LGGC 9 Aug 1956
on to the 4th Flower Show Opens Friday at Geneva; Chairmen Named LAKE GENEVA— Horticultural Hall here is being readied for the opening of the 48th annual flower show presented by the Lake Geneva Garden Club and the Gardeners' and Foremen's Association. Tha show, following the theme Southern Accent," will be held from lO a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, frem 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. Geuetfal chairmen are Mrs. Melvin J: Blnks and Mrs. William Y. Gllmore Jr. Featured Friday evening will be fashion show, "Fashions and North and South," from the N. A. Hanna Shop, Wilmette, HI. Mrs. 1. L. Elwood will be commentator. Booths in the Horticultural Hall courtyard will offer candy, gourmet items, gifts, pastry, flowers and plants, vegetables and cons«r- vatlon. Flower arrangement classes will include shadow boxes, table settings, miniatures and niches. In charge of the various com mittees are: Judges and hospitality, Mrs.. Edward W. Emery; entrance Mrs Frederick Teich; tickets and finance, Mrs. Earl A. Dreschler; general cashier, John Bruns; registrar. Mrs. William J. Hagenah Jr., Mrs. James M. Rawleigh program and advertising, Mrs. I^wrence Rayner, Mrs. A. G. Zul- f>er; sflle of programs, Mrs. Edward A. Wheeler, Mrs. John D. Galbralth; publicity, Mrs. Howard A. Vaughan. Music, Mrs. Barbara Cox Abbott; flower arrangement lecture, Mrs. A, B. Dickinson; staging committee. Mrs. Frank Culhane, Mrs. Charles A. Thomas; booths, Mmes. George F. Getz Jr., Ferdinand Bunte, J. K. Lund, Charles B. Goes, I. L. Elwood, Ashton Lee, William 0. Hunt, J. Rockefeller Prentice, Robert Couffcr, Louis W. Schultz, William H. Gai-vey Jr., A, H. Edwards, David Durand, A. G. LaMar Norman Cavedo, Frederick Faylle, John Clifford, Philip K. Wrigley. Tea room, Mrs. Austin Pope, Mrs. Earle J. Zimmerman, sale ot fruits, flowers and vegetables, Mme.<f. E. 0. Grlffenhagen, William H. Emery, E. B. Lanman; courtyard, Mrs. William C. Grunow, Mrs. Robert Tarrant; library, Mrs. Arthur W Wakeley, Mrs. Philip K. Wrigley, Mrs. Bengt Stromgrcm; flower arrangement classes, Mmes. Frederick Teich, William F. Peterson, John Armstrong. John Carpenter Clarke, Frederick C. Gartz, Warren Shoemaker.