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Hershey News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news no. 7hershey, Pennsylvania december 23, 1959 no. 48 1t� merry Christmas. Beautifully decorated tree in the visitors department at ller Shey chocolate Cori oration Liera lds seasons greetings to All s in the news a May Christmas bring you a full measure of Jay and happiness and the new year bestow blessings of health and peace is the message Siung out by six Carollees at chocolate and Cocoa avenues on this years greeting card to employees oif Hershey chocolate corporation ller Shey estates and Milton ller Shey school. Design credit goes to Phil Gabriel Penn state engineering student who was with the corporations engineering department during the summer months. A postmaster Merl seavers has announced that the Board of u. S. Civil service examiners Post office Harrisburg will conduction examination for substitute Post office clerks and substitute carriers for service in first and second class Post offices in Dauphin county. The examination is open for both male and female applicants. No experience is necessary. Examinations will be conducted in Harrisburg. Scrap paper drive scrap and paper drive. Monday Jan. Ii. Hershey Volunteer fire co., for Benefit of Hershey High schools student Exchange group. Save your paper and scrap for this drive please. Retired employees Christmas party a Beautiful gathering More than 600 people attended the Hershey retired employees Christ tis party on monday night in the Community building with the dining room and lounge beautifully decorated specially for the annual event. Association chaplain Rev. H. K. Light offered the invocation in the dining room and association assistant chaplain a. K. Gerlach offered the invocation in the lounge. Following a roast stuffed Young ller Shey Turkey dinner the group adjourned to the Community theatre. Organ music was presented by w. Purnell Payne of the Milton Hershey school and a Carol sing was directed by Virgil l. Alexander also of the Milton Herliey school. Retired employees association president Paul j. Forry extended greetings. Remarks were also made by Hershey estates president j. B. Sollenberger James e. Bobb chairman Board of managers Milton Hershey school and Hershey chocolate corporation president s. F. Hinkle. A special Christmas Musicale. Coordinated by Virgil l. Alexander was presented Richard Hiler James w. Bobb Dayle stare and William Sweeney formed the Hershey High school brass Quartetti. Howard b. Phillippy supervisor at the chocolate corporation. Sang a have Maria and a Gesu Bambino. Paul g. Fisher directed the Hershey High school girls ensemble. A Christina s tableau was presented by the boys from Milton Hershey memorial school with miss Waller choral director and mrs. Margaret Hukill dramatic coach. The Well known six foot four male Quartetti a Harold Huber by Little Earl Spangler and Mel Garner a climaxed the Well received Musicale. contest judging. For annual Hershey rotary club decoration contest dec. 28 and 29. Grand prize s.>0. Prizes of $20, $10, and in each of five categories. Mail entries a giving name and address a to Don Chubb 329 e. Granada Avenue ller Shey. Mrs. Janet Rader a the Messiah soloists for a the Messiah a a sponsored by the Hershey minister rim at Milton Hershey schools auditorium on sunday Jan. .3rd, at 400 ., Are mrs. Janet Rader miss Dolores Peck Howard Phil Lippy and William Nixon. Representing 20 ller Shey a area churches the 150-voice choral group directed by Paul g. Fisher will present a one hour program featuring familiar and solos from the christinas portion of the famous oratorio. Accompaniment will be. Supplied by a 33-piece orchestra. Rehearsal on sunday dec. 27, in the Milton ller Shey schools auditorium at 2 00 Week of prayer week of prayer services by the ller Shey Minisci ruin wednesday Jan. 6 through sunday Jan. 10th. Guest speaker is the Rev. Dewitt l. Miller ., pastor Church of the Brethren Hagerstown Mary land. Dewitt l. Miller Over 600 attend retired employees party Shik Ned and Shin Yung Baum Lois korean orphans adopted this summer by or. And mrs. Earl f. Rothrock r. I. No. 1, Hiim Mellown enjoy their ii St Christmas with Sisters Fay aged 12, and Christianne age 10. Korean orphans enjoy first Christmas a Christmas Story at the Earl Rothrock residence South of Hershey having read about the efforts of the Harry Holt orphans foundation in the placement of korean orphans the Roth rocks interested themselves in the work. They contacted the Holts in los Angeles mrs. Holt wrote a seed of the East and finally found themselves on a waiting list in one thousandth position. Some would have despaired. Through patience and a horde of Pacor work their waiting was not in vain. Last May they bussed to the West coast and returned by plane with korean Orp lians huh min Shik Ned now age 2, and Shin Yung Baum Lois who was born february 20, of this year. Little Lois who has increased in weight from 9 to a Chubby 23 pounds with the Roth rocks had been abandoned on the capitals Steps in Seoul when she was but four Days old. Ned is a cute Little fellow who look an avid interest in Bob Warrington a camera and joins Little in liking to go Bye byes in the car. A or. Rothrock is a member of the maintenance and bus driving group in the Derry township schools and mrs. Rothrock is the former Ruth Barley. It was ironic that her own father and brother in Law should have lost their lives in a tragic out of slate automobile Accident a month to the Day that the Roth rocks picked up the children on the West coast. A merry Christmas wish to huh min Shik and Shin Yung Baum Rush. Postmaster Merl w. Seavers left and superintendent of mails Bernard g. Ganse Check incoming packages at the Hershey Post office. 18 regular employees plus u Christmas assistants handled the big Load Dally receipts increased 7%. Peak cancellations for a single Day reached 35,000. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk Rati u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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