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March 4, 1988 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Remember these faithful departed in your prayers Helen Adler, 88, St. Theresa,, Evansville, Feb. 9. Emma Anslinger, 91, Holy Trinity, Evansville, Feb. 10. Margaret Bailey, 67, St. Mary, Sullivan, Jan. 27. Dennis Balbach, 34, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Feb. 6. Carl Bassler, 73, St. Mary, Washington, Feb. 25. Thomas Blair, 74, Sacred :'Heart, Vincennes, Feb. 17. Anna Boehm, 84, St. John Chrysostom, New Boston, Feb. 24. Henry Brandsasse, 75, St. Boniface, Evansville, Feb. 8. Catherine Brewer, 93, St. Patrick, Corning, Feb. 19. Cletus Carie, 77, St. Thomas, Knox County, Feb. 22. Leo Carie, 59, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Feb. 20. Dr. Chris Cullnane, 81, Sacred trt, Evansville, Feb. 8. '-largaret DeWitt, 90, Holy Trinity, Evansville, Feb. 11. Marie Dietsch, 74, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Feb. 11. Zelma Eberhard, 76, St. Theresa, Evansville. James Ellison, 75, Holy Trini- ty, Evansville, Feb. "1. Shelby Fergnson, 79, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Feb. 12. Father Geoffrey Gaughan, 63, St. Meinrad, Feb. 14. Helen Graf, 80, Evansville, Feb. 17. Carol Gray, 52, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Feb. 15. Martha Hardesty, St. Benedict, Evansville, Feb. 24. Anthony Hasenour, 74, St. Celestine, Celestine. Clara Heeke, St. Raphael, Dubois, Feb. 17. Henry Hirsch, 73, St. Benedict, Evansville, Feb. 18. Anna Jackson, 92, St. Simon, Washington, Feb. 15. Alida Jacqmain, 93, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Feb. 15. Anna Jackson, 92, St. Simon, Washington, Feb. 15. Johnnie Jennings, 53, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Feb. 4. George Johnson, 76, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Feb. 20. Mary Kaiser, 88, St. John, Newburgh. Minnie Kaiser, 73, Precious Blood, Jasper. Hermandine Keller, 87, St. Simon, Washington, Feb. 4. Anna Marie Kempf, 92, St. Raphael, Dubois, Feb. 11. Lucille Kernell, 79, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Jan. 20. Arnold Kremp, 87, Precious Blood, Jasper, Feb. 18. Helen Kronnshek, 66, St. Mary, Washington, Feb. 4. [ _L, FAMOUS BRANDS FOR LESS. I  FURNITURE - CARPET - APPLIANCES OUTFIT0000,RS | ' "'-JASPER - LOOGOOTEE - WASHINGTON I WE DELIVER ALLOVER SOUTHERN INDIANA RUXER Kenneth Lade, 72, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Jan. 21. Regina Mathesie, 85, St. Mary, Evansville, Feb. 14. Patrick McEvilly, St. Simon, Washington. Emily McFarland, 85, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Feb. 2. Thomas McGlone, 95, St. Agnes, Evansville, Feb. 19. Delilah Montgomery, 98, St. Mary, Evansville, Feb. 19. Philip Murphy, infant, St. Peter, Montgomery, Feb. 13. Anna O'Connor, 94, All Saints, Cannelburg, Feb. 23. Fred Pierson, 87, St. Mary, Sullivan, Feb. 11. Bernard Porter, 70, St. Boniface, Fulda, Feb. 4. Hilbert Pund, 82, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Feb. 8. Dorothy Raleigh, 52, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Feb. 13. Betty Reffett, 61, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Feb. 1. Edythe Reising, 92, Christ the King, Evansville, Feb. 2.. Osetha 'Syd' Risch, St. John the Baptist, Vincennes. Joseph Rupp Sr., 80, St. An- i thony, Evansville, Feb. 11. Leonard Schaefer, 62, St. Joseph, Evansville, Feb. 15. Father Othmar Schroeder, Sacred Heart, Schnellville, Feb. 16. Eva 'Lena' Schulte, 92, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Feb. 17. Mary Led Siddons, 55, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Feb. 10. Earl Simon Sr., 66, St. John Chrysostom, New Boston, Feb. 2. Dorothy Mae Smith, 64, Loogootee, Feb. 12. Vincent Smith, St. John, Loogootee, Jan. 30. Lois Steffe, 52, Precious Blood, Jasper, Feb. 22. Anton Steinhauer, 71, St. Theresa, Evansville. Patrick Stranae, 40, St. Mary, Ireland, Feb. 21. DEWIG BROS. MI'I )YM N I PACKING CO. FRESH MEAT BEEF AND PORK HAUBSTADT, INDIANA ThSIES SAGECLASSIFIEDS N()VI N.,\\;h I()I,AII i 20 3.00 21 3.15 22 3.30 23 3.45 24 3.60 25 3.75 26 3.90 27 4.05 28 4.20 29 4.35 30 4.50 31 4.65 32 4.80 33 4.95 34 5.10 35 5.25 36 6.40 37 5.55 38 5.70 39 5.85 40 6.00 41 6.15 42 6.30 43 6.45 44 6.60 45 6.75 46 6.90 47 7.05 48 7.20 49 7.35 50 7.50 5 Only 1 perword! (There will be a $3.00 minimum charge cn all