Clipped From The Brookshire Times
AWARD WINNERS AT FLOWER SHOW Mrs. Fred Buller, at the left, received the Award of Merit for the best hovticulture entry and the Horticulture Sweepstakes Award for having the greatest number of blue ribbon^. Miss Myrtle Sears received the Special Award for her conservation exhibit exhibit on birds. Her oak leaf ivy is shown in the picture. Modern Moth Course To Be Offered Adults at Koty School A course h>. modern mathematics \vill -be made available to parents and other lay < .• izens residing residing in the Kaly school district v,l,u m e interested interested in lean, ing the basic concepts of the modern math program. instructor. Those parents who desire to register for the course are requested to contact Robert E. King, Katy Elementary School principal at UL 2- •18'J5 within the next ten | days. The course will consist BEST ARRANGEMENTS WIN SPECIAL AWARDS Mrs. Raymond Barker is holding the Tri Color Award she won for the best arrangement for all fresh cut plant material with her entry "Japan" and the Sweepstakes Award for the greatest number of blue ribbons in the artistic division. division. Mrs. Melvin Scott's "Manhattan Skyline" arrangement on the left, a blue ribbon winner, would have won for her the Award of Distinction for the best artistic entry using other than fresh cut material. The award was withheld because because there were only 3 entries in the division which needed four. Flower Tour Sfaged By Garden Club The eighth annual flower show with the theme "Flower Tour" was staged at the Methodist Methodist Fellowship Hall in Brookshire last Friday. About 40 beautiful arrangements arrangements were entered in the artistic division. Blue ribbons were won by Mrs. Melvin Scott, Mrs. Wes Buller and Mrs. Raymond Barker. Mrs. Barker was awarded the Tri Color and the Artistic Artistic Arrangement Sweepstakes Sweepstakes Award. Judges were Mrs. Leon T a y 1 o r, 5302 Patrick Henry; Mrs. J. \V. Kennedy, Kennedy, 3779 Elmore; Mrs. Carl Taylor, 8-141 Woodlyn. Woodlyn. Blue Ribbon winners: Horticulture, M r s. Rose Ernstes, Mrs. J. F. Lang, Mrs. Charles Morton, Morton, Mrs. George Rhe- man, Mrs. Melvin Scott, Mrs. Violet Sears, Miss Myrtle Sears, Mrs. Fred Buller. Mrs. Buller received the Horticulture Sweepstakes Award and the Award of Merit for the best entry. Miss Myrtle Sears received received a Special Award for her educational exhibit exhibit featuring birds. The award of appreciation appreciation was presented to Mrs. Kenneth Elkins. Coffee and cookies were served to seventy- five guests who came to view the work of the club members.