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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Princeton Deanery S princi- : : i ligious education on a deanery level. Lattner noted, "It's important to plan on a deanery level and we can support and help one an- other." Catholic Happy Birthday! Deanery discuss their Benedictine Father Conrad schools. The Name in Joseph in t. James in St. Sts. Peter and Louis, chaplain at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, celebrates his birth- day Feb. 16. Msgr. Charles Kaiser, pas- tor emeritus at Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, cele- brates his birthday Feb. 17. Msgr. Patrick Kilfoil of In- dianapolis celebrates his birth- day Feb. 17. Father Francis Schoering, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt, celebrates his birthday Feb. 19. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at al at said the "great for n and great for a future for our f the meetings, Lat- group is "starting 3 when the together on are able to found pro- chool cannot af- ng at re- Sacred Heart Church, Vin- cennes, celebrating February wedding anniversaries: Robert and Virginia Laakman, 46 years; Henry and Mary Holscher, 49 years; Maurice and Anne Nugent, 49 years; Charles and Emily Logan, 41 years; Wilfred and Grace Kocker, 55 years; Maurice and Betty Frederick, 45 years; , Richard and Betty Bahr, 41 years; Philbert and Jane Scott, 42 years. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: John and Liz Schuta, 41 years; Terrell and Florence Hawkins, 48 years; Ed and Irene Schmitt, 48 years; Lou and Claire Croce, 49 years; John and Pearl Os- borne, 48 years. the National High as in- presi- radley, Members of the local chapter include Rebecca Ausborn, Amy Briggeman, Angle Daily, Julie Dayton, Jessica Decker, Andrea Fyffe, Sarah Hop- kins, Brian Mullen, Nikki Olsen, Kim Richardson, Shaun Sullivan, Ellen Wag- ner, Eileen Weber and Brian Werne. The National Beta Club is a leadership-service organization for high school students in the United States. Top honors in music Jennifer Farney, a second grader at St. Benedict School, Evansville, was recently recog- nized by the Indiana Federation of Music Clubs for her piano composition "Ghosts on a Walk." Her music won first place hon- ors in the State of Indiana and will be forwarded to the regional contest for further judging. She has been invited to play her com- position at the state convention in June. She is a second-year piano stu- dent of Cyndi Bickel. Spelling champs at Rivet Eighth grader Tom Kiesel is the winner of the seventh and eighth grade spelling bee at Rivet in Vincennes. Amber Hughes, a seventh grader at Rivet is runner-up. Maryanne Meyer won.the school's sixth grade spelling bee and Brett Keller is runner-up. Tom and Maryanne will now advance to the Knox County Spelling Bee, Oratorical contest Beth Ritzert, Sara Schenk, Carl Edge and Teresiae Rus- selburg represented Holy Re- deemer School, Evansville, in the Evansville Optimist Club Oratorical contest. Beth Ritzert received a third place at the Downtown Club competition. Class officers at Marian Heights Students elected class officers at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, include: Senior class -- Ruby Carner of Evansville, presi- dent; Alejandra Flores, vice- president; Baird Caskey, trea- surer, and Larissa Naylor, secretary. Junior class -- Karina Bouffard, president, Ana Paula Vazquez, vice-president; Kim Harris, treasurer, and Kim Ebert of Ferdinand, sec- retary. Sophomore class -- Jamie Blackwell, president; Emily Hayden, vice-president; Jackie Perry, treasurer, and Andrea Dickson of Jasper, secretary. Freshman class Mariecruz Segura, president; Valeria Guerra, vice-president; Kathryn Beck of Washington, secretary, and Veronica Valdes, treasurer. WCCS's top spellers Matthew Vowels, an eighth grader at Westside Catholic Consolidated Junior High School, Evansville, is the win- ner of his school's spelling bee. Andrew Sehroeder, a WCCS sixth grader, was runner-up. Dan Altstadt, Beth Sears, Jake Boehman, Kerrl Vowels, Sarah Grannan, Robb Rhein. lander, Anna Ward, Noah Werner, Nick Altstadt and Julie Hart were homeroom win- ners. Geogr00 mv bee winners in Washington Chris Killion and Scott Mat- tingly placed first and second in their school's National Geo- graphic Society School geogra- phy bee. They are students at Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington. Spellers in Mount Vernon Ten finalists, in grades three through six, competed in the St. Matthew School spelling bee during the Jan. 25 PTA meeting. Susan-Hoehn won the bee and became eligible to represent her school in the Posey County spelling bee. Leslie Rutledge is St. Matthew's runner-up. All-star bowlers Patrick Martin and Chris Fenwioh made the Ev:ansville: : Youth All City All Stars for bowling. They are students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. St. Ben's spelling bee Evan Keith, a seventh grader at St. Benedict School, Evansville, is this year's winner of his school's spelling bee. Dana Terrell, an eighth grader, was runner-up. ISSMA Rachel Bradley, a student at Washington Catholic High School, Washington, placed first in first division piano and first in third division voice at the ISSMA piano and voice contest held in Terre Haute Jan. 29. Bradley, Sarah Bradley and Beth Sheley placed first in third division voice as a trio and Rebecca Ausborn placed sec- ond in first division piano. Mater Dei's musicians Bernie Schmidt, a student at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, received a Division, I rating in the soloist ensemble. He will advance to state compe- tition. Altos Sarah Ktrsch, Becky Will, Maria Kirsch and Libby Schank received Division 2 rat- ings and alto Jessie Martin re- ceived a Division 3 rating. The small ensemble group, consisting of Kristi Kite, Sarah Kitsch, Kimbcrly Weber, Becka ,'ieu and Becky Will, earned. Division 2 rating, See SCHOOL page 10