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9,1993 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana l)0rothea Beyke, 88, St. l, Jasper, June 2. Buschkoetter, 21, Jasper, June 17. T. Dayson, 50, Old Vincennes, June ix J. Erny, 81, St. Jasper, June 2. Feagans, 87, Sacred ennes, June 11. Charles F. Fischer, 63, St. Evansville, June 28. R. Fleischmann, , St. Martin,hrisney, June RObert Goad, 66, St. Bene- Evansville, June 9. )h Graninger, 66, these faithful departed in your prayers Christ the King, Evansville, June 3. Jon P. Gray, 54, Christ the King, Evansville, June 14. Cletus Hess, 76, St. Thomas, Vincennes, June 13. George T. Hurst, 33, Holy Spirit, Evansville, June 17. Bernard Krelein, 92, St. Joseph, Jasper, June 9. Stella P. Kress, 82, St. Joseph, Jasper, June 23. Rebecca G. Lamey, 39, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, June 3. Sylvester C. Lampert, 81, St. Benedict, Evansville. May 19. Alice Luegers, 87, St. MOTOR CO., INC. SALES and SERVICE St. Anthony, Indiana PHONE 326-2321 Joseph, Jasper, June 15. Sister Marie Joan (Cather- ine Elizabeth) Lipps, 91, St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, June 25. John Robert (Bob) Mallory, 72, Sacred Heart, Evansville, June 8. James U. Mehringer, 52, St. Joseph, Jasper, June 18. Ottilia Mehringer, 92, Pre- cious Blood, Jasper, June 22. Bert A. Milker, Sr., 51, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, June 27. Gilmer W. Morgan, 72, Good Shepherd, Evansville, June 20. William A. Owen, 70, St. Boniface, Evansville, June 11. Alvin Pund, 75, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, June 8. Sister Mary Huberta (Ethel) Rauner, 81, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, June 18. Margaret Rumple, 85, St. Peter, Linton, Jpne 26. Susie Russell. 55. Sacred Heart, Evansville, June 2. Eleanor'Sermersheim. 60. Precious Blood, Jasper. June 13. Marian Schatzman. 79, St. Joseph, Evansville. June 17. Robert G. Rexing, 64, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, June 7. Edward Tempel. 81, St. Benedict, Evansville. June 18. Robert J. Tempel, 59. St. Theresa, Evansville. June 25. Dorothy M. Tindle, 68. Sa- cred Heart, Evansville. June 21. These obituorv notices were submitted from parishes throughout the diocese. MILLER & MILLER "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" 424-9274 [.,,; NAAS & SONS. INC. "1 q .Excavating & Trucking eBackhoe "Dozing ohenching eStone o6ravel -Asphh eCornpJete Septic Sysfem & Water & Sewer Lines eReidential and Commercial -, o, 5. .... - 768-6450  at 768-5806 S,nce 19'46 at 867-7789 Rod;o Dispotched It It # (2 rr.:es W. on 68), oute Tore, ot 768-5518 iii i "t CORPUSCHRISTI Fun iss For It! SOCIAL All! 5528 HOGUE ROAD - 1-1/2 Miles West of Tekoppel - Evansville, Indiana - Between Red Bank and Boehne Camp Roads - Sunday, July 11 11:00 A.M. till 9:00 P.M. CHICKEN DINNER 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. SERVED IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED CAFETERIA (Children's Plates Available) OUR CONVENIENT CARRY OUT PLATE SERVICE WILL BE AVAILABLE 11 ; that were once part of the So- viet Union, The SepL 4-10 | trip will take tiim to| Lithuania, Latvia and Esto-] nia. Baltic Catholic leaders| have expressed hope thatJ the papal trip will help l breaihe democratic values ! into societies dominated by communism for 50 years. Family theme chosen Pope John Paul II, con- cerned at now threats to family values; has chosen the family as the theme of his 1994 World Peace Day message. The papal mes- sage, usually released in December in antici patton of the Jan. 1 observance, will focus on the theme "The Family Creates the Peace of the Human Family. 'No trace' of cancer Pope John Paul II under- went a sophisticated hospi- tal test that showed "he trace" of cancer nearly:a year after surgery to remove an intestinal tumor, a Vati- C * an spokesman said, The 73-year-old pontiff was back at work ihe next day holding nine meetings arid leading a religious cere- mony in the evening, FAMOUS CORPUS CHRISTI SAUSAGEBURGERS (As Served At The West Side Fall Festival) - ALSO FEATURING - Hamburgers Pronto Pups Air Conditioning Snow Cones Cold Drinks Bingo Quilts Kids Games FOOD AND REFRESHMENTS ON THE GROUNDS ALL DAY GIVE-AWAY- $1,000 CASH FIRST PRIZE 2nd Prize- $300.00 4th Prize- $50.00 3rd Prize- $100.00 5th- 10th Prizes- $25.00