The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 15, 1981 · Page 63
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20 The Saltoa Journal Sunflower Sunday, November 15,1981 'Carousel' Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "Carousel" will be given at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 17; Friday, Nov. 20, and Saturday, Nov. 21, at South High School's Little Theatre. The musical tells the tragic love story of Julie Jordan, a young mill worker, and Billy Bigelow, a carnival barker. Among the better-known songs are "If I Loved You," "You'll Never Walk Alone" and "June Is Bustin' Out All Over." Travel and Adventure "Swedish Scrapbook" is the featured presentation at the Sunflower Lions Club Travel and Adventure Series at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, at the Central High School Auditorium. The film will be narrated by Franklyn Carney and explores many areas of Sweden, including Lapland, skiing areas, Uppsala, Stockholm and Gotland. Single admission tickets are $2.50 at the door. Jazz Concert Colby Community College band students, including five chosen to play with the All-Community College Band in Wichita, •will give a jazz concert at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, at the Northwest Kansas Cultural Arts Center, Colby. Arts and Crafts Festival The 10th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival will be from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Ellsworth City Auditorium. The festival offers over 90 oooths of original art work and crafts. 'The Uninvited' "The Uninvited," a mystery thriller, will be presented by the Kansas Wesleyan Theatre Department at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, through Saturday, Nov. 21. There also will be a matinee performance at 2 p.m. Saturday. The play tells of a brother and sister who buy an old house at a very low price. Christmas Contest No. 1 SUNFLOWER will give you the opportunity to tell the world what special Christmas gift you'd like to give to your favorite superstar, poli- ticjpn or sports hero. In our Christmas Contest No. 1, for adults, we're asking you to figure out what gift would be appropriate for your favorite Very Important Person or group and to tell why. For example, you might want to give George Steinbrenner a punching bag to practice on. Or, how about a special christening gift for the first-born of Prince Charles and Princess Di? Your gifts can be humorous, serious or even cynical. It's your job to select the appropriate gift and explain why it is appropriate. There's no limit on the num- ber of words or the style of writing you use to explain your gift. Include your name, address and zip code on the entry. Entries need not be typewritten, but must be legible. Prizes of $25 for first place, $15 for second, $10 for third and $5 for honorable mention will be awarded. The contest is open to anyone aged 15 or over. If you're 14 or under, see Christmas Contest No. 2. The winning entries will be featured in the Dec. 20 issue of SUNFLOWER Only one entry per person is allowed. Entries must be postmarked by Dec. 3 and mailed to SUNFLOWER Christmas Contest No. 1, P.O. Box 779, Salina, Ks., 67401, or brought to The Journal office, 333 S. 4th, by that date. Christmas Contest No. 2 SUNFLOWER Christmas Contest No. 2 is just for children and teenagers 14 years old and younger. We think Santa's suit is beginning to look a little out of date, and we think he needs some help designing a new one. It's your job to design a suit for Santa that will match these modern times. Entries should be drawn and colored on a white or very light-colored piece of paper. While you may use red for the suit, you need not limit yourself to red or any one color. You're welcome to include other characters — elves, Mrs. Santa Claus, reindeer, etc., — or Santa's sleigh, toy shop, etc., in the drawing, but judging will be based solely on the originality and the artistic qualities of the Santa suit design. You may also describe the changes you made in the suit and why you made them. Prizes of $25 for first place, $15 for second, $10 for third and $5 for honorable mention will be awarded. Here are the rules: 1. Entries must be drawn and colored by the child who is entering. 2. Each entry must include the child's name, address, city, zip code and age. 3. Entries may include a written description of the design and the reasons for them, although the description is not required. If the entrant is a younger child, a parent or older brother or sister may write the description. 4. Crayons, markers or watercolor may be used to color the drawing. 5. Entries must be mailed to SUNFLOWER Christinas Contest No. 2, P.O. Box 779, Salina, Ks., 67401, by Dec. 3, or brought to The Journal office, 333 S. 4th, by that date. Art Exhibits Contemporary Czechoslovakian Printmakers, an exhibition of 45 prints by eight artists, opens Sunday, Nov. 15, at the Salina Art Center on the Kansas Wesleyan Campus. Opening events include a 3 p.m. lecture by Joseph Hajda, a political science professor at Kansas State University, on Czech political history and a reception at 4 p.m. at the center featuring Kepka Belton, Ellsworth, who will demonstrate Czechoslovakia!) egg painting. The exhibit, at the center until Dec. 13, has been organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibit Service with prints loaned by the Jacques Baruch Gallery in Chicago. The exhibit is sponsored locally by the Evans Grain Company. The center is open from 1-4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Oil paintings and landscapes are on display this month at the First Bank and Trust Co., Salina. The ceramic works of Bob and Inga Bow, Abilene, are on display, this month at the Dane G. Hansen Museum, Logan, along with tole paintings by Arvetta Karst, Plainville. - Kansas scenes painted in oil- tempera by Charles B. Rogers are featured at the Rogers House Museum Gallery, Ellsworth. r V A STORM WERE ABOUT TO HIT, WOULD YOU KNOW ABOUT IT? With a Bearcat ALERT' Warning Radio, you would. The Bearcat ALERT is activated by the National Weather Service whenever there's a weather emergency. So you're prepared for tornadoes and hurricanes. Volcanic eruptions. Blizzards. Forest fires. Smog alerts. Or chemical tank car derailments. Whether you're several rooms away, or even asleep, the Bearcat ALERT keeps you and your family on the alert. Plus, it gives 24-hour weather reports at the flip of a switch. Stop in for a demonstration today. And find out why people whose lives depend on the weather, depend on the Bearcat ALERT Warning Radio. RoftH^-i- ALERT Warning Radio... $ 49 95 . 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