Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, November 03, 1983, Page 7, Image 7
The New York Banjo Ensemble To Perform On kuesday, Nov. 8, at 8 p.m. in (he Kenan Memorial Auditorium in Kenansville, P Cynthia Sayer and the New York Banjo Ensemble will present the first concert of the Tar Heel Fine Arts Society 1983-84 concert season. Cynthia Sayer directs and acts as spokeswoman for the group. Eddy Davis, Howard Alden and Frank Vignola create a concert attraction that will not be easily for k gotten. Eddy Davis, as fea tured artiste, has many tele vision credits and is a fami liar face at jazz festivals around the world. His other jazz credits include the great Dukes of Dixieland and his own Hot Jazz Orchestra, comprised of many of the world's ?reat jazz artistes. Cynthia Sayer plays piano, guitar, does mallet work and sings as well as being a marvelous banjoist. She has toured Europe and has made a number of feature record ings. Howard Alden, playing a cello banjo, is also an accomplished guitarist, and has made excellent record ings on both instruments. Piccolo banjoist, Frank Vig nola, began playing the guitar at the age of six. He is a prominent artist in all the major stringed instrument conventions including the one sponsored by Interna tional Banjo. He has a new album. All this, plus his association with the New York Banjo Ensemble at the ripe old age of sixteen. The New York Banjo En semble's repertoire of instru mental and vocal perfor mances includes such great composers as Gershwin, El lington, Fats Waller, Jelly Roll Morton, Sousa, Joplin --A ""'oinals by Eddy Davis. Piccolo banjos, tenor ban jos, Plectrum banjos, mando lin banjos, cello banjos and bass banjos ? performing in classic string quartet, rag time, and jazz combinations in a concert setting ? an all new concept. Don't miss this concert. The sound will be unique and unforgettable. A limited number of rea son tickets will be available at the door priced at S12.50 for adults and $5 for stu dents. Plan now to ex perience America's musical heritage with The New York Banjo Ensemble. E.E. Smith History Class Combines Drama And Learning The E.E. Smith Jr. High eighth grade United States ^ history class has taken an ? entertaining approach to studying. Last week Mrs. Zettie Williams' history class pulled on costumes and students taught each other from their roles as new world discoverers. The students were each assigned individuals who came to America as explorers and Williams said the assign ^ ment involved independent research, a poster and a presentation in costume to their classmates. Along with information on the explorer, students were assigned the specific task of gathering data about what the dis coverers thought the new world looked like and items they brought with them to America. "The project built a great deal of enthusiasm among the students." E.E. Smith Jr. High teacher Zettie Williams said. "And. I think the project has helped make the students more know ledgable of the settlement of North Carolina." As the students worked on their individual projects, informa tion was gathered from a variety of sources such as the Duplin County Dorothy Wightman Library or re source people within the community, Williams said. "The preparation and pre sentation of the individual projects was used to give the students a break from hear ing history taught from their textbooks," she added. Some of the characters portrayed by the class in cluded Columbus, Pocahon tas, Sir Francis Drake, Ver ranzano, Captain John Smith, Queen Elizabeth, Juan Ponce de Leon. Sir Humphrey Gilbert. Sir Walter Raleigh. John Cabot, Roanoke Island, the lost colony, and Lucas De Ay Hon. i?pi in.? ? 'mm - . m HISTOHY COMES TO LIFE AJ ?~E. SMITH .TheJJ.S. History class taught by Mrs. Zettie Williams dressed in Costumes of discoverers of the new world. The costumed _ eighth graders gave individual presentations of their 9 characters before classmates last week. The project included costumes and research papers. Along with research on new world discoverers, the class made posters rT79H: it ;?wn wmm MOM* m ^ mij depicting items brought to America by the explorers and what these people thought America looked like. Pictured above, left to right. Brandye Williams as Captain John Smith, Melondy Brook as Queen Elizabeth, Carolyn Wilson as Juan Ponce de Leon and Vicie Knowles as Sir Humphrey Gilbert . One estimate is that it takes you thirty minutes to reach a level of deep sleep. ?? 1 t The New York Bank? Knsemble Foundation Begins Third Annual Fund Drive The James Sprunt Foun dation kicked off its third annual fund drive in support of James Sprunt Technical College at its Board of Di rectors' meeting Oct. 20. Chairman Tom Yates an nounced the theme as "20/20 Vision for the Fu ture." reflecting the goal of raising $20,000 for the col lege's 20th year of opera tion. Emmett Wickline, fund drive chairman, expressed confidence for a successful campaign, citing the crucial role the foundation plays in supporting the needs of the college for upgrading its technicological programs and instructional equipment. "James Sprunt has meant a great deal to the people or Duplin and the surrounding counties over the years," he said. "I'm confident the citizens will show their sup port for the college by sup porting the fund drive." The campaign will con tinue through the month of November. Contributions are used to support JSTC through providing scholar ship monies, programs of instructional improvement. and instructional equipment needs. In other business, three new members were welcomed to the Foundation Board: Kaye Williamson of Kenansville. William Bryan of Mount Olive, and Gerald Carr of Rose Hill. Dr. Carl Price, president, commended all members for their service and expressed his appreciation for the sup port. Anyone wishing to help support the works of JSTC by contributing to the fund drive is encouraged to do so by contacting Donna S. Thigpen, executive director at 296-1341, or any of the Foundation board members. I * SWEEPSTAKES WINNER! Christine Pickett of Kenansville was a $1,000 winner in the IGA Supermarket Sweepstakes at the Beulaville Jackson's IGA. Pictured above. hhrhb^<., >>xanf * m w sm Christine Pickett receives the $1,000 prize check from Jackson's 1GA manager Frank Whaley at the Beulaville grocery market Oct . 31. THANKS FROM THE MAGNOLIA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT On Oct. 22. the Magnolia Fire Department had a fund raising day. It was successful because of many people. We want to thank the people who gave donations, those who worked making the food and those who worked in the auction. It was a community effort. The sum total was $3,440.40. 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