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February 1, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese Supper Brigade at St. Mary's When Kathy Greenwell re- turned to her home last year with a new baby, her sisters came over and prepared family meals for her. Now the parishioner at St. ins hospital stays. Mary's Church in Evansville is The parish office at St. Mary's hoping to return the favor, will give Greenwell a list of peo- ple and she will then call She's organizing a parish volunteers and ask them to "Supper Brigade" which will prepare a meal. provide evening meals to new mothers and parishioners follow- "If they are making a meal for Catholic Scouter Development Adult scout leaders gather Saturday, Jan. 19, at Nativity Church, Evansville, to. work toward developing scout programs of service and dedication. The training program, designed to help eaders guide scouters in a Christian approach and motivation to their apostolic work, was coor- dinated by the diocesan Catholic Committee on Scouting. - Photo by MiRe Woolsey their own families, they need to just add a little bit more and deliver it. "It's such a nice service for people who need it." Happy Birthday! Father Joseph Kirsch, pastor at St. Joseph Church, Dale, celebrates his birthday Feb. 4.. Father Mark Kurzendoerfer, administrator at Holy Angels Church, New Harmony, and teacher at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, celebrates his birthday Feb. 3. Father James Sauer, pastor at St. Clement Church, Boonville, celebrates his birthday Feb. 8. Father Eugene Schroeder, pastor at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrates his birth- day Feb. 7. Deacon Don Lahay, pastoral administrator at St. Mary Church, Daviess County, and at All Saints Church, Cannelberg, celebrates his birthday Feb. 4. Anniversaries of ordination Msgr. Clinton Hirsch of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, and Father Raymond Reising of Evansville were ordained to the priesthood Feb. 2, 1945. Ann Friedman, principal at St Wendel School, St. Wendel, Shares information about her school at the School Fair at St. Mary's Church, Evansville, Jan. 27. -- Message Photo by Mary Ann Hughes School Fair at : t. Mary s Church bTwelve schools, including oth Evansville Catholic high chools participated in a School air ai "St. Mary Church, lVansville, Jan. 27. St. Mary's t)arishioners 9rganized the School Fair to get lrlformation about Evansville- area Catholic schools to its Parents. St. Mary's no longer has its own parish school "but we really support Catholic education," ex- plainb, d Father Stephen Lint- zenich, pastor. Each parish sent represen- tatives to the School Fair to pro- mote their school. January 27 was the kickoff of Catholic Schools Week in the Diocese of Evansville. Speech meet Haley Stewart, a student at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, placed second in a speech meet sponsored by the Evansville Optimist Club. Washington's Sr. English celebrates 50 Sister Joseph Louise English S.P., principal at Washington Catholic High School, Washington, will celebrate her fiftieth anniversary as a member of the Providence Community on Feb. 3 A special Mass is scheduled at 1 p.m. Sunday at St. Simon Church, Washington, and the Washington comnmnity is in- vited. A reception will follow from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Patrician Room New officers in Washington Carl Grannan is the new presi- dent of the Washington Catholic Interparocial School Board. Larry Brnchin is vice-president and Jim Strosnider is secretary. Holy Family's secretary is honored Ruth Ann Guthery, secretary at Holy Family School, Jasper, was honored during Catholic Schools Week for 25 years of service. Top spellers. at Holy Family Students competing in the school spelling bee at Holy Fami- ly School, Jasper, include Chris Dilger, Kristine Giesler, Diane Seng, Daniel Vonderheide, Emi- ly Eckert, Nathan Keusch, Ann Helming, Jill Sergesketter, Brad Hochgesang and Tract Senninger. Science Fair at St. Matthew Mindy Miller was the grand prize winner of the school Science Fair at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon. Other winners included: Sixth grade -- Mindy Miller, first; Wes Hayden, second; Ken- dra Becher, third; Tim Knight, honorable mention; Seventh grade -- David Bowler, first; Brad Paul, second; Matt Curtis, third; Kasia Kaf- fenberger, honorable mention; Eighth grade -- Bryan Ritzert, first; Heather McCray, second; Casey Bacica, third; Laura Mayer, honorable mention. Top spellers, at St. Matthew s David Jones is the winner of the school spelling bee at St. Mat- thew School, Mount Vernon. Casey Trela place second and Susie Schenk finished third. Science Fair at St. Joseph Winners of the school Science Fair at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, included: Eighth grade -- Heather Kleinschmidt, first; Kimberly Gries, second; Scott Tindle, third; Seventh grade -- Erin Smyth, first; Greg Raben, second; Jason Gries, second; Nicholas Helmer, third; Sixth grade -- Amy Frey, first; Nikki Kempf, second; Sarah Kempf, third; Peter Fehren- bacher, honorable mention; Jen- nifer Feulner, honorable mention; Fifth grade -- Evelyn Rexing, first; Daniel Werner, second; Greg Kiesel, third; Roxanne Helmer, honorable mention; 7 Special donation Members of the St. Anne's Altar Society at St. ]oseph Church, Vanderburgh County, have donated $509.50 to the parish's 150th anniversary fund. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Edward and Mary Jo Decker, 49 years; Joe and Loraine LaRoy, 48 years; John and Anna MacGregor, 43 years;" Ken and Geraldine Gruzard, 45 years; Norm and Jackie Feaster, 44 years. Promotion at St. Mary's Lew Wires has been promoted to Senior Operations Consultant, Operations Analysis, at St. Mary's ,Medical Center, Evansville. Please send information for PEOPLE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. Adam Baylor, honorable mention; Fourth grade -- Ryan King, first: Adam Raben, second; Josh Hillenbrand, third: Tim Hertel, honorable mention; Third grade -- Ryan Schenk, first; Zachary Fehrenbacher, secontt; Jonathon Martin, third; Joey DeWitt, honorable mention; Second grade -- Daniel Elpers, first. Donation to Marian Day The Knights of St. John 345 and the St. Bernadette Auxiliary 280 of Haubstadt have donated $1384.32 to Marian Day School, Evansville. Read-a-Mania at Holy Redeemer Students at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, participated in a "Read-a-Mania" program during Catholic Schools Week. Every day, from 12:15 to 12:30 p.m., all classes stop and everyone in the building sits and reads. Guest speakers at St. Wendel Students at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, had guest visitors as part of activities for Catholic Schools Week. The guests included: -- Mike Wathen, representing the Soil and Water Conservation of Evansville; -- Bob Carithers, an Evansville attorney; -- Dave Reynolds, speaking on dogs for the blind; -- Vicki Martin, a surgical nurse; -- Wayne Wilderman, speak- ins about computer programing; -- Jerry Goedde, an electrician.