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Hershey News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania february 5, 1959 no. 6to hold world Day of prayer services Here the Hershey Council of Church women has announced that world Day 6f prayer will be observed on Friday february 13, at 7 30 p. M. In the evangelical lutheran Church of the holy Trinity. All Hershey protestant churches will participate. Prior to the world Day of prayer service there will be a Twenty four Chain of prayer starting at 7 30 p. M. On thursday february 12. There will be a representative of one of the churches present every hour during the period. The service will be in charge of the members of the ladies Council of Church . Williom Sheldon Blair serving in new Post in Church at Johnstown the eve. William Sheldon Blair pastor of Derry presbyterian Church since 1950, has begun his new duties at the Westmont presbyterian Church in Johnstown after having resigned his pastorate Here last month. A graduate of Princeton theological College he has been serving in the ministry since 1936. He is a native of Franklin a. During his ministry at the historic Derry presbyterian Church the Church membership and activities have shown a notable growth. One of the memorable occasions which took place during his service to the Church was the mortgage burning ceremony and recognition dinner held february 2, 1956, to Mark the end of a successful building program. Rev. Blair is widely known Here for his civic interest and service throughout the Community. He was Active in the affairs of the Hershey ministerial association and served As chaplain of the Hershey Lions club Hershey Volunteer fire company and the Pennsylvania state police training school. He was also Active Over the years in Many Community projects and charitable campaigns for it worthy causes. Going into gaily coloured packages is a new product at the Hershey chocolate corporation where the Brand new Hershey a mint chocolate is being announced this Veek. Photo above shows the mint chocolates being boxed for distribution. In the pictures from left a Are supervisor Charles Schell miss Mary Dusold mrs. Clara Henny and packaging machine Obj Erato Ray Kline. Shown in the photo at left Are Hershey chocolate corporation research chemist Arthur Graham and machine operator Edward Prince As they inspect the flow of the Vari coloured mint chocolates in an earlier stage of production. The new Candy coated delicacies Are produced in the Hershey ets department w hich was placed in operation in june 1954. Hershey ets and the mint chocolates Are packaged in similar fashion in an attractive pocket size bag. The colourful mint chocolate package bears the distinctive mint Leaf Emblem indicative of its chocolate is the fourth new consumer product developed by the Hershey chocolate corporation since world War two. It follows the milk chocolate fudge Cocoa mix and Hershey ets All of which have found wide acceptance and . Students in religious Parley eight Milton Hershey school students have been named As delegates to the Buck Hill Falls coed religious conference february 6-8. Participating in the conference As representatives of the Milton Hershey school will be Robert Fox William Ohn Meiss David Faust Robert Brill Peter Devries Mark Henry Donald Thompson and Ronald Corson. Corson is the m. H. S. Student representative on the conference planning committee. In charge of the local delegation will be Landis r. Heller jr., the schools director of religious education. He will be accompanied by Donald r. Witman eighth Grade Core and Bible teacher. Conference participants will be delegates from inc dependent and private schools. The theme is a the revelation of the schedule includes addresses by or. Paul l. Leh Mann professor of divinity at Harvard University and or. William s. Coffin chaplain of Yale University. At the conclusion of the educational activities a recreation program will include Winter sports Square dancing movies hikes and horseback legion ready to Welcome new Flag Hershey american legion Post 386 is preparing to Salute the new 49-Star Flag which will become official on july 4. It will be permissible however to Fly the 48-Star Flag after july 4, As Long As the Flag is in Good condition. At a legion meeting held recently four new members were taken into the organization. The new members Are Raymond Heisey Paul ror Bach Michael Schappe and Earl Spangler. Of the 29 members present at the meeting 15 were past commanders. Also present at the meeting was Dauphin county commander Samuel Naples and his adjutant Raymond Weaver. Post commander John d. Groh announced that the i it Ost will have a mass Church attendance on wednesday feb Ruai a 18, at the Church of the redeemer United Church of Christ at 7 30 . All members attending will meet in front of the Church at 7 15. Co Rilander Groh also appointed a committee for the Spring banquet Ivan Mease chairman Michael m Orris Paul Shultz Donald Chubb and William Meiser. Hershey news comm. Bldg. Hershey a. Bulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if

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