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Hershey News (Newspaper) - June 18, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaPage 4 Hershey news june 18, 1959 horticulture society names Simiers in 2nd Flower show the Hei Shey horticulture society a second annual Flower show topped the Garden groups 1958 initial venture in All aspects it was Reid red at the close of the one Day event. The Flower show was held in the Community buildings social room on wednesday june 10. Displayed were 61 artistic arrangements five niches by invitation four table settings three girl scout entries 25 Rose specimens and 19 House plants for a total of 117 exhibits. Judges were John Meszaros Rose specimens and House plants and mrs. Ralph m. Kolze Camp Hill mrs. Claude Greiner Hummelstown and mrs. David Hoff Harrisburg. Mrs. Ralph Horst Flower show chairman announced the following winners a House plants a looming plants�?1. W. B. Rice Union Deposit 2. Mrs. Harold Boyer Palmyra. Foliage plants�?1. Miss Lucy de Angelis Hershey 2. Mrs. Robert Schaffner Hershey 3. Mrs. A it it mond k. Bowman Palmyra route 1 african violets�?1. Mrs. Harry Gingrich Palmyra 2. Mrs. George Schmeltzer Hershey 3. Mrs. Thomas Haughney Hershey. Best in show House plants mrs. Harry Gingrich Palmyra. Rose specimens climbers�?1. Mrs. Raymond Bowman Palmyra route 1 2. H. helped prepare playground. Continued from pod one the Milton Hershey school and Hershey High school. This year one of the projects was to place new seats on the shuffleboard courts. In order to eliminate deterioration of the seating by moisture the seats were placed on Angle Iron brackets. The brackets were made in a press specially constructed by students in the Hershey High school maintenance shop ii sing an Auto Jack and other bits of equipment available at the school. The boys worked under the direction. Of Gilbert Lugar maintenance shop instructor. Thirty three of the seating brackets were made in this in addition to replacing All seats at the shuffleboard courts the maintenance shop students replaced the Metal supports on the banking boards of the outdoor basketball court. Other funds to be expended at the playground this year will involve the re surfacing of the football practice Field and painting of much of the equipment and the Fence in that by society or j. P. Fitterer of Hershey has been accepted for membership in the Pennsylvania chiropractic. Society and will establish his office in i Hummelstown. A graduate of Hershey High school in 1948, he took his preprofessional training at Hershey Junior College and Lebanon Valley College. He is a Veteran of four years in the Navy. He was graduated from the Palmer school of chiropractic in 1958 and has practice the past four months in Asheville n. C. Or. Fitterer is married to the former Janet Robertson. Nothing in life is so As to be shot at without Restit. I Pistoia of Urchin. Hamilton Hershey 3. Raymond a. Bowman Palmyra route 1. Miniature�?1. Mrs. Raymond a. Bowman 2. Raymond a. Bowman. Grandiflora�?1. H. L. Hamilton 2. Mrs. H l. Hamilton. Hybrid Tea red�?1. Mrs. Raymond a. Bowman 2, Raymond a. Bowman 3. H. L. Hamilton. Hybrid Tea Whites and blends 1. Mrs. Marvin Cohen Hershey 2. Mrs. George Kluck Hershey 3. Mrs. Milton Miller Hershey. Hybrid Tea by color�?1. H. L. Hamilton Hershey 2. Mrs. Raymond Bowman Palmyra route 1 3. Mrs. Harold Boyer Palmyra. Floribunda red and red blends 1. H. L. Hamilton Hershey 3. Mrs h. L. Hamilton. Floribunda Pink blend�?1. H. L. Hamilton 2. Mrs. H. L. Hamilton 3 mrs. Warren Brandt Lebanon Best of show hybrid Tea Pink Wendy a. L. Hamilton Best of show Hanniable mrs. Marvin Cohen. Artistic design Hall arrangements a 1. Mrs. George Fox Lebanon 2. Mrs. Lloyd Heckman Highspire 3. Mrs. Clarence l. Koegel Lebanon honorable mention mrs. Helen Miller Lebanon mrs. Raymond k. Bowman Palmyra route 1 mrs. Bayard Bryan Highspire mrs. Wesley Hoover Middletown. Living room mantel�?1. Mrs. Thomas Haughney Hershey 2. Mrs. Clarence l. Koegel Lebanon 3. Mrs. Evy Gibble Hershey honorable mention miss Lucy de Angelis Hershey. A living room Coffee table�?2. Mrs. George Fox Lebanon.bedroom�?1. Mrs. Helen idler Lebanon 2. Miss Lucy Deangels Hershey 3. Mrs Claience l. Koegel Lebanon. Seasons spring�?1. Mrs. George Fox Lebanon winter�?1. Mrs. George Fox summer�?1. Mrs. George Fox 2. Mrs. Helen Miller Lebanon fall i mrs. Helen Muler 2. Mrs. George Fox 3. Mrs. Clarence Koegel Lebanon. Miniature arrangements�?1. Mrs. George Fox 2. Mrs Helen Miller 3. Mrs. Clarence Koegel. Dining room Kaffee Klatsch Brunch �?1. Mrs. Fletcher Miles Middletown honorable mention mrs. Richard Bacastow Hershey dinner table�?1. Mrs. Clarence Koegel 2. Mrs. Lloyd Heckman Highspire. Kitchen counter�?1. Mrs. Helen Miller Lebanon. Bridge luncheon tables�?1. Mrs. Jared Darlington Hershey 2. Mrs. Robert Schaffner Hershey 3, mrs Ralph Horst Hershey honorable mention mrs. James Stover Hershey. Girl scout table honorable mention Saundra Gibble Hershey Patricia Ann Horst Hershey Pamela sue Horst Hershey. Hospital arrangements�?2. Mrs. George