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Hershey News (Newspaper) - December 23, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 4 Hershey new december 23, 1959 sports admission of Milton Hershey school to the newly formed capital area conference in both football and basketball is Good news for the spartans. They join Palmyra Hershey Humr Nelston Middletown Susquehanna township Cumberland Valley and Mechanicsburg. As pointed out several issues ago sports schedules just done to happen. And once again the admission of Mhz represents a Heap of negotiations. Seeds far the formation of the capital area conference were sown some four years ago by superintendent of schools Jacques. Superintendents and supervising principals discussed possibilities at an elementary building meeting. Later they met with their High school principals and athletic directors. From then on the principals and athletic directors carried the Ball. Mhz has a Strong Independent football schedule running through the next two football seasons and perhaps will have a travelling schedule for �?T61 to round out its Long Terni commitments. Mhz has a record something like 17-4�o against Central Penn conference foes. They went 2-8 for the �?T58 football schedules and 010 on this season. They have fair Success in the fast Central Penn basketball circuit. In wrestling of course they have been a real stick out in District 3 Over the years. Hershey i and Mhz competed in the Central Penn baseball league with Lebanon Steelton John Harris Yok William Penn and Lancaster. Her Siiney i picked a Good game in which to halt its 20-game losing Streak a resounding 61-47 thumping of Carlisles thundering Herd at the Cross River school last Friday. Milton Hershey lost 49-25 to Don Grider a undefeated Annville Cleona on p riday at the Lebanon county court 1,0 Post a 2-3 record on the season. Both Hershey schools won opening wrestling matches Mhz took Central Dauphin 32-18 at colonial Park. Hershey nailed Susquehanna 40-21 at Progress. Other Section four opponents Are Cumberland Valley Mechanicsburg Carlisle Juniata joint Cedar Cliff and steel High. Nice circuit. Mat Sparks should Fly on Jan 7 a when Hershey a a Earl Hoffman brings his undefeated Mechanicsburg wildcats to town for a meeting with Andy Kovachs spartans. Mechanicsburg won its 45th straight in a 62-0 Romp Over steel High last week. Mhz held a 44-win record. Hic has won one game and lost three taking Temple and losing to Lebanon Valley Jvn a. Aft Qona and Millersville Jvn a. Manager Frank Eddolls of the Buffalo bosons broke into professional hockey with the Hershey bears for the 1941 42 season. Defense minded Rochester americans in sports Arena Rochester a defense minded americans Are in the sports Arena on saturday night for their second appearance of the season. They nipped Hershey a defending Calder cup champs 4-3 Back on november 7th. Gerry Mcnamara will be in the nets for the americans however As the Parent Toronto Maple Leafs called up de Chadwick for last saturdays game. Chadwick was leading the Ahl at the time with a nifty 2.58 average in 24 games. has been with the Sudbury wolves of the Eastern pro league. Hershey is 1-2-0 with the americans 2-2-2 with Buffalo 0-3-2 with Cleveland 4-2-0 with Providence 2-4-0 with Quebec and 2-4-0 with the leading Springfield indians who have lost but one of 15 games on Home ice this season. And that loss by the indians strangely enough was at the hands of the last place Quebec aces 6-4 on oct. 31st. Through last sunday the bears were 7-5-3 on Home ice and 4-12-1 on the Road. Last saturdays 4-4 standoff with Buffalo was a weird game in Many respects. Hershey entered the game with the Ahles highest penalty total a whopping 680 minutes which was 229 minutes greater than runner up Providence with a 451 total. Hershey skated through the regulation 60 minutes and the sudden death 10-minute overtime without a single penalty Buffalo suffered but two penalties for elbowing and tripping. Scoring for Hershey was done entirely by its usually defense assigned combination of Bob Solinger Arnie Kuzman and Ray Kinase wich. Rookie Kinasewich nailed the first two goals Solinger banged in the third and Kullman registered the tying Market his first goal of the. Season. Ahi. Stamp Minos As a tire. w l t pcs of Gaspi Ingfield. 20 a 2 42 l i6 95 Providence. 19 15 0 38 119 112 Rochester. 15 11 1 31 109 80 Ballf Follo. 13 13 3 29 93 116 Cleveland. 11 12 4 26 101 90 ncr.shey11 17 4 26 87 94 Quebec. 