Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 15
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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 15

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Womens News Society CLOVIS, NfcW MEXICO, Sunday, May 0, 1905, Page 15 T Of Gard< ent Flow Show CO-CIIAITCMAN — Serving for the Spring A wakening F be presented Friday, is Mrs. as co-chairman lou'or Sho\v, to Arcliie Dough- crty, Grarly. Serving with Mrs. Dougherty is Mrs. L. O. Hudson, H. 21st. (Stuff Hhotoj BY MEREDITH CONE Women's Editor The Clovis Council of Garden Clubs will present their 1965 Annual Flower Show based on the theme "Spring Awakening." Five area garden clubs will enter exhibits, as well as the one children's club. There will b e five sections in the Division I, or artistic division, and each club in the council drew for their respective section, which will be club competition only. Each garden" club member must enter in her section before she may enter in the invitational section. The invitational section will be made up of entries from alii five clubs, and present greater competition. This is termed on the pro gram as section 6, and is divided into three classes; Class A, Yesterday; Class B, Today; and Class C, Tomorrow. Each member may enter five entries, two In her class and three in the invitational. The Little Daisy Garden Club sponsored by the Century Garden Club, as well as children of the other garden club members, may enter in Division III Participating clubs will be Encanto, Century, Gate way Redbud and the Garden Department of the Clovis Worn an's Club. In all, there will be seven seons ticultural section, with classes and sub-classes. Division IV will be the ed ucatlonal exhibit, this year featuring an extensive display of poisonous plants, native to New Mexico, their common names and the scientific designation. Mrs. Archie Dougherty and Mrs. L. 0. Hudson are the general chairmen for the annual show and have worked with the following committees. The schedule committee consists of Mrs. M. E. Conway Mrs. Sam Neff, Mrs. Tom Grady, Mrs. Eugene Fontenot, Mrs J.VV. Messer, Mrs. Elmer Langford and Mrs. John Tadlock. In charge of staging division I and section 1-5 are the vice renoeac manyand section 6 is the work of the general chairmen, Staging division II will be the flower show committee of each garden club, and Division 111 is under the direction of Mrs. Grant. Clayton. Entries and classification are under the charge of the presi dent of each garden club, who is responsible for entries in her chosen division, with the exception of Section 6 which is under the direction of the general chairmen. Division II entries will be ar* ranged by Mrs. Rosa Roberts, assisted by the Flower Show Committees, and Division III will be the work of Mrs. Clayton. Judges have been selected. by Mrs. J,A. Wafd, The awards will be presented under the care of the general. chairmen and the clerks will be Mrs. Charles Outhals, Mr*/ Beth Kibler for the artistic sec* tion and Mrs. George Partridge and Mrs. Wallace Orwin for/ the Horticultural sections, Mrs. Stuart Auld Is in charge of the Educational Exhibit and Mrs. Grant Clayton hand- 'ed the publicity. The posters were handwork of Mrs. Reuben Nieves, includ- ng the exhibit posters used In the photos. The show will be open to the >ublic from 2 until 5 p.m. fol- owing the awarding of the ribbons. $*«',1 ' ^Wry,. ' "**' -fc • / • /-?