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0 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana J Celestine's Communicants Students at St. Celestine Church, Celestine, received their first Communion May 1. The class includes, front row, left, Megan Jahn, Jessica Thewes, Tessa Tenwiske, Matthew Knies, second row, Nick Schmitt, server, Eric Padgett, Gregory Padgett, Megan Knies, Giesla Knies, Brittany Knies, Julie Verkamp, Christopher Burger, Derek Schmitt, third row, Ruby Laux, Stephanie Schepers, Brant Terwiske, Craig Jellison, Paul Bctz, Matthew Hasenour, Luke Stemle, Mallory Jahn, Katie Donnerman, fourth row, Judy Betz, catechist, Eric Donnerman, server, Mark Betz, server, Father John Boeglin, pastor, Josh Betz, server, Derek Knies, server, Jenny Butler, catechist. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CATHOLIC CHURCH SATURDAY- JUNE 25- HIGHLAND WOODS- VINCENNES CELEBRATE PIICINI|C FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS .............. 4:00 p.m. --- ??? JUMBO HAMBURGERS ................... 3:00 p.m.- - - ??? FRICASSEE ..................................... 3:00 p.m. - - - ??? (all food: eat-in or carry-out) ENTERTAINMENT beginning at 6:30 p.m. featuring: *BACKROADS Music Group RAFFLE featuring: . $500.00 * Quilt * Quilt * $100.00 * $50.00 * $50.00 DOOR PRIZES: * $25.00 given away each hour, beginning at 5:00 p.m. (Must be present to win) BOOTHS: . Country Store featuring hand-made items . Home-Made Ice Cream , Soft Drinks Novelties & Toys GAMES: Cane Booth Pull Tabs" Bingo Fish Pond Cow Chip Bingo I I I I I C Bramble's Communicants , 7 "SERVING EVANSV] ELBERFELD AREA SINCE 1911' WITH DEPENDABILITY DIGNITY & DISTINCTION Three Locations To Serve You 000000IMPSON" TJ"' FUNERAL HOME v- 424-9288 ,o0-E; ct;MSIAi EWNSV..LE '  00iMrsoN FUNERAL HOME 853-8314 510 JENNINGS, NEWBURGH IMPSON" , OLKMAN, FUNERAL HOFI .. 983.4211 ELBERFELD, IND. Six students at St. Joseph Church, Bramble, ceived their first Communion. The class includes, row, left, Sara Wade, Elizabeth Anderson, Amanda Michelle Padgett, A]i Beckman and Heather with Father Albertus Lutterbach, pastor.