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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment I hursday. July 2 198/ Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas PageHear ‘n There Bulverde Library hosting book sale The Bulverde Public Library will sponsor a used book salt* which will include a group of collectables ,lul\ 4 at the Lion s Club celebration, which will be held at the Bulverde Corn triunity Center The library will also host a drawing that night for a quilt made b\ Kila Nelson The paste! lug cabin quilt, assembled in the barn raising design, is a king-size quilt rickets may tx* purchased at the library or at the celebration The library cookbook also will be ' $ai*‘ the Bulverde Public Library offers inter-loan services for its patrons and plans to continue the story tutu throughout the summer Hie library now ha-\4 ■ > ■ bv Colleen McCullough i by I ars Mi-Muitry ,%• ’\x 'Hi by James (dave I s' n ■ s.* by Tom Clancy Folk life* Festival tickets available Adv anet* tic kets frn til e 16th annua I exas Folkhfi •Festival Aug *> 9, wit «' dll s;(k* ' |IM' Til tilt I till I at I Of 1 ” VO Tickets Jim jHUM M y! % .J Alums it ic I ode UFI t»r* h **r> Slur 1*^ in ,*«i Nan Antonio. and Boen ne; all Sear stares. Bro >k ,s. Kellv I Randolph Air F >rce Bs* Houston So uthwest J st 11 Ute US A A I FSA Bursar s af flee, UT Heal iii Science ( enter New and Inform* i ti on Of fit * and til Institute of T exas ('ult arts st* *re the main exhi bit floor Adv an* e t it kets ar e 14 if) ’ adults .Hi * en ts for chiU Iren ages <> t 12. and free for t Fillet ren under f I it kets at the • gates are I for adult* s; for chi Ider i ages 6 ti: > 12. and fr«* for children under k i 'oupon book auto are av ail able For more mfonnati* •ti. write th J- ak life F * st ivai. Instil [ut* d Texa i alture*, P * i i Box 1228 . San Antoni( booths with a variety of ethnic favorites. I lam es are held each night with bands and family entertainment includes everything from mariachis to German oompah and children’s hows Arts and crafts and general exhibits as well as a carnival round out the fun. Other events include the Miss South Texas Pageant, a fireworks ii splay, the Firecracker Open Golf Tournament, softball and volleyball tournaments, the Jaycees’ Cannonball H i Road Rally and a model ait plane meet San Marcos hosts July Fourth fun Summerfest, San Marcos’ annual July 4 celebration, will again mean tun fur the entire family. From food mouths and entertainment at Southwest Texas state University s Sewed Park on the banks of the San Marcos River to tube races arui an illununatt I river parade to a fireworks exhibition, Summerfest 8 means an enjoyment of some of the Rural rev. sir m San Marcos Food booth sponsors will begin setting up their booths at 4 p iii Saturday At 1 p u, , tile first Sum murkest tub* rat * will 'tart ,n th* Sew el park side *t Limes-st* Drive ridge Sp<<* ' led t)\ Sa’ Marcos N I *ns i lub, the ra* es are rn eight divisions four d four women’s according sign-up begins 30 minutes ■ rat e starts i rn, Waterloo Jazz Band San Marcos High St hot. et t r Phil Armstrong and I musicians At 7 p rn a lei Impromptu from San all begin a 50-nunute set p rn lo a1 artist I la im I ■ »!a fined parade. Summeriest Texas 7f?*M *r all TS • Seguin Freedom Fiesta July 4 The J- .ut? * V. > S' Freedom J sesta and t three full tin vs aiel .aet.fallen IT* July eaflv I 'HHK Freedom J approxtmateh T. years in Did Seguin and ha** si nm the present tire* w Rh events scheduled ail I ** a1 urgamtations - SKATE CENTER - SEQUIN OPEN FRI NITE 7 30 10:90 BIOC NOW AVAIL BAT NITTI FOA PAIVATf A AATI* I ITC J (SKATING OW NON SKATING! RENTAL INFO: 372 BOOP fSnSt m * I 'Sui tar 'n- Si«: * in itirr Enc Hoknenan I The Offbeats lee Roy Parnell At| VI Fjfrr ’ Mf* I it Hi* rn • ' ' S I S'f*? Uses •tm ut mt 'S x ti* I DM (Un*r 62r> til 12 Chicken Fresh Fish I 287 t ti ur nr KU 3^*5ttCSTAUdJIN' Open after the fireworks until ll pan. Enjoy I ive entertainment in our outdoor bar... OHI NAI ll 30 AM 625 06M ■ - ............. MICHAEL J FOX SUCCESS \! A UBII *| M % A , PH. I OM I Im ll > ? (Mi 4 UXI : IMI I IHI All Seats $2 JHI! mills i IU« *o Mon rn *«' VlaHin. Pa'vtttiiiniRhl ^ o cu Iii ^ nim * ii 1»imm“* I Nupei luau IN No * » Hie A. Si inn Dwarfs^ Turxdm* Kid S h !* w)l I ItTT UvTTslTl I I ll <T I n ll am A 1 |.m Dear Abby will continue at Bobcat Stadium for the fireworks exhibition Gruene Hall Entertainment for the Fourth of July weekend at Gruene Hall. 1801 Hunter Road, includes Erie Hokkenan and The Offbeats Friday from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday's fun features Lee Roy Parnell from 9 p rn. to I a rn. and Sunday will have Robert Keen from 5 to 9 p m Next weeks entertainment begins on Tuesday with Steve james Chicceti from 7:30 to 11.30 p.m. and Mark Luke Daniels on Wednesday from 7 30 to 11:30 p in For more information. Call 625-0142. Knox Landing Knox landing, a restaurant and bar at 114 US 81 F. . will host Hot n Dusty Saturday from 9 p rn to I a.m. Knox landing serves breakfast, lune h and dinner. Wolfgang s Keller Nightly entertainment at A lUangs Keller. 