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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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WISCONSIN  HORTICULTURE 
Good: Elm   Grove G. C., Mrs. G. 
Schroeder. 
  line Arrangements, Excellent: Blue 
  Beech G. C.; Very Good: Madison G. 
  C.; Good: Tess Corners G. C. 
  Living Room   Pottery, Excellent: 
  Blue Mound G. C., Mrs. I. C. Miller; 
  Ravenswood G. C., Mrs. Win. Armi- 
tage; Menomonee Falls G. C., Mrs. 
Wm. Poepp; Good: Elm Grove G. C., 
Mrs. G. Schroeder; Fox Point G. C., 
Mrs. W. C. Caspar; Elm Grove G. C.; 
Waupaca G. C., Mrs. D. J. Peterson; 
Very Good: Menomonee Falls G. C., 
Mrs. Wm. Poepp. 
  Desk Arrangements, Excellent: Mad- 
ison G. C. 
             Screens 
  Alaska, Excellent: Fox Point G. C., 
Mrs. W. Fleisc'her; Wales, Excellent: 
City Club, Mrs. W. F. Roecker; Can- 
ada, Very Good: La Belle G. C.; 
France, Very Good: Menomonee Falls 
G. C., Mrs. Win. Poepp; Italy, Good: 
Blue Mound G. C., Mrs. Max Schmitt; 
Mexico, Good: Sheboygan G. C., Mrs. 
L. E. Larson. 
        Screens-Men Only 
  Very Good: Wis. Horticultural Soc., 
Sam   Post; Wauwatosa G. C., A. 
Wuchtcrl. 
            Windows 
  Indoor, Excellent: Milwaukee Co. 
Dental Auxiliary; Ravensw.,od G. C.; 
Very Good: Blue Beech G. C. 
  Outdoor, Excellent: Countryside G. 
C.; Very Good: Racine G. C. 
  Arrangements Featuring Cultural 
            Perfection 
   (Judged by Competitive Method 
           of Judging) 
  Tulips: 1st prize, Hillcrest G. C., 
Mrs. S. M. Hyatt; Waukesha Town 
G. C., Mrs. J. B. Christoph; Waukesha 
Town G. C., Mrs. C. E Schuetze; Elm 
Grove G. C., Mrs. Henry Roberts. 2nd 
prize, Waukesha Town G. C., Mrs. C. 
R. Rode; Wauwatosa G. C., Mrs. E. A. 
St. Clair. 
  Daffodils: 1st prize, Waukesha Town 
G. C., Mrs. C. A. Rode, 2nd prize, 
City Clui Garden Group, Dr. C. M. 
Schwendener; 3rd prize, Waukesha 
Town G. C., Mrs. J. B. Christoph; 
Wauwatosa G. C., Mrs. E. A. St. Clair. 
  Iris: 1st prize, City Club Garden 
Group, Dr C. M. Schwendener. 
  Specimen Bloom: 2nd prize, Hill- 
crest G. C., Mrs. L. Ruegg. 
  Collections: 1st prize, Wauwatosa 
G. C., Mrs. E. A. St. Clair. 
  Terrariums: 1st prize, Blue Beech 
G. C., Mrs. R. Malisch; 2nd prize, 
Waupaca G. C., Mrs. L. J. Peterson. 
  House Plants: 1st prize, Menomonee 
Falls G. C., Mrs. Win. Poepp, Begonia; 
2nd prize, Menomonee Falks G. C., 
Mrs. Win. Poepp, Chrysanthemum; 
3rd prize, Waukesha Town G. C., Mrs. 
C. R. Rode, Begonia. 
  Miniature Arrangements: 1st prize, 
  Carol Elen Kriz. 
  WELCOME BERLIN GARDEN 
              CLUB 
 THE Berlin Garden Club was 
    organized in April. The club 
 voted to join the Federation and 
 the Horticultural Society. 
   Officers of the club are: Presi- 
 (lent, Mrs. C. A. DeVoe; Vice- 
 Pres., Mrs. J. A. Younglove; Sec- 
 retary Mrs. J. C. Ziehm; Treas- 
 urer, Mrs Earl Kolb. 
   The Federation welcomes the 
 Berlin Garden Club to member- 
 ship. 
 WILD FLOWER SHOW AT 
           SUPERIOR 
THE \Vildflower Garden Club 
--Auxiliary No. 4 of the Sn- 
perior Garden Club-is planning a 
\Vildflower Show, including na- 
tive shrubs, on June llth. Club 
members of course will be care- 
ftil that no laws are violated. 
  The Wildflower Club is par- 
ticularly interested in listing all 
native wild flowers, testing rare 
varieties for garden purposes, and 
increasing the interest in the use 
of native shrubs in landscape 
work. 
  Weed study and the methods 
of eradicating   noxious weeds 
will be studied this year. 
   CLUB ENJOYS SLIDES 
i"lAE enjoyed the slides you 
   V   sent last month so much 
we would like another set for 
next month's meeting. For a new 
club, slides are just wonderful. 
The members seem to take much 
more interest in the meetings 
and in the flowers shown. We 
certainly appreciate them." 
-Mrs. H. A. Opsahl, DeForest 
Garden Club. 
   VISIT IRIS AND PEONY 
           GARDENS 
D URING the blooming season 
is the time to select iris and 
peonies for our gardens. 
  W. A. Sisson of Rosendale in- 
vites all of us to come to "The 
Peony City" this month. (See ad 
on back cover.) Mr. Sisson has 
over 1,000 varieties including all 
the leading varieties. 
  Mr. Walter Miller of Sun 
Prairie also has many of the best 
varieties of iris and peonies and 
his garden is an excellent place 
for a garden club tour. Mr. Mill- 
er also specializes in delphinium 
and perennial phlox. 
Protect Your Plants With 
Niagara Dusts and Duster 
        Use 
KOLO-ROTENONE 
       DUST 
for control of noany itn- 
sects and diseases on 
sI r u b s , flowers and 
vegetable plants. 
       because 
it is a combination of 
Niagara Rotenone and 
Sulphur Dust contain- 
ing Fused - Bentonite 
Sulphur. This is best 
described as an acti- 
vated rotenone dust re- 
sulting from these added 
ingredients. 
Use a Niagara Dust 
    Gun for even 
    distribution. 
V 
NIAGARA SPRAYER & 
  CHEMICAL CO., Inc. 
  Middleport, New York 
    J. HENRY SMITH, 
    Sales Representative 
    Waupaca, Wisconsin 
June, 1940 
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