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, The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 dkeid, Memorial Evansville, tenth annual area articipated in Mount Ver- Terre Haute Terre Haute Castle High Posey High High School, School and time Memo- Linda assistant Was in Charge of ademic de- . was allowed nine students. of three "A three "B Lts, and three Students in :O.mpete only ]n that cate- .Petition, each , every cate- 10 areas of competition, including seven written tests, two speech cate- gories including prepared and improptu, an interview, and a Super Quiz. Students were tested in the areas of economics, fine arts, language and litera- ture, mathematics, science and social studies. Iberhard estimated that at least 75 volunteers were needed for the Academic Decathlon. Congratulations! Pam Bell, principal at Holy Family School, Jasper, has been named the 1994 Young Ca- reerist by the Jasper Business and Professional Women's Orga- nization. The Internet and the Academy The University of Southern In- diana recently hosted an intro- duction to the Internet for a group of students and staff from Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand. Joe Hagan, the head of com- puter services for USI, in- structed the group on the basics of the Internet, a national com- Diocese of sabbati- or Continu- in Dick or at St. l, Vander. and Father r at St. Evansville, was ordained a priest Feb. 2, 1945. He resides at Villa Maria, 1640 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Raymond Reising, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest Feb. 2, 1945. He resides at Villa Maria, 1640 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. ildeman,s Anniversaries e Sister serve as at St. Theresa eph. Fa Pastor at Congratulations to couples Wen. at St. Theresa Church, lle Evansville, celebrating wedding Serve as Mod- anniversaries: Dan and Flo- rence Townsend, 41 years; da's sab- Paul and Margie Gardner, 49 Mann years; Robert and Rosemary lStrator at Hartmann, 42 years: Norm and Jackie Feaster, 48 years. h, Can of the will serve lrrity, East e Daugh. his ;ides at :ndoer. An. Parish Council at St. Benedict The newly-elected officers of the Parish Pastoral Council at St. Benedict Church, Evansville, include John Wol- bet, chair; Randy Hupfer, vice- chair; Nona Rogers, secretary. Anniversaries at Holy Family e, cele- 3. He le IN puter network, and how it can serve them in doing research along with communicating all over the world. "We are certainly grateful to have this cooperative effort with the University of Southern Indi- ana," said Benedictine Sister Jane Ann Breen, an academy instructor. "We felt is was important that our students have the experience of seeing the capabilities that the Internet offers and being able to spend some time working on it." a re- Cese of Art Moms at Christ the King Information about the life and work of twentieth century artist Georgia O'Keeffe will be pre- sented to students at Christ the King School, Evansville, through the Art Morn program. Volunteers include Debbie Kunkel, Karen Tuley, Terri Lamont, Susan Mortensen, Shelah Powers, Anne Weid- ner, LaDonna Goodwin and Candice Hofmann. Tlhinking of others Freshmen religion students at Washington Catholic High School, Washington, participated in a Christ, mas gift give-away project. i iill l I I I I I i ]i Booster Club Elmer Brames is the incom- ing president of the Booster Club at Holy Family School, Jasper. Joe Erny is vice-presi- dent, Nancy Giesler is trea- surer, and Steve Block is secre- tary. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. i  Jackie Kinsler n Owner CONYERS GEORGIA May 12-14 Oct 12-14 PASSION PLAY Eureka Springs, April 28-30 MOTHER ANGELICA'S EWTN July 11-13 Call Jackie for Reservations (812) 963-6533 -- HAUBSTADT L ELECTRIC Licensed. Bonded Insured Industrial, Commercial and Residential P.O. Box 405 TONY NAZARIO Haubstadt, IN 47639 .... 812-768-5207 .... 1-800-766-2787 i i H ill ] Jl Peoples J I! Trust Company SOUTH MAIN STREET P.O. BOX 191 LtNTON, INDIANA4744 1 II III II I III II I II II I L MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 I I I I The Villages of Indiana, Inc. A Statewide non-profit Child Welfare Agency III]1 II I I Always seeking professionals committed to providing quality services to children and families. Evansville aPea currently hiring: Houseparents -- Married couple or single parent experienced in Congratulations to couples at working with troubled children. At least 21 years of age, high school Holy Family Chnrch, Jasper, graduate or equivalent, and valid drivers license are minimum require- celebrating wedding anniver- meats. saries: Leon and Betty Epple, 44 years; Francis and Mary Seibert, 55 years. Child Care Workers  Individuals experienced in working with trou- bled children. At least 21 years of age, high school graduate or equiva- School Board lent, and valid drivers license are minimum requirements. Mark Strange is the newest representative on the Washing- ton Catholic Interparochial Send resume and position for which you are applying, to: Personnel School Board. He will be repre- senting St. Mary Church, Coordinator, Evansville Area, 2405 N.Smith Pike, Bloomington, IN Washington. 47404-1363. J.]..,J ".,,*##,,LL:," . ,t.  It,' ' .......... ' . t '=" " " "" "-- ""  " I Ill li I I II] III .... " : I III I II I