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rust 23, 1996 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Jubilarians and Irma (Reinhart) Singleton Sr. of Evansville celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a buf- t reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Aug. 31 at IUE Local 808 Union The couple was married Aug. 31, 1946, at St. Joseph Evansville, by Father Sunderman. They are the par- Rutter of Evansville, Donald Singleton Jr., of N.Y., Edward of Fort Wayne, Carl of Evansville, who is deceased, Anna Fultz of Springfield, Ohio, of Evansville. They have 11 grandchildren, two two great-grandchildren, and four step |ren. Mr. Singleton retired in 1984 from )ool. Mrs. Singleton retired in 1985 from the State Hospital; she worked at Hahn, Inc., for 18 SCRIPTURE SEARCH By Patricia Kasten THE KEYS Gospel for Sunday, August 25, 1996 Matthew 16: ! 3.20 Following is a word search based on the Gospel reading for the Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time, A Cycle, an acknowledgement of Jesus' king- ship. The word clues are left to right in the order in which they appear in the reading. CAESAREA SAY THAT ELIJAH PETER TO YOU DEATH THE KEYS WHATEVER L O O S H A B A M U A E I E L L D I D N J W H A D O H D J O D S Y H T A ASKED WHO DO SOME SAY JOHN DO YOU SAY I AM SON REVEALED BUILD MY CHURCH SHALL NOT PREVAIL KINGDOM HEAVEN BOUND LOOSED S E D E K S A X K L L N O T D S D I J O U H E A V E N Y S O N Y D W W G R C B T Y D B H D I A H A O D D O O Y A S U O Y O D M T E V E R D O O P M D E E A C D U E G E U R R C H E T E K E H T P D V E E D E L A E V E R (c) 1996 Air Publishing Co. D0le stresses faith I his campgn as the pbii i can for by ! stressing: the beliefs --- family, honori duty, eoun  that have brought us thmu time and time again:, Dole; Jubilarians R. and Wilma E. (Rexing) Bittner of Evansville will their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 31 at St. John Church, Day- An Open House and dance for relatives and friends be held from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at the Knights Home, St. The couple prefers no gifts. They were married 1946, at St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel. They are the of ten children: Benedictine Sister Sharon Bittner , Ky., Lois Smith of Savannah, Ga., Laura De- of Franklin, Tenn., Roger Bittner of Elberfeld, and Cassin, Donna M. Kavanaugh, David L. Bittner, Bohrer, Robert Bittner and Lisa Schmitt, all of They have 24 grandchildren, and 14 great-grand- Mr. Bittner retired from Whirlpool in 1985; Mrs. from St. Mary's Medical Center in 1990. "Where customers send their friends!" Open nightly til 9 p.m. & Sons . #Y;c,. Geg.  TOYOTA OLD US 231 SOUTH, JASPER, IN 482-2222 1-800-937-USA1 Golden Jubilarians Anthony and Alvina (Seger) Beckman of Celestine will cel- ebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 10 a.m. Sept. 1 at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celestine. An Open House will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Celestine Community Club. The couple requests no gifts. They were married Aug. 27, 1946, at St. Peter Ce- lestine Church by Father A.C. Schnellenberger. They are the parents of Henry of Jasper, Mary Lampert, Linda Schroering, Betty Vic, Gene and Tom, all of Celestine, Ruth Buechlein of Carmel, Ind., Sarah of Monroeville, Ind, Bernie of Earlham, Iowa, and Mike of Charleston, S.C, They have 18 grandchildren. Mr. Beckman retired from Hoosier Desk Co. after 40 years; the Beckmans retired from active farming in 1994. which is in Fath' MaxT mr, t the ear est me])ii