The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 4, 1985 · Page 20
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 20

Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 4, 1985
Page 20
Start Free Trial

Entertainment The Salina Journal Thursday, April 4,1985 Page 20 Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Judds Marquee to combine for BiCenter concert The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and The Judds will appear in concert at 8 p.m. Saturday, May 4, at the Salina Bicentennial Center. Tickets are priced at $11.50 with all seats reserved. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band has been performing for 17 years and was the first rock band from America to tour the Soviet Union. The Judds, a mother-daughter singing team, have won a number of country music awards. One of their most recent hits is "Mama He's Crazy." Tickets for the concert go on sale Monday at the Bicentennial Center box office, Del's TV and Tape Center and the House of Sight and Sound in Salina, Bob & Gene's Travel in Junction City, The Brass Ear in Hays, the Central Ticket Agency in Wichita, the Hawaiian Tanning Salon in McPherson and Hayes Sight and Sound in Hutchinson. Mail orders should include a self- Wynonna and Naomi Judd accept a Grammy. addressed, stamped envelope with check or money order and should be sent to Dirt Band Tickets, P.O. Box 1727, Salina, Kan. 67402-1727. Telephone orders are accepted at any time with Visa or Mastercard by calling 823-2288. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band at KSU, too MANHATTAN - The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. April 28 in McCain Auditorium on the Kansas State University campus. Tickets go on sale from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 9 through 12 at the K-State Union box office, April 12-28 Join Us EASTER SUNDAY OPEN 10:30AM-2:30PM L*& SMOROA8BORD MID STATE MALL «SALINA at the K-State Union Activities Center, and April 9-28 at the McCain Auditorium box office, S Bar J Clothiers in Manhattan and Budget Records and Tapes in Topeka. They are priced at $9 and $8, with all seats reserved. Tabor choir to join Wichita Symphony WICHITA - The Tabor College choir will perform with the Wichita Symphony chorus and orchestra at 8 p.m. April 13 and 3 p.m. April 14 at Century II Concert Hall in Wichita. "Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, Resurrection" by Gustav Mahler will be presented. "It's a once in a lifetime opportu- .nity for many of our students," said Glenn Litke, assistant professor of music at Tabor. The symphony chorus has about 80 members. The Tabor choir will add another 46 voices. I A love story about two of America's favorite pastimes NEIL SIMON'S THEY TOLD IB YEAR DID ROCKY DENNIS HE COULD NEVER BE LIKE EVERYONE ttSE. SO HE WAS DETERMINED TO IE BETTER. CHER -SAM ELLIOTT ERIC STOLTZ MICHAEL O'KEEFE 'REBECCA DE MORNAY (*2:00)-C4:30) 7:25-9:50 WATCH OUT FOR THE FORCE. Secret Of The Lost Legend ri:OOM*3:OOM*5:OD) 7:00-9:00 (*S:00)-7:Od-9:00 IF JASON STILL HAUNTS YOU.YOU'RE NOT ALONE A new beginning 3RD TERRIFYING WEEK! (*5:30)-7:30-9:45 AN ALL NEW DRIVE-IN MOVIE SEASON BEGINS TOMORROW! DON'T MISS IT! "FASCINATING SPECIAL EFFECTS... A STATE-OF-THE-ART HORROR MOVIE." -judiit, c,i.. IF NANCY DOESN'T WAKE UP SCREAMING, SHE WON'T WAKE UP AT ALL. re ON ELM STREET THI ALL-TIMI HORROR CLASSIC! TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE OMTHI IAMI PROGRAM! f *IIUM*U «**•• u A SUNDAY ONLY SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 Salina movies Baby — Secret of the Lost Legend — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG Friday the 13th Part V - Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Mask — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG-13 Police Academy 2 — Fox, Rated PG-13 Porky's Revenge — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R The Slugger's Wife - Vogue, Rated PG-13 Movies and specials 7 p.m. — A.D., NBC, Salina Cable Channels 3 and 4 Nero becomes emperor; Paul is ordered to stand trial in Rome; Nero betrays his mother and enjoys the fiery destruction of Rome; a purge is decreed against the Christians. (Part 5 of 5). 