Hershey News in Hershey, Pennsylvania
2 Jan 1958

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2 Jan 1958

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Hershey News (Newspaper) - January 2, 1958, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 4 Hershey news january 2, t958 leads band at Orange bowl Earl r. Maj a son of mrs. E. R. Mays of 103 East Caracas Avenue a former her Shey High school music department staff member was the director of the third army band at the Orange bowl football festivities on new years Day in Miami Florida. _ Mays has led the 75-piece third army band since november 1956. Prior to his present assignment he was chief Arranger for the . Army Field band at Washington ., for ten years. The Hershey native entered the army in 1941. An old fashioned Christmas is recalled by this interesting tree and Yard setup at the Hershey museum. In the photo museum staffer Ned Light adjusts an a a ancient sixty year old alcohol burning train still in running condition. Visitors have been admiring the Many old handmade decorative articles a houses Church fences a Toonerville trolley a and others. Ornaments on the tree largely Date Back 100 years and Are sure to stir memories if you re old enough. Items were donated by or and mrs. Howard j. Shelley Hershey or. And mrs. William a. Wolf Lancaster mrs. Duple mrs. Sarah Miller and miss Catherine Sando Union Deposit Robert Fox jr., and miss Emma Walton Hummelstown Lewis Jenkins Harrisburg and the late mrs. Flora e. Light of Lebanon. Factually feminine by Elaine Huber one of Hershey a finest facilities for girls is the swimming Pool in. The. Women a club where Young ladies of this and surrounding communities May get some very beneficial exercise and the swimming skill that can save lives. It is Gratifying to see the youngsters taking to the water like veterans even though Many of them Are very Young girls. The Pool program at the women a club under the direction of miss Kathleen Lewis is gaining wide attention. Recently four Hershey girls a Ages nine and ten a brought Home trophies and a lot of satisfaction after competing in the big York White Rose relay carnival. The photo below shows the trophies and the smiles of the third place winning Hershey Quartetti a Jill Henry 10, daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Henry Quinn Zaccanini 9, daughter of or. And mrs. Quinto Zaccanini Randy son in 9, daughter of or. And mrs. Rudolph Sonni and Toni Decarlo 10, parents Are or. And mrs. Aldo Decarlo. All Are Hershey residents. The meet at York was the first aau meet for the Hershey swimmers competing As the Hershey Community swim club. The four Young mermaids captured third place in the ten and under Medley relay. Taking part in the meet w Ere twelve teams from Pennsylvania new Jersey Maryland and Washington For Jill it was her first experience at competitive swimming. Quinn and Randy had some experience last year in Competition and Toni at age 10, is the Veteran of the Quartetti. She a been swimming competitively for a year and a half. A a a the engagement of a Well known and popular member of the Hershey department store staff has been announced. Mrs. Mabel Markley of 418 Steitz Street Lebanon has announced the engagement of her daughter. Miss Virginia fees to Eugene c. Hickernell jr., also of Lebanon. Miss fees is a buyer of accessories and fabrics at the Hershey department store and is a graduate of the bar Bizon school of fashion modelling in new York City. Her Fiance is employed in the credit department at the Hershey chocolate corporation. The wedding will take place in february. The hockey picture a Home and Home week end series with the Buffalo bosons is coming up for the Pace setting Hershey bears. Frank Mathersn skaters clash with the bosons at the sports Arena on saturday night seeking their third straight Victory Over the Buffalo ice men. On sunday they will shuffle off to Buffalo where they hold a 3-1 Edge Over the bosons in games played to Date. The bears will be facing their old goaltender Gerry Mcnamara who recently won the Cage cop Job away from the Veteran Harry Lum Ley. Mcnamara came in As a temporary replacement for the injured Lumley but did such a neat Job that he has now taken Over pm a permanent basis. Hockey standings due to an Early Holiday press schedule the following american league standings Are As of december 27. W l t p of a Hershey. 22 8 3 47 118 85 Cleveland. 16 13 2 34 96 64 Providence. 14 14 2 30 108 101 Buffalo. 12 16 2 26 96 111 Rochester 11 16 2 24 79 108 Springfield 9 18 5 23 94 122 Hershey Aqua girls Jill Henry Quinn Zaccanini Randy Sonni and Toni Decarlo from left made a resounding splash in the recent big White Rose relay swimming carnival at York. The youngsters won their trophies by taking third place in the age to and under Medley relay event in the aau meet. Dunc Fisher who has potted 40 goals or better in three of his five campaigns with the Hershey bears is once again making things hot for enemy goaltender s. The Chunky right Winger aided and abetted by his Center Man Willie Marshall who is setting the Ahles individual scoring Pace climaxed his recent goal scoring splurge by firing a a a hat trick against the Providence reds. His third goal came in overtime earning the bears a 5-4 Triumph. Fisher is the deadliest shot in the league getting his terrific firepower from a Quick wrist action which catches goalies by Surprise. And what is most surprising he gets his goals the hard Way often with at least two opposition players dogging him every minute he son the ice. Lost a a Brown and White linked Cameo Bracelet. It was lost either in the Vicinity of Derry Road or Caracas Avenue. If found please Call Keystone 3-7678. A Reward has been offered. The Shepherd Sisters who were recently catapulted to stardom in the recording business by their waxing of a alone a Are Only one Quartetti among the sixteen record stars coming to Hershey sports Arena on Friday evening january 17. Other teenage stars whose records Are currently being played in the jukeboxes across the nation include the Everly Brothers Jimmie Rodgers buddy Holly and tie crickets the tune weavers the Hollywood flames Paul Anka the Mello Kings Jimmy Edwards Margie Rayburn Billy Brown Eddie Cochran and Sam Donahue and his orchestra. Hershey foremen club to visit Columbia Plant a visit to the Grinnell corporation Plant in Columbia has been arranged for the meeting of the Hershey foremen a club on monday evening january 13. A dinner will precede the visitation. Members vill travel by bus to Columbia for inspection of the Plant facilities. The program was arranged by Richard h. Mccrone club president. Have strange Dat someone attending the retired employees dinner on to thursday december 19, is believed to have worn the wrong Topcoat Home. Howard d. Snyder. 414 West chocolate .4venue, has reported his new lightweight Topcoat was missing after the affair. Nottier coat was still on the coat Racks. Or. Snyde would appreciate hearing from someone who has a strange coat in be closet

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