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Hershey News (Newspaper) - April 2, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania april 2, 1959 no. 14 backyard artistry april a weather will bring the family outdoors again and the Back to the soil urge will make itself Felt. The backyard Beautifier will find himself unable to resist the strange Force that puts him to the task of growing plants Flowers Bushes and blisters. The perennial push that makes gardeners of us All will go into conflict with the springtime tendency to just take it easy. In most cases w Ell bet on the gardening instinct to win. Its probably the human desire to create Beauty. We can tall paint masterpieces of Art design impressive monuments or chisel Stone into Lovely sculpture. But we can join forces with nature in growing things of Beauty and modelling Graceful lanes and Law is. We can nudge a bed of bulbs into delicate Boloni ing perfection. And right in our own backyard. A a a oppy easter from the boys of the Milton Iler Shey school reads the lettering on the gift folders. For the Little patients at the Elizabethtown crippled children a Hospital being readied Here by m. H. S. Students Joseph d Alessan of at left Ronald Stewart standing at right and David Erdman seated right. The three were among the schools student Senate members who on tuesday evening March 24 made their traditional eastertide pilgrimage to visit the childrens Hospital Dolessandro is chairman of the student Senate a activities committee Stew irl is student Senate president and Erdman is vice president. A Milton Hershey school student Senate representation of Twenty boys made the visitation to the institution last week Ami presented the Young Patien s with easter gifts of phonograph records toy animals puzzles and games the amp its each get Are purchased by the student senators with Money which they contribute from their allowances. A Cabinet member to address conference Here l v. Arthur s. Flemming u. S. Secretary of health education and welfare. United states Secretary of health education and welfare or. Arthur s. Flemming will make the culminating address at the tenth annual conference of the Pennsylvania association for the study and education of the mentally gifted at Hershey High school on saturday afternoon. Or. Flemmings address on a Quality education for the gifted students will be presented during the afternoon general Assembly in the High school auditorium. Or. Flemming u. S. Secretary of health education and welfare since August 1, 1958, already has had a Long and distinguished career in education and Public affairs. A former College instructor and former president of Ohio Wesleyan University he has been a member of the editorial staff of the u. S. Daily now the u. S. News and world report chairman of the policy committee of the War manpower commission 1942-45 member of the commission on organization of the executive Mph a a a a a a a to Honor Church s charter members a of new members at Hershey a Church of the redeemer on saturday evening april 4, will be held in Honor of the entire Church membership of 143 charter family night event will Mark the closing of the charter membership of the local Mission Church of the United Church of Christ denomination. The relatively new congregation w As organized on october 26, 1958, and the reception of new members will embrace the entire group. The Fani ily night service will include the showing of a film entitled a new Frontier of Faith a and activities will include a Fellowship Periot of games and refreshments it was announced by the pastor the Rev. Glenn j. Rader. Thirty four new members were received into the congregation on Palm sunday and five baptisms were held on easter sunday. Optimists Seieci Russell Cutshall Russell a. Cutshall 111 West Derry Road was elected president of the Hershey Optimist club at last weeks election session of the local service organization. Cutshall a Merlier of the Pennsylvania stale police and Optimist club boys work Charman will be installed to succeed president Charles Bikle at the end of june. Other officers elected on wednesday March 25, and who will be installed in june Are Rufus Hollinger first vice president f. Tait Douglas second vice president c. Craig Mehrmann Secretary Ernest m. Rosetty treasurer j. Thomas Bortell and Richard Vilson directors and a Ward Wiley and Thomas Eberly sergeants at arms. Brass ensemble to play for retired employees at meeting on april 6 a program of special music will be presented by the bus ensemble of the Hershey High school music department at the monday. April 6. Meeting of the Hershey retired employees association. The meeting is set to begin at 1 45 . At the Iler Shey fire Hall. Guest speaker for the occasion w ill be Levi Hershey of Elizabethtown. Other program features announced include special entertainment by Harry Stailey of Hummelstown a piano Solo by mrs. Israel Earley and a Reading by mrs. Paul Forry. Group singing will be accompanied by the brass ensemble. The refreshments will be served by a committee of ladies of the organization. Home for easter airman second class James r. Lingle who is stationed at the air Force base at Williams Bay. Wise., spent the easter vacation at Home with his parents or. And mrs. Allen e. Lingle of Ilum mels town route 1. He is a 1953 graduate of Hershey High school. Hershey news comm. Bldg. Hershey a. Bulk Kate u. S. Postage paid Hershey a permit no. 13 3547 requested if undeliverable

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