Newspaper Archive of
The Message
Evansville, Indiana
February 12, 1993     The Message
PAGE 11     (11 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 11     (11 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 12, 1993
 

Newspaper Archive of The Message produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




12, 1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana zr00ember these faithful, leparted in your prayers lfield W. Beshears, 76, Clifford Gardner, 77, St. Emil Luebbehusen, 83, St. ity, Evansville, Jan. 2.  Rosary, Evansville, Jan. Blessinger, 45, St. , Ja, per, Jan. 15. ne, 40, St. Bene- Jan. 18. Briody, 81, St. Y, EVansville, Jan. 15. i fer Brockman, 30, Na- r.Vansville, Dec. 25. erine Brockreide, 82, theiLy, Evansville, Jan. ] "Y Lynn Brookover, 26, lep}, Evansville, Jan. !'Kitty" Busch, Heart, Evansville, ill Casper, 78, Precious Jasper, Jan. 26. ]h Bent, 91, St. John, ptee, Jan. 10. am Frankenberger, 71, lifat:e, Evansville, Jan. 1 rt ]rederick, 79, St. as lmgton, Jan. 7., 1 lie Gaesser, 102, St. Ch :isney, Jan. 28. ;11! RETL,ANT OEtlCIs GERMAN FOOD PRIME RIB CHARBROILED STEAQK ',OUNTRy FRIED CHICKEN FOOos , SALAD BAR :1 ROOM FOR PRIVATE PARTIES L YOU CATERING NDS, CALL 14 3 31 Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 16. Sister Aloysius Gutgsell, O.S.B., 90, Monastery Immac- ulate Conception, Ferdinand, Jan. 8. Celestia Hammerstein, 76, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Jan. 8. Edmund B. Heeke, 74, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 26. Othmar F. Herbig, 81, Holy Family, Jasper, Jan. 23. James Hohler, 58, St. Celes- tine, Celestine, Jan. 20. Chandler H. James, 93, St. Theresa, Evansville, Jan. 6. Kane Michael Johnston, in- fant, St. Agnes, Evansville, Jan. 20. Helen E. Keller, 71, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Jan. 20. Bertha Jane Kiesel, 67, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 1. Sidney A. Kolb, 73, Holy Trinity, Evansville, Jan. 13. lone Lehnen, 73, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 16. Mark J. Lewandowski, 28, St. Simon, Washington, Jan. 18. Ray J. Link, 97, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Jan. 29. Low Cost Mobile Home Skirting Painted Metal Panels 18 to 36 sq. 12' x 60' x 2' as low as $80,00 REJECT TECK INSULATION 3/4" $3.99 per 4 x 8 sheet ' 1" $4,99 per 4 x 8 sheet First Come, First Served No Backorders Davless Co. Metal Hyw. 50 E, Cannelburg. 4 mi. E. Montgomery 812-295-5770 Henry, St. Henry, Jan. 12. Anna Beth Martin, 3, St. Wendel, St. Wendel, Jan. 28. Margaret Martin, 70, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Jan. 24. Jean H. Matheis, 68, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 25. Anna Metheny, 82, St. Mary, Washington, Jan. 20. Paul J. Mindrup, 76, St. Theresa, Evansville, Jan. 28. Herman L. Moore, 81, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 1. Sister Feliciana Peters, 88, Monastery Immaculate Con- ception, Ferdinand, Jan. 9. William Pendelton, 68, St. Joseph, Evansville, Jan. 20. Louise Relleke, 99, St. An- thony, Evansville, Jan. 19. Columbia Roberts, 89, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 31. Anthony E. Rollett, 84, St. Agnes, Evansville, Jan. 30. Clemens Schnell, 72, Nativ- Betty Jean Schutter, 59, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, Jan. 20. Mary Ann Schwenk, 67, St. Mary, Ireland, Jan. 5. Linus Sergesketter, 79, St. Joseph, Jasper, Jan. 28. Aloysius H. "Ollie" Steiner, 95, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 6. Marie T. StumpL 98, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, Jan. 16. Thomas R. Walsh, 78, St. Simon, Washington, Jan. 6. Clarence Walker, 75, St. Mary, Washington, Jan. 20. Catherine Will, 87, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Jan. 6. James C. Welp, 76, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Jan. 31. Kurt L. Witte, 15, St. Mary, Ireland, Jan. 20. These obituary notices were submitted from parishes throughout the diocese. I Corrections In the Feb. 5 issue of the Message, David Meyer, a teacher at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, was in- correctly identified as John Meyer. Meyer was a winner of the 1992 Teacher of the Year award. The Message regrets the error. In the Jan. 29 issue of the Message, a paragraph from a letter was omitted from the special section entitled "Do You Remember Your Favorite Teacher?" The paragraph stated: Special teacher Marian Trapp, Good Shepherd School, Evansville. Mrs. Trapp is my math and science teacher. When I have questions, she always takes time to help. Thank you for being there for us. Troy Reynolds. I I Valentines Day: Saints and birdsgotday ROME (CNS) -- Couples Built in 1825 for Noon Day age Coach Stop & Trading Post ..- OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS HE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN INDIANA ILML}STNORTH OF EVANSVILLE OF US 41 ON OLD STATE ROAD 1 1 using Valentine's Day for extra huddling and cuddling owe their sharing of candies and kisses to a saint and some medieval bird watchers. Actually, it may be two saints. History is unclear as to whether Feb. 14 is the mar- tyrdom anniversary of one or two early Christians called Valentine. According to the double Valentine theory, one was a priest in Rome and the other a bishop of Terni, a city 60 miles from Rome. Both were beheaded during the third century on the road between the two cities. The single Valentine theory holds that they were the same person  a Roman priest who became bishop of Terni but that separate devotions In any case, the martyrdom ,  [ STAGE date got mixed up with lov- . ,.,, ',i, COACH 1 ' . "-,#'dl=._ :t [ STOP I btlne in thenal Iog Room " nat Abraham Lincoln was in i -in November 1844 DINNERs SERVED by.Ale 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 Evansville Telephone 867-3216 GENE and RITA ELPERS, proprietors LinCo Coffee Services Total Beverage Distributor Indiana - Illinois - Kentucky 46 Vafleties of Coffees and Teas WHATEVER YOUR TASTE, WE CAN MATCH IT Wuhon E 422-113 ii i i | ii1[ off to a start ing and doving because Feb. 14 coincided with the start of the mating season of the re- gion's birds. So, a medieval hallmark began in which peo- ple celebrated the date by sending love notes. Historically, there is evi- dence that at least one Valen- tine existed and was mar- tyred on the Via Flaminia between Rome and Terni dur- ing the persecutions .that marked the first centuries of Christian existence in Rome. In the fourth century, Pope Julius I built a basilica on the Via Flaminia over a tomb containing inscriptions sav- ing it was of a martyr called Valentine. Other historical records show that subsequent popes rebuilt the church on the site. Archeological digs over the centuries have turned up evi- dence that the site was a Christian cemetery. Evidence includes fragments of stone inscribed with the name Valentine. [ I III I I I I I To subscribe to the Message call 424-5536 II I 111 concerns of 11