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Hershey News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 2 Hershey news March 12, 1959 23 Fields to be covered in career Naglit for parents and High school students Twenty four consultants on 23 career Fields will hold sessions for Hershey High school students and parents in the High school building on monday March 16, when the Derry township Parent teacher association sponsors the 1958-59 career night. Keynote speaker for the event will be the Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd vicar of Hershey Sall saints episcopal Church. The career night activities will begin at 7 30 . In the school auditorium. All parents and students of grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 Are invited to meet and talk with representatives of the following colleges vocations and business Fields College admissions Ben d. James Dickinson College religious studies Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd nursing mrs. Natalie whittle new Comber r.n., Hershey medical occupations Welch England Hershey Hospital. Airline occupations Jack Manger Allegheny airlines secretarial services George Morgan Thompson business College Telephone services miss Jane Ann Reed Bell Telephone company teaching Charles Kent Millers Ville state teachers College accounting and bookkeeping John Curry main and company chemical engineering Robert Schock Hershey chocolate corporation general engineering Louis c. Smith Hershey chocolate corporation. Nuclear science Shaffer Day Olmsted air Force base drafting c. Kline Kuntz Hershey lumber products Auto mechanics Fred Hite Milton Hershey school foods and fashions miss Dorothy Dean Pomeroy a and mrs. Leroy Broadwater Hershey Hospital. Military obligation National guard warrant officer Charles Harbald Hershey a Junior College or v. H. Fenstermacher Beauty culture Clifford Swartz Kendells school of Beauty culture building trades James a. Savastio Hershey. Radio and television maintenance Richard Williard Hershey clerical occupations Quot Richard Bacastow Hershey chocolate corporation Art and advertising Nick Ruggieri Patriot and evening news Selling and merchandising Edward Matey Pomeroy a. Special services announced by Spring Creek Church holy week services at the Spring Creek Church of the Brethren will be held on Maundy thursday and Good Friday at 7 30 ., it was announced by the Rev. J. Herbert Miller pastor. The youth choir will sing on thursday and the senior choir on Friday. A special Palm sunday service of music will be presented by the choirs of the Church at seven . Spring Creek Church will hold its nineteenth annual Sunrise service on easter sunday at six ., sponsored by the youth Fellowship groups of the Annville big Swatara Conewago Palmyra and Spring Creek congregations. Easter morning worship will be held at 10 30 ., with Rev. Miller speaking on the theme a your Assurance of special music will be provided by the Junior youth and senior choirs. An easter program of music and the spoken word will be presented at seven . By the youth Fellowship and youth choir. Special events Calendar sports Arena March 14�?hockey Hershey is. Providence 8 . March 21�?hockey Hershey is. Rochester 8 pm Coil to sunday. All saints episcopal Church the Rev. Kermit l. Loyd holy communion 7 30 Church school 930 a. M. Choral eucharist and Sermon 11 a. M. Evening prayer 8 p. M. Derry presbyterian Church. Church be Hoire 9 15 a. M. Morning worship 8 and 10 30 a. M. Rev. George i. Evans jr., Supply pastor. The Evang Kcal lutheran Church of the holy Trinity Cine Rev. Robert m. Lezenby the service at 8 and 10 30 The Chur i so tool at 9 15 First evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan Early morning worship service 8 a. M. Sunday school 9 15 a. M. Morning worship service 10 30 a. A Milton Hershey school worship service 9 00 a. M. In the Hershey Community theatre. It. View Bible Church the Rev. Harry b. Suskey Bible school 10 a. M. Worship service 7 30 a. M. March 15 Union Deposit evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. J. R. Macdonald sunday school 9 30 a. M. World service Day 7 30 p. M. Fishburn evangelical United Brethren Church the Rev. J. R. Macdonald sunday school 9 30 a. M. Worship and Sermon 10 30 a. M. Spring Creek Church of the Brethren the Rev. J. Herbert Miller sunday school 9 30 Hie service 10 30 a. M. Evening worship 7 p. M. St. Joan of arc Catholic Church the Rev. Anthony j. Mayan sunday masses at 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Devotions 7 . Church of the redeemer United Church of Christ the reverend Glenn j. Rader Church school 9 15 a. M. Worship 10 30 