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S71-43477 (12 Aug. 1971) --- Astronaut David R. Scott, right, commander of the Apollo 15 mission, gets a close look at the sample referred to as "Genesis rock" in the Non-Sterile Nitrogen Processing Line (NNPL) in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory (LRL) at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC). Scientist-astronaut Joseph P. Allen IV, left, an Apollo 15 spacecraft communicator, looks on with interest. The white-colored rock has been given the permanent identification of 15415.

Mancala is a traditional African game in which players move stones along a wooden game board. The player with the most stones at the end of game wins. Youth ages 8-18 participated in a Mancala Challenge tournament on Feb. 27 at Pearl Bailey Library as part of the library’s Black History Month observance.

Preschoolers wear their custom balloon hats made by “Kenya the Klown” at Seussabration on March 2 at Main Street Library. The special story time session was held in celebration of children’s author Dr. Seuss. From back left: William Cabell, Violet Bolt, Carson Dorn, Emma Sikes, hailey Lewis, Cheyenne Patrick, Josie Huffman. Front: Michael Lawlor.

Participants enjoyed facepainting Oct. 31, 2014, at South Morrison Family Education Center.

Teens learned to make bracelets from soda can tabs, July 9, 2012, at Pearl Bailey Library as part of the Summer Reading Program. After completing her first bracelet using black tabs and orange ribbon, Jacqueline Ninbundiye, age 14, starts on a more colorful one. Photo by Karen L. Gill/Newport News Public Library System

Pearl Bailey Library hosted a performance of "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" by Autumpan-The Talking Drums on July 26 as part of the Summer Reading Program. Here Corey and LaQuita Staten perform a scene from Little Red Riding Hood.

S71-42955 (August 1971) --- A close-up view of Apollo 15 lunar sample no. 15415 in the Non-Sterile Nitrogen Processing Line (NNPL) in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory (LRL) at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC). This sample is the white anorthositic rock (Genesis Rock) collected by astronauts David R. Scott and James B. Irwin in container no. 196 at Site no. 7 at a Ground Elapsed Time of 145 hours and 42 minutes, on the mission's second extravehicular activity (EVA).

Emma Sikes, age 3, wears her Dr. Seuss inspired balloon hat made by “Kenya the Klown” at Seussabration on March 2 at Main Street Library. The preschoolers celebrated Dr. Seuss with story time, games, and snacks inspired by the popular children’s books.

S71-42951 (August 1971) --- A close-up view of Apollo 15 lunar sample no. 15415 in the Non-Sterile Nitrogen Processing Line (NNPL) in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory (LRL) at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC). This sample is the white anorthositic rock (Genesis Rock) collected by astronauts David R. Scott and James B. Irwin in container no. 196 at Site no. 7 at a Ground Elapsed Time of 145 hours and 42 minutes, on the mission's second extravehicular activity (EVA).

Identifier: christianheralds19unse

Title: Christian herald and signs of our times

Year: 1896 (1890s)

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Publisher: [New York, The Christian Herald]

Contributing Library: Christian Herald Association

Digitizing Sponsor: Tisch Library, Tufts University

  

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S71-43052 (August 1971) --- A close-up view of a container full of green-colored lunar soil in the Non-Sterile Nitrogen Processing Line (NNPL) in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory (LRL) at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC). This sample, broken down into six separate samples after this photo was made, was made up of comprehensive fines from near Spur Crater on the Apennine Front. The numbers assigned to the sample include numbers 15300 through 15305. Astronauts David R. Scott and James B. Irwin took the sample during their second extravehicular activity (EVA) at a ground elapsed time (GET) of 146:05 to 146:06.

Mary Curran, coordinator of educational services and events for Alternatives Inc, helps a group draw The Cat in the Hat at a Monart session on March 17 at the South Morrison Family Education Center Book Fair. Alternatives Inc offers Monart programs for children and adults who wish to express creativity through drawing. Photo by Isabella Pence-Lanctot /Newport News Public Library System.

