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EASY MONTHL Y PA YMENTS / &UI FR. 5512 OPEN TILL 7 P.M. I ■_ I ARRANGEMENT WINNERS—Miss Muriel Duey, 9011 Sudbury road, Silver Spring, Md., daughter of the president of the Takoma Horticultural Club, admires prize winners in an ar rangement class for white chrysanthemums. The flowers were exhibited by Miss Isabelle Smith, 612 Oglethorpe street N.W., and Mrs. John T. Ross, 758 Silver Spring avenue, Silver Spring, Md. —Star Staff Photo. Dr. Everett Wehr Wins Top Prize at Takoma Chrysanthemum Show Dr. Evertt S. Wehr, 1540 Noyes Drive, Silver Spring, was the sweepstakes winner of the 22d an nual chrysanthemum show held under the auspices of the Takoma Horticultural Club yesterday in the Takoma Park Branch of the Washington Public Library. He | scored 132 points. D. Guy Duey, 9011 Sudbury i road. Silver Spring, displaying his “Indianapolis White” won first honors for the best exhibition type flower in the show, while “Pink Lady” displayed by Ernest M. Dove. 3501 Newark street N.W. was judged the best garden-type flower. The best arrangement in the show was that of Mrs. Joseph J. Sazama, 6324 Ninth street N.W. Betty Hanley, 811 Bonifant street. Silver Spring, had the best children’s arrangement. Dr. Wehr had the best flower in the Po hanka contest class and Mrs. Zelah Farmer, 5206 13th street N.W., the best arrangement in the novice class. The judges of the specimen, dis play and collection classes were: J. Hanson Boyden, Bowie. Md.; John Jones, Bowie, and Grover H. Palmer, Berwyn, Md. Judges of arrangement classes were: Mrs. J. Hanson Boyden and Mrs. Fred erick W. Lang, 22 Everett street, Kensington, Md. Winners in the various classes were as follows: Specimen blooms. exhibition type, white, Mr. Duey, Frank S. Pohanka, Don ald B. Hanley; yellow. Mrs. Niels J. Han sen. Mr. Duey. Joseph E. Dentz; pink. E. A. Blick, Dr. Wehr: red. Mr. Deni*. Mrs. Baaama. Mr. Pohanka; bronze, Mr. Duey, Mr?, i. w. .Brown; other colors, Dr. W&t; white, Miss Elizabeth stark, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. B. B. Beasfcy; yellow, Mr. Hartley. Mr. Duey. Dr. Wehr; pttik and red. Dr. Wehr, Mis* Isabelle Smith, Mr. Hanley. _ Pompon varieties, all colors. Dr. Wehr, Mr. Dove; white, Miss Stark. Dr. Wehr, Mrs. Brown; yellow, Mrs Brown. Dr. Wehr: pink. Dr. Wehr; red, Mrs. Brown, Dr. Wehr; bronze, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Dove. Button varieties, white. Mr. Pohanka. Miss Stark, Mr. Dove; yellow, Mr. Duey. Dr. Wehr. Mr. Dove; pink. Mr. Dove, ‘Mrs. Beasley. John T. Lucker; red, Mrs. | Rose M. Blick. Dr. Wehr, Mrs. A. K. Goodman. I Hardy garden varieties, white, Mrs. j Beasley, Dr. Wehr; yellow, H. C. Miller, Jr.. Dr Wehr. Mrs Beasley, pink, Mr I Dove, Mrs. Brown. Mr. Duey: red. Mr. Dove. Mr. Pohanka. Dr. Wehr. bronze. Miss Stark. Dr Wenr. Mirs Smith: any o'her colors. Mr. Dove, Mr. Miller, Mr. Lucker. Single flowered, white, Mrs. Blick, Mrs. Clarence Casey: yellow, Dr. Wehr. Mr. Duey; pink. Dr. Wehr. Mrs. Brown, Mr. Hanley; red. Dr. Wehr. Mr. Dove; bronze, Dr. Wehr. Mrs. Beasley; anemone. Miss Stark. Miss Smith, Mr. Duey; Korean hybrids, single. Dr. Wehr, Mrs. Beasley: azaleamums, Mr. Dove; odd formed varieties disbudded, Mr. Dove, Miss Smith. Mr. Duey; odd formed varieties, non disbudded, Mr. Dove; Pahanka contest mum class, Dr. Wehr, Thomas J. Delaney, Mrs. Brown. Collection classes of 10 named varieties. Dr. Wehr; 10 named garden