classified advertising) Print your ad on this form. One word, symbol, or abbreviation per blank. Phone number counts as one word. Clip and mail to our office with payment. No Phone orders; No billing. Copy deadline is nine days preceding the Friday date of issue (a Wednesday) MIS,('I AN ()l ',% Cost of your ad is the dollar amount that appears below the final word ($3.00 minimum) NO PHONE ORDERS--NO BILLING | The Message Classifieds 4200 N. Kentucky Ave.. P.O. Box 4169 Evansville, IN 47711 (812) 424-5536 Sylvester Straub, 67, Resurrec- Charlie Ward, 86, St. John, tion, Evansville, Feb. 11. Loogootee, Feb. '18. Corrine Thompson, 79, Holy Thelma Weber, 61, St. Martin, Spirit, Evansville, Feb. 16. Chrisney, Feb. 23. Mathilda Townsend, 90, St. Myrtle Wright, 76, St. Bernard, Benedict, Evansville, Feb. 10. Rockport, Feb. 15. Norma Vize, 87, Evansville, George Zehr, 73, Jasper, Feb. Feb. 8. 11. Charles Wagner, 75, St. Louis Zenthofer, 58, St. Mat- Simon, Washington, Feb. 14. thew, Mount Vernon. Paul Walker, 82, St. John, Xenia Ziliak, 86, St. Mary, Loogootee, Feb. 15. Evansville, Feb. 21. Parish linkage planned SIOUX CITY, Iowa (NC) -- In official statistics for 1987 With fewer priests than ever the diocese listed 155 active available, Bishop Lawrence D. priests -- 154 diocesan priests Soens of Sioux City has an- and one member of a religious nounced "parish linkage" order-- serving nearly 104,000 plans to combine pastoral ser- Catholics in 136 parishes and vices of smaller parishes in his missions. diocese. The northwestern Iowa The plan also envisions that diocese had a net decline of some of the larger parishes may seven priests over the past four be turned into "centers for years and expects to lose 10 ministry to a cluster of more over the next five years, parishes." according to data published by Bishop Soens stressed that the diocesan newspaper, The the pairing or clustering of Globe. parishes does not mean that the "Such needs as religious smaller parishes will be closed, education, care of the elderly, although some may no longer sacramental preparation and have a resident pastor, youth ministry.., might well be St. H tl :L/[/'J$Ur"vh strengthened and improved ' through linkage of parishes," dies Feb. 18 Bishop Soens said. He said the linkage approach Services for Sister Magdala could help smaller parishes Hudiburgh, 93, who died Feb. "unable to give adequate pro- 18, were held Feb. 20 at the grams" to combine their Sisters of St. Francis resources and provide better motherhouse chapel in Olden- services to the people of both burg, with burial in the convent parishes. cemetery. "Above all else, the linkage Sister Hudiburgh entered the of parishes will invite the poe- Franciscan community in 1920 ple themselves, our laity, to and made final vows in 1926. grow in the development and She taught at St. Wendel use of their God-given call to School, Wadesville, and St. ministries," he said. Mary and St. Agnes schools, both in Evansville. EARN EXCELLENT MONEY In home assembly work. Jewelry, Toys and others. FT & PT available. CALL TODAYI 1.518-459-3535 Toll refun- dable. EXT. B3717 24 HRS. NEEDED: LIVE-IN COMPANION and care giver for elderly woman in her own home. Call Elaine Schmits 477-6871 NEED PERSONAL CARE for elderly male. Very light housework. 5 days & nights. $200.00 Must have references. 795-2638. FEDERAL, STATE & CIVIL SER- VICE JOBS $19,646 to $69,891/Year. Now hlringl CALL JOB LINE 1.518-459.3611, Ext. F3717B for info 24 HRS. PASCHAL CANDLES, Dadant and W&B. Complete line of church sup- plies. Ken Brown, 4 East Maple Street, Washington, Indiana 47501. (812) 254-3902. Call Collect. RED HOT BARGAINS! Drug dealers' cars, boats,planes repo'd. Surplus. Your Area. Buyers Guide. (805) 687-6000 Ext. S-7984. ASSUME PAYMENTS $15.001wk. Oak pedestal table, 6 chairs, buffet, hutch. (317) 455.0040. SUNSET LIMOUSINE SERVICE Weddings, Proms, Birthdays, Anniver- sedes. 424-9297. Call Margudte Miller, Bernard Miller or Grog Betz for funeral planning. 424-9274 WALLCOVERING BY ANNE MARIE "Paperhanging you'll be pro- ud of." References provided. Insured Commercial or Residential. Phone 853-9193. Phone 853-7591. OH HOLY ST. JUDE , Apostle & Martyr, great in virtue, rich in miracles, near kinsman of Jesus Christ. Faithful intercessor for all who invoke your special patronage in time of need. 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