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Hershey News (Newspaper) - May 24, 1956, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 4 Brownstone Lodge lists program for Corner Stone event masons from throughout Pennsylvania will participate in the Corner Stone laying ceremony for the new $130,000 Temple of Brownstone Lodge no. 666, free and accepted masons on the two acre plot at the intersection of Elm Avenue and governor Road on saturday May 26th at 4 00 p. Edt. Participating in the ceremony will be the right worshipful grand master Charles h. Nitsch and other officers of the grand Lodge Philadelphia a. Also attending will be Scott s. Leiby and Ralph m. Lehr Harrisburg past grand masters As Well As Ashby b. Paul District Deputy grand master. Invitations have also been sent to All officers and members of lodges within District 2, As Well As to the 515 members of Brownstone Lodge. Officers of Brownstone masonic Temple association Are Robert e. Miller past master president Henry e. Spire vice president a William Kishpaugh Secretary and Paul e. Deimler treasurer. Of modern split level design the Temple will be of Brick and Glass Brick construction with a social room on the ground floor and the main Lodge Hall on the second floor. Seating capacity in the Hall will be for two Hundred people. The Temple will be air conditioned. Claude r. Greiner a past master and a registered architect designed the Temple which is being constructed by Rose construction co., her Shey Martin l. Haldeman president. Hershey Pennsylvania May 24, 1956 they build for the future a theory is put to practice by these Milton her Shey and Derry township vocational students As they put the finishing touches on the two houses they built during the past school year on Cocoa Avenue. Milton her Shey boys at the left Are left to right William Willians Paul Murphy and Reynolds Waltmire. Derry township pupils in the scene at the right Are Glenn Morris Tom loser and Alvin boys build Homes combining the practical with the theoretical student builders from the Milton her she and Derry township schools Are completing work on two houses which they have erected during the past school year As part of their vocational training. The House building projects have been carried on for a number of years with work starting late in september and continuing through May. It is a phase of their education which enables the boys to be placed immediately upon graduation and is rated As one of the top educational projects in the state. The program is carried out with the co operation of the Hershey estates. The Homes Are then sold or rented with Hershey employees having first Choice. This years houses Are located in the 800 Block of Cocoa Avenue. Of ranch Type construction 40 x 35 feet they Are located on lots 75 x 150 feet. The Milton Hershey school boys who work under the direction of Earle Markley director of vocational education Are currently completing their 20th Home. Junior College graduates a Here Are members of the Hershey Junior College graduating class who will receive their diplomas on monday evening in the Little theater. _ first Row left to right Anita Runion Phyllis Ingram Barbara Hovis Roberta Swarr Sondra Smith Helen Shay Carol Moyer Kathleen Swartz Gloria Foltz Danae Strickler Frances Snavely Rachel Snavely. Second Row Fred Baum Faye frysinger Jestena Ebersole Ruth Walmer Beverly Hutchison Elizabeth Baugher Linda Garman Carmen Groff Rebecca Meyers Elaine Huber Gerald Wiley. Third Row Clayton Kauffman William Hershey Ricardo Annibali Richard Mckinney William Williams Richard Kieffer Charles Seibert Ezra Grubb Jerry Lin Nekin Oscar Pumarejo. Fourth Row James Samuels Russel Shurig Arnold Brehm Paul Hess Melvin Hirschfeld Bertram Miller Arthur Ross Warren Hoover Austin Kraft Richard Brubaker. Fifth Row Parke Spancake John Shenk Dennis Castelli Ronald Bierman Willard Freet William Weisensale Hayes Fenstermacher Robert Woods. Sixth Row Joseph Verdone Carl Hoffer Roger Eisenberger Eugene Dimagno remo Lonni Michael strange Carl Donmoyer. Since Brick work and masonry Are not taught at the school this work is done by outside agencies. The carpentry plumbing and Sheet Metal work electrical work and heating system installation Are done by the boys under the direction of their instructors. Markley is assisted by the following staff of instructors Robert Schelhorn carpentry Thomas Pratt electricity John Mathias plumbing and Harold Good Sheet Metal and heating. The Derry township school House features a custom built Kitchen Cabinet of Formica constructed in the school shops and hot air Oil Furnace. The staff of instructors consists of William Reed carpentry John Horn plumbing and Sheet Metal and Carl Farver electrical work. Wrist watch found a ladies wrist watch has been found and May be claimed by presenting proper identification to Earl Kohr Deputy Constable at the Community club desk. No. 21 Parade to precede memorial Day rites at court of Honor speaker for the annual memorial Day Observance at the Derry township court of Honor will be chaplain it col Donald c. Means division chaplain 28th infantry division Pennsylvania National guard. He will be introduced by col. H. A. Vernet jr., Hershey chief of staff of the 28th infantry division. Under the joint sponsorship of Hershey memorial Post 3502, vow and Post 386, the american legion the service will be held at 10 30 a. M., following a Parade at 9 30 a. In the event of rain the service at 10 30 a. Will be held in the Little theatre of the Community building. Chaplain Means is Rector of St. Luke a protestant episcopal Church Altoona where he has served since 1948. He also served As Rector of St. Paul a Church Harrisburg from 1939 to 1942, and was honorary Canon of St. Stephens Cathedral Parish Harrisburg in 1950. Canonically he has been a resident in the diocese of Harrisburg since 1936. He was commissioned a 1st it. In the u. S. Army air Force in 1942, and served from 1942 to 1944 in the technical training command. He served overseas during world War ii with Headquarters continued on pne Fourl safety Council award for chocolate corporation the Hershey chocolate corporation has been cited by the National safety Council for its safety program. The corporation has received the National safety Council award from the office of president Ned h. Dearborn for a achievement in reducing the frequency of disabling lost time injuries for 1955 numbered but 17 with a total of 6,105,677 Man hours logged As compared to the 29 lost time injuries for 1954 and a total of 6,460,818 Man hours. The corporation was classified in group a division ii food Section safety contest for the period january 1, 1955 to december 31, 1955. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. A Uduc Katt u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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