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Hershey News (Newspaper) - March 26, 1959, Hershey, PennsylvaniaHershey news vol. 7 a Hershey Pennsylvania March 26,1959 no. 13 easter bunnies by the dozen youngsters at Milton Hershey school far Home Manada have no shortage of easter bunnies. Eleven White furred rabbits arrived there in time for the annual big Day in the Bunny world. In photo Mhz student Floyd Winters while her babies Are in the capable care of Eileen Center and Judy right daughters of Manada House parents or. And mrs. Calvin Peterman. Because of the easter tradition the bunnies Are enjoying special prestige among the various animal pets of the . Hershey employees will retire on april 1 the april 1 retirement of twelve employees has been announced by the Hershey chocolate corporation Hershey estates and the Milton Hershey school. Attaining retirement status on March 1 was c. A. Loyselle a member of the Hershey chocolate corporation sales department. Or. Loyselle resides at 2306 Woodbourne Avenue , ky., and had been with the chocolate corporation since january 3, 1933. The employees who will retire As of april 1 were listed As follows chocolate corporation Robert l. Lamon 40 North seventeenth Street East Orange n. J. Employed since september 26, 1921 sales department. _ Alan r. Fidler 2882 Delaware Avenue Kenmore n. Y. Employed since september 3, 1912 sales department. Cesare Bucci 58 East Areba Avenue Hershey employed since february 13, 1923 press room. Heber e. Adams 910 East chocolate Avenue Hershey employed since july 31, 1945 Power House. Levi a. Hess 145 West Granada Avenue employed since april 7, 1930 Power House. Hershey estates Milton j. Shaeffer Parkview apartments Hershey employed since August 10, 1922 Hershey garage. Clarence w. Kegerreis Palmyra route 1 employed since May 4, 1931 Hershey Abattoir. Charles Mengle 133 East Cherry Street Palmyra employed since March 8, 1943 Hershey Abattoir. Verna j. Blythe 36 West chocolate Avenue Hershey employed since september 7, 1946 Cocoa inn. Elizabeth k. Bistline Parkview apartments Hershey employed since september 20, 1943 Hershey department Harry Deaven 32 Maple Avenue Hershey employed since May 25,1933 sports Arena. Milton Hershey school Harry r. Brandt Parkview apartments Hershey employed since August 28, 1933 m. H. S. truths when will we recognize these fundamental truths ? that All wealth comes from production. That we cannot distribute More than we produce. That production comes from applying human Energy to natural resources with the Aid of tools and that anything that Dii courage the invention of or investment in tools injures the welfare and Security of the worker. That employment comes from customers not from corporations. That there is no such thing As Job Security without customer Security. That the unending fight for higher wages is not a fight Between capital and labor but Between labor and labor because the workers who Are earning the wages they get must As customers pay in the form of higher prices the unearned wages of the others. A Fred g. Clark in fund lauds Hershey employee groups for help the excellent support Given by Hershey employees to the Tri county United funds Appeal last fall was saluted at the fund groups annual meeting on Friday March 20, at Damp Hill. As a result of their outstanding participation in the fund Campaign for charitable and social service purposes of Honor award plaques were presented to the Hershey chocolate corporation Hershey estates and the Milton Hershey school. The Honor awards were Given to organizations whose employees scored at least sixty percent participation in the United fund drive. In making the presenta tons. Campaign chairman John s. Hanckel told the representatives of the honoured firms and organizations a fall of you represent employee groups that have Given most generously to help those less fortunate than also honoured by the Tri county United fund was the Hershey news cited for support of the Campaign. The citation signed by of president Russell j. Charles was awarded a in recognition of outstanding achievement in serving the human needs of our Joe v. Garvey former Campaign chairman and vice president was elected president of the Tri county body. Harvey is general manager of Harrisburg railways morning this easter message was provided by the Rev. Or. J. R. Macdonald president of the Hershey ministerial association easter morning. And the time to determine once again what shall be a the set of our shall we continue to look into the grave or shall we Rise and face about of Jesus it was said a the set of his face was Tow Ard this was so not because Jerusalem was attractive or worthy in itself rather because it Lay across the path leading to Victory and to glory. It is human for us to Tarry at the grave where last we saw our loved ones. But not even our most beloved in Sanctify the grave or give it Hope. We face it because it lies across the path which is the appointed Way of All flesh. No if we turn our faces toward the grave and take our station there we shall find Only w easiness grief and tears. The longer we linger the greater the Strain. If. On the other hand we turn our Hacks to the grave we shall find our Hope in Christ. He a 4 risen out of the grave but As Long As his children must Deal with its Stern reality. He will always be near. A easter is the greatest Day in the Church year. And Why because of the firm unshakable conviction beginning with the first disciples and abiding with the True Church until now that Jesus did not abide in death that the grave could not retain him. He was raised by the Power of god and this conviction is the one abiding and sure Hope of the human race. The declared they saw Jesus after he arose and the True Church has always believed them and concentrated her defense at this impregnable in it int. She will always be Safe until it be captured. At this la int christianity must stand or fall. Calvary itself would be income Lete without the easter morn. Quot. Christ w As delivered for our trespasses but just As truly was he raised for our justification. In him is our Hope. Many men have Power to Lay Down life. Only one has Power to take it up again. Rise hallowed morn whose earliest Ray tells of a Tomb no longer sealed. Bright Angels Roll the Stone away and sin and death their Empire yield Over All the Earth the morning chime Calls on the sons of men to Pray. People and tribes of every clime rejoicing Hail the sacred Day. Easier Sunrise service to be held in Rose Garden the Community a easter Sunrise service in the Hershey Rose Garden is scheduled to begin at 5 53 a.m., the Hershey ministerial association has announced. Music and the traditional easter worship will be shared by the hundreds who will gather on the Hillside setting in the easter morn religious event. The Rev. Thomas w. Guini Van pastor of the first evangelical United Brethren Church will be the speaker for the service with other members of the taking part. The Hershey High school chorus and brass ensemble we ill provide the appropriate musical preparation interlude and postlude. The ministerial association reminded the Public that if it should be raining the service will be held in the first evangelical United Brethren Church. 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