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Rahmlow, H. J. (ed.) / Wisconsin horticulture
Vol. XXX (September 1939/July-August 1940)

Wisconsin horticulture, vol. 30, no. 10: June, 1940,   pp. [273]-304


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WI SCONSIN  HORTICULTURE 
                   ANNUAL SUMMER MEETING 
          WISCONSIN GARDEN CLUB FEDERATION 
                    EAGLE RIVER-JULY 27-28 
                       SATURDAY, JULY 27 
    11 a.m.-12 M. Assemble at Anvil Lake Camp Ground-10 miles cast of Eagle
River onl County Trunk A. Bring your own luncheon. 
    1:30 p.m. Short business meeting Wisconsin Garden ('ln]) Federation.
    2:00 p.m. Dedication services in the Wisconsin School Children's Forest
at 
East entrance of Forest on County Trunk A. 
    Each person will plant a tree as part of services, which will be conducted
by Mr. John Callahan, State Superintendent of Public Instruction; Mr. E.
N. 
Hein, State Conservation Department; Mr. Scott Leavitt, U. S. Forest Service;
and Mrs. E. R. Durgin, Racine. 
   3:30 p.m. Tour conducted by U. S. Forest Service to Anvil Lake Lookout
Tower for view of forest. A privately owned logged area, a Government logged
area for comparison, and the famous Franklin Lake recreation area will be
seen. 
   6:30 p.m. Dinner at Club DeNoyer-cabin camp reserved for our use. In-
cludles modern cottages and recreation privileges, tennis, golf, horseback
riding, 
hiking and swimming. Breakfast 50c: other meals 75c. Cottages-2 in cottage,
$1.00 per person. Make reservations with A. J. DeNoyer, Eagle River. Wis-
consin, and be sure to mention reservation for tile Federation, or they will
he 
refused. 
                       EVENING PROGRAM 
   8:00 p.m. Meeting under the stars and around camp fire in park near Eagle
River. 
   Program, History and Geology of t'he Eagle River area, by 11. S. Tuttle,
Highway Engineer. 
                        SUNDAY, JULY 28 
   8:00 a.m. Breakfast at Club DeNoycr. 
   9:00 a.m. Boat trip through Chain O'Lakes stopping at interesting points
on way. Attractive gardens and appealing landscapes. Other tours to be an-
nounced. All will be supervised. 
   12 M. Half hour of inspiration presented by Congregation Church Minister
and choir. 
   1 :00 p.m. Dinner followed by sight-seeing tours if desired. 
LECTURES ANNOUNCED BY 
   LAKE GENEVA GARDEN 
             CLUB 
 T HE Lake Geneva Town and 
   Country   Garden   Club   an- 
nounces   two   important open 
meetings to which all garden 
club members are invited, as 
follows: 
  June 11. Mr. A. P. Saunders of 
Hamilton College, Clinton, New 
York. Subject, Peonies. 
  July 19. Dorothy Biddle, Pleas- 
antville, New  York. Subject, 
Flower Arrangement. 
  Admission to each 50c. 
    MEN'S GARDEN CLUB 
        CONVENTION 
T HE annual convention of the 
   Men's Garden Chtlb) of Ameri- 
ca will be held July 18-19-20 in 
the Hotel Sheldon, New     York 
City. 
  The Men's Garden Club of 
America now    has 28 member 
clubs. 
Coming Wisconsin Flower 
                      Shows 
  June 11. Wild Flower Show 
by the Wild Flower Garden Club, 
Superior. 
  June 13-14. Baraboo Garden 
Club Flower Show. Baraboo. 
  June 14. West Bend Garden 
Club Flower Show in Evangeli- 
cal Reformed Church, 2 to 9:30 
p.m. 
  June 22-23. Art Institute Gar- 
den Club Flower Show, at Art 
Institute, 772 No. Jefferson St., 
Milwaukee. Show open June 22, 
12 M. to 9 p.m.; June 23, 2 p.m. 
to 5 p.m. No admission charge. 
  June 22-23. Kenosha County 
Garden Club A n n u a l Spring 
Flower Show at the Kenosha 
Youth Foundation Building in 
the Gymnasium. Admission 10c. 
  June 22-23. National Peony 
Show. Mayo Clinic Auditorium. 
Rochester, Minnesota. 
  August 3-4. Annual Flower 
Show of the Madison Garden 
Club in Woman's Bldg., 240 W. 
Gilman St., Madison. 
  August 10-11. Wisconsin Gladi- 
olus Show. High School Gym- 
nasium, Columbus. 
NATIONAL COUNCIL, STATE 
  GARDEN CLUB FEDERA- 
    TION CONVENTIONS 
UNE 18-20. Wentworth-by-the- 
   Sea, New Hampshire, Annual 
m e e t i n g. Wentworth House. 
Chairman, Mrs. William Cham- 
plin, Rochester, N. H. 
  October 7-9. French Lick 
Springs, Indiana. Semi-annual 
meeting. French Lick Springs 
Hotel. Chairman, Mrs. E. C. Cline, 
207 S. Eighteenth St., Richmond, 
Ind. 
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