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 - shgw 1VEN CLOSING DAY I mnrkwl the close...
shgw 1VEN CLOSING DAY I mnrkwl the close Thursday iftornoon of the flower show arranged by the Garden club. Judges were Luther DuBois, agriculture instructor ad Miss Lela Ewert of Woodland Proceeds of the show are to be put into the fund being built up for the i purchase of a new clubhouse. I ' Awards were made as follows: j Mrs. Clarence Gill, basket mixed! roses, Coleus. Mrs. Fred McGrew, basket one variety roses, Genista. Mrs. Susan Magill, best basket one v - vmtv r - limhW Oriental). Coleus. Mrs. C. S. Merritt, best yellow rose (Golden Emblem), Juniper True. Mrs. Charles Orengo, best single rose (Irish Fire Flame), Genista. Mrs. Harry B. Morris, best red rose, (Hadley), Petunias. Mrs. T. G. Hughes, best baby rose, (Cecil Brenner), Juniper Tree. Mrs. H. R. Schaeffer, best pink rose, choice Iris. Mrs. Otto Schluer, best variety (Robert Lamblin) Genista. Mrs. Helen Clark, best white rose, (Frau Carl Dnischhi) Delphiniums. Iris Mrs. Susan Magill, best (Bearded. Capitan) Primrose. Mrs. Helen Clark, best pink, (Bearded, Isoline) Bluebells of Scotland. Mrs. A. B. Welch, best allow (Bearded, Soledad) Japanese Aucuba. Mrs. A. B. Welch, best white, (Bearded. Florentina Alba). Mrs. Fred Meier, best purple, j (Bearded. Magnifica) Fuschia. V - s Fred Meier, best blends , 1 (Boarded, Shcrbert) Primrose. Mrs. Nile Fisher, best color (Beard ed, Prosper Laguiere Veronica. Mrs. Ed Green, best blue (othei variety) (Siberica Sulperba) Bego IivVJ&:pi6HTS Potted Plants Miss Gertrude White, best potted fn.r, iv Pipcnviin Genista. ', Mrs. Charles Orensro, best foliage ' Hnni f.r.hms. "'a ' ihig ; eus, I I '."V; ' iriety j . j ,11Xlit Mrs. W. A. Boots, best P.e (Aspidistra) Pyracanfha Gocc - in Miss Lottie White, best bio plant (Begonia). Mrs. Lena LVerL best C Rush lfoneysii'.kle. one vari - ! fhr Mrs. T. G. Bughe. best ctv flower (Ranunculus) c Mrs. Thomas Arens, best ety (Columbines), Wygelia. Miss Alice Comfort, best ctv (snapdragon) Genista. Mrs. A. Jackson, best oi (snapdragon). Pink Locust Mrs. K. StadtmnlltT. be flowers, primrose. Mrs. Sam White, be. - .t in ers, butterfly plant. Mrs. George Vaughn, best mixed flowers, begonia. Carden Flow ilrs A. F. Binde. columbines, won choice iris. Mrs. Lena Ewert, pansie Anemone Japonica. H. Henigan, sweet peas, won Del - phinium. Mrs. Charles Eddy, red tulips, won, Genista. Mrs I ester Cranston, smnvbai - s, won choice iris. Mrs. Helen Clark, anemones, von i widow's tears. Boy Scouts j Owen iliddieson, best basket mixed ' flowers, 1. Leland Taylor, best basket one vari - , ei ' Charles Koecker, best basket one Honorable Mention Honorable menti were as follows: j Mrs. Thelma Grant (Yellow Tulip). Mrs. Lena Ewert (Coral Bells). Mrs. Frank Eddy (Corn Flower). Mrs. P. N. Ashley (Iris). Miss Esther Guthrie (Sweet Peas)., drs. Oscar Fisher (Delphinium). , Mrs. T. 0. Arcns (Tulips). Mrs. G. S. Vaughn (Columbine). j There were 37 plants given as r.rizes and three cash prizes. The nri'.e committee for the club 1 was Mrs. Fred R. Ogden, chaii and Mrs. Mollie Gray. for exhibits !

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  1. Woodland Daily Democrat,
  2. 26 Apr 1929, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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