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Hershey News (Newspaper) - June 11, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania june 11, 1959 no. 24 name Paul seavers new president 01 ambulance corps Purchase new vehicle for Community s use Paul seavers was elected president of the Hershey ambulance corps at the organizations May meeting succeeding Mario Moratti. Other officers elected for the new ambulance corps year Are James Novinger vice president Patricia Wagner recording Secretary Christian Heisey financial Secretary and Clarence Jefferies director three year group announced that through the support of the Community the corps has been Able to select and Purchase a 1959 s amp s ambulance which is slated for delivery in july. The corps also reported that another first Aid class has been added to the Active Roll having completed a course of instruction under the direction of Harrison Shiffer Palmyra. In the month prior to the May meeting the Hershy a Amu Luce. four Calls and travelled g87 Miles. There Are More than 3,100 registered members. My v it x v colleges news of graduates in Hershey area no ugly ducklings a four Bali swans at the Hershey Rose Garden Are Happy residents of the gardens Small Pond where they paddle about apparently unconscious of their great popularity with Rose Garden visitors. Here they re busily feeding under the watchful Eye of their Mother. Called a a Cygnet a the Young swans Are feathered cuties and Bear no resemblance to an a ugly duckling As in the childhood Story. Children and grownups visiting the Rose Garden find the Swan family a fascinating diversion. Many an Amateur photographer has filmed the scene sometimes catching the youngsters crowding their mothers Back for a ferry trip across the Pond and often recording on film the threatening pose of the male part a Swami fans and Flower lovers alike Are find Itig pleasure in the Rose season at the Hershey Garden which is open to the Public daily without charge 10 . To 8 . Captures state police pistol title sergeant Leon f. Wrona of the Pennsylvania state police training school won the individual championship in the annual state police pistol matches held last saturday at the training schools Range Here. The Hershey sergeant fired a 477x500 in the .38-caliber Competition to Lead his fellow Hershey pistol men to the team title. The Hershey training school team had an aggregate score of 2337x2500. Team members were Captain Lewis Whitecotton sgt. Wrona Cpl. George Rover Cpl. Walter Wise and Trosper Charles Gesford. Elimination Champion was Cpl. Boyer. Dean of baseball Frank Bybee Center hands the first game Ball to Pitcher Barry Shellenhamer As Hershey a veterans of foreign wars Teener team opened its season at memorial Field against Paxtang. The local vow teeters Are a Brand new aggregation playing their initial season. Watching As Veteran Ball Pla ver Bybee turned Over the Ball to starting Pitcher Shellenhamer Are the team coaches Dick Miller left Mimi Gasper second from left and Ron Alexander right. Hershey air Park will Aid flight record try the air Park has joined with Central Pennsylvania aircraft owners business firms and the Pennsylvania air National guard in placing their planes at the disposal of Harrisburg a flying newsman Russ Binkley who will attempt to establish a new kind of flying record on june 21. Brinkley who is president of the Silver wings aviation fraternity will attempt to Fly Between 35 and 50 different types of air planes Between Sunrise and dark. The new kind of flight record try has never let Een tackled before and was originally slated As a quiet Celebration of the thirty fifth anniversary of Brinkley a first flying lesson. The Silver wings fraternity which he Heads is made up of men and w Omen who have been flying from 25 to 50 years. A any Pilot a Brinkley said can Fly 35 air planes in one Day. But finding 35 different air planes to Fly is a More difficult flying friends heard of his project and rallied to the cause. Ten air planes based at the Hershey air Park will be included. Harry Williamson air Park operator is a member of the record flight committee and has placed All Falt unti used a a pm three three Hershey area residents received baccalaureate degrees from Lebanon Valley College at graduation exercises held june 7. They Are Mary g. Koth daughter of or. And mrs. Otto Koth Bachelor of science degree with a major in music Educa-1 Tion Richard b. Klinger son of or. And mrs. Martin Klinger Bachelor of science Legree with a major in science and Karl e. Moyer son of or. And mrs. Samuel Moyer Bachelor of science degree with a major in music education. 4 among the prize w Inners at Lafayette College Easton pa., at the colleges 124th commencement was Ronald Eshleman of Hershey route 1. He received the mechanical engineering machine design award. Other Hershey ites receiving degrees from Lafayette College on june 5 w Ere Frank l. Hocker Hummelstown route 1, and Richard d. Kieffer 329 East Derry Road. Hocker is a 1955 Hershey High school alumnus and is a graduate of Hershey Junior to ollege. He majored in Industrial engineering at Layafette and served As chairman of the intercollegiate conference on government group and As vice president of the american Institute of Industrial engineers. He is the son of or. And mrs. George w. Hocker. Kieffer is a 1949 graduate of Hershey High school and was graduated from Hershey Junior College in 195g. He majored in electrical engineering at Lafayette where he was vice chairman of the american Institute of electrical engineers and Institute of radio engineers. His parents Are or. And mrs. H. Cleon Kieffer sr., and he is married to the former Dorothy Uhazie of Harrisburg. Eshleman graduated from Hershey High school in 1951j and from Hershey Junior col lege in 1957. The son of or. A and mrs. Earl e. , he majored in mechanical end j. Frysinger professor of chemistry and physics at Hershey Junior College has been awarded a National science foundation fellow ship to attend the sixth Rocky Mountain chemistry Institute at Montana state College july 20 to August 21. Prof. Frysinger a Grade Date of Elizabethtown col lege and the Pennsylvania state l University and a student at Cornell University has been teaching at Hershey Junior College since 1942. He has been a full time staff member since 1946. He is a member of the lower Xton township and Central Dauphin joint school Board serving As chairman of the educational policies committee on each Board. He has i Een Active in Church w Ork serving As Secretary of the Camp Swatara Board of and also As Secretary of the commission of Christian education of the District Board of the Church of the Brethren. Gine ering at Lafayette where he was chairman of the american society of mechanical engineers and a member of Tail Beta i honorary engineering society. He will do continued on Pace four Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. 8ulk Rati u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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