Temple Terrace Sentinel

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Temple Terrace Sentinel
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Temple Terrace Town Crier
Perry L., John ( Editor )
Schulzke, Jan ( Editor )
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Temple Terrace (Fla.) -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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Temple Terrace's first newspaper.

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John Perry, Ecitor Published Weexly Jan ::c':'lulzl{e, dociety Founr'ec? in 1940 'IE:.\1PLF TERRJ.C_Et,.; O NLY NEW: P APPR Monday, J anuary 21, 194G BABY bOY BORN 'I'O HEMMINGERc Mr. and M r s E.F. Hemminger of Temple Terrace are the proud parents of a baby boy born on Friday, Ja.nuary 18, cit 3 o'clock. Congratulations! MC CARTNEYS ENTERTAIN Mr. a nd ;'.J.r.:;. E.A. McCartney entertained Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Gosewisch, Miss Oveata Garcia, and Mr. a nd Mrs .Milo Thomas at their nome Thursday evening with a party. JOCELYN COOPER ONLY HIGH 0CHOOL GRADUATE FRO.J I TEMPLE TERRACE Miss Jocelyn Cooper, daughter of &r. and Mrs. Charles K. Cooper, will be the only high Jchool graduate from Temple Terrace this ;:;emester. l::ihe will graduo. te from Plant tli gh ...ichool at 8 P.M. this Thursday at the school auditorium. Mr. c.nd H. A. Cooper and their two sons. Harry amd Jacl, of Tampa, were the guests of the Coopers this uunday. A birthday dinner p arty was given for i\llr. C .K. Cooper at th A home of Mr. anc Alton in Beach last Thursday Aven ing. FOR SALE: DRECiSES AND SPRING COATt:> .Size 10 CALL G. 0. HOV1ARI'S ARE NEW TEMPLE TERRACE RESIDENT S Mr. a nd M r s G. 0. Howard recently moved into Dr. Snow's home. Although. they come originally from the Howards jus t came from Jack3 onviJ.J where they have lived for about one year. When Yiov. they like Temple Terrace, the Howard s said they ttju s t love it ou t 1 1 Mr. [fo'<"'8r 0 i 0 in. the in:>urance anc" travel. s around the ::ta.te a good deal. 'The Hovvar o s have t':lree sons, George, Jr., Billj a n d Bob. All are married, and George a nd Bill ench h2ve a child. Bob been i-:.1 the Army Air Corps for about three and stationed at Chenault FielC., 111. Early Bill was fro n tl:le 3ervice, and now both he anc1 living in Jack:'on ville. uURPRI.E :JAR'IY GIV!<'N FOR J.C. J.C. 1on of Mr. and Mrs Bob Nelms, wa c; given a ..,urpri .:;e party C unday at the home of Mr. a nd Mr3. Freeman. Fifty-five of J.C. .s were in vi tee. M r s William M. gave a bridg8 luncheon at her Wedne0day, January 16. Tho:e present vvrre Mrs E.J. Berryhill, Mrs W.P. Davi s and Mrs J. Ingram. M c J ive<:>ney al ":;o entertained Mr. and 'Mr s G.D. Baw i s -laturday, J anuary 19, 1.d th a dinner ALLIN,.:iON' i:i GROCERY AND MARKET WdEN YOU HAVE TO PREPARE A MEAL IN A HURRY FOR UNEXPECTED GUESTS, DON'T FLY O.F'F THE HANDLE -JU.:)'.I' FLY LOW N '1'0. A1LINSON' t> GROCERY HERE IN 1EJ.VIPLE TERRACE. YOU"'LL BE ABLE TO FIND JU0T WHAT YOU'RE LOOI\ING FOR TO MAKE THAT DINNER b J6CCEciS. PHONF