The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on February 1, 1986 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, February 1, 1986
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Briefly The Salina Journal Saturday, February 1,1986 Page 22 Central to present 'Charlie Brown' Charles Schultz's comic character "Peanuts" will come alive next week when Central High School presents "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." The musical comedy will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the school auditorium. Tickets are $3 for adults and $2 for students and children, and will be available today and Sunday at the Mid-State Mall. Portraying the main characters will be sophomore Mitch Todd as Charlie Brown, junior Scott Thirkell as Snoopy, senior Greg Ramsey as Schroeder, senior Cheryl Toothman as Lucy and sophomore Teresa Lynch as Patty. The story revolves around a day in the life of Charlie Brown, performed in short scenes with music. Crew chiefs are Laura Belew, stage manager; Jody Petty, props; Kristie Johannes, publicity; Jennifer Cramer, sets; Michelle Schwegmann, makeup; Bryan Schmidt, sound; Rena Rybert, lights; Cerci Ramsey, costumes; and Julie Harper, house manager. Valentines, posters on exhibit LOGAN — Exhibitions featuring valentines and posters of past exhibits will go on display Sunday through Feb. 26 at the Dane G. Hansen Museum in Logan. The valentines are cards collected by Helen L. Poole Tonish, a former Kansan who now lives in Broomfield, Colo. Many are from the family, dating from 1859. Early valentines were manufactured principally in Worcester, Mass., by Esther Howland starting about 1850. The Tonish collection includes lace valentines, 3-D cards, World War I and Depression-era cards, up to the present day. Tonish grew up on a ranch east of Manhattan. She graduated from Kansas State University and received a master's degree from the University of Colorado. She recently retired as a science teacher. The poster collection consists of more than 125 catalog covers and posters from past exhibits, plus many performing arts posters from programs brought to the area by the Hansen Foundation. * * * Mrs. Pat Nichol, Alton, will display her dried flower creation through February as the Hansen Museum Artist of the Month. Chapman tohearKonza Quartet CHAPMAN — Chapman High School has received a mini-grant from the Kansas Arts Commission for partial funding of the fourth annual Memorial Concert scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the high school auditorium. The program will feature the Konza Quartet, a vocal group of faculty members from Kansas State University's music department. An art exhibition featuring the work of Pete Spratlin, Chapman High art instructor, is a co-feature. Spratlin works in various media including painting, ceramics, metal-smithing, drawing and graphics. He is past-president of the Kansas Art Educators Assoction and received the Outstanding Art Educators Award for Kansas in 1983. Vienna Choir Boys atHesston HESSTON — The Vienna Choir Boys will appear in concert at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18 in Yost Center at Hesston College. Tickets are available through the Hesston Public Library, 110 E. Smith, Hesston, Kan. 67062. Call (316) 3274666 to order by phone. Reserved orchestra seats are $10, rear orchestra seats $9 and general admission seats $8. Students under 18 are eligible for a 50 percent discount, and senior citizens a 25 percent discount. SALINA WORKS! MOVIE RENTAL 99' TAPES 7 Days A Weak 80% Of Our Stock GOLD STAR TAPES $ 1" 7 Days A Week 20% of Our Stock DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Corke plans piano redtal at Goodland GOODLAND — Marlene Corke will present a senior piano recital at 5 p.m. (MST) Sunday at the Goodland Carnegie Arts Center. A Goodland High School graduate now attending Bethany College in Lindsborg, she has studied piano with Eric Street and voice with Elmer Copley at Bethany. She also wUl present a piano recital Feb. 14 in Presser Hall at Bethany, and plans a voice recital in May. Call or mail your news tip to The Salina Journal; up to $45 in cash prizes awarded weekly. RECEIVER/MONITOR Cluasar, Remote Control Console Color TV with 139 Channel Tun ing/Programmable Scan NOW $ ONLY ^•i E Model 5153 3 NOW $ 348 26 FREE MOVIE RENTALS WITH ANY NEW VCR PURCHASE 5 Year Membership CENTRAL TV Mon.