The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on February 2, 1986 · Page 36
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 36

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, February 2, 1986
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Entertainment Briefly Marquee Symphony concert to feature trio A violin-cello trio will be featured during the Salina Youth Symphony concert scheduled for 3 p.m. Feb. 9 in the Marymount College Fine Arts Theatre. There is no admission charge. The trio will be made up of Jenny Kepler and Kristin Lange, violinists, and Robyn Zurfluh, cellist. They will play the "Allegretto from Sixth Violin Sonata'' by Mozart. Thomas Hudson, orchestra instructor at Roosevelt-Lincoln and South junior highs and three elementary schools, will be guest conductor for "Psalm and Air" by Marcello, arranged by Ployhar. Hudson received a music education degree from the University of Missouri. He was a member of the Northeast Missouri State University Symphony at Kirksville and formerly taught in the public schools in Milan, Mo. He plays in the string bass section of the Salina Symphony. Other program selections will include "Youth Overture" by Diemer, "Serenade for Orchestra" by Browne, "Promenade and Great Gate of Kiev" by Mussorgsky as arranged by Walter, "White River Legend Overture" by Whear and "High Strung" by Rimer. The youth symphony is conducted by Eric Stein. Founded in 1961, it consists of 50 junior and senior high school students from the Salina area. The Salina Symphony Guild will be host for a reception in the Marymount ballroom immediately following the concert. Champion oil painting displayed CLAY CENTER - "The Country Barn" is the new artwork of the month now on display at the Union State Bank, Clay Center. The oil painting, named grand champion at the 1985 Clay County Fair, is the work of Ginger Jensen, Miltonvale. Mid-Four Exhibition entries open KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Artists can register through Feb. 28 for the 1986 Mid-Four Annual Juried Art Exhibition, June 14 through July 6 at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The competition is open to artists age 20 or older living in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa. Entries can be submitted in prints, paintings, drawings and mixed media categories. Preliminary judging will be from color slides. The entry fee is $10 for one entry or $15 for two. The judge will be Marge Goldwater, curator at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minn. Write Judy Miller, Mid-Four, P.O. Box 22464, Kansas City, Mo. 64113, for registration forms. Live In Salina Jurored sculpture exhibit, featuring Salina area artists, Salina Art Center, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., continues through March 2. Agnes of God, Salina Community Theatre, 2 p.m. National Motor Spectacular, Salina Bicentennial Center, 2 p.m. Salina movies Enemy Mine — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG-13 Murphy's Romance — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG-13 My Chauffeur — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R The Best of Times — Vogue, Rated PG-13 White Nights - Fox, Rated PG-13 Youngblood — Mid-State Cinema, Rated R TV movies, specials 6 p.m. — Disney Sunday Movie, ABC, Salina Cable Channels 9 and 10 (Premiere). "Help Wanted: Kids." A childless couple (Bill Hudson, Cindy Williams) hires two youngsters to act as their offspring in an effort to conform with their company's family image. 6:30 p.m. — Goldengirl, WGN, Salina Cable Channel 11 Susan Anton, James Coburn (1979). A young woman is put through a bizarre training program to become an Olympic champion. 