1954 Helen BrayPTA President
TIMP FLOWER SHOW ARRANGEMENTS—Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evan A. Billings, and St'even, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Boyson, show Mrs. Max Bray, PTA president, and Robert W. Laird, faculty representative, how they arrange a floral display for the coming Timpanogo* flower show. Timp School Invites Public to Flower Show "Come to our Flower Show" is he invitation being extended by! students of Provo's Timpanogos elementary school to local citizens. citizens. Thursday, Sept. 23 from five to Teven p. m. has been set as the date and time for this third annual annual floral display which is joint- ly sponsored by students and the PTA. All arrangements are/made by the children, according to Mrs. Max Bray, PTA president, who urges patrons to attend and support this children's affair. The school will make use of their new "outdoor" livingroom for this colorful occasion advises Harvey Staheli, principal. Timpanogos PTA officers are Mrs. Max Bray, president; Mrs. Frank Godfrey, general chairman; chairman; Mrs. Rulon Boyson, hospitality hospitality and Robert W. Laird, and Norma Jane Martinez, faculty representatives.