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Hershey News (Newspaper) - November 12, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaNews to. 7hershey, Pennsylvania november 12, 1959 no. 45 laymen a Fellowship dinner a left to right Robert m. Lezenby pastor holy Trinity lutheran Church Howard p. Gabriel master of ceremonies Richard t. Sutcliffe speaker. Photos by Warrington. Laymen Fellowship dinner held Here a sharing of insights was the topic discussed by Richard t. Sutcliffe associate director of the department of press radio and television of the United lutheran Church in America at the first annual Layman a Fellowship dinner at Derry presbyterian Church on thursday evening. Approximately 100 laymen represented the protestant churches of Hershey. Master of. Ceremonies was Howard p. Cd Gibriel of the Host Church. In a rapid fire presentation the 41-year-old Sutcliffe a native of Columbia pa., and himself a sunday school superintendent and a member of the Church Council of a Large Church on Sivong Island reminded the laymen that a no particular denomination has a Corner on religion a Only by the sharing of individual insights do we grow in Grace a he pointed out. He challenged the group to continue in this a pooling of Christian resources in committee members w Ere Robert Lesher Sand Hill lutheran and Richard w. Hollingsworth Fishburn eur. Coordinator was Ivan l. Mease of the Host Church. In his absence. Pastor Robert m. Lezenby holy Trinity lutheran outlined the purpose of the dinner. Publicity chairman Richard l. Us Rich. Holy Trinity offered the invocation. The closing prayer was offered by Robert g. , of Derry presbyterian Church. Assisting the caterer were women of the Host Church. Youth appreciation Hershey optimists Are this week observing youth appreciation week. More than 200 youngsters were entertained last evening in the Community dining room. Thanksgiving a licks i Ley mom. No school annual thanksgiving recess Iler Shey Junior College closes at the conclusion of classes on november 24. Derry township schools close with dismissals at 1 30 and 2 00 of clock on the 25th Milton Hershey school has no classes on the 26th and 27th. There will be special visiting privileges for the boys at the cottages and farm Homes. Dismal note All hands Are Back in action on the 30th. Contributions Are totalled for 1959 welfare Campaign Quot Praise and appraise your schools Quot open House at elementary building a Praise and appraise your schools is the local theme for the opening phase of the Tri county United fund Campaign has been completed and the results have been Gratifying to the Many solicitors who handled this once and done Campaign for the chocolate corporation Hershey estates and Milton Hershey school. B. Francis Garman Derry township chairman planned to meet with his captains on evening to round out plans for the Community canvass. Homes the Tri county United fund or Lebanon county Chest donor stickers will not be solicited. Subscriptions to the Tri county United fund through the Derry township welfare fund totalled $16,.370.50 at the Hershey chocolate corporation. In addition $10,158-80 was subscribed to the Lebanon Community Chest. The total amount subscribed was $26,529.80. estates employees subscribed a total of $9,864.06, with �.7,7qj,1, Dot Ted to United fund and $1,656.961 going to Lebanon county Community Chest. Employees at Milton school subscribed $4,- 347.93, with $3,981.98 earmarked for United fund and 1 $366 to the Lebanon county Community Chest. In his message to chocolate corporation employees. President s. F. Hinkle wrote a on behalf of the welfare and service agencies which will derive benefits from your contributions we Are asked to express thanks and genuine gratitude to those of you who supported this Campaign much Good will be done for Many people As a result of your american education week and properly so. One of the real highlights to kiddies parents and teachers is the annual elementary schools open House scheduled for this evening. Superintendent of schools or. L. Eugene Jacques has suggested that visitors utilize the parking facilities in front of the Junior senior High school and ride shuttle buses to the elementary school. Open House for grades 1011-12 was held on monday evening with parents following a regular school Day schedule moving from class to class with a minority of commotion it might be added and a great Deal of zest. Open House for 6 groups of Grade 6 and grades 7, 8, and 9 was held Back on september 28rd. Visitors Are always Welcome at Milton Hershey school both at the High school on Patty a Jill and the Fannie b. Hershe a memorial building at the main. In a letter of invitation to the elementary schools staff outlined the purpose of the program a the purpose of american education week is to Call the attention of the Public once a year to the vital role of education in the life of our democracy. Schools have Long been held to be essential to Good government. It is for the child that the future must be made secure. A american education week is sponsored by the National educational , the american legion the United states office of education and the National Congress of parents and teachers with the cooperation of Lay and religious meeting a the Parent talks backs a is the subject for the panel discussion at the meeting in the Al purpose room of the elementary school building on november Lgth. Moderator will he mrs. Ralph Horst. Or. I., Eugene Jacques suit or intendant of Derry township Public schools will discuss Quot a look at our there will be a question and answer period. Time 7.3 t p. A. Successful candidates in Derry township seated left to right Harry b. Reese jr., e. Morse heis school directors. John r. Zoll Register of wills for Dauphi n county. J. Clifford Barnhart esq., school director. Standing Brent i. Hancock Justice of the peace. Henry p. Stover auditor. John j. Lepperd b. Sollenberger president of the Hershey estates and ranking past president of the Hershey Volunteer fire company 1928-29 presents the Gavel to president Percy Eckert. Marlin e. Balsbaugh former financial Secretary left introduced or. Sollenberger at installation ceremonies last tuesday evening. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable
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