Newspaper Archive of
The Message
Evansville, Indiana
July 25, 1997     The Message
PAGE 17     (17 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 17     (17 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
July 25, 1997

Newspaper Archive of The Message produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 17 ii ,i 00orrn mentioning... Nun who marched at Selma to speak Evansville Ebo, a Franciscan Sister of as pastoral associate at St. St. Louis, will culminate the t outreach festival with scriptural reflec- John the Apostle Church, Evansville, Her presentation is part of which will begin at 11 a.m. was the only African-American lous -- among a group of six mus and 48 members of the Jew- and Protestant clergy -- to have in the civil rights march in .Ala., in 1965. the first African-American woman in Catholic Hospital Administration States, according to Blessed Sister Jane Nesmith, pastoral life John. Cross notes anniversary events g of the Old Baptist Church in gan July 29, 1947, according to of records at Holy Cross Church Lg its fiftieth anniversary was celebrated Aug. 31, to Father Bernard Lutz, pas- parish. A Memorial Mass is planned date this year. Other events are also in the fall. ;. Agnes to go &apos;smoke-free'Aug. 1 building at St. Agnes Church, will be smoke-free as of Aug. 1, to a recent issue of the St. Agnes Parish and non-parish functions New principals named in Washington Richard Mathena has been named principal at Washington Catholic High School, Wash- ington. Dennis Bradley, formerly principal at the three Washington Catholic schools, will be principal at Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington. Jane Carnahan, a teacher at Flaget Elemen- tary School in Vincennes, has been named principal at Washington Catholic Elementary School, Washington. United Caring Shelters to celebrate United Caring Shelters, Inc., has sched- uled a grand opening, Sunday, July 27, from 3 to 5 p.m., for its new Day Shelter for the homeless at Sixth and Ingle streets in Evans- ville. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. The public is invited. United Caring Shelters serves homeless men, women and children, providing breakfast and lunch, showers, washer and dryers, com- panionship, referral and shelter. Knights of St. John contribute The First Regiment, Sixth District of the Knights of St. John recently presented a check for $250 to Art Werner, president of the St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. John Church, Newburgh. William TenBarge presented the check, which will be used for flood relief in south- western Indiana, at the June quarterly break- fast meeting of the society. The St. Vincent de Paul Society is the designated charity for the International Orga- nization of the Knights of St. John. mrs favored the action by a of responses to a survey, 150 to 9. to dedicate building parish and school facility at Res- Evansville, will be dedicat- Aug. 9, according to the pastor, tuner. ) Gerald A. Gettelfinger will be the Celebrant oP Mass at 5 p.m. Following will be a pot-luck dinner and a in the new building. Social Concerns workshop Aug. 2 "Many Hands, Many Miracles" is the title of a parish social concerns, social ministry workshop by Father Dan Madigan, to be held at the Catholic Center, Evansville, Saturday, Aug. 2, from 9 to 11:30 a.m .... ............ The workshop is sponsored by Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Evansville. Father Madigan is pastor of St. Joseph Church, Clarksburg, Calif., and founder and president of the Sacramento Food Bank Ser- vices. Golden Jubilarians Ed and Valeria (Senninger) Becher will celebrate their fifti- eth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 10:30 a.m. July 27 at St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand. A family dinner will follow at the Holiday Inn in Jasper. An Open House will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. July 27 at Holiday Inn. The couple requests no gifts. They were married Aug. 2, 1947, at St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand. They are the parents of four children: Patricia Wilbanks of Boonville, Ed Becher Jr. of Munster, Elaine Elliott of Evansville, and Mike Becher of Ferdinand. They have 11 grandchildren. Mr. Bech- er is retired from Dale State Agency in Dale ................................. care services family, COnveniently close to home. Grand Avenue , Indiana 47501 (812) 254-2760 Preop.les ust Company MAIN STREET .O. BOX 191 INDIANA 47441 Vincennes Bicknell Sandborn Monroe City Princeton Patoka F.D.I.C. IN 300-GMC-CHEV h Co. 474.3195 Indiana Golden Jubilarians Kenneth and Mary (Todroff) Noelle of Evansville are cele- brating their fiftieth wedding anniversary. The couple was married in 1947 at St. Mary Church in Chicago. They are the parents of two children: Mark Noelle of Evansville and Tracy Gamier of Freemont, Calif. They have one grand- child. Mr. Noelle retired from Alcoa in 1989. Golden Jubilarians Paul and Rose (Mueller) Stofleth of Evansville celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanks- giving June 28 at St. Joseph Church, Evansville. A recep- tion, dinner and dance followed in the church gymnasium The couple was married June 8,1947, at St. Joseph Church. They are the parents of eight children: Donna Goodrich of St. Petersburg, Fla., Mary Leslie of Belle Meade, N.J., Michael Stofleth of St. Philip, and Jane Collins, Linda Camp. bell, Roy Stofleth, Thomas Stofleth and James Stofleth, all of Evansville. They have 19 grandchildren, and one great. grandchild. Mr. Stofleth retired from Sterling Brewery in 1988 after 35 years; Mrs. Stofleth retired from 8ea_,'s in 1987 after 20 years. - , :' + " ; < -,, . L