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High School Teens for Life in motion cars. said his winning car, "Big -- Deidre Holland and Jill organization are Bertha Langley, "These are 'hands-on' type Wheels" was the result of "trial Schroeder, volleyball president; Roxana Ca'owe, vice- Eighth graders at Corpus students," Schultheis said. "I and error." -- Will Blaker, Tim Conway, president; Catina Taylor, Christi School, Evansville, wanted them to experience City Pat Blair and Duane Hirsch, secretary, and Ann Blessinger, learned a lesson about motion designing and building a vehicle All.-- football, treasurer. and engineering last week, with limited resources and a Academic team - Fred Rusche and Mark thanks to their science teacher, limited time period." Titzer, tennis. Rick Schultheis. Schultheis said some designs Students at Memorial High '-- Jennifer Schmidt, Monica Please send information for The eighteen students were had to be "completely revamped. School, Evansville, who have Perkins, Erin Cobb, Mike SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary divided into groups of three and Their first ideas didn't work and been named to the All-City Breshears, Andy Miller, Joe Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. given their assignment: to build a they had to modify them." Academic team are Theby, Tim Vieth and Grog Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. vehicle out of cardboard, paper, After three weeks of prepara- -- Conor O'Daniel, Greg Tucker, soccer. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. glue, string and wire and then tion, the students were ready to nayden, Mark Seib, Roxana Teens for Life the Friday before publication power it with a rubber band. test their designs. Eighth grader Crowe, Ginger Knowlton, Cindy date. They were given three weeks to Andy Broerman was the captain Reisin 8 and Kristi Campbell, New officers of the Memorial ...... Principal position vacant Mark McDonald, principal at St. Benedict School, Evansville, will be resigning his position at the end of the school year. A search com- mittee has been formed to in- terview candidates for the position, accordiIg to Father Camillus Ellspermann, pastor. St. Benedict School has grades kindergarten through eight. Applicants for the position must be graduates of an ac- credited college or universi- ty with a master's degree in education and an ad- ministration license. Ap- plicants must also have teaching experience and/or administrative experience in an education setting. Persons interested in the position may contact Father Ellsperman; St. Benedict Church; 1312 Lincoln Avenue; Evansville, Indiana Corpus Christi eighth grader A.J. Kuhlman, left, makes ad- 47714. justments on his homemade vehicle before his race begins. Cor- Applications will be ac- pus Christi science teacher Rick Schultheis, above, tracks a stu- cepted through March 1; in- dent's homemade car during race day last week at the school terviews for the position will - Message Photos by Mary Ann Hughes begin in February. KofC honors family The family of Alan and Dana Hoffman of Jasper has been named family of the month by the Msgr. Othmar Schroeder Knights of Columbus. The Hoffmans are members of St. Joseph Church, Jasper. They are currently serving in the RCIA program and were chairpersons for the RENEW Program at St. Joseph's. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman are the parents of three children, Lori, Jill and Mark. 4-H awards at Holy Family Four members of Holy Family Church, Jasper, received awards at the 4-H Achievement Banquet. They are Annette Hasenour, photography; Mary Burke, needlecraft;. Darla Patterson, basic crafts, and Karen Aders, forestry. Officers Of the 4-H include Allie Tagliarani, president; Tara Brames, vice-president; Alicia Vonderheide, secretary, and Lynn Dippel, treasurer. Other officers are Alison Eckert, health and safety; Ann Welp, historian; Jennifer Haas, Melissa Knies, Jennifer Werne and Mary Vonderheide, recrea- tion leaders; Karen Aders, Sara Hasenour and Molly Mehringer, song leaders, and Anita Wibbels and Attic Winter, junior assistants. Happy Birthday! Father Carl Kunkler of Pro- vidence Home, Jasper, celebrates his birthday Jan. 18. Finance Committee Members of the newly formed Finance Committee at St. Mary Church, Sullivan, are Ray Haag, Jim Krodel, Sandy Laconi, Brad Page, Gene Pech, Mark Stacy and Art Stanley. Christian Mothers Lucille Hardwick will be representing the Christian Mothers on the parish council at St. Mary Church, Sullivan. Anniversaries Couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries include: Henry and Minnie Holmes, 48 years; Harold and Betty Sanders, 43 years; Gee and Irene /(rack, 46 years, and Martin and Gladys Roth, 52 years. Eagle Scout Ryan Joe Schuetter has been awarded an Eagle Scout Badge. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Schuetter of Hunting- burg and a member of St. Mary Church, Huntingburg. Honored Alberto Correa has been named Youth of the Month by the Huntingburg Optimist Club. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Geston Correa and a member of St. Mary Church, Huntingburg. Anniversary Peter and Eva Studer of St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrated their 45th wedding an- niversary in December. Folk group Bill Nenmicht is the newest member of the Folk Group at St. Joseph Church, Evansville. Anniversary Albert and Betty Wenzel of Ho- ly Family Church, Jasper, are celebrating their 41st wedding anniversary. St. Ann's Auxiliary New officers in St. Ann's Aux- iliary 309 are Allene Hirsch, president; Urma Spindler, first vice-president; Martha Paul, se- cond vice-president; Rosalee Neumann, recording secretary; Sandy Arnold, financial secretary; Pat Anslinger, finan- cial secretary, and Brenda Will, treasurer. Other officers are Edna Mac Schneider, messenger; Dorothy Seib, sentinel; Frances Seib, guard, and Donna Koester, Rosemary Tenbarge and Sarah Paul, trustees.