a. M. Saturday Hershey youth for 3irist Hershey fire Hall 7 45 p. M. Seventh Day adventist services 9 Room 214, Community bldg. College chronicle by Joan Lollo a Bell Book and Candle a Hershey Junior colleges newest production promises an enchanting evening of entertainment witches and All on March 19 and 20 in the Little theatre of the Community building starting at 8 p. M. Mary Ann Donovan in the leading role of the modern Day Witch Gillian Hal Royd gives another excellent performance in the hic players last production of the season. She has previously appeared in a an inspector Calls and a the tender Reid Henderson will give his premiere performance As the male Lead. Shepherd Henderson. He has previously acted in the performance of Thornton Wilder a play a your in the supporting roles Are Rod Pera and Gloria Whitmer As Nicky Halroyd and aunt Queen in. This is their first performance for the players. Ken Peiffer who had the male Lead in a the tender trap a will appear As Sidney Relitch the Zany author of the noted Book a magic in her stage debut in this show will be Cho Sheba playing the role of Pew jacket Gillian Hal Royds siamese cat Cho Sheba is a one year old Seal Point siamese cat belonging to Joanne Phillips a student at . A a a fourteen students represented Hershey Junior College at the inter collegiate conference on government Central Region meeting held at Millersville state teachers College on saturday March 7. Several of the Hershey students served As officers Faye Imhof was assistant clerk Harold Balmer chief sergeant at and William Reilly chairman of the judiciary committee. Some former Hershey Junior College ice members also held office at the convention. Wayne Hummer currently at Lac was chairman of the meeting Richard Thunberg Dickinson was parliamentarian and Louis Henderson Millersville served As sergeant at . Tulip time at the Hershey gardens will be approximately april 25-May 10. Herliey Park opens for the season on sunday april 26. Emergency service fire and ambulance Telephone Keystone 3-2161 physician listed As a Public service the Hershey news lists the following physician for weekend care in cases where you Are unable to Contact your family physician. He is also available for Accident cases and transient patients. L. G. Fetterman , Keystone 3-7353 or 3-7363 41 w. Caracas ave. On the sports scene by Elaine Huber Milton Hershey schools wrestlers captured three first places in the 24th annual College prep school Academy wrestling championships held last weekend at Lehigh University. Bill Marcavage copped a first in the heavyweight division with a decision Over Stremic of Perkio men 7-0. Marcavage decision Ned Hodge of new York 5-0, in tie Semi finals. Ted Shelley gave the spartans the Victory in the 136-Pound class with a 3-0 decision Over Marinucci of new York. Shelley won a Deci Sion Over Fullhart of Kiski 3-0, in the semis. The third spartan first place was captured in the 106-Pound event by Milton Hershey a undefeated wrestler Carl Rhodes who decision Ned Clark of Hill school 6-0. Rhodes Semi final win was a 5 0 decision Over Kiernan of new York. The spartans also had some wrestlers in Minnerup positions. Ron Menser was second in the 123-Pound class Bob Fox was a runner up in the 148-Pound class and Chester Bigelow won a runner up ribbon in the 154-Pound class. Wayland Alexander took third place for the spartans in the 115 by pinning Moffat of Hill school and Joe do Allesandro Ami Tony Colistra both gained fourth place ribbons. Hill school won team honors with 88 Points while Milton Hershey was a close second with 81. A a a five Hershey High school grapplers entered into Competition in the District three wrestling championships but Only one weathered the storm. Karl Kemble retained his District three Crown last weekend at Central Dauphin in the heavyweight class. His Superior strength proved too much for his opponents. Kemble Defeated Ben Newsome of Susquehanna in the Semi finals by a 2-0 decision and decision Ned Ross Gardner of Mechanicsburg 4-0 in the finals. Don Shifflet lost out in the final round to Bob Lutz of mechanics Burg on a 7-2 decision. Lutz took a 2-0 Lead on a first Quarter reversal and went on to win it handily. Thus Shifflet a District runner up last year at 95 pounds was once again sent Home with a runner up position. He decision Ned Ken Carpenter of Manheim township in the Semi finals. Mike Williams lost out in the final round to Charles Shaffer Northern a undefeated 133-Pound Star in a thrilling match. Mike was ahead 4-3 in the final 30 seconds when Shaffer pulled it out with a reversal of a near fall. The final score was 6-5. Jay Kopp lost out