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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ns and Doris (Hohler) Bromm of Huntingburg will celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 5 p.m. June 4 at St. Mary A buffet reception, hosted by their sons Dean, Duane and at Old Town Hall in Huntingburg. The couple was married June 7, St. Mary Church; Benedictine Father Patrick Shaughnessy officiated. Jubilarians Golden Jubilarians Supreme Court Justice tells grads to hold onto reality, dreams "Bill" and Leone (Heldman) Kluemper of Jasper their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a at 11 a.m. June 12 at Precious Blood Father Joseph Kane will officiate. Follow- a dinner for immediate family and invited By SUSAN P. MUCHA Catholic News Service AUGUSTA, Ga. (CNS) -- Supreme Court Justice Anthony and Bernadette (Lechner) Schnell of Celestine will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 10 a.m. June 12 at St. Celestine Church, Celestine. A dinner will follow for immediate family members and invited guests at the Celestine Com- munity Club. An Open House will be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the Celestine Community Club; the couple re- quests no gifts. They were married June 15, 1944, at St. Joseph Church, Jasper. held at the St. Anthony Community Center. will be held from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. The cou- yi!i! ii:? married June 17, 1944, at Camp Chaffee, Ark. the parents of 12 children: Judy Klem, Mary Jo Seifert, Don, Robert, John, Jim, Willie and of Jasper, and Rebecca Troesch and Albert, both Their daughter, Carol Jean, is deceased. two step.grandchildren, four and one step.great.grandchild. DUBOIS COUNTY BANK MF.MBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC )LIR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK I YOUR FAMILY " : PHARMACY , PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescdption Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-71 Golden Jubilarians Harold "Joe" and Jane (Metzger) Seib will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with the blessing of their niarriage at the 10 a.m. Mass June 5 at St. Clement Church, Boonville. An Open House, hosted by their chfl. dren and grandchildren, will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. The couple requests no gifts and no formal invitations have mailed. They were married June 1, 1944, at St. Rupert Church, Red Brush. They are the parents of six children: Janice Bailey of Evansville, Charles Seib of Caseyvtile, Ill., Gary Seib, David Seib, Cindy Enlow and Judy Wynn, all of Boonville. They have 15 grandchildren. Mr. Seib re- tired after 30 yeas at Metgger Construction Company; Mr Seib is a homemaker. Arts Avenue er OeLive Riverside 9 Governor 422-9981 Pharmacy Delivery Street Stratman Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 82 and N. Wsinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 Clarence Thomas told graduat- ing seniors at a Catholic high school to get a grasp on reality while not letting go of dreams. Speaking to the May 20 Class Night of Aquinas High School in Augusta, Thomas en- couraged the students to take the advice he was once given if you want to know what lies down the road, ask some- one who's on the way back. "Well, I'm coming back," Thomas said. Thomas spoke at the Aquinas graduation at the re- quest of retiring principal, Fa- ther John Fitzpatrick, who taught the future jurist 25 years ago at St. John Vianney Minor Seminary in Savannah, Ga. "Be careful," Father Fitz- patrick warned teachers as he introduced Thomas. "You never know who is sitting in your class." Thomas attended Catholic elementary and high schools in Georgia before entering Im- maculate Conception college seminary in Conception, Mo. He studied there for a year be- fore going on to receive degrees from Holy Cross College in Worcester, Mass., and Yale Law School. Thomas reminded the se- niors that the end of high school is the beginning of adulthood. "This is serious business. Adulthood brings us freedom, responsibilities, obligations. If we don't carry out our respon- sibilities and obligations, there is no freedom." And he encouraged the stu- dents to dream. "Hold onto your dreams," Thomas said. "Work toward your dreams. But remember dreams are just goals to be achieved, not opportunities." 'The Church Teaches Forum' to study Catechism The Catechism of the Catholic Church will be the focus of The Church Teaches Forum 1994, to be held in Louisville, Ky., Saturday, June 4. Speakers include Cardinal Jose Sanchez, Jesuit Fathers John A. Hardon and Kenneth Baker, and Father Edmund F. McCaffrey. Sponsors of the event are Eternal Life, Catholics United for the Faith and the Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation. Cardinal Sanchez will speak on the topic, Teach the Truth: The Source of Eternal Life." Father Hardon will talk about Daily Communion in the Age of Martyrs." Father Baker is to speak on "The Blessed Sacrament and Truth.  Father McCaffrey's topic is Confession, the Catechism Wa,: Personal, Auricular and Complete." The Church Teaches Forum 11 be held at the Gait House East, Fourth Avenue and the River. in Louisville, on June 4 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mass will be celebrated at 10.'30 am.