7 p.m. — Sins, CBS, Salina Cable Channels 5 and 12 Joan Collins stars as Paris magazine publisher Helene Junot in this mini-series that chronicles, in a series of flashbacks, her rise from humble beginnings to a position of Ellis entry wins pioneer contest TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -KittieDale of Ellis and Nikole Perrigo of Hiawatha have been named first-place winners in the annual Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas essay contests. Dale won the Kansas Factual Pioneer Story contest for an essay titled, "A Length of Rope." Second was Neva White of Manhattan and third was Margaret Jagger of Minneapolis. Perrigo won the "Kansas! Say It Above a Whisper" contest, with Jamie Stockman of Kirwin second and Julie Colberg of Lyons third. Olive Ann Beech of Wichita provides cash awards for the Factual Pioneer Story contest and the family of the late Mamie Boyd of Phillipsburg provides cash awards in the Kansas contest. Another Newport Festival scheduled NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) — Following last year's peaceful revival of the Newport Folk Festival, organizers are planning another concert for this summer. The festival was brought back in 1985 by producer George T. Wein, wno stopped the annual event in 1970 after rowdy fans triggered opposition from local politicians. Organizers of this year's concert, planned for Aug. 23 and 24 at Fort Adams State Park, are searching for a corporate sponsor. The park has been reserved even though no contract has been signed, state officials say. Last year's folk festival featured Joan Baez, Judy Collins and Arlo Guthrie. PRIME-TIMER SHOW (*) $9 25 SEN. CITIZENS ANYTIME Sally Field • James Garner Just when you think you've found the right guy, someone even worse comes along. Murphy's Romance I H™ 825-91051 TICKETS $025 L J 2-NIGHT MOVIE RENTAL Rent A Movie Today Keep It Tonight! Keep It Tomorrow Night! Bring It Back The Next Morning By 9 AM! 7 Days A Week 80% Of Our Stock Gold Star Tapes 4 99 7 Days A 1 Week 20%OK)ur VCR PLAYERS Tuesday & Wednesday per Week .00 Per Week DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Open 7 Days A Week 24 Hour Drop Boxes The ice... The fire... The fight... To be the best ROB LOWE CYNTHIA GIBB PATRICK SWAYZE TODAY AT (*1:45H*4:00)-6:15-8:30 TICKETS $O25 ONIY L ) aven't you ever done something in your life you wish you could do over again... and this time do it right? ROBIN WILLIAMS KURT RUSSELL A Comedy about life, hope, and getting even, TODAY AT (*2:OOH*4:15) Uoi a GioU. 1 lutta tefeucc. Site iuu. a GloU 3. cbuu&U licuti*. l&ffiltvi Uuy'U exceed Ui» UmiU jo* [UK in AtvvUy oXiUi, f^ CHAUFFE TODAY AT *1:45M*4:15) 6:30-8:45 one will survive ENEMY MINE TODAY AT (*2:OOH*4:3D«:45-8:45 IPCJ " TWO MEN. NOT HEROES. WILLING TO RISK THEIR LIVES FOR FREEDOM AND EACH OTHER. TODAY AT *2:00) •5:30W)0 BARYSHNIKO V • HINES WHITE NIGHTS power and wealth. Also stars Giancarlo Giannini, Lauren Button and Marisa Berenson. (Part 1 of 3). • 8p.m. — Earthquake, Salina Cable Channel? Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner (1974). Two massive tremors shake California, destroying multitudes of structures as well as the lives of various residents of Los Angeles. 8 p.m. — Peter the Great, NBC, Salina Cable Channels 3 and 4 Maximilian Schell, Laurence Olivier, Venessa Redgrave and Oma Sharif co-star in this epic 17th- century saga of the Russian czar whose sweeping military and administrative reforms strengthened and modernized Russia. Tonight, social and political conflicts contribute to a growing concern over which member of the royal family will succeed him to the throne. (Part Iof4). The Salina Journal Sunday, February 2,1986 Page 36 WESTERN PLAYGIRL CLUB Open Daily 4 p.m.-3 a.m. 925 W. Lincoln Playing Sunday Night "Country Crossroads" Wednesday & Thursday-"Detour" Our Kitchen is open specializing in gizzards and steak fingers.' ffiiS^frVmiiiiMii Now pliytng^^^^^ it your house • RED SONYA I HOME OF THE HnSU 1815 S. 9th in Kraft Manor 827-7067 Mon.-Sat. 10-9 > Sunday 1J-B 1986 TRAVEL SHOW! February 9 1:30 pm-5:00 pm BiCentennial Center Agents from the airlines & cruiselines will be on hand to tell you what's new in traveling. Plus audio visual shows on Europe, Alaska, Fall Foliage and cruises. * Register for a trip to Hawaii* For more information contact: AfmmmE TRAVEL In Sears Center 825-2191 SAVE aP ,.*20°° with our FREE INSTALLATION! Plus a Free FM Traveler Radio when you order HBO Salina Cable TV 144 N, Seventh 825-7151 (limit one per subscriber) (oiler expires 2-28-86)

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