Audience members at the Grissom Back 2 School Fashion Show on Aug. 30 watch as Alicia Chan models her outfit.

Michael Lawlor, age 4, shows off his impressive balloon hat made by “Kenya the Klown” at Seussabration on March 2 at Main Street Library. The preschoolers attending this special story time each got a custom made hat inspired by the unique illustrations of children’s author Dr. Seuss.

S71-43050 (August 1971) --- A close-up view of Apollo 15 lunar sample No. 15305 in the Non-sterile Nitrogen Processing Line (NNPL) in the Lunar Receiving Laboratory (LRL) at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC). This sample, pictured on a small spatula in a lab technician's glove, is green and is one of six recently taken from container No. 173, made up of comprehensive fines from the Apennine Front, Site No. 7. Astronauts David R. Scott, commander; and James B. Irwin, lunar module pilot, took the sample during their second extravehicular activity (EVA), at a ground elapsed time (GET) of 146:05 to 146:06.

A preschool class visits Main Street Library on March 2 for Seussabration. The library held this special story time session in celebration of children’s author Dr. Seuss. “Kenya the Klown” made custom balloon hats for each child inspired by Dr. Seuss’s unique illustrations. From back left: Alhena Pepino, Nicholas Prescott, Xander King, Leila Kronick, Jerome Heard, Trey Gelhaar, Kymberlee Harden, Logan Kaufman. From front left: Tyler Sundeen, Thomas Casey, Carlin Murray, Ayden Eremita, Ryan Eremita, Alexis Kernodle, Kyle Kauffman.

Tiarra Johnson was one of the winners of the Grissom Back 2 School Fashion Show on Aug. 30. Her required "green" accessory made from reused or recycled materials was her earrings.

Gene Mitchell works on cutting out the pages of a discarded hardback Library on July 16, 2012, at Grissom Library book. The Altered Book Craft: Secret Storage Box program was part of the Newport News Public Library System's Adult Summer Reading Program.

Katie Touchet, age 7, and Emily Touchet, age 5, show their balloon creatures created by Susan Carmona on July 25 at Main Street Library as part of the Newport News Public Library System's Summer Reading Program.

Jeremiah Jenkins shows off his pirate hat created by Kenya the Klown at the Seussabration, March 2, 2011, at Main Street Library in Newport News.

Kidsville News’ mascot, Truman, visited Grissom Library on Feb. 8 for a storytime and to get his free library card.

  

Jayla Moody, age 3, and her mom Tonya Moody prepare to touch the box turtle presented by Robert Baker with The Virginia Living Museum on June 27 at Main Street Library as part of the Summer Reading Program.

Members of the Teen Advisory Committee Brittni Cogdell, left, and Mckenzie Johnson serve on the judges’ panel for the Grissom Back 2 School Fashion Show on Aug. 30.

Pearl Bailey Library hosted a performance of "The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" by Autumpan-The Talking Drums on July 26 as part of the Summer Reading Program. Here, members of the audience help perform a scene from The Three Little Pigs.

Lawrence “Bird” Taylor, a member of the Peninsula Astronomy Club and NASA employee, gives Library visitor Amber Gajmere a map of the constellations after he viewed the moon through Taylor’s telescope part of the opening of the “Visions of the Universe” exhibit on Nov. 29 at Grissom Library.

Te’lashia Craig was named best overall zombie

in the Zombie Fashion Show, Oct. 31, at South Morrison Family Education Center.

Indo, a trained St. Bernard with Therapy Dogs International, tries not to drool on the books during Paws to Read on Feb. 4 at Grissom Library. Although Indo the St. Bernard is always the biggest dog at Paws to Read, he is also one of the best listeners. Indo and his canine friends visit on the first Saturday of every month. Photo by Isabella Pence-Lanctot/Newport News Public Library System.

