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Albuquerque Rose Society’s 2008 Spring Rose Show“It’s Too Late to Stop Now”* : Albuquerque Rose Society’s 2008 Spring Rose Show“It’s Too Late to Stop Now”* DIVISION II (ARRANGEMENTS) *All titles and lyrics by Van Morrison, copyright Van Morrison and Exile Productions PowerPoint Presentation by Susan Brandt Graham, Albuquerque Rose Society : PowerPoint Presentation by Susan Brandt Graham, Albuquerque Rose Society Click or scroll to go through the presentation. For more information, contact the Albuquerque Rose Society at www.albuquerquerose.com or The American Rose Society at www.ars.org May 25, 2008 About the Theme : About the Theme When I first began this schedule in the summer of 2007, I had intended to use “Moondance” as the theme. For rose lovers, Jackson and Perkins had just introduced a new rose named after Van Morrison’s song and best-selling album, Moondance. For rose and music lovers, 2008 marks the 40th Anniversary of the release of Morrison’s most brilliant and enduring, if not best-selling, work, Astral Weeks. “Moondance” seemed a perfect theme, and Morrison’s poetry from a 40+ -year career seemed a perfect way to develop that theme. The arrangement schedule was about 2/3’s of the way done when Ginny Troyer asked me to tie the theme to the Albuquerque Rose Society’s 60th Anniversary. No problem. For years, in his younger days, Van closed his shows with “Cyprus Avenue” from Astral Weeks. The song and the show always ended with Van shouting, “It’s too late to stop now!” and stalking off stage. To this day, it is considered one of the all-time classic set-closers. There was no encore at those shows, but at age 62 Van is still touring like a man half his age, and released an album of all-new work in March 2008. The day after he turned 62 he had his third child and first son. He hasn’t stopped yet. The Albuquerque Rose Society, like the ARS and many local rose societies, is in a time of transition. What worked 60 years ago does not necessarily work today. But it is too late to stop now. Let’s see what we can do to make the Albuquerque Rose Society a vital, functioning force over the next 60 years. Because it’s too late to stop now! *All Division II class titles and lyrics by Van Morrison, copyright Van Morrison and Exile Productions American Rose SocietyScorecard for Judging Rose Arrangements : American Rose SocietyScorecard for Judging Rose Arrangements Conformance 15 points Naming of roses Conformance to type of design Other specific requirements of schedule Design (5 points per principal) 30 points Balance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -5 Dominance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -5 Contrast - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 Rhythm - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -5 Proportion - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -5 Scale - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - 5 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 ARS Medal Certificates : ARS Medal Certificates ARS Gold, Silver, and Bronze Certificates are awarded to the three highest-scoring standard arrangements using arranger-grown roses. ARS Mini-Gold, Mini-Silver, and Mini-Bronze Certificates are awarded to the three highest-scoring miniature arrangements using arranger-grown roses. ARS Gold Medal Certificate : ARS Gold Medal Certificate Winner: Lois Brandt Roses: Trumpeter Section and Class: Section C – Oriental Manner, Class 6 – “Satisfied,” utilizing a low container ARS Silver Medal Certificate : ARS Silver Medal Certificate Winner: Nancy Core Roses: Tournament of Roses Section and Class: Section D – Modern; Class 5, “Crazy Love,” any type of Modern design other than Underwater or Parallel ARS Bronze Medal Certificate : ARS Bronze Medal Certificate Winner: Lois Brandt Roses: Black Magic Section and Class: Section F – Duke; Class 11 – “Listen to the Lion” Type – Oriental Manner (Arranger’s Choice) ARS Mini-Gold Medal Certificate : ARS Mini-Gold Medal Certificate Winner: Lois Brandt Roses: Glowing Amber