The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 16, 1997 · Page 26
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D2 PRIDAY, MAY 16, 1997 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL WHAT'S HOT Books THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 THIS LAST WEEK WEEK FICTION BEST SELLERS Pretend You Don't See Her, Mary Higgins Clark The Partner, John Grisham The Ranch, Danielle Steel Mason & Dlxon, Thomas Pynchon The Night Crew, John Sanford The Notebook, Nicholas Sparks Out to Canaan, Jan Karon Affair, Amanda Quick The Gospel According to the Son, Norman Mailer Small Vices, Robert B. Parker NONFICTION BEST SELLERS Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt Underboss, Peter Mass Into Thin Air, John Krakauer Just As I Am, Billy Graham Mothers & Daughters, Carol Saline and Sharon J. Wohlmuth Conversations With God: Book 1, Neale Donald Walsch Locked In the Cabinet, Robert B. Reich The Millionaire Next Door, Thomas J. Stanley & William Danko Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt Personal History, Katharine Graham • Source: The Now York Timtt/Week ol May 11-17. NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Voices from a Far Country, Hugh Carr Chasing the Dream, Joe Torre And the Waters Turned to Blood, Rodney Barker The 3-Day Energy Fast, Pamela Serure Walking on Eggshells, Brian Ogawa 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Movies mis UST WEEK WEEK •4 _ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TOP GROSSING FILMS The Fifth Element $17.0 Fathers' Day $8.8 Breakdown $7.6 Austin Powers $7.1 Volcano $4.5 Liar, Liar $3.6 Romy and Mlchele's High School Reunion $2.9 Anaconda $2.7 The Saint $1.6 Murder at 1600 $1.3 $17.0 $8.8 $23.2 $19.5 $34.1 $156.5 $19.1 $53.1 $54.8 $21.7 • Source: Exhibitor Relations CoJWeokend ot May 9-11. £ & TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 1 Sleepers 2 5 The Ghost and the Darkness 3 2 William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet 4 3 The Long Kiss Goodnight 5 4 The First Wives Club 6 6 101 Dalmatlons 7 - Emma 8 8 Extreme Measures 9 7 The Chamber 10 - Set It Off • Source: Billboard magazine/Week ot May 11-17. VIDEOS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY The Book of Virtues Series You Can Dance the Waltz Paris: City of Lights Fantastic Journey to the Farm Money Smart Women THIS WST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 1 3 5 4 6 6 10 7 THB IAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 1 2 4 5 6 8 10 TOP POP SINGLES MMM Bop, Hanson Hypnotize, The Notorious B.I.Q. Return of the Mack, Mark Morrison For You I Will, Monica Say You'll Be There, Spice Girls You Were Meant For Me, Jewel I Want You, Savage Garden Where Have All The Cowboys Gone?, Paula Cole I Belong to You, Rome Can't Nobody Hold Me Down, Puff Daddy featuring Mase TOP POP ALBUMS Spice, Spice Girts Carrying Your Love With Me, George Strait Share My World, Mary J. Blige Life After Death, The Notorious B.I.G. Space Jam, Soundtrack Falling Into You, Celine Dion Bringing Down The Horse, The Wallflowers Pieces of You, Jewel Middle of Nowhere, Hanson Badulzm, Erykah Badu Source: Billboard magazlneWeek ot May 11-17. TODAY'S HOT HITS POWER 94.5 Return of the Mack, Mark Morrison MMM Bop, Hanson I Want You, Savage Garden Sweet Sexy Thing, Nu Flavor Your Woman, White Town Don't Leave Me, Blackstreet Where Have All The Cowboys Gone, Paula Cole One Headlight, Wallflowers For You I Will, Monica Say You'll Be There, Spice Girls All For You, Sister Hazel Memory Lane, Janice Everytlme I Close My Eyes, Babyface In My Arms, Erasure Love Is All We Need, Mary J. Blige Sunny Came Home, Shawn Colvin I Wanna Be There, Blessed Union of Souls Do You Know (What It Take*), Robyn Semi-Charged Life, Third Eye Blind Just a Touch, Keith Sweat THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 1 2 5 3 2 4 4 5 8 6 7 7 11 8 6 9 3 10 14 11 15 12 13 13 12 14 17 15 18 16 17 18 19 20 • Courtesy ol KJCK, 94.5 FM, Junction City. ££, KY 94 TOP 20 1 17 A Little More Love, Vince GiH 2 5 Better Man, Better Off, Tracy Lawrence 3 7 One Night at a Time, George Strait 4 16 A Girl's Gotta Do, Mindy McCready 5 1 Good As I Was To You, Lorrie Morgan 6 2 I Miss You a Little, John Michael Montgomery 7 8 Sad Lookln' Moon, Alabama 8 3 She's Sura Taking It Well, Kevin Sharp 9 9 Sittln' On Go, Bryan White 10 19 I'd Rather Ride Around With You, Reba McEntire 11 20 It's Your Love, Tim McGraw