Tierra Hunter, age 14, shows off her winning entry for the welcome to the jungle theme during Main Street Library’s Teen Cupcake Challenge Part Deux on Oct. 22.

Maria Mena, family and youth services coordinator for the Library System, at the door to the soon-to-be opened new South Morrison Library.

 

Lauren Vaughan, left, and Elizabeth Parker show off their winning entry for the spooky/fantasy theme during Main Street Library’s Teen Cupcake Challenge Part Deux on Oct. 22.

Jada Smith, left, and Mary Johnson each won ear buds and a flash drive with a case in a drawing for the Media Station at Tech It Out 2. The free technology fair offered demonstrations of eReaders, tablets, and Library services as well as door prizes on April 21 at Main Street library.

The Elliott Family String Quartet presents a free concert of holiday music on Friday, Dec. 9, at West Avenue Library.

Truman, the dragon from Kidsville News, reads the book, “Puff, the Magic Dragon,” during his visit on Feb. 8 to Grissom Library.

  

Ariana McNally, age 6, and Tyler McNally, age 3, show off their costumes during trick-or-treating on Oct. 25 at Grissom Library’s Halloween Family Fun Night.

Juan Esquivel III, age 7, and his dad, Juan Esquivel Jr., wonder how many miles are between the Moon and the Earth during the Making a Telescope event on Feb. 4 at Grissom Library. Photo by Isabella Pence-Lanctot/Newport News Public Library System.

Book pages and paper shards pile up as a participant cuts out the opening to create a storage space in a discarded hardback Library book on July 16, 2012, at Grissom Library.

Tech It Out! participants compete in DDR on the WII at Main Street Library's Tech It Out! event on April 19, 2008.

Children react to the performance of Peter McCory, the One-Man Band, on July 24 at Grissom Library as part of the Newport News Public Library System's Summer Reading Program.

Tech It Out 2 participants try out games and apps on the tablets demonstrated by the Library of Virginia’s Tech Zoo on April 21 at Main Street Library.

Lychee jelly, a popular Asian fruit snack, was a favorite treat at Anime and Manga Club on Feb. 24 at Pearl Bailey Library. The teens also ate seaweed snacks, Asian sunflower seeds, and cookies.

Winner of West Avenue Library's Week 2 Adult Summer Reading Program drawing. Congratulations, Paula Brodis!

Audience members do the "silent applause" during the performance of Carl Winters, Kalimba King, June 28 at the South Morrison Family Education Center as part of the Newport News Public Library System's Summer Reading Program. Pictured from left are Angel Webster, age 7, Renee Skeeter, age 7, Adam Webster, age 9, Jerry Evans, age 11, and Syimiror Bryant, age 4.

Teens who participated in the Grissom Back 2 School Fashion Show on Aug. 30 were, from left, Alicia Chan, December Hutchinson, Teresa Majette, and Morgan Johnson in front, and Tiarra Johnson, Tamara Majette and Devon Crape in back.

Three- and four-year-olds from the First United Methodist Preschool listen to storyteller Via Goode on Feb. 2 at Main Street Library. Some of the children are Alana Hansin, Jaden Nettles, Alexis Vincent, and Giulia Pepino.

Demetria Tucker, senior librarian, family and youth services, explains to Donta Gooden the rules for the Mancala Challenge on Feb. 27 at Pearl Bailey Library.

