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November 13, 1987 The Message-- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 15 Academy chapter Marian Heights Academy chapter of the National Beta Club inducted 21 new members on Nov. 1. Members of the chapter are (front row, from left): Kristi Pnacek, Bridget Graham, Karen Kieffer, Kristina Elazegui, Iji Asfaw, Gretchen Kessler. (Second row) Allison Render, Tracey Bell, Melinda Gillum, Kate Grote, Cay Maloney, Patty Klebba. (Standing): Arlene Lau, Sister Jane Ann Breen, Kim Hewitt, Katrina Acosta, Kristin Gruber, Clare Cooke, Lorraine Hill, Alexandra Schurz, Alesia Hsiao, Sharleen Ernster, Kelly Rogers, Alice Homolka, Ashley Fondrevay, Kerri Wilkinson and Olivia DeAnda. Members not pictured are Sonya Lackey, Brandi Kent, Kimberly Hurley and Kerri Svanda. Holiday Motorcoach Tours Christmas Kansas City Style Dec. 8- 6 Wintcrfest Cincinnati Dec.7 -8 Nashville Country. Christmas Dec. 12 - 13 C-lWtlltamsh Dec. 12 - 18 NewYeaf's Eve at DeflD-Dinner Dec. - Jan. 1 the holidayswith/LA Group Tours. .M.A Travel Evansville 425-2288 & Jasper 634-1213 or toll-lree 1-800-851-0222 i , CHURCH WINDOW RESTORATION & STOM GLASS WINDOWS AND TIFFANY-STYLE SHADES DESIGNED, FABRICATED & REPAI ED 00taineb 00peialtzes, 1220 FIRST AVENUE., EVANSVILLE, IN 47710 TIMOTHY L. DASSEL PRESIDENT PHONE: 425-8658 m AREA CODE: 812 DONUT BANK do.,,, 4 Convenient Locations 00I-Le ]00o88a(00o CLASSIFIEDS 5 word (Tgwgb! .Rlnimum chPee r classified advertisitgf Print your ad on this form, One word, symbol; or abbreviation per blank. Phone number counts as one word. Clip and mail to our office with Payment. No Phone orders; No billing. Copy deadline Is nine days preceding the Friday date of issue (a Wednesday) ,I()B ()l'l'()l{ll INIIII 20 3.00 21 3.15 22 3.30 23 3.45 24 3.60 25 3.75 26 3.90 27 4.05 28 4.20 29 4.35 30 4.50 31 4.65 32 4.80 33 4.95 34 5.10 35 5.25 35 5.40 37 5.55 35 5.70 39 5.85 40 6.00 41 6.15 42 6.30 43 6.45 44 6.60 45 6.75 45 6.90 47 7.05 48 7.20 49 7.35 50 7.50 Cost of your ad is the dollar amount that appears below the final word ($3.00 minimum) NO PHONE ORDERS--NO BILLING The Message Classifieds 4200 N. Kentucky Ave. * P.O. Box 4169 Evansville, IN 47711 * (812) 424-5536 Challengegrants $750,000 given to Saint Meinrad College, Seminary Challenge grants totalling $750,000 have been announced at St. Meinrad, by Archabbot Timothy Sweeney, O.S.B., chairman of St. Meinrad Seminary's Board of Trustees. Of the total, $250,000 is a "Dream of Distinction "Award from Lilly Endowment, for use toward expanding communica- tions courses; $500,000 has been granted to St. Meinrad by Mrs. Virginia Marten of In- dianapolis, for use toward im- proving homiletics. The archabbot said that alum- ni and friends would be asked to meet the challenge grants, which must be matched dollar for dollar by 1989. Plans for the grants -- and the matching funds -- include a homiletics lab, a language lab, additional college courses in radio, television and computer science. The "Dream of Distinction" Award is one of several awards granted to private colleges and universities by Lilly Endowment. The latest Marten award is part of $1.2 million given to St. Meinrad by John and Virginia Marten. John Marten died in 1985; he had served as an Overseer at St. Meinrad. The Marten gifts are intended to im- prove the quality of homilies. Sister Kunkler dies Nov. 5 Services for Sister Mary Joseph Kunkler, 81, who died Nov. 5, were held Nov. 7 at the Convent Immaculate Concep- tion, Ferdinand. A native of Evansville, Sister Kunkler was the daughter of Frederick and Philomena (Becher) Kunlder, both deceas- ed. She is survived by a cousin, Rev. Carl Kunkler of Jasper and several other cousins. She had been a professed member of the Ferdinand Benedictine community for 62 VINCENNES American National Bank Bicknell - Sandborn Vincennes Drive-in Facilities - Member F.D.I.C. A Full Service Bank HUNTINGBURG Buehlers I.G.A. "The Thrifty Housewife's Source of Savings" QUALITY FOODS, MEATS HUNTINGBURG Compliments Nass & Son Inc. FUNERAL HOME Huntlngburg, Ind. FEDERAL, STATE & CIVIL service Jobs. $14,707 to $66,819/Year. Now hiringl CALL JOB LINE 1-518-459-3611 Ext. F3717B for info 24 HRS. HIRING! GOVERNMENT JOBS your area. Many immediate openings without waiting list or test. $15,000 -- $68,000. Call (602) 838-8885 EXT. 4880. years. She entered the convent in 1923 and made her first vows two years later. Sister Kunkler taught in elementary schools in southern Indiana, including Troy, Starlight, Celestine, Cannelton, Dale, Mariah Hill, Mont- gomery, Fulda, Ferdinand Consolidated and part-time at St. Anthony. Other schools where she taught are St. John, Elberfeld; St. James, Haubstadt; and St. Joseph, Evansville. She had also been active in volunteer work at St. Joseph's Hospital in Huntingburg since 1983. Sister O'Toole dies Nov. 2 Services for Sister Marie Catherine O'Toole, 84, who died Nov. 2, were held Nov. 4 in the Church of the Im- maculate Conception with burial in the convent cemetery at St. Mary-of-the-Woods. A native of Chicago, Ill., Sister O'Toole entered the Con- gregation of the Sisters of Pro- vidence in 1928 and made her final vows in 1935. She taught in schools staffed by the Sisters of Providence in Illinois, Indiana and Massachusetts. Schools in the Diocese of Evansville in which Sister O'Toole taught include Reitz Memorial High School, Evansville, St. John School, Loogootee, and St. Simon School and Washington Catholic High School, Washington. She is survived by a brother, Edward O'Toole of Chicago Heights, Ill., and many nieces and nephews. The Message Classifieds Deadline: Nine days preceding the Friday date of issue (a Wednesday). Rates: 15 per word, symbol, or abbreviation. No minimum number of words needed. Novenas: Cost of publication for Novenas is $15.00. Please include your initials. Payment: All ads must be paid for when placed by mail. NO ADS WILL BE TAKEN OVER THE PHONE; NO BILLS WILL BE SENT. Rejections: Ads that are illegible, lacking proper payment, or that fail to meet the advertising standards of the Message will not be published.