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4 January 8, 1988 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 I I Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Vernon Bledsoe, 64, Loogootee, Dec. 10. Inez Bradley, 77, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 30. Velma Burris, 70, St. Mary, Washington, Dec. 24. Agnes Laveda Brown, 89, St. John, Loogootee, Dec. 17. ,p, 00est's father dies at age 64 Services for Arthur Kurzen- doerfer, 64, who died Dec. 30, were held Jan. 2 at St. Benedict Church, Evansville. He was the father of Father Mark Kurzendoerfer. Also surviving are his wife, Loretta; and his daughters, Laura, Susan, Marianne and Jane. and his sons, Dennis, Dan, Stephen and Bryan. Sister Raney dies Dec. 20 Services for Sister Angelica Raney, 89, who died Dec. 20, were held Dec. 23 at St. Mary- of-the-Woods, with burial in the convent cemetery. Sister Raney entered the Con- gregation of the Sisters of Pro- vidence in 1914 and made her fia vows in 1924. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Providence in- cluding Memorial High School, Evansville; St. John School, Loogootee; St. Rose Academy, Vincennes; and St. Simon School, Washington. Sister Gonner :'dies Dec. 17 Services for Sister Laurence Gonner, 86, who died Dec. 17, were held Dec. 19 at St. Mary- of-the-Woods, with burial in the convent cemetery. Sister Gonner entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Providence in 1922 and made her final vows in 1930. She taught in schools staffed oy the Sisters of Providence in- cluding Memorial High School, Evansville. Catherine Burke, 82, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 2. Kathy Carrico, 34, St. Martin, Whitfield, Dec. 11. Minnie F. Chappell, 85, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Dec. 26. Ruth Cox, 63, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 8. Bernadine David, 79, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Dec. 28. Elsie Devoy, 55, Evansville, Dec. 8. George Deyss, 75, Holy Trinity Pro-Cathedral, Evansville, Dec. 11. Hubert Dilger, 83, Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Dec. 16. Bertram Dearie, 84, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 8. Timothy Durnin, 24, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Dec. 17. Marie Echert, 63, St. Joseph, Evansville. Bertha Eckert, 97, Holy Trini- Ima Kanady, 64, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, Dec. 7. Loretta Kastner, 80, Holy Rosary, Evansville. Veronica Kercher, 85, St. An- thony, Evansville, Dec. 28. Francis Klueh, 51, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 21. Bradley Kochersperger, 14, St. Bernard, Rockport, Dec. 23. Arthur Kurzendoerfer, 64, St. Benedict, Evansville, Dec. 30. Othmar Lorey, 75, Precious Blood, Jasper. Irene Mahan, 83, St. Simon, Washington, Dec. 10. Lorena Metz, St. Celestine, Celestine, Dec. 13. Mildred Miller, 82, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Dec. 14. Henrietta Minton, 67, St. Boniface, Evansville, Dec. 22. Herman Muehlbauer, 73, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Dec. 9. Ralph Parson Sr., 67, St. ty, Evansville, Dec. 22. Gertrude Eckert, 75, Holy Peo Family, Jasper, Dec. 27. Marie Egler, 72, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, Dec. 2. Father Raymond Egler, 91, St. Benedict, Louisiana, Dec. 14. Gerdon Feagans, 74, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 28. Genevieve Fellows, 75, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 21. Leo T. Fischer, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, Nov. 25. Bertha Flagle, 89, Washington, Dec. 16. Rosella Fritch, 74, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 2. Theresia A. Gehlhausen, 91, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Dec. 11. Albert Hailer, 73, Evansville, Dec. 10. Kenneth Harrington, 69, Washington, Dec. 4. Veronica Head, infant, Evansville, Dec. 22. Ruth Ann Heichelbech, 66, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 3. Emil J. Heitz, 89, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Dec. 11. Joe Henderson, 74, Holy Rosary, Evansville. Rose Hochgesang, 95, Holy Family, Jasper, Dec. 18. Clara Hell, St. Anthony, Evansville. Alice Humphrey, 81, St. James, Haubstadt, Dec. 15. Rosie Jochem, 85, St. Henry, Dubois County, Dec. 26. Marie Johnson, 83, St. Agnes, Evansville, Dec. 17. Elsie Jones, 87, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Dec. 21. Theresa, Evansville, Dec. 30. Dorothea Peek, 85, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Dec. 28. Martha Pickle, 63, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 18. Frederick Qualkenbush, 62, Vincennes, Dec. 8. Millard Quinzer, 67, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh, Dec. 9. Aloysius Reine, 77, St. Theresa, Evansville, Dec. 22. Viola Rosenberger, 85, St. Boniface, Evansville, Dec. 20. David Rotman H, infant, Lin- ton, Dec. 3. Bertha Schlomer, 65, St. John the Baptist, Vincennes, Dec. 18. Michael Seib, 89, Evansville, Dec. 20. Theresa Seth, 85, Holy Trinity, Evansville. Lawrence Seiler, 72, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Dec. 22. Sister Mary Florence Seng, 80, Immaculate Conception, Ferdi- Continued from page lZ FORMER EVANSVILLE Memorial football coach Gene Logel was inducted into the In- diana Football Hall of Fame in May. The girls' soccer team at Memorial High School, Evansville, won the state title for their school. Fred Williams was the coach. The boys' soccer 1987 Continued from page 14 positions on religious freedom, ecumenism and liturgical reform. The pope named Car- dinal Edouard Gagnon, head of the Pontifical Council on the Family, to represent him in talks with the archbishop and team came in second in the state. Bill Vieth was the coach. Washington Catholic won the Knights of Columbus Council 565 Diocesan Basketball Tourney on Feb. 28. The team defeated St. John, Newburgh. The team from Holy Rosary, Evansville, won the fifth and sixth grade tourney. St. Wendel placed second. his followers. WITHIN THE U.S. Catholic Church, two major internal disputes which had dominated the news the previous year re- mained in the news, but far less than before. Sister Seng dies Dec. 24 Services for Sister Mary Florence Seng, 80, who died Dec. 24, were held Dec. 28 at Convent Immaculate Concep- tion, Ferdinand, with burial in the convent cemetery. Sister Seng was a native of Celestine. She was a member of the Ferdinand Benedictine community for 62 years and celebrated her diamond jubilee in 1985. She taught in schools in SChnellville, St. Anthony, Fer- dinand, Celestine, Fulda, Mon- tgomery and. Haubstadt. Surviving are two brothers, Ben of Dubois and Edward of Jasper, and a niece, Sister Paulette Seng. nand, Dec. 24. Bertha Schlomer, St. John, Vincennes. Arleen Shrode, 92, St. An- thony, Evansville. Curtis Sims, 69, Washington, Dec. 5. Kristin Skaggs, infant, Evansville, Dec. 29. William Swan Jr., 50, St. John the Baptist, Vincennes, Dec. 11. Arthur Tepool, 71, St. Boniface, Evansville, Dec. 8. William Thyen, 65, St. Theresa, Evansville, Dec. 14. Laura Utt, 86, St. John, Vincennes, Dec. 11. Dorothy Wathen, 84, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Dec. 7. Frances Wendholt, 89, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Dec. 23. Matilda White, 87, St. An- thony, Evansville, Dec. 8. August Wulf, 83, St. Bernard, Rockport, Dec. 29. 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