Teens display their completed bracelets from soda can tabs, July 9, 2012, at Pearl Bailey Library as part of the Summer Reading Program. Photo by Karen L. Gill/Newport News Public Library System

Title: Florists' review [microform]

Identifier: 5205536_46_1

Year: 1912 (1910s)

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Subjects: Floriculture

Publisher: Chicago : Florists' Pub. Co

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

  

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Mav «, 1920 The Florists^ Review 151 .Myrtles, fleld-grown, stroiiR clumps, $4.50 jht ](M) $40.00 per 1000. K. K. Moone.v, Madeira Nurseries, Madeirn, Ohi'o^ . VincJi Minor or Myrtle, stroug plants, from 1 to 6 leads, $1.50 per 100; $12.00 per 1000. J 10 u leu »j, ^' y DavU. CentervUle. Ind. "Vlnca Minor (Myrtle), heavy, 3V4-ln., $10.00 ner 100, $95.00 per 1000. W. W. Kennedy & Sons. Rted Bank. N. J. '^The'BKST WAY to get rid of your surplus .stock is to use the REVIEW'S Classlfled Advs. ^^ NURSERY STOCK .vuKouA ntiiisp:ries .Vurorii, Illinois KKUITS I'd- 10 I'er 100 .Vliplc, ll/Hi-iu., Ist-class asst. var.|5.50 $50.00 I'liiia, assorted 0.00 Clicrry. Late Duke, 4-0 ft O.OO rear, ll/lO-in., ftrst-class asst 6.00 Ilaspberry, Cuthbert 1.25 Kuspberry, St. Regis 1.25 Kaspbcrry, Cumberlaml 1.25 Uaspl)errv, I'luin Farmer—s|)ccial price Ijy 1000 1.25 (lodscberry, Downing, 2-yr ."{.00 Crape, ("oiiconl 1.75 .\sparaKii.s, 1-yr.. tine, jht 10(K). $10 SHADE TREES i;ini, American White, 8-10 ft .^..^O i;im, American, IVj-in 6.00 Tlicsc Elms are dug and read.v to move at once. We will make close jirice on tlie lot. IJmlen, American, 6-S ft 7.00 Weir's .Maple, H-10 ft 4.50 SHRUItS Althea. ."{-4 ft .S.50 licli iiel's ('rail. 2-:t ft 4.,50 lictcliei's Crab, :H-4 ft «.(J<J Merlieris Tliiinliergii (.lapanese Har- iMir.v). 18-:.'4-ln 1.50 licrlierls Tliiinl)ergii (.lapanose Bar- li.irv I. l"4-:{0-in 2.00 I'oiniis .Sil)erica (Scarlet DogW(Hid), -':■• It 1,.50 I'liriiiis .Sihcrica (Scarlet Dogwood) ■5 4 ft 1.75 I'liiwering Almond White. 18-24-iii.. .3.00 Kliiwciiii;; Almond Wliit, 2-,S ft... .'1.50 Forsvtlii.i Fori line!, .•{4 f! -J.'tO Kors.vtliia Intermedia (Colden I!.•Ill ,,■'• ft 1.75 Hyclningea, 2-.S ft ;{.o(> Il.vdr.ingeii, 1S-1.'4 in 3.(N> 55.00 55.00 55.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 25.00 15.00 1.25 30.00 .30.00 40.00 ."lO.OO 12.50 17.50 12.00 15.00 25.00 .•{0.00 22.00 I'linii) riiini) .3..-)0 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.00 3.(K) OO llyilraiigea .Xrltorescens. 