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                  Presents
            ‘Crates of Roses’ 2007

           An American Rose Society
              Affiliated Rose Show
       for Horticulture & Arrangements
 Properties will be available beginning at 5:30
Entries received 7:00 am to 9:45 am on Saturday
               Open to the Public
   Saturday, October 27 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm
   Sunday, October 28 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
  Please come and enjoy the bounty of roses!

              Roger’s Gardens
         2301 San Joaquin Hills Road
          Corona del Mar, California
                949.640.5800
                        ORANGE COUNTY ROSE SOCIETY
                              Established 1964

                     An Affiliate of The American Rose Society

                                   2007 Officers
        President                                    Tom Cooney
        VP Programs                                  Gerry Youngwirth
        Treasurer                                    Ralph Hoekstra
        Recording Secretary                          Eydie Osaki
        Newsletter Editor                            Carolyn Elgar
                                  Board Members
                                 Jim Williamson
                                 Kathy Hoffman
                                 Jane Hoekstra
                                   Bill Siebert
                                 Committee Chairs
        Ways and Means                               Ben Ashadi
        Hospitality                            Judy Collard & Shawn Rolke
        Membership                                   Miriam Cooney
        Publicity                                    Linda Boxley
        Rose Show                                    Jan Brider
        Meeting Show                                 Linda Renner
        Official Greeter                             Bill Seibert
        Librarian                                    Lynn Berkwitz


The members of the Orange County Rose Society invite you to attend our regularly
scheduled monthly meetings at:

                Westminster Senior Center
            8200 Westminster Blvd. Westminster, CA 92683

Our meetings begin at 7:30 pm on the first Thursday of the month (except July and
August). The meetings are open to the public and everyone is welcome. Monthly
member shows are held at the April-June and September-November meetings.
For additional information call 714.847.2016
                 ORANGE COUNTY ROSE SOCIETY
                           Presents
                        Crates of Roses

  Show Chair                              Jan Brider

  Judges Chair                            Bonnie Andrew

  Clerks                                  Carolyn Elgar

  Entry Placement                         Tom Cooney

  Hospitality                             Linda Renner

  Show Signage                            Kathy Hoffman

  Trophy Procurement                      Denise Pulley

  Trophy Table Display                    Denise Pulley

  Judges’ Breakfast                       Gail Rose Lam

  Exhibitor’s Snacks                      Tom Cooney

  Judges’ Luncheon                        Tom Cooney

  Trophy Recorder                         Miriam Cooney

  Calligraphy                             Linda Renner

  Properties                              John Pulley

  Security                                Bill Siebert



A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO ALL OF THE VOLUNTEERS WHO MAKE THIS
                       SHOW HAPPEN!
                    The Orange County Rose Society would like to
                        thank the following sponsors for their
                    generous donations of trophies for this event:

                                Tom and Miriam Cooney
                                      Linda Renner
                                     Kathy Hoffman
                                 Denise and John Pulley
                           Carolyn Elgar and Jim Williamson
                              Jan Brider and Chuck Brider
                                     Rodger Skirvin
                                    Kathie Crawford
                              Marcelle and Clinton Hufford
                                  Lily and Justin Ekuan
                                    Rogers Gardens



                     RULES FOR HORTICULTURAL EXHIBITS:


1. Properties will be available beginning at 5:30 and entries will close promptly at
   9:45 am. Judging will start at 10:15 am.

2. This show adheres to the rules of The American Rose Society in organizing a
   rose show. Anyone may exhibit roses in this show. All roses have been grown
   in the exhibitor’s outdoor garden

3. All exhibitors must register their name and address at the Registration Table.

4. Only ARS entry tags may be used, with only the upper portion of the entry tag
   filled out including name and full address. Use only black or blue ballpoint pens.
   No felt pens. The entry tag should be folded and closed.

5. Only one exhibitor or one team from any one garden may enter any class.

6. The responsibility for proper identification and classification lies with the exhibitor.

7. This is an alphabetically arranged show, except for Section A. Each variety will
   constitute a separate group within the class, and will be judged on its merit for
   that variety. More than one entry of the same variety by an exhibitor in a class
   will disqualify all.


