Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 11, 1976 · Page 18
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 18

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, February 11, 1976
Page 18
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11, ,1976 , Scholastic art to go on exhib More than 170 award-winning works in arts, crafts and photography by students in grades 7 to 12 from six South- em Arizona counties, will be on display Feb. 19-22 at St. Paul's Memorial Church, 1501 E. Speedway Blvd. Called Scholastic Art Exhibit '76, the competition has been conducted nationally by Scholastic Magazine for 49 years. Valley National Bank has been Arizona sponsor of the program for 33 years. Purpose of the program is to encourage achievement in the creative arts, and awards given i n c l u d e HO gold achievement keys and 30 blue ribbons, plus cash and merchandise prizes donated bv local firms. One Hallmark honor nominee for the best art and one Kodak medallion of excellence nominee for the best photography aJso are selected, and these two works, plus those adjudged blue ribbon finalists, will be sent to New York City to compete for national honors. Opportunities for scholarships from the University of Arizona and other schools are available to graduating seniors submitting portfolios. This year's local judges for art are Ellery Gibson, associate professor of art at North, ern Arizona University; Maurice Grossman, professor of art at the UA; and Sam Turner, art instructor at Pistor Junior High School. Photography judges are P. K. Weis, staff photographer for the Tucson Daily Citizen; Bob Hitchcock, owner of Design Photography; and Alan Manley, laboratory manager for Ray Manley Photography. Participation in the pro- Ballet to highlight forum event The American International Folk Ballet will highlight the a n n u a l patron recognition program at the Sunday Evening Forum. The group will appear at 3 and 8 p.m. Sunday in the University Auditorium. Included in the program to be performed by the 65 dancers is a New England suite, the California Rancho Easter Fiesta, the Appalachian and numbers depicting America's heritage from Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Reserved seats for the patrons will be held for one hour before performance time. Patrons must present a reservation card. After patrons have been seated the general public will be admitted. There is no admission charge, but donations are accepted. Home auxiliary plans brunch T h e a n n u a l c h a m p a g n e brunch of the auxiliary to the Handmaker Jewish Nursing Home will be held tomorrow at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. The brunch will be followed by a fashion show, featuring members of the auxiliary as models. Donation is $10, and Mmes. Carolyn Berman and Evelyn Gordon are in charge of arrangements. gram is elective. Students wishing to enter their work may do so through their art or photography instructors, or may register at St. Paul's Memorial Church tomorrow, Friday or Saturday. VALENTINE S A V E S 3 6 9 DIAMOND 14K GOLD RING TRIO REG. S275 S 239 *,· LHELZBERG_ WE SAVE YOU MONEY OTHERS SAY IT-WE DO IT! -- USED --FLOOR MODELS ., THE FABULOUS *3 WHITE ROTARY FREE ARM REPAIR SPECIALISTS -- ALL HAKES SINCE SEW-VAC SEWING MACHINES- VACUUM CLEANERS E.22NDST. 747-3466 Ruth .Cross and Joe Darling are both professional party-givers and convention hosts. We welcome your group to Westward Look Resort, where your every meeting, need is met. The food is only the finest and our convention facilities will be arranged to suit your group. Whether it's luncheon for ten or a meeting for 400, we will take care of you at Westward Look Resort. Give us a call --297-1151 WESIWORDIOOK 245 E. INA RD., TUCSON, ARIZONA 85704 297-1151 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N V \ **-- Sale 1.91 Reg. 2.49. Infants' receiving blanket 30"x40" multicolor cotton prints. Sale 5.03 Reg. 6.29. Printed nylon comforter for infants converts to sleeping bag. 34" x 43" open Sale 3.20 Reg. $4. 36" x 50" 100% acrylic/nylon thermal knil with nylon binding. PACE 19 fepr?? Sale 90.40 Reg. $113. 3 drawer pine dresser (shown) with removable vinyl dressing pad. 4 drawer colonial style pine chest, reg. S1 20. Sale $96 Sale s 88 Reg.SHO. Colonial style pine crib has double drop sides with stabilizer bar. 54" x 30" x 46". EL CON ONLY Sale 2 for 1.75 Reg. 2 for 2.19. Ullra-absorbent training pants of cotton/rayon/olefin. Toddler sizes M L XL Sale 3 for 1.99 Reg 2for2.49.Cottonshortsleevepullovershirt nas lap shoulder, no bind neck Sizes S.M L XL 3\ The Lightfoot Sport Casual Ifs just your style. / Especially/ at 13.99 Charge it! JCPenney 123 456 IBS 0 q MODERN SHOPPER / / · CHERRY VANILLA L ICECREAM I Ite $ll · · H aaa iS H LILY PURE VANILLA ICE CREAM WITH MARASCHINO CHERRIES. 24" OFF CHERRY VANILLA ICE CREAM MR. DEALER: We will pay 24t off plus 3« \ handling provided coupon is redeemed on one-half gallon of CHERRY VANILLA ICE CREAM, mis coupon is not lo be redeemed on any other Lily Ice Cream product or flavor. Invoices proving purchase of sufficient stock of CHERRY VANILLA ICE CREAM must be shown upon request. Failure lo do so may, at our option, void all coupons. For ^redemption -- Mail to P.O. Box 76666, .Tucson, Arizona 85726. 24' GOOD THRU SUNDAY FEB. IS, 1976 VALUABLE COUPON II! m m m m m m m m mi m m AVAILABLE AT: All Food Giant Markets Or for name of nearest dealer, phone 624-2466 mmmmmmmmmmm m Meet the Duncan Yo-Yo champion, Doug Bahringer and enter the yo-yo contest on Feb. 14 at 1 pm. in the toy dept. Flexxtra® pantihose savings. Sale " fOr O Reg 99C Queen sizes, reg. 1.29. Sale 4 for $4. Flexxtra' stretch nylon pantihose with Invisaguard" toe, nude heel and sheer leg. French cut reinforced panty. Stock up today. Women's casual shoe with sporty buckle front. Soft, tricot lined urethane upper with feather outsole. Stitched sole construction. Long wearing lift. In a wide range of sizes and widths. In black, camel, bone, white, navy, red, yellow. Lt. blue, coral, spring green, lavender and gold. JCPenney Beauty Salon -- For beautiful styling every time ^1976 JCPonnDy Co , Inc El Con, 3501 E. Broadway Open weekdays 9:30 to 9, Sunday 12 to 5. Downtown Tucson, 115 N. Stone Open Monday thru Saturday 9:30 to 5:30, Friday 'til 8

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