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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana October , letin Board i Bulletin Board Items are select- ed from information submitted in writing by parishes, schools and organizations serving the Catholic community in southwestern Indi- ana. Local times are listed. Deadlines are on Friday for the following Friday's paper. Send information to Sister Mary Etta Kiefer, O.S.B., BULLETIN BOARD, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville IN 47724-0169. General Interest Annual Golden Jubilee Sun- day, Oct. 6, 2 p.m., at Holy Redeemer Church, 918 W. Mill Rd., Evansville. Couples married 50 years or more by the end of 1996 are invited to attend. If you have not received an invitation, please call Kristel Riffert, Catholic Charities, (812) 423-5456. Forty hours devotion at St. Mary, Huntingburg, with Exposi- tion of the Blessed Sacrament after 10 a.m. Mass Oct. 6, and after 8 a.m. Mass on Oct. 7 and 8. Father Bill Casey, of the Congre- gation of the Fathers of Mercy, will be featured homilist. Services will begin at 7 p.m. each evening, with Benediction to follow. Solemn closing will be Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. Monte Cassino pilgrimages Sundays in Oct., 2 p.m. (CDT Oct. 6 to 20; EST Oct. 27), public invit- ed. Shrine is located one mile east of St. Meinrad Archabbey on high- way 62. On Oct. 6, Father Alan McIntosh, OSB, will speak on: A Mother  for Today and Tomor- row. St. Joseph Health Fair, Oct. 13, 8:30 a.m. to noon, St. Joseph gym, 600 E. Virginia St., Evans- ville. Free blood pressure, choles- terol and vision screening. Fair will feature various community heath booths and a doll clinic for children. Knights of Columbus Coun- cil 565 Corporate Mass and Communion, Oct. 13, St. Joseph Church, 500 E. Virginia St., Evansville. Rosary at 9:45 a.m. and Mass at 10, with buffet lunch to follow at the K of C. Call Joyce, (812) 423-2734, for reservations. For information, Larry Preske, (812) 474-0440 days or 473-2401 evenings. Annual Spot Shoot Oct. 13, beginning 11 a.m., at St. Rupert Church grounds, 3 miles north- east of Alcoa. 12-ga. guns only, guns available. $1, $2, and $5 rounds. Prizes of cash, hams, turkeys. Raffles of a quilt, cash, and a 12 ga. Remington automat- ic shotgun. Kids' games, whi ele- phant sale, food, sweet shop, bingo. Watch for signs. 18th annual eraftfest of St. John Women's Club, Oct. 19, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., St. John Church, 625 Frame Rd., Newburgh. 40 booths of crafts, coUectibles, home accent items. Lunch available with homemade soup, sandwich- es, baked goods. Chinese auction and raffle. Fall training workshops for Girl Scout counselors for reli- gious awards, Oct. 22, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. or 8 to 9 p.m., at Knights of Columbus, 811 Main St., Jasper. Dinner at 6:30: fried chicken or roast beef, including drink, $4. Pay by Oct. 16. No refunds after that. Meeting at 7:30, followed by second workshop. In Evansville, workshops will be Oct. 23, 1 p.m. or 7 p.m., Holy Redeemer parish center, 918 W. Mill Rd., Evans- ville. Reserve at Day of Joy;, or' "Dr., Jasper, IN 47546, (812) 634- 738-9999, or e-mail at osb- 1249. nuns@psci.net. Are you an alumnus of St. Anthony School, Evansville? If you have not received a letter and reservation form for the Oct. 26 reunion, contact Cheryl Laughlin (812) 424-2320 or Yvonne Wood- burn, 422-5586. Reservation dead- line Oct. 11. Card Parties God Bless America, PTA card party, Oct. 22, 6:30 p.m., St. Matthew School multi-purpose room, 401 Mulberry St., Mount Vernon. Adults only. Chinese auc- tion, door and table prizes, tast- ing table, and raffles, including porcelain doll, crystal table lamp, Pledge of Allegiance throw, sap- phire and diamond woman's ring, oak buggy bench, quilt rack, ostrich egg, step-stool, and Christ- mas tree skirt. A Touch of Autumn card party 7 p.m., Oct. 22, Deaconess Hospital Center (Johnson Hall), 600 Edgar St., Evansville. Enter- tainment by the Browne Sisters, Chinese auction, and fashion show. Dessert and beverages pro- vided. Door prizes. Bring guests "and buy a table. Admission $10 per person. Proceeds benefit Echo Health Center. Call (812) 421- 9850 for tickets and information. Memorial High School Patron's Club annual card party, The Heart of Christmas, Nov. 14, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., in the school cafete- ria, 1500 Lincoln Ave., Evansville. Chinese and silent auctions, raffle, door and table prizes. Snack Shoppe, hors d'oeuvres, desserts and drinks available. Admission $2.50 per person. Co-chairs: Donna Summers (812) 473-0633 and Cindy Evans 479-1068. To make auction donations, homemade or purchased, call Dorothy Howell, (812) 477-9592 or Kathy Goben, 853-0163. Classes/Workshops What is New Age and What is the Catholic Response?, Oct. 9, 7 p.m. at Holy Family Church, Jasper, Father Matthias Neuman, OSB, professor of theology at St. Mdnrad, speaker. 