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October 13, 1995 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 00mber these faithfully departed in your prayers Louis Abner, 89, St. John, Mary, Shoals, September 24. Rose M. Jahn, 90, St. Christ the King, Evansville, September 11. Valentine Begle, 58, St. Fer- inand, Ferdinand, September 3. Vincent Bilskie, St., 89, Heart, Vincennes, t. Mary E. Blessinger, 76, d Shepherd, Evansville, 9. Doyle Bone, 64, Holy Re- Evansville, August 13, Chester Brown, 85, Cathedral, Vincennes, (Marczak) Conrad, Philip Neri, Bicknell, Deig, 87, St. Philip, September 18. t Diekman, 76, St. Jasper, September 21. Wichman Divo, 42, St. ry, Washington, September Orville Doerr, 84, Holy Re- Evansville, September Jo Doyle, 71, St. Brett Egg, 26, St. Joseph, Jasper, September 27. Richard Gehlhausen, 80, St. Joseph, Jasper, September 8. Ernest Guy, 72, St. Mary Washington, September 13. William J. Gries, 88, St. James, St. James, September 2. Cornelius Gutgsell, 84, St. Joseph, Jasper, August 5. Anthony B. Haas, 87, St. Anthony, St. Anthony, Septem- ber 19. Verena Hailer, 91, St. Joseph, Jasper, September 6. Floyd Hartlein, 64, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, July 14. Hazel Harty, 91, St. Boni- face, Evansville, September 27. Hazel Hayden, 88, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Septem- ber 17. Herbert Hedinger, 76, St. Ferdinand, Ferdinand, Septem- ber 29. Viola Henke, 87, Holy Family, Jasper, September 19. Clarence R. Hutchison, 64, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, August 18. AUTO RATES INCREASING? - aay tot discounts GOOd StUdent di Aut .... . scounts ,', u/orne discounts Ood Driver discounts .. 464.5 9A9G3E N C Y JAMES A. NIEMEIER Mater Dei Class of '69 'i ....... :-MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 Joseph, Jasper, August 21. Janet Jarboe, 78, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Septem- ber 3. Helen Lutterbach, 87, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, September 21. Robert McAtee, 68, Good Shepherd, Evansville, Septem- ber 1. Thomas Madden, 68, St. John, Loogootee, August 31. Gaynold Martin, 83, Sa- cred Heart, Vincennes, September 12. Anna Mattox, 89, St. Mary Washington, September 3. Daniel L. "Bub" Mills, 76, Sacred Heart, Evansville, September 6. Lamar Montgomery, 96, St. Joseph, Vanderburgh County, Evansville, September 5. Edward A. Mudd, 88, Old Cathedral, Vincennes, Septem- ber 12. McKenzie Marlene Nash, infant, Old Cathedral, Vin- cennes, August 27. Charles O. Oertwig, 78, II #, Iit "re ,o,, ill III ill August 31. Urban B. Rasehe, 77, St. Joseph, Jasper, August 19. Teresa Rode, 86, Scred Heart, Evansville, September 23. Louis Scherzer, 97, Mary, Help of Christians, Mariah Hill, August 24. Rose C. Schipp, 91, St. Joseph, Jasper, August 17. Catherine M. Shepard, 85, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, September 28. Vincent B. Stolz, 77, Sts. Peter and Paul, Haubstadt, August 29. Herman Taylor, 73, Holy Redeemer, Evansville, Septem- ber 22. Ralph H. Theile, 80, St. Joseph, Jasper, September 3. Eleanor Voegerl, 89, St. Joseph, Jasper, September 29. Bertha Weidenbenner, 88, St. Joseph, Jasper, September 12. O. Jack Wilkinson, 91, Sa- cred Heart, Evansville, September 21. Gregory T. Wissing, 46, Sacred Heart, Vincennes, September 10. Sister Ross dies Oct. 1 Services for Providence Sis- ter Rose Margaret, 85, who died Oct. 1, were held Oct. 4, at St. Mary-of-the-Woods, with burial in the convent cemetery. Sister Ross entered the Con- gregation of the Sisters of Providence in 1930, and made her final vows in 1939. She taught music in schools staffed by the Sisters of Provi- dence, including Sacred Heart School, Evansville. MUENSTERMAN'S FIRESTONE SERVICE, INC. 1400 W. Franklin EvansviHe, IN 424-5000 t,rNTEED SOU BAN]K m mJB m II,hI:OIP WASHINGTON-SHOALS-LOOGOOTEE 1 FIRST FEDERAL Savings and Loan Association Washington & Loogootee Th( EXtend your Sisters of of I '876 Custom Made On Your Lot Thousands of References POST BUILDING PKGS. Complete pre-engineered packages for you to build. Very Low Prices. TRUSS RAFTERS Excellent Prices-Any Size to 1OO' OVERHEAD DOORS Hundreds in Stock Nobody Berets Our PrtceR METAL ROOFING Over 20,000 Sq. In Stock. Any Length Cut To Inch. Best Prices Around. DAVIESS CO. METAL Hwy. 50 E., Cannelburg. 4 mi. E. Montgomery 812-295-4299 _= II I Shroud 'signi The authentici hroud of Turin a burial cloth :is sti[ question despite, tests dating it to t Ages, said Cardinal Saldarini of Turin. ,] were 11