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Hershey News (Newspaper) - March 19, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7hershey, Pennsylvania March 19, 1959 no. 12 easter will have an extra meaning this year Lor the James Rhone family at Union Deposit on easter sunday both of or. And mrs. Rhone a sons will celebrate their birthdays a Jimmy at right his thirteenth and Danny his ninth. They Are shown Here with their Mother. Their Mother and father Are House parents at Milton Hershey school farm Home Union at Union Deposit and both easter birthday celebrants attend the South Hanover township Cross Mobile unit to be displayed Here my s. Edwin b. Hershey a member of the Board of Dii dec ii Iii of the Harrisburg chapter american red Cross his announced that a red Cross Mobile unit trailer from the Harrisburg chapter will be Ort exhibit in front of the Community building from 10 . To 4 . On monday March 23. Volunteers from Hershey will be on duty to Tell the red Cross Story and recruit volunteers. A volunteers from Hershey have always played an important role with the Harrisburg red Cross a mrs. Hershey said. A new volunteers to represent our Community Are needed at this time. A if you Are interested in serving your Community Here is a diversified program which can use your individual skills and interests. First Aid water safety nursing services services Veteran services and Community services Are just a few of the red Cross programs. A information on All of the services will be available at this is Hershey s Opportunity to join and March is red Cross month. For Many of the chapters throughout the country this Means fundraising time. However since the Harrisburg chapter is a participant in the Tri county United fund it is devoting the time during the month to telling the red Cross Story and to building its Volunteer strength. Community services to be highlights of easter season the Community a annual Good Friday worship service sponsored by the Hershey ministerial association will be held at the first evangelical United Brethren Church from noon until three . Worshippers attending were urged to feel free to come and leave the services As their time will permit the ministerial association announced. In the service the following mind Esters will Lead the meditation on the words from the Cross forgiveness at the Cross the Rev. Thomas w. Guini Van authority at the Cross the Rev. Robert m. Lezenby remembrance at the Cross the Rev. Glen j. Rader submission at the Cross the Rev. George i. Evans or. Suffering at the Cross the Rev. J. R. Macdonald Victory at the Cross the Rev. J. Herbert Miller Confidence at the Cross the Rev. Kermit j. Lloyd. The Call to worship by the Rev. B. Richard Templeton will open the Sei Wice. Prof Robert w. Smith will be organist and soloists during the choral selections will be miss Pauline Copp Cyril Little and William Nixon. The Community easier Sunrise service sponsored by the Hershey ministerial association will be held in the Hershey Rose Garden at 5 53 . On easter sunday. However a ministerial association spokesman said if it should be raining the service will be conducted in the first evangelical United by Ethren Church. The event will have the Rev. Thomas w. Guinivan pastor of the first . Church As the speaker bringing a the message of easter the preparation for worship in music will be played by the Hershey High school ensemble and the easter greeting will be Given by seminarian Richard g. Miller of holy Trinity lutheran Church. The Rev. B. Richard Templeton assistant pastor of the first . Church will give the invocation. Responsive Reading will be led by the Rev. Robert m. Lezenby pastor of holy Trinity lutheran Church and the Rev. Glenn j. Radar pastor of redeemer United Church of Christ will read the scripture. The easter morning prayer will be offered by the Rev. Kermit l. Lloyd vicar of All saints episcopal Church and the Benediction will be pronounced by the Rev. J. R. Macdonald pastor of Fishburn evangelical United Brethren Church. The choral response will be Sung by the Hershey High school chorus under the direction of Elwyn Spangler and the postlude will be played by the brass ensemble. Productivity and the Dollar the president warned recently in his economic message to Congress of the possibility of Price controls unless the line is held on prices. In the coming months the main source of this Price inflation push will come from uneconomic wage increases increases that exceed the nationwide gains in productivity or Power of producing. You will hear it said by some that when a company or Industry Grants its employees wage increases equal to their gains in production nobody is harmed. The fact is when businesses Grant wage increases that exceed the Overall gain in National Power to produce everyone suffers. The National Standard of living is dragged Down in order to Benefit those whose wage increases out run the average gain across the country. An economist once described the problem in this manner during a certain period of history there was a great amount of technical Progress in the production of wheat limited advances in House building a and no technical Progress in the saving of in the same period the relative incomes of Farmers bricklayers and clergymen did not change. Thus the bricklayers and the clergymen both benefited along with the Farmers from the new relative cheapness of bread. Had the banners collared All the benefits the others would have remained on a medieval Standard of living. Remember this when you hear someone say that a company a increased productivity justifies wage demands. Bear in mind that there Are Many other w age earners necessary to our Way of life whose productivity cannot be Inci Easl and who Are also entitled to share in our nation s economic Progress. They can Only enjoy these benefits if a line is drawn on uneconomic wage increases and Only if those industries with gains in productivity Are Able to pass the benefits along to eve Ryle Fly in the form of lower prices. Only through this Broad i it Point of View can we protect the value of our Dollar. Eleven from Hershey in county band -4 he Hershey High school band will be represented by eleven members at the Dauphin county band festival on saturday evening March 21, in the new upper Dauphin Grade school concert one Hundred and thirty Young musicians will perform at the annual elementary instrumental music concert of the Derry schools on Friday evening March 20, in the High school auditorium. The concert will begin at seven thirty. Taking j Art in the program will be the intermediate string ensemble elementary band Interne Liate band and the Cadet band. The youngsters representing grades five through nine Are directed by the members of the schools music depart Rhent a Jane Emel Elwyn Spangler and Paul g. Fisher. Joint school located at Elizabethville. The concert is scheduled to begin at eight of clock with approximately two Hundred instrumentalists from fourteen schools taking part. Hershey High school members of the county band Are Nancy Kegerreis Barbara Geesey Marena Tighe Gary Grimm Barry free Arno Bosley Richard , Lynn Grimm William Sweney Roy Lingle and Jeff Kreamer. The Hershey group has already participated in several informal rehearsals and on saturday will meet with the entire band for a period of practice prior to the concert. The Public is invited to the free concert which is sponsored by the Dauphin county music educators association. Guest conductor will be Paul Carson band director of West Chester state teachers news comm. Big. Hershey a. A Ulk rate u. S. Postage paid Hershey of. Permit no. 13 3547 requested if Indeli Yerabek

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