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Hershey News (Newspaper) - November 26, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 3 Hershey Pennsylvania november 26, 1959 no. 46 Turkey. Milton Hershey school poultry department manager n. E. Meashey holds a Biff 2.�?~5-Poiind Bird while fellow employee Clarence Cooper symbolizes what happens to Nice Birds around this time of year. This is Only one of approximately 11,000 turkeys raised this year Community thanksgiving observation As has been the custom for Many years the Community will observe a a service of thanksgiving a with combined protestant services at 9 00 . In the first evangelical United Brethren Church. Masses will be offered at St. Joan of arc Catholic Church at 7 00 and 7 30 ., and a High mass of thanks a priv my Quot a Iii be vied at a . Host pastor. The Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan will offer the Call to worship and the invocation. Following the singing of Quot for the Beauty of the Earth by the congregation Quot a Litany of thanksgiving will be offered by the Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd. The Rev. J. Herbert Miller will present the Reading from the old testament and the prayer of thanksgiving will be offered by the Rev. Ira o. Reed. Pastor Miller will then offer a new testament Reading following which the congregation Wil sing a now think we All our god. The prayer of dedication will be offered by the Rev. Robert m. Lezenby and the first eur choir under professor Robert w. Smith will present the Anthem. The Sermon and prayer of consecration will be presented by the Rev. Glenn j. Rader. Youth and the family Quot theme for has pane Ilein Shey High school has been asked by the Tri county committee for president Eisenhower a 1960 White House conference on children and youth to set aside the week of december 6 As a time to present the views of youth on certain themes or topics which will be part of the final conference in Washington in april. The theme selected by the Hershey High school students is a youth and tie plans have now been completed for special student entered activities both in the school and the Community. The Hershey High school committee is headed by or. George Lang with mrs. Christine Gallus and Susan Bierstein a s school representatives on the Tri county committee. Other faculty members include miss Balsbaugh or. Guinivan or. Kurtz mrs Saufley. Miss Shankweiler or. Shirk and miss Ward. Student members Are Rebecca Curry Patricia Garrison Donna Kaylor Mandy Longenecker. Jean Saufley Robert Sinclair. Randy Sams. Dayle stare William Sweney and Glenn Yocum. In connection with the a youth and the family theme a panel of four student speakers will be available for class discussions on the subjects of outside influences affecting the family factors within the family group causing conflict and what is being done and what can be done to counteract these influences. On Friday december 11, a dramatic presentation tentatively entitled a witness for the Perselu a Snyder coincidence at the elementary schools open House. Jim Snyder Hershey �?T54, Bloomsburg . �?T58, chats with kindergarten teacher Janet Snyder Chester . �?T59, and superintendent of schools or. L. Eugene Jacques. As Junior High school students Jim and Janet took piano lessons together in Millersburg. Christmas mailing suggestions postmaster Merl w. Seav ers reminds us that a a it a time to Start Christmas mailings. From now on a a it a Christmas very Day at the Hershey Post office. A Vur a. X cd in mailing Cartons. Seavers non will be Given by Ilie Sci uni pie Tome will be the closing committee. The program involves corrupt item Cartons a a a Quot a judge s charge to the jury As it hymn by the Congro gation and the Rev. J. R. Macdon Ald will offer the Benediction. December 21. 1621, was Sel aside by governor William Bradford As a feasting and prayer to show the gratitude of the colonists that they were still alive. breakfast the s second annual youth thanksgiving breakfast sponsored by the Hershey minis Teri uni will be held at Derry presbyterian Church from 7i0 to 8 30 ., following which the Young people will attend the thanksgiving service. Prepares to deliberate on tie verdict for a boy accused of numerous Petty crimes. A group of character witnesses will testify and present their views of the factors causing the youths delinquency. A witness for the persecution will be presented for the Hershey business and professional women a club on wednesday evening december 2, and the panel of student speakers will address the Hershey rotary club on monday dec. 7. The White House conference or. Children and youth was originated by president Theodore Roosevelt. A conference has been held every 10 years since that time but this will be the first time that the youth of the country have participated in the proceedings of the conference. Brown Wrai Iping paper secured with Strong Cord. Gar Lons should be Well stuffed i Cocoa inn manager effective december 1, David g. Browne will replace Thomas w. Mason As manager of the Cocoa inn. Or. Browne comes to Hershey from Salisbury Maryland where he managed hotel Wicomico for the past Thiee jeans. A an be forwarded or returned. C Ards sent by first t or with tissue or crumpled news-1 air mail May carry messages papers to Cushion the con cards sent third class three Tei ils. Lent postage May Only have it is also recommended that n written signature acid will individuals Check with Post not be forwarded nor re office employees concerning turned. I he limits on size and weight of packages. Long distance mail should of sent Well. By fore december return address and the re 10. Christmas packages and a Pientz a address should be cards for nearby destinations placed on an extra Label inside the Carton or package prior to wrapping. As an extra precaution the utilization of cellophane tape Over the address portion of the Label will prevent defacing while in transit. Recipients full name Street address City Ione Ami state should be marked on All labels. Seavers also recommends the use of first class four cent or seven cent air mail in mailing Christmas cards. They will be delivered quicker and should be mailed by Decell it or 15. No experience is necessary for substitute Post office clerks and carriers. The examination in Harrisburg open to la it the male and female applicants. Rost office hours service windows at the her hey Post office will Lee open 7 00 . To 6 00 . Beginning december 7 including saturdays december 12 and 19. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk Ratt u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 Violet m. Ple Rcd 379 North 12th St. Lebanon a. Bohner director of labor relations h. A. Vernet or. Superintendent of production c. J. Speicher Allied Pix photo. 3547 requested if in Deliya a ble

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