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31, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Notebook the Diocese T Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Traylor Phone: 486-3285 PRINCIPAL ST. CHARLES BORROMEO SCHOOL FORT WAYNE, MMA  ooI/s suburban l:honl located on the north aidc of Fort Wayne in the Fo  Bend Dioco; school d 675 udmm in 1-8. With n eMnm"W grad for academic excellence, St. Charles School has well coordinated aive 2".Pusram, and enjoys total parish suppmt. Parents and suuf are actively prcparing "" x-entury thron)l self-study and long-range planning bu/Idlng upon hiory of n- - Oualcations: g tholic willing to duma faith and valu sS uf e]ible for ce/ficatlon in elementary school d=ninlsk, ation in Indiana pl-- 'dmiultlve expeiece pn=d I application pack for I Wayne-South Bend D/oceso (sent upon request) Deadline: February 15, 1992 Principal Search Committee 3700 Reed Road Fort Wayne. Indiana 46815 It Pay per view at Mater Dei Stud,nts at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, are writing, acling, directing and fihning a s/tzciozt pz'odtction for Ewmsvillc Calle's pay-por-vi:w channel. Mater l)oi's entry is a "30- rninut; show do, aling with the world of an Aln(;ri(:al] teenager," said layne Hobgood, Mater l-)ei teacher. "It is titled 'As We See I1.' The show has eight segments dealing with areas of inter.st for tt,'.'ns: food, fashion, media, s(:i- (,xc:e/tec:hnology, social issues, international relations/politics, and on', totl fantasy segment calhd 'What If...?' "The students hay(; been en- couraged to l)e as creative as pos- sible in :hoosing a format for their ideas. Some s(;gments will he comedic; otht.rs will be seri- ous in tone." Mater Dei students involved in the production include: Kristy Drone, Claire Heifrich, Theresa Werner, Laura Schenk, Kim Baehl, Julie Byrley, Corrie Alvey, Tom Jung, Heather Mater, Melissa Moore, Sarah Ko, Andrea Humpert and Amy Happe. All of the proceeds from the pay-per-view productiol will be donated back to Mater Dei. The production will he broadc:st in early spring. Fund drive campaign in Washington The, Washington Catholic School Fund Drive has roached the $413,000 levc.,] ofpl(;dges and is (:ontinuing toward its goal of $550,000, which will sustain the Washington Catholic School System for the next two years. Mathcounts at St. Joseph Members of the Mathcounts team at St. Joseph School, Van. derburgh County. include: Jason Gries, Severin Kempf, Jennie Feulner, Nicole Raben, Greg Raben, Danny Reed, Chad Schenk, Blake Shumate and Kris Kleinschmidt. The coaches are Don Klein- schmidt and Emma Jean Couture. St. Ferdinand choir performs in Tennessee Twenty-five members of the choir at St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand, performed a selec- tion of Christmas songs at Cheek- wood Mansion in Nashville, Tn., ix December. They were also in- vited to perform at Opryland Hotel the following day. The choir is directed by Phyl- lis Johanneman and accompa- nied by Vita Bartley, organist. The choir has 33 members. Happy Birthday! Father Joseph Kirsch, modera- tor of St. Nicholas Church, Santa Claus, and pastor o!i St. Joseph Church, Dale, c(lt.brates his birthday Feb. 4. Father Eugene Schroeder of St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Feb. 7. Father James Sauer of St. Clement Church, Boonville, cole- Bulletin Continued from page 6 jugorje May 8-10, Notre Dame University. Speakers include TV broadcast by Pope John Paul II, Mother Teresa and Father Jozo Vovko of Medjugorje. For more information, contact Cathy Rus- sell, 779-2141. Youth Teens Encounter Christ The next TEC Weekend will be Feb. brates his birthday Feb. 8. Confirmation at Christ the King Chris Loehr, Kevin Donahue and Fritz Homing are serving as teachers of the confirmation classes at Christ the King Church, Evansville Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, cel- ebrating wedding anniversaries: Leon and Betty Epple, 41 years; Francis and Mary Seibert, 52 years. Hospice Director Brenda Knies, R.N., all em- ployee of Memorial Hospital and 1-3, St. Mary, Ireland. Cost is $30. Contact your parish office for applications. Teen Esteem Five Wednesdays beginning Feb. 5, 4-5:30 p.m., Family and Children's Service, 305 S. Third Ave., Evansville. Sessions will focus on develop- ing a sense of personal identity, coping with conflict at home, peer pressure, dating and sexual pressure. Class fee is $20, to reg- ister, call 425-5181. SEMOR CITIZENS SAVE ON AUTO INSURANCE Call us today for discounts New Low Ratesl Special Discounts! Call us today for a quote. INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 JAMES A. NIEMEIER Mater Dei Class of '69 Top spellers at WCC Intermediate Adam Commens is the winner of the spelling bee at Westside Catholic Consolidated Interme- diate School, Evansville. Anna Ward is the school's runmr-np. Geography bee at WCC Intermediate Jennifer Moll is the winner of the geography bee at Westside Catholic Consolidated Interme- diate School, Evansville. Katie Howard is the st:hool's runner- up. Cutest babies at St. Joseph Angie Seib was the winner of the Cutest Baby/Penny Contest featuring the eighth grade at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. As contest winner, Seib became "Secretary-for-the-Day." Greg Raben was second place winner and became "Principal- for-the-Day." Health Care, Jasper, for 11 years, has been appointed Director of the hospital's new Hospice pro- gram. Memorial Hospital acquired Family Hospice of Dubois County in July, 1991. The office is located in the Medical Arts Building in Jasper. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Edward and Mary lo Decker, 50 years; Joe and Lo- raine LaRoy, 49 years; John and Anna MacGregor, 44 years; Ken and Geraldine Gruzard, 46 years; B.J. and Eleanor Smith, 45 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. Youth Day XXVI Feb. 16, 2- 9:30 p.m. EST, St. Joseph, Jasper. Fee is $5 per person. Catholic Scout Retreat March 6-8, St. Meinrad Archabbey, St. Meinrad. Cost is $15 per person, pro-registration is due by Feb. 28. For more information, con- tact Emily Thompson, Diocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting, 5700 Morningside Dr., New- burgh, IN 47630. Please send information for BULLETIN BOARD to Susan Winiger, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. German American Bank