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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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J J / -r E };1 PL E -r r) r) '\ r r' l J\ J\,r \....if, -- Saturday Sept. l6, 1944 SENTINEL STAFF l Johtl Perry---Edit .. I l E J'vl? LE -r E C E lbLD.:f J 1'vl E S tJ\JGJJ -r 0 BE }J f LD SU J\J D;\ Y I Johnny Reniok -----1 Ste.ff Art 1st and l'Cireulation Manager Bunny ---!Society Editor and !Advertising Manager I DISH The Temple Terrace Church School w1+1 sponsor a "Temple Terrace Old-Time this It will be held on the Church grounds at 3 i.M. two hour program w111 oonsist of one hour qf en terta1nment by a group of singers from Tampa and another hour of singing by Terrace young people. In adition to some vocal solos and duets there will be piano recitals by Mr$1 Helen and Mrs, Frank Th-0mson, I I i WE QNLY TRUTH I Temple Terrace's Only Newspape!' I Member of FLORIDA I PRESS Founded 1940 J Serving the people ,of Temple Terrace j W1th Terrace news for the past four years. -Phone '73-2624 .. P11blished Weekly Those attending are asked to bring a oovered dish or sandw1ches. The drinks will be free. You and all of your friends invited to be present and join in. the singing. I J r r; f .r, J'\ J 9 -4 .4r-_45 P .-f ;\ C JZ.' FO IZ. ;\ f-J ;\CTJOI'-J-P;\C. J() C J\LJ}Sf. -rJ:JIZ.OLJG}-J -ri-1 -r E1'vlP L f -r f ;z. J'\;\C -SC}-JOOL YE;\ IZ. J\ S J .D j\j -f S The Executive -Board of the Temple errace PTA met at the home of the Mr. and Mrs. Tappen and three resident Mrs, Halen Reniok on eh1ldren, Billy, Jean, and ednesday'arternoon, hfter the nave bought the Sear house. eeting were served .. nd a social time was enjoyed, Capt. Berg of Mississippi and Plans were for the 1st', Lt, Elmore of Texas have moved school year, and Presiqent Renick from the Samms house to the Covey utlined to her fellow house. he full It was de-cided a study class would be formed Mr. and Mrs. Thomas fr0m covering the subject "Guiding the Dayton, ()hie have bought the Wolfe itizens of Tomorrow._ 'he hl'lllUal Mr. l.lbers-'whQ went to pti aloween Party will be held, and c ollege in Tampa, was formerly -e.n thi,s year it will be had on the army flyer. .. schoQl grounds. 1'dded features "" ... will be a bazaar, and carnival, besides supper served and the Mt"s. sister of Mr. costume parade with din, fisited tbe Lambdins over the !prizes. weak end and left for h .er home in I An interestihg plan is the comDaytona Monday. Bhe is a piling of a qook Book oy the Tampa resident. of Temple e., You will soon be approached for your favorite receipes to help make The Sentinel is sorry it is so th1ij a .. good cook book, IYhelJ CCIP late with this The baby daugh-pleted cook book will be ter MJ.t49 and Mrs Weber Rosen-for sale rg is n .amed tater will. be a Silter ---Tea given as well as a a Mornj,.ng surprise Party, A.P. with her of the PTA arg1 Jan Elin1_Bl,2tlnr Micbae.l, Mrs. Helen President1 will arr ve homt Lester Smith, Vice Presi.dent1 ._ s wee end a 'wo month Julian Dowling. ion at bhe Mrs. Han-t Boller, ........ John .AVlrS. Lt. a?!Q Hines pl.sq Fr&'Pk Thoms41n P)igram. Chail"lllan; leav" tri a tJte first C,f Q,H. onth to Y*8.t; t! and relf Mvs, j)m.f,th, and .,, ... .,. I


I "' I -r J\ f 2 (Cont. page one.) Mrs. J. Lawrence Perry, Publicity; Mrs. Julian Dovlling' Devot ion; e,nedl-F _j, \Jou Jr; Mrs. George Joslyn, Health and n -1 \ rare.------------------------rLE 1 G J-J B 0 MEET YOUR NEIRHBOR Meet thG CtE Lamadin family 'l'he Lambdin family consists of Mri and Mrs., and two sons, Charlie. and,..--' Billy. They are natives of Atlanta, out lived in etro1t for five years prior to m6ving to They bought the Quinn home in July 21 of this year. Mr. Lambdin is employed in Mr. Quinn's Tam.pa offiee. Mrs. says that her hobby as well as husband's is garden ing. Charlie, who is now in the army after being recently graduated from a Detroit high school. e was on the varsity track team for two years; ble 440 being his specialtJe He wws a counselor at a Detroit YMCA camp. His hobby is sports; base ball being his favorite. Billy is e.Jl Eagle Sc out with Bronze Palm. He fl' also a t\orpora.l in ROTC. At the Howell Reservation Camp he was on the amp staff, He likes to and is interested in military small arms He considers himself connoisseur of fine women and Pepsi-Cola. The animal department of the Lambdin household comprises the young Pointer pup, Kattie, and one small ca.t---unnamed. They also have a '3aSCant chicken yard in preparation for occupants. The La.mbdins say the. Y like Temple Terrace very much and think the people are very nice. If you ha.vent already met this new family, I urge to do so. They are fine folks. Frank Smith, son of Mayor and Mrs. S. L. Bm1th, 1s a radio-gunner on a Navy his carrier was near Trinidad, Frank and an other fellow were on the flight deok with their shirts off, when a fire out. Without wasting any time, Frank took command of the situation and gave the other fellow orders to help him put the fire out. the fire was extinguished and Frank had given icilt his fellow fire-fighter quite a few orders, both men put on their shirts. It was then that Frank noticed that the man he had been ordering around was a Marine captain. You can imagine how Frank feltJ Mrs. Smith said she received a phoQe call from him in San Francis-o Wednesday. Frank said he to be -in Hawaii soon. I ;\.L L J 1\I So 1\J S (' ,., 1"'1 r' r1 \J \..:.1 J \ \..._/ '-' .!J J J T & Sirloin Steaks Armour's itar Boneless Ham Pork Oho:p s and Roa st Kraft American Cheese r;;ry 3 lbs. 'l:r.atis Chocolate Malted Milk Toma.tees Sweet J?pta.t oe s Castle HavenGarbanzo Joan of Art Ki(iA.ey Beans Sot:l1 Pads l3ananas OabbagQ Apple-a STORE l:IDllRS+ OPEN WEDNESDAY UNTIL 1 J;.M., CLOSED iJ.A, DJi.Y


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