The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 19, 1996 · Page 22
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P2 FRIDAY. JANUARY 19. 1996 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL ',', s_x,!riMf i£,tx$it!h .4j->fciisiSA' S rrn-,. ?,*<.,. • htife^4v7- / ''-'^l | • MWUWfM Jj C*M*LJM^H|19 J *-*.»* * *y« *'VlV?T* *?*** ™ y-l^ 4 -,*" .tyMf'kttf S^^^k \^f* jt?^ &JI S*lt> •*' f^ 1 \ Mi , anie GdletHaW*, KU^T 4*»V*il&*, j 'i 2 L»".u»4 < iMti»' '« :% < VA.I«. *• . ...... , . r ,. , , . , Herbert Donald .....-..:. Jf >&£&&%. .6 • ' And Do I Have One, Ellen NEW BOOKS ATTHE SAU Rfiftrti, Blun^f,i ! Art I . < . .A'. . . . '.,•**•. . ^i>v/ Mip^B^Men.^; ^li^Ey'efor an Eye ..U v v. ffa-lQruwterOklMen ,.;U^ WEEKEND $11.5 Salina middle school students exhibit art A new exhibition of art by Salina middle school students will open at the Community Access TV gallery today and be available for viewing through Feb. 27. The exhibit is a project of the Roosevelt-Lincoln Middle School- Salina Art Center Discoverers' Interns, a group of seventh-and eighth-graders who meet weekly after school at the art center to learn about art and create art in a variety of media. A reception for students, parents and the public will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today. Students from three Salina middle schools entered the exhibit, and works in the show were selected by the interns after they participated in a series of lessons at the art center about what to look for in art. The exhibit will be available for viewing during Access office hours — 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by special arrangement by call Access at 823-2500. Students whose works are included in the exhibit are: - Roosevelt-Lincoln: Anna Vogan, Sarah Gibson, Clay Tyson, Elizabeth Hanks/Daily, Alison Mize, James Werth, Christina Howell, Greg Charland, Donna Bounsembath, Michael Harle, Brett Newell, Heather Jones, Desiree Millison, Gary Flenthrope, Lori Ahlers, Chet Egari. • South Middle: Leigh Ann Sherman, Jessica Pozalek; Shawn Bretton, Jordan Pitts, Eric. Haines, Autumn Hayes, Emily to Exhale >'.v.. .;•'.', t: 4 ,•&&' A*" V •? J 10«|« 4»F«»»r«f the Bride Part •',:.:,; ^t, w 4^2^|MKaai • &&B: a«M(ir.ft«a»ooi( coywsatewx* ofi/»n.<»frf4 •,' r,H/- s/'.^S^pQ**' '' ' / '<• - ' • „ ' v >* <* '* v .v\*v>^jW|f f * tt-jfe TO* ^RiNTAL FILMS 1 3 Die Hard With a Vengeance 2 7 Clueless 3 2 Crimson Tide .... 4 1 Apollo 13 5 8 Mortal Kombat: The Movie 6 - First Knight . 7 4 Judge Dradd ..... . 8 5 Congo ........... ; ........ 9 6 Species 10 - Showgirls • Source: Billboard magazine/Week ofjan. t4-20. 3 . 2 7 6 2 1 3 '.6 . 4 1 VIDEOS AT THE SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY Lucas Tales front Avontea ' The Homecoming Love Potion Number 9 How to Survive Your Wedding jfi TORPOR SINGLES , 'ffi 1 One Sweet Day, Marlah Carey and Boyz II Men .8 2 Exhale (Snoop Shoop), Whitney Houston 9 Missing, Everything,But the QM , 3 Hey Lover, L.L. Cool J v ,., 9 Name, Goo Qoo Dolls . A 11 One of Us, Joan Osborne , ', ;2 Breakfast at Tiffany's, Deep Blue Something -.6 You'll See, Madonna ,.. 2 Before You Walk Out of My Lrte, Monica 1 Be My Lover, La Bouche ; 1. 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 A ^ 10 - mis wsr WEEK WEB< 4 3 6 8 5 10 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 10 7 6 9 TOP POP ALBUMS Waiting to Exhale,, Soundtrack •.: I..,..:. 8 Daydream, Marian Carey •;';."'.....'. 15 Jagged Uttle Pill, Alanis Mcrfesette '. 27 Cracked Rear View, Hootie and the Blowtish 49 Sixteen Stone, Bush '. 3 The Woman m Me, Shania Twain 2 The Greatest Hits Collection, Alan Jackson 12 Mellon Collie & the Infinite Sadness, Smashing Pumpkins 12 (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, Oasis ...'