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 - o E, P. Artist Wins Suii Carnival Award Alec...
o E, P. Artist Wins Suii Carnival Award Alec Cowan of El Paso was the only El Paso artist to place in the third annual Sun Carnival Art Exhibit at Texas Western College. Cowan's entry, "Night Memory," won the Glidden Co. award. First, second and third place prizes went to Janet E. Turner of Nacodoches: Roderick Mead of Carlsbad and P. F. Jaggers of Phoenix. * "Guinea Fowl" by Miss Turner won the $100 Sun Carnival award. The El Paso Artists Assn. awarded a similar prize to Roderick Mead for his "Polo." Jaggers was awarded $100 for his painting, "Alleys." The: prize was donated by R. E. McKee.' The exhibit was held in the Cotton Memorial Building on the campus of. Texas Western College. About 500 persons passed by the 350 entries from all over the Southwest. The exhibit will remain open to the public from 2 to 5 p. m. daily until Jan. 5. Other winning paintings were: 'After the Storm" by Delia Landers of Ovalo; "American Mural—Bull Durham" by Russell Vernon Hunter of Dallas; "Fall Pasture" by John Vteigs of San Patricio; "Serene Destruction" by Constance Forsyth of Austin; "Opus 3" by Donald W. inell of Austin. El With Cpl. and Smelter the Battalion, The central and such fields. of 14 Army. GIVE Alta Warns on Deadline : or Controlled Metals El Paso area manufacturers must Me applications with the local Na- ional Production Authority Office L Here's

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  1. El Paso Herald-Post,
  2. 17 Dec 1951, Mon,
  3. Page 32

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