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January6,1989 m| The Message- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese 7 Bringing history to life The fifth grade class at Precious Blood School, Jasper, have an Indian tepee set up in the corner of their classroom. They hold their history class there. Class members are Chris Aders, Craig Beck, Lori Collier, Lisa Davis, Alicia Giesler, Shaun Mehringer, Karen Rudolph, Emily Schnellenberger, Audry Vogler, Teri Wehr and Jeff Wolf. --, Message Photo by Barbara Paul Experimenting Third graders in Sister Joanna Brown&apos;s science class at Precious Blood School, Jasper, are'doing ex- periments with solids, liquids and gas. The students are Brandon Aders, Adam Beck, Eric Crays, Mary Rose Fenol, Lee Hauter, Nicholas Healy, Heather Humbert, Alyssa Knies, Angela Lambert, Elisabeth Schepers, JanaScherle, Kimberly Scherle, Andrew Vogler and Jayma Wehr. -- Message Photo by Barbara Paul Continued from page 6 Historical Society, the day marked the 150th anniversary of the first time the town's founder, Father Jospeh Kundek, passed through the area. Kundek Sunday was the first event in anticipation of Ferdi- nand's sesqui-centennial celebration in July of 1990. The community was founded by Father Kundek in 1840. 1988 was a benchmark year for two Evansville parishes marking anniversaries. St. Benedict Church celebrated its 75th jubilee with a Mass on March 20, and parishioners at St. Anthony Church held a centennial celebration June 5-12. Also celebrating a centennial in 1988 was St. Michael Church, Daviess County. The parish of 24 families staged a four-day celebration Sept. 29-Oct. 2. An event of international cooperation was also celebrated in southwestern Indiana, in ear- ly 1988. The Sisters of St. Benedict, well-known in the diocese for their ministry of hospitality, ex- tended their hospitality to three citizens of the Soviet Union who were visiting the Hoosier state in February. The three were part of a delegation of 100 Soviets who attended the Soviet-American Citizens' Summit in Washington, D.C., Feb. 1-5. The sisters invited them to visit the Convent Immaculate Conception, Ferdinand, where they spoke about the Soviet Union, attended the evening prayer service and shared a meal. Sister Jane Michele McClure, director of communications, spoke of the importance of the Soviets' visit in promoting world peace. "Peace begins with meeting someone face to face and seeing that they are human beings with the same needs and wants," she said. 'Bake for Life' cake The fifth grade religion class at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non, has been studying the Sacra- ment of Matrimony. Here is their recipe for a happy marriage. Guaranteed Bake for Life Cake 1 gal. love 4 qts. pre-nuptial planning 3 lbs. things in common 1/2 gal. communication I tsp. fights 3 tbsp. make-up time Grease and flour a gx12 pan. Turn oven to 350 o. Mix first two ingredients until well blended. Set aside. Mix next three ingre- dients in the order given. For spice, add the fights. Put in a WCCS Fall Festival booths The Westside Catholic Con- solidated School Fall Festival booths had a combined profit of $13,895. " Memorial's Speech Team The speech team at Memorial High' School, Evansville, finish- ed third out of 14 schools in the North Posey Speech Meet, under the coaching of Brenda Donofrio. Individual winners were Maria Dickinson, first; Lori Bolterstein, Mike Kula, second; Kim Galsor, Matt Garst, third; Cheryl Hauchmeister, Julie Cook, fourth, and Susan Donahue, DeDe Laurence, fifth. blender until the batter is smooth and lump free. Add the Mater Dei's real<e-up time for the sweeten- ing. Fold the two mixtures together, pour into prepared pan and bake for one hour. If properly cared for, the "goodie" will last a lifetime. Serve o special occasions, such as births, family gather- ings, or when the marriage needs renewal. Decorations from St. Joe School Students at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, made the Christmas decorations at Swonder Ice Rink in Evansville. New teacher Patricia Flake is the newest Religious Education teacher at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville. Honor Society New members of the Honor Society at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, include: Seniors: Jeremy Adler, Mindy Coomes, Angle Dezember, Craig Goedde, Alan Inkenbrandt, Maria Lindenschmidt, Jim Marsh, Lisa McNeely and Chris Scheu. Juniors: Darryl Adler, Angle Bosse, Joann Braun, Kevin Cor- coran, Jason Craig, Susan Hasselbrink, Chris Herrmann, Kristi Johnson, Sarah Kitsch, Rachel Mayer, Jeff Preske, Ken- dra Rexing, Paula Scales, Tim Tenhumberg, Brian Wan- nemuehler and Brad Will. Cassie Morris is president and Melanie Seib is vice-president. Other officers are Paula Kiesel, secretary and Tim Weinzapfel, treasurer. Debra Haton is the sponsor.. !| Woman of the Year by the Jasper Jasper coug..e Business and Professional honored Women's Club. Sister Babcock is a member of H.E. and Maxine Thyen of St. the Little Company of Mary. Joseph Church, Jasper, were honored recently for their --" " -Wolun*ee'n- establishment of the Thyen Ministry Fund. Bob Elpers, a member of the Their fund makes possible the Stephen Ministry program at St. Joseph, which has been in ex- istence for four years. A Mass of Thanksgiving was celebrated by Father Tim Ten. barge, a trained leader in the Stephen Ministry. Co-ordinating the Mass and reception were Shirley Vogt, chairman of educa- tion, and Sister Renee Cunu. ingham, L.'C.M., director of education of trainees. Happy Birthday! Father John Emge of the Old Cathedral, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday Jan. 7. Father Clarence Lindauer of St. John's Home for the Aged, 1236 Lincoln Ave., Evansville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 12. Father Kenneth Herr of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 13. parish council at St. Joseph Church, Dale, was in charge of the finishing and installation of new book racks in the church pews. Christmas choir Donating their time to help with the Christmas choir recep- tion at St. Matthew Church, Mount Vernon, were Joe and Mary Fickas, Frances Wehr, Myrtle Sigler, the Dave Ritzert family, Naomi Overton, Connie Scheller, Sandy Gayetsky and the Ken Spindler family. Christmas gift St. Anthony Church, St. An: thony, received a $100 Christmas gift from the Dubois County Bank. Woman of the Year Sister Mary Babcock, director of nursing for Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper has been selected asthe 1988-89 Donation Christ the King parishioner Joyce Martin made the violet chasuable and altar cloth for this year's Advent season; the materials were donated by the Christ the King Altar Society.