with Faith Hill 12 12 Let H Rain, Mark Cheenutt 13 13 Loved Too Much, Ty Herndon 14 - Places I've Never Been, Mark Wills 5S - She's Going Home With Me, Travis Tritt 16 11 Count Me In, Deana Carter 17 - I Only Get This Way With You, Rick Trevino 19 - Uttta Things, Tanya Tucker 19 - Never Again, Again, Lee Ann Womack 20 14 Six Days on the Road, Sawyer Brown f Courtesy of KYEZ, 83.7 FM, Salina; ratings baaed on number ot plays each wotik. Music Central High's Free Spirit to sing in concert Free Spirit, a singing performance group from Salina Central High School, will perform Monday. The concert will be at 7 p.m. at the Salina Community Theatre, 303 E. Iron. The cost for tickets is $5 a person. Tickets are available from Free Spirit members or by calling Tony Clans at 826-4751 during school hours. Swedestock '97 to feature seven bands LINDSBORG — Seven bands are scheduled to perform today at Swedestock '97 on the Bethany College campus. Admission is by buttons, which are $5 for adults and $2.50 for students and are available at the gate. The bands represent a variety of styles. Each will play a 45- to 90-minute set. Gulch, a band from Wichita with a driving beat, kicks off the event at 3 p.m. Other bands, in order of appearance, are Shaking Tree, Lawrence; 6%, Kansas City, Mo.; Red Eldon, Manhattan; Danger Bob, Lawrence; Passing Strangers, Dallas; and Blue Moon Ghetto, Omaha, Neb. Swedestock '97 is the fifth incarnation of the festival. In addition to the bands, booths will be set up around the perimeter of the area. The booths will feature activities such as hair- braiding, beading and massage. A fee covering the costs of materials will be charged at each booth, which close at 6 p.m. Pianist Vavra to play at benefit concert ABILENE — Professional pianist Peter Vavra will perform a benefit concert for the Abilene and Minori Sister City Program at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Tietjens Center for the Performing Arts. Vavra, born and raised in New Jersey, studied at Marymount College. He performs regularly around the country and plays at the Vail Cascade Hotel and Club in Vail, Colo. Tickets are $20 a person and may be purchased at the Abilene Convention and Visitors Bureau office or by calling 263-2231. Ticket sales are limited to 150. This summer Abilene will be the host to a corps of 16 drummers who will be performing in the area during a 10-day stay. On alternate years, Abilene students will travel to Minori. Art, exhibits Art by Bethany faculty, students to be sold LINDSBORG — A student and faculty art sale benefit is planned Tuesday and Wednesday at Bethany College. The sale, which will be open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., will be in the lower level of the Pihlblad Memorial Union. All proceeds will benefit the Kaymeyer Lecture Series Endowment, which provides visiting artists and lectures and conducts workshops at Bethany. Entries being taken for postcard series Kansas artists can enter their postcard-sized art in the 20th Kansas Artists Postcard Competition during May. The competition is sponsored by the Association of Community Arts Agencies of Kansas. The artwork, due to the association office by June 2, will be juried by Stephen Doherty, editor of American Artist and Watercolor magazines. He will select 16 artworks to be produced in a set of postcards, plus 10 pieces to join the 16 in the Kansas Artist Postcard Series XX exhibit, to tour the state beginning next fall. The competition is open to all Kansans. Entries must be original two-dimensional artwork of postcard size, 4% by 6 inches. Phoiography and textile works are not eligible. For more information, call (913) 825-2700. Country Classics Spring Open House by: Sandy Fee & Karen Russell May 16th - 4 pm-8 pnr\ May 17th -10 am-1 pm 429 E. Kirwin Salina, KS 67401 913-827-6088 BRIERY meals, transportation, lodging and activity fees. For more information or to register, call Jimmy Gibbs at Salina Parks and Recreation, 826-7434. Watercolor workshop to be offered in July LINDSBORG — An award-winning watercolorist from El Paso will teach during the first Summer Art Workshop at Bethany College. Beginning, intermediate and advanced classes will be offered July 7-11 at Mingenback Art Center at Bethany College. Artist Bill Bissell, who has taught for 18 years in El Paso, will instruct from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Bissell is an associate member of