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10, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana art[,uouglas Ayer, 22, St. , u'hrisnev Dec. 22. go00'00Y00aker, S, >h,,, L,,o 13' ' uec. 17. kenl. Berer 45 Sl ose)h "Per, bec. l ' ' . 1 , ,t , 'eneth B Ber man 3 St  n h  g , ,:, , . ;e ,gvansvilh: Dec. 24. I,--,'era. ld Bonifer' 64 St Mary "'elitlld ,, .... . , , , rov. 24. [,oni Breivogel, 51, St. r::: Evansville, Dec:. 9. L. Burke, 63 St. Joseph, r. Schulte dies Dec. 20 L b 'erVices for S'."  i sc" " , islet Ma'y vl,h,a. 1 Schulle O.S.B., 95, 13e' aied Dec. 20, were held lily, Z2 at Monaslery hnmac- ilh OnCeplion, Ferdinand, "' uurial in the monaslery q: d er Schulte was the of Augusl and Atom Schulle of St. She entered the Con- n of the Sisters of St. in 1925 from St. parish in Rackporl. la 0 he her final vows in te celebrated 60 years af r{ gious profession in yi he was a teacher for 25 di, ' he tauuhl at St. Bene- I;',FIIY ledeemer, St. c, pn and St. Theresa in Ols, all in Evansville, and UUnt Vernon ue also se" iv, s- nv(d m support- ' urvices in S('hnellville, l Anthony and Washington. i ;lerOatributinss in lnemory ot : i. chulte may be made ,ue Sisters of Sl.'Ben'edicl. " Please remember these faithful departed in your prayers last)er, Dec. 31. Gerald Christopher, 51, Holy Name, BhJomfield, De(:. 29. Maxine S. Cline, 74, St. Simon, Washinglon, Dec. 14. Nelle Crane, 92, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Dec. 1. Vincent H. 'Jim' Eckerle, 75, St. losel)h, laspe, r, Dec. 29. William I. Feagans, 77, St. Peter, Montgomery, De(:. 6. Edward I. Fischer, 81, St. An- thony, St. Anthony, De(:. 6. Royas Fouqerouse, St. Joan of Arc, Jasonville, Nov. 26. Honora K. Geyer, 89, St. Simon. Washington, Dec. 11. Anna Gogel, 84, St. losel)h, Dale, Nov. 29. Mildred J. Haas, 68, Sacred Heart, Schne]lville, Nov. 28. Esther S. Hasenour, 84, St. Joseph, Jasper, Dec. 24. Bruce Healh('olle, 52, Sacred 1 teart, Ewmsville, De(:. 27. Helen l-lohler, 90, St. Joseph, Jasper. l)ec. 26. Paul I. Hopf, 80, S1. Joseph, Sr. Malloy dies Dec. 24 Services for Sister Kathleen Malloy S.P., 81, who died Dec. 24, we, re held Dec. 28 at St. Mary-of-the-Woods, with burial in the convent cemetery. Sister Malloy entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Providence in 1928 and made her final vows in 1936. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Provi- dence, including Assumption and Sacred Heart schools in Ewmsville. Jasper, Dec. 5. Pauline lamesl 97, St. Joseph, Evanvi]le, Dec. 15. Wilfred M. Kiesel, 70, Sis. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, Dec. 22. loseph Kraka, 87, St. Joan of Arc, Jasonvilh;, De(:. 11. Clara Lange, 88, St. Henry, Dubois County, Dec. 18. Clotiida H. Laval, 97, Chrisl the King, Evansville, De(:. 1. Elizabeth Marx, 86, Resurrec- tion, Evansville, l)ec. 7. Agnes McDonald, St. Boniface, Evansvi]]e, Dec. 26. Rose Mary Mehling, 93, St. Joseph, Evansville, Dec. 13. Otto Mehringer, 78, Precious Blood, lasper, De(:. 3. lsidore Merkley, 81, Sacred Heart. Schnellville, Dec. 10. Susan E. Nash, 85, Old Cathe- dral, Vincennes, De(:. 