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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 )
Renick, Johnny ( Reporter )
Schulzke, Bunny ( Editor )
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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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John Perry, 'Editor Published Weekly Subscription 10 per month Advertising 10 per col. inch Founded in 1940 Serving Temple Terrace with news of Temple Terrace for four years, Friday June -.. -At an election June 6, Temple $ Terrace voters elected again the three preceedimg commissioners. A tally of votes shows Smith Roller 77, Dowling -69, Jernigan 43, and 6ross -40. ------9, 1944 Johnny Renick, Staf! Artist and Circulation Manager Bunny Schulzke, Society Editor and Advertising Manager WB PRINT ONLY TRUTH THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK Of TAMPA, FLORID A Tot al Resource s Over $5t.ooo,ooo. oo Mrs. Samms left Wednesday on the $ t $ $ $ i $ $ Silver Meteor for New to visit Mrs. Helen Renick, Johnny,_ and her oldest son v.ho has Just return-Patsy will leave Monday morXiling ed from Russia. Mr. Samms plans to on the Silver Meteor for Pensyljoin her there sometime the first vania where they will spend part of July. summer vacation. ________ .. Two sisters of Mrs, s. L. Smith .. Mrs. McKee of Lake City and Mrs Harris of Jacksonville, visited her one day this week. We are sorry to report that Frankie Hunt, formerly of Temple Terrace, severely cut his leg on sme broken glass in a show case. He has been in bed over two weeks. .... ___ Mrs., A. E. Blake's home has been completely redecorated and she has hung in her living room a French Pier Mirror which is over six feet high and decorated with gold leaf k-41-. raided fruit de sign, This mirror is Gver years old. --------we regret to report that Mrs. Crocker a former Qaa,mer in the Temple Terrace schooi is very seriously ill in the Tampa Muni eipal Hospital. Renald Howell and Frankie Wolfe got into the Howell car which was parked on the slanting driveway leading to the garage.. They re ---.. -----The H.T. Sl'lermans -left Wednesday for their summer home in New Britian, eonn. ----------Mrs. Helen Hunt of Sturgis, Ky, was tne guest of Mr. and Mrs. wweoer Rosenberg this week. Dick iVlcCartney of the Navy l ft last night by plane for the Vvest Coast. The b est of luck, Dick' ,, The P.T.A. asks you to make at leidure this summer out of any old material you 8ight have on hand some useful article such as tea towels, hand towels, pot holdees, and luncheon clothes to be at the Haloween Bazaar to beheid this fall. -------.... ____ The editor's unclei Mr. w.c ... PerrJ;. and Mr. and Mrs. Wi liam P. of Knoxville, Tennessee will be the guests of the Perrys this coming week. ,. Mrs. E E. Hawk and her parents, Mr. and/ Mrs. James, were in(See page two) leased the brake and crashe d into the garage doors. The boys J J ".> ""' J i: .. !}-t! .. .. .. ,, ,,,.. '>r ALL I N SON'S GROCERY F:Pyers dressed 62' lb. Hemo 58' As sorted Cold Cuts Royal Pudding(Butterscotch and Jlan Camp's Chili 33 vanilla) Pork Chops 38 Bananas 10 lb, Bo1led Ham Chili Sauce (Ker11's tanc) 25 Smoked Ba.cop Derby Barbecue sauce l0 V\hite Bacon StD.ffed Olives 39 en tsup 25 Vegetable Rel!sh 35 Apple sauee 20 per can 42 Cabbag e Carrots New Potatoes L&ttuce Celery Old Potatoes Tomatoes 3.!POBR SOURS: GLOBED SUNDAY.9am -7pm Weekays. 9am lpm Wednesdays Phone 73259.!'


II S E J J\J E L (:2) J'vl E E -r YOJJ 1\ ---:-::-0-:: -1.., u '. ........ """' -_...,,_ ---. r"' D -:.. 1 '"""'-! '; '"' -.,.__ V'1c. CA.{Nf;. y\ <:./ ,is of her nevly re-MEET THE E.A. Mc decorated kitchen and breakfast room. The McCartney family consists of It is very attractive and convenMr. and Mrs. McCartney, Dick who is iently designed. in the Sea Bees, Bob who is in the When Dick comes home after the war, Naval Air Service, Donald who has he plans "to build the fastest race recently passe s his physical and is car. ready for the armed seriice, and I urge you to visit the McCartney Howard whose hobby is phonographs; family and see for yourself their he has over three hundred records. beautiful home and grounds and Vi.hat The McCartneys have lived in our fine folks they are. No doubt your city for six years, and during that approach will be he1alded by the time they have rmde their home and ever watchful Gorky. grounds one of the most beautiful ------------------in Temple Terrace. Their front lawn(Continued from page one) T e mple is terraced down to the road andis Terrace to visit some of their covered with the richest of st. friends Wednesday. Mrs. Hawk who Augustine grass as is their entire has been in the hospital is feeiing yard. They have beautiful beds of better. The James will leave soon zinias, roses, and ehrysanthemume ... for their home at Geneva on the Le.lee; On their side yard, of which they Ohio. are justly proud, are fruit trees,. -----------banana trees, and honeysuckle vines Lt. and Mrs. F.N. Hines, formerly on the pine trees. On all of their of Oklahoma City, have moved from the larger trees are trumpet vines.. Temple Terrace Apartments into the The McCartneys could never have Shannan house for the summer They acomplished what they have if it are new Sentinel subscribers. had not been for all-the family ------working together. Most of the credit Major Joyce of Temple Terrace has is due, however, to Mr. McCartney been on a trip up north to his home and his man, Uncle Bob, who is the town in New Jersey. main spring of the works. ------------They plan to build an attractive Mrs. Graham who broke her wrist red top cement picnic terrace in is recoverying nicely and the cast the back yard with an outdoor oven.has been r e moved. Mrs. McCartney, who is the presi-------dent of the Matrons Friendly Class We regret the omission earlier in of the Seminole Heights Methodist this edition of the Samms' son. heis Church and quite a church worker; Lt. Harry F. Samms.


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