Section and Class: Section L – Mini-Duchess, Class 24 – “Steal My Heart Away” Type: Modern (Arranger’s Choice) ARS Mini-Silver Medal Certificate : ARS Mini-Silver Medal Certificate Winner: Susan Graham Roses: What a Surprize (Sport of Hot Tamale; arranger is also the rose registrant) Section and Class: Section I – Mini-Artist (Modern), Class 18, “Bulbs” (under 5 inches) ARS Mini-Bronze Medal Certificate : ARS Mini-Bronze Medal Certificate Winner: Susan Graham Roses: Mother’s Love, Aristocrat Section and Class: Section K – Mini-Princess, Section 23 – “Sweet Thing” Style – Modern (Arranger’s Choice) Sweepstakes Trophy : Sweepstakes Trophy The Albuquerque Rose Society awards a perpetual trophy to the winner of the greatest number of purple (1st place) ribbons in Division II, Arrangements. Winner in 2008: LOIS BRANDT Three people tied for Sweepstakes in 2008: Lois Brandt, Nancy Core, and Susan Graham. The tie was broken based on points for number of ARS Medal Certificates. SECTION A – ROYALTY : SECTION A – ROYALTY Standard traditional arrangements with all fresh plant material Section winner: Pat Jeremiah Roses: Tournament of Roses SECTION A – ROYALTY : SECTION A – ROYALTY 1. MOONDANCE – a traditional mass design Section and Class Winner: Pat Jeremiah Roses: Tournament of Roses SECTION A – ROYALTY : SECTION A – ROYALTY 2. CYPRUS AVENUE – a traditional line or line-mass design No entry SECTION B – ARTIST : SECTION B – ARTIST Standard modern arrangements Section winner: Nancy Core Roses: Tournament of Roses SECTION B – ARTIST : SECTION B – ARTIST 3. INTO THE MYSTIC – an Underwater design No entry SECTION B – ARTIST : SECTION B – ARTIST 4. CARAVAN – a Parallel design, with three or more groupings of materials (one or more containers) placed to give continuity and a vertical thrust No purple ribbon awarded in this class Second place: Susan Graham Roses: St. Patrick SECTION B – ARTIST : SECTION B – ARTIST 5. CRAZY LOVE – any type of Modern design other than Underwater or Parallel Section and Class Winner – Nancy Core Roses: Tournament of Roses SECTION B – ARTIST : SECTION B – ARTIST 5. CRAZY LOVE – any type of Modern design other than Underwater or Parallel Second place – Susan Graham Roses: Be-Bop SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER Standard arrangements in the Oriental manner Section winner: Lois Brandt Roses: Trumpeter SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER 6. SATISFIED – utilizing a low container Section and Class Winner – Lois Brandt Roses - Trumpeter SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER 6. SATISFIED – utilizing a low container Second Place – Nancy Core Roses – Marilyn Monroe SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER 7. IN THE GARDEN – utilizing a tall container No entry SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER 8. HAUNTS OF ANCIENT PEACE – Classical No entry SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION C – ORIENTAL MANNER 9. FAST TRAIN – Freestyle Class Winner: Nancy Core Roses: Graham Thomas SECTION D – PRINCESS : SECTION D – PRINCESS Standard arrangement with fresh roses with fresh rose foliage only. Hips, canes (with or without foliage) and roots may be used. No other plant materials or accessories permitted. All materials must be fresh. Arranger may choose type of design, but must note type on entry tag SECTION D – PRINCESS : SECTION D – PRINCESS 10. SUMMERTIME IN ENGLAND Section winner: NOT AWARDED 2nd Place winner: Lois Brandt Roses: Gentle Giant; canes of Altissimo SECTION E – DUCHESS : SECTION E – DUCHESS Standard arrangement with fresh roses with dried and/or treated dried plant material only. No fresh plant material other than roses. No accessories. Arranger may choose type of design, but must note type on entry tag SECTION E – DUCHESS : SECTION E – DUCHESS 11. ANGELIOU Section winner: Nancy Core Roses: Graham Thomas SECTION E – DUCHESS : SECTION E – DUCHESS 11. ANGELIOU Second Place: Lois Brandt Roses: St. Patrick SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* : SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* A small