28. Ella ()wens, 80, St. Bernard, Rockport, Nov. 24. Camilla Rayhill, 71, St. Simon, Washington, De(:. 31. i i m |  Peoples Trust Company 59 SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 I HELP WANTED CHILD C ARE NEEDED for my 9- month old daughter in my Evansville Eastside home. Full-time lhru Feb, part-time thereafter. 476-8228 NOVENAS Thank you St. Jude for petition granted. T.M.D. Murel L. Roach, 69, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Dec. 30. Irene Rohleder, 87, St. Mary, Huntingburg, De(:. 10. Leroy Singleton, 65, St. Joseph, Evansville, De(:. 13. Wilhurn Sitzman, 72, Holy Spirit, Evansville, De(:. 28. Selma Steckler, 89, St. Bene- di(:/, Evansville, Dec. 4. lames Leo Steiner, 55, St. Peter, Montgomery, Dec. 13. Helen M. Thuis, 91, Sacred Hearl, Vincennes, De(:. 10. Mardell Turnbloom, 72, Holy Spirit, Evalasville, De(:. 7. giles Uebelhoer, 96, St. Mary, H mat inghurg, Dec. 12. Albert I. 'Frank' Vonder- schmidt, 69, St., Jasper, De(:. 14. Cecelia B. Walker. 85. St. Peter, Montgomery, Nov. 27. George Wathen. 72. St. Bene- dicl, Evansville, De(:. 1. Pairicia Elaine Wazny. 68, Good Shepherd, Ewmsville. Dec. 11. Edward C, Weiler. 83, Old Cathedral, Vincennes. Dec. 30. Virginia A. Welp. 77, St. An- thony, St. Anthony, Dec. 6. Ruth Wilson, 55. St. Rupert, Red Brush, Dec. 5. Buford Joseph Wilz, 67, St. Simon, Washington. Dec. 20. Gary Well 54. Sacred Heart. Evansville, Dec. 27. RUXER 00URY 00:LE D :b: :TC ?unty00B: nk 1 MILE EAST OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD LOG STAGE " COACH 1,4, . STOP Dine in the Original Log Room that Abraham Lincoln was in -in November 1844 DINNERS SERVED by Ala Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More Draught Beer - Wine - Cocktails DINING ROOM SEATING 500 Serving Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p,m. Tuesday - Saturday Closed Sunday and Monday Vansville Telephone 867-3216 and RITA ELPERS Pro JAMES JETT & ASSOCIATES Realty & Insurance 473-4005 524 S. Green River Rd. Evansville, IN 47715 Come hear what the Word is saying to your parish! UITLE ROCK SCRIPIURE STUDY WORKSHOP Sponsored by the Office of Religious Education Diocese of Evansville Februmy 22, 1992 Catholic Center, Evansville For more h@rmation or to register, contact Sister Mary Emma Jochum, O.S.B. Office of Religious Education P.O. Box 4169 Evansville, IN 47724-0169 Phone: (812) 424-5536 or (800) 637-1731 11 children their families," Mother Teresa rec0vering  Mother Teresa, 8.1, cele- brated her 63rd anniversary as a nun, Jan. 5, in the La lolla, Calif., hospital where she was recovering from heart problems and pneu: monte. Dr. Patricia Atbanel told reporters Mother Teresa started badgering her again,!o be allowed tO go home to theMissi0n2 aries of Charity house in Tijuana, Mexico. tithe !heir Christrha[ 'collection to the poor received a largely pos- itive response, A survey of 247 of [he archdiocese s parishes showed that 172 were ing a were not participating, and 13 said they would decide in January. Racism acknowledged Declaring of racism is alive" in William H Moines asked Catholics in to chan the attitudes of Iowans to- ward minorities. Collaborationist aided evade justice was