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IOober19,1990 IBulletin The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Continued from page 8 church, featuring fried chicken, ausage or hamburger dinners, landmade quilts, bingo, other tames. Ham shoot starts noon; eef shoot starts 3 p.m. St. Joseph's Annual Turkey oot sponsored by St. Joe Men's Ub, Sun., Oct. 28, noon til dark ?a school grounds, 6202 W. St. Oseph Rd., Evansville. Spiritual life 00ograms Vocation Awareness Retreat Nov. 10-11 at Sisters of St. Fran- is, Oldenburg, open to single atholic women 18 yrs. and older Who are interested in religious life. For more information con- It:. Classifieds ,.. ERIENCED TELEPHONE WORKERS Work from home cir- Culating Franciscan Fathers' award- .inning publication. Great commis- ions, bonuses, repeat sales, in USiness for 96 plus years. Write Father Peter c/o The Franciscans, 1615 Repubiic St Cincinnati OH )s210. OOK/HOUSEKEEPER. Fu or part- time needed for Senior Citizens Home o! 8-10 residents. Responsibilities in- elude Menu planning, lunch and din- er preparation, grocery shopping, d general housekeeping. Contact ern Coe at Catholic Charities Bureau et 8121423.5456. tact Sr. Maureen Irvin, 812-934-2475, or 812-934-5016. Support groups New Horizons Support Group for divorced, widowed and separated meets Sun., Oct. 21, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m., D.C. Bank base- ment, Jasper. Ft. Greg Spencer will lead discussion on "Spirituality Today and How It Fits Into Our Lives." Families Facing Cancer pro- gram Wed., Oct. 24, 7 p.m., Me- Curdy Residential Center, 101 S.E. 1st St., Evansville. Topic: "Health, Fitness, and Cancer." COORDINATOR NEEDED For after school child-care program at Holy Redeemer School. Hours 1:30 - 5:30 p.m. daily while school is in session. If in- terested or would like more information, Call the parish office, 424-8344. For more information call Sheila Hauck, 853-6748. New Horizons Halloween Dance for divorced, widowed and separated, Fri., Oct. 26, American Legion, Jasper, 9 p.m. - midnight. Music: DJ Jeno . Underhill. Admission: $4 with costume, $5 without. Youth Rappin ' program of Jr. Mental Health Assoc., meets Men., Oct. 22, 7 - 8:30 p.m., Noble Roman's Pizza, Ross Center, 2403 Washington Ave., Evansville. High school students only. For ii "  Peoples Trust Company 59 SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 [ LOOG6000EE----] FOOD MARKET [ INC. [ GENE BURCH [ more information call 479-0956. Adult Youth Leaders Support Gathering Thurs., Oct. 25, 6:30 p.m., St. John, Daylight, for any adults ministering to youth. Youth Quake '90 for all St. Joseph, Jasper youth, Sun., Oct. 28, 2:30 - 9 p.m., meeting at St. Joe north parking lot, caravan to Ireland Sportsman Club. Fun and games, liturgy, dinner, followed by dance. Cost: $4 per person. St. Elpers dies Oct. 7 Services for Sister Agnes Cecilia Elpers O.S.B., 71, who died Oct. 7, were held Oct. 9 in the Convent of the Immaculate Conception Church, Ferdinand, with burial in the convent cemetery. Sister Elpers was born in Haubstadt. She entered the con- gregation of the Sisters of St. Benedict in 1937 and made her final vows in 1942. She celebrated her silver jubilee in 1964 and her golden jubilee in 1989. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of St. Benedict, including 36 years in Evansville area schools. She taught kindergarten at St. Benedict School for 25 years, from 1960 to 1985. She also taught second grade at St. Benedict's, at St. Joseph School, Evansville, and St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. For the past two years, she taught religious education at St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand. Survivors include three sisters, Christina Voelker and Beatrice Weis, both of Wadesville, and Florence Rose of Haubstadt, and three brothers, Aemilian and Norbert, both of Haubstadt, and Marcellus of Evansville. Find Your Special Place In The Sun... At Solarbron Pointe! Dale Tcnison found his special place. "l,'ve got the Iest of hoth worlds here. Whulu UIsu ('gill VOll walk out the door to your own fis'l)ing hole, be sttn'ot(nded by natttre, and still be so close to town ? It k like flying next door to heavett. " Solarbron Pointe. It's not just retirement.., it's a way of life! Affordable, luxury living Fine dining Magnificent 72 acre wooded grounds with lake Totally independent and secure environment housekeeping Exercise equipment and much more... Interest in our few remaining apartments is high, so don't delay. Call us today at (812)985-9955, and find out more about the "Solarbron Lifestyle." P O I N I" E 1501 McDoweli Road Evansville, IN 47712 ' " (812) 985-9955 (Ha,3' 62 West, past U.S.I. campus to Mcl)owell Rd., and turn kft ) 11