arrangement limited to no less than ten (10) inches and no greater than twenty (20) inches in height, width, and depth. Any type of rose(s) may be used in the arrangement. Arranger may choose type of design, but must note type on entry tag Section winner: Lois Brandt Roses: Black Magic SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* : SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* 12. LISTEN TO THE LION – using all fresh plant material; no accessories Section and Class winner: Lois Brandt Rose: Black Magic Style – Oriental Manner (Arranger’s Choice) SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* : SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* 12. LISTEN TO THE LION – using all fresh plant material; no accessories Second Place: Nancy Core Rose: Marilyn Monroe Style: Oriental Manner (Arranger’s Choice) SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* : SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* 13. COME RUNNING TO ME – fresh roses with no other plant restrictions or accessories restrictions Class Winner – Susan Graham Roses – Chihuly Style: Modern (Arranger’s Choice) SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* : SECTION F – DUKE *NEW* 13. COME RUNNING TO ME – fresh roses with no other plant restrictions or accessories restrictions Second Place: Nancy Core Roses: Iceberg Style: Oriental Manner (Arranger’s Choice) SECTION G - COURT OF ETIQUETTE : SECTION G - COURT OF ETIQUETTE Tables or trays, functional or exhibition, with a rose arrangement, or “decorative unit.” Section winner: NOT AWARDED SECTION G - COURT OF ETIQUETTE : SECTION G - COURT OF ETIQUETTE 14. TUPELO HONEY – Functional dessert tray for two. Informal tray, no larger than 36 inches wide and 32 inches deep, with a rose arrangement (“decorative unit”). May include dishes, glassware, linens, and/or placemats, but no flatware is allowed. 2nd Place: Susan Graham Roses: Hot Cocoa SECTION G - COURT OF ETIQUETTE : SECTION G - COURT OF ETIQUETTE 15. ALMOST INDEPENDENCE DAY – Informal exhibition picnic exhibit, with a rose arrangement (“decorative unit”) to be displayed in an area no larger than 30 inches wide and 30 inches deep. No flatware is allowed. The exhibitor is to provide frames, underlays, plate holders, and/or other items to be used for placement of articles 2nd Place: Debbie Butcher SECTION H - MINI-ROYALTY : SECTION H - MINI-ROYALTY Miniature traditional arrangements, using all fresh materials. Roses must be miniature or mini-flora roses only Section winner: Royce Weil Roses: Glowing Amber SECTION H - MINI-ROYALTY : SECTION H - MINI-ROYALTY 16. BALLERINA – Mass design not to exceed ten inches in height, width, or depth Class and Section winner: Royce Weil Roses: Glowing Amber SECTION H - MINI-ROYALTY : SECTION H - MINI-ROYALTY 17. SLIM SLOW SLIDER – Line or line-mass design not to exceed ten inches in height, width, or depth No Purple ribbon awarded; Second Place: Pat Jeremiah Roses: Marriotta SECTION I - MINI-ARTIST : SECTION I - MINI-ARTIST Miniature modern arrangements, using miniature or mini-flora roses only Section winner: Susan Graham Roses: What a Surprize (The arranger is also the registrant of the rose, which is a sport of Hot Tamale) SECTION I - MINI-ARTIST : SECTION I - MINI-ARTIST 18. BULBS – not to exceed five inches in height, width, or depth Section and Class Winner: Susan Graham Roses: What a Surprize SECTION I - MINI-ARTIST : SECTION I - MINI-ARTIST 19. WILD NIGHT – Not to exceed ten inches in height, width, or depth Purple ribbon winner: Royce Weil Roses: Millie Walter SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER Miniature arrangements in the Oriental manner, using miniature or mini-flora roses only Section winner: Peggy Atencio Roses: Aristocrat SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER 20. BESIDE YOU - In a low container, and not to exceed ten inches in height, width, or depth Section and Class Winner: Peggy Atencio Roses: Aristocrat SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER 21. THE WAY YOUNG LOVERS DO – In a tall container, and not to exceed ten