Fox Lebanon 3 mrs. Helen Miller Lebanon. Bedroom arrangements�?1, mrs. Helen Miller 2. Miss Lucy de Angelis Hershey 3. Mrs. Clarence Koegel Lebanon. Best in show artistic designs mrs. George Fox Lebanon. Niches by invitation only�?1. Mrs. Bayard Bryan Highspire 2. Mrs. Joseph Shanaman Hummelstown 3. Mrs. Clarence Koegel Lebanon honorable mention mrs. Raymond Bowman Palmyra route 1, and mrs. Ralph Horst Hershey. Recently installed officers of the Hershey business and professional women a club Are shown As they got together for a look at the coming years program. From left they Are seated mrs. Beatrice Downin president mrs. Rachael Sakai treasurer miss Laura Pellegrini second vice president and mrs. Catherine Morgan recording Secretary standing miss Virginia Straw Derman corresponding Secretary and mrs. Elizabeth Goodwill first vice president. At the installation meeting mrs. Downin began her second term As Bow club president. The installing officer miss Mayme Mcdowell of York past District director and miss Laura Pellegrini chairman of the program coordinating committee was in charge of the program. Factually feminine by Blaine Huber Lon engaged or. And mrs. Carlos r. Adams of 321 East Granada Avenue have announced the engagement of their daughter miss Nancy Adams to William Earley Bitner Iii. Of 408 East main Street Shiremanstown. Miss Adams is a graduate of Hershey High school and attended Hershey Junior College. She is employed at the town and country Day school in Harrisburg. Her Fiance is a graduate of Mechanicsburg High school and Gettysburg College. At Gettysburg collage he was a member of Phi Lambda Sigma business honorary fraternity Kappa Phi Kappa educational fraternity and Phi Gamma Delta social fraternity. Or. Bitner will teach at the Milton Hershey school in the fall. The wedding will take place in Early words Are cite Taip and plenty enough but ideas that Rouse and set multitudes thinking come As Gold from the mines. A. Owen Penny. T thirteen members of Hershey intermediate Girt scout troop 74 received their first class badges during an evening program in the girl scout room of the women a club building. Special guests were their parents and friends. The badge recipients were Marlene Brown Tana Cassel Elizabeth Constable Barbara Fischer Georgia Flickinger Beverly hand Alice Kovach Mickey Laws Becky Leaman Judy Leibfried Peggy Shene Felt. Savannah Simmons and Shirley Woods a a the troop members presented a one act play a Needle thread and jabber a As part of their adventuring in the arts program. The evening affair was conducted under the leadership of mrs. Earl Brown and mrs. Joseph Fischer. A the members of the ladies auxiliary of the Hershey american legion Post recently reelected mrs. Robert Clen Dening As president of the lady legionnaires. Other auxiliary officers elected at the same time Are mrs. Helen Prowell first vice president mrs Verna Seward second vice president mrs. Patna Mccauley recording Secretary mrs. Arthur Strimble corresponding Secretary mrs. Jerome Krall treasurer mrs Norman stable chaplain mrs. Mary Creghan sergeant at arms and mrs Carrie Bomgardner historian. The officers will be installed in september. Dutch Days dates in reply to numerous requests for information Pennsylvania dutch Days general chairman Carls. Swarr has announced that the big Pennsylvania German festival will be held at Hershey Park Unis year on August 27-28-29-30. Bassinet set Hershey Hosp tors recent arrivals Daryle and Dhaima Pagano Long 555 West Caracas Avenue Hershey a boy May 31. Melvin and Mabel Short Garner Box 241, Hershey a girl May 31. John and Darlene Mellman Flowers 334 North Railroad Street Palmyra a boy May 31. Ronald and Elena Cataldi Gramigni 57 West Areba Avenue Hershey a boy june 1. David and Betsy Montgomery Loewen Palmyra route 1, a girl june 2. Frederick and Romaine Strub har Gingrich 200 West Palabon drive Palmyra a go june 2. Harris and Grace Ciganko Lin Hart Palmyra route 1, a girl june 4. Charles and june Harrison Thomas 48 East main Street Palmyra a boy june 4. Ray and Janet Kauffman Becker 231 Arch Street Elizabethtown a boy june 4.mark and june Betz George Lebanon route 4, a boy june 6. Fred and Eckert Walters 16 South Chestnut Street Palmyra a boy june 7. Peter and Shirley Duck bar Bush 117 North Lai is Sti get Hummelstown a boy june 7. Nicholas and Rose d ramp Resanovich 301 West Granada Avenue Hershey a girl june 7. Paul and Jeamme Martin wit me Middletown route 1, a girl june 9. Richard and Jeanne a to Ying Ling 1230 West Cherry Street Palmyra a girl june 10. Harold and Gloria via Walmer Grant vice route 1, a boy june to. Theodore and Betty Hoffman Moyer Hummelstown route 1, a girl june 11. Charles and Shirley Gejer Stoner 230 High Street Shippens Burg a girl june 12. Carl and Shirley Byler Oren zip 136 Park Avenue Hummelstown a boy june 13. Dwight and Josephine Sprecher Graby 39 West Penn Avenue Cleona a girl june 13. Grant and Jacqueline Ragan Feeman 230 North Market Street Elizabethtown a boy june 13
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