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Hershey News (Newspaper) - October 15, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPoge 4 Hershey news october 15, 1959 factually feminine. Iodine Huber Long heir Shey High school senior Mandy Longenecker is one of 10.000 of the highest scorers in the National Merit scholarship qualifying test it Ayas announced this principal George d. Lange. Her score has made her a Semi finalist in the nationwide scholarship program. The Semi finalists outscored More than 550,000 other students in the test which was Given in 14.000 High schools last Spring. The seventeen year old Hummelstown route 1 girl is the daughter of or. And mrs. Roy s. Longenecker and is a College preparatory student at Hershey High school. Aiming for a career in journalism she plans to attend Hershey Junior College for two years then transferring to Dickinson College. At High school she is associate editor of the yearbook. The Chocolatier and Hopes to become a member of the staff of this years broadcaster the school newspaper. Miss Longeneckers principal Hobby is Reading and is indicative of her Scholastic achievement in the National Merit scholarship test. Her brother Thomas also a Hershey High school i Adu ate is a Sophomore at the University of North Carolina where he is Active in the naval Reserve officers training corps program. 1= mrs. Isabelle Allias of Harrisburg was the featured speaker at the october 7 meeting of the Hershey business and professional women a club which was held in Hershey vow Post holds Quot family Flag proved Quot the veterans of foreign wars Hershey memorial Post 3502, has announced the availability of the new fifty Star american Flag through the posts a family Flag Ernest Dre Scher and committee chairman John tuck stressed the fact that every family should secure the new National Flag which can be purchased from any member of the Post. Measuring four feet by feet the Flag Sells for $7.50. The Post also will sponsor a a voice of democracy a radio script contest in which students will participate. Each radio script must be from three to five minutes Long and two students one from each school chosen As having written and delivered the Best script will be presented with a $25 savings Bond. Each of the winners will present his essay to the members of the Post at a future meeting. The local vow will Send the of the Teener baseball team a Richard Miller Mimi Gasper Ronald Alexander and Fred Hesse athletic director John Biagi and a representative of the posts team a to a banquet for the area Teener baseball teams which will be held at Harrisburg of october 19. Mandy Longenecker the dining room of the Community building. Mrs. Allias is an employee in the executive office of governor Lawrence. She attended Chatham College and is also a graduate of Maxwell school of Public administration. The subject of her talk was a How important Are we a a the meeting was in charge of the legislation committee. Chairman of the committee is mrs. Kathryn Aungst and committee members include Phyllis Mengel Arlene Moyer Leah Risser and Bertha harm. Jit be another Coffee Houi under the sponsorship of the Derry township Parent teachers association was held on october 14 in the All purpose room of the elementary building for the mothers of sixth Grade pupils. Mrs. Leonard Snyder and mrs. Frank Pierce poured and several High school girls acted As babysitters. A Coffee hour for the fifth Grade mothers will be held on october 25. Elaine Deets daughter of or. And mrs. Melvin Deets of 208 West Caracas Avenue is a member of the marching band of Shippensburg state teachers College. Miss Deets plays the flute in the sixty four member organization directed by Wayne senior in elementary education at the College Elaine also is a member of the College orchestra. Pink Epsilon music fraternity and a the e amp r club. She is a graduate of Hershey High school. A the theme of the Bazaar which is sponsored annually by the Church Omen of the All saints episcopal Mission this year will be a a county fair a. Plans Are underway to carry out the theme in various ways after a recent meeting of the decoration committee which is chair manned by mrs. Hamilton Pickering. Mrs. Pickering is ably assisted by mrs. Daniel Cronin mrs. Reuel Ryman mrs. Herbert Vernet mrs. Jack Shene Felt and miss Agnes Bittle. Mrs. E. W. Russell and mrs. Thomas Freebairn Bazaar chairmen have also announced a new feature of the Sale this year will be a Flower Booth specializing in dried arrangements. The Flower committee is headed by mrs. George Booth and includes mrs. John Sherk mrs. Edwin Weaver mrs. Robert Schel Horn mrs. Robert Fox mrs. William Dunham and mrs. R. E. Hoverter. Bears Goach has enviable record As player and Pilot in hockey campaigns engaged mrs. Christine a. Gallus 256 Elm Avenue has announced the engagement of her daughter Janet e. Gallus to Harold r. Gallagher son of or. And mrs. William r. Gallagher of Palmyra route 1. Miss Gallus avas graduated from the m. S. Hershey High school and Hershey Junior College and Avill be graduated from the Pennsylvania state University in january. Or. Gallagher a Junior at Dickinson College avas graduated from St. Johnsbury Academy in Vermont and from Hershey Junior College. He served four years Avith the United states air Force and avas attached to the american in London. _ the Hershey bears were getting set for their second meeting of the Young season Avith the Cleveland Barons in the Hershey sports Arena this cd mirth saturday night. Of her october Home games for the bears vill bring in Springfield wednesday october 21 Buffalo saturday october 24 and Providence saturday october 31. The Hershey represent Tia is in the american hockey league defending Calder cup titlist Are undergoing a period