.......... 1 R. Kelly, R. Kelly Source: BnOxard magazine/Week of Jan. 14-20. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7 5 1 8 6 2 18 3 10 14 1.1 19 12 17 13 11 14 20 15 10 16 15 17 4 18 16 19 12 20 — 99.9 FM KG TOP 20 You'll See, Madonna .............................. 9 Don't Cry, Seal .................................. 4 A Love So Beautiful, Michael Bolton ............. : . . . . 4 Swing Street, Bruce Homsby ......... . ..... ; ......... 5 Keep Me From The Cold, Curtis Stlgere. . .............. 6 Time, Hootie & the Blowflsh . ...... : . .' .......... i ..... 8 So Far Away, Rod Stewart ......... '; ............... 3 Missing, Everything But the Girt ....... ............... 2 Dreaming of You, Selena ......... , ; ................ 4 Faithfully, Peter Cetera ........................... , . 5 Reach forthe Light,'Steve Wlnwqod .......... . ....... 3 Good Intentions, Toad the Wet Sprocket .............. . 12 Insensitive, Jann Arden ....... '. .• ____ ............... 2* Wonder, Natalie Merchant ~. ....... I ..... ' ............ 2 Breakfast at Tiffany's, Deep Blue Something ., , . ..... , . 3 Natural Woman, Celine Dion ..... , . . . ....... f ....... 7 Free As A Bird, The Beatles . . . v . , .',, : ............... 7 One Sweet Day, Mariah Carey ...... , . . ............... 7 Exhale (Snoop Shoop), Whitney Houston .............. 9 Oh Virginia, Blesaid Union ...... "..'....',.. ........... 1 £ tt 1 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 9 4 3 2 6 8 10 7 5 10 13 11 9 12 15 13 16 14 20 16 12 16 14 17 18 19 11 20 - ICY 94'.TOP':2a '••/ It Matters to Me, Faith Hill ............. i ............ e I'm Outta Here!, Shania Twain .... ................... 4 Can't Be Really Gone, Tim McGraw .... .............. g Rebecca Lynn, Bryan White ........................ 7 When Boy Meets Olri,Terri Clark .; ................... 5 Cowboy Love, John Michael Montgomery .............. 5 Not Enough Hours In the Night, Doug Supemaw ....... .3 Life Gets Away, Clint Black . . . . < ... , _______ . ..... ... 10 The Car, Jeff Carson ...... ........ ........ ..... ....7 Bigger Than the Beatles, Joe Diffie .................. ,3 Love Lessons, Tracy Byrd .... ..... ... ..... ..,.,.....9 Ring on Her Finger, Time on Her Hands, Reba McEntire . . 4 Like There Ain't No Yesterday, Blaeknawk ..... .... . , . . 3 Not That Different, Collin Raye .;.,,........., _________ 3 Born in the Dark, Doug Stone .- ....... .'. ...... ....... 6 That's As Close As I'll Get to Loving You, Aaron Tippin . . 11 WJW Angela, Martina McBride ....... ........... ..... 1 What I Meant to Say, Wade Hayes .................... 1 Deep Down, Pam Tillis ............ .......... . ...... g I Know She Still Loves Me, George Strait ......... .....1 Gaines, Amanda Foley. • Sacred Heart Middle: Leah E. Helvey, Sara McAriarney., , Artists' work chosen as viewers' favorites Visitors to the-Salina Art Center's 17th Annual Jufpt-ed Art/Exhibition were invited to vote for their favorite works of art. Winners of the balloting were: • • Students' Ghoice>Award * (voters ages 18 and younger): Virginia Folkestad, Castle Rock, Colo., for her mixed media installation "Noiseless Foot of Time." • People's Choice Award (voters 19 and older): tie between Sandy Chism of Lawrence fo* the mixed media installation '«ing a- Storm of Blackbirds" and Beverly Nichols of Lenexa for the watercolor book "Photographer's Model." The exhibit closed Jan. 14. The art'center is closed for renovation. Artists chosen for 'Windows' work Two Lawrence artists have been chosen as the winner of the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission's statewide jurored Public Art Competition titled "Windows." • The collaborative work by ; artists Amy Gatschet-Carlson and Steven Richardson will be