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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 11 Zbowl at :', neresa at P0sitin does Cal Ripken (Answers: shortstop, galley, wheel and axle, and three hours.) House tour The seventh annual Sights house and 96 other the national on Nov. 30. COmpleted the multi- topics as sci- Sponsored purchas- hope to owl an annual School "In spite of the snow-covered and icy roads, our homeowners had their homes ready for the tour," Ossenberg said. "Thank you for your atten- dance. We would also like to thank those who so generously opened their homes, all the vol- unteers who worked to make the tour possible, the businesses who supported our schools by ad- vertising in the tour book, and the carolers who added a special ]1 I touch of Christmas spirit." Ossenberg noted that the stu- dents at Mater Dei and Memo- rial high schools "benefit di- rectly from this project." volunteered at the Christmas Store, which is sponsored by Catholic Charities, they were asked to write about their expe- riences. When I first came to the Christmas Store, I didn't really think that there would be enough clothes for lO families. 1 was to- tally amazed to find out that we had lO0-plus families to go. But that the way miracles happelz. Like Jesus and the bread and fish. There was enough to go around. Chris Graves I realized that these people are lost. But by coming to these shel- ters they are finding the path. So now, as they search for God by getting help they will no longer be afraid or lost. I think that even though they need help now, we must all help by contributing time, love and support [br these stores. Emily Carter If everyone had a chance to work at a place like the Christ- mas Store for one day the home- less would have a chance to turn around their lives. Ross Titzer I learned that there are more less fortunate people than I thought there were. So whenever people are collecting money or food or clothing for the less fortu- nate, I will be sure to donate something to their drive. I will Natalie O'Rourke I hope that when I grow up I atn like the people who took time out of their lives to help others who are less fortunate. Krista Elliott Whoever thought of doing this for the poor must have been touched by God in some way. 1 wouht like to tell those people thank you because it nzade me feel really good that I couht help other people in such a way that made them fi,el good also. Greg Folz 1 realized how lucky I am to have ct warm home, food, nice clothes and a good education. Erin gremer I saw one u'oman who had 12 kids and no husband. I really wanted to just reach out and tell her that we could find everything she needed. I wished u'e could giee her more than we could, but we couldn't. Laura Falkenstein They were so surprised when we were polite to them, held the door, carried their stuff, it made me feel good to help them and I knew I teas making their Christ- mas brighter. Ann Boarman also keep them in my prayers be- RIF cause it must be very hard to , =+-:+-, ' ,,, tatt co! f.ybhrhitdren and be':rec+i',l,125 e4.,I+" :7 :: " " ".-: : :" :.i : Fundam6fi[al.grant,.ieoidiag : Martha Render, WCC$prtnci+ pal. The funds will be used to pur- i chase new storybooks which will be given to students in grades one through five. Christmas Store After eighth graders at Christ the King School, Evansville MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St. Lw,'ntown Washington Phone: 254-5141 HEATING & A/C. INC. 24 HR SERVICE 428-2665 118 W. Franklin St., Evansville, IN INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 . :,: :ELDHAUS lAMES A. NIEMEIER lass of '70 GEORGE P. HELFRICH Mater Dei Class of '69 Mater Dei Class of '69 "'We support Catholic Education" Happy Birthday! Msgr. Clarence Lindauer, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Jan 12. He resides at the Little Sisters of the Poor. 1236 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Kenneth Herr, chap- lain and teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, cele- brates his birthday Jan. 13. He resides at the Faculty Residence, 1500 Lincoln Ave, Evansville IN 47714. News from St. Simon Pat Sullivan will be repre- senting St. Simon Church, Washington, on the Washing- ton Catholic School Board for the next three years. Joe Wuertz will he a repre- sentative on the St. John Ceme- Illll Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, "[he Mes- sage, P.O. BocCi 4169, Evansville, IN 471A. The copy,S9 a.m. beforblica-  . tery Board for a three-yvar term. Mike Herring will complete tim term vacated by Ed Lee, who is now an ex-officio member of the board. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Barbara and Jack Jackson, 40 years; Eva and Pete Studer, 52 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann tlughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publica- tion. ,i i i DUBOIS COUNTY BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCORP Member FDIC YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK i i !1 i DONUT BANK, iBakcrl & Coffee 2128 First Ave .............. 42Z1 ! 5 N. Green River Rd ...... 4,.4 5t 1 1031 Dumond Ave ......... 42,841}1l 210 N. St. I,..,:'ph Ave ....... 420-1011 lqSO Washing[on Ave .... 477+2711 Mon+ Sat. 5am-Spin, Sun..ra-lpm "Something good is right on your way" DELICIOUS DON'00FS, CAKES, BAGELS, & COOKIES