of settling do Avn to the business at hand under the guidance of personable coach Frank Mathers. Mathers Avo brought the bears to Tavo Calder cups in his past three years at the Helm personally Avold set a shining example for gentlemanly conduct in any sport and has Long been a credit to professional hockey. In past years a perennial All Star Choice of american hockey league sports writers and sportscasters Smathers has been knocking around the pro game since 1948-49 when he broke in Avith the Toronto Maple Leafs. Except for three Brief stints Avith the Leafs Mathers played most of his professional career with the Pittsburgh hornets until the bears brought him to Hershey for the 1956-57 season. In his second year As coach Bassinet Sef her Fiey Hospital s recent arrivals Richard and Sara Jones Eby 905 North Chestnut Street Palmyra a girl september 29. Oscar and Sara Patrick Hetrick p. O. Box 58, Hershey a girl september 30. Fred and Rosemarie Royer Nealon Grantville route 1, a girl october 1. Eugene and Eleanor Zackus Rusatsky 60 Valley Lane Middletown a boy october 2. Robert and Patricia Smith Martin 135 East Cherry Street Palmyra a boy october 2. Jerry and. Doris Gibson myer Lebanon route 5, a boy october 2. William and Ann Tschudy Burns Union Deposit a girl october 2. Earl and Marguerite Mccorkle Buck 24 North Railroad Street Palmyra a girl october 2. Richard and Jean Springer Brandt 407 North Railroad Street Palmyra a girl october 3. Ralph and Virginia Appelt Klinefelter Annville route 1, a boy october 4. Dennis and Debra Foreman Noll Palmyra route 1, a boy october 4. Earl and Esther Rasor Engle Frank Mathers of the bears Mathers guided the e squad to both the regular Ahl league title and the Calder cup Crown. After a disastrous slump last season the chocolate to Avn skaters lost out in the scramble for the Loop Crown but roared Back from fourth place to Avin the Calder cup first fourth place team to accomplish this feat in Ahl history. But that a doing it the hard Avay. This year Avith a Avell balanced squad Mathers Hopes his Job Avill not be As gruelling As it avas during the 1958-59 season Ashen the balloon went up and the elevator Avent Down in March. 607 West Cherry Street Palmyra a girl october 5. John and Martha Alton Seig Ler Elizabethtown route 2, a girl october 5. Gerrit and Hansi Reedel inn sen 22 North Lingle Avenue Palmyra a boy october 6. Kenneth and Geneva Forden Valt Gingrich 210 South Grant Street Palmyra a boy october 6. Robert and Phyllis Thumma Gingrich Annville route 1, a boy october 8. Ammon and Eva Albert Hick Senheiser .4nnville route 1, a girl october 7.Richard and Marion George Leibfried 37 South sensor Street Palmyra a girl october 8. Louis and Elizabeth Vitale Kun Ulli Hummelstown route 2, a girl october 11. Galen and Lucille Garrison Clugston 303 East Willow Street Elizabethtown a boy october 12. Raymond and Victoria Garcia pm Jale 644 West main Street Palmyra a girl october 11. Eugene and Ann Santa forgo 1041 Spruce Street Middletown a girl october 12. Medicine and religion to be discussed Here a Medicine and religion a will be the topic for a special program which will be held at the All saints episcopal Church in Observance of St. Luke a Day on october 18 at 7 30 p. M. The Public is invited to attend the program which will open with the Reading of the evening prayer service by the Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd a Icar following the service three members of the medical profession. Or. Wilson e. Everhart of Harrisburg or. John Groh of Lebanon and or. Thomas l. Lacaman of Hershey will speak in the Undercroft of the Church. Or. Everhart a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania school of Medicine and a specialist in obstetrics will talk on the subject a Are medical ethics and Hadst run ethics synonymous a a. A graduate of Gettysburg College George Washington school of Medicine in Washington d. C., and past president of the medical Board of Hershey or. Leaman will speak on a what is Man a a or. Groh will give his views on a the relationship Between the patient the physician and the or. I of took his under graduate medical and surgical training at the University of Pennsylvania. A All three Are Active churchmen and serve on the Vestrie of their respective churches. Or. Leaman is senior Warden of All saints Church or. Everhart is a vestry Man at St. Stephens episcopal Cathedral in Harrisburg and or. Groh serves on the vestry at St. Luke a episcopal Church in Lebanon. An informal discussion period will follow the panel presentations. At the close of the program a reception will be held sponsored by the prayer group of the All saints Church. Arrangements for the program were made by tic Rev. Kermit l. Loyd. Missioner for the family Mission at the evangelical lutheran Church of the holy Trinity Avill be the reverend Frank e. Radar Cliffe d.d., pastor of the evangelical lutheran Church of tie holy spirit Reading. Or. Radcliffe was graduated from Muhlenberg College in 1935 and from the lutheran theological Seminary at Philadelphia in 1938. He received the degree of Bachelor of divinity from the Seminary in 1940, and was awarded his doctorate by mul Ilenberg College in 1956. He is a member of the Synod ical Board of inner missions and is chairman of the Reading conference Appeal for Jav Muhlenberg College. He has been Octia a in Many Fields in the Reading conference. The family Mission schedule oct. 18, 8 and 10 30 ., making marriage meaning Bill a 7 p.m., a christians confront oct. 19, 7 p.m., a a driving the Devil from the door a oct. 20, 7 p.m., a pooling our privileges and pleasures oct. 21, 7 p.m., a family Faith finds sunday oct. 25, 8 and 10 30 A Luther and the the Rev. William h. Lazareth

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