The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 4, 1997 · Page 84
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 84

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 4, 1997
Page 84
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THE SALINA JOURNAL THE SALINA JOURNAL- SUNDAY, MAY 4,.1997il3'. EXCURSION TRAIN! Abilene, Kansas Memorial Day-Labor Day Ride the Rails of History Adults $7.50 Kids ages 3-11 $5.50 Group rates & charters available! Call Toll Free: Depot-Gift Shop 'Toll Free" 1-888-426-6689 or call 1-913-263-0118 Office 'Toll Free" 1-800-426-6687 or 1-913-263-1077 11/2 hr., 10 mile round trip PRAIRIES (NTIQLJES Corner of NW 3rd & Cedar ABILENE, KANSAS Houn: Mon.-Sat. 10-5 Owners: Ellouise Marshall Elaine Huscher 913-263-1119 Antiques Galore! I • Quality Furniture • Beautiful Glassware |» Many Unique Hard-to- Find Items CHISHOLM TRAIL ANTIQUES 263-2061 5 BLOCKS SOUTH OF EISENHOWER CENTER 11020 S. BUCKEYE (HWY. 15), ABILENE, KS 67410 I Chisholm Trail Souvenir Shop ''Kansas' Largest Souvenir Shop" Hall of Generals Wax Museum "See All The Great Generals" 100 S.E. 5th Abilene Treat YourselfR We feature an Excellent Menu Selection Join us/or Lunch or Dinner Mon.-Sat. 11 un-2 pm SmuUy 11 am-3 pm 5 pm-9 pm daily Casual Attire Welcome THE KIRBY HOUSE RESTAURANT 205 N.E. 3RD ABILENE, KS 1 Reservations Appreciated but not necessary ' (913)263-7336 HT Your Hometown CM Dealer.. • Sales new and used • Service • Rental & Leasing • Body Shop Pontiac-Buick-Cadillac-Olds- Chevrolet-GEO Come In and See US HOLM AUTOMOTIVE CENTER V f ". A 1412 S. Campbell CENTER 913-263-2681 Abilene, Kansas EXPLORE THE LEGENDS OF THE CHISHOLM TRAIL Visit the Heritage Center and Celebrate the 130th Anniversary of the Chisholm Trail See Special Exhibits The Life of the Cowboy Attend the End of the Trail Celebration August 16-17 Ride the award winning 1901 C.W. Parker Carousel, a National Landmark Eaat of the Eisenhower Complex Home of the MUSEUM OF INDEPENDENT TELEPHONY : 100 Years of Telephone History comes alive as you stroll through the Heritage Cente*. Sponsored by: I Teaching tours and research facilities available with Advance Request. Experience the westward movcroenl of Hie Pioneers and the Settlen of Dickinson I County and lean) about the develownenl of the telecommunication industry through interactive exhibits of artifacts, photographs and documents. Monday thru Saturday 9:00-4:00 pm Sum Extended Hourb Memorial D;iy Labor Diiy AMERICAN INDIAN ART CENTER 206 S. BUCKEYE, ABILENE, KS 913-263-0090 ARTISTS ntyonee Tiow Proctor Jon Tiger Brent Learned janeosti TamaTarbell Reuben Kent Chris Bennett skupKnoxsan CKnoxuh Curtis Simon jeai Bales a Sullivan GMcKimey David Gritts Kansas' Only Totally Native American Art Gallery and Gift shop Mamie Remembered Mamie Doud Eisenhower, wife of Dwight D. Eisenhower, 34th President | of the United States, is remembered in a new exhibit at the Eisenhower Museum in Abilene. The clothing styles of the 50s, the era in which she was (First Lady are on display, along with jewelry, china, silver, letters and many photographs. This exhibit will be on display through November 1997, and can be seen 7 days a week from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. For further information, please call the Eisenhower Center at (913) 263-4751. Excellent Selection of Casual Wear Open: Mon.-Frl.9-S Sat. 9-3 Sun. 1-4 During the Summer Tapco Fashions 263-7750 104 N.W. 2nd Abilene Van Tours I Step back to the 1860s and tour historic Abilene for one hour in our air - conditioned van. Learn about our history, attractions, events, heroes and receive information about our | hospitality. Tours start at 9:30 am Monday thru Friday. $3 per ticket Call 263-2231 or purchase a ticket at the Abilene Visitor's Center 201N.W.2nd,Abll«M Enj( Inside Abilene Pride Beat Western Full Breakfast • Lunch Specials • Full Dinner Menu Specializing in Angus Steak Open: Mon.