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Hershey News (Newspaper) - September 3, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania september 3, 1959 no. 36 Welsh choir to sing at . Hershey Day one of the outstanding vocal groups in the nation a the renowned cambrian male choir of Cleveland Ohio a will present the featured musical portion of the tenth annual m. S. Hershey Day Observance in the Hershey Community 1�?Theatre on sunday september id at 2 . The cambrian choir is familiarly known As a the Welsh m. S. Hershey Day is sponsored annually by the Hershey rotary club. The cambrian male choir was organized in 19-33 for the purpose of providing for its Welsh members an Opportunity to satisfy their Fervour for choral singing. In their first year they won the top honors in the Ohio Eisteddfod singing contestant the following year were chosen to be the Solo chorus for the american Welsh song festival at the Chicago Century of Progress. More recently the cambrian has been the Solo chorus at Many National Gyman a Gan is festivals of religious son including those held in Sali Laite City Cleveland Washington Pittsburgh and Milwaukee. The present cambrian male choir numbers 35 men 80 per cent of whom Are Welsh or of Welsh extraction. Noteworthy among the Many favourable comments which have been made concerning the cambrian were those of Norman Vincent Peale and Billy Graham when the cambrian provided the music for the National convention for Christian men held in Cleveland in 1958. I both men stated that this was the finest male chorus they j had Ever heard. I director of the choir since its inception has been William Albert Hughes a sensitive musician with a keen vocal understanding. With this perfectly balanced Solo choir of carefully picked voices Hughes reaches the Heights in the Mastery of his Art. The listener is promised an inspiring performance by these men who display their deep and fervent i religions and cultural feelings t h r o u g h music the medium Thev love open Letler to All motorists dear Driver on tuesday Iny Little fellow will be going Back to school. He is Only a second graders just50 pounds of Carefree boyhood. He has been told to be careful he knows where he should Cross streets. But being so Young he May fail to remember All the time. The Lively spirit that makes childhood so wonderful often Over rules the caution so carefully taught. Now i done to wish to add to your responsibilities and cares or. Motorist but in this Case in a sure you wont mind. You probably have a Little fellow a Little girl or a kid sister or brother of your own. Please watch out for him and All his schoolmates As you drive. His safety his future depend greatly upon your awareness. Done to let him Down. Sincerely a mom. Cocoa bean game to open �?T59 Scholastic football season twp. Schools open tuesday the Back to the classrooms March starts for Derry township Public schools on tuesday. Or. L. Eugene Jacques superintendent announced that the schools will reopen september 8 and will operate on approximately the same a schedule As during the past senior High school building will report at eight ., with the tardy Bell at 8 05 The six rooms of sixth Grade in a the Junior High school w ill report at the same time As the High school students. School buses will operate Over the same routes As in previous years and will begin picking up students at 7 30 Dismissal of classes will boat 2 45 . Elementary school students will be tardy at 8 55 The elementary school students buses will Begrin picking them up at 8 20 Dismissal will be at .3 05 . As in previous years All students will eat lunch at school. Students May Purchase a Well balanced meal for 25 cents in the elementary school cafeteria and for 30 cents in the High school cafeteria. Those not purchasing lunches May milk. Gridiron Sparks will be flying As two local rivals Hershey High school and Milton Hershey school face each other in the seventeenth annual Cocoa bean bowl contest Here on Friday september 11, in Hershey stadium. The game which will he the season opener for both teams is sponsored each year by the Hershey rotary club with the proceeds of the game going to the Derry township memorial Field playground for its equipment fund. Half time ceremonies will include colourful performances by the bands from both schools and will of course feature routines by the Hershey High majorettes. Cheer leading squads will also be on hand to generate their usual Pep and Energy As they help raise the curtain on the new Scholastic football season. Hershey High coach Frank Kamus 1959 Trojan team will again be playing in the South Penn conference league against such teams As Waynesboro Carlisle Hanover Gettysburg sushi Rehanna township Mechanicsburg. Middletown and Chambersburg. The squad will also meet Palmyra Ami Hummelstown in neighbourhood Gridiron Battles As we Ell As the Milton Hershey school during their 11-game schedule. Seven seniors make up the returning Letterman on coach Kamus team while coach Behney Buser of the Milton Hershey school will Field one Junior Letterman and five seniors. Milton Hershey returnees Are Carmen Gilotte a Junior and Bartley Wilenski Lester Gebhart. Harry Heath Robert Heller and Alvin Seyler seniors. The returning Hershey High Letterman Are j i m Price Gary Ponzoli Karl Kemble George we Arner Gary Good Scott Miller and Roy Gesford. An Independent team the Milton Hershey spartans will again play the majority of their schedule against Central Penn conference contenders including the teams of John Harris York William Penn m. H. S. Homecomingbeth-1 e h e m. Bishop Mcdevitt Steelton and Lancaster. In the sixteen games to Date Milton Hershey has won ten and Hershey High three. Ties we Ere registered in 1952, 1953 and 1954. Last year the first time since 19-46, the Hershey High trojans came out on the w in Ning end of the annual clash existing a 16-0 Victory. The series record year Mhz has 19431914194519461947194819491950195119.52195319.541955195619.5719587 14 7 0 12 7 20 39 2 15 0 46 7 28 14 32 20 0 0 6 a 6 0 0 18 6 32 0 14 6 0 16 substitute for the moment a at Cradle and for some time after and at graveside and for some time before a human being often needs assistance. A people occasionally need crutches too but these aids Are Only a substitute for the moment when the person can stand on his own two feet. A accordingly to see purely remedial measures transformed into Cradle to grave i philosophy under the so called a Security programs of the welfare states is in my opinion As silly As to argue that crutches were invented As substitutes for a James a. Farley postmaster general in the Franklin d. Roosevelt administration. The Hershey bar travelled to ancient Samarkand land of fabled Genghis Khan and Tamerlane for this picture. Lyle m. Nelson director of University relations at the University of Michigan took the photo during a recent visit of a u. S. Educational delegation to Russia. The child is a Little uzbek girl to whom a member of Nelsons party had Joist Given a bar. Pennsylvania dutch Days prizewinners announced of the Annville Church of the Brethren were awarded the i top prize for quilling at the 19.59 Pennsylvania dutch Days which j concluded Here on sunday. The a Annville group received a sixty i Dollar prize Tor its forget Nic not design. Second prize of $.50 went to the Palmyra Church of tie Brethren group for its quilt with a Compass a design. Taking the third place award of $10 was the Liano Verdale Church of he Brethren Flower pot the Spring Creek Church of the Brethren received fourth prize of $30 for that groups quilt with it Conlis turd on pig two. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk rat u. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 pearls a. Tschudy Apt. Fez 481 North 5th St. Lebanon a. 3547 requested if undeliverable

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