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October 16, 1987 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana IIIIII I HONORING MARY The priests and parishioners of the Washington Deanery held a day of Marian Devotions, Oct. 4 at Montgomery, Ind. Anita Grannan, daughter of Bob and Dottie Grannan, crowned the Blessed Mother. The program also included scripture readings, the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament and the Living Rosary. The choir from St. Peter Church, Montgomery, performed under the direction of organist Angie Traylor. Twenty exhibits were on display, including a quilt designed by Sister Mary Majol and Mrs. Bernie Fuhs. Priests present for the ceremony were Father Joseph Clauss, pastor of St. Patrick, St. Michael and St. Peter :) Churches, Montgomery; Father Bob Temme, associate pastor of St. Simon Church, Washington; Father Leo Kiesel, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Petersburg and Blessed Sacrament, Oakland City; Father Albertus Lutterbach, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Martin County; Msgr. Carl Shetler, pastor of St. Martin Church, Whitfield and St. Mary Church, Shoals; Father Phil Kreilein, pastor of St. Mary Church, Washington; and Father Paul Roos, pastor of All Saints Church, Cannelburg and St. Mary Church, Barr Township. Seminarian Scott Hedrick, director of Catholic education in Montgomery, led the prayers of the faithful. --Photos by Alice R. Scheller Living rosary October 18 A living rosary will encircle the grotto hill of the Convent of Immaculate Conception grounds in Ferdinand at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18, com- memorating October as rosary month and this year as the Marian Year. Sisters from the convent, students from Marian Heights Academy and parishioners from St. Ferdinand Church will collaborate to present the living rosary. Sister Helen Maurer, convent liturgist and music and vocal instructor at the academy, is directing the devotional tribute. In case of bad weather, the event will take place in the con- vent chapel. 11 J "We'll see some w"at00 going on when in this progress town? seems it AI becomes that moneyisbeing thrown around... for a driveway PP here, a sidewalk there. We need 00omeonow00ocan ta00econt00o, v of the financial progress of Evansville, someone who's responsible to the people. Paid for and authorized by the Vanderburgh County Republican Central Committee. Tom Sheller. Ir., Chairman A man with experience and maturity will step into the mayor's office and handle it! I know we'll see some real progress When A! Folz becomes mayor. He has my vote."  FOLZ MAYOR FOR EVANSVILLE