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7 the Diocese Janet Joest, Sister Mary Vin- art and Sister Mary Hillen, reunion at St, ,Evansvme. St. Ben's reunion Over 400 alumni, former and current faculty, and friends at- tended the 80th anniversary re- union at St. Benedict School, Evansville, Oct. 31. Festivities opened with a Mass con-celebrated by Benedictine Father Gregory Chamberlin, Benedictine Father Stephen Snoich, Benedictine Father David Rabenecker, Benedic- tine Father Harold Hammer- stein, Benedictine Father Warren Heitz, Father John Davidson, Benedictine Fa- ther Camillus Ellsperman and Benedictine Father Bede Cisco. After Mass, both school build- ings were opened for visits. Cur- rent faculty members were avail- able in their classrooms to answer iuestions about the school today. Science and computer demon- strations were given by students. Speech team members and the Glee Club also performed for guests. The refreshment committee, chaired by Pattie Ziemer, served refreshments in the school cafeteria. Photographs dating back to the excavation of the school's foundation were displayed. Happy Birthday! Msgr. Clarence Lindauer, chaplain at the St. John's Home for the Aged, Evans- ville, celebrates his birthday Jan. 12. Father Kenneth Herr, chap- lain and teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, cele- brates his birthday Jan. 13. Election results Donna Powell and Mary Jo Wichman are the newest at- large members of the Parish Council at St, Mary Church, Washington. Jim Strosnider has been re- elected to the school board and Lester Smith has been re- elected to the cemetery board. 50 years Congratulations to Pete and Eva Studer, members of St. Theresa Church, Evansville, who recently celebrated their golden anniversary. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publica- tion. Domingo, president; Katy nefits noted Muehlbauer, vice-president; Lfi ariaual "Sights and Beth Muehlbauer, secretary, s Christlnas and Jacob Wilson, treasurer. imge.nerated o ^Hme -L the s*--,  v'26"90 to d 0_=,ents of Mater Library aaSVilta hal High Sch,lo -11 ',Jr a " -=--,o 't':a g -.erGlcnda assistant "ded, volua,nked people who .u, PPorted 'te rs, businesses Beth Brown recently began 'lsia, ._ .e project with duties as the library assistant at 8tas=shorQers, creators of St. Benedict School, Evans- ales co .tems, members ville.  those aittee, and espe- i, their h: so, generously 'm, -',-es" to make it Winners aeXtyear Sally Cries and Dan .11. will be held Werner, eighth graders at St. donation e, built a according to Ce- items Tri-State director of the Students the Worth "over over Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, were winners in the diocesan speech tournament. Christmas giving at St. Joe's Students at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, sent over 100 letters and Christmas cards to three servicement from their parish. The Student Council also sponsored a bake sale, with pro- ceeds going to purchase gifts for residents at Holiday Nursing Principal Home. School, birthday Sharing gifts Memorial High School stu- dents from seven home rooms collected canned goods and $535 for the Ozanam Family Shelter. Students from seven home rooms collected some 300 canned goods items for the House of Bread and Peace. Students in five home rooms collected about 110 items for the Mental Health Association Gift List. Students in 15 home rooms pooled their efforts and provided Christmas roll i1| i Main Street [ Pharmacy 217 E. Main St. Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 of for- t Memor. Students: ; rty a Jessica , ald Court. ileen Pas- Fagan, Jessica and Lori --- Cecille et; Sarah "President; Secretary, treasurer. presents for 14 needy families. About 25 students worked a Sat- urday in the soup kitchen at the House of Bread and Peace, and about 35 students helped with a party for inner city children at the YMCA. WCCS winner Amanda Carrico, a fifth grader at Westside Catholic Consolidated Intermediate School, Evansville, is the win- ner of her school's Geography Bee. She will now enter the na- tional bee. Adam Craig is runner-up. Top places Christina Montgomery has won first place in the first grade division of the Indiana Poison Control contest. She is a student at Holy Spirit School, Evans- ville. Holy Spirit students Justin Bates and Melanie Boberg are. winners in the Buy-Low coloring contest. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC Licensed Bonded Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P,O. 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