The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 4, 1971 · Page 12
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 12

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^2A Ogden Standard-Examiner, Monday, October 4, 1971 : HOLDING THE silver chalice named the outstanding piece in the Utah Designer- ICraftsmen show opening Wednesday in the Bertha Ecclss Art Center is Mrs Har'% G. Tavlor, Ogden artist, art teacher, and member of the craftsmen group. .the ceraimc objects, are part of the many items which will be on display at the • •/show. Show Featuring Pottery, Weaving ens Wednesday at Art Center Contemporary ideas and work-[lry, metal work, woodwork and manship will be featured in the sculpture is being assembled by Utah Designer-Craftsman ex- jurors Larry Eisner, Dave Ol- hibit which opens Wednesday in sen m ^ Barbara Fickenger. g-offiSftaST** ArtisU.aftsmen who will be north to St. George Police Take Complaints, Pleasant View Reminds the south, with a strong representation from Salt Lake City A cash award has been given to Dean Massey, Salt Lake City, for his silver chalice, which also was named the outstanding individual piece in the show. i He was also winner in the jewelry division. :• Other winners of meri awards were Gaylen Beaser ! Dorothy Bearnson, Jane Hart Sford, Ken Little, and James I Stewart, all of Salt Lake City Ogden part ; cipants include - Jacquelyn Rust, with a-rya wall . I hanging: Homer Rich, two por PLEASANT VIEW — Council-.hours per week to handle suchlcelain pieces and a large bottle "here who receive com- comolaints and work on a rash I and Ruby Hollocraft, a macro- piamts from property owners of vandalism. jmaze window curton. abbot off-highwav vehicle opera- The authorization was ap-j Tne e xhibi.will continue tors- should refer them to the proved until Sept. 1 when it was j through October, city's police officer. 'felt such problems would dim-! A reception for the artists will Rex Ashdown councilman injinish when school resumed. joe new weanesaay at /.ju p.m. charge of public safety, pointed! councilman Ashdown said al- ^.leshments wUl be 'served out mat not much <^ be done: ttough individual councilmen £ e * wvh^S" al the art cen- about such complaints - «^| have reported complaints at ^allery nours ar uie an cen Officer Farrell Tew 1S notified.| ^^^ ^tings, few if any hadPf are from 9 a.m. to^gm. 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