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March 8,1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 Please remember these faithful departed in your prayers Leonard Adams Sr., 85, St. Anthony, Evansville, Feb. 26. B Josephine Bennet, 104, St. oniface, Evansville, Feb. 9. Elmer J. Birk, 67, Holy Fami- ly, Jasper, Feb. 7. Lori Blackburn,14,Holy Rosary, Evansville, Mar. 3. Dorothy M. Brasseur, 63, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Feb. 7. Walter P. Buechler, 70, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 22. Julie Case, 76, St. Joseph, '" Evansville, Feb. 6. Theodore Conner, 63, St. Joseph, Evansville, Feb. 8. I Joseph 'Bill' Conn, 72, former- Y of Vincennes, Feb. 1. John Coomes, 63, St. Boniface, Evansville, Feb. 6. Annie Copeland, 94, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Feb. 3. Caroline Dicks, 94, St. "b Boniface, Evansville,Feb. 2 Mayme Downey; 92, St. Simon, Washington, Feb. 16. Martin Durcholz, 68, Good Shepherd,Evansville, Jan. 25. Arnold Ebinger, 70, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Feb. 1. Elizabeth 'Kit' Eckstein, 52, St Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 14. Ethel Egan, 88, St. Mary, Evansville, Feb. 13. Harold Enlow, 66, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Feb. 25. Evelyn Erbacher, 73, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Jan. 28. Ethelyn Fields, 79, St. Simon, Washington, Feb. 6. William Fischer, 90, St. Mat- thew, Mt. Vernon, Jan. 30. Raymond Folz, 89, St. Benedict, Evansville, Feb. 6. William Foster, 70, Christ the King, Evansville, Mar. 3. Joe O. Fulkerson, 52, St. Ber- nard, Rockport, Feb. 13. Camilla Gallagher, 87, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 12. Marie Gardner, 83, Sacred Heart, Evansville, Feb. 25. Floretta Gehres, 84, Christ the King, Evansville, Feb. 18.' Helen Goebel, 76, Resurrec- tion, Evansville, Feb. 2. Frank Graver, 86, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Feb. 2. Daniel J. Hailer, 24, St. Benedict, Evansville, Feb. 23. Dorothy Hailer, 67, Christ the King, Evansville, Feb. 13. Thelma Handley, 75, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Jan. 31. Sister Mercedes Harrison, 86, Seton Manor, Evansville, Feb. 27. Jacqueline Hartman, 59, Christ the King, Evansville, Feb. 16. Mary A Heichelbech, 87, St Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 13. Theresa Hisch, 59, St. Wendel, St. Wendel, Feb. 22. Jerome Hoffman, 77, Precious Blood, Jasper, Jan. 18. Anna Jochem, 90, St. Henry, St. Henry, Feb. 5. Paul Keil, 78, Christ the King, Evansville, Feb. 8. Mary Kingsbury, 85, St. Mary, Evansville, Feb. 17. Louise Klausmeir, 90, St. An- thony, Evansville, Feb. 1. Caroline Kolmodin, 93, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Feb. 18. Father Carl Kunlder, 88, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 25. William Lehr, 84, St. Bernard, Rockport, Jan. 26. Margaret Lindauer, 72, Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Feb. 5. Mary Ann Madden, 93, St. John, Loogootee, Feb. 26. George Market, 61, St. John, As A Religious Order Dedie'ated To Community Service, We're Performing Duties We've Never Tackled Before. Asking F00Your Help Is tone Ut I nem. We're the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand, Indiana. For the last 124 years, we've worked for the good of the community and asked nothing in return. Until now. The Benedictine Sisters are 259 strong and dedi- cated to seeking God in all things. We witness Jesus Christ by our community life, our hospitality, and our service. We minister in schools, parishes, health care institutions, and social service agencies throughout Southern Indiana and in eight other states and three foreign countries. 