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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Friday, February 1, 1991Herald Zeifufig, New Braunfels, Texas Pao> 7 Outn' about Livestock Show The 1991 San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo will kick off tonight at Joe and Harry Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio with a first run barrel futurity followed by a barrel derby in Horse Bam #2, followed by the Rodeo Kick-off, Concert and Dance in the People Place Tent. Jay Erie and Blicdcrs Creek, along with Damara Smith, and Many Stewart are on the bill at the pavilion on the west side of the coliseum. There’s a S3 charge for parking. There will be plenty of food and beverage stands. Admission to the dance is free, but a ticket must be presented at the entrance. Free tickets are available at all San Antonio Sound Warehouse locations, Po Folks, Gil’s Boots, Cross O Western Wear, Mobile Hi-Fi, and Lcbman’s Bam and tire Centers. The event is cosponsored by Van dc Wallc Farms Picantc Sauce and Blue Bonnet Palace. For more information, call KAJA-FM radio at 512-734-7301. Several trail rides begin Saturday, including the 28th annual Central Texas Trail Ride originating in South Austin and coming through Canyon Lake Sunday and New Braunfels Monday, and the Hill Country Trail Ride that goes through Bulverde Tuesday and Wednesday, and the Kerr Country Trail Ride that will stop in Bulverde Sunday and Monday. Horse shows continue through the weekend with livestock judging beginning Wednesday. Admission fees arc S3 for adults, $2 for senior citizens and Si for children under 12. Barbershop Chorus hosting 17th annual show The South Texas Sound Barbershop Chorus of the New Braunfels and Seguin area will hold its 17th annual show Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Jackson Auditorium on the Texas Lutheran College campus in Seguin. The area chorus will open the show with this year’s theme. “Songs of Dixie.’’ Local quartet 'Those Were the Days’ will then sing some of its favorite numbers. Also featured on the first half of the show is a barbershop group from New Braunfels High School under the direction of William Krctzmeier. Tickets for the show are $6 each and are available locally by calling Gary Wittenbom at 625-1331 or Dr. Don Kennady at 625-6226. Tickets also are available at the Jackson Auditorium Box Office. Following the show will be an “Afterglow" held at the Varsity Inn in Seguin. The public is invited to hear more quartet singing in an informal atmosphere. Maskenball mania The German American Society’s annual maskenball Dance will be at Elks Lodge, 353 S. Seguin Ave., Feb. 2 from 8 p.m. to midnight. This Mardi Gras “Kameval" costume dance will have some exciting changes this year, with fun for all who participate. The Grapes of Wrath will play waltzes, polkas, ballroom, rock’n’roll, and country and western music and there will be fun dances not requiring partners such as the Duck Dance, the Congo Dance and the Snowball. There will be trophies awarded as costume prizes in several categories. Tickets arc $6 al the door or $5 in advance from Old Townc Inn, 201 N. Loop 337; Centex Office Center, Courtyard shopping center; Chamber of Commerce, 390 S. Seguin; Hcnnc Hardware, 246 W. San Antonio St.; New Braunfels Juwclicr, 358 Landa St. Proceeds benefit the German American Society Scholarship Fund. For information, call Florence Rcidcl, 625-2760. or Elva Wenzel at 625-5420. Poetry contect Word weavers who delight in the magic of poetry arc invited to sharpen their wits and their pencils and enter the ninth annual Poetry Contest sponsored by The New Braunfels Ans Council. The Poetry Contest was combined with the first-ever Arts Olympics last year, but it returns this year with its own separate and unique identity. Each entrant may submit two poems maximum with a minimum of eight lines each. They may be on any subject and in any form except limerick. Name, address, phone number, grade or age category should be on the back of the poem. Age categories include grades 4-5, Middle School, High School, and Adult. The top winner in each category will receive S25. Complimentary passes from member organizations also will be given. Prizes will be awarded during the Second Annual Arts Olympics March 2. Entries must be postmarked by Feb. 7 to allow time forjudging and should be sent to Bcckic Kennedy, chairman, 1722 Sunny Brook Drive, New Braunfels, Texas 78130. At the Faust Multi-talented RJ. Verettc will be SKAT FCUi Tin - SF GUIN TNI Milt / <0 10 IC SAT ATT 1 dVV.tO SAT NITS IO-TO VT _ PAN TY INT O JA* J/SN at the Faust Hotel lounge tonight from 7 to 11 p.m. There’s no cover. If you want to soc him again Saturday, he'll be at The Tumbleweed on Babcock Road from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Arts Olympics entry deadline is Feb. 7 Notice is hereby given of the last lap for entering the Arts Olympics by the Feb. 7 deadline. It’s time to get in training and exercising the right side of the brain instead of the biceps. Sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council, the event is scheduled for March 2 at Memorial Elementary School on South Walnut Avenue to honor the artistic achievements in the community. The performing arts entrants will strut their stuff at 3 pan. on the Memorial stage. Visual arts entries will be judged that morning and will be displayed during the program. Entrants must be of amateur status and live in the New Braunfels or Comal independent school districts. Participants will compete against others on their age level — middle school, high school or adult — and will receive individual ratings based on a point system. Categories in the second annual I?®!??