inches in height, width, or depth No Purple ribbon awarded; 2nd Place: Peggy Atencio Rose: Ruby Baby SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER : SECTION J - MINI-ORIENTAL MANNER 22. SOMEONE LIKE YOU – Freestyle, and not to exceed ten inches in height, width, or depth No Purple ribbon awarded SECTION K – MINI-PRINCESS *New* : SECTION K – MINI-PRINCESS *New* Miniature arrangement with fresh miniature and/or mini-flora roses with fresh rose foliage only. Hips, canes (with or without foliage) and roots may be used. No other plant materials or accessories permitted. All materials must be fresh. The arrangement may not exceed 10 inches in height, width, or depth. Arranger may choose type of design, but must note type on entry tag SECTION K – MINI-PRINCESS *New* : SECTION K – MINI-PRINCESS *New* 23. SWEET THING Section winner: Susan Graham Roses: Mother’s Love, Aristocrat Style – Modern (Arranger’s Choice) SECTION L – MINI-DUCHESS *NEW* : SECTION L – MINI-DUCHESS *NEW* Miniature arrangement with fresh miniature and/or mini-flora roses with dried and/or treated dried plant material only. Not to exceed 10 inches in height, width, or depth. No fresh plant material other than roses. No accessories. Arranger may choose type of design, but must note type on entry tag SECTION L – MINI-DUCHESS *NEW* : SECTION L – MINI-DUCHESS *NEW* 24. STEAL MY HEART AWAY Section winner: Lois Brandt Roses: Glowing Amber Style – Modern (Arranger’s Choice) SECTION M - MINI-KEEPSAKE : SECTION M - MINI-KEEPSAKE Dried miniature roses with (or without) dried and/or treated dried natural plant material Winner: Peggy Atencio SECTION M - MINI-KEEPSAKE : SECTION M - MINI-KEEPSAKE 25. WARM LOVE – not to exceed ten inches in height, width, or depth Section winner: Peggy Atencio Roses: Red Minimo SECTION N – MINI-COURT OF ETIQUETTE : SECTION N – MINI-COURT OF ETIQUETTE A miniature exhibition breakfast exhibit, with a rose arrangement (“decorative unit”), the whole not to exceed sixteen inches in width or depth, with no height restrictions other than height should be proportional to the remainder of the exhibit SECTION N – MINI-COURT OF ETIQUETTE : SECTION N – MINI-COURT OF ETIQUETTE 26. BRIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD Section winner: NOT AWARDED These examples by Debbie Butcher and Nancy Core won 2nd and 3rd place ribbons SECTION O – NOVICE AWARD : SECTION O – NOVICE AWARD For those who have won no more than three purple (blue) ribbons in arrangements in ARS-sponsored rose shows. Type of arrangement (Traditional, Modern, or Oriental Manner) must be noted on entry tag Section winner: No entry SECTION P – JUNIOR ARRANGEMENT AWARD : SECTION P – JUNIOR ARRANGEMENT AWARD Limited to arrangers ages 17 and under. Type of arrangement (Traditional, Modern, or Oriental Manner) must be noted on entry tag Section winner: No entry SECTION Q – JUDGES : SECTION Q – JUDGES Open only to ARS Accredited or Apprentice Arrangement Judges judging this show. A special panel of judges will judge this class, if necessary Section winner: Marylou Coffman SECTION Q – JUDGES : SECTION Q – JUDGES 31. HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY - Miniature design, not exceeding ten inches in height, width, or depth. Choice of design, but type must be specified on the entry tag. Class winner – Helen Baird Roses – Bees Knees Style – Oriental Manner (Arranger’s Choice) SECTION Q – JUDGES : SECTION Q – JUDGES 32. ASTRAL WEEKS - Standard design. Choice of design, but type must be specified on the entry tag Class and section winner – Marylou Coffman Roses: Gertrude Jekyll, Pink Peace Style – Oriental Manner (Arranger’s Choice) For More Information : For More Information If you would like to learn more about roses, check out the Albuquerque Rose Society www.albuquerquerose.com , the American Rose Society www.ars.org , or your local rose society. The Pacific Southwest District will be having a rose arrangement judging school in Mesa, Arizona in November 2008. Specifics should be available soon at www.ars.org May 25, 2008

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