varieties. Mrs. Beasley. Dr. Wehr: 10 named single varieties, Dr. Wehr; 10 varieties, any form disbudded, Mr. Pohanka, Dr. Wehr. Mrs. Brown. Displays, foliage or fillers of other flowers, larze basket, disbudded exhibition varieties. Mr. Pohanka, Mr. Duey. Dr. Wehr; large vase, disbudded exhibition varieties. Mr. Duey. Dr. Wehr. Dr. Dentz; basket over 18 Inches or under, any type chrysanthemums, Dr. Wehr. vase, Mr. Hadley; basket of chrysanthemums In autumn shades only. Mr. Duey; vase of poms under 15 inches overall. Dr. Wehr. Mrs. L. Quinn, Mr. Pohanka: vase of poms over 15 Inches. Dr Wehr. Betty Hanley; basket of dahlias, Mrs. N. H. Mc Culley; vase or dahlias, Hr. Dove. Mrs. Are You Decorating I Without Getting Our Estimate for I Radiator Covers? I THIS ENCLOSURE BEAUTIFIES • ADDS MOISTURE TO DRY AIR • PROTECTS WALLS AND DRAPERIES FROM SOOT. Hurley Metal Products Call SHepherd 9127 for Appt. Cash or Terms ADVERTISEMENT. ARTHRITIS NEURITIS SCIATICA Da me RHEUMATISM rAHlJ A fast acting Internal medicine called ROMIND, recently developed by the Knox Control Laboratory, la now bringing new hope, happiness and comfort to thousands of sufferers from the pains of Arthritis, Rheumatism, Neuritis. Sciatica, Neuralgia and Lumbago. ROMIND dlsealves In the email Intestine: then the Ingredients ars absorbed Into the blood and thus can reach every part of the body. That’a why It works so fast In helping 3 ways: 1. First dose starts curbing pain. 3. Helps Nature remove excess Uric Add which often aggravates pains, soreness and stiff musdse. t. Helps you work and sleep In greater comfort. Get ROMIND from your druggist today. Quick satisfaction or money back guaranteed. T. E McCalley: vase of roses, Mr. Po hanka; basket of other flowers. Mrs. Mc Calley. Mrs. Quinn; vase of other flowers, Mrs. Quinn. Arrangements, novice arrangement suit able for hall table, Mrs. Zelah Farmer; small arrangement, not over 7 inches in any dimension. Miss Smith. Mrs. J. E Schreider, Mrs. O. L. Harvey; white chrysanthemums in white container. Miss Smith, Mrs. J. T. Ross, Mr. Pohanka; yellow chrysanthemums in silver or pewter container. Miss Smith. Mrs. Casey, R. C. Minor; red chrysanthemums in any suit able container. Mr. Minor, Mrs. M. L. Dieffenderfer; arrangement in warm col ors in pottery container. Mrs. A. K. Good man. Mr. Duey. Mrs. Everett E. Wehr; in brass or copper, foliage and chrysanthe mums, Mrs. John G. Ross, Mrs. Dieflen derfer. Mr. Minor; for a small dinner party, Mrs. Charles G. Grover, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Quinn; other flcwers, Mrs. F. I. Finch, Ralph W. Bissonette. Mrs. W. D. George; winter bouquets. Mrs. Sazama, Mrs. Grover, Mrs. O. L. Harvey; ter rariums and dish gardens, Mrs. Grover, Mr. Minor, Mrs. Finch: line arrangement with a small number of any color chrys-, anthemums, Miss Smith, Mrs. George,' Mrs. Ross, children under 15. chrysan themums in any container. Betty Hanley, Carol McWhorter, Gerald Haggerty; blue ribbon winners only, an artistic arrange ment in analogous colors, with container one of the colors, Mr. Bissonnette, Mrs. Goodman. Miss Smith. When a bat gets mad he ruffles his fur and bares his teeth like a cat. He also gives a low-pitched buzz, which is his warning snarl. SPECIAL | DAY SERVICE ON 1 WATCH REPAIRS MAIN $1 7C I SPRING »■*» j WATCHMAKERS • JEWELERS | The TIMEKEEPER HOWARD LEELAND 9 SON | 913 Pa. Art. 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