** Took who’s! TALKING TOO Arts Olympics include visual ut (two- and three-dimensional), dance (solo or ensemble), acting (solo or ensemble) and music (vocal or instrumental). The three highest-ranking entrants will be awarded a gold, silver or bronze medallion. Top winner also will receive a $25 cash award. Ribbons and passes from Greater New Braunfels Arts Council member organizations also will be given. Entry forms may be obtained from Rogers Music Company, New Braunfels Children’s Museum, or the Arts Center. School teachers also have entry forms. The entry forms include all necessary information and must be postmarked by Feb. 7. They should be mailed to the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council, P.O. Box 311171, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1171. Plus Squares dance on Tuesdays A new Plus Cub, “Plus Squares,” meets the first and third Tuesday of each month from 8 to IO p.m. at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 386 N. Casten. Caller is Jim Hayes. For more information, call 620-4543. Dear Abby Women’s Best Security Is Learning a Marketable Skill DEAR ABBY: I am a professional counselor at a large, urban community college. I am greatly disturbed by the number of women with few marketable skills whose husbands have left them after several years of marriage. Forgetting the moral issues involved. almost every woman has told me that either she was discouraged by her husband from obtaining meaningful employment, or she believed that the marriage would last forever and she would be well taken care of. In any event, few were prepared for more than a minimum-wage job that wouldn’t even pay for child care. I emphasize this w hen talking to female students, but I might as well be talking to a brick wall. Abby, please encourage your readers, especially the young females, to realize that their marriage has a 50-50 chance of breaking up. and that they should complete their educations be fore they have children so if their marriages fail, they can at least support themselves in a decent fashion. FRED EMERLING, Ph.D., FRESNO CITY COLLEGE. FRESNO, CALIF DEAR DR. EMERLING: I have been harping on that theme for as long as I have been giving advice. I repeat: Young women — learn a ahi ll, so you will never have to ask your husband, your father, your boyfriend or your government to take care of you. What teen-agen need to know about ae*, drufa, AIDS, and getting along with their peen and parent* is now in Abby’* updated, expanded booklet. "What Every Teen Should Know.” To order, send a long. buaineaa-aixe, teif-addreeeed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.S6 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Alday, Teen Booklet. P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IU. S1SS4. (Postage is included.) w GARRETT’S Steak Formerly Western Steer All - U- Can - Eat Friday— 4:30-10 PM Catfish-Popcorn Shrimp-Clams Clam-Chowder    ^ Dessert Daily Lunch Specials ROCK St ROLL WITH: Friday & Saturday Feb. 1st & 2nd No cover before 10:00 Open till 2 a.m. ■■ 7 Days a Week Comet of fM 306 A 2673 f64 3V»2 99 692-0313 Billage Biwitartvn liestaunnt it Bieroarten Located One Block from Schkttertahn Authentic German Food & Atmosphere "Entertainment tor the Whole Family' Friday Night Catfish Special WINTER HOURS I Open Fri. Sp rn | Saturday Ct Sunday 11 a.m. $495 5 p.m. to 8 p m All You Can Eat Sunday Buffet Ail You Can Eat Includes: Entrees, soup, salad bar, dessert & drink Biergarten Special Sat. Fab. 2 Bohemian Dutchmen Sat. Feb 9 Swingin’ Dutchmen For more Information Call 625-0815 Sat. Feb. 16 Utt’l Fishermen Sat. Feb. 23 Seven Dutchmen Joe & Harry FREEMAN COLISEUM FER. 6 • 17) 1991 Good Seats Still Available For: BARGAIN MATIN! I S \ IO 10 5 ti) DAU \ WALNUT 6 629-6400 Discount Lhiy I ut NI OO i rpl as Not* «1 MERMAIDS Alabama Feb. 6, 7:30 p.m. sponsored by Miller Lite Beer Shenandoah & Holly Dunn Feb. ll, 7:10 p.m. Kathy Matte* & Michael Martin Murphey Feb. 7, 7:10 p.m. Lee Greenwood Feb. 8. 7:10 p.m. The Oak Ridge Boy* Feb. 11, 7:10 p.m. Ricky Van Shelton Feb. 14. 7: IO p.m. Travis Tritt & Patty Lovele** Feb. IS, 7;K> p.m. Linda Roruudt Feb. 16, 1:00 p.m. hi 7: FO p.m. In I Concert *4 I nj ii ion ii Mc* tv an Son* (rotttfinf L*»* C .Hitpero* IV N*n Cent* Sold Out Performances: The Judds Fsb. 12, Rsba Mc Emirs aport aored by Area Chevy/GEO Dealer a Fab. 9, Garth Brooks Fab. 10, Clint Bleck soon acred by Budwelaer Fab. 17,1901. All-Around Championship Thrills Daily on the Grounds: six live entertainment stapes • livestock exhibits, judging A auctions • youth activities cantar • nightly dances featuring th# beet dance bande that Texes hee to ofter • children’s barnyard • milking parlor • pig races • armadillo races • Ag Expo • “Here Comes the Zoo" presents La La Koala end Friends • carnival midway opens February 1 • salute to the “special days " of Texas RODEO TICKET PRICES -Balcony Rows 1-7 - $11.00, Balcony Rows 8 -14 • $10.00, Balcony Bleachers 15-16 - $7.00 (Includes grounds admission) • all seats reserved - Tickets availaable at Joe & Harry Freeman Coliseum box office A all Rainbow Tkketmaster locations including HILB. Video Central, Sound Warehouse & Cross O Western Stores. To charge by phone MC/V1SA, call 1-800-749-9494 or (512) • 225-4237. Converueace end other charges art added at Rainbow locations and art eon-refundable. For additumel information call, (512) 224-3000 of (SIJ) 22S-42J7’ Bring empty container of Fotgers products es proof of purchase to box office or any Sen Antonio Ticket outlet and receive $3 off per ticket for the 1 PM Sat. Fab. 10 performance only. One ticket per proof of purchase, good while tickets lest. Discount dose not apply to gate admission. ;