8. The placement committee will place the roses except for the challenge classes.
   Exhibitors may optionally place roses in classes with multiple roses in one
     container and classes with multiple containers; 7,8,11,13,15,21,25,26,29,34, and
     40
  9. During judging, only individuals with specifically assigned jobs will be allowed in
     the show area.
  10. Wedging or support materials are permitted. Judges may penalize for wedging
      protruding above the vase
  11. AVOID DISQUALIFICATION. ARS rules for rose disqualifications are as
     follows: misnamed, misclassed, mislabeled, misplaced, stem on stem (except
     Old Garden Roses and Shrubs), presence of a foreign substance, side buds,
     violation of ARS or local show rules, and roses without an approved exhibition
     name. If an entry is disqualified, the judges will write the reason on the entry tag.

  12. Roses must be exhibited with an ARS approved exhibition name (AEN). Names
      may be verified in the following officially recognized sources: 1. Modern Roses 2.
      Official List of Approved Exhibition Names for Exhibitors and Judges 3.
      Handbook for Selecting Roses 4. American Rose Magazine Rose Registrations
      page 5. ARS Website - Recent Rose Registrations 6. Combined Rose List
      (CRL). The most recent ARS publication will take precedence. In cases where a
      variety is not listed in any of the ARS official publications, the CRL may be used
      as a reference. In the event there is a conflict between the CRL and an ARS
      publication, the ARS publication will prevail.

  13. Judging will be in accordance with current Guidelines and Rules for Judging
      Roses, the Judges decisions are final.

  14. Judges and immediate family members may not enter roses except in classes 31
      & 44.

  15. The Orange County Rose Society and Roger’s Gardens will not accept
      responsibility for loss or damage to personal property.

  16. Trophies will be awarded on Saturday, October 27, 2006 at 2:30 pm. All winners
      should be present or make arrangements for their Trophy acceptance with the
      show chairperson, Jan Brider, 714.779.8032. janbrider@earthlink.net



                                          Section A
                                      CHALLENGE CLASS

CLASS 1         VIRGINIA CARLSON CHALLENGE CLASS
           Only open to members of the Orange County Rose Society, Five Roses, each in its own
              container, staged by the exhibitor, One Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora bloom, One
              Floribunda bloom or spray, One Miniature bloom or spray, One Shrub Rose bloom or
              spray, and One Old Garden Rose bloom or spray. Trophy

CLASS 2          CAL AND BARB HAYES CHALLENGE CLASS
           Nine Miniature Roses, each a different variety and of exhibition quality shown at exhibition
               stage, correctly named, without sidebuds and displayed in separate containers.
               Trophy
CLASS 3           BIG AND LITTLE LOOK-A-LIKES
             One large bloom (any type), and one miniature or mini-flora, shown in separate containers.
                Except for the size the roses must be similar in appearance. ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 4           ROSE IN A PICTURE FRAME
              One bloom any type or form may be shown with or without foliage. Limit one per exhibitor.
             Frames furnished by OCRS. Trophy

                                          Section B
                                HYBRID TEAS and GRANDIFLORAS

CLASS 5            ONE BLOOM without sidebuds

                                          Queen of Show
                                   Trophy and ARS Gold Certificate

                                           King of Show
                                  Trophy and ARS Silver Certificate

                                         Princess of Show
                                  Trophy and ARS Bronze Certificate

                                           Court of Honor
                               Trophy to next four Blue Ribbon Winners

CLASS 6            ONE DECORATIVE HYBRID TEA BLOOM without sidebuds that cannot present
   hybrid tea exhibition form. Entries that can present hybrid tea form will not be considered and
   will be disqualified.                          Trophy
                                  ~ Sponsored by Roger Skirvin


CLASS 7    THREE BLOOMS without sidebuds
           One variety, in one container. Trophy

CLASS 8    CYCLE OF BLOOM Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora specimens of one variety showing the three
           stages of bloom.      One bud with sepals down just beginning to unfurl, one bloom at
           exhibition stage, and one fully open bloom with stamens showing; exhibited in separate
           containers.
                                                    Trophy
CLASS 9    ONE BLOOM FULLY OPEN
             Without sidebuds, stamens must be showing
                                        ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 10 ONE SPRAY must have two or more blooms
                                ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 11 ENGLISH BOX
         One or more varieties, list varieties on back of card
                                      ARS Certificate & Trophy

                                          Section C
                                 FLORIBUNDAS and POLYANTHAS

CLASS 12 ONE BLOOM without sidebuds, no singles
                                ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 13 THREE BLOOMS without sidebuds, one variety in one container
                                               Trophy

