Milton S. Hershey’s mother raised him to be which type of Christian?
Henry Hershey, Milton Hershey’s father, is often described as which of the following?
Before youthful Milton S. Hershey worked as an apprentice in a candy shop, from which apprenticeship did he get fired?
When Milton S. Hershey took a liking to candy making, he opened his first business in Philadelphia with the help of who?
Which candy first made Milton S. Hershey profitable?
In 1900, Milton S. Hershey sold his profitable Lancaster Caramel Company for $1 million and started to make what candy?
After establishing himself through Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar, Milton S. Hershey followed the success with which candy?
Milton S. Hershey’s wife, Catherine “Kitty” Hershey, had the idea to invest her husband’s fortune toward which charitable cause?
When the orphan boys checked-in to the Hershey Industrial School, what did they receive?
By which philosophy did Milton S. Hershey live his life?
During the Great Depression, how did Milton S. Hershey create jobs?
Although Catherine “Kitty” Hershey had a Catholic background, which religion did she investigate for physical healing when suffering from “locomotor ataxia”?
After the death of Catherine “Kitty” Hershey in 1915, Milton S. Hershey gave how much money to the Hershey Industrials School’s Trust?
In Milton S. Hershey’s older years, he lived where?