Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1958
TABLE CENTERPIECE: Mrs. James Hayward, president of the Garden Club of Ann Arbor, works on one of the many centerpieces to be used at the conference. The dried arrangement is made with an interior of sphagnum moss which is soaked in water, formed into a ball and then covered with chicken wire. The "branches" are made with wild weeds. A small branch is covered with florists' tape to form the "stump" and placed in the pot of dirt. At left is a finished centerpiece.
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1958
NEW POSTAGE STAMP ISSUED: Three members of the Ann Arbor Garden Club are shown using the new postage stamps issued yesterday, marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of Liberty Hyde Bailey, a horticulturist and native of Michigan. His writings and scientific works are familiar among gardeners and horticulturists. Members of the club are (left to right) Mrs. James Hayward, treasurer; Mrs. Eugene Leslie, president, and Mrs. Raleigh Schorling, horticultural chairman.