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Hershey News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 q Hershey Pennsylvania june 25, 1959 no. 26 63 youngsters attend Junior Golf clinic Junior Golf clinic sessions this year have exceeded past popularity and Hershey Golf pro Jay Weitzel now has sixty three youngsters from age 8 to age 16 swinging away under the watchful eyes of Weitzel and Frank Kamus of the juvenile Golf club. The clinics include instruction periods and various types of tournament play for the enrollees members of the juvenile Golf club and children of Hershey country club members. The photo above shows part of the 8-to-12 group at the practice Fairway at the country club left to right kneeling a Warren Shaffer Susan Boslego Nan Smith Elizabeth Evans Beverly Bellemann Gail Buzby Shawnee Weitzel Susan Gumpher Sandra Gibble and Larry Hummer standing a Weitzel Tom , Sam Condo Robert Kissinger Thomas Gibble David Miner Daniel Barry John Payne Joey Kupstas Bob Booth Mike Mathers Mike Gish and Michael hand. Photo below a Weitzel corrects Jim Gibblets swing while Peggy Evans at left and Beverly hand watch with interest during one of Weitzell a sessions with the Over-12 age group. Nine Hershey employees to retire the july 1 retirement of nine Hershey Emido yees has been announced this week. Retiring Are Edmund m. Blanken 649 Linden Road Hershey Foreman. Printing department Hershey chocolate corporation employed since september 1, 1934. Oscar fors 501 West main Street Hummelstown factory mechanics Hershey chocolate corporation employed since 5, 1933. George e. Heidi 333 North Locust Street Palmyra traffic department Hershey chocolate corporation employed since november 21, 1932. Daniel b. Motter Wall and Railroad streets Hummelstown condensing Hershey chocolate corporation employed since november 7, 1911. Mary l. Tennis 103 West Granada Avenue Hershey miniatures Hershey chocolate corporation employed since january 12, 1948. Nellie m. Williams nurses Home Hershey Hospital employed since december 9, 1947, Homer s. Heistand and Lillian i. Heistand Milton Hershey school m. H. S. Dauphin. Or. Heistand was employed since March 29, 1954, and mrs. Heistand since March 15, 1954. Willard j. Packard Milton Hershey school m. H. S. Nassau employed since March 4,1947. Foreign students 0 be guests of rotarians Here an 18-year-old belgian lad and a 20-year-old British miss will be guests of the Hershey rotary club this summer As part of the clubs program of furthering International understanding. They will be House guests of rotary families during their visits Here. The visitor from England will be miss Carole a. Hunden of Morden Surrey a student in a teacher training course at Cockerill training College Bishops Stor Ford Hertfordshire. A member of the evangelical Church of England Carole is Active in sunday school choir and Church work. She is especially fond of children and is planning for a career As a teacher. She will visit Hershey from july 18 to september 15, from Belgium will come Hubert David who was born in Liege during the German occupation of the City. David Speaks English dutch and German and enjoys Reading american and English literature. David will be Here from july 20 to september 17. The rotary clubs program of sponsoring foreign students in the local Community is being coordinated by h. A. Hemet or. Last summer the club had As its guest Jean Claude a Poz a French student of agriculture. The Success of the years project resulted in the decision to sponsor two overseas visitors this year. Vacation can be Beautiful. July s Bright hot Days Are next on the Agenda bringing with them the High temperatures of vacation fever. This is Fine. Vacation Means a change of Pace and a change of scenery rest relaxation and a general reappraisal of life. A a part of the fun of vacation is the planning and anticipation whether it be for a Retiz eat to the seashore or mountains an Auto junket to far places or a Back. Yard loafing session with Side trips to a favorite fishing Stream. For Complete enjoyment however be done wisely and Well. Motoring vacationers should not Only have Well planned Highway routes but also a Safe vehicle. This Means a Good checkup of tires brakes lights and other. Features. A the folks heading for water sports , pools and lakes should be ready for water safety and be alerted to protect themselves from overdoses of sunburn. Elder members of the family especially should remain aware of the danger of Over exer tin and overheating while a vigilant Vej e should be assigned at All the younger generation wherever water of any depth is All Type of vacation trips persons starting out to seek rest and relaxation should guard against fatigue As they pursue unusual daily habits such As swimming hiking , Golf. Motorists on tour should time themselves so that they do not a reach fhe fatigue Point in driving Long in summer traffic. A tired Driver is not an Alert Driver and even a minor Auto Accident can be a Vaca Tion spoiler. An important preparation for is the closing of their Homes during the period when the occupants will be away. Whenever possible it is a Good idea to leave a key with a neighbor just in Case trouble develops while the householders Are absent. Before leaving Home a thorough Check should be made to see that windows and doors Are closed and secured that All water taps Are tightly shut and that no inflammable materials Are left in condition to Start a fire. Such precautions All help to make a vacation More restful and relaxed. Its no fun to picture from 200 Miles from Home the unlocked Side door the attic window left often or the dog you locked in the after bribing the neighbor kids to feed him. Hershey toastmasters club chartered with 38 members the new 38-member toastmasters club of Hershey received its charter from toastmasters International o n thursday evening june 18, at a charter party held Here. The charter presentation was made by or. Armand g. Sprecher of Bala Cynwyd pa., governor of District 38, International. Receiving the charter for the Hershey club was president Howard p. Gabriel. George Flannery incoming District governor was a special guest. The toastmasters club is designed for Mutual development of modern techniques in communication of ideas understanding of administrative obligations appreciation of the Richness of our language and the stimulation of Friendship by Fellowship. Serving As officers of the Hershey group along with president Gabriel Are Richard l. Uhrich and Leonard Snyder vice. Presidents Harry b. Reese Secretary Harold e. Ingram treasurer and Jack Contona Dob re Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey pro. Bulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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