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Hershey News (Newspaper) - June 4, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania june 4, 1959 no. 23 Hershey Smi Morial Day Observance included the traditional Parade and memorial service at the court of Honor at the Community building. Four of the Pic in Cirals in the local Bose in Vance Are shown Here at the conclusion of the service from left american legion Post commander John d. Groh major Thomas f. Martin Parade marshal the Rev. Harry t. Richwine guest speaker and veterans of foreign wars Post commander Ernest f. Drescher. The guest speaker pastor of Lebanon a Salem lutheran Church said the Cost of War must always be counted in human lives and urged All americans to guard the things that men have died for. He said a we Honor those who have died for us by living for the land they vow Post commander Diescher presided at the service. The Hershey italian Lodge furnished the firing squad for the memorial Salute and a a taps was sounded by trumpeter Richard Hiler. Ray b. Miller directed the Milton Hershey school band. The invocation was Given by the Rev. Robert m. Lezenby the Rev. Or. J. R. Macdonald read the scripture and the Benediction was pronounced by the Rev. Or. J. Herbert Miller. Hershey High Seli ool seniors graduated the two Hundred and fifty one 1959 graduates of Hershey High school received their diplomas at commencement exercises held on wednesday evening May 27, in the Hershey Community theatre. Presenting the commencement address was the Rev. Aurance f. Shank pastor of Harrisburg a fifth Street methodist Church and a Well known Public speaker. His address was titled a command student speakers members of the graduation class appearing in a symposium were Elaine Kalent Vitch Irma Zimmerman and David Wagner. The symposium was held on the topic of. A patterns for living in the space or. L. Eugene Jacques superintendent of schools presented the class for graduation and the diplomas were presented by Derry township school Board president Marlin e. Balsbaugh. Presentation of awards was performed by George d. Lange Hershey High school principal. The Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd gave the invocation. Music for the commencement program was played by the High school orchestra with miss Jane Emel conducting. Vocal music was presented by a quartet composed of Robert Garrett Terry Gar Man Rodney Stoessel and James Kling with Marilyn Engle As accompanist. Honor graduates of the class of 1959, who earned an a a a average for their senior High school years Are William Meyers Francis Elmi Howard stauffer Glenda Beers Ruthann do mover James Kling Ronald Morgan David Bikle Patricia , Irma Zimmerman Eleanor continued on four Milton Hershey graduates receive diplomas monday student speakers at commencement exercises for the Hershey High school class of 1959 were from left Elaine Kalenevitch David Wagner and Inna Zimmerman. They discussed the topic a patterns for living in the space age guest commencement speaker was the Rev. Aurance f. Shank pastor of the fifth Street methodist Church of Harrisburg. The schools graduation program was held wednesday May 27. Ill the Hershey Community theatre. The 97-member graduating class of the Milton Hershey school heard a commencement address Given by or. Lawrence r. Hafstad general motors vice president in charge of research staff. The schools graduation exercises were held on monday june 1, in the Community theatre. Or. Hafstad was introduced by or. John o. Hershey Milton Hershey school superintendent. The graduating class was presented by w. Allen Hammond school principal and the diplomas were awarded by d. Paul Witmer chairman of the Milton Hershey school Board of managers. Joseph e. Seaman of the class of 1959 spoke the Farewell on behalf of his fellow graduates. The commencement Welcome speech was Given by William e. Ohnmeiss. As the Twenty fifth annual commencement exercises opened the traditional silent tribute to the late Milton s. Hershey founder of the school was led by Samuel f. Hinkle member of the Board of managers. The . Glee club was directed Virgil l. in vocal selections and w. Purnell was organist. Landis r. Heller jr., school religious advisor gave the invocation and Benediction. Graduating with honors were Summa cum laude a William Bowman Richard Carville Richard Doyle j. Kermit Findley William Ohn mess and William Yost and cum laude a a. Leroy Cole Gerald Duff Robert Fox John Hoeschele Gary Kennedy Sidney Kerr William Mash Chester Rose and Joseph Seaman. Class officers Anthony co Listra president Leroy Cole vice president John Hoeschele Secretary Ronald Stewart treasurer and David erd Man historian. Awards senior awards presented Al mondays class Day activities a a acropolis staff William Bowman Richard Carville Robert Fox William Howells John Mccabe _ continued on Page four at the Twenty fifth annual commencement exercises of the Milton Hershey school on monday was or. Lawrence r. Hafstad general motors Vic president in charge of research staff. Or. Hafstad formerly served As the first director of the . Atomic Energy commissions reactor development division 1949 through 1955. In january 1955, or. Hafstad named director of the Chase Manhattan Bank a atomic Energy division in new York City and in september of the same year he became general motors Vic president in charge of research staff. For development of a million Volt vacuum tube he shared the american association for the advancement of science award with m. A. Tuve in 1931. The of the Navy in 1946 presented him with the medal of Merit for his a major contribution in development of significant improvements in ordnance for the army and Navy a and in the same year the British government conferred upon him the a a King a medal in defense of or. Hafstad also serves As a consultant to the assistant Secretary of defense for research and news comm. Big. Hershey a. Sur Utt u. S. Postage paid Hershey. A. Permit no. 13 3547 bpo1if5tp0 if Iii Lei Imaki c

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