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1989 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 13 \\; Outdoor Mass at St. Henry Fth_er Gregory Chamberlin, O.S.B., celebrates; servers are Jonathan Boeglin and Ryan Hochgesang t a Mass in honor of the parish patron saint. / cAN voo,E,P? LVo,umEERs ARE NEEDED Birthright 1 The VISA Card That's A Cut Above The Rest f VANSVIt L[ " N[ WBURGH " OAKLAND CITY FOR! BRANCH JASPFR ['d. Nh w you can have all the advantages of the Permanent Federal VISA lassie-the credit card that truly is a cut above the rest. So much so at it has people cutting up their other credit cards. Why? Because the Permanent Federal VISA Classic offers everything needed in a credit card... FREE $250,000 Common Carrier Accident Insurance FREE VISA emergency services FREE card use for first year (no fee the first year) Many more advantages So get the credit card that truly is a cut above the rest-Permanent Federal VISA C -- lassic-and make the Permanent change to better banking. " I  Savings Bank St. Henry Picnic Parishioners enjoy "near perfect" weather at a picnic following an outdoor Mass at St. Henry Church, St. Henry. Father Gregory, parish administrator said that more than 100 people gathered for the celebration, on the evening of July 13. St. Henry, an llth cen- tury king, is patron saint of the town and the parish. St. Mary, Washington, forms council St. Mary Church, Washington, has conducted parish council development over the past several months, according to Father Bernard Lutz, pastor. A parish council has been formed; a constitution and by- laws for the council have been written, said Father Lutz. The parish also had a workshop, at which a mission statement was composed, and another workshop to establish specific goals and objectives. "Parish council development included a core group already involved," continued Father Lutz. "Each parish organiza- tion chose a representative to sit on the council. Religious education, senior citizens and Building and Grounds representatives were ap- pointed. Four members at-large were elected from nominations by the parish;' The full comple- ment of the council is 14 members plus the pastor. The constitution and by-laws were written by a committee ap- pointed for that purpose; the council subsequently accepted what the commitee had written. The "Mission Statement for the Church of St. Mary" was drafted during a workshop June 14. On June 29, a workshop was held to formulate specific goals and objectives for the next three years and a probable order of implementation. "The St. Mary parish council is now implementing these goals and objectives," accord- ing to Father Lutz. James Jett & Associates, Inc. life -- health -- home * IRA retirement planning 473--4005 514 S. Green River Rd. Evansville IN 47715 ST. BERNARD'S CHURCH FRENCHTOWN, INDIANA BISHOP GETTELFINGER'S HOME PARISH PICNIC Sunday, Aug. 6th. Country Fried Chicken Dinner With Homemade Noodles From 10 a.m. (Evansviiletime) to ????? Adults: 1/2 Chicken $5 oo- Children: 1/4 Chicken $200 Dinner Sewed in Air Conditioned School Basement over 39 Games Free gift and tour to all (ui s Evansville guests at dinner ticket stand DIRECTIONS FROM EVANSVILLE: Take Interstate 64 East to Corydon exit 105; Turn right at exit onto 135 South for mile; Turn right at 4-way flasher light onto 33 and follow signs 8 miles to St. Bernard, Frenchtown