Hershey News in Hershey, Pennsylvania
10 Feb 1955

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Hershey News in Hershey, Pennsylvania
10 Feb 1955

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Hershey News (Newspaper) - February 10, 1955, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 4 Hershey news february 10, 1955girl scouts plan Juliet Lowe Salute plans for the annual Observance of Juliet Lowe Day honouring the founder of the girl scouts were announced Here following last weeks meeting of the local girl scout neighbourhood association. The Juliet Lowe program will be held february 25 in the Little theatre at four p. M. Mrs. Paul Campbells troop 120 will present an appropriate program and a movie will be shown along with other activities. Also at the association meeting held in the girl scout rooms of the woman a club building a nominating committee was appointed for the coming year. Headed by mrs. Charles Bikle chairman the committee includes mrs. Harold Pierce mrs. Ralph Reese mrs. George Schmelt Zer and mrs. Louis Curry. Mrs. Clyde Spitler reporting for the camping committee announced that mrs. Clarence Hite mrs. Joseph Fischer and mrs. Charles hand Are taking a Camp directors course at Harrisburg. Starting the season with a Victory on saturday was the Hershey woman a club Junior senior girls swimming team which Defeated Lancaster in the local Pool 62-58. The Young mermaids juniors a 8-10 years of age seniors a 11-13 Are left to right Patty Johns Patty Deets manager Jolene Meyers Jerry Hummer Virginia Signor Sharon Pool Melissa Edmonds Linda Wilson Patty Horst Nancy Wilson Pat Souder Jill Susi Joanne Buck Regina Susi Cathy Olena Linda Burns. Outstanding individual performances were turned in by Melissa Edmonds of the juniors and senior swimmer Linda Burns each capturing three first places in the meet its a woman a world by Iris Peabody sweets for the Sweet while it is True that nothing can take the place of sugar completely it is also True that Honey can often be substituted for it with desirable results. Cookies and cakes made with Honey Are noted for their keeping qualities. Honey a Naturel has a wonderful flavor on everything from Yogurt to Toast. Thomas f. Chiffriller manager of the Hershey cafeteria introduced a mixture of Mayonnaise and Honey for a fruit salad dressing recently. It was delicious. Patrons Are hoping this will be a repeat Valentines breakfast monday make some Honey butter for that Toast or those muffins. Here show Cream i it cup of butter and gradually add 1/2 to 1 cup of Honey. Beat thoroughly. Place in refrigerator to solidify. Use As butter on Toast. _.1, a general substitution Rule for Honey is to reduce the amount of liquid 14 cup for each cup of Honey used to replace sugar. The amount of soda needed to neutralize the acidity in one cup of average Honey is 1/12 to 1/5 Teaspoon. When sour milk and Honey appear in a recipe or when yeast is used it is not necessary to add any extra soda for the Honey. A. H. S. Glee club to sing at Pat s february meeting the popular Milton Hershey school glee club will entertain with vocal music at the february 14 meeting of the Perry township Parent teacher association. The february meeting Date Lor the Pat was changed to londay the fourteenth because of other schedule commitments. Features of the meeting a which will be held in the Hershey High school auditorium a will include the showing of the Milton Hershey school film Story in color and a ques Tion and answer panel conducted by . artists in ice Capanes Johnny Lettengarver and Don Bearson who have been skating together since they were children in the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul present a precision pair number in ice Capanes of 1955, opening at Hershey sports Arena on monday evening february 14. In addition Lettengarver does a fast stepping Solo bit in the production number a Tropicana a which opens the second half of the show. The John h. Harris extravaganza will feature two colourful musical productions including a condensed version of the Broadway hit a wish you were Here a and George Gershwin a tuneful a american in checking their Speed at saturdays girls swimming meet at the Hershey woman a club Are members of the local team that Defeated a visiting Lancaster team. Timer for the events was Hershey Junior College student Elaine Huber right. Lettengarver Barsot College Dean s list names 20 students students attaining the Deans scholarship list at Hershey Junior College during the first semester were announced this week by Dean v. H. Fenstermacher. Named for special Scholastic honors were Faye Fry Singer John Shenk and Roberta Swarr. Listed for honors were Joanne Ebersole Daniel Strick Ler Elizabeth Baugher Richard Davies Linda Garman William Hershey Rebecca Meyers Parke Spancake and Joseph Verdone. Honorable mention students were Mary Koth Robert Lollo Fred Baum Ronald Bierman Dennis Castelli Carmen Groff Barbara Hovis and Russell Shurig. Lost item a Pink and White Ham painted lady a Kimona was lost in Hershey scentral area on saturday. A Reward has been offered if the finder will Call Hershey 215. Against the Strong Lancaster team. The Well distributed strength of the Hershey team was demonstrated by the fact that although the local girls placed first in six of the fourteen events they accounted for enough second and third places to win the meet in an All around Fine team performance As the youngsters opened their second swimming season. Ribbons were awarded to All first second and third place winners in each event. The next Home meet is scheduled for the afternoon of saturday february 19, miss Kathleen Lewis woman a club athletic director Community theatre Quot one of America s finest tonight Friday and saturday february 10. 11 and 12�?~�?~the egyptian Jean Simmons Victor mature Edmund Purdom Gene Tierney Michael Wilding a note a because of the exceptional length of this picture presentation Mark the changes of time of presentation from that usually used at this theatre. Thursday and Friday 6 40 and 9 30. Organ at 9 08. Saturday 4 00, 6 33, and 9 06. Organ at 6 28 and 9 01. Our regular prices. A truly epic cinemascope production with outdoor breathtaking sets alone Worth the Price of admission. It brings to life a colourful Era to lat has never before been Brough to the screen. Special saturday february 12 Hia Tinee especially for boy scouts cubs and their friends see Jamboree 99 a faithful account of the boy scout Jamboree of 1953 at the Irvine ranch California. Their daily activities Are chronicled punctuated by appearances of a Host of Hollywood stars and an address by vice president Nixon. The time saturday february 12th, 2 00 . Only. Children to and including 11 years .10c scouts see your scoutmaster for special tickets 12 to 18 years. 30c he has special guest tickets for you scouts and your pals. Adults. 50c Conte and see 50,000 scouts front the world Over in action. Monday tuesday and wednesday february 14, 15 and 16 Disney so the vanish Iii Prairie filmed in technicolor dealing with the vanishing native wildlife on the great american Plain. Added featurettes include Willie the operatic Wale and news. Shows at 7 00 and 8 58. Organ at 8 53. Thursday Friday and saturday february 17, 18 and 19�?ositting belly cinemascope Dale Robertson Mary Murphy j. Carroll Naish shows on thursday and Friday at 6 50 and 9 05 on saturday at 4 50, 7 05 and 9 20. Special added attraction see and in person Carl Henke at the pipe Organ console and Dave is Loop at the Steinway keyboard just As they broadcast the popular nocturnal serenade every sunday night at 11 30 Over who radio. Thursday and Friday at 8 50 of clock saturday at 6 50 and 9 05

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