Hershey News in Hershey, Pennsylvania
5 May 1955

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5 May 1955

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Hershey News (Newspaper) - May 5, 1955, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 2 Hershey news Moy 5, 1955 Hershey news a Direh Xali the Hershey news published every thursday from editorial offices located in the Community building Hershey Pennsylvania address All communications to Floyd w. Noye editor. Tribute to a career would you be interested in a a help wanted and that called for the following qualifications. Applicant must be a psychologist must have a knowledge of first Aid and nursing must be an economist and budget expert must be Able to serve As chaplain teacher and guidance Counselor As Well As Cook must be a tireless worker and possess the qualities of patience understanding gentleness and firmness under sound like a pretty Tough order it is. Yet Many of those who read this column Are right now filling such a Job. Its the Job of Mother. On duty Twenty four hours a Day seven Days a week she has to be durable and dedicated to her tasks. There a no wage scale she is paid off in love and affection. She must have talents ranging from the ability to wipe Little noses gently to helping solve a puzzler in High school geometry from Patching Cut fingers to easing the pain of catastrophic teenage Heartbreak. She covers the Span of years from the time she mixes formula for her own firstborn to the later Era when she baby sits with her grandchildren. She a a True career woman. Sunday is her Day. And she has earned a real tribute from All of and ladies hear talk by a. Commander Sherman Mason state commander of the american legion was the guest speaker at last wednesdays second annual joint banquet of the Hershey american legion Post and its ladies auxiliary. The dinner was held at the Palmyra legion Home. Mason addressed the legionnaires and the auxiliary members on a your relationships in foreign affairs with emphasis on the communist situation in the Eastern world. Introducing the speaker was major Thomas f. Martin past commander of the local legion Post who served As master of ceremonies for the evening. Commander Edwin c. Miller opened the evenings set for graduation at Hershey or. College cub pack 203 session highlighted by awards badges and awards combined to make a Busy meeting on april 30 for cub pack 203, headed by William h. Hart Fiock cub master. Richard Walters and Michael Royer received Bear badges Robert Booth Neil Bohner Gregory Sakai Harry Gingrich Gary Thorpe and Freddy Brandt received Wolf badges James Winters received a graduation certificate which Marks the beginning of his boy scout career with troop 65. Bruce Rhoads William Wineske and Freddy Ernst became members of the pack and the various Dens were Given special awards. Chocol Aliers win in first event of 1955 season last is sturday the Hershey Chocolatier drum and Bugle corps took part in the loyalty Day Parade at Shippens Burg. The Chocolatier showed splendid form in marching to its first Victory in the opening of the 1955 Campaign. The band pleased the crowd with renditions of a papa loves Mambo and a without a they rehearse at seven p. Every monday and thursday on the Field adjacent to the stadium. Anyone interested in joining the corps May attend the rehearsals. A cd to u Jib kill a saints episcopal Mission a holy communion 8 . Church school 945 . Prayer and Sermon 11 45 . Prayer w. Lyndon Hess Lay Reader in charge. Derry presbyterian Church sunday school 9 15 a. Worship 8 Ami 10 30 a. W. F. Meeting 6 15 p. Vespers 7 30 p. Rev. Sheldon Blair . Evangelical lutheran Church of the holy Trinity services 8 and 10 30 a. Sunday school 9 15 a. Luther league 6 p. Rev. Stephen Schuler pastor. First United Breth Ren Church sunday school 9 15 . Service 10 30 a. Evening service 7 30 p. Wed. Service 7 30 p. Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan pastor. Fishbum evangelical United Brethren a sunday school 9 30 . And y.f., 645 . Worship and Sermon 7 30 . Union Deposit a sunday school 9 30 a. Worship 8 30 a. Rev. J. R. Mcdonald pastor. Milton Hershey school a worship sunday 9 a. M., Hershey Community building Public is invited. Address or. Philip David Bookstaber rabbi Harrisburg. It. View Bible Church sunday school 10 a. M., thurs. Bible Cius 7 30 p. Harry b. Suskey pastor. Seventh Day adventist a service saturday at 2 p. Pm. 206 of Community building. Spring Creek Church of the Brethren a sunday school 9 30 a. Worship 10 30 a. Group meeting 6 45 p. Evening worship 7 30 p. Rev. J. Herbert Miller pastor. St. Joan of arc Catholic Church 300 w. Areba ave. A sunday masses 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 a. Devotions 7 p. Holiday masses 5, 7, 8, and 10 a. Weekday 7 a. Tues. And fri., 7 and 8 45 a. Rev. Anthony j. Mayan pastor Rev. Domminick a. Mam Marella assistant pastor. United Christian services a Bals Baughs Church. Sunday school 9 15 . Worship 7 15 .plane spotters earn awards sky watching unlimited might be the byword of the Hershey ground observer corps whose members have received More awards for