' I ; : : EI> J .-r: Jb .rJ. r Monday Nov. 27, 1944 SC J-JE DUL E C}J;\rJG ED The North Tampa Bus Service which has been serving Temple Terrace has announced a change of schedule. The following is the time table that will go into effet November 28(Tuesday). Leaves Sulphur Springs 6145 A.M. Arrives and Leaves Temple Terrac1 7:45 A.M. l :OO P M. 5s35 P.M. 8:30 P.M. It might be well to clip this schedule out be referred bo. 7 :f\O A.M. 8110 A.lVI. 1:25 P.M. 5:50 P.M. a,45 P.M. and keep it ***--*ff---i:**-***""'where it can Billy Duncan, now attending Miss Nahcy hurnes, daughter of military school in St. PeterslDurg, Mr and 'V hurnes, is home is home for the week Biliy is for the Thanksgiving season. &:>he a Staff Sergeant and made the Honor is attending Barry College in Roll this last six week period. He Miami, Fla. also plays first team tackle on the -----------football team. ------------Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Sherman and son, Bob, arrived in Temple Pvt. Charlie Lambdin, son of Mr. to spend the winter in their home and Mrs. Charles Lambdin, is stahere, Some of you have seen the big tioned at Camp Hood, Texas where he pine tree that was up-rooted by the is receiving his basic training. storm in Mr. Sherman's yard. This. Charlie write s that he won't be able doesn't worry Mr. Sherman. He to come home for Christmas. plans to cut it up for fire woodo When we think of Thanksgiving, we almost always think of the tur.key. Just as 'Christmas and Santa Clause are associated, so are Thanksgiving and the turkey. When we think of Thanksgiving, we can just see the Pilgrims going to. church, coming home through a landscape covered with snow, and sitting down to a dinner of roast turkey. Naturally we think of the turkey as strictly "made in U.S.A." However, the turkey is not a native of North America. The Spaniards, plundering their way through Mexico, came across the Astec Indians. There they also found a delicious bird, the turkey. They liked it so much that they took it back to Eurpoe. One hundred yeaBs later, a little band of Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock in Massachustit;.g., With th'm landed our friend the turkey. There the first turkey hSd the misI'ortune to be honored at a Thanksgiving ainner. So when you sit down to your Thanksgivjng dinner, sink your teeth into the tastiest Mexican dish ever created, roast turkey. -------------------The Sixth War Losn Drive is under way. Buy a n extra bond. It 1 s a wondfJ.I'ful way to expreEJs your than.ks t.o the 0-cys in service on 1'h.aJJ.Ji..
' Mr Webb Rosenberg, who has been H. o. Snow returned. Saton an extended business trip u:rday from a recent h'..l.nting trip.. throughout the eastern part of the United States, home to Temple Terrace Thursday night. .. -------L 6 S Tt One brown and tan dashund puppy. Anyone knowing anything about this dog please call 73-2621. Luther Newman broke his arm at the Temple Terrace school Friday while playing football. $$$ $$$ $$$ THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK of TAMPA, FLORIDA --Total Resources Over $ 56, 000, 000.00 $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ $$$ A n n u JLP. r THANKSGIVING FRESH VEGETABLES AND CANNED SPECIAL GOODS Turkeys 55 pound Canned Thoy range from AT ALL TIMES WE STRIVE TO A 10 to 14 lbs. u QU v s ORDER YOUR TURKEY VARIETY OF BRANDS ON 0 R "'uEL FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM T 0 D A Xi PHONE 73-2591 Pumpkin Fresh Celery ----------------------------------------------------------------------At the McCartney home in Tern-sented crystal gifts to the honor pl' Terrace, McCartney KKguests, Miss Cloene Irvine read an and Mrs. C. B. Jones gave a orys. -origional poem about them. Others tal shower for two brides-elect pres0nt were Robert Cole,Mrs. Miss Lois Kemp and Miss DeLoris Didier;Miss EloisG Griggs,Mrs. W.T. Smith, Friday night. Mrs. Ollie Kemp,Mrs.O,tis Rogors,Miss Frances Jones and Mrs. s.w-. Shaw won prizes in t .he games.. .ij.s she pre Tattan; Mrs. R' Teamei:', &Mrs. L, Zoller,. Mr, Ray Rosenberg, brother Mr. Web Rosenberg and 2iibl% of Mrs. J .H. Allinson, arrived in Thj. s Thanksgiv4llig we have many Temple Terrace for a visit.. things to be thankful for. we are Mr. Rose:mberg came .in unex-at war, but we haven't really been pecfiedly. Mrs. Allinson has not ipconvenienced as other waring seen her brother for. twenty-five nations have. We can still have a years. Mr. Rosonberg came in from feast for Thanksgiving, enjoy a Louisville, Kentucky. good football without fear of a V-2 bomb crashing down upon us, and there aro many The ones who have had to., go through war s fully understand the meaning of Thanksgiving, and kpow how it. But wo, who have U.ot actually tasted to use Thanksgiving as a holiday and not as a day to give thanks, S<> whon Thanksgiving come this week, try to think .the' myri.!Ui th.tngs yo-,v to thankful. :to:r.