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Hershey News (Newspaper) - February 19, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 Hershey Pennsylvania february 19, 1959 no. 8new school Annex shaping up Well construction of additional facilities at the Hershey Junior senior High school was reported by school authorities to be proceeding at a Good rate photo above shows an exterior View of the building addition. In photo at left Derry township superintendent of schools or. L. Eugene Jacques right Points out the built in risers for the use of vocal music students in the choral suite. Interested onlookers Are school directors e. Morse Heisey left and Clever e. Ernst. The new addition which will connect to the East Side _ continued on four profits and wages wages Are what a Man gets for working. Profits Are what Money gets for working. A Man work for nothing. Why should Money ? if you save $500 and put it into a Gas station government Bonds or corporate Stock you expect your savings to earn a a wages for you. It is the Hope of profit that induced you to risk your Money where you did. The greater the profit a company is Able to make the greater is the demand of people to invest their savings in the company. The More Money invested in a company the More factories and machinery it can buy and the More jobs it can offer to the people. This continues As Long As the invested Money earns a profit. When profits cease the investor refuses to risk his savings any longer in that company. Its Progress and development Stop and production and jobs decrease. A therefore if we want a return on our savings or if we desire True Job Security a it is essential that a company makes a profit. A great labor Leader once said a the worst crime against the working Man is a company which fails to operate at a _ legion and auxiliary attend Church members of the Hershey american legion Post and its ladies auxiliary attended the wednesday evening service on february 18 at the Church of the redeemer United Church of Christ. Arrangements for the annual Church visitation were made by legion Post chaplain John . Guest speaker at the boy scout week activities Silver Beaver award for or. J. J. Lucas boy scouting a a Silver Beaver award for distinguished service to boyhood was presented to or. John j. Lucas by the Keystone area Council by scouts of America. Or. Lucas Well known Hershey dentist resides at 724 Linden Road and has been a moving Force in scouting activities Here for More than twelve years. His service to scouting has covered Many areas including duties As troop and Post committeeman. He pioneered and established activities for explorer units when that phase of scouting was in its infancy. He has served on numerous Swatara District comr Riitters and has served successfully As District vice chairman and District chairman. He was awarded the districts order of Merit in 1951. He is currently Active As the Keystone councils Phil or. J. J. Lucas Mont committee chairman. Or. And mrs. Lucas have a son now in cub scouting and a daughter Mary Ellen. A former resident of Arch Bald pa., he is a graduate of Temple University dental school and is a member of a number of professional societies currently serving As second vice president of the the Pennsylvania state dental society. Following world War two in which he served in the . Army aboard a Hospital ship in the Mediterranean area he located in Hershey and for eight years was the Milton a Hershey school dentist. Or. Lucas is a member of St. Joan of arc Catholic Church veterans of foreign wars and american legion and is Secretary of the Hershey rotary club. Rescuer cited Hershey chocolate corporation employee Mervin w. Lutz Annville route 1, was cited by the Lebanon county Council boy scouts of Amer m four it former Hershey Man is cited for Ign service Edwin c. Flowers son of or. And mrs. John Flowers recently received the United states department of Commerce a meritorious service award at the 11th annual Honor award program at Washington d. C. A he was selected for the award due to his outstanding work at Antarctica. During the International geophysical year Flowers was one of 18 men who spent Many a first Winter at the South pole. He works for the u. S. Weather Bureau in Washington As a research Man. He is a graduate of Hershey High school and North Manchester College Indiana. He and his family reside in Silver Springs Maryland. J Church of the redeemer on sunday morning at the 10 30 service will be the Rev. Or. Fred Bartholomew professor at the Lancaster theological Seminary who has just returned from world Church project work in Japan. On wednesday february 25, the guest speaker will be the Rev. Ralph Althouse pastor of Lebanon a St. Marks conference Here Hershey rotary club members Are making plans to attend the annual District 739 conference. Attendance at the District sessions will involve no travelling the meeting will again be held in Hershey. The conference will be held Here March 14-15-16, it was announced by District governor Mark Tice of the Lebanon rotary club the Rev. John Gable of Lebanon is conference chairman. Brotherhood service St. Paul a Baptist Church of Harrisburg will share a brotherhood service with the Spring Creek Church of the Brethren on sunday february 22, at 7 . In the Hershey Church. The Rev. Franklin l. Henley pastor of St. Paul a Church will preach and choirs from that congregation will Render the special music. The youth fellowships of both churches will also meet together on that same Date. A social a Mur will follow the evening service. Hershey news comm. Big. Hershey a. Bulk rate a a. S. Postage paid Hershey a. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if
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