CLASS 14 ONE SPRAY must have two or more blooms
                                ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 15 THREE SPRAYS
         One variety in one container
                                               Trophy

CLASS 16 ONE SINGLE VARIETY BLOOM
         4-8 Petals without sidebuds
                                               Trophy

CLASS 17 ONE SINGLE VARIETY SPRAY must have two or more blooms with 4-8 Petals
                                     Trophy

CLASS 18 ONE POLYANTHA SPRAY must have two or more blooms
                            ARS Certificate & Trophy

                                             Section D
                                             SHRUBS

CLASS 19 CLASSIC SHRUB
           One bloom or spray, roses designated by a family classified as a shrub, i.e., Hrg, HMsk
                                   ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 20 MODERN SHRUB
          One bloom or spray, roses designated as “S” in official ARS publications
                                   ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 21 SIX SHRUB STEMS, BLOOMS OR SPRAYS
         One or more variety, Classic or Modern, in one container
                                               Trophy
                 ~ All trophies in this category Sponsored by Lily and Justin Ekuan ~


                                              Section E
                                          MINIATURE ROSES

CLASS 22         ONE MINATURE BLOOM without sidebuds

                                      Miniature Queen of Show
                                   Trophy and ARS Gold Certificate
                               ~ Sponsored by Tom and Miriam Cooney ~

                                        Miniature King of Show
                                    Trophy and ARS Silver Certificate

                                      Miniature Princess of Show
                                   Trophy and ARS Bronze Certificate

                                      Miniature Court of Honor
                                     Next four Blue Ribbon Winners
                                                 Trophy
                                 Section F
CLASS 23   ONE MINI-FLORA BLOOM without sidebuds

                                Mini-Flora Queen of Show
                              Trophy and ARS Gold Certificate

                                Mini-Flora King of Show
                             Trophy and ARS Silver Certificate

                              Mini-Flora Princess of Show
                            Trophy and ARS Bronze Certificate

                                Mini-Flora Court of Honor
                               Next four Blue Ribbon Winners
                                           Trophy

                                      Section G
                             MINIATURE/MINI-FLORA ROSES


CLASS 24   ONE SPRAY must have two or more blooms
                            ARS Certificate & Trophy


CLASS 25   THREE BLOOMS without sidebuds
           One variety, in one container
                                         Trophy


CLASS 26   THREE SPRAYS
           One variety, in one container
                                           Trophy

CLASS 27   ONE SINGLE VARIETY BLOOM
                   4-8 petals without sidebuds
                               ARS Certificate & Trophy


CLASS 28   ONE BLOOM FULLY OPENED without sidebuds, with stamens showing
                          ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 29   ENGLISH BOX
           One or more varieties, list varieties on back of card
                                 ARS Certificate & Trophy

                                       Section H
                                  NOVICE SECTION
              Open to those who have not won a Trophy in any ARS Show
                     A Novice is not restricted to the Novice Class

CLASS 30

   A        ONE HYBRID TEA or GRANDIFLORA BLOOM, without sidebuds
   B        ONE FLORIBUNDA BLOOM or SPRAY, without sidebuds
   C        ONE MINIATURE/MINI-FLORA BLOOM, without sidebuds

           Trophy in each category, Rogers Gardens Gift Certificate & ARS Certificate
                                     to Best in Section
                                     ~ Sponsored by Rogers Gardens ~




                                             Section I
                                          JUDGES’ ENTRY
 Only Judges who are judging this show are eligible to make entries in this section. Vases and tags
             will be in the breakfast area.

CLASS 31     ONE BLOOM OR SPRAY

                     A       Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora
                     B       Floribunda or Polyantha
                     C       Miniature/Mini-Flora
                     D       Any other type
                                          Trophy to each category
                         ARS Visiting Judges Certificate to best entry in A through D


                                                Section J
                                          OLD GARDEN ROSES
   Type of horticultural classification and date of introduction must appear on entry tag

CLASS 32     ONE BLOOM or SPRAY
           Any type of Old Garden rose introduced prior to 1867
           Dowager Queen of Show, ARS Certificate & Trophy
           ~ Sponsored by Carolyn Elgar & Jim Williamson~

CLASS 33     ONE BLOOM or SPRAY
             Introduced in 1867 or later, and roses with unknown dates of introduction
                               Victorian Award, ARS Certificate & Trophy
                                     ~ Sponsored by Kathie Crawford


