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Volume 24, Number 3
July 1970

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A.R.S. Plant Awards - 1969

        The following report has been received from Don K. McClure, Registrar of Plant Awards. He has tabulated all awards ballots sent to him by the various Chairmen of Awards Committees of Chapters of the American Rhododendron Society. The abbreviation A. E. stands for Award of Excellence and C. A. for Conditional Award. Both of these are explained in detail in Vol. 22, No. 1, January 1968, of the A.R.S. Bulletin.

Plant

Grower Award
'KEN JANECK'
(yakushimanum seedling)
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Janeck
Tacoma, Washington
A. E.
'TRUDE WEBSTER'
('Countess of Derby', selfed)
Harold E. Greer
Eugene, Oregon
A. E.
'LEMON MIST'
(xanthostephanum x leucaspis)
Robert W. Scott
Kensington, California
C. A.
'MI AMOR'
(lindleyi x nuttallii)
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Sumner
San Francisco, California
C. A.
 
The following have been placed on the Eligibility List:
Plant Grower Breeder
'PINK PETTICOATS'
(Jan Dekens, selfed)
John G. Lofthouse
Vancouver, B.C.
J. G. Lofthouse
'NOYO CHIEF'
(kingianum clone?)
Dr. & Mrs. Paul J. Bowman
Fort Bragg, California
 
'ROSE POINT'
('Dido' x williamsianum pink form)
Mr. & Mrs. Laurence J. Pierce
Seattle, Washington
H. Lem
'GLORIOUS LADY'
(thomsonii x 'Earl of Athlone')
Mrs. Olive Coleman
Olympia, Washington
H. Lem
burmanicum x sinonuttallii #9 Howard Kerrigan
Hayward, California
H. Kerrigan
'VICKI REINE'
(parentage unknown)
Roy W. Clark
Olympia, Washington
Roy Clark
'PUGET SOUND'
('Loderi King Geo.' x 'Van Nes Sensation')
Roy W. Clark
Olympia, Washington
Roy Clark
'YAQUINA'
('Hugh Wormald' x 'Marion Merriman')
H. W. Slonecker
Milwaukee, Oregon
H. W. Slonecker
'MRS. FURNIVAL' X yakushimanum Cecil Smith
Aurora, Oregon
Cecil Smith
'ANNA' X 'MARGARET DUNN' Cyril Ward
Vancouver, Washington
Del James
'PILGRIM X yakushimanum' Cecil Smith
Aurora, Oregon
Cecil Smith
yakushimanum FCC x 'NOYO CHIEF' (#1) Cecil Smith
Aurora, Oregon
Cecil Smith
yakushimanum x 'INCA GOLD' Tom McGuire
Portland, Oregon
B. F. Lancaster
'EARL OF ATHLONE' X 'LODER'S WHITE' Geo. Clarke
Portland, Oregon
Geo. Clarke


Volume 24, Number 3
July 1970

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