in^tailed in late February in the upper I} windows of Salina's his-' toric Fox Theatre building. Chosen from seven proposals, Gatschet-Carlson and Richard: splits design features the numeric ^countdown of fihnstrip leads — v the 6:5-4-3-2-;i countdown that occurs right before a film begins. The design links the building's architectural characteristics and its use as a movie theater to its relationship in the contemporary downtown environment. The artwork incorporates copper, fabric, color, geometric shapes and evening lighting. Both artists are employed by the Lawrence Art Center. The classes, offered through the Lincoln Art Center, will meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on the five Thursdays in February,, starting on Feb. 1. The fee for the five sessions is $15. Students must provide their own acoustic or electric guitar. The class is for beginners and experienced players. Corber has been playing the guitar for 22 years and has expe.- rience singing and playing with professional bands. To register, call the art center at 524-3241. Theater Music Abilene • EISENHOWER CENTER: "Quilts by Ida Stover Eisenhower and Hortense Beck," an exhibit of handiwork by Ike's mother and Beck, who was bom in Atwood and lives In Topeka. Through Labor Day. Dwight D. Eisenhower Library. Hours: 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. daily. Museum admission: $2 adults, $1.50 senior citizens over 61 and free for children 15 and under. No charge for home, library, visitor center and Place of Meditation. Goodland • CARNEGIE ARTS CENTER GALLERY: 'The Prive Collection of Darren John Baehler 1992-1996," featuring oil paintings and photographs by 14-year-old D.J. Baehler of Goodland, is on display through Feb. 11. 120 W. 12th. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Montain time Monday-Friday and 1-3 p.m. Sunday. Free. Hays • HAYS ARTS CENTER: "Awakening," an exhibition of two-dimensional works by Guan "Jimmy" Zhimin ends Feb. 9 and a bachelor's of fine art exhibit by Michelle Leivan ends Jan. 19.112 E. 11th. Free. Lincoln • LINCOLN ART CENTER: "Stitches in Time," an exhibit of quilts and needlework from local families, continues during January. Also, "What My Mother Did, I Did Too: Kansas Quilt Tradition," a traveling exhibit from the Kansas Museum of History about the family tradition of quiltmaking in Kansas. 126 E. Lincoln. Free. Lindsborg • BIRGER SANDZEN MEMORIAL GALLERY: "Cloud Peak and Beyond: Journeys Along the Bighorn Mountains," an exhibit of paintings by T. Allen Lawson of Sheridan, Wyo., ends March 3. Reception: 2-4 p.m. Sunday. 401 N. First. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. Admission: $2 for •adults, 50 cents for students in grades 1-12. Logan • DANE G. HANSEN- MUSEUM: "Birds, Beasts, Blossoms and Bugs in East Asian Art," which Includes 185 objects, all but 22 from the permanent collection at the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami, also, January artist of the month Lynn Ward and Carol Shirley of Norcatur will exhibit stained glass this month. Hours: 9 a.m.- noon and 1-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.- noon and 1-5 p.m. Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. 110 W. Main. Free. Russell • DEINES CULTURAL CENTER: Exhibit of watercolors by Anita Wong and acrylics by Hermine Fischer Greywall of Wichita. "Summer Remembered," an exhibit of watercolors by Carolyn Loutzenhiser of Hutchinson ends Feb. 28. 820 N. Main. Hours: 1-5 p.m. daily except Monday. Free. Salina • BLUESTEM GALLERY: The Fifth Annual Bluestem Invitational Exhibit, featuring work by artist members and guests, ends Feb. 25. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. 