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i October 12, 1990 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Remember these departed in your prayers Ioyce Alvey, 56, St. Anthony, Evansville, Sept. 26. Robert Auberry, 64, formerly of Washington, Sept. 30. Virginia Barnes, 55, St. Clements, Boonville, Sept. 18. Audrey Bassemeier, 67, Cor- PuS Christi, Evansville, Sept. 30. Bernard Batchelor, 77, St. Mary, Washington, Sept. 13. Raymond Blemker, 70, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Sept. 4. Clara Boeglin,-93, St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, Sept. 24. Barbara [O'Donnell) Britton, 9, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Ormerly of St. Simon, ashington, Sept. 1. _ Madiline 'Loin' Brothers, 67, st. Mary, Washington, Sept. 4. Regina Brown, 78, St. Joseph, Jasper, Sept. 29. Robert Buehler, 08, St. Joseph, Jasper, Sept. 16. , _ St ,_ Juanita Christia,,, 68, . Wendel, St. Wendel, Sept. 10. Ronald Clark, 39, Santa Claus, Sept. 21. Charles Coffey, 92, St. Cle- ment, Boonville, Sept. 30. Susan Dalton, 87, formerly of Ferdinand, Sept. 9. Joseph Dockemeyer, 86, Holy Family, Jasper, Sept. 1. Marguerite 'Peg' Dosch, 61, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 29. Violet Downey, 72, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 16. Glenn George Doyle, 68, formerly of Loogootee, St. Mary, Shoals, Sept. 5. Mary Squire Doyle, 77, St. Peter, Washington, Sept. 4. Marian Elpers, 65, St. Joseph, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Sept. 9. Vincent Fields, 80, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 25. Ann Gallagher, 81, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, Sept. 29. Kenneth 'Butch' Gogel, 63, HAUB STEAK HOUSE PRIME STEAKS - SEAFOOD - CHICKEN (1) 768-6462 LARGE PARTY ROOMS Haubstadt, Ind. I III T I:s .9,,=. Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 beheld j. Traylor ident Phone:486-3285 Mary Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Sept. 29. Elizabeth 'Betty' Grannan, 99, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 10. William "Cotton" Head, 76, St. Theresa, Evansville, Sept. 14. Philip Hildenbrand, 64, Holy Spirit, Evansville, Sept. 12. David Hisch, 42, Evansville, Sept. 5. Anna Hodgkins, 84, St. Joseph, Princeton, Sept. 6. Thomas Honan, 58, father of Lynn Belwood of Evansville, Sept. 1. Bryan Hoyle, 15, Mary, Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, Sept. 14. Pauline Jest, 78, St. Joseph, Evansville, Sept. 5. Daniel Klingle, 37, St. Martin, Loogootee, Sept. 1. William Knapp, 64, St. An- thony, Evansville, Sept. 11. Bernard Kramer, 80, formerly of Daviess County, Sept. 17. Irene Lannan, 95, St. Mary, Washington, Sept. 12. Garrett Love, infant, St. Peter, Loogootee, Sept. 5. Dorothy Melton, 52. Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Sept. 16. Sarah Jane Monk, 43, formerly of Sullivan, Sept. 26. Bernadine Stocker Mueller, 80, Corpus Christi, Evansville, Sept. 13. Mary O'Daniel, 76, St. Joseph, Dale, Sept. 21. David Obermeier, 38, St. Joseph, Jasper, Sept. 10. Robert Orender, 69, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 4. Helen Otto, 78, St. Joseph, Jasper, Sept. 4. Sgt. Robert Palmer, 40, former- ly of Evansville, Sept. 25. Joseph Portello, 67, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Sept 30. James Redmond, 78, St. Philip Neri, Bicknell, Sept. 11. Catherine Rusch, 94, St. Thomas, Knox County, Sept. 26. Blake