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Hershey News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 2 Hershey news april 1, 1959 the Hershey news published every thursday front editorial offices located in Oie address All communications to Floyd w. Noye editor. Community building Hershey Pennsylvania. Caider cup Battles shift to Hershey for Many of the area sports fans this is hockey week with two games of the current Caider cup series on the Hershey bears Home ice in the sports Arena. As the Hershey news went to press the bears and their series rivals the Cleveland Barons were poised for another bruising Battle on wednesday evening the third of juvenile Golf to Start the juvenile Golf a club course operated through the Hershey Community club will open on its a members Only season schedule on saturday april 11, club director Ralph l. Hoar announced this week. As of april 11 the juvenile course will be closed to Public golfing. The Public course at Hershey Park opens the same Day. Juvenile Golf club memberships Are available at the Community club desk for boys girls and women who Are members of the Community club. Along with the playing privilege boys and girls with juvenile club memberships Are entitled to lessons to be Given each week by Hershey pro Jay Weitzel after the close of school. The series. The fourth game was also set for the chocolate town Arena on saturday night. Prior to the wednesday set to Here the bears and Barons were even Steven in the cup race after the first two games of the series. had pulled out the stops to win the first playoff encounter 6-2, in the Cleveland Arena on March 25, and the Barons had roared Back to Square tiie count on their Home ice with a 3-1 win on March 28, already established As a memorable series the bears and Barons Competition to be an unyielding and and colourful struggle right to the end. The schedule Calls for the fifth sixth and seventh games As follows at Cleveland april 8 at Hershey april 11 at Cleveland april 12, begins Basic Galen o. Conrad 19, son of mrs. Annie Conrad of Union Deposit has begun a course of army Basic training at fort Dix new Jersey and has been assigned to m co., second training regiment of the . Army training Center. Special events Calendar sports Arena april 4�?hockey Caider cup playoffs Hershey is. Cleveland. April 17 and 18�?ice carnival presented by Hershey figure skating club april 17, eight . April 18, one thirty . April 24�?jazz concert featuring Benny Goodman and his orchestra and recording artists Ahmad Jamal and Dakota Staton. Hershey Park april 11�?Park Golf course opens for . April 2s�?Park opens for season free concerts in ban Shell by de Mccarthy and his orchestra 2-4 and 7-9. May 9�?stan Kenton a orchestra for opening of Starlight ballroom. May 10�?United states Navy band in free concerts in ban Shell in Case of rain concerts to be presented in sports Arena Community april 18�?bike safety Day sponsored by Optimist club at school Plaza. May 9�?parade of bands chocolate Avenue to sports Arena in connection with convention of Pennsylvania band masters association. _ cell to Yin Jhial sunday april 5 All saints episcopal Church the Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd holy communion 7 30 . Church school 9 30 a. M. Choral eucharist and Sermon 11 a. A evening prayer 8 p. M. Derry presbyterian Church. Church school 9 15 a. M. Morning worship 8 and 10 30 a. M. Rev. George i. Evans jr., Supply pastor. The evangelical lutheran Church of the holy Trinity the Rev Robert m. Lezenby the service at 8 and 10 30 a. M. The Church school at 9 15 a. M. First evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan Early morning worship service 8 a. M. Morning worship service 10 30 a. M. Sunday school 9 15 a. M. It. View Bible Church the Rev. Harry b. Suskey Bible school 10 a. M. Worship service 7 30 p. M. Union Deposit evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. J. R. Macdonald sunday school 9 30 a. M. Worship and Sermon 10 30 a. M. Fishburn evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. J. R. Macdonald sunday school 9 30 a. M. Worship and Sermon 7 30 p. M. Spring Creek Church of the Brethren the Rev. J. Herbert Miller sunday school 9 30 . The service 10 30 a. M. Evening worship 7 p. M. St. Joan of arc Catholic Church the Rev. Anthony j. Mayan sunday masses at 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 . Devotions 7 . Church of the redeemer United Church of Christ the reverend Glenn j. Rader Church school 9 15 a. M. Worship 10 30 a. M. Saturday hers it hey youth for Christ Hershey fire Hall 7 45 p. M. Seventh Day adventist services 9 room 214, Community now open for Hershey employees 1959 Golf tournament Hershey employees Golf tournament president Art Garrison has announced that entries for the annual tourney Are now being accepted. Deadline is Friday april 17. The first match at the Hershey Park Golf club will be played from saturday May 2, through thursday May 7. Tournament officers in addition to Garrison Are Vic presidents Bill Pendleton Glenn Hummer and Pete Pon Zoli treasurer Francis Carman and Secretary Brent opening Dale for Park Golf course the Hershey Park Golf course closed since last fall is being groomed for its Spring opening on saturday april 11, Park officials announced this challenging 35 36 71 layout for area pay As you go golfers will be ready for another Spring and summer season of Public play it was reported by Green keeper Charles m. Bolton. The 18 Hole course was the site of the National Public links tournament in 1957 and like other Hershey courses is under the direction of Jay Weitzel Hershey pro. In preparation for the new season Trees have been placed on the Park course along the right Side of number 7, to avoid playing the area Short and to the right of number 6 to replace the out of Bounds stakes formerly in spelling finals Terry Esworthy a student at the Milton Hershey school was among Nineteen Central Pennsylvania school spelling champions who took another step toward the Patriot news grand championship title recently. The . Lad was one of the finalists chosen in the Dauphin county Competition held at Camp Curtin Junior High school. The 19 finalists were left out of 80 after 282 words