The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on April 15, 1956 · 227
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 227

Los Angeles, California
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Sunday, April 15, 1956
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ART PRIZE WINNERS WILL BE HONORED PARADF.N A rrle win neri In the 32r Annual Exhibition of the Fasadena Society of Artist anil patrons of the group will be honored! today from 2 to 5 p.m. at a tea opening the new exhibit. The public la Invited to the affair, which held simultaneous with the opening, at the Pasadena Art Mu seum, 46 N Los Itobles Ave. Award Winner President Chang Reynolds of the Society and Hospitali ty Chairman Mrs. Ruth Lind- sey will greet guests. Top awards In the show were captured by Orrin White and Bentley Schaad White's work, "Arches, Mexico," earned him the Mc Bride Award of $100 for the best landscape in oils Schaad's "Interior" received the Pasadena School of Fine Arts Award of $100 for the In-'br-l oil, other than land f: I 1 ! I tinier Library Branch Ready to Open scape. The Society' award of $. for the best watcrrolor went to Jae Carmlchacl for her "Cyclohexane." Honorable mentions were voted Jonathan Scott for "Checkered Cloth" in the oils division, to Dorothy Lotts for "Red Roof" and to Sally Glenn for "Television Aerials" in the watercolor category, and to James Coup- er Wright for his ink drawing entitled "Trees." No print or sculpture prizes are being given this year. The show, open to the pub-; lie daily except Mondays through May 13 without charge, also will include works by four members of the Society who died during the last year. " Artists whose works will be shown posthumously are Mabel Burnett, Carl Smith, Alan Trego and an honorary member, Seymour Thomas, jW. Covins PTAs Taking Census of Preschoolers floor jl'nHf-f, Cnrnfii lf f'clifwtl nn )i'Ki! Kttirl Ciitfith, Del N'orto WKXr COVIN' - A toflfinr fount of vn SOUTH WIIITTIKn IrhiMrrn In tha Wr4 Covin,. I'TA. The Jacket of the 12-l.fJOO'dMrlct I bfln mnd? by A rlfy rrnam hrlnjj t.krr branch county library wlII:mor than 100 women of the Federal Cenitii I'.u be removed here at dedica-PTA organizations, tory ejiercliics planned for Norbert Fuelling, vice- reau also children In will enurnmt the rlty but frl principal of Sunset School, Is age brackets of four years directing the ccnsiR "When each. This system of enumer- 'J:f!0 a.m. tomorrow. The new structure, which on Telegraph Road used:116 count 's complete," Fuel- atlon is not adaptable to the since the library moved from'ling said, "we will have theschool district situation, ac-a local school, is located atjmost accurate census of pre- cording" to Fuelling. 10034 Laurel Ave. It is thelsrhnnl rhilrlrpn to Hate as a! Administrative iwsnnnrl 4 i fcgatg. Ui'fl"- IIMIimi I Tl unl II II 11 I"'" mil- iimiimBm' --irillir m mr TIM I n m .Mmtmmn PRIZE WINNER Orrin White and his McBiide Award-winning oil "Arches, Mexico." He will be honored at the Pasadena Art Museum tea, which opens the Pasadena Society of Artists' 32nd annual exhibit. landscape, 2 to 5 p.m. Timw photo culmination of 40 years of library growth in the area. Guest speaker at the dedication will be Supervisor Herbert C. Legg. The program is sponsored by the Community Co - ordinating Council, of which Mrs. Glen- da Hawkins is president. Al ton Brundige, president of the Chamber of Commerce, will present a gift to the li brary which will accommo date 13,800 volumes, more than doubling the capacity of the present branch. basis for our requests to the, in the various schools' are State for additional school conducting a simultaneous construction." Uses Reported "The census also will be useful in determining class room loads for future years and will facilitate the assign ment of children to their proper schools," he said. Fuelling's" : lieutenants in the census are PTA presi dents, Mmes. Evelyn Gastin eau, Cameron School; Vivian count by zones of pupils al ready in the schools. f'With the conclusion of both counts," Fuelling explained, "we will be able to determine the number and grade of children in any given zone, thereby facilitating their assignment to the schools. It also will assist the district in selecting sites for new schools and laying out school Heath, Sunset School; Bettyjbus routes," Fuelling said. U? fir. WARM WEATHER WASHABL MISSES' AND WOMEN'S SIZES ' r tKi CiS . J for care-free living . . . wrinkle-resistant, wash so easily. Drip-dried they need jUEjM' ifhtrr cn littla Irnnlnrr thou'ra roarlu in uaar with nn hnthar at all Drawee fnr 9 IW llhbiV IIVIIHIg UIVsJ III I VUUJ IW llUI IIW MWIIIVI VI Will fIVWWWW I Wl M of shopping of , p"v,v I I summer evening dinner or an afternoon I TOl I w ... skirts in bright, vivid stay-fresh colors. All yfrvl Iv u-P them priced to put more than .. 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