1Wmm responds to questions and fears of some Hoosiers about New Age. Public invited. The Teachings of Christ, adult formation series, led by Father Gregory Chamberlin, St. Benedict old school teacher's lounge, Evansville. Based on the book/video series by Pittsburgh Bishop Donald W. Wuerl. Seven- week series at 1-1/2 hours per ses- sion begins Oct. 9, and meets six succeeding Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Participants encouraged to buy Bishop Wuerl's book at $17. Reg- ister with Pat Levell, (812) 425- 3369. If enough interest, baby-sit- ting will be available. Final ession: Visions and Revelations of the Book of Daniel, as introduction to the book of Revelations (continued), Oct. 10, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. or 7 to 9 p.m., Catholic Center, 4200 N. Kentucky Ave., Evansville. Father Donald C. Dilger, Teacier of Scrip- ture, speaker. Bible required. "lhition: $5. Walk-ins welcome. Benedictine Life Weekend, Monastery Immaculate Concep- tion, Ferdinand, for single Catholic women ages 20 to 40, who want to learn about monastic life, Oct. 11, 7 p.m. to Oct. 13, 1 p.m. No fees. with Chris Hedinger,-2524 Birk Sister Rose :Mary Rexing, (800) Confident Parenting: Com- munication and Discipline, workshop by Catholic Charities, Oct. 28, 6 to 7:30 p.m., Washing- ton Catholic Elementary School, Washington. The session will focus on parents of children 5 to 11. Presenters are Gene Schadler and Jane Hill, (812) 423-5456. Dances Second annual St. Benedict autumn dance, Nov. 2, 8 to 11 p.m., new school cafeteria, 530 S. Harlan, Evansville. Big band sounds of The Temple-Airs. Atten- dance prizes and free snacks, with cash bar. Tickets are $5 in advance or $6 at door, available from Rita Kaiser, (812) 477-7330, Nona Miller-Rogers, 479-0566, or parish center, 425-3369. Over 21 only. Proceeds for Church Banner Committee and men's and women's clubs. Harvest-ball for area senior citizens, Oct. 13, 7 to 10 p.m., Nativity parish, 3635 Pollack Ave., Evansville, hosted by youth groups of East Deanery parishes. Fea- tured music will be bands of 30's, 40's, and 50's. Cost: $8 single, $10 couple. Some proceeds to Street Relief. Call Nativity parish, (812) 476-7186 or Holy Rosary religious education, 471-7221. Dinners/Dinner Theatre All-you-can-eat, family-style chicken dinners, Oct. 6, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Holy Cross School cafe- teria, 202 S. Church St., Fort Branch. Adults $6, children $3, carry-outs $6. Chicken dinners to benefit Marian Day School Oct. 6, 10:30 a.m. to i p.m., Daughters of Isabel- la Hall, corner of Martin Luther King Blvd. at Vine St., Evansville. Adults $6, children $2.50. Parking in lot across Vine St. Family-style chicken and roast beef dinners, Oct. 6, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., St. John Church, 5301 Daylight Dr., Evansville. Country store, crafts, quilt raffle. Adults: $6; children under 10: $2.50. Carryouts available. St. Joseph Booster Club Ital- ian dinner, Oct. 18, 4:30 to 8:30 p.m., in St. Joseph cafeteria, Vir- ginia and Garvin Sts., Evansville. Lasagna and baked ziti, salad, gar- lic bread, dessert and beverage. $6.50 adults, $4.50 children 12 and under. Dinner Theater, Accommo- dat/ons, Oct. 19, Warrick County Fairgrounds, Alcoa Building, Boonville. Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus and present- ed by Retro Act Theatrical Produc- tions. Cash bar 6 to 6:45 p.m., din- ner, 6:45, show-time 8 p.m. Tickets, $12.50 each or $25 per couple. Reservations a must: Maurice Fleming, (812) 897-2047, or Bob HiUenbrand, 897-4880. Fundraisers Rummage Sale by Senior Citi- zeus, St. Anthony Church, Evans- ville, Saturday, Oct. 12, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., in cafeteria at Second and Delaware streets. Proceeds benefit church restoration. Band Boosters Rummage Sale, Oct. i28 a.m. to noon, Memorial High School band room, 1500 Lincoln Ave., Evansville. Fur- niture, quality clothing, electron, ics, household items. PTA rummage and bake sale, St. James new gym, Oct. 19, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tables will rent for'S10 each. To reserve call (812) 768-6974 or 867-5509. To donate items, bring to the gym Oct. 18, 3 to 10 p.m. Lunch available Oct. 19. 