were Given by pro bouncer David h. Porter assistant superintendent of the Harrisburg City schools. The 19 Dauphin county finalists will join 37 others in the grand championship finals May 2 at Central Dauphin High school. Emergency service fire and ambulance Telephone Keystone 3-2161 physician listed As a Public service the Hershey news lists the following physician for we Eek end care in cases where you Are unable to Contact your family physician. He is also available for Accident cases and transient patients. F. F. Pierce m. D. Keystone 3-7760 or 3-7765 353 Maple ave. On the sports scene by Elaine Huber the Hershey figure skating club will Send 15 Junior members to the Philadelphia area championships to be held april 4 at the Wiss Hickon skating club Philadelphia it has been a noun by Hershey club chairman l. E. Sprague. Rosalie Haldeman of Hershey Suzy Hicking of Lebanon and Brenda Lee Sprague of Camp Hill will skate in the ladies Novice class. Thirteen year old Rosalie a student at Hershey Junior High school will be a soloist in the ice carnival which will take place on april 17 and 18 in the sports Arena. Miss Haldeman will skate the part of Cinderella. Miss Hicking 13, is a soloist in the red and White Ballet and miss Sprague 12, is a soloist in Cinderella As the fairy godmother. In the similar pairs class at Philadelphia sue Mckenzie of Harrisburg and Mary Jane Wilder of Lebanon will compete under the banners of the Hershey club. Both Are soloists in the ice carnival sue in the part of Herald in Cinderella and Mary Jane As the Snow Queen in Winter wonderland. Thomas Litz of Allentown who currently attends Hershey Junior High will skate in the menus Junior division on saturday. He is a soloist in Cinderella As Prince charming. Wynn Miller 14-year-old Susquehanna Junior i High student will compete in the menus intermediate division at Philadelphia and is a soloist As the a North wind in the ice carnival. Carol and Sharon Sheaffer of Enola will also compete in the championships. Carol 11, skates in the ladies juvenile and Sharon 8, will be in the ladies pre juvenile. Carol is a soloist in the ice carnival As Captain of the Page boys. Others entered in the championship Competition include Mary Lou Fornwald Harrisburg ladies pre juvenile Sharon Lethbridge Middletown ladies pre juvenile Linda Lee Boyer Lebanon intermediate ladies Carol Lee George West Chester ladies juvenile and Babs Cumbler Middletown ladies juvenile. Richard Ayres former Hershey High school grappler has completed his first varsity wrestling season at Dickinson College and has been selected As the most valuable member of the team and 195960 team Captain. The 137-Pound Ace competed in All nine of his teams matches and was undefeated through the first six finishing with an Overall six wins two losses and one draw record. Captain elect Ayres gained previous exp Rinee at Hershey High and with Harrisburg . Teams. He entered Dickinson last fall As a Junior from Hershey Junior College. The versatile matter helped to Honor midget hockey players wednesday april 22, will be hockey night for the Hershey Optimist club. At the gathering in the Community dining room the Optimist club will have As special guests the members of the club sponsored midget ice hockey team. Principal speaker for the occasion will be Lloyd s. Blinco general manager of the Hershey bears hockey club. Other special guests of the optimists will be the fathers of the midget team members along with Hershey sports Arena manager George w. Bartels and Stanley m. Carpenter director of the youth hockey leagues at the Arena. Coach Charles reams team compile a 5-3-1 log compared to the 2-3 record of the previous season Dickinson a first in intercollegiate wrestling. Cleon Cassel another former Hershey High wrestling Star was elected co Captain of the Franklin and Marshall College wrestling squad for the 1959-60 season. Cassel a senior next fall is expected to reach his Peak As one of the outstanding 123-Pound madmen in the East. He was undefeated in that weight class in dual meets this year and finished third in the Eastern intercollegiate wrestling tourney at Cornell on March 14 and 15. Cleon is the son of or. And mrs. R. Earl Cassel of Hummelstown route 2 and graduated from Hershey High in 1956. Hershey a Linda Burns swimming last Friday afternoon in the Middle Atlantic aau Competition at the University of Pennsylvania won her preliminary heat in the 100-Yard breaststroke her special Tyr with a time of 1 19.8 to break the District and resident record. In the evening finals however she finished third behind a girl from Germany 1 and Marty Sommers of Sylvan Pool 2. The German girls 1 19.4 performance gave her the District record set by Linda earlier in the Day but Linda a 1 19.8 stood intact As the resident record. Linda also is the owner of the Middle Atlantic record of 1 19.2 for the 100-Yard breaststroke which she established several weeks ago in the Philadelphia women a league championships. Pat Lauzon and Bob Santarelli representing the Hershey Community club in the aau meet last Friday captured fourth places. Lauzon was fourth in the 100-Yarcl freestyle event with a time of 57.9, while Santarelli was fourth in the 100-Yard backstroke at 1 05.3. The Hershey menus 200-Yard freestyle relay team placed fourth with a time of 2 14.4. A a a the Hershey High school Golf team began this seasons round of matches w Ith a sweeping Victory Over the Reading High school club 13>/2 to a. All five of the Hershey Pariti Ici pants Defeated their visiting opponents on the juvenile course. Larry Wise Defeated Barry Seumas of Reading 3-0 Dino Pellegrini Defeated Mike Burns 3-0 Paul Hummer Defeated John King Zvi i Jim Horst Defeated Bob Dembner 2-1 and Carl Tanc Redd Defeated Ron Lattanzio 3-0. Provide for your future with a sound savings program Cash in the Bank puts a Wall of Protection Between you and possible misfortune. To put yourself in the strongest possible position for the future build your savings account now. Deposit your Money with us with Confidence. Your savings Are insured up to $10,000 by Lihe Federal Deposit insurance corporation. The Hershey notional Bonk member fed. Dip. If. Corp

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