Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1965 · Page 18
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For a num )er of years at flower show .ime, the Redlands Board of ftealtors has arranged outstand- ng garden tours as part of the show offering. The board provides very at- ractive brochures listing the jardens and including a direc- ional map. Donald S. Cummings vas responsible for this year's nap and was assisted by Ann r ord Farran in obtaining permission for show visitors to ne\v the gardens of Col. and Mrs. Edward Gould, M i s s iloyah Clark, Mrs. Purnell E.i Singman, Mrs. Eugene Roehl- From the educational standpoint, the show more than fulfilled its function. Carrying out the Japanese theme were the bonsai specimens of Mrs. Make peace. In flower arrangement, there were many entries in true Japanese style, one of which, entered by Mrs. Kay Komura, won the popular vote trophy. The American-Oriental type arrangements done by Mrs. W. A. Sidler were a revelation to many. Entrancingly Oriental was the section of the tea room where members of the Redlands Sister City committee had set up a "Takanomo". Col. and Mrs. Joseph B. Wogen and the Charles C. Parkers were responsible for this. The stage, converted Into a Japanese garden, gave a glimpse of what Japanese gardens are like. Hostesses in the tea room, Japanese women res- CONVENIENT — Kitchen boasts plenty of counter and cabinet space. Hello... White House? No, this is the Brown House . . . sorry!! dent. He wrote her recently that "no one is more compassionate than I over your having to answer phone calls to the White House." "I actually enjoy it," said Mrs. Brown. "You can imagine ng and Mr. and Mrs. Alvinj idents in Redlands, wore au- Riedler. At show opening time, the thentic Japanese dress, adding a note of color. The exhibit of •isitors had little'idea of t hej California nalive P lants collected nan hours (all volunteer) that and set U P bv Mrs - Farran, in man hours (all volunteer) that sad gone into making the beautiful and tranquil Oriental setting. Claude Thompson Jr. and Tirso Serrano had transported all heavy flower show props eluded a number new to most. William D. Hawkinson and Valmar Slamova, partners in the iris gardens. Court of the Iris, Yucaipa, were pinch-hitting Sat- NEW YORK (UPI) - The, White House has written to the Brown house about those pesky telephone calls. Mrs. Rose Brown, a Queens housewife has received a letter from President Johnson thanking her for handling his calls "with all the diplomacy of an ambassador and the warmth of an understanding woman." The President said the White House would in turn "do the best that we can" in handling calls for the Brown family. It all began some months ago when Mrs. Brown began getting calls from people who obviously thought they had dialed the White House. The Brown House phone number is identical to the White House's except for the area code 212. The area code for Washington is 202. A New York columnist wrote an amusing item on Mrs. Brown's unique phone answering service which was brought to the attention of the Presi- the consternation at the other end of the line when I say 'No, this isn't the White House —it's the Brown house.' I hops that no one ever asks me to change my number." Snyder's Termite Control • Treatments and control services for ants, roaches, termites, moths, etc. 0 New, safe fumigation for drywood termites and other household pests. HOUSEHOLD AND GARDEN INSECTICIDES FOR SALE! M8 EAST VINE STREET PHONE PY 2-3841 i+*»*+**»**++*»***+++•+»**+++++++**+•»**»+*»*»+••+*+»»*»*** from a warehouse. Danger-1 "relay for Joe J. Littlefield mond's nursery had designed | wno was unable to be present and executed an outstanding ! as scheduled. The two men, Japanese garden (complete ; bol!l exceptionally knowledgable with stone lantern) on t h e horticulturists, answered ques- stage, and William H. Hurst had transformed a dull corner into an exquisite shady garden. Mrs. Serrano had painted Japanese welcome banners which hung from bamboo poles. tions on plant identification and problems. Many came Sunday and were referred to this writer. Earlier, both men had served as judges. Mr. Serrano, president of Red- Valley College loaned a lovely Hands Horticultural and Improve- Japanese screen enclosing a,ment Society, had no official round table holding a bonsai, show title but devoted many one of the many beautiful ones j man hours li making the show shown by Mrs. R. G. Make-i a success. He even went to one garden, at the owners' request, and dug irises for two hours- i these a donation for the plant peace. In the opposite corner from the shady garden, Audrey Hein. who owns Valley's End Iris!sale. This is the first year that Gardens, had a spectacular dis-: requests for plants for the sale play of irises. Also, from the :ourt of the Iris, Valmar slamova exhibited a few onco- breds, a true oncocyclus and a regelia. On the far side of t h e room, E. A. Angell's amaryllis display sparkled, causing much comment. Almost 500 persons signed the attendance book at the show and there were visitors from many states. This writer talked with people from Oregon, Pennsylvania and Iowa. Many came from Riverside, Laguna and all towns adjacent to Redlands as well as from the Los Angeles rea. A feature seemingly much appreciated was the Plant Sale so ably presided over by Dr. Charles M. Gruber who was assisted by Mrs. Nellie Gatlin and Mrs. Henry Schlag. Those who so kindly donated small trees and plants, including many irises, are thanked by the show management for their contribu- went out through publicity. Mos generous was the response. For instance, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Taylor donated over two doz en tiny trees for potential bonsai specimens. Mrs. William M. Nitterhouse was the show's general chair man and did her best to be in six places at the same time To Mrs. Nitterhouse and Mr Serrano go the heartfelt thanks of the society's members for a magnificent job well done. The Boys Service club at Cope Junior High school deserves an award of merit — they "fetchec and carried" all through the show. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International In God We Trust, designated as the U. S. national motto by Congress in 1956, originated during the Civil War as an inscription for U. S. coins, according to the World Almanac. 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