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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 27, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 2A HerattZeRung New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Obituaries announces new promotions on papers staff Shelly EoffWomack Gary Carroll John Huseth The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung announced two staff additions and one promotion this HeraldZeitung Advertising Director Dee Dee Crockett announced the hiring of Shelly EoffWom ack to the sales staff effective this past Shelly is a native of New Braunfels and is a 1988 graduate of Canyon High She was for merly employed by the San Marcos Daily Record as a sales She will be working in general sales and special sections Managing editor Mark Lyon announced the pro motion of Gary Carroll to news Carroll has been a staff writer for the Herald Zeitung for the last six months after graduating from Texas with degrees in journalism and psychology in early Gary has shown the desire and capability to be a fine news said He has a good working knowledge of what is going on in our com munity and brings to the table a solid work He will do Lyon also announced the hiring of John Huseth as staff photographer effective this who was the HeraldZeitungs staff pho tographer from early 1992 through February has returned to the staff in the same He is a graduate of the University of Texas with a degree in John has an excellent eye for news and feature Lyon Sometimes the best stories are told through photos and Johns photos quite often tell it like it Karla also a photographer for the news will maintain a parttime position while working on two private business Water Watch Comal ft down 11 Edwards Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Lake Information or Water Watch Is provided dally by officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers Weather Thursday Partly cloudy with a chance of afternoon Lows In the highs In the upper Late night and early morning Lows in the highs in the 80s nearlng Saturday Late night and early morning clearing by after Lows In the 60s and highs In the upper 80s and low Sunday Chance of scattered and Isolated showers and thudner Lows in the highs in the 80s to A m I s MEXICAN CAFE We offer authentic Mexican dishes and handmade Dine If Take put Ask about deliveriesl 1836 Spur 3 New Braunfels BreaklastTacos 60811 01 6am 2pm 5pm 10pm 6am10pm Lunch I I I I I I I I Were Back Rafters open 7 i Nobodys Bldnesi Time 69 629 BEER May 28 INQCENErA May 29 KICKOFF Party Door opens at F1KST TejunoNight Club 262 Jahn 6259716A6206692 GIFT BOOKS WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut SUMMER DRESS SALE 50 OFF sizes 4 18 petites available May 28th 29th Discover Willis Town N Travel Fashions Landa Plaza Shopping New Braunfels 6254218 Times good thru cHARLIE SHEEN 1 5 SATSUN OTHER DAYS KLINE AVE fttKRTICDrOND SATSUN SLIVER SATSUN OTHER DAYS SATSUN DRHDOn rue RMVW i n rmov OTHER DAYS L THE BRUCt la 8TQBY 440 94Sv CHUCK note BO oios oi BRAUNTEX 025441 1 290 W San Antonio 00 ALL SHOWS 00 Ota Li Ola Langendoiff of New Braunfels died at on Wednesday May at the age of Services are scheduled for Fri May 28 at 2 at the Deep penschmldt Funeral Home In New Braunfels conducted by the Fred Martin of New with burial to follow at the Bunion Ceme tery In Texas at 4 the daughter of Elijah Thomas Lackey and Mary Ionia bom was preceded In death by her hus band Langendorff Sr who died In Langendorff was a member of the First United Methodist a member of the New Braunfels Retired Teachers the Mission Valley Homemakers Order of the Eastern Star Chapters and the Mary Circle of the First United MEthodist Langendorff taught school in Comal County at Misfon Valley School from 1929 to in Bexar County rural schools from 1934 to 1956 and at Northeast in San Antonio form 1956 to 1968 before retiring from Goodwin Primary after teaching there from 1968 to Langendorff is survived by her son John Clifton Langendorff Jr and his wife Jean of New Braun brother Charlie Lackey of New Braunfels and dose friend Jer ry Thwlng of New Langendorff also was survived by four 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