« 4»v,* " tf * •* >*V • *,- h POISON — Chairman of t!v Kdura^ri Exhibit for the fym:: th. <e for porsnnal safoiv. Thi< exhibit will add the ' U ™; E DAISIES — The Little Daisy Garden Club will entered in Division m Shown hem urftv, * c,™«f ™t 0 t« . « Marsha Sims To Be Installed In Public Rainbow Ceremony M.-s Marsha Jane Sim> n- Temple. il.i.;:••-,!.•! of Mrs Ma:in,e T li^aM;: .' ...fiu-cr fe-r the af'.»- S:ii^ of l:>o5 K Tent.", ,S'!,.<'> n'x'i. will i>e ML- Hi-.k'. <[•«.: af-i trie late Mr. S::r:i wii! !,»• <"•'* Mi-> Fiance^ Ann ('t>n;;»- K,••'.'.'(•! as Worth \ A,i', is..; ,,; ''••''• >!ran<J uor!h<, ad'.jMir nt K.I:'. i Assembly N,, 2:> I.'iV.-n.i at '2 p m t(ul.r> in pub!,.,- numc". at the C!u\;s Ma^n M> vi-n wi!! scr\e as« m M ••• K.I ret ;i Skeen will l>"rsr.a fturv ,-,< -';•!>:• an.i Ka'! M!^-'-- Ho.;*-- miry an lleiMni are pa--! unrtli\ ail\i->nrs M:-- Skeen i< {.':anil M.-> Lin,!., An.I, r~...n. arlt i \\ r \ \ W.i'l wiH U- snioists fur Mi--- Ka\ Hun I -n.-i-, w ;1! hi' Mack O-borne. anil I'.i! c'll.'iafit. T:-i,- I' t - M,;a\ K^.-orts will .Idf Si!!'.vart/ ina^ici' cDuncilor Jaii.U' U'aiil. ILnulil JUIIHT. (in'__; Wurt!iin:M,p.M. Ma c<xk. Joii.'i Carici. and Don Si.iL.'!H-r. (iffu-iTs to ho installed Manila u'.'v K;n liM^iM'-i \vor- 1,'iy assuciatt.' advisnr. Marly? (i;aj^ cha::!\ .latii-t Hi-criu> lt»|'f Ciuih (Jray. /ait:;. Sue lu-atun (haplain: i'ani Mjrn.s dull lfad«-r. ('arohn Maddox, lu\i>. Hi-tt\ Kav Stt'p!ifii>. re- li«n.n! SitiMii I'ijikui naMi.'e t'ofiriu' Let-, imniortahtv; I 'am Kfin;i fidi-lit\ l'h\ !!x (iilirspii' j.-atiiotum, Mi-lody VVoodi-oi-k st-rvirc Jam. r Thiini|t>nn. i n!! iuientia! ohMTVcr: Tt-rr\ \\al- lac-e. tmtiT oliser\t-r. Linda \u- ivt-n. i-luur diii-c-tor. \ a n c y Waters. Jackie Siki-s l»ana Dickey, Marsha llains. Beverly Dunean is recorder and l.inda Hammond is mu.sidan 'I'ere.ia How aid i> treasurer. and l.inda Hammond is nuisu-ian lor the Assembly for the year. Marsha has c-hosen "Faith" as the theme (or her term, the Holy Bible as her symbol and "Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the Word of Uod " Humans 10 17 as her snip tun Jlei inoM.. i« '1,,,'h VM!, (StX JUAKMJA J'i,£ ( jjs, PAMIELULMC INSTALLATION ^ Llano Estacado City Panhellenic \\jJJ meet Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Dick Worley, 2600 E. ^l s t.. for an installation of the following officers. Shown at left is installing officer and out-going president, Mrs. John Hays. Delta Gamma; Mrs. Nick Bruwn, 1%5 president, Delta Delta Delta; Mrs- Bob Anderson, secretary, Kappa Alpha Theta; Mrs. George Hammond, treasurer, Alpha Chi --a; Mi s . J. c. Sueliun, vice piusidi-nl. flu Ojuega. The progiam ful the 7 30 p.m. meeting will include a fashion show narrated by Doris Akin and Pat Williams, with fashions from their shop. Not shown in the picture are Mrs, J. D. Coiinsworth, program chairman, Delta Delta Delta, and Mrs. Robert Merrill, social chairman, Zeta T»u Alpha. An tovltattoa is extended to all alumnae of collegiate sororities affiliated with Paa- hellenic, and newcomers wishing more information on n*embership may call Mrs. Charles Gunt, 7Q-5S8'J. (Stall i'hoto) t U

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