The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 4, 1996 · Page 27
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THE SALINA JOURNAL encore! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1996 P3 Festivals Assaria to celebrate 11 Oth birthday ASSARIA — The Assaria Pride Committee has planned a day of activities to celebrate the town's 110th birthday. The day will begin with a parade at 10:30 a.m. and end with a dance from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Other events include a volleyball tournament at 1 p.m.; stage entertainment at 4 p.m.; a barbecue from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.; a butterfly quilt drawing at 7 p.m. Tickets to the barbecue are $1 inuadvance at First State Bank. Tickets for the quilt drawing also are $1. African-Americans focus of Chisholm Day ABLIENE — The heritage of Dickinson County African-Americans will be the focus of this year's 18th annual Chisholm Trail Day Festival. The festival will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Heritage Center, 412 S. Campbell in Abilene. Those who attend can watch bread baking in a wood stove, visit the blacksmith and watch the sawmill. Barrie Tompkins will present a program on the "Black Cowboy" and the "Buffalo Soldier." Angela Bates also will present "Black Women in the West." Admission is $2 for adults and children under 12 are free. Octoberfest set at Salina winery The Smoky Hill Vineyard and Winery, 212 W. Golf Link Road, will have an Octoberfest celebration Oct. 11-13. The weekend will include tours, wine tasting and a kite-flying contest on Saturday. Van's German Band will perform from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday. Hours will be from noon to 7 p.m. Friday, 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and noon to G p.m. Sunday. Bratwurst and kraut, hot dogs, pop and ice tea will be available. A German buffet will be served Friday and Saturday evenings with music by Galen Schmitberg- er. Reservations for the dinners must be made by noon Thursday by calling 825-2515. Cornhusking contest planned at Oakley OAKLEY — The 25th annual Kansas State Cornhusking Contest is planned Oct. 12 in a field Tarmed by Terry and Betty Hockersmith a mile south of the U.S. 40 and U.S. 83 junction near Oakley. Competition, which includes divisions for teams, novice and state championships for men and women, will start at 9 a.m. Other activities will include an arts and crafts show, displays of corn grinders and other antique equipment, wagon rides to watch the huskers, corn pile money hunt for youngsters and horseshoe pitching and corn ear throwing contests. New this year will be tractor pulls for youngsters and adults. T MUSIC REVIEWS Vega offers i grown-up new album : By ERIC FIDLER ; The Associated Press "Nine Objects of Desire" (A&M) — Suzanne Vega Vega's excellent new album, is an engaging, grown-up exploration of desire's many facets. On ,the lovely, haunting "Caramel," Vega considers temptation. "It ; would never do, to dream of caramel, to think of cinnamon, and long for you," she sings to a bossa nova rhythm. On "Stockings," Vega explores the erotic undercurrent of a relationship with a woman: "There may be attrac- A tion here, but it will never flower, sd I'm assigned to read her mind now, in this witching hour." Musically, Vega takes a welcome step back from the techno, near-industrial sound of 1992's "99.9F," occasionally using drum loops and other effects, -but mostly opting for a ' warmer sound. BRIEFLY Lindsborg Chamber of Commerce at 227-3706. Music Immani Deo Is a new Salina group that peforms a variety of sacred music. Art a la Carte features gospel Immani Deo, a gospel singing group, 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 Pe. In bad weather, the performance will be in the lobby of Memorial Hall. The group was founded hi February and strives to present a variety of sacred music, including anthems, contemporary gospel and traditional hymns. Art a la Carte is presented by the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. Registration opens at 8 a.m. A 7 p.m. awards banquet at the 4-H Building will end the day. Pre-contest activities are set for Oct. 11. There will be a corn cook- off contest open to the public at the VFW Hall between 11:30 a.m. and noon. More information is available from the Logan County Extension Office, 672-3245. Arts Theater 'Buffalo Soldiers' to be presented at theater "Buffalo Soldiers," a one-act play by the Junction City/ Fort Riley Buffalo Soldier Memorial Committee, will be presented at 8 p.m. Oct. 11 at the Salina Community Theater. The play, written by Marymount College graduate Kevin Willmott, tells the story of the buffalo soldiers and their fight for justice and honor. Tickets are $1 at the door. The performance is a benefit for a memorial to the buffalo soldiers. Local talent will provide pre- show entertainment. For more information, call the theater business office at 827-6126. Salinan to present one-woman show Salinan Kate Taylor Griffin will present her new one-woman show, "Amelia," at 8 p.m. Oct. 12 at the Salina Community Theater, 303 E. Iron. The 90-minute show is about Amelia Earhart and how her childhood shaped her life and her around-the-world