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Hershey News (Newspaper) - January 8, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania january 8, 1959 no. 2 tax exemption club babies arriving in the maternity Section of the Hershey Hospital on december 31 were Given special recognition As members of the a tax exemption club and wer issued More or less official certificates declaring their eligibility a was an cd Dit Onai exemption for income tax the last Day of a 58 tax exemption club babies Are shown above left to right with their mothers a Debra Lynn Cassel daughter of or. And mrs. Lohn d. , i Hummelstown route 2 Jeffrey Lynn Bush son of or. And mrs. James Bush 21 South Chestnut Street Palmyra and Bonnie Jean Quisbert daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Guisbert 35 North Franklin Street Palmyra. At right attending physician or. Harold h. Engle Palmyra presents the tax exemption club certificate to Little Bonnie Jean who is ignoring the whole proceeding. The certificates Bear important looking seals and Are signed by the various attending physicians and the Hospital administrator. Births set new Mark at Hershey Hospital Little or. 1959, who arrived at Hershey Hospital at 9 45 . On new years Day is Ronald Lee Bright Bill shown Here with his proud Mother mrs David Brightbill of Grantville route 1. She a the former Isabel Dagnell. Ronald Leeds vocal objections stemmed from the fact that it was bottle time and he knew it. Two Hershey students in Bond event two Hershey High school students have been Danied to the list of participating students at the annual District band festival of the Southern District of the Pennsylvania music educators As citation that will be held m the Pequea Valley High school m Kinzer pa., on january 8, 9, and 10. The Hershey students participating Are Barbara Geesey daughter of or. And mrs. C. Dennis Geesey of 218 governor Road and Judy Burd daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth f. Burd of Hummelstown route 1. Miss Geesey will play the second oboe and miss Burd will play the second French Horn. Another new record year was established in the baby suite at the Hershey Hospital during 1958 when the number of births far surpassed All preceding years. The year end statistics reported by Hospital administrator Welch England show that during 1958 there were a total of 554 new Little citizens born at the local Hospital. The highest preceding year was 1957, with 508 births. Up until 1957, the hospitals record year for babies had been 1953, when 503 Little tykes had arrived. More girls the statistics for 1958 show a new development in that for the first time in a three year period girl babies outnumbered the boy babies 280 to 274. In 1957, the boys were in the majority 263 to 245, and Comuni Unity club prepares course for dog owners the eighth annual dog obedience training course will begin later this month at the Hershey Community club it was announced this week by Ralph l. Hoar club director. Enrolments in the course for canine pet owners will be accepted beginning tomorrow a Friday january 9�?at the Community club desk. The enrolment is necessarily limited to sixty. The classes will get under Way on wednesday january 21, Hoar said with subsequent classes on february 4, 9, and 25 and March 4, 11, and 18. All sessions Are scheduled for wednesday evenings except the monday february 9, class. The dog obedience training course which has proved its popularity Over the years is held in the Community building social room and is offered free to Community club members. For others there is a fee of eight dollars for the eight week course. In charge of instruction will be Clyde lamborn and George Boyer who have been associated with the successful program for the past six annual sessions. The course was first conducted Here in 1952, under the Community clubs auspices and was an immediate Success. The initial class had an enrolment of forty dog owners. The first class was taught by James Clark manager of the Putnam kennels Boston mass., who was then stationed at the Indiantown Gap military reservation with the . Army. Boyer and lamborn took Over the instruction in 1953 and have successfully schooled the dog owners Ever since while the popularity of the program continued. To grow. A limitation of sixty enrollees was necessitated in order to the 1956 arrivals included 252 boys and 232 girls. For. The three year Pericol there were 32 More male births than female. It cd nil need in four a it Eta lick Capaiu insure Good results from the instruction. Enrollees in the training classes come from Hershey and from Many nearby communities. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk a Ati u. S. Postage paid Hershey. A permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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