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DISCUSSING PLANS-Miss Lorraine Eckardt, Athe-
naeum chairman, and Vincent Sheean, dedication
speaker, talk over night's activities upon entering
CROWDED IN-Portion of large crowd that watched
the dedication of Phase One listens to introductions in
WELCOME-Vincent Sheean, featured speaker and Mrs. Kermit Dale, wife
of Valley's assistant dean of student activities, approach entrance to the
Valley officially came of age this year with
the dedication of her new buildings Dec. 3.
Arthur Gardner of the Los Angeles Board of
Education and Vincent Sheean, author and
correspondent, shared the honors with Valley
in the ceremonies following an open house in
the new 53.5 million facilities. Educators and
prominent members of the community mingled
with students, parents and faculty on the gala
Valley's new football stadium, included in
the Phase One building, was dedicated sev-
eral weeks before as part of the homecoming
week activities. The long-awaited stadium
brings Valley up to date on her first perman-
ent athletic field.
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VALLEY S NEW LOOK-John Arnold, Lane Hansen and Al Harris gather along Valley's front arch, the gateway to the growing world of knowledge behind
This fall Valley opened the doors of
six new permanent buildings for classes.
The new Library, Administration, Foreign
Language, Chemistry, Engineering and
Physics buildings opened new vistas in
educational opportunities with the advent
of new expanded facilities. With these
new opportunities came a new feeling of
permanence unknown to Valley in the
days of bungalow-bound classrooms. The
bungalows, which still bear the brunt of
Valley's growing enrollment, are as much
a part of Valley as the new gracefully
curving arch and the low streamlined
buildings. Valley is growing up, but it will
always remain the Valley College that our
predecessors knew and we know now,
STAY AWHILE-President William McNelisg Arthur F. Gardner of
the Los Angeles board of education, June A. Biermann, librarian,
and Robert N. Cole, dean of special services, meet in the new
Library during dedication services.
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