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 )
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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Johnny Renick, Circu-Published Weekly lation Subscription lO t per month Advertising 10 per col.in. 'I.E.MPLE TERRACE'S ONLY NEWSPAPER Jan Schulzke, Society Editor ana Advertising Manager ------------------------------------------------..-------------? L;\ Y 1-J U GE 'I'he 'I'emple 'Terrace Parcnt-Tcc:i cher-Association will Tucs..,cay 8 at 3 : 30 P.M. et the 'Temple Terra qe 8chool. The will be Accent on Ji.ustr alia11, anc will be led by Mrs Home r Howell The ho Jtess for the social hour will be M r s Frank Wolfe T h e re'J.J!'t. s of the committie.s for thi s y cwr s work will be given a n d for the coming year will be installed. The Temple Terrace Society presented their first olay at the Pool building on Friday night. The play, entitled "the Reunion".; was a burlesque meloarama of the "Gay Nineties" era. The house lights were C.immed eY actly at and behind the curtain Mrs Edi .th Atchley played two old ballads of the period, "The Tavern in the Town" and "The Curse of an Aching.Heart." Memb0rs or the cast sang the choruses. At the conclusion of thA musical select-ions,. Anne Thomson, the stage manager, read of the Miss Joanne Smith has been very .Play and thP cast. ill for the past few days. The The curtain oprn0d revealing Sentinel hopes she is feeling well Stanley Roller on stage alone. soon. Stanley, playing the role of the A campaign curing the week of M a y 13 is being conducted in all Tampa churches to raise $10,000 for the purchase of Bibles to be distributed among the nations whose Bible3 have bee n burned by the Nazis. Every church m embe r is being asked to contribute at least 50. If you are not a member of a church, s e n u your donation to the YMCA cam,)aign headquarters. These Bibles will also be sent to our men in the armed serviee s and to those being held in prison camps by the Japs. Do not fail to d o your part for the boys who are doing everything for you. villian, complete v th fearsome mustache, gave a most convincing internretation of the Oon and Jan Schulzke were ap as the hero anc h0roine. .Joe Tomko gave an excellent performance in the cifficult nart of a pathetic Wesley who protrayea an evil Ch-inese servant, ha a an P:XCeptionally ciffi cul t part, he had to project his sinister charactPrization en tir0ly without words. JohnsJay Seitz was mos t elderly and cignifier professor. A particularly outstanding ?erformance was given by Patsy Eenick, who celighted the audience in the uart of "Ole Nell"; a fadP.d beauty, .broken in spiriy, who rises to great dramatic heights as the play progress0s. At close of the p0rformance, Mr3. Arthur Schulzke, who directed Mrs. Helen Miller errived on the production, was called before Wednesday afternoon from New Yort the curtain .:i. na pri:-sented with e n City for. a months visit with her exquisite basket of Gladioli ahc parents, Mr, and Mrs. H.T. Sherman. American Be2uty Roses by Mr. As you no doubt have n ,oticed, work has already been begun on the 'l emple !errac e bridge. We certainly are fortunate to have a County Commissioner who is aware of our needs and as willing to help us as Mr. Bullard is, After finishing the bridge, he plans to clean all Terrace streets. on behalf of par0nts of the of the cast. The presentation came as a complr,te surpr.ise to Mrs. Schulzke ci_s well as to. the members of the Uplift Society. The group will ,resent Rnoth0r play in th8 not tno future. After the play a Bunco Party held. Prizes werf' won by Shirley Seitz, Ruth Dowling, Rnank Wolfe, and Jules Swanson.

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G t !I S E J\I -r J 1'1 E L 2 YOUR J\I f JG B 0 R : iY11 LY OF -r 1-J f -r I J f .... \ \j r' r' l/ 1 {,r.,h. This week the Family of the an engineering officer in the am-Week is the W.M. Tappan .family. phibious forces in the Atlantic The Tappans have been living Fle0t. In 1940 he receivec a med-in 'Iemple 'J'errace since August of ical last year. Before moving to Temple At one all of Mr. Tappan's Terrace they lived at 203 E. Jean brothers an0 himself were in the Street in 'I'ampa. service. Now only the younger Mr. Tappan's occupation is brother is still in. Ht is a combat Industrial Relati:::ms :!.\1anagr for engineer on Okinawa, and his the Continental Can t favorite food is canned potato In addition to Mr. and chips. pan there is Billy five years old, Pal, the Tapnans nure-bred Bobbie Jean 3, and Trudy Lee 1. Dalmatian cog, is the family ;et. Mrs. Tappan's hobby is sewing, Pal is the and she makes all the children's guardiP.n. clothes. The Tapnans think that Temple Mr. Tappan's hobby is doing Terrace is the only to live, woodwork. In 1944 he built sixand they are right. Their post-teen cedar chests. In their liv-war nlHns to build r-. screen ing room, the:. Tappans have a beauporch anc:'l a swimming pool next tiful lamp that Mr. 1appan made. do0r. The Ta1il)ans hnve always In his garage Mr. Tappa n has wanted a ho!!le whetE' they c0uld quite a complete WJrk shop. Among have a swimming pool, so they other things he has two sprayers; believe that Trmple Terrace is a drill press, two sano ers, a that place. table saw, a jig saw,. and. a por-The Tapnans arP vf'ry civic table "jook box" to listen to mindea, and are jbst the type of while he works. Ip his shop he citizens that Temple Terrace also made his wife a teakwood box really neP.ds to mnke of it the with her name on it. fine community it can .be. The Tappans have been making In my opinion we have some improvements on their home since very g0oc potPntial city comthey bought it. Among other things material Tappan. they have made a built in shower I'm certain you will want .to bath and a cedar closet. know the Tan.,,arls as they are Mr. Tappan's town, Hibbing, really fine is wlWEe 83% the ---------world's fbrn ore, is produced. He was a of the tl.s. Steel Corportaioni In 1941 he qn listed in the Navy and servec as ;\LL 1JT5. b fl Mr. Mrs. W.M. Tapna.n of Fort Laucerdale(Mr. Tappant parents) will visit the farypans F idat.. ( CJ ? ? r1 ---J '-:.I J \ \...J !, J\ TO AVOIB THE CROWDED CONDITION ON SATURDAY, WE SUGGEST THAT YOU DO YOUR MARKETING EARLIERIN THE WEEK. EARLY IN THE WEEK YOU WILL FIND THAT WE HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH MEATS AS WELL AS WELL 8TOCKED SHELVES OF MANY VARIETIES OF YOUR FA VORITE CANNED GOODS. Phone 73-2591


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