trip. Tickets are $5 at the door. For more information, call the theater's business office at 8276126. German activities set at Lincoln Art Center LINCOLN — The Lincoln Art Center is planning a series of events in conjunction with its Wunderschoen Oktoberfest exhibit. William Keel, associate professor of German at the University of Kansas, will speak on German heritage of Kansas at 10 a.m. Saturday for the exhibit's opening. On Tuesday, Jan McCune of Mankato will speak at a noon Brown Bag Luncheon. She will discuss and demonstrate the old German art form of Scheren- schnitte (paper snipping). Some of her wall hangings and Christmas ornaments will be available for sale in the gift gallery. At 7 p.m. Thursday, Julie Thompson and Sharon Linenberger, Ellsworth, will perform a dulcimer concert. German desserts and coffee will be served after the performance. For more information, call the center at 524-3241. Autumn event to celebrate the arts LINDSBORG — Autumn and the Arts is a special promotion of local artists, by the Lindsborg business community. Artists will display their works from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 12 on sidewalks and grassy areas, as well as at participating galleries. Children's activities will be offered at the Old Mill Museum, . with children designing post cards from 10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 2 p.m. For more information, call the Winners of Stein contest announced Joanne Chen, a 16-year-old pianist from Overland Park, was the overall winner of the Eric Stein Young Artist Competition. The annual competition was Saturday at Kansas Wesleyan University. Chen was named the winner from among 24 entries, nine youngsters performing on strings and 15 playing the piano. The competition was open to all music students in Kansas including the Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo., areas. In each division, first-place winners received $300, second place $200 and third place $100. Chen won first in the piano division and second in the string competition. As the overall winner, Chen will perform with the Salina Symphony at 3 p.m. Dec. 8 at Kansas Wesleyan's Sams Chapel. Winners in the string division were: Kristina Yoder, 17, Kansas City, Kan.; Chen, second; Davina Hong, 15, Overland Park, third. Winners in the piano division were: Chen, first; Joy Lin, 15, Overland Park, second; and Jonathan Yu, 15, Overland Park, third. Singers to audition for 'Messiah' in Colby COLBY — Singers are being au-. ditioned for a December performance of "The Messiah" at Colby High School. Rehearsals will begin at 3 p.m. Nov. 3 with the performance set for 3 p.m. Dec. 15. Those wishing to schedule an audition should call Philip Shuman, director of choral activities ate Colby Community College, at 462-3984, ext. 240. A freewill offering will be taken during the performance to expand seating at the high school auditorium. Seniors can enjoy their own prom A "senior" prom for senior citizens will be from 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday at the Central Mall. The prom will feature refreshments and door prizes. The Wheatland Lectric Band will play songs from the '40s, '50s and '60s. A photographer will be available for $2 pictures. Admission is $5. Reservations must be made by today at 823-3128. From Staff Reports Salina Store Only 'Prices good through October 10th,1996. LLYWOOD STYLE! MlllIM movies DCVCR movcD LIKC THIS. 61986 METROGOLDWN-MAYER INC. Toll Free 888-8I6-SHOW Bicentennial Salina, KB In Salina, 816-Show Center FRI. OCT. 25 THRU SUN. OCT. 27 FRI OCT. 25 SAT OCT. 16 SUN OCT. 17 7:30PM 1:OOPM* 7:30PM 1:OOPM* All Seats Reserved $14.50 & $11.50 United vto sitting ovoltable (no discounts) -Kids (12 & under) ond sonlors S100 discount for groups ol 25» con 8BB-826-«how. Tickets ------- "—mnnlal center. House of Slant ond Sound. Der« Eectronlc's Cement SwanllB Tom's Music House EgUfUcc t KHOtt Hoc OB Records; HuicMniom Hayes Sight & Sound; Mmffi5imc Monhomn Town Centec "Beautiful Lies" (Sugar Hill) — Sweethearts of the Rodeo This sister duo has really come into its own as an acoustic act on the independent Sugar Hill label. ."Beautiful Lies" is one part bluegrass, one part folk and one part country, with sisters Janis Gill and Kristine Arnold combining on some fine .harmonies. Vince Gill, Janis' husband, contributes one song and their daughter lends vocals to "The Inn at Innisfree," one pf the album's better songs. A rollicking version of Bob Dylan's •;t'pne More Night" is among the 'other standout cuts. 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LD Reading 5541 Ribble, Nancy - LD Reading/Skills....5542 Ribble, Nancy - LD English 8 5543 Ribble, Nancy - LD English 7 5546 Ruder, Chris - Math 7 5220 Ruder, Chris-Pre Algebra 5140 Sackrider, Barbara - RE 5550 Shivers, Karen - LD History 5580 Shiyers, Karen - LD Reading .......5581 Shivers, Karen - LD Reading/Skills...5582 Shivers, Karen - LD Math 8 5584 Shivers, Karen - LD Math 7 (5fa hour).5583 Wilkins, Sudana - Spanish 7th 5431 Wilkins, Sudana - Spanish 8th 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. JJRABLE ( ENIM Denim with experience Jin •Salina Journal N5E Newspaper In Education

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