Temple Terrace Sentinel

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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 )
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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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* .. TEMPLE TERRitCE' S ONLY Monda Oct. 3o 1944 ---1'1;\ v y D;\ y ;\ -r -r E i\t1P L E }J;\L LO t .r, 1 -r I\ f\;\C E S C 1-Jr'JrJL J-J U GE S UCC ES 5 The Temple Terrace School"'Sf"uThe annual Temple Terrace FTA sents celebrated Navy Day, Friday Halloween Carnival held at the o'ctober 27, by having ._ Ce.pt. school grounds h1de.y night was a J.M. Bregar, former Temple Terrace hugh success. A ver1 large crowd mayor and recently returned from (for Temple rerrace) trned out. Hawaii, as their guest Under a spaendid lighting system _Be related some very inte_rest donated permanently and installed ing incidents and described an by Mr. Blackmurt the crowd landing to the chtldreh'played Grubb, threw darts at Ritler The passed a Jape.nee and Companyj fished in the Fish soldier's handbook among the.pupilspond, shopped at the Bte.zaar, and After the talk, the children ate hot plate suppers w!tth coffee asked Capu. Bregar queetions and and ice cream A public address he answered them for hlhmm. system was ihstalled by ttoward L'llCteachers and pupils enjoyed his Cartney and those who wanted to visit very much. danced to the tune of .tfoward' s many ------------records, Walton celebrated her The Bazaar did a.thriving bus-fourth birthday October 21 w+th a iness, selling almost all of its small party, items, Mrs. OM assumes the ------role and dress of 11!V1. adame You-Guess Mrs FN1 Hines returhed Monday from a visit to her in Fort Worth, Texas. Lt. has beerl transferred; and. he and Hines are leavihg Wednesday tbr his new station in Lakeland, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Sherman are -expecting to return to Temple Terrace on November 19th. Miss Anp Meredith of New Orleans and Lt. Robert Mugge and his sister Miss Dora Mugge, of Birmingham, were recent house guests of uthe Schulzke s. $$$$ Who" and rse.d as late as 12 o 1 clock. Everyone had a wonderful time ahd is looking forward to the next Carnival. Winners of the Costume Parado are: Prettiest Tony Joslyn; Cutest -Dorothy Fletche;r; Most Unique Johnny Lockaby; Most Comical -Dickie Joslyn. Figures are not available at this time as to the profit made by the PTA. -----------This Hallowoten have all of the fun you want to, but don't destroy any property. 'h1ngs aren't a.s easy to replace they were before the war.Do have all; the clean fun you can. 'IP 'IP'IP ; 'W
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bassett and their children, Martha Agnes and Charles, from Ocala, Florida are visit ing the T. C. Cross family. -----Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herring, from Jacksonville, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. S.L. Smith. Capb. J. M. Bregar left Thursday for his Navy base in Pearl Harber. Mr. and Mrs. NewbBrn and their daughter, Caroline, from Bradenton, Miss Mary Schafaer of South Caro lina, and Mr. Pete Prevost from Tampa are visiting the McCartneys. Mrs. Arthur P. Schvlzke 1s in the Tampa Municipal as the result of severe internal injuries which she suffered from a fall at her home Monday afternoon. The Sentinel wishes Mre. Schulzke a very speedy recovery. --- Gquine owner is Mr. John Lockaoy. He recently bought a horse, too. Being able to own and keep animals as horses and cows on your own place is one of the beauties of living in Temple Ter race. Tell all of your friends to move to Temple Terrace where they can raise what they want and do as they please. --------The 11.1 will return t o their winter home in about noon of November 20th. The boys of Temple Terrace have organized a football team. Their first game will be with a Palma Ceia team of which Frank Hunt, formerly of Temple Terrace, is a player. The Temple Terrace team consists of Kenneth Barneby, John Daniels, Bob, Harry, and Tom Dowling, Neil and Roland Gilbert, Billy Lambdin, John Perry, Joe Powell, Johnny Banick, Dick Roller, Jules Swanson, ----Temple .rerracers who receive their mail by rural will now be served by route six. The There are some new additiGns to change was made routetwo by the live stock in Temple Terrace. the pesbmaster last week. Mr. Harry McCormick has a new mare. will also receive a new box number. He is building a very attractive You are asked to notify all your stable for his charger. The other friends who send you maim of the change.


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