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Hershey News (Newspaper) - October 29, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania october 29, 1959 no. 44 plan Community phase of United welfare Campaign twelve team captains and nine members of a special workers groups were named this week As the 1959 Derry township welfare Board a Tri county United fund Campaign was readied for its final i it Hase a the canvassing of Homes to Contact persons not reached previously in the Industry business fund drives Here. The Community canvass will be conducted in Early november. B. Francis Carman Derry township chairman announced that team Captain cies have been accepted by John Kreiser team 1 mrs. William Cagnoli team 2 John Shuey team 3 mrs. Palmina Garganey team 4 mrs. Clarence Smith jr., team 5 mrs. James , team 6 Edward Tancredi team 7 Landis Carman team 8 Russell Spangler team 9 miss. P Loyd Smith team 10 Donald Chubb team 11 and mrs. Shaffer Day team 12. In addition one group of Volunteer workers for special assignment includes mrs. I Evi Saint sing and Raymond Royer. Another special assignment group. Carman said will Contact professional people during the United welfare Campaign. This group includes William Deai Den Harold Ingram Earl Houser and Melvin Garner. Chairman Garn Fin emphasized that Homes displaying the Tri county United Pond or Lebanon county Community Chest donor stickers will not be solicited by the workers in the current phase of the drive e. The stickers will signify that families have already contributed through the recent business Nilu Stry campaigns. 38 agencies the United welfare Campaign provides funds for direct welfare Aid conducted by the Derry township welfare Board and for the support of 38 welfare character building recreational and guidance agencies through the Tri county United fund. These agencies carry on counselling program s for adults and children provide training and help for retarded children minister to spiritual needs give help to the aged homeless and destitute provide Hospital care for the needy operate clinics and physical therapy centers provide temporary Homes for children the aged and the jobless give Aid to servicemen and make it possible for our Community to contribute Aid in National or worldwide disasters. Richard l. Uhrich of her Shey. Lower Dauphin county United fund chairman said that a goal of $62,250 has been set for the 1959 Campaign in the lower Dauphin area. Hershey and Derry township Are aiming for a 1959 total of $59,922. The United Way of giving provides a convenient method of helping Many worthy causes at one time by Contri Butin a a your Fiir the Quot Community canvass contributions Wall be added to the funds Given via the Busi Ness Industry campaigns held Hei e recently. The results of the Industrial drive Are currently being compiled. Seven employees to retire from Hershey chocolate corporation Pennsylvania dutch Days officers were reelected at the annual election session held last week in connection with a dinner Given by John b. Sollenberger president of Hershey estates for the dutch Days committee people in the dining room of the Community building. Eighty three people attended. The group shown above includes four of the five committee officers. From left vice presidents Walter Kettering and Rufus Hollinger general chairman Carl Swarr Pennsylvania department of Commerce representative Harold Swenson dutch Days agriculture committee chairman James e. Bobb and Secretary treasurer w. Royce Ward. Also reelected but not present when the photo was taken was vice president Raymond Evans. Swenson who is director of the Bureau of vacation and travel development for the Pennsylvania department of Commerce was a special guest at the dinner and presented a film on the Pennsylvania dutch of Lancaster county which was developed by the Pennsylvania dutch tourist Bureau. And ther film viewed by the dinner guests was a review of highlights of the 1959 dutch Days at Hershey in color. Or. Sollenberger served As Host at the dinner with dutch Days general chairman Swarr presiding As master of ceremonies. R1ciiar0 t. Sutcliffe associate director of the department of press radio and television of the United lutheran Church in America will speak on the place of the laymen in Torlay a churches As he makes an address at a Fellowship dinner for the Active laymen of the eight protestant churches of Derry township. The Fellowship dinner will be held in the Derry presbyterian Church on thursday evening november 5, at c 30 p. M. Tickets for the dinner at $2 each jul be available in each of the churches on a first come first Gss Ved basis. A native of Columbia. Pa., Sutcliffe was educated at Gettysburg College and Catawba College. A former Roanoke va., newspaper reporter photographer and radio reporter commentator he was assistant editor of the lutheran from 1948 to 1954, when he accepted his present school facilities at open House events new science music and Home economics facilities at Hershey High school were inspected by a Large number of interested residents of the Community of monday evening at an open arranged by school officials. Simultaneously an open House visitation was held in the new biology chemistry and physics laboratories at the Hershey Junior College which were put into use for the first time at the opening of the current College year. The new educational facile it continued on Pap four the november 1 retirement of seven Hershey chocolate corporation employees was announced this week. As of this Date there were no individuals retiring from the Hershey estates or the Milton Hershey school. The chocolate corporation retirees Are Louis a. Spaziani 46 East Areba Avenue Hershey electrical maintenance. Employed since March 14, 1929. Anselmo Raffaelli 34 East Areba Avenue Hershey press room. Employed since january 8, 1915. Mabel g. Light 158 North Harrison Street Palmyra wrapping room. Employed since March 24, 1911. Charles e. Straw third and Penn streets Union Deposit steel Rolls. Employed since May 20, 1924. Michael d. Lawrence 108 East Areba Avenue Hershey sanitation. Employed since september 26,1927. Mary Forney 211 East second Street Hummelstown kiss department. Employed since september 12, 1927. Minnie Clark 52 Prospect Street Hummelstown moulding department. Employed since May 19, 1924.thanksgiving theme to Mark november meeting of retired employees the annual thanksgiving dinner will be the main feature of the november 2 meeting of the Hershey retire to employees association to be held in the Hershey fire Hall at 1 45 . The dinner will be served by the ladies of the organized Tion. Rev. Elmer e. Witmer will give the thanksgiving message and As a special a Deil attraction miss Mabel Lingle will show pictures of her recent trip to California and Alaska. Also on the Agenda for the afternoon will be a hymn sing and a piano Solo by mrs. Israel Earley. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Buik Rati u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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