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_ October 7, 1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana . 11 83- Continued from page 1 George and Pauline Burch, St. Martin, Whitfield. Charles Burns, St. Peter, Linton. Alice Chamberlain, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt. Leona Conn, Sacred Heartl Vincennes. Andy and Betty Day, Old Cathedral, Vincennes. V Mary Dollahan, St. John, incennes. Joseph and Maureen Es- parza, Christ the King, Evans- ville. N Mary Anne Farris, Holy ame, Bloomfield. Honesto and Rose Fenol, Sts. Peter and Paul, Petersburg. Norman and Sue Hagan, Nativity, Evansville. Rose Hart, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell. Richard and Georgia Hart- mann, Corpus Christi, Evans- ville. Magdalen Hildenbrand, St. Joseph, Evansville. Richard and Bernadette Hopf, Precious Blood, Jasper. Daniel and Cecelia Jarboe, St. John, Daylight. Catherine Kavanaugh, All Saints, Cannelburg. Mildred Krapf, St. Joseph, Jasper. James Krodel, St. Mary, Sul- livan. James and Lenora Larkin, St. John, Loogootee. Alice Lundy, St. Mary, Shoals. Martha Lee Maas, St. Bernard, Rockport. Gerald and Jane Mattingly, St. Mary, Daviess County. Ed and Mary May, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt. ATTENTION!!! TV VIEWERS No Money Down Receive 50-200 T.V. Channels Cinernax, Showtime, HBO 1-800-347-4331 1-800-680-6770 1-800-484-9281 Gil and Beulah Mosbey, Good Shepherd, Evansville. Charles and Irene Murphy, Good Shepherd, Evansville. Patrick and Jeannette O'Brian, St. Michael, Daviess County Edward and Agnes Ottens- meyer, Sacred Heart, Vin- cennes. Lucille Recker, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand. Clarence and Virginia Reis- ing, St. James, St. James. Raymond and Elizabeth Rush, St. Philip, St. Philip. Edward and Anna Mae Schaaf, Precious Blood, Jasper. Frank Smith, St. John the Baptist, Newburgh. Flora Stenftenagel, Holy Family, Jasper. James and Carol Templin, St. Simon, Washington. Herbert and Maxine Thyen, St. Joseph, Jasper. Esther Turnbloom, Blessed Sacrament, Oakland City. Lawrence Ubelhor, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County. Victor and Joan Ubelhor, Christ the King, Evansville. Angie Uebelhor, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand. C. Thomas and Judy Wag- ner, St. Simon, Washington. Edmund Walker, St. John the Baptist, Vincennes. Bill and Margaret Wallace, St. John the Baptist, New- burgh. Norbert Weber Sr., St. Mar- tin, Chrisney. Bill .Weikel, St. Mary, Evansville. Albinus and Mildred Wend- holt, St. Henry, St. Henry. Irene Werne, Holy Family, Jasper. Mary Gladys Wheeler, Old Cathedral, Vincennes. Robert ar.d Rosemary Wich- man, St. Mary, Washington. Jeff and Michelle Wildeman, St. Philip, St. Philip. K of C football league play continues The following information was provided by Thomas J. Jones, league president. The third week of play for the Memorial High School Knights of Columbus Grade School Football League was held Sunday, Oct. 2.. In the second quarter of the first game, Andre Thomas Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St.. Downtown Wastilngton Phone: 254-5141 PROVIDEI4CE God's face turned toward the world / . !LET IT SHINE! Thousands of cldl dence each In the faces 04" their $.L dren and teem see Provl " day Isters of Providence teachers, pflndpals, parbh mlnbters and coumelors. Will they see It In your face too? Take a closer look. Contact Sister Bernice Kuper, Sisters of Providence, Saint Mary-of.the-Woods, Indiana 47876 Phone: 812-535-4193 scored on a one-yard run for St. Benedict/Holy Name. With only 18 seconds of regulation play, Jake Tucker pushed into the end zone for St. Theresa/Holy Rodeemer, to tie the game. In overtime, Tucker threw a nne-yard pass to tight end Brad Hayden for a touch- down; St. Benedict/Holy Name was stopped at the one-foot line, giving St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer the victory, 12-6. In the first quarter of the second game, Andy Paggett ran 22 yards for the only score, giving Holy Rosary/Good Shep- herd/St. John its first victory, a 6-0 win over Christ the King/Holy Spirit. On Oct. 9, Christ the King/Holy Spirit plays St. Benedict/Holy Name; Holy Rosary/Good Shepherd/St. John takes on league leading St. Theresa/Holy Redeemer. I I bq III FOREVER YOURS Southlane Flea Market 2608 S. Kentucky Ave. Fri. 10-6, Sat & Sun. 9-5 Wedding & Western Wear. Cakes & Catering Set-up & clean- up. Flowers-real & silk. Photography. Christian invitations 20% off. Consignments taken till 1. 424-2608 RED BRusH sPOT SHOOT ,Sundays -Dot+ It Beginning at 11 a.m. St. Rueert Church Red Brush 3 miles Northeast of Alcoa 12 Ga. only - Guns Available PRIZZSt Whole Hams Turkeys Cash Qui Rame Sweet Shop Public Party * Butgoo Barbecued & Fried Chicken of other Eats Skis Posted I I Ill