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opaga t.wo friends, to produce sale held by Omen's Club. Mrs. Ryan's cuttings in types of are as begonias tts. s are grown he sale, with which are and later Five Ryan to and there to fill her ( plans to and brown Primroses Ryan born " : .... as Lawrence N. D,- but OY It. Here, rs. Ryan, :~'i ~ ...... .S ~. came to *~ ~'~ )2q s and has .~ ce. She was ,_ 'FW auxiliary SOns by a k and Alex Norman i>" is her has five boys and a grandsons, Play l ittle attends Watch the kids MARY RYAN spends many enjoyable hours in her garden. Mrs. Martig Is Delegate To Convention Ude clam roots, she covered with creeping thyme. The through an archway draped in the enjoys it lower area, 25 feet in width, is enveloping branches of an and Camps, always devoted to vegetables and umbrella tree. fossils, Mary has already set out cabbage "It's an 'Upside Down Tree'," and and cauliflower plants and has Mrs. Ryan explains. "It's about es. planted seeds of beets and carrots. 15 feet high and just as wide." Harry, She has started tomato plants The gnarled and intertwined two of which are ready for the garden as branches hang downward and trail ehut near soon as the weather is sufficiently along the ground, and are covered spends settled, currently with tiny green flowers The middle shelf, edged in iris born in clusters. and hauled and green shrubs with trailing In addition to gardening, she and masses of candytuft, alyssum and embroiders as a hobby and also extensive aubretia, is a strawberry bed. On makes candles and Christmas Includes a the upper level are fruit trees anti decorations. She has a collection of tlower beds. of carnival glass, cut glass, and is60 From the back yard one china, among which are old e stones approaches the terraced garden family pieces. Her home is surrounded by bQys Approaching flowers and interesting rocks, and the magnolia tree on her front lawn is now rosy-red with tulip-shaped blossoms. bays Will be to conducting the sale. More than 200 orphans of eignWars veterans are cared for in the been Veterans of Foreign Wars 1922. National ltome in Eaton Rapids, !sively Michigan. A portion of the fund is of raised through the annual sale of ~ns, and the V.F.W. Buddy Poppy, which of has been tile symbolic flower of Memorial Day since its first sale by the Veterans of Foreign Wars m in 1922. "'ttonor the Dead by helping ',n,the living" is the slogan of the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars ear Buddy Poppy sale. AGE LIMIT 6 Weeks to 10 Years 3: II FAMILY TllL DaY PERIOD Matrons To Meet Welcome Chapter OES Past Matrons will meet with Anne Batchelor for a 12:30 p.m. luncheon next Thursday. Attending the National Baha'i Convention in Wilmette, II1., April 29 to May 2 was Mrs. Virginia Martig, Shelton. Of a total of 171 delegates from the United States, 5 are apportioned to the electoral district of Western Washington. The main purpose of the annual convention is to elect the nine-member administrative body. the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States, for the ensuing year. The four day session gives the elected delegates the opportunity to consult with representatives from all parts of the country and to hear the reports of various departments and committees of the national institution. Delegates and observers learned that the Faith had more than doubled its membership in the United States during the past year. A large number of these new believers represent minority groups, over 20,000 in the South, mostly blacks, hundreds of Spanish speaking persons and scores of American Indians. A basic goal of the Baha'i Faith is to unite the diversity of all the peoples of the world, not in sameness but rather the coordination of diversity for the mutual benefit of all. This past year the Baha'i International Community was granted consultative status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. It was learned that the new Baha'i House of Worship now under construction in Panama City will be completed by December of this year and the dedication of this edifice will take place in the Spring of 1972. At present there are such Baha'i Houses of Worship in Africa, Australia, Europe and the world-famous structure in Wilmette, site of the National Convention. Around the world the Baha'i Community has grown from a few hundred centers in 35 countries in 1921 to over 46,000 centers in 31 7 countries, territories and islands at present. New National Baha'i Assemblies were formed in seven countries this year, five in Africa, one in the Pacific and one in South America bringing the total of these bodies to 101. As a member of one of the Baha'i School Committees in this country, Mrs. Martig was present on May 28th for a pre-convention meeting called by the National Baha'i Schools Committee for the purpose of bringing together representatives of all ten of the School Committees for deliberations on standardizing curriculum and procedures for the various Schools. The Northwest Baha'i Summer School will be held at Seabeck Conference Grounds, June 26 to July 1. The Baha'i Faith is an independent world religion. It originated in Persia. Baha'u'llah, Prophet-Founder of the Faith died in 1892 in the Holy Land. EQUALS :i:i:i:i Two Year * $1,000.00 * When Compounded Daily !iiiiiii!~ :!iii!}i!i?i!i)i! ,., ,....,. ,,... , ,..,... To Buy- Build-Remodel ii iil;ii!;ii!;il :'Z':-:':':