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4 The Message "for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana May Golden Jubilarians Clarence and Mildred (Martin) Schmitt of Wadesville will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving May 11 at St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel. A reception will follow at the Knights of St. John Home. The couple was married May 14, 1946, at St. Boniface Church, Evansville, by Father Raymond Reising. They are the parents of five children: Larry, Robert, Glenn, Bruce and Jennifer Egli, all of Wadesville. They have 10 grand- children. Mr. Schmitt is retired from farming. ....  i ! Worth mentioning...+ i + Saint Meinrad reports results Sixty-six parishes in the Diocese of Evansville sponsored a St. Meinrad Sunday in 1996, ac- cording to a report to Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger from Archabbot Lambert Reilly. "From these parishes, 1,286 donors responded to our invitation to join us in the of priests and lay leaders for their communities," the archabbot reported. "Their has resulted in $78,077.07 in gifts to our schools." ECHO new site for Child Health Clinic The Vanderburgh County Health Department/Child Health Clinic will be offered at E "v Health Center in Evansville every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Dr. Cynthia pediatrician for the Health Department, will see children two months to 19 years , do not have a family physician and are not on Medicaid. Fees are based on a slidlng sca ie. hue, The clinic is located at the St. Anthony&apos;s Center for Family Life, 713 Second tVe Evansville. ttealth Depart" Questions may be directed to ECHO ttealth Center (812) 421-9850, or to the ment I812) 435-5701. Assembly of Brothers to celebrate anniversary The National Assembly of Religious Brothers, a Chicago-based organization various religious communities and of associate members, will celebrate its 25th Chicag 0, at the Loyola University Lake Shore Campus in Chicago, June 20 through 2 The association has 750 members from all 50 states and numerous foreign members are welcome to attend Assembly '96. The theme is "Celebrating Brotherhood." Speakers will include Father Gerald BroW Brother Damian Carroll, C.P.; Brother Edward Coughlin, O.F.M., and a panel of young ers discussing why they joined their particular communities and what sustains them as ers. Information is available from the National Assembly of Religious Brothers, !337 Street, Chicago, IL 60622-6490. E-mail address: narboffice@aol.com or telephone 8525. Summer See k.+ } i ... 418 N. WABASH AVENL .u,,, SUNDAY MAY 19 i ,.;, ',, tm ' IIi II .""!'i; ii, ": wE,, 10:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. ' Prescriptions There will be family style chicken and roast beef dinners served from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in our air-conditioned auditorium. Carry-outs are available. Featuring Hamburgers Polish Sausage Ice Cream Fries Beef & Chicken Carryouts Available Kids Rides B.B.Q. Soft Drinks Bingo- 12 Quilts Chinese Auction Family Style Dinners 1400 00;1500 in Total Prizes to be given away at 9:00 p.m. 1st Prize -- $500.00 $25.00 attendance prizes all day long. BINGO from 2:00 to 8:30 p.m. 2601 Jerry & Gloria Giore 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. +ii :/:i +<i+ b!+ On Evansville's Great West Side Visit Gro tto/Cryp t Pork Beef Lefty and Mark Inside Dining. Burgoo 700 N. MAIN c,"'= s,,,oo,o.,oR CLOSED ON MONDAYS Four Convienlent ,+,.,,+,o,,.,o+o,R, R,,REA, COMPLETE FARM SERVICE 425-3393 4es Locations Real Estate -- Insurance 3 19 W. Maand 425-2229 .;:f: