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Hershey News (Newspaper) - July 30, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania july 30, 1959 a no. 31 travel talk Hubert David belgian College student who will be a guest in the Homes of various Hershey rotarians until mid september tells four interested members of the Louis c. Smith family about his native country with the Aid of an illustrated handbook. Even Little Janet on her mothers Lap seems interested in Hubert a travel talk. At left is Jary Smith and his brother Andy is getting a close up look from the floor. Hubert was the guest of the Smiths last week immediately upon his arrival tall Blond belgian was born in Liege in 1941, during the German occupation of that City. In addition to French and flemish Belgium a two languages he Speaks dutch and German and is quite competent in English. He plans to become a language teacher in a University. He enjoys English and american liter Tui e and is fond of travelling. His visit to Hershey and the Opportunity to live in american Homes is a a most memorable experience in his life he said. Money talk Carole Munden of Morden Surrey England gives or. And mrs. Ray Kinch a briefing on the British monetary system while Cai Ole was visiting in the Kinch Home last week. She will be a guest in Homes of various Hershey rotary club families until mid september in the local clubs Exchange student program for bettering International understanding. Twenty year old Carole has completed her to earlier training and will launch her teaching career on the Day she returns Home from the United states. In England she will teach in the a a infants school a six and seven year Olds. Much interested in people Carole has found the Pennsylvania am ish fascinating and is looking Forward to a dutch Days for More of the lore of the Region. She is Active in Church work and enjoys travel Reading swimming Tennis and dancing. Pleven though a Loyal British subject she prefers Coffee to Tea. Milton Hershey school principal retires Quarter of a Century of serv ice to boys of the Milton Hershey school officially comes to an end with his retirement on August l but the relationship Between the schools principal and the lads who have come under his educational supervision during that time will a to of due to his deep personal interest and professional Pride in the Progress through life of the graduates of the past 25 years. During his years As principal he has seen 2,197 boys graduated from the school founded by the late Milton s. Hershey. He has maintained w Allen Hammond who retires August 1 after a Quarter of a Century As principal of the Milton Hershey school looks Over one of his prize possessions a a huge scrap wok filled with letters pictures and other souvenirs of his career As an educator Here and at Franklin and Marshall Academy. The memory Book containing Many letters from former pupils now in Many walks of life was compiled and presented to him by his associates at the Milton Hershey school prior to his retirement. Contact with Many of them and annually Renews acquaintances with hundreds of a old grads and their families at the schools alumni Homecoming. Projected As part of his retirement activities is a trip Westward which will be planned to permit him to visit with Many of a the or. Hammond came to Hershey to the principal ship of the Milton Hershey school in 1934 Wien the Junior senior High school was opened. At that time the school had a faculty of 35, with an enrolment of 352 boys. At the present time the faculty numbers 65 and the student enrolment averages 1,000 boys a year. His decision in 1934 to accept the position of Princis Al of the Milton Herliey school was one of the Wisest choices of his life or. Hammond observed. A it has been a stimulating and rewarding experience a he said. Lancaster count a an a native of Earl Lancaster county he was reared at new Holland. Upon his graduation from Franklin and Marshall College he began his teaching career at Stroudsburg High school and later taught at Jeannette a. In 1918 he enlisted in the army and was trained for Field deist work in ordnance after nine months of wartime service Duling which he became a sergeant the armistice was signed. But before being discharged he was assigned for a period of time cont Lnda or Etc to Root nine Hershey employees to begin retirement August 1 nine Hershey employees will retire As of August 1, it was announced this week by the Hershey chocolate Corion action Hershey estates and the Milton Hershey school. They Are Hershey chocolate corporation Helen ii. Hayden los Angeles Cal. employed since january 15, 1951. Charles f. Walmer. 328 West main Street Palmyra condensing employed since april 26, 1920. Earl f. Adams 128 Mckinley Street Palmyra moulding employed since february 27, 1924. Hershey estates Paul a. Uhrich Hershey route 1 Hershey lumber products employed since december 9, 1918. John w. Eby Lebanon route 4 filter Plant employed since april 15, 1924. Ada w. Ginder 907 East chocolate Avenue Cocoa inn employed since november 16, 1934. Minnie i. Adams 910 East chocolate Avenue Cocoa inn employed since january 13, 1948. Sarah n. Ream 43 Oak Lane Hershey laundry employed since May 29, 1933. Milton Hershey school w. Allen Hammond Milton Hershey school principal 246 East Carac is Avenue Hershey employed since August 1, 1934. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk Kate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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