-Thurs. 6 ain-9 pm Fri.-Sat. 6 am-10 pin Sunday 7 tun-9 pm » AUOEN .ByitUTAUHANJ- [1709 N. Buckeye. Abaen* 263-1997 1997 Season of Celebration! HUH. Kama Pnmier Pnfmmut Riglonal Theatre FIDDLER ON THE ROOF June 12-22 A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING September 11-21 DRIVING MISS DAISY July 10-20 FRANKENSTEIN October 9-19 CHRISTMAS MEMORIES December 11-21 ALWAV3...PAT8Y CUNE August 7-17 A TUNA CHRISTMAS November 6-16 BoxOfflc»»13.2*3-4S74 Open Dally 9 am-S pm ssll 300 N. MulbtwryAMI*m/W I Memories off the Prairie 7:00 pm Saturday Evening at The Heritage Center 412 S. Campbell I June 7 Carousel Magic Jeff Sheets |june 14 One Room Schools of Dickinson County Marie Strunk I June 21 Amelia Earhart Janet Groninga I June 28 Kansa Indians Pat Murphy Ijuly S Mountain Men Paul Ottensmeier I July 12 The Chisholm Trail Elinor Haas I July 19 Stitches in Tune Doug & Mama Davis |july26 Frontier Justice (Video) Cowtown Abilene Jesse Chisholm LavonneGeist Aug. 2 I Aug. 9 I Aug. 16 End of the Trail Celebration I«80 Rooms > Luxurious Studio > Remote Cable TV • Outdoor Pool • Discount for Seniors, AAA, Military Government, Full Service Truckers I One of the Best Western's Top-Rated I Properties. 1-800-701-1000 913-263-2800 1709 N. Buckeye, Abllanc Gift Shops Iliiiil Museums GENNY.'S COUNTRY CUPBOARD & RAISE 'N DOUGH BAKERY Gitts • Bakery • Antiques All In a quaint atmosphere Dine in or Carry Out Catering & Special Orders Mon.-Sat. 7:30 am-5:30 pm 913-263-4714 300 N. Broadway Abilene Stop and Visit our Outlet Store • We Have The Largest Selection of Boxed Chocolates also I* Cards • Gift Items Call to schedule group tours Candy display kitchen and store hours: 9:00 am-6:00 pm Monday-Saturday Sunday Noon-5 pm 1 993 CARAMEL BLVD. - Ext. 272 ABILENE, KANSAS 67410 TELEPHONE (913) 263-0463 Motor Home Rentals starting at $160 per day weekly rates available FOUR SEASON RV ACRES exit 2811-70 Abilene, Ks 800/658-4667 918-698-2221 4-10 10 IS 17-18 22 1C )"< 5 7 7 7 U 1J-J2 14 19 • M X » M-M Wnto. Art EJufci«,Chk Onto, HitMioJ Sochqt, 26^2681 KSUiMtjrDajr Flub, Eis«iihow« Center, . 263-4751 PlaemliM Buqtct, Historical Society, Civic Coxer, 263-2681 CeutfrChblnhatiiMilGolfTouiiUMat, Jon Kennedy. 263-3811 f hik. 263-2231 Eisenhower Cemet, 263-4751 AMItae Mukjptl hW Concert, 8 (mi. Eisenhower Pa*. 263-2231 AbileM MukJpal BuJCoKcrt, Eisenhower Park, 263-2231 Gmt rU« CiiMKl RtWcnw), Hinoriol Society, Heritage Center. 263-2681 Maude* (fife Prairie, 7 pm, Hittoriol Socktr, 263-2681 M Aautl A«i<|«*, Owic & Soeet Rod Show, Seed Hall, Jay Ramey, 598-2335 AUItM MnUrd lud Cowft. Euenhower hrk, 263-2231 Roof, Tiojcni Center for Performing Am 263-4574 MeaoriM M ihi tnUt, 7 pot, Hutorka) Society. Heritage Center, 263-2681 AUIfM Mhuicipil luul CoMCctfc Eisenhower hid, 263-2231 Utanrit. *rdie faJrie,'? pm, HiKorical Society; Heritage Center, 263-2681 AbibM Mukipl hwl CoKMt. Ejsenhower hrk, 263-2231 Uourio rfAi hJA, 7 pm, HUtorical Society, Heritage Center, 263-2681 CMIM>T(MUMk*tGM«lMUH«MMjew Kennedvi 263-3811 |M». |f v ,.\ < 4',/ N^,'- 263-2231 , , U 17 » 24 16-17 31 Sociery, Heritage Center, 263-2611 A^ltwlijfil tori CMM* 8pm, Cwohowcihrk, 263-2231 MMMriM*.Pwlrk,7pm,HiH Sociery, Heritage Center, 263-2681 AbHf tc MmiHfal I«m4 Co«c«n. 8 pm. EiienWer PaA. 263-2261 McMriH«fdwrniiii,7pm.Hiiiorkal Society, Heritage Center, 263-268) ScwWiUillibfo.Suri Hall «£ Armory Akik»eMuiikiii4li»iU Conceit, 8 pui, Eiitnhuwcr. Pa*, 263-2231 Housekeeper", I Mr nfiM trim irwn Hijai ' fSf^f^C^^^fH •^i^ilm^lmV -; wswsrasw* ^

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