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Hershey News (Newspaper) - February 12, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania february 12, 1959 no. 7 brotherhood week statement Dwight d. Eisenhower National brotherhood week february 15-22, 1959 our abundant Plains and mountains would yield Little if it were not Tor the applied skill and Energy of americans working together As fellow citizens bound up in common destiny. The achievement of brotherhood is the crowning objective of our society. On this circling planet with nations poised for Mutual advancement or destruction we must enlarge our spirit of brotherhood to include All men who live under the banners of Liberty and Law. A. Honorary chairman. Dwight d. Eisenhower sea vers is nominated for postmaster slip Merl w. Seavers 20-year Veteran employee of the Hershey Post office is the Center of his family a attention after receiving word that he had been recommended by congressman Walter m. Mumma for the position of postmaster Here. With or. And mrs. Seavers in photo Are son Ronald and daughters Linda and Delores. Ronald is a student at Hershey Junior College and the two seavers daughters Are Hershey High school students. The family resides at 48 West Granada Avenue. Merl w. Seavers to for Twenty years a member of the postal service Here was recommended by congressman Walter m. Mumma for the position in the Hershey Post office. Seavers has served As a clerk in the Quot local office for seventeen years and w As formerly a Carrier for Thiee years. Congressman Mumma said seavers was recommended for the Post on the basis of the results of a competitive civil service examination held last August. Procedure Calls for the president to act on the recommendation forwarding it to the . Senate for confirmation. The 41-year-old seavers is a graduate of Hershey High school class of 1935 and was employed by the Hershey chocolate corporation for two years before entering the postal service. He is the son of the late or. And mrs. Frank v. Seavers. A _ a Veteran of naval service in the Pacific area in world War two seavers was assigned to Navy postal duty during part of his service. He has Long been Active in the Campbelltown evangelical United Brethren Church and has served As the churches financial Secretary for twelve Coll need on to a four god and country awards highest religious awards in boy scouting were presented by the first evangelical United Brethren Church on sunday morning to Barry Rodeffer left son of or. And mrs. Robert f. Rodeffer and Lewis l. Maurer son of or. And mrs. Lewis j. Maurer. The Church pastor the Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan holds one of the god and country awards As the two troop 65 scouts prepared to receive the Emblem which their extensive religious research and study and service to the with the boys in their quest for the award was the local god and country committee which includes Rev. Guinivan Charles w. Brinser and Henry p. Stover. Participants in the special service at the Church included or. Stover Leon v. Whipple scoutmaster and John p. Meszaros institutional representative and chairman of the cub pack committee of the Church. Muster Day Observance announced by Hershey National guard units members of the 899th antiaircraft artillery battalion Pennsylvania army National guard will hold their second annual a Muster Day a if Hershey on sunday february 22, at the armory at West Caracas Avenue and Ridge Road. The Hershey armory will be open to the Public from two until five . We Hen the facilities equipment and training exhibits will be on display. It. Col. Daniel Rogers battalion commander said that Muster Day will be observed in connection with Washington a birthday by army and air National guard units throughout the Continental United states Hawaii and puerto Rico. Headquarters and Headquarters Battery Battery a a a and the medical detachment of the 899th anti aircraft artillery battalion consists of approximately 140 officers and enlisted men. Hershey news comm big. Hershey a. Bulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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