Schnaus, 5, St. Mary, Ireland, .Sept.,, 22, .............. Edward Seng, 79, St. Raphael, Dubois, Sept. 2. Martha Shetler, 75, Holy Rosary, Evansville, Sept. 2. Raymond Sparrow, 73, Evansville, Sept. 29. Leone Stratman, 85, St. Mary, Huntingburg, Sept. 13. Eric Stewart, 25, St. Matthew, Mt. VernOn, September. Esther Mary Stumpp, 79, St. Simon, Washington, Sept. 20. Cecilia Vaught, 81, St. Peter, Montgomery, Sept. 4. George Frank Weis, Jr., 69, Evansville, Sept. 6. Marie Wininger, 80, St. Joseph, Jasper, Sept. 27. Bulletin Continued from page 6 Park, sponsored by Holy Cross, Ft. Branch. Quilt give-away, food, drinks, country store, bak- ed goods. For more information call 753-4912, or 753-4340. Support groups New Horizons Halloween Dance for divorced, widowed and separated, Fri., Oct. 26, American Legion, Jasper, 9 p.m. - midnight. Music I3] ]eno Underhill. Admission: $4 with costume, $5 without. Depressed Anonymous meets every Thurs., 7:30 p.m., St. Mark's Lutheran Church, 2300 Washington Ave., Evansville. For more information call 479-0956. Parents Using Toughlove sup- port group for parents troubled by teenage behavior, meets every Tues., 6:45 - 9 p.m., Evansville Rescue Mission Youth Care Center, 7th and Chestnut. For more information call 479-0956. Trips St. Joseph Mausoleum Crypt selections are now being offered to Catholic families on a pre- construction basis. OFFERING: Clean, dry, above-ground entombment. A beautiful chapel for committal services & private prayer. An atmosphere reflecting traditional Catholic beliefs. Mausoleum entombment at prices comparable to in-ground monument-lot burial. Oklr - tL pre-need reservation will ensure -e Cypy t or niche of your choice. - REMEMBER - Purchasing pre-construction saves money. Purchasing pre-need potects loved ones. I I I'l.P' WANTI'3) For information at no obligation, please mail the coupon below. Mail to: Name ST. JOSEPH CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM 2500 Mesker Park Drive M.2/10-12 Evansville, Indiana 47720 Address City Zip Phone Parish WHY DELAY MAKING THIS IMPORTANT DECISION? II Louisville Gardens Living Rosary bus trip sponsored by Knights of St. John to join Ken- tucky Knights of St. John, Sun., Oct. 14. Cost of bus: $11 per per- son. Buses leave Town Center parking tot 7:45 a.m., return 6 p.m. Noon meal at Miller's Cafeteria in Louisville. For reser- vations or more information, call Alvin Koressel, 424-7239, or William Tenbarge, 476-1743. Pilgrimage to Birmingham sponsored by St. Ben's Traveler's, over Feast of Im- maculate Conception, Dec. 6 - 9; Ave Maria Grotto, Mother Angelica EWTN, Caritas, Our Lady's Shrine. Begins with 7 a.m. Mass Thurs., St. Ben's church. For more information call 477-7801. Youth Youth Day XXIV Planning Meeting Tues., Oct. 16, 6:30 p.m., St. Mary Religious Educa- tion Center, Hunt.ingburg. Open to all interested youth ministry leaders, adult and youth. Classifieds EXPERIENCED TELEPHONE WORKERS Work from home cir- culating Franciscan Fathers' award- winning publication. Great commis- sions, bonuses, repeat sales, in business for 96 plus years. Write Father Peter, c/o The Franciscans, 1615 Republic St. Cincinnati OH 45210. COOK/HOUSEKEEPER. Full or part- time needed for Senior Citizens Home of 8-10 residents. Responsibilities in- clude Menu planning, lunch and din- ner preparation, grocery shopping, and general housekeeping. Contact Tom Coo at Catholic Charities Bureau at 812/423-5456. 15