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mi1 mr" pp" yity 0 "'O apyaap a 'Sp -m-w vnwm yap yyy steam.1 DAHLIA SUNDAY TO BE DAZZLING COPE'S Fuchsia GARDENS fnnr riasses broken down Hundreds of hanging burets; into best dahlia, most perfect dahlia, bestbicolor and "best tubs; wall baskets the finestH made with fuchsias In $0 Oc3 fuli-bloom. Beauties at pompon in each class. The Mavnr's Peroetual Trophy Uprights and trailers In big gal- will a eain be awarded the Best Dahlia in the Show. Displays on both floorJ, including arrangements, will Ion cans in bloom. ie this colorful display.
Nothing like It in the Bay Area it's beautiful. 882 57th St. Hur Grota Mtmbtr A.F.S. OpM 10 til 7 show blooms ranging from fl 1(111 III! two to 14 inches in diameter, according to Charles M. Spectacular displays of thou-, sands of dahlias, both in their natural state and in cut blooms, will attract flower lovers from all parts of California to Lakeside Park during August.
Next Sunday will be Dahlia Tuiiday in the Oakland Park Department's famed trial and show gardens, including the Jeading and original test garden" for the American Dahlia Society on the Pacific Coast. More than 2,900 plants, representing 320 varieties in all' types, colors and sizes, will dazzle the eye. Gates will open at 10 a.m. and close at 5:30 n.ril. 9 1 Kurtz, manager of tne snow Angeles, Napa, Fresno, Sacramento, San Franciscpand many other Calif ornia, points will join local growers itf displaying 10,000 blooms in all sections of the building.
Commercial displays will be in the 70-foot Picture Room downstairs, mass of blooms on three-tiered tables converting the long wall into a riot of color as background to a floor-full of exhibition tables. Extensive and varied amateur displays will be in the Vista Room, Garden Room, and lanai on the main floor. As an added highlight this year, a junior section is being included, with four displays contributed by young dahlia enthusiasts and with a junior category in the competition. Age limit for entrants is 15 years. Judging by 33 outstanding horticulturists from all "over the state on Saturday morning will determine winners in the various competitive categories.
A Court of Honor will be established for the display of 16 prize-winning entries in S-C Oakland Tribune j- Sunday, Aug. 7 I960 best suited to Bay Area weather, conditions will be described. On the, following Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 20-21, the dahlia society willpresenUts second annual Dahlia Show in the Lakeside Park Garden Center building. Its first show was a feature of the dedication program for the building last August.
The public will be admitted without charge from 3 to" 10 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. President R.
E. (Pete) Har-ter reports that exhibitors from Tulare, Bakersfield, Los ITAllll 1.11V, l-lUkl(. iMJ Dahlia Societjrwill be in the garden all day with Stanley J. O'Connell, the Park Department's dahlia expert, to answer questions on soils and on culture and care ofLL'the international flower." Results of experiments in propagation and growing in the test garden to determine varieties BUILT-IN CHARM The front walk to this horn was given added importance with a charming screening fence which leads the eye right up to the door belL Fence, built of Ix4-inch western red cedar set in a sturdy cedar frame, has been stained to match the house siding. Lounging deck is secreted behind the fence which is high enough to insure the area's privacy.
GENUINE ft DURABLE CERAMICS SANITARY TILE INEXPENSIVE GUARANTEED XPXT NORKfMNSHIP SPLIT-LEAF PHILODENDRON LARGE PLANT SI 00 ONLY I FD 0rthid Cactus -It EE with this ad! WARREN'S NURSERY 2200 5th Berkeley 10 Closed Tuesday Dahlia Show Set The annual Bank of Commerce Dahlia' Show has been set for Sept. 15 and 16. It is sponsored by the East Bay Dahlia -Society. Carl Lundvall, show manager, says members of the society will display exhibition blooms and arrangements in the bank from Aug. 1 until showtime.
The Entrance Should Say No matter how lovely its over-all design, every home vitally needs a gracious to jigliver the NAMING OUR CITY STREETS By ALBERT E. NORMAN McCLURE STREET, running from 29th to 30th, is named for Rev. David McClure, founder of Mc-Clure's Academy (also known as the California Military Academy) that once occupied the land between 29th and 30th Streets, from Telegraph Avenue to within 100 feet of Summit St. After a fire in 1892, the academy site was subdivided for homes. A part of the building that was saved was -moved to 18th and San Pablo and became the Jua-nita Hotel.
POIRIER STREET in North Oakland was named for DeLima Poirier who in the 1850s owned and farmed 160 acres adjoining Shattuck Ave. Some of his land is now the site-of Bushrod Park and Washington Grammar SchooLJHis home stood at the southwest corner of 61st and Shattuck Ave. VALDEZ STREET is named for Jose Valdez who owned the land from 20th to 28th between Broadway andHarrison. In 1866 he sold 6V2 acres (not the entire piece as an earlier article indicated) to Father King of St. Mary's Church for the Sisters of the College of Holy Names for $4,920.
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