The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 27, 1996 · Page 27
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THE SALINA JOURNAL encore! Senior Citizens Dance is planned today A Senior Citizens Dance is planned from 7 to 10 p.m. today at the Bicentennial Center. The fall dance is open to everyone who is 55 years or age or above. The music will be provided by The Tommy Mac Orchestra in Heritage Hall North. The event is free. For information, call the Salina Parks and Recreation Department at 8267434. Charity Horse Show to be in Ag Hall The Salina Charity Horse Show will be Oct. 4, 5 and 6 at Agricultural Hall in Kenwood Park. Events are at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Oct. 4, 9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Oct. 5 and 9:30 a.m. Oct. 6. A special performance by the Fort Riley Mounted Color Guard will be the evening of Oct. 5. Admission for all three days is $2.50 for adults and $1 for children ages 12 and under and senior citizens. For information, call Pam Smith or Lois Pixler at The St. Francis Academy, 825-0541. Cast announced for 'Boys Next Door' The cast has been announced for the Salina Community Theatre's play "The Boys Next Door." The play focuses on the lives of four retarded men who live in a communal residence under the watchful eye of a sincere but increasingly despairing social work. The cast will include Bill Weaver, Randy Waite, Terry Anderson and Erik Gaetz as the four men and Brad Meier as the social worker. Also appearing are David Greiser, Shawn Stroble, Mitzi McAdams and George Hotz. Anyone interested in helping on the production crew is encourage to call the theater business office at 827-6126. No experience is necessary. Help is needed in all area of production: set construction, costumes, props, lighting and sound. The play will be performed Nov. 1-10. Cherokee artwork exhibited at theater Artists from the Eastern and Western bands of the Cherokee Nation will be featured in an exhibit at the Salina Community Theatre in conjunction with performances of the SCT Children's Theatre play, "Young Cherokee." The exhibit will be on display from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and before and after the play performances at the theater gallery, 303 E. Iron. The exhibit, which is free, ends Oct. 4. The works are in a variety of media and include Cherokee crafts such as dream catchers, buckskin dolls, beadwork and leather painting. The exhibit is coordinated by the American Indian Art Center in Abilene. Auditions planned for The Nutcracker' Auditions for "The Nutcracker" are planned at 7 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Salina Community Theatre, 303 E. Iron. The play, an adaptation of Hoffman's classic Christmas fantasy, has roles for children and adults. Deb Wall, SCT eduction director, will direct the production. Auditions for "Oliver!" will be Oct. 12-14. There are roles for children and adults. Those interested in auditioning should have a one-minutre song and one- minute monologue prepared. For information, call 827-6126. Historical society seeks quilts for annual show CLAY CENTER — Plans are under way for the sixth annual Quilt Show of the Clay County Historical Society in Clay Center on Oct. 19 and 20. The society is looking for quilts FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1996 D3 New tires should make that Hot Rod purrrrrrr! Bengtson TIKES 730 N Saula re 823 3771 TV* Arts and Entertainment News eg Salina Journal BRIEFLY The members of the Gallery Trio are Linda Newfield (left), Linda Lungstrom and Ruth Ann Leaf. Trio to play for Art a la Carte The Gallery Trio from Lindsborg, a chamber music trio, will be the featured performers for today's Art a la Carte show. The performance is at 12:20 p.m. today in Campbell Plaza, which is in the 100 block of South Santa Fe. • In bad weather, the performance will be in the lobby of Memorial Hall. The trio was founded in 1987 and has been meeting once a week to play chamber music. Ruth Ann Leaf is the violinist, Lunda Lungstrom the cellist and Linda Newfield the pianist. The trio has given concerts in many Kansas towns. Art a la Carte is presented by the Salina Arts and Humanities. to include in the show. Quilt makers should bring their quilts to the museum by Oct. 16. Any quilted item will be considered for the show. Call the museum for more information, 913-632-3786 Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5p.m. Kansas products to be showcased at festival INMAN — More than 130 groups from across the state will promote Kansas products and activities Oct. 5 and 6 at the Kansas Sampler Festival. There will be booths, stage acts, slide shows, videos, demonstrations and food booths. