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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 )
Renick, Johnny ( Circulation manager )
Schulzke, Bunny ( 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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t45.213 ( USFLDC Handle )

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John Perry, Editor Published Weekly 10 mo. Adv. 10 per col.in. MEMBER OF THE FLA. PRESS ASSBCIATION Temple Terrace's Only Newspaper Johnny Renick, Staff Artist and Circula tion !Ylanager Monday, Februar 26,1945 Jan Schulzke, Society and Advertis-ing Manager .. ----... -------. ---------------Tommy Cureton was in Tampa for a rief visit. He left Friday for North Carolina. RED ( DR J YE f rl -r E JYl p L r E I\ J\ ;\ c -ro -r i-1 UI\SD;\ Y At the meeting of the Tampa Mrs. A.M.C. Jobson, Chairman of Chapter of the Junior Red Cross the Red Cross Drive in 'l' emple Ter-Tuesday afternoon in the Gas Comrace, announced that the Drive will pany auditorium Patsy begin Thursday, March 1. Mrs. T.C. ick represented the Temple Terrace Cross, Mrs. L,A. Grayson, Mrs. School. A. McCartney, Mrs. J.L, Perry, Mrs. Capt. A.A. Brindisi of New Rochelle, N.Y. is visiting the Schulzkes. Capt. Brindisi is a member of the Army Medical Corps and is now stationed at Meridian, Mississippm. $ $ $ $ $ $ THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK of T ampa, Florida Total Resources Over $59,ooo,ooo.oo $ $ $ $ $ $ J, K, Powell, and i v1rs. l'. w. Thomson will aid Mrs. Jobson in soliciting funds from 'l'erpple J.'erracers, while Mrs. Moore will be in charge of the Harney district. The Red Cross has.set the quota for Temple Terrace at :jji400. lt is the duty of every American to give generously to the Red Cross especially in time of war. aren 1 t many ways that we can directly help the boys, but the Red Cross is one very special way in which we can help them and save the lives of many who would not live if it were not for the Red Cross. You have but to ask any returned vet eran to learn what a wonderful work the Red Cross does. a Red Cross woekem comes to your aome, give and give. generously. You may be helping to save the live of one The Temple Terrace Uplift Socof our own Temple boys in iety is planning to attend the the service. Let's start this 194E performance of "Peter Pan" to be Red Cross Drive off in a big wayJ given by the Clare Tree Major Play ers under the sponsorship of the Tampa Chapter of the League at the Victory Theatre Mrs. Henderson Miller left for New York Thursday morning on the Silver Meteor. She expects to re turn to Temple 'l'errace ia_ the early The eighth grade of the Temple Terrace School made a tour of McDill Field afterboon. -----------Mr. and Mrs. Frank Themson returned Th ursday from a trip to Orlando. summer Anne Thomson hed her thirteenth birthday February 23. Mr. Carl Brorein, President of the Peninaula Telephone Company, has kindly arranged for the T.T. Girl Scouts to have the use of the small A group of Temple Terrace young telephone building opposite the people had a picnic supper at the caddy house for a club room. Hillsborough River last Friday ----------night. A good time was enjoyed by Matilda, house guest of the all. mans, gave .birth to three kittens. -----------------------------Matilda, the editor's cat, has been visiting the Shermans this winter for the of killing mice.

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MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS Church School. Mrs. Renick is a very fine musician, and it is The Family of the Week this weekalways a treat to hear her play is the Renick family. Mrs. Hele n the pian" She is also interested Renick and her two children Patsy in needle work and hand painting and Johnny have b een living in China. Mrs. Renick, by working Temple Terrace for thirteen years. herself and doing much painting, Both Patsy and Johnny were born in has succeeded in making her home Lakeland. Every summer they go one of the most attractive in the for a visit with Mrs. Renick's community. She has many beautiful fatUer, Mr. GoJA., in Clarendon, furnishings her home. Patsy, Pennsylvania. Mrs. Renick takes who is 13 likes to model clay, and a very active part in the of is President of the Girl Scouts, this community. At present she is and treasurer of the Uplift Society. president of the T e m ple Terrace Johnny, who is 15, liKes art and Parent T eacher Association as well is also interested in flying. he as pianist for ihe Temple Terrace now has five flying hours to his credit. Like all families the -----------------------------------Renicks have a pet. Mitsy, the dog, is the idol of Patsy. Right The gdvernment is asking us now Mitsy is the proud mother of to save all of the waste fat a nd three darling pups. Temple Terrace used tin cans as is possible. is most fortunate in having such This is one of the ways you can fine residents as the Renicks, If help in the war effort. Save every everyone worked as hard for the bit of waste fat and put it in a community as Mrs. Renick, T emple aan, and save tin can and Terrace would be a Eutopia. turn it in. -------------------------ALLINSON'S GROCEh Y Keystone MushrrDom Soup Chicken Noodle Dinner Kelly's B est Fiald Peas with Hurff's Fork and Beans Sweet Pickled Beets Snaps Dried:Prunes, currants, and figs FR.b.:SH raisins, SCOURING CLEANSERS:; Babo, Dutch, Kitchen Klenzer, Gold .Oust, L.ero Phone 73-2591