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2 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Daughters spend Sunday evening 'Puttin" on the Fhe Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul hosted an evening of entertainment June 21 at The Manor audito- rium, located on the campus of St. Mary Medical Center. The variety show, entitled "Puttin' on the Ritz," includ- ed fashions for all ages from tots to maturity, along with segments of song and dance all for the benefit of St. Vincent Day Care Center. Fea- tured performers were The Browne Sisters and employ- ees, parents, volunteers and friends (with their children) of St. Vincent Day Care. Clothing sponsors included many local merchants, and attire modeled was casual to formal, including wedding gowns and tuxedos. Dancing featured tap, lyrical, gymnas- tic, and dramatic perfor- mances by students of two local dance studios. The pro- duction was under the direc- tion of St. Vincent staff mem- ber Victoria Tyus. St. Vincent Day Care Center is located on N. First Ave. at Columbia St., Evansville. The benefit will help to defray expenses of renovating the building recently purchased -to house the infants and tod- dlers division of the Center. Taking a final bow are models of formal fash- ions, part of a gala offered Sunday night at The Manor to benefit St. Vincent Message Photo by Mary Sister Rachel Neveu Benedictine will make final profession of vows on June 27 SISTER RACHEL NEVEU Sister Rachel Neveu will make her final monastic profession as a member of the Sisters of St. Benedict of Ferdinand on Satur- day, June 27. The Eucharistic liturgy begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Monastery Immaculate Conception Chapel. A public reception for family and friends will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. in the monastery's St. Gertrude Conference Room. Bishop Gerald Gettelfinger will officiate at the Mass. Bene- dictine Sister Kristine Anne Harpenau will be the homilist. Sister Neveu described herself as filled with "joy, excitement, peace and fulfillment as I delight in my community, which is life- giving and deeply hospitable." She'is a native of Woonsocket, R.I., where she was a member of St. Anne Parish, and where her parents, Roland and Constance (Boutiette) Neveu, reside. She entered the religious com- munity at Ferdinand in 1992 and made her first profession of vows in 1994. She is pastoral associate and director of religious education at St. Clement Church, Boonville. She previously served as a kindergarten teacher at Precious Blood School, Jasper. She holds a bachelor's degree in early childhood education from Eastern Connecticut State University and has done gradu- ate work at Morehead State Uni- versity in Kentucky. yOUR FAMILy PHARMACy, Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 June Please Messo Advertisers PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, owner W. Franklin St. 2345 425-4364 Plaza PharmaCY  Newburgh PlaZa Shopping Center Fast Prescription SEW,!. , Ken and RebeCCa HsCu, 853-7141 an a television portrait intimate look at a beloved American Church by those who knew him best photo  :i I i,  Special Jubilorians Francis and Helen (Weber) Hoefling of Fort Branch celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiv- ing at Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch. A family dinner followed. They were married June 22,1938, in Princeton. They are the par- ents of six children: Helen Marie Perkins of Fort Branch, Maryann Graper of Haubstadt, and Phyllis Hoefling and Rose Gerth, both of Evansville. Their children, Carolyn Salmon and Joe Hoefling, are deceased. They have 12 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. Mr. Hoefling is retired from Emge Packing Plant. [insert air date, time and local station] produced by Martin Doblmeier and Frank Frost and Family Theater Productions in association with Santa Fe Communications this message sponsored by for more information visit: www.bernardin.org i I,