2-.S ft I'liilaclelphns, a.ssort.. .■!-4 ft. riiiladclpliii.s, asst., 4-.5 ft.... I'niiuis Triloba (Flowering 2-;{ ft I'nimis Triloba (Flowering 1N.24 in iniiHli.typliils, 18 in .'. IJesa Uiigosa (.Japan Rosej. 2-yrs Kosa .Sweet Briar, ;{ ft .'. . . Uiissian .Mulberry, 4 ft. ... 1 "'3 Hiissian .Miilberr.v seedlings' 18-24-111 .Nniiwlierry. 18-24 in. Snowherrv, J-,3 ft •^Pin.'n .\iitl y Wa'terer! '.'. ^Iiinea Col.leii I/.nf i^Iiinea Villi Iloiittei, 1,S-LM in >-pinea Van Iloiittei. i;-8 ft N'lr.ea Van Honttei. 8-4 ft., lieavv.' "elt,-e|a Ui.sei. •_•;0 2.(M> 3.80 3.(M> 3.00 2.00 2.0 4.0O and 18.00 18.00 25.00 18.00 10.00 3.00 12.00 15.00 22.0O 20.(M) 12. 15.(H) 25.00 2.7.00 25.00 15.00 18.00 will l)c 1 ^nnpl^"*:^ NURSERY COMPANY aDF^^v^^S^'^T.'i*'^ *^"« THE FLORISTS' iK.\i)B IN THE CENTRAL WEST. J'tliea. assorted colors, 18-24 in M-a. a.ssorted colors. 2-3 ft *"iiea, assorted ,...i„-.. ;(.^ ft"' assorted ft. . 2 3 ft. . . rtli. 12-18 .1,1 • ,„■ • •■ '■ < olor •■natis I'aniciilat:,. 3-vr ' ''•■'"^'"s I'aniclata 2-vr'' ' '■TrniN Flori.l;, 4..-; ft JmT^:'" '/'"''''■" "HI k'3-4 ; ■ . IMirple and wlilt <^^<-U .\mo(,r River ''•.'vet. Anmor Uivop m. 2 br. and '''"'es, Spvei fra St roil); Siiinvhall. .S.4 fi ^InraeaT "'Jl"**^-'S^i'ft.V sirong] fjoi.ien bnsli f„rm. OS ft. .VrV,.^"""'"' '"» . .30.IM> . 15.(N> 17. .50 1000 $ 75.00 100.00 s 6.00 8.00 20.00 IS 00 18.00 ti.nii 8.00 12.00 15.(>f» 25.00 120.(10 .-.0.00 70.00 1.50.00 120.00 .50.00 70.00 120.00 ''bun '':'• rants .00 ;:':"" Tr;.r„^^!"'"- 11/l«-i>'. ^-tem. stem, Trees. ^Rstd., l-n/o-in. nsstd., 2yr., No. 1 ^' Ue.'is V,. . ''er 1()0 '•^"•N.Mrins v!"^'";'"*-'."'"'I'''*'''i"'**:^f' .""g ^'rawlwrrioo rawlH'rri<-s SHRIHS ■'ItKEs ROSES LOTS. 2.00 NEW Per 1(K» . . .$.35.(K» . . . 75.00 ... 20.00 I'er 1000 $'25.00 15.00 PEREN- TRADE '■' I'TRrVpJT;^ ^V"^"^"^' <"OMPANY. 'A »KOS.. MfJRS.. ONAROA. ILLINOIS. Per 10 Per 100 Altbea, red, pink, white and white with red center, 2-3 ft...$ 2.00 $13.00 Althea, red, pink, white and white with red center, 3-4 ft... 2.50 20.00 Cornus Sibirlcn, 2-3 ft 1.25 10.00 Cornus Slblrlca, 3-4 ft 1.50 12.50 Cornus Sibirica, 4-S ft 2.00 Cornus Elegantissinia, 18-24 In.. 1.50 12.00 Cornus Elegantissima, 2-3 ft 2.00 18.00 Splmni Opulifolia Aurea, 3-4 ft. 1..50 12.00 Spinva Opulifolia green, 3 4 ft. 1..5(» 12.