ceremoniously plants the first official cherry
blossom tree in Marshfield in front of the Webster County Museum.
Holden was Missouri First Lady at the time of the planting.
Pictured with Holden are Dr. Tommy Macdonnell,
Rev. Charles Embree and Nicholas W. Inman.
addresses those present at the first official planting of a
kwanzan cherry blossom tree at the corner of Jackson and Clay
Streets. In her remarks she said, "I hope that I have begun a tradition
here in Marshfield and that all future first ladies will
travel here and plant one as well."
was the first
recipient of the Edwin P. Hubble Medal of Initiative in 2004.
Johnson was presented the medal in the presidential
the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library in Austin, Texas.
Johnson was honored for her extensive work in beautification.
Bird Johnson with the Edwin P. Hubble Medal of Initiative at
Johnson Presidential Library. Here the two visit about the Hubble
Telescope, which Mrs. Johnson witnessed being launched into space.
lady speaks at the Webster County Courthouse before planting her
kwanzan cherry blossom tree in honor of all Missouri veterans. Pictured
behind Wilson (left to right) Rev. Frank Ragg, Ryan Stokes, Nicholas W.
Inman and John Strobel. Wilson was accompanied to Marshfield
by Roger Wilson, former Missouri Governor.
Inman joins Pat Wilson, former Missouri first lady in ceremoniously planting her cherry blossom tree on the lawn of the Webster County Courthouse in 2004.
Jones joins her son, Jerry Jones in planting a kwanzan cherry
blossom tree at the R.A. Barr Football stadium at Marshfield Junior