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12 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Huntingburg's First Communicants On May 4, second graders at St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, made their First Com- munion. They are, front row, Lauren Haase, Chauncey Buschkoetter, Rachelle Altstadt, Chiara Schum, Hannah Guy, Courtney Pat- berg, Heather Bauer, Andrew Hoffman, Kate- lyn Feldmeyer, Sarah Stewart, second row, Leigh Ann Sattler, Kirstie Gunselman, Laura Buening, Jill Matthews, Shea Norrington, Jessica Krieg, Ashley Putts, Brooke Flamion, Abby Steckler, Makenzie Hopf, third row, Mary Scherle, catechist, Adam Pfaff, Jordan Altstadt, Philip Olinger, Sarah Angerer, Ceci- ly Jo Meyer, Stacey Mogan, Jeremy Fergu- son, Brady Werne, Marke Riehle, Norma Blackgrove, catechist, fourth row, DeAnna Bounds, catechist, Andy Lichlyter, Jonathan Schipp, Kyle Souders, Christopher Messmer, Nicholas Souders, Chad Wertman, Shayne Guinn, Paul Kemper, Bradley Seger, Dorothy Olinger, catechist, Daughter of Charity Sister Mary Rose Kohn, catechist, fifth row, Daugh- ter of Charity Sister Barbara Riely, DRE, Joshua Songer, Chip Lechner, Cory Rollins, Derek Burton, Ross Kunkler, Eddie Hamp- ton, Phillip Sollman, Brian Buening, Luke Sermersheim and Benedictine Father Pius Klein, pastor. Sacred Heart's First Communicants First Communion was celebrated at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, on May 4. In atten- dance were, front row, Jason Land, server, Krista Ashmore, Lisa Chattin, Johnna Robin- son, Mary Hancock, Jessie Atkinson, Court- ney Lytton, David Hancock, server, second row, John Ramsey, Dylan Houck, Daniel Gru- mieaux, Nicholas Bauer, Sam McCandless, Jacob Land, third row, Cathy Wilson, Denise Dillon, Jim Hancock, server, Father James Blessinger, pastor, Jeanie Hancock, server, Kim Lane, Diane Smith and Paula Stone. I HELFRICH Insurance Atjency I 464-5993 DENNIS K. FELDHAUS  JAMESA. NIEMEIER Mater Dei Class of '70 Mater Dei Class of '69 GEORGEP. HELFRICH " .: .,' Mater Dei Class of '69 : ,. ? .............. " " t4fe" s U pptyrt "C zrt hcrHc " E d u co n v. Vincennes Bicknell Sandborn Monroe City /ml]ank Princeton ,,, ^^. o,,- Patoka Member F.D.I.C. D.O.W.N.T.O.W.N 301 MAIN ST. VINCENNES. IN 47591 Amish Restaurant & 812.254-8968 Hwy 57 WIN A 1997 FORD F150 SUPER CA off road, 3 door, 4-wheel Power windows, power locks, 10-60 split bench, preml= player, speed control, tilt steering, deluxe alumi Supporting He y Family in cooperation with Drawing August 3,1997 at 9:30 a.m. at Holy For tickets or more information: _.,, (812) 482-3076 weekdays or 482.12uu Tickets available at: Holiday Foods, Jasper Manor, Jasper,asper Schnitzelbank Restauraunt, 393 3rd Ave';'ne r Jack & Kenny's Service, 198 3rd Ave., ,"" Ruxer Ford, 123 Place, Jasper Taxes are the responsibility of the winner $25 per ticket   Limited to 3,000 Thanks To All Our Friends Who Joined Us In Celebrating Our 130th Anniversary And Helped To Make .o Our 1997 Summer Social A SucCe" May God Bless You! 0 SISTERS OF ST. BENEDICT FERDINAND, INDIANA Stbnit00dbardt i RESTAURANT I:mm soudem C'en. " ': : : ::: ' :: lisles to s afda I steaks, dining at tla,_ful , ta' is wo"" -Schni ' or 1 ' Authentic dec P a m t, fricn.dly. ,t..a s (lilting 1-- 1,, f always rememu'"  tlnit,Mnk Cattrini is a totally equipped kitchen on wheels for serving 20 to 20,000 guests the freshest, honest food possible at any location. It is a per- fect choice for wedding receptions, out- ings, business meetings, civic functions and other large gatherings. , NAAS & sONS, INC. Excavatin & Trucking . Backhoe .Dozing .Trencgng ;Se:ne oR;Gd: v;'# Complete Septic System & Water & Sewer Li 768-6450 "Try Our Service" S,nce 946 FAX