the National Watercolor Society and past president of the El Paso Art Association. His paintings hang in private and corporate collections across the United States and Japan. Evening events include a Bissell demonstration and lecture and visits to local galleries and studios. Class size will be limited to 25 and early enrollment is suggested. Fee is $250. Dormitory housing is available for $90 for six nights, and student union meals are available for an additional $90. To enroll or request information, call Jud Barclay, director of special events and summer programs, (913) 227-3380, ext. 8132. Writing Second novel released by Hesston woman HESSTON — A Hesston resident has received favorable reviews for her second novel. Deborah Raney, an Ellsworth native, has written "In the Still of the Night." The book has received recommendations in The Library Journal and RANEY CBA Marketplace (formerly The Bookstore Journal). The book was published by Bethany House Publishers in Minneapolis. Her first novel, "A Vow to Cherish," was a fictional account of a family's struggle with Alzheimer's disease. The book is being translated into Swedish for release next year by a publisher in Sweden. Thorndike Press has purchased the rights to "A Vow to Cherish" to publish a hardcover, large- print edition. Raney is at work on a third novel for Bethany House. She also is under contract with Abingdon Press in Nashville for a book of children's sermons that she is co-authoring with her sister, Vicky Miller of Hutchinson. Cowboy poet to begin yearlong writing project A year of programs to introduce beginning writers to a variety of authors will continue with a workshop with Bennington cowboy poet Don Wagner from 10 to 11:30 a.m. May 24 at the Smoky Hill Museum, 211 W. Iron. The museum is sponsoring the" program, which will introduce beginning writers to published authors, including journalists and book authors. Wagner's talk will be the program's second installment. Wagner also will sign copies of his new book, "Land of Three Rivers: Poems from the Prairies." The workshops are free and are held in the Community Room. SPRING RECITAL STARS ON PA R A D E NINETEEN NINETY SEVEN Saturday, May 17 2:00 - Solo dance performances 7:00 - Entire dance troupe performance Salina Central High School No Admission Charge Continuing dance excellence in Salina Miscellaneous Trip to include sailing and white water rafting White water rafting, sailing and a visit to the Alpine Slide on a trip to Winter Park, Colo. The trip, sponsored by Salina Parks and Recreation special populations program, is planned for Aug. 10-13. Accommodations will be made for people with mental and/or physical disabilities. Cost is $245 and includes most Handmade quilts sought for Russell tour RUSSELL — Russell Main Street Inc. is looking for handmade quilts for the city's Quilt Walking Tour, being held in conjunction with the Boomtown Festival on June 6 and 7. Prizes will be offered for the quilt chosen best of show. All quilts need to be turned into the Russell Main Street office by June 3 and will be ready for pick up by June 10. For more information, call Cathy or Connie at the Russell Main Street Inc. office at 483-2897. YAMAHA Professional Band and Orchestra 2ios.saitiFt,saii M 825-62K 1-800-262-1576 Sale! The Vocal Department Of Salina High School Central Is Proud To Announce At The Salina Community Theatre Monday, May 19 - 7:00 P.M. Jazz & Pop Selections • Solos • Ensembles The cost of this concert will be $5.00 per person. Tickets are available from Free Spirit members or by calling Tony Claus at 826-4751 during school hours. 'Salina Store Only 'Prices good through May 22nd. 1997. Memorial Day Early Deadlines Retail & Bordered Classified Ads Publication Date Neighbors, 5/26 Friday, 5/23 Saturday, 5/24 Applause! 5/28 Sunday, 5/25 Monday, 5/26 Tuesday, 5/27 Wednesday, 5/28 Deadline Tuesday, 5/20 @ 2:00 Tuesday, 5/20 @ 3:00 Wednesday, 5/21 @ 10:00 Wednesday, 5/21 @ 11:00 Wednesday, 5/21 @ 1:00 Thursday, 5/22 @ 1:00 Thursday, 5/22 @ 4:00 Friday, 5/23® 1:00 Classified Line Ads (No Borders, Logos Or Artwork) Friday, 5/23 Saturday, 5/24 Sunday, 5/25 Monday, 5/26 Tuesday, 5/27 Thursday, 5/22 @ 10:00 Thursday, 5/22 ® 1:00 Friday, 5/23 ® 10:00 Friday, 5/23® 1:00 Friday, 5/23 @ 3:00 The Salina Journal business office will be closed Monday, May 26 in observance of Memorial Day. "* Salina Journal

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