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Hershey News (Newspaper) - January 22, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania. January 22, 1959 no. 4 one for the history books former Hershey bears hockey stars turned Back the clock Between periods of the All Star game at Hershey sports Arena last thursday night and played a ten minute a old timers games to the Delight of the fans. In the photo the a old timers Are assembled with Herb Mitchell kneeling at left former bears coach and now the clubs chief scout As they prepared for their a a onslaught against a team of 4peritatt, lea�jue.�?oftldti�jepi2�?T. Front Row left to right Mitchell chirp Brenchley Scotty Alexander longtime and still. Bears Trainer. Freddy Hunt and Lloyd s. Blinco sex bears Star and now general manager. Standing Andy Branigan looking for Terry Reardon who was missing at picture time. Hap Ingram Tony Graboski by Buller Baz Bastien now bears business manage Frank Beisler Hank Lauzon Jack Riley and Walt Russell. Sex bears Buller and Beisler played with the ahle. U. B. Chii Reli ends mortgage the first evangelical United Brethren Church held a mortgage burning service last sunday morning to commemorate the liquidation of a mortgage on december 31, leaving the Church debt free. The mortgage covered the Christian education unit of the Church to the amount of $140,000 and a Kilgen pipe Organ which Cost $30,000. The Christian education unit was dedicated february 17, 1952, and the Organ dedication was held March 24, 1957. Taking part in last sundays ceremony were the Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan pastor the Rev. B. Templeton assistant pastor and two congregational leaders Long engaged in the mortgage project John r. Zoll and or. H. H. Hostetter. Others who participated in the service and who played important roles in the project were Monroe c. Stover William Dearden or. John o. Hershey c. J. Speicher and Mark Henry chairmen of finance committees. Raymond Shaver James Stover Clifford Barnhart and Raymond Evans general sunday school superintendents. W. Royce Ward Church treasurer Roy Johnson sunday school treasurer and Charles Batdorf building Cantina de a Pata Tao it Hershey Trust co. And National Bank elect Trust company reflects directors and officers John b. Sollenberger pres ident of the Hershey Trust company today announced the election of the following directors of the company at the recent stockholders meeting t. R. Banks James e. Bobb j. J. Gallagher Joseph s. Gumpher Samuel r Hinkle John b. Sollen Berger a. R. Whiteman and d. Paul Witmer. At the first meeting of the Board for the new year the following officers were reelected John b. Sollenberger pres ident a. R. Whiteman Vic president Secretary and Trust officer Joseph s. Gumpher treasurer and Trust officer and John t. Shuey assistant treasurer. The members of the Board of directors of the Hershey Trust company Are also members of the Board of managers of the a Milton Hershey school and the Board of them s. Hershey foundation while the Hershey Trust company acts As trustee for the Milton Hershey school and the foundation. A. H. Earnest retires from Hershey boards january 1959 marked the retirement of or. William h. Earnest from directorship posts at the Hershey Trust company and the Hershey National Bank and from the Board of managers of the Milton Hershey school and the Board of the . Hershey foundation. His retirement came after a Long and highly respected career in which his Wise counsel was of inestimable value in the development and growth of the various institutions with which he Markley was Factor in school s Rise Fricia a reelected by. Hershey National Bank John b. Sollenberger president of the Hershey National Bank has announced the election of the following directors of the Bank at the annual stockholders meeting held last week or. Sollenberger Samuel f. Hinkle j. J. Gallagher John r. Zoll Harold w. Hershey d. Paul Witmer a. R. Whitman John s. Baum Harry m. Spangler and Clarence j. Speicher. Bank officers reelected for 1959, Are or. Sollenberger president a. R. Whiteman vice president John s. Baum cashier and Secretary and b. Francis Carman assistant cashier and assistant Secretary. Was associated Here. Senator Earnest was eminently to serve As he did through the years. His honorary title is derived from the years when he served in the Pennsylvania legislature As the senator from Dauphin county a graduate of Lafayette College he later studied at the Dickinson Law school and was admitted to the Dauphin county bar. His distinguished Law career in mgt to a it Earle h. Markley director of vocational education at the Milton Hershey school for thirty years has been retired for nearly a month now since january 1. But a number of his friends have speculated that he May have already been Back to the school for a look in on the boys. Its a justified speculation since or. Markley had a big role in developing the boys school that bears or. Her Sheys name. Back in 1929, Milton s. Hershey asked or. Paul Cress Man then Pennsylvania director of vocational education for nominees to organize and head a vocational department he was planning to add continued on Polo two Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Earle h. Markley bulk Rati u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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