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Hershey News (Newspaper) - July 23, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPoge 2hershey news july 23, 1959plan to dedicate new Herliey ambulance slate open House Drill for big 33 the Date for the dedication of a new ambulance h As been announced by the Hershey ambulance corps following the arrival Here of the new vehicle last weekend. The dedication program is being arranged for Friday july 31, at 7 30 ., at the fire Hall. On that Day the ambulance will be on display throughout the Day. The new vehicle is an s amp s ambulance on a Cadillac Chas Sifi. It was purchased from the one Dollar memberships and no solicitation was required. The decision to Purchase the new ambulance came during the past year As the ambulance corps surveyed the future needs of the Community. The committee named was headed by fire company president Percy Eckert and included Eugene Sajeski Ezra Landis George Vaughn Robert Raffensperge Paul seavers and William Garrison. A after considerable study the committee recommended the Purchase of the newly arrived ambulance As the vehicle that would Best suit the Community needs. The Hershey ambulance corps had its beginning a Little Over five years ago when the Hershey Volunteer fire company realizing the need of the Community for this emergency equipment decided to solicit the Community to deter mine if Public senti ment would warrant Purchase of an ambulance. At the same time it had to be determined whether there would be enough volunteers willing to give of their time to Man the ambulance on a continuous 24-hour basis. The response of the Community w As so overwhelmingly in favor of the service that the Hershey ambulance corps was formed. The first officers elected were Charles Muench sr., president Willis dressier vice president Ruth Hocker Secretary John Steen financial Secretary and Paul seavers or. William Abrams and Charles Brinser directors. Volunteers were trained in Aid procedures so that they could staff the ambulance when it arrived. The first ambulance was a Pontiac which was put into service in May of 1954, and which has been in continuous service since that time. Mutual Aid in the period since the Hershey ambulance group was formed a reciprocal agreement Between Palmyra Hummelstown and Hershey has been in effect whereby each is ready to help out when any of the Community ambulances Are Busy. A Hershey ambulance corps spokesman said a we feel that a wonderful spirit of cooperation has been shown Between the neighbouring corps. Hershey has had to Call on one or the other corps from time to time due to reasons beyond our control and Hershey has also responded to their Calls whenever the need has when the Hershey ambulance corps was formed and All the Public subscriptions were in it was found that the Community enthusiasm had resulted in Over subscribing the amount needed for the original Purchase. A membership was set up at one Dollar per year per family to include All dependents in the family. Persons Over 18 years of age supporting themselves were required to become members for free service. The free ambulance service is Given within a 50-mile radius of Hershey with a Twenty cents per mile charge for any mileage Over and beyond 100 Miles on any one trip. At the july 16 ambulance corps meeting it was reported that the vehicle had made 1,432 trips to that Date and had travelled 29,792 Miles. The corps has a present membership of 3,300 members. Approve new pastor at presbyterian Church special events Calendar Hershey Park. July 25�?maynard Ferguson and his orchestra in Starlight ballroom. July 26�?spring Garden band of York in free concerts in Park band Shell 2-4 and 7-9 August 27-30�?Pennsylvania dutch Days. Park Golf club july 22-25�?Pennsylvania Public links championship tournament. Hershey stadium August 1�?scholastic football a dream games Pennsylvania big 33 a state is. National High school All americans. August 8�?vfw drum corps Competition. Community building August 8-9�?Keystone Gladiolus show. A Joil to x of amp Hill sunday. July 26 All saints episcopal Church the Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd holy communion 7 30 . Children s Fishburn evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. J. R. Macdonald worship and Sermon the Rev. Ira o. Reed will assume the pastorate of Derry presbyterian Church about september 1, it was an a a us cd a Folly a to a his approval by the Church congregation on sunday july 12. Rev. Reed is currently serving As pastor of the Bedford pa., presbyterian Church a Post which he held since september 1954. He served for two years prior to that time As pastor at Williamsburg Blair county. He is married and is the father of three children. At Derry presbyterian Church he succeeds the Rev. William Sheldon Blair who resigned january 31 to become assistant pastor at the Westmont presbyterian Church at Johnstown. The big news on the big 33 this week is that next sunday july 26, an open Bouse practice will be staged with head coach Carl Snavely putting his boys through their paces on the stadium Field. The Public is invited to attend the drills. A band will be on hand to entertain. The big 33 squad is quartered at the Park Golf club while preparations Are going Forward for the Quot dream games on August 1. Some of the games highlights Bernie Bierman last years big 33 coach who led the Pennsylvania boys to a 6-0 Triumph Over the nations All americans will be on hand to receive a special Honor at halftime. Nineteen members of last years winning club will also be guests and will occupy special seats next to this years club on the Field. Featured in the pre game festivities will be the game band which this year will be Hanover High school under the direction of Bruce Wiser. The 120-piece High school band has appeared in Macy a Parade in new York City the new Orleans Mardi gras and at the Baltimore Zolts games. An added attraction will be a 1,000-voice chorus of girl scouts a the largest vocal group Ever assembled at any sports activity in this area. Also on display will be 66 Baton twirling beauties from the Central Penn area. Still another attractive feature will be Yorkus a can can girls a the official color guard for the big game. In less than a a ear the All High school girl team has risen to one of the top 20 Drill teams in the country. Reserved seat tickets Are available for this second annual event at the Hershey Park office second floor of the souvenir building. Mail orders will be taken by addressing checks to big 33, inc., Box 139, Hershey. Reserved seats Are $3 and 2. Enclose 25 cents to cover mailing and handling charges. On the sports scene by Elaine Huber Long the Hershey a. A. Kept their Strong Lead intact last week by winning the one and Only game they played a against Millard of Annville 4-2. The win gave them a arson a log of 16 wins and three loss of the season by a count of 3-0. The Hershey Ace out pitched the Here to fore undefeated Ken Maxwell Harrisburg Southpaw Star in winning the Mound Duel. Hershey a 17-2 record put them Only percen a Post Lola a losses in Lebanon City county twi p Light league play. Service 10 15 . Morning Pray 8 30 . Sunday school 9 30 . Or and Sermon 11 . Eve Ning prayer 8 Derry presbyterian Church. Church school. 9 15 a. M. Morning worship. 8 and 10 30 a. M. The Rev. George l Evans jr., Supply pastor. The evangelical lutheran Church of the holy Trinity the Rev. Robert m. Lezenby the service at 8 and 10 30 . The Church school at 9 15 .first evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan Early morning w worship service 8 a. M. Morning worship service 10 30 a. M. Sunday school 9 15 a. M. Union Deposit evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. J. R. Macdonald. Sunday school s 30 . Worship and Sermon 30 30 a. M. It. View Bible Church the Rev. Harry b. Suskey Bible school 10 . Worship service 7 30 Spring Creek Church of the Brethren the Rev. J. Herbert Miller sunday school 9 30 . The service 10 30 a. M. Evening worship 7 p. M. St. Joan of arc Catholic Church the Rev. Anthony j. Mayan sunday masses at 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 . Devotions 7 Church of the redeemer United Church of Christ the reverend Glenn j. Rader morning worship 8 45 . Church school 9 45 . Saturday Hershey youth for Christ Hershey fire Hall 7 45 p. M. Seventh Day adventist services 9 . Room 214, Community bldg. The Hershey news _ published every thursday from editorial offices located a use Community building Hershey Pennsylvania. Address All communicate was to Floyd w. Noye editor. Tom Brown started and a1 Henry finished As they collaborated in pitching a four hit performance. Brown gave up the four hits in his six innings on the Mound while striking out three and walking none. In his one inning Mound performance Henry struck out one walked none. Bob Bettleyon aided Brown in the winning cause with a three for four night As he paced Hershey a eight hit attack. Brown himself smacked two to Aid his own cause. Frank Etchberger a double and Joe toys triple also helped. 41 a the Junior legion had a triumphant week in Dauphin county legion league play As they racked up three More wins to their credit it Mie of them Over league leading Post 1001 to break the posts 16 game lost two parakeets one Blue winning one Green both with yellow Heads a a t lost in Vicinity of 1044 Cocoa ave Hershey legionnaires tipped Over �?T33 by. 149 cob Al and than be 3-7217 went on to win their eighth of a a winning splurge Over Bressler 2-0. And finally downed league leading Post 1001 by a 3-0 count for their ninth in a Row. Their season log is 17 wins and two losses. Both teams w Ere in on the scor Jing end of the game As Hershey Defeated legion 733. The Hershey team piled up eleven runs in one inning for what is probably a record in legion play and from there on settled Down to Normal play picking up three runs in the remaining innings. Miller and Snyder pitched for Hershey and the combination gave up Dight hits for nine runs. The combination also collaborated to hit two three baggers to help along their own cause. Gary Hinebaugh pitched a five hit shutout against Bressler to Aid the legion in chalking up another Victory. Spencer Snyder and Patrick smashed doubles to Aid the cause with Spencer pacing the attack with two for four. Dave Jacoby pitched a one hit shutout As Hershey handed the Post 1001 legionnaires their first capturing the four hits Given up by the posts Maxwell were Jim Price Jim Warfield Ken Snyder and Bob Pankake. _ Complete and dependable in Sura ice service Hershey Agency Ine. Joseph a. Mcculliss Monomer key Stofie 3-2141 emergency service fire and ambulance Telephone Keystone 3-2161 physician listed As a Public service the Hershey news lists the following physician for weekend care in cases where you Are unable to Contact your family physician. He is also available for Accident cases and transient patients. W. D. Stettler . Keystone 3-7050 40 e. Chocolate ave. Emergency service Hershey drug store phone Keystone 3-7669 include in your vacation Plons for next year adequate funds by joining our vacation club plan now. Don t let Lack of funds spoil your plans. Our vacation club will let you prepare conveniently for your dream vocation. Moke it a reality. Call on us and select the club Plon of your Choice. The Hershey National Bank member fed. Dep. Ins. Corp. 2 /2% paid on regular savings accounts
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