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O Caperton, Speak To Club Shenandoah Garden Club at the home of Mrs. Robert on Wednesday, April 13, after a delicious dessert served by the hostess, White - the meeting was by the President, Mrs. Leonard. There were 21 present. were given by Mrs. McMillan and Mrs. Robert concerning the future Center to be established Jefferson County Civic Ceri George Heidrich, chair- the dance committee gave on the forthcoming to be held in June for of Shenandoah Garden and their friends. interesting reports were concerning the recent State of the W. Va. Garden held at Greenbriar. Mrs. Smith, State President, that she was most pleased their role as hostesses to meeting. A total of 49 garden club members from the District had attended the State meeting. I Mrs. Louise Ramey gave a brief report on awards received by the District - and it was noted that I applications for awards sent in by I all the garden clubs of the state this year exceeded the total appli cations sent in by clubs in all of the past years. The speakers for the day were Mrs Hugh Capterton her subject the culture of Peonies and Mrs. Philip Creamer spoke on the raising and new varieties of Clem atis. Very informative and inter- esting talks. Horticulture and arrangements were judged as follows: Arrange- ments "April in Paris" . April flowers featuring a symetrical de- sign. Mrs. Maudice Cooper - red. Mrs. George Heidrich - red. Mrs. i Jules Langlet . yellow and Mrs. Robert White - honorable men- tion. Horticulture - Daffodils - Four classes: Mrs. Paul Cain, 1 yellow, 1 blue, 2 red; Mrs. Louise Ramey 3 blues and 2 reds; Mrs. Philip Creamer - 1 yellow and 1 red; Mrs. William Trussell - 1 yellow; Mrs. Richard White. 2 reds; Mrs. whole meeting, anct felt Maurice Cooper - 1 blue; 1 red: Shenandoah-Potomac Dis and 2 yellows; Mrs. Carlos Starri should be very proud of 1 yellow. I WE AT THE 9 9 I ittee, headed by Gerald Shumaker I ~K~A~T~E_J~'DE~ I plans are al~ being made forI I members to attend the Ladies'I $~tr.~~ffi~. ~.- | A INi~ht Inter-Club meeting to be] ,~ ~~~ L ~]held[ in Martinsburg, April 28.[ ~e~,~,~..,~i~.~..e. ~