in the semifinals when he was decision Ned 3-0 by Vance Miller of Newport. A Cleon Cassell former Hershey wrestling Star is among the grapplers Given a Good Chance of winning individual titles in the Eastern intercollegiate wrestling a tourney at come on Friday and saturday March 14 and 15. Cassell is undefeated in dual meets this year and is among the favourites at 123 pounds but will have to defeat Cornellus Llave Auble Flie defending Eastern Champion and Pitts Paul Powell Vino won the National collegiate championship last year. Cleon is attending Franklin and Marshall College. Ronald u. Bender former Milton Hershey school grappler in the class of 1955, is a member of the varsity wrestling team at the University of Pennsylvania. Wrestling in the 167-lb. Class his record to Date has included a fall Over his opponent in a dual meet with Lafayette College. A a members of the Hershey High school swim team were entered in the 25th annual Eastern regional Pisa swimming championships at Franklin amp Marshall College Pool. Pat Lauzon placed third in tiie 50-Yard freestyle behind first place Lanny Reppert of upper Darby and Lawrence Leopold of Jenkintown. Hockey standings As of March w l t Buffalo. 37 Hershey. 32 Cleveland. Rochester. Providence. 27 Springfield. 25 24 27 33 29 32 29 37 39 p of a 78 222 183 69 195 184 68 237 241 66 227 196 59 205 244 51 227 265 Boh Santarelli captured a third place behind record breaking Joel Shanabrough of York and second place Reppert of upper Darby. Hershey a 200-Yard freestyle relay team took a second place edging out the York relay team and following record breaking Lancaster. Members of the team were Lauzon Dino Pellegrini. Byron Koons and Bob Santarelli. Hershey also entered the 200-Yard Medley relay and placed sixth among the 15 schools in the meet. In team Competition Hershey placed seventh with eight Points. A saturday March 7, the Hershey Community club boys swim team swamped the Lancaster Myca u8 to 46. Kevin Weir took first place in to in 25-Yard freestyle and second in the 25-Yard breaststroke in the Cadet division. Also swimming in that division John Boslego won a first place in the 25-Yard breaststroke and was first in the 50-Yard backstroke in the prep division. Kerry Ryman swimming one of the Best races of the Day in the freestyle relay came from approximately 15 feet behind on the last leg of the race to give Hershey the win. Ryman also took a first in the 25-Yard backstroke. Mike Vanasco captured first in the 25-Yard Butterfly and Martin Vanasco was second in the 23-Yard Butterfly Hershey won the 100-Yard Medley relay Martin Vanasco Kerry Ryman Kevin Weir John Boslego and the 100-Yard freestyle relay Vanasco Vanasco Mike Mathers Ryman. In the prep division Karl Miller took a first in the 50-Yard freestyle and the Loo Yard freestyle Ray Herbert was first in the 50-Yaird breaststroke and skip Boyer came in second in the 50-Yard freestyle. All three boys were in both relays. Skip Hemet was second in the 50-Yard breaststroke and George stauffer took a second in the individual Medley. The Junior division saw taking their first loss of tie season. Gilson Cash took first it the 50-Yard and the 100-Yard freestyle Glenn Hollingsworth Wae first in the 50-Yard backstroke a cd Dave Good was first in the 50-Yard Butterfly and second in the 50-Yard freestyle. All were entered in the a 200-Yard freestyle relay. A Larry Evans was third in diving. A tie 10 and under and 11 and 12 classes of the Hershey Community club girls swim team Defeated Lebanon last weekend swimming most of their second team. Donna Paioletti in the 10 and under took two first places in the 25-Yard breaststroke and Tisci 25-Yard freestyle. Swimming 11 and 12 class Phyllis sch Cigert 50-Yard freestyle Susie Boslego 50-Yard breaststroke and Toni Decarlo 50-Yard freestyle All toot firsts. Taking second places in the meet which they won 49 to 37, were Sharman Howell Nancy Paioletti Ronnie Prang and Jackie Cifani. A a a the Hershey Community club is offering a course in senior life saving which will begin tonight thursday March 12 and will be held every to misday and Friday night Between the hours of 8 and 10 . For approximately Eit weeks. I Don Smith Community club athletic director announced hat those wishing to join the class do not have to be club members and that there will be no fee for Takuie the course. A a football coach Frank Kamus announced this week that at a football meeting held last week 90 boys reported. He also announced that lie and John Hanshue will attend the National football clinic from March 16 to March 19 at Atlantic City. ,
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