295 F! San An-tnnio, features Hill Knight on tilt piano Knight s performances usually begin between 8 JO and . each evening W Ifgang s Nerves lunch daily fr**m 11:30 ain to 2 pm and dinner on weekdays from 6 to IO pm and weekends until IO 30 Bluebonnet Palace On Juiv 17, Eddie Babbitt will be bringing his special country music to South Texas and on Aug 29. Bluebonnet Palace will h*>st the Forester Sisters Doors pen at 7 p rn and there are no pre-tic ket sate* Brave souls can participate in the live bull-riding contests each Frtdav md Saturday nights beginning at IO p in Stay tuned for more information about the Professional Rode Cowboys Association Rodeo Sept 18 and 19 at the palace Faithfuls Are Out in Front In National Fidelity De'by DEAR ARBA My husband and I sent a postcard in response to your survey asking “Have you ever cheated on your mate?" Please tell us hew that survey is coming BO TH FAITH Kl L IN JUNEAU. ABASK A DF. AR FA I TH FUL:    The    re- sponge has been overw helming! So far the results show that not everybody is cheating. Far from it! I he scales are tipped in favor of the "faithfuls.” Most “faithfuls' are over IO, and have linen together for 25 year*- or longer. I he eldest couple has been married for 72 years. He’s ill and she’s HH I he youngest have been married 3 months He’s 21. shes lf!. Al re men than women admitted !>< ( heating I ve been asked “Can ;t be that the wom«n are lying and the men ir* bragging?” To wha h I - "{>< > :    I* *    : ,• ar . ilo-r* - reason to In m an .mom mons when out of tile blue he called rn* and asked to see me again We met n a parking lot That night, sitting in his car. he took me in his arms and we both knew that old feeling was still then * know i still love him. and he said lie still loves me This has bein going on for nine months at leas! once a month (No sex involved I vc never done anything like the*- before and he said he never had either We can t believe this is happening t<> us aft* r ta years We’ve both been married ! »r 41 years I would never leave my husband for him and he would never leave ii - wife All we want to d*> is meet occasionalh and hold each other in <*ur arms and experi feeling again I am 63 Last 1 in< •• for those w h* would Tim-lob* » part if this surs • > Send * lette- r postcard t* Abby -Survey, I ii Box 447 A1 un t M rn.** Ill H1Q54 Please indicate whether you are male or female, your age. and how long you've been together You need not sign your name DHAR ABBA Back in ISM2 when I wa> is vears old. I had an affair He was JI It lasted two years W rid AN ir II was raging He went to war and we went our separate wav* I never forgot him I married someone else and had two children Ut- married and had ! *ur Although we lived in the 'am*' town. we never saw each other until three year* ago when wi not iiv chance in ti i rug st* re AA» spok* briefly about w hat we had been doing in the past. said g >di » and never "aw each other again, until nine months ago IIIIIIIIIOIIIIIIIIIIM' lltl.l.llllllllOIIIIIIINJ ZZ    SEGUIN    ZZ ZZ! It A 4 Ut    ZZ ZZ sj i i Satunla\. JtiK lib    ~~ Q THE GOOLAKS = 'I IMI t«i | IMI o I #>r Heserv at loll* ( all tru iMMlJ IIOIIIIIIIIIIIOIHIIIIIIIIilOIIIIIIIIIIIIIOII New Braunfels tjgj Art League Gallery v Walnut Square Shopping Center 10% Off Art Sale Arts & Crafts Demonstrations W ork ^ V 4th ANNUAL JULY 4th DANCE * Wurstfest Grounds New Braunfels, Texas July 4.1987 7:00p.m.*l :00a.rn. Featuring: COUNTY LINE and a special appearance by-recording star GARY BONNETT Admission: $4.00Children under 12: $2.00 Sponsored by the New Braunfels Jaycees < you r<    still in » “holding pattern.    Personally, I think sun < heading for trouble Bu since vou asked for no advice I shall offer none. I »<» villi hHle to writ*' I*'tiers be* hu.i* you don t know what to say? I hank vo»i re •*• sympathy letters, congratu limns an ' how to write an interesting et I * r arr rn* turfed iii Abby s booklet How to Write betters for All Orca slims ' s..rid $2.5(1 and a long. a tam ped latent* self addressed envelop, to I fear Abby, Letter Booklet, P O Box i 17, Mount Morris 111 61054.) encl' that and ii*- is TRUE STORY. KEEP ME NAMELESS DEAR I RI E STORA : Write again in a year and let me know EE FIESTI :.r> J I lf In • 3 72-til hi snfurrily . July i 9:00 tit I APO U| IMO wO| $A int hi nit In i italian s>untlny . 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