636 E. Iron. For appointments, call 826-9816. Free. • COMMUNITY ACCESS TV GALLERY: Exhibit by Salina middle school students begins today and ends Feb. 27. The exhibit is a project of the Roosevelt- Lincoln Middle School/Salina Art Center Discoverers' Interns. Reception: 6-8 p.m. today. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday. 410 W. Ash. For appointments, call 823-2500. Free. • FIRST BANK KANSAS: Kathy Gregory, Assaria, will display graphite drawings during January. During regular business hours. 235 S. Santa Fe. Free. • SALINA ART CENTER: Closed for renovation. See Community Access TV gallery. Wichita Brass Quintet to perform in Wichita WASHWGTON — A program featuring music from Bach to bluegrass for brass will be presented Sunday by the Wichita Brass Quintet. The quintet will perform at 4 p.m. at the Washington United Methodist Church. " Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students grade 12 and under. To reserve tickets, call 325-2206 or 325-2180. The Wichita Brass Quintet was formed in 1965 as a virtuoso chamber music ensemble and is composed of faculty members from Wichita State University. Guitar glasses offered by Lincoln Art Center LINCOLN — Guitar lessons will be offered by veteran guitarist Delmer Corber during February. WEIGH Auto - Home Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron Season ticket holders can reserve play seats Salina Community Theatre season ticket members can order reserved tickets for the musical "The Pirates of Penzance" until Jan. 27. The musical will be presented Feb. 1-11. Season ticket holders can reserve seats by mail or by stopping. at the theater office, 303 E. Iron. ; The box office will open Jan. 27.; Auditions planned for 'H.M.S. Pinafore' McPHERSON — Auditions for a spring production, "H.M.S. Pinafore," a comic operetta by Gilbert and Sullivan, are planned for 7 to 10 p.m. Jan. 29 and 30. The auditions, sponsored by the McPherson Opera House Preservation Co., will be at the McPherson Middle .School auditorium. Auditions are planned for the parts of sailors, captain, the admiral on the Pinafore and female relatives, Josephine and Buttercup. For information, call (316) 2411952. From Staff Reports We Service All Makes of Sewing Nachines and Vacuums Midwest Sewing & Vacuum 340 S. Broadway 825-0451 DON'T COOK flxoakville Ua*el <U SINCt IB7O »* . . . The Boxed Chicken Dinner $4*50 6 Available Tuesday - Friday 5pm-8pm Saturday 4pm-8pm Sunday 11 am-7pm Includes: 1/2 chicken, cream corn, mashed potatoes and gravy, coleslaw, baking powder biscuit, paper service To Place Your Order Call 1-800-864-4661 Order From 1 to 100! Carry Out Only SUNFLOWER BANK —-.IS. BennihgtonSbteBanfc I Salina Regional Health Center lAPS Celebrity Benefit Auction Saturday, Feb. 3,10:00 am - Kenwood Hall Doors open at 9:00 am Lunch Available All proceeds benefit Child Abuse Prevention Services We also thank: Tony's, Salina Concrete Products, Waddell & Reed, Bank of Tescott, and UMB. Example (Actual Size) I Show off your pride and joy! Include them in the special Valentine's Day "tJupid's Creations" in the Salina Journal Classified Section on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14th Deadline: Wednesday, February 7th at Noon Send or Bring Photo With Payment To: The Salina Journal * 4 A fv g^ Classified Department Otlly 1 4^ % 1111 P.O. Box 740, Salina, Kansas 67402 per p i lo to plus 10* per word Child's Name Parents, Grandparents or Message PLEASE NOTE: Ads must be pre-paid. For good reproduction, photos must be clear. Limit of 3 children per photo please. Individual photos CANNOT be combined. If photo is to be returned by mail, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope. Photos may be picked up in the Classified Department after 2-16-96.

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