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Hershey News (Newspaper) - June 18, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania june 18, 1959 no. 25 tiny Eque Trienne Shelly Cassel 31/2, sits her Pony As she sharpened up her Riding prior to entering the Pony show at Hershey stadium this weekend. Shelly is the daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Cassel of Brookside farms Hummelstown route 2. Shown with the Little horsewoman is her Riding instructor Judy Martz 12, daughter of or. And mrs. Delbert Martz of Hummelstown route 2. The Pony is whoopee who was Junior Champion at the Pony show two years ago. Shelly Riding whoopee in the same show last year and a year younger than her present s a won a second prize in English Saddle and a third in Western in the children a class. Her teacher Judy will also compete in this year s Pony show entering the harness events. Shell drive in the ladies class a under 16. Last october Judy captured a Blue ribbon in the National horse show at Harrisburg Fri Quot the pleasure horse class unlimited age event. _ Pony show opens at stadium ponies from seven states Are entered in the third annual Pennsylvania p o n y breeders association show at Hershey stadium this weekend thursday. Friday and saturday. One of the Many events of the show which in Anks High in Public interest will be the children a classes on saturday morning when judging will begin at 10 of clock. More than 75 prizes trophies and ribbons will be awarded for the various classes throughout the show starting at 9 30 . Today thursday. Included Are Breeding classes harness classes harness stake classes and the children a classes. Show chairman Edwin b. Hershey said the show is open to the Public without charge and he pointed out that the harness classes will be of special interest to the s dec Tator because of the Fine equipment used. Some of the finest Shet lands in the country Are to be featured in the show including several valued at $20,000. Entries will come from the states of Texas Ohio Indiana Illinois Maryland Virginia and Pennsylvania. Hershey roses reach summer Bloom Peak the Hershey Rose gardens 42,000 roses in the Peak of Bloom Are drawing the attention of a Large number of the visitors to Hershey at Tatj. Present time. More than 1,200 varieties Are represented in the breath taking Floral display. Among the Many interesting roses to be seen Hershey estates Horticulturist John p. Mes Zaros said Are the current All american selection winners a Garden party Saraband and fire King. The Hershey gardens Are open to the Public without charge daily from 10 . To 8 . Free parking areas Are Bloom schedule for the gardens in addition to the roses through june 21, includes the following cotoneaster Cal acanthus spi Rea Sormaria mock Orange petunias snap dragons Vorenia alyssum marigolds Balsam and Sage. On the sports scene reserved seats for the second annual Pennsylvania big 33 Allstate is. National High school All american football Ganie a web on Sale on monday the renewal of the classic which proved its popularity Wiki the initial venture last year will be hew in Hershey stadium on August 1. The reserved seat tickets Are available at the Hershey Park office and mail orders Are being accepted. To order by mail checks should be addressed to 33, inc a Box 139, Hershey a. Reserved seats Are $4, and $2. With mail orders Twenty live cents should be enclosed with each order to cover mailing and handling charges. 00 biggest off season news Here in some time was the trading of Lier Shey bears goalie Gil Mayer for two Cleveland players. In the Deal Between the two american hockey league clubs Hershey secured 27-year-old de Senseman Gordon Bucky Holling Worth and 22-year-old Rookie goalie Claude Dufour. The Trade had All kinds of Mutual benefits. Mayer is a former Al. All Star goalie and was a Veteran Pittsburgh standout but he was sitting it out at Hershey after Bobby Perreault latched onto the regular goal ending Job. Mayer a ability and experience were needed by the Cleveland Barons who had Gerry Mcnamara Only filling in on the nets on loan from Toronto. So the 1959-60 sea Well see Mayer defending Cleveland a nets against his former teammates. Coming to Hershey will be no new experience for Hollingworth. Who played with the bears for 39 games during the 1957-58 season on loan from Detroit. Dufour is a promising Rookie Goa he and May be retained As understudy to Perreault or he May be Farmed out for More playing coup med on Page two it Gasper team slays unbeaten in Golf tournament action by Brent Hancock when the 156 com tutors in the annual Hershey employees Golf tournament completed third round play last week at the Hershey Park Golf club Pete no. 5 team remained the Lone undefeated club. In last weeks action. Gasper a group kept Dino Diclemente a no. 2 team in the cellar position As the no. 5�?Ters registered a 54-46 Victory to keep a clean slate. Harold Kendig a no. 3 team suffered its first defeat losing out 48 a to 43 a a to Bill of Neal a no. 6 team. Art garrisons no. 1 team remained ill Contention with a. 51 to 45 win Over Octavio Lalliss no. 4 club with the no. 4 outfit suffering its third consecutive setback. Fifteen men were Able to crack the charmed Circle with better than 80 cards Over the Tricky Par 71 layout. Pete Gasper led the pack with a four Over Par 75, while Art Garrison and Bill Pendleton shot 76�?Ts. Cards of 77 were turned in by Jay Swope Octavio Lalli Joe Kupstas Pete Ponzoli and Ralph Reese and four men were in the 78 bracket a Gene Smith Dino Pellegrini Bill of Neal and Han a Hamilton. Rounding out the elite group with 79 cards were Dick Bricker Tony Ortenzi and Frank Kamus. Fourth round play is june 20 through june 25 with the following schedule 1�?5, 3�?2 and 4�?6. Free Enterprise and . Progress communists rant and rave about american capitalism and would like us to believe its a dirty name. But what about american capitalism ? it is really free Enterprise. Free in the sense that it offers opportunities for individual Effort and Success. In Russia Success like everything else is regulated by the state. Under the communist system there is no individual Freedom so there is no stimulus and no Reward for Enterprise. _ with free Enterprise the United states of America has progressed farther and faster than any nation in history while the russians Are still thinking As Karl Marx did a Hundred years ago. One example new a Quot Ork state has More telephones Over eight million than there Are in All of Russia 3 2 million. The american Standard of living is the envy of the Woi old arts is the direct result of free Enterprise based to a Large extent on the fact that nearly All americans Are capitalists. That a right. Ordinary citizens in this country Are capitalists. More than two this is of the nations people own life insurance policies. Millions of dollars paid in premiums Are invested by insurance companies in business and Industry. Millions of our people own stocks and Bonds and have savings accounts in Banks. They Are All directly or indirectly. Capitalists. That a the open secret of the Success of our economic system. That a Why we live far better have More distribution of wealth More Freedom of action and Choice More Security and Opportunity More help for the needy More respect for human rights than has been achieved by any outdated ideology Ever conceived beyond our helped prepare playground Hershey a big memorial Field playground is now open j or the. summer season after preparation dating Back through the past school term. Each year the Derry township school District spends considerable time and Money in the maintenance and equipping of the playground with funds derived from the annual rotary Cocoa bean football game played by the squads of a Carlin Ltd a a re in of a it playground equipment was one of the school year projects of the boys in the building maintenance shop at Hershey High school. Here a group of the student mechanics work on Angle Iron seating brackets for the playground shuffleboard courts. From left Clarence Deppen Eugene Basehore Mahlon Gerlach and shop instructor Gilbert Lugar. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey to. A Ulk Kati a a. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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