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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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Title:
Temple Terrace Sentinel
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Temple Terrace Town Crier
Creator:
Perry L., John ( Editor )
Renick, Johnny ( Circulation manager )
Schulzke, Bunny ( Editor )
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Florida Press Association
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English
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1 online resources (1 page)

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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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serial ( sobekcm )

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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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024273970 ( ALEPH )
48498165 ( OCLC )
T45-00203 ( USF DOI )
t45.203 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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([renmqril John Perry, Editor Published W e ekly re fill n u fill re n Johnny Renick, Cir culation Manager Bunny Schulzke, Advertising Manager & Seciety Editor Adv. 10 col. in. Sub. 10 per month MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION NTerracos u l ewspap o r Monday D ov. 4, 1944 ... NEW TEMPLE TERRACE RESIDENTS English children make a point of A new family, Mr. and Mrs. T.E. asking him and his fellow G.I.1s La. Grone and Mary and S.onny; will for chowing gum. Bill's wife has move into the Cronk house. The La-returned h o r home in GronQs are from South Trenton, Tennessee for the ChristCarolina. Welcome t o Temple TerraceJ mas holidays. Temple Terrace football fans consider themselves lucky to see such a game as \he Plant-Hillsborough t i l t But Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson are one up on us. The Thomsons were in Atlanta wee k and saw the Notre Dame-Georgia Tech game. Mrs. Thomsays that the y had a wonderful time $$$ $$$ $ $ $ THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL iANK of TAMPA, FLORIDA Total R esources Over---$56,boo, ooo.oo Mrs. W.T. Stephens received a letter from her son, Bill, whe is in the army. Bill arrived three weeks a g o in E n gland as part of a Medical Call Company of the 300th Infantry. Bill writes that he likes England fine. His barracks are in a big theatre and so is his mess hall. Bill says that liytle The Temple T orrace P.T.A moets Tuesday D e c embe r 5 at 3s3 0 The subject will be 11 Imaginary 1.'ri.P l o India a nd .tlu rma" and the leader will be J u l ian Dowling. Mrs. Thomso n will b e hostess. Y ou are invited to attend. Tom Cureton, w ho has spent the last six w eeks a t Whitney Bea.ch where she made quite a large shell collection, returned h b m e Wednesday. --------Mr. and Mrs. George Griggs aro te guests of the McCartneys. ------Tho McCari oys and the Joslyns are building additional rooms on their homes. Mrs. Allinson1s Rosenberg, and Mrs. Web Rosenberg and baby, Laria Aay, are expected to arrive by plane from Louisville, r..entucky ; as soon as the can g e t reservations. ---Bunny Schml zke, winning bong selling captian of. T.T. School, and her group were entertained by the other group, Ted Anderson's. Bunny's group sold almost of. bonds and stamps. ----------WE CARRY A COMPLE T.Ji: LINE FRESH VEGETABLgS, AND CANNED GOODS. WE TRY TO MAINTAIN A WELL STOCKED STORE FOR YOU R Phone 73-2591