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Hershey News (Newspaper) - January 16, 1958, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 4 Hershey news january 16, 1958scholastic sports scene by Elaine Huber Laist weeks Soho Daisak basketball picture showed two close ones lost by Milton Hershey and another close game won by Hershey High. On tuesday january 7, Hershey High travelled to Shippen Stonig and came Home with a 58-56 win. It was the trojans second conference Victory and a main Factor in the Victory was the scoring of Carl Schiller. Carl had 6-8-20, with Lee Moyer following his Lead with 6-2-14 Foust had 6-1-11 and Price 4-3-11. Vital to the win were a foul shot by Jim Price and a jump shot by Wayne Foust with five minutes left to play in the third period. It gave the trojans a 35-32 advantage which they never lost. As of monday january 13, the trojans were in fourth place in the league with two wins and one loss. A a a lady Luck did no to seem to be with the spartans of Milton Hershey As they lost two close games to William Penn 58-54, and to Lebanon 68-66, last week. Milton Hershey was downed by a William Penn five on january 7 on Pennis Home court. Penn and Hershey swapped leads frequently to rough the third period before the tigers finally pulled ahead to stay. The fighting spirit of the spartans was not to be under estimated though for with but a few seconds remaining they Cut the margin to two Points at 56-54 but Ollie Ross of Penn netted a fielder to insure the Triumph. Leroy Cote was Milton Hershey Stop Man in the scoring department with 10-0-20, Bob Johnson followed him with 3-5-11. Marty Ruch also hitting the double figures had 4-2-10. Factually feminine by Elaine Huber ice Capanes duo s. V statuesque Helen Davidson who has been pleasing ice Capanes audiences for a decade with her Solo skating takes on Jimmy Grogan former olympic and worlds competitor As her partner in this years edition of the show coming to Hershey sports Arena february 13 through 25. Miss Davidson and Grogan Are partners in the profile presentation of Puccini a immortal opera a Madame in addition to a Madame ice Capanes is also featuring a miniature version of Bizet a colourful a Carmen a in which Ronnie Robertson Cathie Machado and Bobby Specht Are co starred. For the kiddies there is Walt Disney so fantasia a with the familiar music of the a Nutcracker suite providing a iting background for the skating wooden soldiers sugar Plum fairies and dancing Hippopotamus is. Helga three times German Champion is a new face and the perennial favourites the old smoothies Are Back As Are such popular munsters As Eric Waite Freddie Trenkler and Labrecque and Gray. In another close one the spartans dropped their third league loss to the Lebanon Cedars with the loss credited to Lebanon a deadly shots from the free throw line. Charles Fink won the game for the Cedars in the final 37 seconds As he Sank a pair of foul shots to break a 66-All tie. Seven of Lebanon a last nine Points came via free throws. High scorer for the spartans was Marty Ruch with 12-1-25 and Johnson followed with 7-1-15 Stebick had 4-3-11, and Cole had 5-0-10. Hershey Junior College will not play until january 25 due to midyear exams. Milton Hershey and Hershey High have some games coming up this week and next week however. Hershey High played Middletown on their Home court on tuesday and will travel to Waynesboro on Jan. 17. Milton Hershey played Steelton Highspire at Steelton on tuesday and will meet Lancaster this Friday on their own floor. A % in the last two wrestling matches held by the two schools Milton Hershey came out on top by defeating Manheim Central 23-12, but Hershey High came out on the Short end by dropping one to Reading 29-19. A Hershey Junior College came up with a pair of wins against one defeat on the basketball court last week. The Leopard team seems to be getting a Little life after losing their first five games. They lost to York Altoona Johnstown Millersville j. by one Point and Hagerstown my. They picked up a win against die College alumni and went on to lose to Lebanon Valley and at the beginning of last week january 6, they lost to Gettysburg j. . Back in the winning column again . Beat the it. Alto forestry school 85 to 60 on wednesday january 8, and Keystone Junior College 70 to 57, on Friday january 10. At the beginning of last week Gettysburg j. went on a Point making spree and chalked up a Victory Over the Hershey leopards 105 to 71. Seven of the a Burg players scored in the double figures. Terry King was the High scorer for the Home team with 11-2-24, with Joe Diblasio the Only other contender in the double figures with 7-4-18. On wednesday january 8, j. C. Travelled to it. Alto where it won its first Keystone league game of the season. Pat Dimagno and Joe Diblasio were High scorers for the winners with 5-7-17 and 6-4-16, respectively. Also hitting double figures were Fred Goudy 6-2-14 Allen Henry 4-4-12, and Bill Reilly 4-2-10. Last Friday night the leopards were once again in the Victory Circle As Allen Henry led the squad against Keystone j. C. With 10-5-25 and Joe Diblasio also hitting double figures had 7-3-17. This was Hershey a second league win. Or. And mrs. William e. Manbeck of 2932 North second Street Harrisburg have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Caroline Elizabeth Manbeck to first lieutenant David Paul wit Mer jr., son of or. D. Paul Witmer and the late mrs. Witmer of Hershey. Miss Manbeck was graduated from William Penn High school and received her associate of arts degree from Stephens Junior College Columbia mo., and her Bachelor of arts degree from the Pennsylvania state universe Hershey