(M) Viburnum Acerlfolium, 2-3 ft 1.25 10.00 Viburnum Acerlfolium, 3-4 ft 1.50 12.50 ALSO THE FOLLOWING ORNAMENTAL TREES: Cornus Florida Alba. 2-3 ft 2.00 15.00 Cornus Florida Alba, 3-4 ft 2.50 20.00 Cornus Florida Rubra, 18-24 in.. 4.00 30.00 Cornus Florida Rubra, 2-3 ft 5.00 40.00 Pin Oak, 4-5 ft 5.00 45.00 Pin Oak, 5-6 ft 7.50 70.00 Pin Oak. 6 8 ft 10.00 90.00 Pin Oak, 8-10 ft 12..50 100.00 Pin Oak. 10-12 ft IS.OO W. H. Nichols & Son. Palnesvilie. Ohio. I'er 100 Per 1000 Asparagus. Conover's, 2-yr ' $8.00 Ampelopsis Ouin/s-in $11.00 $ 95.00 10-12-ft. li/i to 2 -in 1R.50 140.00 12-14-ft. 2 to 3 -in 27.50 235.00 14-16-ft. 3 to 4 -in 65.00 THE D. HILL NURSERY CO., Box 4a3. Dundee. Illinois. Spiraea V. H., Svringa Grand. Svringa Cor., % ft., .«1.00 per 10. $8.00 per 100. 'VVhitp Lilac, ■•H ft., $1.50 per 10. well rooted stock. Packing free. P. D. .\gpinwnll. Fort Atkinson, Wis, Hall's .lapanese MotiHysnckle, (I/inlcera Hall- eana) 2 yr. old. $25.00 per 100; less than 100, 3O0 each by exiiress. Van Home Greenhonsps. Van Home. In. i'lissy Willow. Salix Caprea. rooted iMittings, May delivery. .'«6.(Kl pt-r loo. Cash witli order. E. Kendig. The Florist. Oswego. N. Y. EvonytniiH Japonlcn. R. C, $.30.00 ppr 1000 Ssrvpr FlornI Co.. R. F. D 11 DHlla* Tpt BUSINESS HRINGERS— t?BVlEW CLASSIFIED ADS OROHIDS ~~ ORCHIDS. 4.T00 l.nrcp Orchid plants, mostly Cattleya Trlan.'p. Schrrpdorse, Sppciosslslnin. Gigas and Mossin(> varieties. This stock will he shipped In sprin? at $2..50 to $10.00 per plant, or the lot for $12,000. Cash with order, please. ANTON SCHULTHEIS. 316 Nineteenth St.. College Point. L. I.. N. Y. OXALIS Ox-alis Orteiesii, 2V2-ln. pots. S3..«iO per 100. Onk Grove Gr' enhoiiso. Titskegee, Ala. PALMS Palms. Keiitias. 5 to 7.TC. Cash with order. Calvert Floral Co. 6 leaves, 18 ins. high. Lake Forest. 111. Kentia Helmoreana and Forsteriana. 3-in.. ready for shift. $15.00 per 100. Cash. Add 5% for packing. Eraser Nursery Co., Birmingham, Ala. Palms, strong Kentia Belmoreana and Forst- eriana, 4-ln.. $40.00 per 100, $6.00 per doz. Add 5% for packing. Henley Bros., Terre Haute. Ind. Palm Kentia Belmoreana, 4-ln 66c each Palm ^ventia Forsteriana, 4-ln 66c each The Schmidt A Botley Co.. Sprlntteid. O. Cocoa Weddelllana. 2V^-la.. S to » io. blgb, 4 to 6 leaves. One color. $17.60 per 100. a. 8. 8kldel»k.T 8t Co.. f>» Park Pine)' Npw York. PANDANUS Per 1000 Pandanus Veitchii, selected suckers, $30.00 and $ 70.00 Pandanus Veitchii lifted from open for 3-ln 80.00 Pandanus Veitchii lifted from open for 4.in 100.00 Pandanus Veitchii lifted from open for 6-in 150.00 Pandanus Veitchii larger size, $25.00, $35.00 and $50.00 per 100. 3-in. size sold to June 15th 100 at 1000 rates. Cash. J. J. Soar, Little River, Fla.

