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Hershey News (Newspaper) - May 7, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania May 7, 1959 no. 19 musical version of a a pinocchio will be presented by the students of the Junior division of the Milton Hershey school As a part of the annual parents a weekend Observance at the school. Posing in character after a dress rehearsal Are from left Elmer Nelson As pinocchio Michael Moreland As Raggedy Ann Rossel Liott As Raggedy Andy and Victor Muslin us As harlequin. The youngsters will present a a pinocchio in the schools memorial auditorium at 2 30 . On saturday May 9. Photo Grant Custer parents weekend events Milton Hershey school Senate sponsors annual activities 15y Joe Seaman Milton Hershey school students will observe their annual parents weekend on saturday and sunday May 9 and 10, both at the Junior and senior High school and at the memorial school. Highlights of the weekend Jim ill ,-m us ical in the elementary school entitled a a pinocchio a a showcase of music at my so and the sunday morning worship service conducted by the seniors. Miss Lynette Waller director of music at the memorial school has Organ sized the musical play starring Elmer Nelson As pinocchio. The supporting cast includes Scott Miller As pinocchio a father Geppetti Ross Elliot As Raggedy Andy and Michael Moreland As Raggedy Ann. Several others and the chorus Inake a total of nearly 120 boys from kindergarten through fifth Grade. I Here will be open House at the memorial building from 2 of clock until 2 30, at which time a a pinocchio will be presented in the auditorium. Highlighting saturday evening will be the a showcase of music at Mhz a featuring the glee club band spartan orchestra and Junior High choir. The program will begin at 7 45 in the High school auditorium after open House and an elaborate Hobby show both a turning at g 30. During open House shops will be in action and Many displays will be exhibited in the classrooms. Virgil Alexander director of vocal music on the Hill has charge of the pro continued on four holding onto the Calder cup w As a pleasure for the Hershey bears As evidenced Here by four of the team representatives from left Lloyd s. Blinco general manager of the bears obie of Brien team Captain coach Frank Mathers and business manager Baz Bastien. The bears retained Possession of the coveted Calder cup for the second straight year As they Defeated Buffalo four games to two in the final playoff series. In so doing the bears became the first team in the 23-year history of the american hockey league to win the Calder cup after finishing in fourth place in the regular season _ it was the third time the bears nailed Down of the cup in playoff action. Their first title came in 1946-47, when the Hershey entry coached by Don pen Niston brought Home the Post season trophy. Last year and again this year the bears won the Calder cup under the guidance of coach scientist to be speaker Here Kurt r. Stehling head of the Vanguard and rocket propulsion division of the National aeronautics and space administration will address the Annville Branch of the american association of University women in the Little theatre of the Hershey Community building on monday May 11, at eight . Mrs. Ruby g. Landis program chairman and vice president of the Paauw Branch said the Public is invited to attend the meeting. There w ill be no admission charge. A question and answer period will follow or. Stehling a address. At noon on monday the prominent Young scientist will be the guest speaker at the Hershey rotary clubs lunch Kurt r. Stehling Eon meeting in the Community building dining room. Hannelore Scharek has been named As the student who will address the graduating class and invited. Guests at the 1959 graduation exercises to be held by Hershey Junior College in the Little theatre at 8 . On monday May 25. Her theme will be a member of Phi Theta Kappa Scholastic Honor society and pianist for the Junior College chorus she plans to continue the study of languages at Gettysburg College or Millersville state teachers College in preparation for a teaching career. A Hershey High school graduate miss Scharek has been tie recipient of Ninny awards a among them the Franklin and chemistry award in eleventh Grade. She was class Salii Taloria in her senior year 1957. Sebastian v. , chief of the state and regional organization of higher education and former specialist for Community and Junior College of the . Office of education will be the guest speaker at tie graduation exercises for Hershey Junior ollege on May 25. Or. Martorana is a graduate of the new York state College for teachers and received his master s degree and doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Chicago. Author of numerous works on professional education subjects or. Martorana has had wide As a teacher administrator consultant and specialist in education. He will address tie Junior College graduation on a a education today a a time of news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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