pastor has role in inter Faith program an inter Faith program in Harrisburg is of considerable interest to a number of Hershey people Many of whom attended the meetings at St. Stephens episcopal Cathedral last year. The series of meetings began today thursday and will continue each Thuiy Day morning through february 20. The speaker at the closing meeting on february 20 will be the Rev. Thomas w. Guin Ivan pastor of Hershey a first evangelical United Brethren Church. Other speakers include or. Rabbi Hillel Fine of Harrisburg Jan. 16 Adams county judge Clarence Sheely Jan. 23 Rev. Spencer Smith pastor of the Camp Hill presbyterian Church Jan. 30 Rev. Taylor Miller pastor of Grace methodist Church Harrisburg feb. 6 and the very Rev. Howard g. Clark Dean of St. Stephens episcopal Cathedral feb. 13. The program is sponsored by the women a auxiliary of the Cathedral. Second son born or. And mrs. Richard l. Garrison recently became parents of a son Richard Lee or. Their son was born in Glen Ellyn Hospital near Wheaton Illinois. The Mother is the former Priscilla Day of Providence Rhode Island and the father is a graduate of Hershey High school in the class of 1947. This is the second son born to the couple the first was named David Lee. Watch found a ladies wrist watch was found recently near the Hershey National Bank. The finder May be contacted by calling Keystone 3-9332. Too Many parents Are not on spanking terms with their children. Eddie Cochran handsome Eddie Cochran who is one of the 16 teenage recording stars coming to Hershey sports Arena on Friday evening has recently appeared in two motion pictures a the girl can to help it and a untamed Eddie who accompanies himself on the guitar recently recorded a a sitting in the Balcony a which is currently one of the ten Best Sellers across the nation. The experimental bakery and Candy Kitchen adjacent to the museum Hershey a. Our hone made bread and pastries Are taste delights for your Valentine place your order now for hotel Hershey sweets phone be 3 9100 Ity. She is president of Delta Delta Delta alumnae chapter of Harrisburg serves As Secretary of the Penn state alumnae club of Harrisburg and is a member of the Board of the american association of University women. She is also a member of the Junior league of Harrisburg and is a past treasurer of the friends of fort Hunter. Miss Manbeck is presently employed by Allegheny airlines. It. Witmer was graduated from Hershey High school and received his Bachelor of arts degree from Franklin and Marshall College where he was president of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. He is serving As a navigator with the u. S. Air Force at the Charleston South Carolina air Force base. An Early Spring wedding is Schell is engaged or. And mrs. Ralph w. Schell of Hershey route 1 have announced the engagement of their daughter. Loa Mae to Paul Edward Miller jr., son of Paul e. Miller sr., of 1427 Zarker Street Harrisburg. Miss Schell is a graduate of Hershey High school and is employed by the Hershey chocolate corporation. Her Fiance an alumnus of John Harris High school is employed by a. E. Hershey inc. In Harrisburg. A announce engagement or. And mrs. Claude Horn of Hershey route 1 have announced the engagement of their daughter Edna to Robert Rarich son of or. And mrs. Sterling Rarich of Nuremberg Penna. Miss Horn was employed by the Bell Telephone company of Harrisburg. Her Fiance is a graduate of Williamsport technical Institute and is now working in Ashland. No Date has been set for the wedding. The Hershey girl scout neighbourhood association is planning its annual Public card party. Committee Heads appointed recently by association chairman mrs. Eugene Garman Are mrs. Ralph Horst awards mrs. Samuel Tancredi refreshments mrs. Harry Lutz tables mrs. Harold Robertson Check room mrs. Harold Mohler general assistance and mrs. Gethin Kurtz tallies. Plans have been announced also to show a film depicting worldwide girl scout activities. The movie in color will be shown in the Little theatre of the Community building on february 25, immediately after school for girl scouts brownies and their parents. A it. And mrs. Richard s. Light Forbes air Force base Topeka Kansas have an Caroline Elizabeth Manbeck bounced the birth of a son in a Topeka Hospital on january 8. Mrs. Light is the former Patricia Knoll daughter of or. And mrs. Paul Knoll of Cleona and is a former member of the staff of the Hershey news. It. Light is the son of or. And mrs. Ralph Light of Annville. A a the monthly meeting of the ladies auxiliary of the Hershey Volunteer fire company will be held on thursday january 23, at 7 30 p. M. Installation of officers will be held at this time and miss Anna l. Kettering will show pictures of Africa. Miss Kettering served in Africa As a missionary. Parting note a somebody said i always feel Superior when i think of my neighbors faults mine Are so much group will meet in Library a presentation of interesting recorded music will be heard at the january 23 meeting of the Hershey i i club in the Community Library beginning at eight . The musical portion of the evening program will include s t r a u s so die Fleder maus Rachmaninoff a piano concerto no. 2, and a Robert Shaw chorale. Recorded music will be provided by mrs. Irene heaps and miss Pauline Copp. A discussion period will also be a part of the session. All persons of the area who Are interested in recorded music Are invited to attend the meeting which is designed to provide information and enjoyment. Be not deceived with Che first appearance of things but give thyself time to be a the right. William Penn. I
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