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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 )
T45-00216 ( USF DOI )
t45.216 ( USFLDC Handle )

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Temple Terrace Sentinel

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John Perry, Published Weekly MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Johnny Renick, Staff Artis\ and Circulation Schulzke, Society and Mf\nager ----------------------------------------------------------------------Monday March 19, 1945 Temple Terrace Uplift society ana their invited guests were entertained at a picnic sup per and scavenger hunt at the hoDB of the Schulxkes last Friday night. The chapel'9!les were Mrs. Edith Atchley and T/Sgt. and Mrs. Roman.Rike. Prizes were won by Stanley Roller, Ann Thomson, and Delores Fletcher, ----------The Sentinel is very soery to announce that Mrs. Jobson, mother of Doctor A.M.C. Jobson, is not well and has been taken t9 the Tampa Municipal Hospital. The Sentinel along with all of Temple Terrace wishes you a speedy re covery, Mother Jobson. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ THE EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK of Tampa, Florida Total Res,urcea Over $59,ooo,ooo.oo $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Mrs. R. Harry Roller and 9 .!} 5 R D C I\ 0 S S C R 'vY C 0 1\J G R;Yf U L;.\fED Mrs., A. M.C .. Jobson, Chairman of the Red Cress: in Temple Ter race, has that the final. total Of fuiidS collected for the Red Cross this tear is f87l.30. Mrs. Joti&on wishes publically to express her daepest appreciatiai to all who gave during the drive and especially to her co-workers, Mrs. George .wloore of liarney, .IMlrs. J.K. Fowell, Mrs. L.A. Grayson, Mrs. Frank w. Thomson, T,C. Cross, Mrs. E .,A., and .w1m. J.' Lawrence ;t-erry. She also wishes to call to your attention the .1..; splendid wo9k' done in Harney by Mrs. George Moore who did all the wok alone .. The children of Temple Ter race school contributed greatly to the success of the drive, and Mrs. Jobson wants to thank them for their help. There will be a picnic for the young people of Mrs. Barnebpys Sunday School class in the Barnebey a back yard Friday at 6:30. After the picnic there will be choir practice. Frank Thomson attended court --------session with the eighth grade or Edwin Moore, daughter of the Temple Terrace school on and Mrs. Royt tiarnebey, is now M.onda'l 19th. ------visiting her parents. She is dividi;g-h;r time between her parents here in Temple '.rerrac e and her b.us.band s parents in Upper Darbey, Penna .. --... -6-_.,,_ --------_____ ....., ___ -------------------_____ ...,, ___ .. ;\ L L J l'J S 0 G R OC E f\ Y Kraft Chocolate Malted Milk Du1'fs Gdnger Bread Mix Lipton's Noodle Soup Mix Fla. Gold Ogange Juice(no pointa) Sun-sweet Fr6nes Raisins Currants Apple J\t.i.ce Baker's Chocilate & Cocoa Hurff's Fork and Beane Canned Clams FRESH MEATS J)al&ry, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Green Beans, Capbag, Jams, Phone '73-2591