Elizabeth Elaine Clark Bradford
Hill, Art Classes Enrollment Set Record Enrollment in the children's art claases, which opened last Saturday under the sponsorship of Corp v : Christ! Art Foundation, has reached the EO mark, the largest number ever o enroll for the work. "Irs. Thomas Marshall, Jr., chairman of the Saturday classes for children of foundation* members, reported to directors of the art foundation yesterday that the class had to be divided into two groups because oÂ£ the large enrollment." The first section of the class will 1 held from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. and tiie second from 10 to 12 on each of the next eight Saturdays. Instructor for the classes is Mrs. W. T. Bradford. She has studied at Baylor and Columbia Universities and taught in public school systems. The board also discussed the possibility of exhibiting' the work of class youngsters at the. end of the eight-week period. Parents who wish to enroll their youngsters in the art classes may call Mrs. Marshall for additional information. A $15 membership entitles one child to attend the classes and a $10 membership is required for two or more memberships for children of the same family.