 

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Pandanus Veitchii, fnmi 2'/j-in.. ready for 4-iii.. $3..50 jier iloz.; from 4-in., $0.00 jier doz.; from .5-in.. .fl.OO each; from G-in., $2.50 each; well variegated. Cash. Neflf Floral Co.. 2222 West Liberty .Vve.. Pittsburgh. I'a. 3-ln. Pandanus UtTlis $20.00 per 100 4-ln. Pandanus Utilis 25.00 per 100 2%-In. Pandanus Utilis 15.00 per 100 POEHLMANN BROS. CO.. Morton Grove. Illinois. PANSIES KALAMAZOO. 200.000 I^iarge, stocky. September transplanted field grown, blooming Pansy plants. superb strain. all salable stock, satisfaction guaranteed, $1.60 per 100. $15.00 per 1000 Cash with order. BRILL CELERY GARDENS MICHIGAN. 200,000 STEELE'S MASTODON PANSIES, EXTRA FINE PLANTS. SEPT. TRANSPLANTED, IN BUD AND BLOOM (5ood Pansics are scarce, so place your order now for future deliver>-. Extra large, well branched plants, $35.00 per 1.000. Medium size. $.30.00 per 1,000. Jensen & Sons, 9801 S. Western Ave.. Chicago. Ready now. 200.000 fall transidanted I'nnsles In bud and bloom. Snnerh strain Pansi's $2.25 per 100; $20.00 per 1000. A few thousand very large at $3.00 per 100; $25.00 per 1000. A trial order will convince yon that these are the best voii ever handled. Yon need them for your particular trade. Cash please. Ix-onard Cousins. Jr.. Concord .Iiinctlon. Mass. Pansy plants. July and August sown, fall transplanted, good strong plants. In bnd and bloom. $1.30 per 100. $12.00 per 1000. Not less than 500 at 1000 rate. Cash please. Van Home Greenhouses. Van Home. la. I'ansv iilants. good strong jdants, .'?2.00 per 100: .'«15.00 per 1000: extra strong plants, in hud and bloom . per 100: $75.00 per 1000. Roman J. Irwin. 43 West ISth St., New York, N. Y._ Fall transplanted Pansy plants, only 3000. but extra fine. Steele's Private stock, in bud and bloom. $2.00 per 100. $15.00 per 10(Xt. Eden Nurseries, Port .Miecany. Pa. .Steele's Mastwlon Pansv pl.ints. heavy trans- planted. In bud and bloom, $2.00 per 100. $18.00 per 1000. Cash. C. A. .\nderson (Jreenbouse Co.. Box .56. Tionesta. I'a. I'ansv jilants. Giant TriniMrleaii, mixed, strong seedlings, $4.00 per 1000: .5(HK» lots at .^3.50 per moo. S. T. Diiilev & Son, Macomb, III. I'ansies. extra iarg''. tield grown, mixed colors of main varieties, all in Idnem. $3,(H» per 100. Charles Wliitton. Utica. N. Y. Pansies. Giant Trimardeaii seedlings, $4.00 per 1000 postpaid. Cash. Vnllpv View Gnrdpnn Tiffin. Ohio. PELARQONM'MS PELARGONIUMS. Lucy Becker. W'lrtembnrL'ia. Wolfgang von Goethe. Swabian Maid. Gardener's Joy. flraf Zeppelin, (iernian (Jlory and I'riiico Bismarck; all in bnd and reailv for shift, ('lean stis-k. Each 3-in 16c 3V.-in 20c 4M'-in .%5c Old varieties. Purity. Sandlford. Capt. Baker, Crimson King, etc.. mixed: Each 3 In 12c 3H-in 15.T Packing a specialty. Cash please. Joseph Sylvester. Oconto. Wis.

  

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Robert Baker with The Virginia Living Museum presented Reptiles Rock! on June 27 at Main Street Library as part of the Summer Reading Program.

Therapy Dog International trainer Richard Pettyjohn shows Xavier Tirado, age 3, how to tickle Bailey's feet during Paws to Read on Feb. 4 at Grissom Library. Photo by Isabella Pence-Lanctot/Newport News Public Library System.

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