Mr, Georg e Macauley Mr. S.H. Emory II II Merci Guacias Dankesch o erm Dankin Aich Say it in any lailguag0 the same. liust "Thank You"' You S9G w e DID find a new way of tolling vou that we d o appreciate y our patronage at our parties, who attended the dance last Saturday wer e a g r eed that wo now havo the HOTTEST orchestra in Tampa. Wexare keeping them for all future dance parties .. None other than 11Edw. Starling s OrchGstra". If you missed the party last Saturday that was y our loss. DON'T let it happen again. Wednesday evening last our first Bunco Party was a grand success. Everyone attenddd can hardly wait for our next ono. There wer.e 52 players and all had a big time. First prise Lamp won by Dickey Roller. Second prize glasses and holder won by Sweotio Kasp er. Booby prize w o n by Jane Petersen. Prepare for the Big Halloween Party and Costum e Dance of Saturday Nov. 1st with E dw. Sterling! Orchestra. Prizes for the best Cost'dlmed Man -Best Comtumed Woman -Funniest Costumed Man -Funniest Costumed Woman. It is hoped that all will come in costume but this is optional The main thing is ti be there for tho fun. No change in prices 50 per person. watch y our Sentinel for all future Party Datos. Temple Tor.rac e R ocreatio n C ommittee


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