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1993 The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Wessel, S.P., a teacher at Westside Consolidated Interme- Evansville, and Cutrell, a first grade at Westside Catholic d Pr ry School, en nominated for the 3r Award. e award is sponsored by the University of Evansville and Mead Johnson Nutritional Group. Mater Dei student to attend national leadership forum Ryan Eldridge, a junior at Mater Dei High School, Catholic students write their favorite teachers oStudents at Washington Catholic High School, Washing- n,.responded to the Message question about their fa- vorite teacher Here are some of their responses: religion, Washington Catholic Mid- Washington: Thank you for ahvays helping me the bad times and believing in me when others Billy NolIey Eller, social studies, Washington Catholic Mid- ool, Washington: Thank you for making history sy to learn. I really appreciated that. Kevin Brothers Carrico, religion, Washington Catholic Middle Washington, 1989-91: Thank you for being there enever I needed someone to talk to, or to lean on. was in trouble or needed some help I could al- aunt on you to be there. Thanks for all you did at the Middle School. Rachel Bradley Blackwell, religion, Washington Catholic Mid- Washington: Thank you far being such a great I learned a lot in your Class and it was fun. We to about anythiffg and you always listened ,. Thanks for always being there. .... " ' Ellen Wagner Lahay, kindergarten, Washington Catholic Ele, Washington: Thank you for always being e when I was in need era friend. ' Christal Clark wCarrico, religion, Washington Catholic Middle ashington: Thank you for teaching me about Evansville, has been selected to attend the National Youth Lead- ership Forum on Security and Defense Feb. 2-7 in Washington, D.C. He is the son of Ronald and Nikki Eldridge of Evansville. Girls'State The faculty at Washington Catholic High School, Washing- ton, has chosen Eileen Wehher as the school's 1993 Hoosier Girls State candidate. Sarah Hopkins has been chosen as an alternate. Top spellers at WCCS Toby ]effers, an eighth grader at Westside Catholic Consoli- dated Junior High School, Evansville, is the winner of the school spelling bee. Seventh grader Noah Werner is runner- up. Andrew Schroeder is the win- ner of the Westside Catholic In- termediate School spelling bee. Katie Bradley is runner-up. Classroom winners included Natalie Dressel, Ahby Miller, Jacob Korssel, Matt Neisen, third grade; Nell Reddington, Lisa Weber, Katie Bradley, Jenny Morrow. fourth grade; Brian Brown, lackie Tillman, Jake .Boehman, Andrew Schroeder, fifth grade. Corpus Christi's student council Joe Mayer has been elected president of the student council at Corpus Christi School, Evansville. Christy Goebel is vice-president, Kelly Sergesket- ter is secretary and Matt Schreiber is treasurer. Top spellers at Corpus Christi Sarah Black is the winner of the spelling bee at Corpus Christi School, Evansville. Rohhy Mallory is runner-up. Student council at WC Middle School Katherine Beck has been elected president of the student council at Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington. Sandy Halter is vice-president and Brooke Strosnider is secre- tary. Top spellers at St. Philip's Niki Hemmer, an eighth grader at St. Philip School, St. Philip, is the winner of the school spelling bee. Eighth grader Alisha Gaedde is runner-up. Nick Masterson, Rachel Sam- met, T.J. Stolz, Emily Eipers, Paul Stoltz and Ryan Scheu were finalists. State Thespian Student Board Katy Nimnicht, a student at Memorial High School, Evansville, has been elected to the Indiana State Thespian Stu- dent Board. Top spellers at St. Wendel Brandon Martin a student at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel. is the winner of the school spelling bee. Jonelle Rietman is runner-up and Jamie Rexing took third place. Oratorical contest Kim Schiavone, a student at Memorial High School, Evansville. was a finalist in tle Eight District American Leg| high school oratorical cont0tt. Her speech was entttled Intq- nat Combustion System of ie U.S. ; She is the daughter of !! Mike Schiavone of Evansville i / Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Malty Ann Hughes, The Message, P,0. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 477Z4. The deadline for copy is 9 am. the Friday before publication, ' Chris Daily Turner, seventh grade, Washington Catholic ol, Washington, 1989-90: Thank you for rook- life different and allowing me to express my true Beth Larkin Blackwell, religion, Washington Catholic Mid- Washington, 1990-91: Thank you for teaching Catholicism and the Ten Commandments. for always being there for me. Deanna L. Deitz ShUoZ}a.n._ e Wehh, religion, Washington Catholic High tenin'..Washington, 1991-93: Thank you for always lis- fro. . / SOmeone has a problem. I've really learned a lot "' yet/. Allyson Grannan lltraa .Poadgett, second grade, Washington Catholic EI- elpin'y achool, Washington, 1984-85: Thank you for Whei, ' roe adjust to my new school and being so kind "'  wasn't. Jessica Norris aeYV,a ne Lahay, kindergarten, Washington Catholic Ele- helpnrySchool, Washington, 1982-83: Thank you for Sire t,. e to believe in myself and for giving me the de- ' learn. Brandi Stallman eMetrta ha Padgett, second grade, Washington Catholic EI- COur_:rY School, Washington, 1984-85: Thank you for en- ugmg me to do the best that I cotdd Tammy Portee isha Englernan, Washington Catholic Middle School, sh! nglon: Thank you for being so cheerful and under- unaing lennifer Wichman 1992 Christmas Store serves 301 families The nineteenth annual Christ- mas Store served 301 families, according to Thomas Coe, pro- ject coordihator. The project is coordinated by Catholic Cha.ri- lies Bureau and supported by donations and volunteers from 26 parishes in the Diocese of Evansville. Coo said that 1,270 people re- ceived new clothing, toys and household items from the 1992 Christmas Store, which was held at St. Mary Church, Evansville. "Thus far, we have received approximately $16.000 in contri- butions for the Christmas Store, and several area businesses also donated merchandise or food for the volunteers. "Over g0 volunteers worked at some time during the two-day store operation or on set-up day with many volunteers working all three days." A Planning Committee Meet- ing is scheduled for noon, Feb. 10, at the Catholic Charities Bu- reau, 123 NW Fourth Street, in downtown Evansville. Happy Birthday! / Father Mark Kuramadoe, administrator of Holy Anl Is. i Church. New Harmoily c braces his birth v Ft3;  Vatherloseph Ki:ptc f SL Agnes ChurchiAgvlinsvi e, pos00 o