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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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Temple Terrace Sentinel
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Temple Terrace Town Crier
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Perry L., John ( Editor )
Renick, Johnny ( Reporter )
Schulzke, Bunny ( Editor )
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Florida Press Association
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English
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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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T45-00179 ( USF DOI )
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I I I .. -r E J\;J p LE -r E I\ I\ ;\CE s j\j ( L "lJ' -<-._;\-------.__ '--"'---,-r-""\. TEMPLE TEhRi: C E ( ( 'I"'? S1'AFF 5 ) \ r..... P e:('ry--Ed.i.tor f I \.' (--.... c!ohnny Renlck---Circ11 l a ( \ \ \_ (l1 .. '\) ti on M a:rr.ag3r o.nd C artoon-ist. Bunny Schul zks--Society Editor and J.id,,rertising M anager. Published. vveekly S u b script it ion 10 per \Mr.aand Mrs. Jim G oans f r c m Morriston, Tenn. a r e visit i n g Mr. and Mrs. w T .Steph e n s or i'\ Temple T errrorn v1r Goan s i s inlw, are very supe;:>st a b o u t cats a n d the y don't b e lr' r' -r \-) r" LJ r1 lack. In Japan, i.. a twwel is .J '/ .r.,.r:, J U J\ missing the owr1er t h inks that a MEET MR. AND A.E. BLAKE. cat took itt b e c ause the Nip s b e -The Blakes are rathe r new in lieve that c ats wind t11rnels a:round T emple4,1i-naVing only SIN<.E "' their h eads & uancr A ugust. In that changed 'l<. "-->' ?? 'fR; ).f\ t h e appearance of their hoipe and t7 !"' -.Jail v'l(J 1 e;, grou nd.a quite noticeably. Former ,.----(Q, \\\ occupan'ts of the Blake house didn't \e, t ake esp-e-cially goo. d care of the '/">-.., house and grounds, but since tf\ey 'v ,, Q' 1/< / hav G mov erd in the Blakes have done .. /' / l ) -This is due. l argely to Mrs. <6'A(J r 1/0 ,jv e'; i3lake' s '.Q.atural ability t-.po.ppie s, East er .:.-;.:.: .--:.: : ::and c alali lies glads, a.z..al.eas, and c amellias. The Blakes, who are from ,MORE MUMPS::: middl B G eorgia p lan to build an It looks like a field day in out door living room unde r the Temple 'I'errace for-mumps. Latest trees in their back y ard and build partic.ipants are B u n n y and J a n an out door oven. Schulzke, Shirley Seit z r ornmy b.nd A n othe r pastime of Mrs. Blake's Paul Kaspar .LVirs. D o 1 vling say s ali s collecting anticiues. She has an most half of h e r room of c hildren old china vases ov-er 100 years in the Temple school ocxa. Victorian chairs with n e edle is absent due to m umps. point, some colored, clear, and ------------slitin glass, and som e type pictures. She a l s o nae quite an inte r esting music box, w hich has a glass top tha t s h o w s "the workin' s". This box; which is 100 years old, plays the "Wedding March and 11March ing Through Georgia". Mr. Blake, who is with the Philpot Construction Co., s ays they :ike Temple Terrace v ery much, be cause they have good n eighbors and i $ tt is so ouiet. When they build THE EXCH.hNG:&; B.uNK O F TAMPA, FLORIDA TOTAL RESOURCES OVER $42,000,000.00 $ outdoor living room and fire-Mr. arid Mrs. Cureton gave a the Blakes say they will be dinner for Miss Mary L. Olsen, to have anyone drop in and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regar, Mary J ane, 'roast weiners. The Blakes are miglj.ty and Ann Marie. folfs, and I'd advise you to take them up on that invitation.

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t t TEMPLE TERRACE 2 Tommy Cureton is home on a day furlough from Orlando Air He will b:.o on duty at Miami aft er his retu'l-n .. __ Lot sof luck, Tommy.' GOOD NEWSJJJ Mrs. Jobson, chairman of the Red Cross Drive in Temple Terrace and Harney, l'eports that she and x her helpers have cGllected $378.50 for that grand organization. -At this tlhme the sponsor presents a "1testimonia111 from a satisfied recieved this week in the mail. Quote:11It is most interesting to read your Sentinel. I --like the "Family of the Week" idea. I enjoy the whole paper, even to Mrs. All.ins on 1 s ad. 11 .., _____ Mr. and R.G. Bent, of Hartfurd, Conn., are guests of Mr. and Mrs, George Macauley. Billy Duncan spent the week end at home from the Florida Military Academy in St. Petersburg. -----------The seventhngrade of the Temple Terrace school is starting an ant colony in an aquarium for tion in their science clads. Fritzi, the aachs hound had five female pups, each one a yard long with a two yard pedigree. -------Mrs. T.C. Cross has just received a wire from her son, Joe Mickler, saying that h e has arrive:l. in the United States from Bouth America. Mr. Mickler, wlhU.h his wife and young son, Joe,Jr, will arrive in Temple Terrace Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cross and his sister, Mary Kathryne Mic kler. Around the first of Mr. and Mrs. Mickler will leave on a trip to Ne;w York City. Today many American soJdiers were killed. Several of you Terracers have sons in the s ervice; it might have been t l1err.. Th e y did plenty and expect you to tack them up. stop and think ycu1 -\re done today. Have you collecte d all old scrap paper, turne d in waste g re,se, washed and saved tJi.n cans, and GIV..iiN 'l O Th.Ci &.u C:Rl):-J.'::i?. If you haven't done one of t hese t hings, you've let down yours sons, friends, BUY WAR BONDS and yourself. It's not too late. .. .. .. -4.LLINSON'S MEATS TREASURE ISLAND SRRl.MP BEEF ."P-ORK CJ.i.NS Si.RuIN.t:S I N TOi\/l.t1.TO LAMB HAM ""'SPARE RIBS D.i:!iL PRUN.i:!iS & fu .IoIN.::> po pts. A!tMOUR1 S STAR PURE LARD no points KRhFr vwITh 6h.r:...c..:>.L'.. one point ARMOUR'--S -VIT-.ALOX for gravies PIL.Sl::SURY .i;.UN'i1 J.t!iivilw..h ARMOUR 1 S VEGETOLE SHORTlllUNG and BhL.L.hRD P :B' LUUh.S. Dry Great Northern. BeansJ Large Limas, Blackeye Peas, R e d rleans Yellow Split Peas, Small Navy Beans-s:-**Lett uc e, Celery, Carrots, '.J:omatoe s Cabbage,Sweet Potatoes,Idaho Bakers, Maine Cobblers. STOBE._HO.U.RS.:.WEEKDAYS 9am to 7:30 pm WBDNESDAY & 9am to lpm PHONE McCartney, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.A. McCartney and who is in the Navy, left by plane Wednesday for Camp Parks, Oakland, Calif. after a three week's visit woth his family in Temjle Terrace. Dick has spent qu.ite some time in the Aleutians. -----------Mrs. Abbie Standerwick, after a visit to Bradenton and other points, has returned to Temple Terrace for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherman and family. Mr. Homer Rodeheaver, who used to go around with Billy ounday on his evangelistic tent meetings and the worlds best leader of singing, is now at the Municipal hUditorium every night and will be at the First Methodist Church If at all possible, the Sentinel urges you to go and hear him sing and play his trombone. The Temple Terrace Church School will be held this at 10:30 am Rev. Sal.es. wi.11 -Veach the adult class .All who will attend are welcomed.