8 p.m. — Movie, Movie, Salina Cable Channel 41 ina Sweet Adelines 7th at regional The Smoky Valley Chapter of Sweet Adelines from Salina placed seventh overall in regional competition last weekend at Kansas City, Mo. The contest is to determine which chapter will represent Region 7 in the 1986 international competition for barbershop singers at Philadelphia, Pa. The Sunflower Harmony Chapter of Topeka was this year's regional winner. Judging is in four classifications. The Salina chapter placed sixth in sound, fifth in music, fourth in expres- sion and seventh in showmanship. Nineteen choruses from Kansas and Missouri were entered in the competition. The six choruses that placed ahead of Salina had from 41 to 110 members on stage. Salina competed with 29 members. : Salina placed 13th in the last regional contest. The "Lucky Seven" theme will be carried into the; Salina chapter's fall show scheduled for October. Worn-: en interested in participating can call membership: chairman Phylis Smith at 823-2091. Songwriters' concert scheduled at Bennington BENNINGTON — A songwriters concert, for aspiring songwriters who would like to perform one or two of their own compositions in public, has been scheduled for April 27 in the Bennington High School gymnasium. The program will get under way at 7:30 p.m. It is open to single acts only, according to Bill Burrows, director of the combined Bennington-Tescott high school band. But each can use one person for accompaniment, if needed. There is no age limit. No bands will be accepted. Several entries already have been received for the unique event, Burrows said. The deadline to submit a tape or to contact Burrows is April 12. Those interested should call. Burrows at the Bennington Grade School, 488-3323, in the mornings, or at 825-4153 in the afternoons. No admission will be charged to the event, but donations will betaken. Funds raised will be used to- send one student from each of the Bennington and Tescott high- schools as members of the Lions International Band during the international convention at Dallas, Texas, in June. BRANN'S SOFA WORKS GRAND OPENING "BIGGER THAN BIG" ON SELECTION... ON SAVINGS... OVER 100 SOFAS AND SOFA SLEEPERS 72" JUNIOR SOFA Decorator Fabric $ Retail $891 CONTEMPORARY SOFA Blue mini stripe C4&4t4fc and wood trim ^ <lvBU Retail $635. W ^ ^ COUNTRY STYLE SOFA Deep green mini <• m **** print fabric ^tHiCf Retail $863. HPWw TRADITIONAL SOFA Attached back, lovely subtle floral fabric Retail $1053. PLUSH BACK SOFA Casual contemporary style, light brown fabric Retail $891. SOFA AND LOVE SEAT Pillow back style, * ^ ^ _ lively and colorful $ fit Q Q Retail $1230 V99 Both SECTIONAL SOFA Neutral color on a durable fabric Retail $1025 QUEEN SOFA SLEEPER Neutral mini stripe fabric Retail $837. QUEEN SOFA SLEEPER Innerspring mattress, blue coloration jfc Retail $812 QUEES SOFA SLEEPER Traditional style, light brown and blue floral Retall$H72 TABLES LAMPS ACCESSORIES HUGE STOCK Plenty Of Credit Terms Available To Fit Your Needs OVER 70 LOVE SEATS AND LOVE SEAT SLEEPERS LOVE SEAT SLEEPER Bright and cheerful $ jt /% A fabric-twin bed * 1 Q Q Retail $610. • .1*9 LOVE SEAT SOFA Brown stripe fabric $ *% A 41 reversible cushions * VHVI Retail $756. ,.... dW LOVE SEAT SLEEPER Earth tone fabric ft «t •• 4t and oak wood trim * X7Q Retail $837. W i 9 COLONIAL SLEEPER Love seat size with an earthtone plaid , cover Retail $945. LANE RECLINER Beige tweed fabric, & 4% J| A magazine pocket * *J T M Retail $399. M • W WINQ BACK CHAIRS Solid color, velvetifabrlcs, exposed wood legs * Retail $348. 249 WALL SAVER & ROCKER RECLINER Your choice In durable velvet fabric Retail $482. THURS. • FRI. • SAT. OVER 100 CHAIRS* ROCKERS AND RECLINERS DRANN'S FURNITURE • SEALY BEDDING • WATERBEDS Just Off 2100 S. Oth* Sallna, Kansas • Phon* (913) 827-9693 THURSDAY 10-8 FRIDAY 10-6 SATURDAY 10-5 TOLL FREE 1-800-432-0252

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free