- Alfred Day,1908–97, U.S. biologist: helped lay the foundation of modern molecular genetics; Nobel Prize in Medicine 1969.
- Lewis B(laine),1893–1977, U.S. Army general: director of the Selective Service System 1941–70.
- Milton Snave·ly [sneyv-lee] /ˈsneɪv li/, 1857–1945, U.S. businessman: founder of chocolate manufacturing company.
- a town in central Pennsylvania.
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The Hershey pitch itself was, to use a modern term, a tipping point.‘Mad Men’ Creator Matthew Weiner on the Season Finale
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Miss Hershey clicked and oozed sympathy from the background.
Helen winked at me; Miss Hershey would have called it "unmaidenly."
Miss Hershey and the daily Eagle between them—I laughed at the thought.
Some varieties will crack better with a hammer than with a cracker of the Hershey type with standard anvils.
With the Hershey cracker the nuts of many varieties will split into four quarters without releasing the kernels.
Hershey(hûr′shē)Alfred Day 1908-1997
- American biologist. He shared a 1969 Nobel Prize for investigating the mechanism of viral infection in living cells.
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