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10 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Diocesan schools celebrate Catholic Schools will receive the firStpastorDiStin- %. guished Graduate Award from Precious Blood chool,=;! Jasper. Father Schroeder, tj) currently at   St. Theresa Church, Evansville, received his elementary edu- cation from Pre- cious Blood in the 0S The Distinguished Graduate Award was initiated to recognize former students who have made a significant contribution to the commu- By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service Catholic schools throughout the Diocese of Evansville pre- pared to celebrate Catholic Schools Week with a variety of special activities, including Masses and open houses. The local celebration mirrors the national appreciation week, using the theme "Catholic Schools -- Schools You Can Believe In." It begins January 28 and concludes February 3. During Catholic Schools Week, Father Eugene Schroeder nity, reflecting the values learned at Precious Blood, ac- cording to Ron Pittman, princi- pal. The two Vincennes Catholic schools will be kicking off Catholic Schools Week with a Mass on January 29 at St. John Church, according to Richard Kapiszka, Rivet High School principal. Bishop Ger- ald A. Gettelfinger will be the main celebrant at the Mass. Parents of students at St. Bernard School, Rockport, are invited to visit the school dur- ing Parent Visitation Day on Jan. 30. They are also invited to a Parent Appreciation Din- her on February 1. Grandparents' Day will be celebrated at Holy Family School, Jasper, on January 30, and Jasper High School stu- dents who are Holy Family alumni will eat lunch with stu- dents on February 1. On January 31, students at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, will be celebrating 100 days of school. Students will be asked to list 100 great things about St. John School, according to Charlotte Ben- nett, principal. Students at the four Catholic schools in the Princeton Dean- ery will gather together for Mass on Feb. 2. The schools in- clude Holy Cross School, Fort Branch; St. Joseph School,  SOU'I2IWIT BANK Ua, IB m m WASHINGTON-SHOALS-LOOGOOTEE Princeton, Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, and St. James School, St. James. An ice cream sundae party and an all-school bowling party are scheduled for students at St. Joseph School, Vander- burgh County, according to Benedictine Sister Marilyn Schroering, principal. Parishioners at St. Philip Church, St. Philip, are invited to a technology tour of the school on Feb. 1, according to Anna Bruggenschmidt, princi- pal. "All parishioners will be invited to visit the lab anytime during the day to see the stu- dents in action." e On Feb. 9, Philip's will hold Night Out." planned for their parents en Valentine evening( The Catholic celebrations round m,' signed to values-added ec vided in 8,300 mentary nationwide. The National cational and the Conference the campaign. AUTO TOPS SEAT coVERS' STEREO SALES & 254-3' HWY 50 EAST, BE} EUGENE -DOYLE KNIGHT & SONS MONUMENT CO. "Where customers send their Open nightly til 00hor & OLD US 231 SOUTH, JASPER' 482-2222 1-800-937"USA Vincennes Bicknell Sandbom Monroe City * Princeton* Patoka Member F.D.I.C. D-O.W-N'T-O'W'N 301 MAIN ST. VINCENNES, IN 47591 Established in 1877 320 N. Weinbach Ave., Evansville, IN 4)711 (812)473-9950 302 W. Center Street, Madisonville, KY 42431 (502)821-7553 ANNUAL INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE 30% to 50% off any in stock monuments Bring in a written quote from any monument company, and we shall give you an additional 10% off their price. Affordable monthly payments without interest. PRE-NEED PLANNING AND COMPLETE MEMORIALIZATION Monuments (Bronze-Marble-Granite), Markers, Catholic Feature Statues and Lamps, Vases, Silk Memorial Flowers, Cemetery Lettering, Pet Memorials. (Exclusive Georgia Marble Dealership for Vanderburg and Warrick County.) "A &tufty name you can trust" 424-9274 486-3977 Just off Hwy. 50 in Montgomery, IN _= Funeral Homes .............. -. ) i Four Convenient Locations ZIEMER' EAST ' 800 S. HE John Bpuvier '68 B.S. Sociology "The quality  education I at Brescia has served nl throughout professional During my Brescia my " "1 Sheriff, Daviess County commitment DUBOIS COUNTY BANK publk service and communlff MM6.oLo NAON*LBANCO.P '' Involvement was born." "  YOUR FIVE STAR SERVICE BANK Brescia College can provide you with a high-qualli are small and taught by outstanding faculty. MI LEER & MILLE R m.ior, and 17 minors in its bachelor's degree heritage can help you develop as a well-ec leader, ready for the challenges of the 21 st century. II II All You Care To Eat Buffet Dining FAMILY STYLE DINING AND A-LA CARTE BANQUET ROOMS AVAILABLE PRE-ARRANGED AMISH TOURS Browse The Village Shops I I I BI00ESCIA COLLEGE 717 Owensb( 423t