-Fri. 9-6 Sat. 9-5 Closed Sunday "Your Electronics Showroom" 1825 S. Ohio 1311 W. Crawford 823-7171 823-9555 Marquee Live in Salina Agnes of God, Salina Community Theatre, 8 p.m. National Motor Spectacular, Bicentennial Center, 8 p.m. Salina movies Enemy Mine — Louis Gossett Jr. stars as Drac — a reptilian scale- covered alien — and Dennis Quaid is the human marooned with him on a far-off planet. The pair are at first hostile, then grow to be friends and finally, the alien asks the human to care for his child. "All but the craziest parts of 'Enemy Mine' seem derivative of other science-fiction films, and much of it is either childishly sarcastic ... or flat," writes critic Janet Maslin in The New York Times. — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG-13 Murphy's Romance — Sally Field stars with James Garner in a May- December love story about a young divorcee who tries to make a living boarding and training horses in a one-horse Arizona town. Garner is the town druggist and resident nice guy. The rub comes when Field's rakish ex-husband shows up and tries to weasle back into her affections. It is directed by Martin Ritt, who also directed "Hud" and "Norma Rae." "Unfortunately, this sweet and homey picture which casts two very decent actors in two very decent rolls, falls far short of compelling filmmaking," according to Variety. — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG-13 My Chauffeur — Sam Jones stars as a rich playboy who would rather ride up front with the help (Deborah Foreman). The movie also features Penn and Teller, a smash Off- Broadway magic duo, who perform magic like no one's ever seen it before. — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R The Best of Times - Robin Williams and Kurt Russell star in this comedy about reliving football glory days of high school. — Vogue, Rated PG-13 White Nights — Ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov stars with hoofer Gregory Hines in this story of a Soviet ballet star who defects to the West, only to find himself imprisoned in his native land when the jet he's on crashes in Siberia. An American dancer who has defected to the Soviet Union is assigned to convince the dancer to resume his career there. The two join together, however, to escape. Baryshnikov and Hines each perform'their specialties, and then join for a dazzling ballet-jazz duo. Baryshnikov earns high marks for his performance, although the movie as a whole falls short. "Nothing, about the two defectors' growing friendship and mutual respect is believable ..." writes Vincent Canby in The New York Times. "Further, the narrative is so loosely organized that after the film has been under way for an hour, you're still waiting for it to start."-Fox, Rated PG-13 Youngblood — Teen heartthrob Rob Lowe stars as a young man who wants to leave the family farm to join a minor league Canadian hockey team. In less than a week after he moves to a small Canadian town, he is seduced by his landlady, ridiculed by his teammates and develops a crush on the first girl he meets—the coach's daughter. Variety says "Women count for little in this superficial story.... What is intended to be funny is instead pandering." — Mid-State Cinema, Rated R — Compiled by Lori Brack TV movies, specials 8 p.m. — Rung Fu: The Movie, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 David Carradine, Kerrie Keane (premiere). DISCOVER CHINA June 23- July 14 Orientation in Hong Kong American Institute For Foreign Study Call 825 5985 Every 10th Call-In Order FREE! I 91h&Klrwln 828-8478 _, MAN WITH ONE RED SHOE Playing Tonight HILL RIVER RAND SHUFFLE BOARD POOL TABLE DART MACHINE OPES: Mon.-Fri. 4 pin Saturday H pm KITCHEN'S OPEN SPECIALIZING IN Mountain Oysters and Steak Fingers WESTERN PLAYGIRL CLUB Open Daily 4 p.m.-3 a.m. 925 W. Lincoln Playing Sat. Night "Freddie Fox & The Hot Rods 1 ' Our Kitchen is open specializing in gizzards and steak lingers. NEW IN-STOCK RELEASES ALL MOVIES Monday & Thursday or any other day w/VCR rental. Min. 2 tapes please! I MAD MAX VCR RENTALS s oo per week CALL THE HOTLINE... "Where Service Is Part I 01 Imi Sale" f 1B9 s,ita"* TV* TAPE CENTER ...827 DELS ./ 24 HOUR MOVIE HOTLINE 825-9105 $2 25 PRIME-TIMER SHOW (*) SEN. CITIZENS $2 25 ANYTIME you wish} and thfstfiTW do Bright? • -'•" 4 ""*, "* 1 I op i mi I NOW SHOWING! vogue s. 222 S. Santa ft 027-2411 (*5:00)-7:159:30 MATINEE SAT. (*2:00) EEJ ( PRIME-TIMER^ MA TICKETS JOiS H->9 ONIY / J GIB* svffi^i Mid-State (*5:15>7:15-&30 MATINEE SAT. (*1:45) PRIME-TIA A.IANCKETS : 1*49 ONLY , c /d- /nix u (>'/iui/i / tuno xemice. ' l//e /KM u (>'/(M;I -' i/ffovrti /fceiixe. i7i>yvf/ier f/ii'y W e.nvet/ l/ie timits i*',y. ,-iLG/rUr CHAUFFEUR Sunset r5:00>7:15-9:30 MATINEE SAT. (*1:45) Sally Field Just when you think you've found the right guy, someone even worse comes along. "'Murphy's Romance' is one of the first pleasant surprises of the new year, a civilized and funny and very perceptive romantic comedy. James Garner is wonderful." -Sinkel&Ebert, AT THE MOVIES mer Mid-State r5:00>7:004:15 MATINEE SAT. AT (*2:00) fPGl3 LOUIS GOSSETT JR. one will survive ENEMY MINE Sunset (*4:45)-7:00 9:15 MATINEE SATURDAY C2.-00) TWO MEN. NOT HEROES. WILLING TO RISK THEIR LIVES FOR FREEDOM AND EACH OTHER. Fox I r4:30)-7:00-9:3a 1AT. SAT. C2KM) BARYSHNIKOV • HINES WHITE NIGHTS

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