The Hershey pitch itself was, to use a modern term, a tipping point.
Put two Hershey Milk Chocolate bars into a bowl and microwave for two minutes on 50% power.
The life of the man she married, Hershey, was threatened, and his business was destroyed.
She tiptoed into the house, but Flo was awake, propped up in her bed, with a book and a Hershey bar.
Helen winked at me; Miss Hershey would have called it "unmaidenly."
Miss Hershey was out at the country club putting the finishing touches to the table.
Miss Hershey clicked and oozed sympathy from the background.
Some varieties will crack better with a hammer than with a cracker of the Hershey type with standard anvils.
Miss Hershey and the daily Eagle between them—I laughed at the thought.
Mr. Hershey advised me I would go broke advertising but I wanted to see what would happen.
Hershey Her·shey (hûr'shē), Alfred Day. Born 1908.
American biologist. He shared a 1969 Nobel Prize for investigating the mechanism of viral infection in living cells.