9 21 2 20 75 135 factually feminine by Elaine Huber Long miss Mary Kay pork crowned Queen of the Hershey Junior col lege at their annual formal dance at hotel Hershey on saturday evening december 19. In the picture from left to right Are attendants to the Queen Carol Mccorkle Ann Bikle Queen Mary Kay and other court members Clee Hagaman and Mertie Swartz. Smiling Queen Mary Kay was chosen for the Honor of reigning Over the festivities of the formal by a vote of the male students at the Junior College. She was crowned by last years Queen Carol a. Hummer. Miss Porr is the daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Porr of Humr Nelston route 1. She is a Sophomore taking the pre nursing course and plans to continue her education at Cornell University new York Hospital school of nursing. An hic cheerleader. Queen Mary Kay is also clerk of the i.c.g., Art editor for the Tejuco and a member of the student Christian association. Christmas in the United states will be enjoyed for the first time by miss Ruby Carim of India who is the guest of or. And mrs. William Kish Paugh of 704 Linden Road while she is attending Elizabethtown College. When asked about a possible Christmas Holiday in India miss Carim replied that the hindu festival a de valid Cele Bassinet Sef Hershey hospitals recent arrivals Robert and Eva Bashore Hummel Hummelstown route 2, a girl december 4. Alfred and Lenora Nornhold , 619 North Railroad Street a boy december 4. Richard and Wanda Gingrich Weaber Palmyra route 2, a boy december 5. Bernard and Loraine Senecio Mick la 888 West main Street i Hummelstown a girl. December 15. David and Marian Emerich Shaub Hershey route 1, a boy december 5. A Richard and Dorothy Brandt patient Bow and Arrow Hunter is in year old Ted , son of mrs. To Leo Liggett and grandson of or. And mrs. J. L. Hosier. Ill e. Areba ave. Three Days of after school tree waiting in the Indian town Gap area resulted in a six Point 185-Pound Buck. Here a Ted with Bis and the handsome a largest Buck trophy a along with other Archery trophies he has won while following his Hobby. Black p. O. Box 184, Campbell Lown a girl december 5. Dale and Nancy Milton Foreman Hershey route 1, a girl december 6. Michael and Betty Tschudy Miller Hummelstown route 1, a boy december 7. Anthony and Dorothy Jurell Lucernoni Palmyra route 1, a girl december 6. Robert and Alice Meyers Bain Bridge 271 West chocolate Avenue Hershey a boy december 7. Earl and Joanne Shutt Lily 1020 South forge Road Palmyra a boy december 9. Paul and Helen Byler Geib Palmyra route 2, a girl december 9. David and Gladys Saunders Chestnut 406 m est Caracas Avenue a girl december 11. Leroy and Arlene Brandt Fack Ler Hershey route 1, a boy december 13. Calvin and Margaret Bowen Klinger i Hummelstown route 1, a boy december 13. Stanley and Harry Killian Hetrick 1030 West Cherry Street Palmyra a girl december 15 Vincent and Virginia Haney Witherow Jonestown route 1, a girl december 1-5 David and Norma Weaver suavely 411 West Walnut Street Palmyra a girl december 15. Clarence and Evelyn shirk Seaman Grantville a girl december 15. Harry and Barbara Ceresnik to Fahnestock Lawn a boy Decem or 17. Richard and Joanne be Der Schriver 301 South Railroad Street Palmyra a boy december 17. Rated in november is comparable to our Christmas season and is celebrated with gala events decorations and firecrackers. The versatile and gracious miss Carim daughter of Mohammed Carim w ill be the guest of the Kishpaugh a for a year while studying sociology at a town College. Carimo a father is with Westing House and an Active rotarian. In addition to having a Bachelor of arts degree from Osman a University Hyderabad in Sou i Central India Ruby Speaks English fluently reads ancient arabic and is acquainted with several Indian dialects other than her own urdu. She is quite adept in Field hockey and also plays basketball and Badminton. After completing her education Here. Miss Carim will return to her native land to let come either a University lecturer or a social worker. 9 Jane Brittain Barbara Leister and Mary Ann Donovan were recently capped As first year nursing students at Cornell University. New York Hospital school of nursing in new York City. Upon graduation from the school of nursing the girls will receive a Bachelor of science degree in nursing from Cornell University. A # or. And mrs. Carl m. Snavely sr., of 10 Java Avenue have announced the engagement of their daughter miss Rachel a. Snavely to Kenneth. H. Kurtz son of or. And mrs. Harry e. Kurtz of Lancaster. Miss Snavely is a graduate of Hershey Junior College and Bloomsburg state teachers College. Her Fiance is a graduate cd Franklin and Marshall College and Millersville state teachers College. A Spring wedding is planned. A a our lady a Catholic action modality of St. Joan of arc Church has completed final arrangements of an informal christinas dance to be held in the Hershey Park Golf club on saturday december 26 Between the hours of 8 and 12 . Enjoying her first Christmas in the United states is Ruby Carim who is the guest of or. And mrs. William Kishpaugh of 704 Linden Road while she is attending Elizabethtown College. Miss Arim to vhf is from Hyderabad India stated that the hindu festival a idea Ali is comparable to oui Christmas season but is celebrated in november. Ii ii i q if

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