CLASS 34     THREE BLOOMS or SPRAYS
             One or more varieties, in one container, list varieties
                                                 Trophy

                                                 Section K
                                              MISCELLANEOUS

CLASS 35 MOST FRAGRANT ROSE
         One bloom per stem, without sidebuds. Any type of rose. To be judged 70% for fragrance, and
         30% for overall appearance.
                                     ARS Certificate & Trophy
                              ~ Sponsored by Jan and Chuck Brider ~


CLASS 36 ONE BLOOM OR SPRAY
         One bloom or spray. Large Flowered Climbers (LCL), Hybrid Wichuranas (HWiich), and Hybrid
         Giganteas (HG).
                                  ARS Certificate & Trophy

CLASS 37 ONE SEEDLING, ANY TYPE (NO SPORTS)
         One stem, any variety hybridized by the exhibitor, if known show parentage on entry tag
                                      ARS certificate & Trophy
CLASS 38 JUNIOR ENTRY
         For youth under 18 years old, any type of rose, must be prepared by the entrant.
                                               Trophy



CLASS 39 ROSE-IN-A-BOWL
         A Any type of bloom, except miniatures, no stem or foliage, the flower must float freely in the
                   bowl.
                                          ARS Certificate & Trophy

            B Miniature/Mini-Flora’s only, no stem or foliage, the flower must float freely in the bowl.
                                         ARS Certificate & Trophy
                                     ~ Sponsored by Kathy Hoffman ~

CLASS 40 ARTIST PALETTE
         Five Hybrid Tea or Grandiflora roses, sepals may show. They must all be of different varieties
         and should be arranged from dark to light and from left to right on the palette. Trophy


                                       RULES FOR ARRANGEMENTS

      1.   To be eligible for the Medal Certificates, the roses must be arranger grown and so designated
           by placing an “AG” in the upper right corner of the entry tag. All arranger grown entries are
           eligible for the ARS Medal Certificates.

      2.   Roses must be the dominant feature of all arrangements. Only first place winners are eligible
           for the Trophy and must score 92 points or more to be eligible for Rosette and Medal
           Certificates.

      3.   All roses must be correctly named and listed on the entry tag along with the Exhibitor number.

      4.   All arrangements must be set up and placed by the arranger. The arrangements are going to be
           staged on tables covered with dark green table linens and Miniature arrangements will be
           elevated to eye level on risers

      5.   All miniature arrangements must use roses classified by ARS as miniature or mini-flora

      6.   Niches, backdrops, bases and accessories are optional. The arranger has the choice of
           container(s), except where specified.

      7.   Only one entry per arranger per class will be allowed. Arrangers from the same household will
           be permitted to enter individually as long as each creates the design entered. Two may not
           enter as a team.

      8.   Infringement of the following rules will result in severe penalty.

            a. Painted or dyed fresh plant materials, and live creatures are not allowed.
            b. The use of plant materials on the state or local conservation lists is not permitted.
            c. The American flag or flag of any country may not be used in an arrangement or as a
               decoration in any way.

      9.       There are but two causes for disqualification of an arrangement:
            a. Roses not outdoor grown.
            b. Use of artificial plant material.

      10   The Orange County Rose Society and Roger’s Gardens will take all precautions, but will not be
           responsible for arrangements or containers. The exhibitor should place their name and number
     on the container where it cannot be seen by the judges. The arranger shall pick up or arrange
     to have their entries picked up at the end of the show at 4:00 pm on Sunday, October 28th 2007.

SCORECARD for Judging Rose Arrangements
Conformance (5 points per Category) - 15 Points
     a. Naming of Roses
     b. Conformance to type of design
     c. Other specific requirements of schedule

Design (5 points per Principle) - 30 Points
        Balance, dominance, contrast, rhythm, proportion and scale

Perfection of the Rose(s) – 30 Points
        Including condition of other plant material

Creativity and Expressiveness – 15 Points

Distinction – 10 Points
         Unique, sets the design apart, superiority in every respect includes technical
         execution/construction

                         Total – 100 Points


                                           Section L
                                  TRADITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

CLASS 41A “Romantique”
            A mass design

CLASS 41B “Renaissance”
            A line or line-mass design

                        Best in Section, ARS Royalty Award Rosette & Trophy
                                 ~ Sponsored by Marcelle Hufford ~

                                           Section M
                                     MODERN ARRANGEMENTS

CLASS 42A “Hidden Treasure”
          A Transparency design. A three dimensional design where some components are
          seen through other transparent components.

