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Mackenzie I. Cole
16 May 2016
Milton Hershey: Young chocolatier
In the beginning of his life Milton S. Hershey worked for everything and never got much satisfaction. In the middle of his life was full of trying and failing but never giving up. And in the end of his life Milton got everything he deserved and more, all of his perseverance payed off in the end. At the beginning, middle, and end of his life, Milton Hershey showed perseverance.
When Milton was a child he worked on an oil field with his father (Eboch1). His Fanny Hershey (Milton’s mother) was pregnant with her second child and she hatted life in the oil field. She has fallen for Henry Hershey’s (Milton father) imaginative dreams and charming words, she had no idea the man was a huge failure. Milton was one or two when they first moved to the oil field searching for a fortune, and now Milton was four and his father was still searching for his oil fortune. One day Milton and his father were walking home from a big day of work and they saw Milton’s very serious uncles, Abraham and Benjamin, (On his mother’s side) they told Henry that it was time to go back to the farm in Pennsylvania and Henry fought with them but Fanny wanted to go back home and Henry couldn’t fight with her. Milton was excited to go find a better life.
It was a better life until the Civil War but it did eventually pass over and they had to move because Henry spent most of their money chasing another one of his dreams, but all together it was a good time. One day Henry had invited everyone he knew to help him with yet another one of his dreams: having a coy fish farm. Milton