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5, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 1 :!il ,iii: i ," !ii:i Jubilarians and Martha (Buckman) Knaebel of Evansville their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a for family and friends from 2 to 4 p.m. Aug. 7 in cafeteria. The couple was married Aug. 9, Ky. They are the parents of two chil- Knaebel of Haubstadt and Elaine Reinhart They have six grandchildren and one great- Mr. Knaebel retired from Arkla Industries Knaebel owns Martha's Ceramics. & A/C, INC. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL 118 W. FRANKLIN STREET EVANSVILLE, IN 47710 _,11_.j4.,.., service from Wade Funeral Home: to our American Pre-Need Plans TM, for a funeral, we now have Living Will available to you at NO CHARGE. friends and professionals caring about today about & Living COuonseling. Living Will The American } re-Needs Plans e Funeral Home 119 S. Vine Street, Haubstadt 768-6151 J. Wad, Alan J. \\;Vad /:! Golden Jubilarians David J. and Betty B. (Wathen) Stumpf will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanks- giving Aug. 7 at Christ the King Church, Evansville. A lun. cheon buffet will follow the Mass. The couple was married May 26, 1944, at Christ the King Church in Louisville, Ky. They are the parents of six children: Ann Clem of Fayet- teville, N.C., John Stumpf of Evansville, Mark Stumpf of Altadena, Ca,, Mary McCarthy of Skillman, N. J., Paul Stumpf of Succasuanna, N. J., and Jane Mason of Franklin, Tenn. They have 16 grandchildren. Mr. Stumpf retired from Blue Cross Blue Shield. Golden Jubilarians Rollie and Irene (Hagemeier) Lampkins of Evansville cele- brated their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving April 16 at St. Theresa Church, Evansville. A dinner and dance for family and friends followed in the school cafeteria. The couple was married April 14, 1944, at St. Benedict rectory in Evansville. They are the parents of four children: Tom Lampkins and Ann Lampkins, both of Evansville, and Susan Dayvolt and Bill Lampkins, both of Newburgh. They have seven grandchildren. Mr. Lampkins retired in 1990 after barbering in downtown Evansville for 45 years; Mrs. Lampkins retired in 1989 as a registered nurse from Deaconess Hospital. Golden Jubilarians Sylvester and Mildred (Wildeman) Goedde will be cele- brating their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a dinner reception at Resurrection Church, Evansville on Aug. 6 after the 5 p.m. Mass. The couple was married on Aug. 12, 1944, at St. Philip Church, St. Philip. They are the parents of Pat Scheu, Larry Goedde, Marge Roberts, Diane Schae- fer, Mark Goedde and the late Richard Goedde. They have 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Mr. Goedde is retired from Midwest Roofing and Sheet Metal Company. Mrs. Goedde is a homemaker. They are members of Resur- rection Church. i i iii iii u iii i TAWlL ELECTRONICS, INC. COMPUTERS, NETWORKS, SALES & SERVICES INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS PARTS DESIGN, INSTALLATION, TRAINING & REPAIR ON LOCAL & WIDE AREA NETWORKS LANTASTIC - NOVELL UNIX- ZENIX 812-425-1100 2121 NORTH BEDFORD AVENUE EVANSVILLE, IN 47711 SERVING THE TRI-STATE SINCE 1977 Priest rescued A kidnapI rescued by Filipino guerrillas, said he thought he would die in a firefight between his rescuers and his Islanc extremist abductors. Islamic gunmen seized Fa- ther Clarence Bertelsman July 31 while he was cele- i brating Mass. The Bel!eville, Ill., priest was wounded in the buttocks and left arm when guerrillas of the main- stream Moro National Liber- the strength and courage they showed would inspire