CLASS 42B “Driftwood”
          A modern design

               Best in Section, ARS Artist Award Rosette & Trophy

                                         Section N
                              ORIENTAL MANNER ARRANGEMENTS

CLASS 43A       “The Soul of the Rose”
                Design using a tall container

CLASS 43B       “Meditation”
                       Design using a low container

                        Best in Section, ARS Oriental Award Rosette & Trophy
                                          Section O
                                    JUDGES ARRANGEMENT

CLASS 44     “How do I love Thee”
             Open only to Arrangement Judges who are judging this show.
             Arrangers choice. Type of design must be noted on the entry tag.

                             ARS Visiting Judges Certificate & Trophy


                                      Section P
                             ARRANGEMENT CHALLENGE CLASS

CLASS 45     Doris Hines Memorial
             Open to members of the Orange County Rose Society only, 4 or more miniature
             varieties shown in a basket to be provided by the Orange County Rose Society, the
             baskets are 5” x 5” with a 6” tall handle and 5” x 6” with a 4” handle. Both baskets are
             natural in color and 3 inches deep. Trophy
                                  ~ Sponsored by Linda Renner ~

                                         Section Q
                                     COURT OF ETIQUETTE


CLASS 46     “Breakfast in Bed”
             A functional informal breakfast tray decorated with a rose arrangement. Tray size
             should not exceed 16” deep and 24” wide. No flatware is allowed. There will be no
             backdrops and the tablecloths will be dark green.

                            ARS Court of Etiquette Certificate & Trophy
                            ~ Sponsored by Denise and John Pulley ~




                                            Section R
                                            DUCHESS

Class 47    “Natures Glory”
             Arrangement featuring roses in combination with dried and/or treated plant material.
             Roses must be the only fresh plant material in the arrangement.
             Arrangers Choice: Type of design to be noted on the entry tag

                              ARS Duchess Award Rosette & Trophy

                                         Section S
                                 MINIATURE ARRANGEMENTS

                         TRADITIONAL MINIATURE ARRANGEMENTS

CLASS 48A “Shades of Love”
          A mass design not to exceed 10” in height, width or depth
                                         Trophy

CLASS 48B “Twilight Time”
          A line or line-mass design not to exceed 10” in height, width or depth

                    Best in Section, ARS Mini Royalty Award Rosette & Trophy
                                        Section T
                            MODERN MINIATURE ARRANGEMENTS

CLASS 49A “Rose On the Beach ”
          A modern design greater than 5” but not to exceed 10” in
          height, width or depth.

CLASS 49B “Breathtaking”
                   A modern design not to exceed 5” in height, width or depth

                              Best in Section, ARS Mini Artist Award
                                        Rosette & Trophy

                                     Section U
                      ORIENTAL MANNER MINIATURE ARRANGEMENTS

CLASS 50A “Floral Jewel”
                    Design using a tall container not to exceed 10” in height, width
                    or depth

CLASS 50B “Tide Pool”
            Design using a low container not to exceed 10” in height, width or depth

                              Best in Section, ARS Mini Oriental Award
                                        Rosette & Trophy

                                          Section V
                                 NOVICE ARRANGEMENTS
                 Open to those who have not won a Trophy in any ARS Show.
                        A Novice is not restricted to the Novice Class.

CLASS 51     “From the Rose Garden”
             Arrangers choice- Type of design must be noted on the entry tag.

                                    ARS Novice Certificate &
                                            Trophy
                                ~ Sponsored by Rogers Gardens ~

                                         Section W
                                  JUNIOR ARRANGEMENT
                     Open to youth arrangers 17 years of age or younger.

CLASS 52     “My First Love”
             Arrangers choice- Type of design must be noted on the entry tag.

                        ARS Junior Arrangement Award Rosette & Trophy
       JUDGES


        Sue Diller

    Barbara Schneider

      Liz Greenwood

      Beverly Trivett

Deanna Flintzer, Apprentice

       Fran Kaelke

     Frank Strickland

      Karen Mannino

       Miriam Yoder

        Sally Long

       Linda Clark

       Diana Kilmer

       Walt Kilmer

      Dave Mahoney

      Gerry Mahoney

      Rita Applegate

     Darryl Pearson

				
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