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              BETTY LLOYD TRUELOVE HOLDS ONE OF HER PAINTINGS
Library to Open Exhibit
Of Betty Truelove's Work
The 1965-66 series of ex-
hibitions at the Olivia
Raney Library will open a
one-woman showing tomor-
Tpw at 3 p.m. in the library's auditorium.
Betty Lloyd (Mrs. J. L.)
Truelove has been studying
since she was nine years
old, and is currently a student of N. C. State's Joe
Cox.
She works in oils, acrylic,
•pen and ink and collage.
Other fege-time activities
include sewing, gardening,
bridge and sailing.
Mrs. Truelove has also
exhibited with Associated
Artists of North Carolina in
both Raleigh and Winston-
Salem.
A Raleigh native, she attended Fred Olds, Need-
ham Broughton, and Mere
dith College. In addition to
her husband, her family includes one son, age six. She
works as secretary to gen-
eral counsel at Norfolk-
Southern Railway,
The show is staffed and
sponsored by the Raleigh
Fine Arts Society. After tomorrow's opening, it will
be open to the public, without charge, during regular
library hours.
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The Raleigh Fine Arts Society [1965-1970]

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