1500 years ago, St. Benedict made what was then a radical departure from the conventional view that, in the search for God, the religious life should be the life of the hermit. Benedict understood that the key to spir- itual progress lies in constantly making the effort to see Christ in each person and that this was best accom- plished by living and working in and for the better- ment of the community. Today, we are undertaking new duties in parishes of the diocese as the shortage of priests forces change from years past. We welcome these opportunities to serve Christ in new ways. But along with these new duties have come new pressures to fund our efforts. It is not easy for a religious order that has quietly extended its help to the community for 124 years to ask for help in return, but that is what we must do. Please, your contribution to the Sisters of St. Bene- dict will help us continue the work we have started. The blessing you extend to us will come back to your community through our continued service in the many locations in which you find us. Please send your contributions in care of: Sister Kathryn Huber, O.S.B., Sisters of St. Benedict, Ferdi- nand, Indiana 47532. pRf_SCRIDIC)N DRUC (- 51b SISTERS OF ST. BENEDICT Ferdinand, Indiana Newburgh, Mar. 3. Kenneth Martin, 67, St. Benedict, Evansville, Feb. 26. Helen McAtee, 76, St. Peter, Montgomery, Feb. 11. Kaysie McGehee, infant, St. Joseph, Evansville, Feb. 3. Suzette McMurtrey, 95, St. Mary, Washington, Feb. 11. Mary Mesker, 69, St. Agnes, Evansville, Mar. 1. Leo Metzler, 77, Holy Trinity Pro-Cathedral, Evansville, Feb. 25. Leonard Miles, 48, St. Simon, Washington, Feb. 20. Martin Montrastelle, 29, Nativity, Evansville, Feb. 6. Marcella Morrison, 68, former- ly of Knox Co., Feb. 15. Larry Nellis Sr., 45, St. John, Newburgh, Feb. 28. Lillian Neufelder, 79, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, Jan. 30. Veronica Nolan, 70, St. John, Loogootee, Feb. 19. Cecelia M. Oeding,.90, St. Far- dinand, Ferdinand, Feb. 1. Anita Parker, 69, Holy Trinity, Evansville, Feb. 12. Francis Patterson, 90, St. Mar- tin, Loogootee, Feb. 11. James Ploch, 67, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Feb. 27. Marqueriette Rehrman, 67, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Feb. 4. Viola Reisinger, 73, Resurrec- tion, Evansville, Feb. 21. Richard A. Sander, 61, Holy Family, Jasper, Feb. 11. Russell Shelton, 76, St. Theresa, Evansville, Feb. 4. Bernard Schenk, 81, St. Agnes, Evansville, Feb. 11. Robert C. Siewers Jr., Blessed Sacrament, Jasper, Feb. 6. Frances St!cock, 92, St. Patrick, Daviess County, Feb. 22. William C. Sternberg, 69, Holy Family, Jasper, Feb. 7. Emma Stillwell, 90, St. Joseph, Jasper, Feb. 14. James Sturdivant, 39, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Feb. 21. William Sutton, 57, St. John, Loogootee, Feb. 21. Edwin J. Uebelhor, 81, St. Fer- dinand, Ferdinand, Feb. 24. Edward M, Vachet, 77, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Feb. 27. Barbara Vreeland, 40, St. Benedict, Evansville, Feb. 10. Irene Wanninger, 90, St. Joseph, Dale, Jan. 26. George Woehler, 89, Christ the King, Evansville, Mar. 1. Joseph Woerter, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Feb. 4. L.'Lee [ Mortuary ] 101 North Meridian Street | Washington, IN 254-3612] I Main Sg00et Pharmacy 217 E. Main St. - Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 1 - 30x32x8 ............... $2895.00 2 - 28x40x8 ............... $2,995.00 Above buildings include 1-walk door; 1-overhead. Colors - Brown & Tan Call for other sizes & erecting costs. STEEL ROOFING Galv. $19.95 to $26.95 sq. Prmter painted $23.95 sq. Colors $24.95 to $36.95 NOTE: Setal listed above sold as! seconds. ALSO: Excellent prices on high grade No. 1 Steel. OVERHEAD DOORS Low prices - hundreds in stock. 9 x 7 INSULATED $196.00 DAVIESS COUNTY METAL Hwy. 50 E., Cannelburg, 4 Miles E. Montgomery a1=.=.54=.