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, drawing on Oct. 19 dur- ing half-time of football game. Offered by and for Memorial High School in cooperation with Audubon Chrysler Center. Tickets $20 each or 3 for $50, available at Memorial athletic office (812) 476- 4632, and Bartley's Paint & Body Shop, Inc., 474-0014 (Tom). Only 3,000 will be sold. Winner respon- sible for all taxes. Drawing may be extended to Nov. 16. For more information, call (812) 476-1780 or 479-8326. Big Bingo Spectacular, Octo- ber 20 at Vanderburgh Auditori- um Gold Room. Pots from $300 .to $1,000; total give-away $10,000. Tickets $50 per person; corporate tables of 8, $400. Seated dinner promptly at 5:30 p.m.; bingo 6:30 to 9 p.m. Make checks payable to Evansville Catholic High Schools, and mail to P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724-0169, or call (812) 424-5536, ext. 64 for information. Super Bowl Raffle -- two 1997 Super Bowl tickets, two airline tickets and hotel reserva- tions in New Orleans, Jan. 25 to 28, 1997. $50 per ticket, only $500 tickets. Drawing at the Big Bingo Spectacular Oct. 20, in the Gold Room. Winner need not be present. Call Glenda Ossenberg, 424-5536, ext. 64, for tickets. Fifteenth fall craft sale, St. Philip Church, St. Philip, Octo- ber 27, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., sponsored by Ladies' Club. Table-space is $15. To reserve space call Carla Wilde- man, (812) 985-9177. Annual fundraising ban- quet of Evansville Christian Life Center, featuring Evansville Crisis Pregnancy Center, Nov. 14. Doors open 5:30 p.m., dinner, 6:15, The Gold Room, Vanderburgh Audito- rium. Cost: $15 per person, $120 per table. Tickets must be pur- chased in advance. For reserva- tionWinformation, (812) 423-9222. Third annual antique and modern doll sale, Nov. 23, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., St. Anthony gym, 704 First Ave., Evansville. $2 adult admission; children free with adult. Raffles. Food and drinks available. For dealer tables or more information, Kathy Embry, (812) 985-2101, or Helen Filer, 423-5209. $20,000 shopping spree, raf- fie/fund.raiser for St. Benedict parish PTO. Winner can spend $20,000 at Kenny Kent Auto for new or used car(s). Second prize: 32-inch 'IV from Kings Great Buys Plus; third, fourth, fifth prizes: $100 cash. Tickets: $20 or 6 for $100. Only 3500 to be sold. Draw- ing Dec. 8. Tickets from any school family or the parish center, (812) 425-3369. Socials Fifth annualFest ofthe Har vest Moon, St. Mary Church, 114 W Van Trees St., Washington, Oct. 5, 6:40 to 9 p.m. (Mass moved to 5 p.m. that Saturday only). Bratwurst or sausage sandwiches with kraut, German fried potatoes, and hot Ger- man potato salad to be sold. Hot dogs, coneys, pumpkin and apple pies, coffee, sodas and cider also offered. Rides for Children and live music. St. Raphael, ber 6, a.m. to 3 p.m. Public and other games begin ham shoot at noon; 3 p.m., meat match (beef/pork). i: St. Martin, Chrisne ber 19, 11 a.m. to 7 social. St. Martin's soup, burgers, sweet table, raffle, bingo. Cash and prizes. St. Peter Celestine, tine, October 27, beef shoot, chicken dinners, ers, sausage, soup. Quilts, games for all. St. Martin, Whitfield ber 2, 4 to 8 p.m. Soups wiches, pie and cake. crafts, quilt raffle. Spiritual growth Rachel monument, St. Cemetery, Evansville. day at 1 p.m. For all touched by abortion. (812) 1445. Trips and Tours Holy Rosary trip to St. 9. Missouri Botanical then, the historic Bissell for a four-course, der mystery luncheon. Some club members will take part entertainment; afterward, of Anheuse .r-Busch Bill TenBarge, 476-1743, rations. 44th annual Living trip to Louisville fo: St. John and Auxiliary, Oct. 13, Bettye Koressel, Bill TenBarge (812) reservations. Churches of St. Louis October 17, sponsored Mature Adult Group Newburgh. Featured will Shrine of St. Joseph and the ica of St. Louis (Old followed by Mass at John, Apostle and Church, and lunch at tion. The group will then Francis Xavier Church Louis University eluding the tour at St. Louis. $39 includes fare, coffee and donuts at St. Joseph, College the Cathedral. For call or write Ken New Harmony, IN 47631, 682-4477. St, Ben's Travelers Indianapolis, "Crazy for You," Dinner Theater. Call Charlie Woerz, (812) In the nine.day ] Nov. 4 to 12, Father Henry, endall of Nativity, $1,388 includes first-class Athens, two meals/day, tour es, round-trip from St. Golden Frontier Catholic Pilgrimage (618) Father Henry, ( Pilgrimage to the Land, Nov. 10 to 19, Will of Good Shepherd Evansville, promoter. airfare from New York, dations, full breakfast, daily, daily Mass, and $1,500. Deacon Cy Autumnwood Way, 47715, (812) 477-6750