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 5 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 6 at the Penner Farm, southeast of Inman in McPherson County. Daily admission is $4 for adults and $2 for children ages 7 through 11. Children ages 6 and under are admitted free. For information, call (316) 5852374. Festival celebrates Scottish heritage McPHERSON — McPherson will celebrate its Scottish heritage next weekend with the Scottish Festival and Highland Games. The festival will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday in Lakeside Park, a mile from Interstate 135 on U.S. 56. Featured performers include Bonnie Rideout, three-time U.S. National Scottish fiddle champion; Chistina Harrison, a singer- songwriter from Glasgow, Scotland; and Carl Peterson, a Scottish balladeer. Other activities include Scottish athletics, bagpipe music, young Highland dancers and Scottish goods and food. A Saturday evening ceilidh (Scottish party) will feature the festival music entertainers. Admission to the festival is $5, and the ceilidh costs $10. Harvest festival to revisit the old days McPHERSON — The 10th annual Old Fashioned Harvest Festival will be 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the McPherson Museum. Festival-goers can take wagon rides, see lumberjack demonstrations and learn about automation. Other activities will include making apple butter, baking bread, dipping candles, making lye soap, churning butter, hooking and braiding rugs, blacksmithing, stilt walking, blowing bubbles, shelling corn and mak- ing.ropes. Buggy and train rides will be available, and sausage will be provided for sampling. For information, call (316) 2452574. 60th birthday of barn to be celebrated COLBY — Music, threshing and a barbecue will be on tap Saturday at the 60th birthday party and dedication of the Cooper Barn. The barn is at the Prairie Mu- MAURE WEIGEI Auto - Home Insurance Phone 827-2906 115 East Iron Now - LOTIONS 25% OFF The Beach House 1217 S. Santa I-1--827-0544 GP NTING PRI RINTING PR ING PRI TING PRlVKpTPR G PRINT rozen yogurt! Premium Soft Serve • FAT FREE • 16 calories per oz. • Natural Flavorl 214 W. Kirwin • SALINA • 823-8066 seum of Art and History. Music, historical demonstrations and historical exhibits open at 1 p.m. A threshing demonstration is planned from 2:30 to 3 p.m. Children and adults can participate from 3 to 4 p.m. in the Barnyard Olympics. The barn dedication is planned for 4 p.m. The history of the barn will be detailed, as will efforts to raise funds and move the facility to the museum. The ceremony will be followed by a barbecue. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 913-462-4590. Dinner train rides planned in Abilene ABILENE — The Abilene & Smoky Valley Railroad has scheduled three dinner train excer- sions for Oct. 5, Oct. 19 and Nov. 2, all departing from the Abilene depot at 6:30 p.m. Live entertainment will be provided. All meals will include salad, potato, vegetable, rolls, drink and dessert. The dinner scheduled for the trips will be: • Oct. 5 — a roast beef dinner from Genny's Country Cupboard in Abilene for $18 per person. • Oct. 19 — an elegant chicken dinner from the Brookville Hotel for $25 per person. • Nov. 2 — a Swiss steak buffet from Mr. K's Farmhouse in Abilene for $18 per person. The rides will accommodate 48 people. Reservations can be made by sending a check or money order to ASVR, P.O. Box 744, Abilene, 67410, or call 913-263-1077 to leave a name and phone number. V TELEVISION CBS lands solidly in second By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Ploys that included investing nearly $50 million in a single new series seem to be working for CBS, which is reveling in first-week ratings for the 1996-97 TV season that left it in a solid second place, behind NBC. It wasn't victory, but a far cry from last year's disastrous season debut. CBS placed "Cosby," "Pearl" and "Murphy Brown" in last week's Top 10. Although CBS failed to duplicate those numbers this past Monday night, its early success