Clipped From The Brookshire Times
Mrs. Hodges Speaks To Garden Club Ladies On Permanent Flowers The lovely home of Mrs. Melvin Scott was the locale for the meeting of the Friendship Garden Club last Thursday morning. Seventeen members answered roll call by naming a garden gadget. Four guests, Mrs. Jessie Tucker. Mrs. Elmer Stockdick, Mrs. Ward Stanberry, and Mrs. Lynn Tucker were welcomed. Mrs. Hodges of the Hodges Garden Center, gave an inter- Westhcimer, budget. Added to the executive committee were N. E. Coward, Harrison C. Hobart, James A. Elkins, Jr., J. A. Horner and W. L. Lindholm. Among those elected for one-year terms was William F. Thurman. esting talk on arranging permanent flowers and appropriate containers with reference to rooms for displaying. Sheet moss, styrofoam, and oasis were mentioned as bases. Ways to clean permanent flowers were also given. President, Mrs. G. L. Buller, named the slate of officers for next year as given her by the nominating committee, Mrs. Fred Buller. Mary Ann Ernstes and Mrs. G. Z. Sadler. They are president, Mrs. Dor- othv Bennett; first vice president, Mrs. Wes Buller; 2nd | vice president, Mrs. Raymond |Barker; -secretary, Mrs. Melvin Scott; treasuerer and reporter, Mrs. W. F. Egger; publicity, Mary Ann Ernstes, and historian, Mrs. Fred Buller. Mrs. Melvin Scott and Mrs. Raymond Barker were hostesses for the meeting.