service. Certificates for 100 hours went to Ernest Accorsi and mrs. Ruth Robertson. Merit pins and bars for 250 hours were presented to Carl Britton m. A. Mclaughlin and mrs. Alice Mclaughlin by assistant chief observer Russell Aungst. Volunteers for watching for planes Are still needed especially for the night and Early morning tricks. If you can Volunteer Call mrs. Marlyn Herbst or or. Aungst. Or. College Art class visits famous gallery a one Day trip to the nations capital taking in the National Art gallery and other High spots was made recently by 26 Hershey Junior College students Linda Garman Carmen Gro Felizabeth Baugher Beverly Hutchison Sondra Smith Gloria Foltz Ronald Bierman Joan Rakosky Carlton Eyer Thomas Gamble Gary Eisenberger Barbara , Phyllis Ingram i ois Jones Rebecca Meyers Anita Runion Frances Snavely Rachel Snavely Diane Strickler Roberta Swarr Fred Wege Richard Dows Richard Hartman Mary Herr Charles Stoner and Vern Wolf. Emergency service fire and ambulance Telephone Keystone 3-2161 the schedule of graduation activities for Hershey Junior College was announced this week by or. Varnum h. Fenstermacher Dean of the College. A combined baccalaureate service will be held for the Junior College and Hershey High school in the Community theatre at 7 30 p. On May 22, with Rev. William Sheldon Blair delivering the Sermon. Rev. Blair is pastor of Derry presbyterian Church. Commencement exercises will be held by the Junior col lege on May 23 at eight p. In the Little theatre of the Community building. Guest speaker for the commencement program will be or. Paul a. W. Wallace former head of the English department at Lebanon Valley College. Or. Wallace is at present engaged in collecting and documenting material on the life of Milton s. Hershey. Benjamin Olena will deliver the student address on behalf of his classmates. There Are thirty three candidates for graduation in the class of 1955.along the Avenue Navy Seaman Bruce c. Vogel son of or. And mrs. Robert r. Vogel of the Hershey Community inn is scheduled to return to the United states on May 27 aboard the destroyer uss Steinaker after a three month tour in the. Mediterranean. As a unit of the u. S. Sixth Fleet the Steinaker participated in nato exercises with forces from England France Turkey Italy and Greece. She visited the ports of Algiers Naples Marseilles Palermo leghorn and Barcelona. A a with the fishing season in full swing the usual anecdotes have been coming through in streams. One concerned the difficulties encountered by Mike Schiefer who fishing with a party of friends on a Trout Stream nearly All the overhead foliage by repeatedly getting his into the Trees. But he caught four fish. Dick a Davy Crockett Yingling had a big Heel Blister As a trophy of one Trout fishing expedition into the mountains to the North. Fishing boots Are not designed for rugged hiking. The local frontiersman limped Back Over a Large slice of the Mountain real estate in Bare feet. And Allen Huber tells of meeting a pair of kids who were hiking up the Avenue one evening. One Young fellow was lugging the rods while his buddy proudly held a Nice fish. A watcha got there a inquired Huber. A fish a the boy said. What kind a a Trout a a guess so a said the boy. A sucker a said Huber a and a Nice the lad Wasny to impressed. Head caught himself a fish. A a airman third class Ernst h. Kalle son of or. And mrs. H. E. Kalle of Hershey has arrived at Alexandria air Force base in Louisiana from Scott Field Illinois. Airman Kalle has been assigned to the 366th installation company As a classification specialist. Alexandria air Force base is the Home of the 366th fighter bomber Wing a part of the tactical air command. A a the Hershey Junior College Spring formal will be held in the Spanish room of hotel Hershey Friday May 6, at 8 30 p. Alumni Are Welcome to attend. Tickets can be obtained at the door. 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. Or. D. L. Backenstose Keystone 3-2469 or Keystone 3-2510 73 w. Caracas scores heavily. In state music events from face of Eshleman Donald Ebersole Carlton Hoffer accompanist Karl Moyer. Only mixed quartet to be so rated in the state instrumental stringed ensemble a Superior a Sandy Stover student director Joann Johnson Sheila Blair Clee Hagaman Patty Reese Jane Brittain Elaine Deets Lois Shuler Gretchen Aungst Arthur Whiteman Esta Black Helen Grubb. Only group of this class to be so rated in the state boys octet a Superior a Kenneth Lehman Robert Weidler Samuel Groh James Savastio William Nixon Sandy Stover Bradley Christ James Long accompanist Karl Moyer. Superior rating shared with two other groups a cello Solo a Superior a Arthur Whiteman or. Shared with two others student conductor chorus a Superior a Karl Moyer. Shared with one other contestant mixed octet a excellent a Marsha stroll Doris Carl Doris Hein Mary Cave Glenn Weidler James Gruber Donald Spangler Kenneth Zimmerman accompanist Phyllis Hollinger. Clarinet quartet a excellent a Suzanna Harkcom Marylin King Robert Seltzer Ruth Miller. Student conductor band excellent Arthur Mentzer

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