immediately swung the competitive spotlight onto Monday as a night when rescheduling may follow weak new-series debuts by rivals NBC and Fox. NBC continued its relentless domination of Thursday night from last season, with the premiere of "Seinfeld" as the week's most watched show, followed by the debut of Brooke Shields in "Suddenly Susan" in second. "Friends" was No. 3. ABC's "Home Improvement" and CBS' "Cosby" rounded out the top five. The ratings also caused the season's first two cancellations. New Fox Entertainment president Peter Roth announced a hiatus for "Party Girl" (which ranked 88th) after next Monday's broadcast. Its companion sitcom, "Lush Life," which tied for 93d, will be canceled outright after next week. Both debuted Sept. 9. Compare your old circuit to the new sequel. 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South & Clark, Salina Mid America Arts and Crafts Association ARTS and - CRAFTS SHOW 19th Annual Friday September 27 Saturday September 28 10am-9 pm Sunday September 29 Noon-6 pm MID-STATE mall 2450 S. 9th St. Salina, KS I H South Middle School Anderson, Bill - English 7310 Bainter, Lyman - Pre Algebra 7330 Bainter, Lyman -Algebra 7326 Barhydt, Joan - LD 7323 Beams, Juanita - Reading 7312 Bell, Jeff- Social Studies 7315 Bell, Jeff- English 7311 Berglund, Kay-Math 7316 Brown, David - Science 7319 Clark, Virginia-Science 7322 Domann, Wendy-English 7325 Ferguson,Terry -PreAlgebra 7328 Ferguson, Terry-Algebra 7344 Gansel, Sheryl - English 7304 Hilyard, Jack - History 7321 Hoelting, Daryl - Math 7313 Hoelling, Daryl - Science 7355 Horst, Deena - Art 7334 Knutson, Cyndy - Science 7302 Moser, Lonnie - Social Studies 7306 Plait, Jeff -History 7354 Raicliff, Joyce - English 7309 Riithlef. John - History 7336 Reinking, Merilyn - Explo/FACS....7353 Riddle, Theresa - Science 7320 Schmidt, Mary - Math 7301 Seim, Lesa- Math 7305 Sliriver, Jeff- Social Studies 7317 Sturges, Jennifer - Science 7314 Timmel, Bette - Spanish 7335 Walle, Barbara - Explo/FACS 7343 Wilkins, Sudana - Spanish 7356 Winslow, Susan - English 7352 Roosevelt Lincoln Clark, Joseph - Science ...;.5240 Crank, Chris-History 5060 Deforest, Karma - English 5080 Duncan, Brian - Exploratory 5441 Elders, Kate - Pre Algebra 5090 Eilders, Kate-Math 5091 Eilders, Kate-Algebra 5092 Fitzpanick, Ray - Enriched English...5100 Filzpatrick, Ray - English 5101 Frable, Lenore - LD English 8th 5586 Frabte, Lenore - LD English 7th 5191 Frable, Lenore - Study Skills 8th 5194 Frable, Lenore - Study Skills 7th 5195 Geiger, Sue - English 8th 5120 Geiger, Sue - English 7th 5130 Gruen, Danelte - Spanish 8th 5141 Hutchinson, Cassandra - Reading 5160 Johnston, Lisa - Vocal Music 5170 Johnston, Lisa - Stang Gang 5171 Johnston, Lisa - Orchestra 5050 Jones, Daniel - Social Studies 5180 Lambert, Vaughn - Science 5200 Larson, Cindy-BD 5420 Laubahn, Glenn -Math 8 5210 Laubahn, Glenn -Pre Algebra 5213 Laubahn, Glenn -Algebra 5212 Lenkiewicz, Len - History 5221 McDaniel, Brenda- Social Studies....5250 McMillen, Gayle - Band 7 5260 McMillen, Gayle - Band 8 5261 Morrison, Beth - Social Studies 7th... 5472 Morrison, Beth - Social Studies 8th...5473 Murphy, Dawn - English 5020 Murphy, Steve - Science 8th 5280 Murphy, Steve- Science 7th 5190 Noonan, Becky -Math 8 5290 Noonan, Becky - Pre-Algebra 5291 Noonan, Becky -Algebra 5292 Nowak, Brian - Exploratory 5441 Pemey, Kathryne - Science 5300 Pridey, Joanne - Science 5510 Ramsey, Mark - Pre Algebra 5520 Ramsey, Mark - Math 7 5521 Ramsey, Mark - Math 7th and 8th 5522 Reddig, Julie - Enriched English 5530 Reddig, Julie-English 5531 Ribble, Nancy - LD Social Studies....5540 Ribble, Nancy - LD Reading 5541 Ribble, Nancy - LD Reading/Skills....5542 Ribble, Nancy - LD English 8 5543 Ribble, Nancy - LD English 7 5546 Ruder, Chris - Malh 7 5220 Ruder, Chris - Pre Algebra 5140 Sackrider, Barbara - P.H 5550 Shivers, Karen - LD History 5580 Shivers, Karen - LD Reading 5581 Shivers, Karen - LD Reading/Skills...5582 Shivers, Karen - LD Malh 8 5584 Shivers, Karen - LD Malh 7 (5th hour).5583 Wilkins, Sudana - Spanish 7lh 5431 Wilkins, Sudana - Spanish 8ih 5432 Wilson, Milch - Industrial Tech 5441 To hear your child's teacher you must use a touch-tone phone. Dial 825-6000. Press the 4-digit category number by the teacher's name. Call Deb Nelson at 823-6363 if you have questions. URABLE ENIM

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