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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Entertainment May New Texas Page 7A Briefly Dear Abby Spring Art Show May 23 and 24 Memorial Day weekend in New Braunfels means the annual Spring Art Show will be in full bloom once Sponsored by the New Braunfels Art the show and sale will be held in the Civic 380 May 23 from 10 to 7 and May 24 from 10 to 5 Visitors will find art works of all types pen and sculpture and crafts rang ing from pottery to wood to Country crafts will be in Jewelry will also be and much Artists and craft smen will also be demonstrating their Door prizes will be given hourly with a grand prize of a personally signed Dalhart Windberg framed print to be given at the close of the Admission is Artist Schissler to be Art League guest Carin Schissler of Austin will be the guest demonstrator at the May 19 meeting of the New Braunfels Art League at 7 in the Arts 646 Walnut Working in she will demonstrate glazing to achieve an old masters The agenda also includes the judg ing of high school student posters designers to promote the upcoming Spring Art Show to be held May 23 and 24 in the Civic The meeting is open to the While the Art League has its art show and sale at theCivic the Arts Center Gallery will be turned over to the students of New Braunfels Smithson Valley Canyon High and New Braunfels Middle School for their own art May 23 from ib to 5 The featured artist at the Arts Center Gallery for May is Virginia Her oil paintings depict land cityscapes and still The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 to 5 Bulverdes Klabunde to represent Hermann Sons Mary Ann Klabunde of a member of the Grand Lodge Laws Committee of the Order of the Sons of Hermann in will represent the Grand Lodge Saturday at the annual recital of the Hill Country Hermann Sons School of Beginning at 7 the recital will be held at the Smithson Valley High School with 49 students performing under the direction of their teacher Joni Forster of Klabunde will greet the students and their parents and make a brief address concerning the activities of the statewide frater nal benefit society whose head quarters are in San Hermann Sons sponsors 35 tuition free schools of dance for its junior members age 3 to 18 and operates a youth summer camp near Comfort for junior members age 9 through Barbershoppers sponsoring guest night The Barbershop harmony singers of the New Braunfels chapter are holding a guest night on May 28 at the First Baptist corner of Cross and Santa Clara Guests will hear an introduction to the American art form of fourpart receive an initial voice placement and be afford ed the opportunity to participate in both chorus and quartet The One and Only Quartet will perform as well as the South Texas Sound chorus as part of the evenings enter All area men who like to sing are invited to attend The New Braunfels chapter is part of the largest mens singing groups in the The member organization of the Society of the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in has more than 800 the United States and These groups present countless concerts all year attend conven tions and competitions throughout North America and sing for local organizations in their This nonprofit organization raises thousands of dollars each year in sup port of the Institute of their Unified Service under the We that they shall For more contact Gary 262 Oelkers His telephone number is Lockhart prepares for Chisholm Trail Roundup Lockhart is throwing a great big party this weekend and youre in its the 15th annual Chisholm Trail Roundup slated for today through Sunday at City Park on US 183 Carnival arts and crafts and food booths open at 5 the same time that shut tle buses start their runs from the courthouse Opening night highlights include the first of four reenactments of the Battle of Plum Crrek in a brandnew coronation of the CTR queen and her and a Saturdays events include a meter the Grand Parade downtown at Old Time Fid dlers Chili horseshoe two more Battle and continuous enter tainment in the booth Rides and booths open at Saturday nights dance will get under way at 9 On activities begin at noon and include the final Battle reenact the barbecue and entertainment throughout the Closing out the festivities will be Sun day evenings Purchase of a CTR button brings free rides on the shuttle bus and reduce admission prices to the The button will also be good for reduced admission to the Lockhart Kiwanis Rodeo to be held in June at Lockhart State For more contact Lockhart Chamber of Woman Short on Patience For Friend Short of Cash DEAR ABBY After 15 I am ending a Why Because when I go out with my she is always short of and I end up paying part or all the my friend was short Would I buy the tickets for the movie so she who had skipped dinner could buy some food at the concession stand I short of money at the concession would I give her a couple of dollars so she could eat I her car needed She just sat there waiting for me to I Her checkbook was in her other I was this scenario has repeated itself innumerable I have reminded my friend of how much she owes but never never has she repaid me one cent over the Last night was the last I just made up my mind that I could not afford to treat her every time we were She earns as much as but shes always I have lost all respect for And from now on when she calls and asks if we can get together for a dinner or a night I am going to be Am I wrong FED UP IN MINNEAPOLIS DEAR FED UP You are not wrong for being fed up with her constant But you would be wrong to say youre busy when youre She needs to hear the Tell her you are tired of picking up the It might And if it you havent lost any DEAR ABBY Ive been married to a Chinese woman for over 15 I am not and 1 neither speak the language nor understand on the other is fluent in Chinese and has many lady friends who come here to visit Invariably she and her Chinese friends will carry on conversations in Chinese in front of which I find They are able to speak but Chinese is their first I have told her it bothers but she still does so I just leave the Your LEFT OUT IN HESPERIA DEAR LEFT OUT For two O o May 15th 812 Rob Watkins May 16th 91 Johnny Dee the Rocket 88s May 17th18 Mark Luke Daniels Band 6250142 THE COPPINI ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS What 25th Annual Juried Show Where Coppini Gallery and Garden 115 Melrose Place San Antonio When May 17 1 to 6 g The show is FREE and open to the SMWCWCMSSW annnraaii aa n aan tnrmnnrg a a a a a a flfla 7 9 Now Featuring Lunch Specials Starting at Frozen Margaritas with Chips Sauce All Bay Every Day Located at 690 South Walnut across from Kentucky Fried Chicken ilauarian Ullage New Braunfels Oldest and Finest Restaurant and Biergarten located 1 Block from Landa Resort and Sclilitlerbalin Sunday Buffet All you can eat Closed Monday Includes Said Dessert Drink 16 Hi Toppers Coming June 6th 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