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' 27, 1995 The Message -- for Cathollcs of Southwestern Indiana 19 Catholic Schools Week begins Jan. 29 'BY MARY ANN HUGHES morals and ethics, a safe envi- Schools Week. "We want to cele- Beckman will speak to stu- Message staff writer /Catholic Schools: Schools u Can Believe In" is the of the 21st annual Schools Week which 29. The week- is designed to the education pro- entanaSn ,500 Catholic ele- " "q secondary schools ationwide. Cath St. Joseph Sister )4cNaznee, president of erme ti0n . the Na- .... a!. Cathohc Educational Ag- itation, says this vear' OCools y_ - - s theme ou Uan Believe In" 8PSnt: Pl]rful message to " that a parent ;:tSef.r th.eir children _ a ucat]on, training in 00appy00 ued from page 17 of tL " Year just a You .... s enjoyable are tewart ne best. Love, Mrs. kindergarten 00tu- ',s in the wo 01yCro. ._ rld are from s. Neil, Cameron, Chrlstop.ler, Thekla, Jacob, dY' N,Cole, B_. _. ,"Urew, j..L nan, Klinton, Ulle, StacievrU?,. B e t h a n y, CatIPPY to he here a tholi . . t a great w!th positive "'YRea^- "" and students. 'eraer Principal !:sa C'hrist the King third ::rei !he greatest! Mrs. ne hard ... s Very proud of all vorl You do! he staff at eatestl v_ WCCS is the  all cl. u excell in educat- thanks! ,uren for the future. ronment -- already can be found in Catholic schools." Catholic schools throughout the Diocese of Evansville are participating in the annual cel- ebration with special Masses, poetry programs, art projects and open houses. Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfin- ger will celebrate Mass on Feb. 2 at Holy Spirit School as part of Catholic Schools Week. Holy Spirit parents are invited to a special lunch on February 1, and a staff-student volleyball will conclude the week. Ann Friedman, principal at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, said her students will be reflecting on the 50-year existence of the dio- cese as they celebrate Catholic Let the Spirit guide you in '95. Mrs. Elpers Dear St. Wendel Kinder- garten students and parents, I am glad I have the opportunity to work with you. You are all very special! Love, Mrs. Carithers Mrs. Georges' Third Graders at Holy Cross are Ter- rific and Awesome -- Kyle Zil- iak, Matt Obert, Jessica Kramer, Mary-Margaret Kiesel, Grant Hasenour, Ash- ley Conner, Brittany Bender, Scott Baehl. Students, You are fantastic! Keep up the good work. HFS teachers The GCF of Corpus Christi's eighth grade is en- ergy. Use it always to multiply the happiness in the world about you. Ms. Weber 1Welv e c!ass that, happy wishes to a The fourth graders at CTK e good .really Cool. Keen un are outstan 'i .g! We are so diao^t "Qrk and vown . ." proud of yd, accomplish- "',ool. Mrs. Joyce .... " ments! Love, Mrs. Shafer and rgus  Mrs. Schulz ders x, Eh.risti Seven - ' zoU'- th ' 'lZa_ re a Wonderem The joy that it gives me to l your help" watch Corpus Christi students L:(3100IPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE nAuto! Home! Fire & Life! ' , d00,00ur Personal Service Agent 1002s 00-es L. Wdl Ins. Agency Inc, lin Street 425-3187 Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service Arts beliven/ :le Duncan OVemor 422-9981 Pharmacy belive ,h rl 41dLocust Street ry ,JUdy Stratman PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2107 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 and N. Weinbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop 425-4422 brate our faith existence along with the 50 years that the Dio- cese of Evansville has been in existence." She said each class is doing research on a topic concerning the diocese and the Catholic schools in the diocese. On February 2, parents and grandparents of students at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, are invited to attend Mass and lunch at the school Students at Christ the King School, Evansville, will have the opportunity to search for relatives who attended Christ the King. Photos of former graduates will be displayed on a bulletin board in the school. On February 3, Dr. Dean dents at Holy Family School, Jasper, on the "Value of Catholic Education." Holy Family students will also spend the morning of February 2 hosting their grandparents during Grandparent's Day. A special Fun Night has been scheduled for February 3 at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, according to Larry Luig, principal. The teachers will serve as chaperones dur- ing the evening, which will in- clude a puppet show and a ma- gician. As Luig noted, "Catholic Schools Week is a time to cele- brate how fortunate we are to live, work, learn and play in a Catholic school environment." read. Mrs. Feller, librarian Mrs. Stahl is very proud of her first graders. You are hard workers and very kind to each other. St. Philip kindergartners are great. Love, Mrs. Scheller St. Wendel Sixth Grade, May God bless you and keep in his heart in the New Year. Mr. Wargel Holy Redeemer Junior High Students make getting up in the morning and going to work a piece of cake -- Choco- late! Saint Bernard Eighth Grade: You're great! Keep up the good work! Best wishes to you always. Our students at Corpus Christi are Gifted, Reliable, Enthusiastic, Attentive, Teach- able. In other words, they are great. Mr. Luig Hello Fifth Grade at Christ the King! What has 64 legs and computes, figures, com- poses, registers, labors, frolics, competes, consumes, assists and befriends? Mrs. O and Mrs. D. We love all of our wonderful and hard-working first graders here at CTK. Mrs. Schapker and Mrs. Nichols I do not have a class to in- struct or teach, but I think Corpus Christi kids are real cool and neat! Mrs. Petrig, sec- retary Sts. Peter and Paul kindergarten students are the best around. Their parents are "ps" that's why we're glory bound! Love, Mrs. Bittner and Mrs. Zimmerman Mrs. Bell We can tell You are swell Faculty, staff and students. Dear St. Wendel Fifth Graders, Thanks for making this a great year. I enjoy teach- ing such an enthusiastic, in- quisitive and congenial class. Mrs. Whelan Fourth graders. You are dear to my heart! I am proud of all your hard work. Keep it up. Love, Miss Elliott AUTO TOPS. SEAT COVERS BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER KREMPP LUMBER CO. BUILDING MATERIAL SUPPLIES & GENERAL CONTRACTING HOMECENTER CONSTRUCTION 482-1961 482,6838 JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER I I SUBSCRIBE TO THE MESSAGE and leR the scene.