|2006 Cherry Blossom
||Contestants for the
Cherry Blossom Queen pose before the judges final results at Cross
(featured remarks by Steven Ford)
(pictured left to right)
Steven Ford (son of President and Mrs. Gerald Ford)
Lyon Tyler (grandson of President John Tyler)
Shannon Lanier (Sally Heming descendant of President Thomas Jefferson)
Devon Nixon (great nephew of President Richard Nixon)
Brad Turner (President Warren Harding relative)
Nicholas W. Inman (Cherry Blossom Founder & Chairman)
Ford (son of President Gerald Ford) spoke at the history assembly for
Marshfield High School in 2006. Ford spoke about his life in the White
House and his Mother's struggle with alcohol abuse. Ford was the first
child of an American President to visit Marshfield.
Hilda Lane (relative of Edwin P. Hubble)
Judy Lewis (daughter of Clark Gable and Loretta Young)
Betty Lynn (Thelma Lou of the Andy Griffith show)
John Lane (nephew of Edwin P. Hubble).
Carroll and Rev. David Ingalls sign autographs following the Missouri
Walk of Fame ceremony at the Webster County Library.
Susan Tyler (great granddaughter of President John Tyler), Carolyn Yates (cherry blossom committee member) and George Cleveland (grandson of President George Cleveland) pose with the first cherry blossom essay winners backstage at the Young Community Auditorium.
2006 Presidential descendants participate in the first Presidential Forum at the Jubilee Theater. Pictured (left to right) Shannon Lanier, Tom Colt (relative of President Andrew Johnson), Thom Daniel, John Truman, George Cleveland, Lyon Tyler, Richard Gatchell (relative of President James Monroe), Jennifer Harville and James Auchincloss. Marshfield native and Washington D.C. resident, Roy Howard Beck moderated the panel.
chairman), Elsie Myers (cherry pie contest chair), Bessie Caulfield
(first place cherry pie contest winner and Jane Rader (second place
cherry pie contest winner) in front of the Marshfield Mail.
and Hilda Lane
(nephew of Edwin P. Hubble) pose with Hubble's star at the Missouri
Walk of Fame ceremony.
President Richard Nixon) spoke at the announcement ceremony for the
National First Families Library and Museum.
James Auchincloss (half brother of Jackie Kennedy Onassis) speaks at the announcement ceremony for the National First Families Library and Museum.
under the direction of Beth Burch at the announcement ceremony for the
National First Families Library and Museum at the Carl and Glessie
Young Community Auditorium.
The voices of the Marshfield Community Choir performed at the announcement ceremony of the National First Families Library and Museum with an moving rendition of the "Battle Hymn of the Republic."
Lyon Tyler (grandson of President John Tyler) receives applause at the "Judy Lewis Breakfast." Tyler traveled to Marshfield from his home in Tennessee.
Carroll speaks at the 2006
Missouri Walk of Fame ceremony. Carroll is one of the remaining
munchkins from the Wizard of Oz and is a St. Louis resident.
President Harry S Truman) plants a cherry blossom tree along "Cherry
Blossom Way" in honor of his Mother, Margaret Truman Daniel.
2006 class of
the Missouri Walk of Fame. Pictured (left to right): Miss Missouri
(Stacey Cooley), John Lane (nephew of Edwin P. Hubble), Helen Benziger
McKinney (great granddaughter of the Unsinkable Molly Brown), Betty
Lynn, Thom Daniel (grandson of President Harry S Truman), Rev. David
Ingalls (cousin of Laura Ingalls Wilder) and Mickey Carroll.
President Richard Nixon), Nicholas W. Inman and Judy Lewis (daughter of
Clark Gable and Loretta Young) pose together at the breakfast honoring
Lewis. She received the 2006 Edwin P. Hubble Medal of Initiative before
the festival showing of "Gone with the Wind."
Betty Lynn "Thelma Lou" of the Andy Griffith show was made an honorary Marshfield Wal-Mart associate while touring the new super center during her 2006 visit to Marshfield. Lynn received a vest and name badge and even took a few minutes and greeted customers as a people greeter at the old Wal-Mart location. Lynn toured the super center before its official opening.