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14,1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Retreat tin Ahlering, Roseanne Epple and Magdalen Beyerstedt, all from St. Benedict !:Urch, Evansville, are among the participants listening to a presentation during the i otechists Retreat Day at the Catholic Center, Feb. 8., led by Father David Fleck and ii:ff !ster Rose Mary Rexing, O.S.B. . , -- Message photo by Paul R. Leingang Notebook 1411ter Ders ,00.,gn,,sed w.h ,.,k,,,,,i,,. lieges for Life St. Joseph's I t'rql  members ot" Teens f,." l.ift. , ScienrCe Falr 'tls!,e. r Dei High School, W' ',' " '. Science Fair at t3,U!e, traveled to Washing- St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh i a "" In January to participate County, include: tllcu r e,-pr'life march , denouncin. , g Eighth grade -- Nicholas e p erne Court's 1973 Roe v. Helmer. first: Erin Smyth, ste- le Students also at ".  end: April Baumgart, third: I Ii ueclSmn ..... t nd( d 01ailath. e Basilica of the Na- honorat)leJasn GrieS,mention:Kris Kleinschmidt, 0 urine of the Immaculate ((irlaPt'ml: Cardinal John Seventh grade-- Peter Fehren- bacher, first: Sarah Kempf, sec- heU. r, the main celebrant end; Chad Schenk, third; Nicole Lt 1 . mllist challenoed those in tie itlayaCe to prav and work for mention',Raben' Nikki Kempf, honorable e,., when theunborn will be Sixth grade -- Sally Gries, ten status as hunlan persons, first: Roxie Helmer, second; t':r!!.Cq:ating in tile pro-life Daniel Werner third: Brad An- rl:rw r Angela Canada and dermeier, Evelyn Rexing, honor- ",l [e " QIly, Harge, both juniors, able mention; I%f I' rsch, sophomore, and I(iil. I ell lrsq:h, Matt Kirsch, Sarah ad" Ioy Martin, Missy li,,. , Rick Stenhens and 00yhlenkamp:freshmen. Top spellers l0000;,,o000000Mullen 00reshmen re at St. Matthew l'u! ents were chaperoned "O.C r. . Birthday! ,t-- Padgett princi al at 'll'et,,l..e ,lentar'y School, Vin- h' lu,-" celebrates her birthday a degree ao. a Folz, a seventh grade ilu er t St. Philio School, St  "-'. -as - " e earned her master's Amy Weinzapfel is the winner of the spelling bee at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon. Casey Trela is the school's run- ner-up. Finalists included Jennifer Weinzapfel, Alisa Christian, Rachel Scheller, Patrick Carton, Sarah Breeze, Kendra Becher, Bradley Paul and Daniel Jones. DAR Good Citizens King School, Evansville, partici- pated in the Optimist Oratorical Contest, "If I Could See Tomor- row." The students are Jessica Brandt, Andy Melchiors, Vio- lette Hawa, Heather Alvey, Meghan Belcher and Vincent Bernardin. Violette Hawa and Meghan Belcher received first place and Heather Alvey and Vincent Providence sister is named ICHE Chair Dr. Barbara Doherty S.P., president of St. Mary-of-the- Woods College, has been nanled Chair of the Indiana Conference of Higher Edu(:ation. She is the third woman to be elected Chair to the conference since its estab- lishment in 1944. "Sister Barbara will provide tile leadership and time neces- sary to lead the conference in the many goals it will face this year," said Bob Martin, executiw.' direc- Ior of tile conference. "Tile members will he (lealing with Indiana financial aid, fur- th(;r promoting interaction be- tween tile private and public col- leges and universities, anti the state reduction ill their student assistant t)rogram which has dropped from 77 perccmt to 63 percent this year." Happy Birthday! Msgr. Charles Kaiser, l)astor enleritus at Holy Cross Church, Learning a language Six students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, recently vis- ited with eighth graders in the Mater Dei feeder system. They discussed the importance of studying a foreign language in Fort Branch. celebrates his birth- day Feb. 17. Father Patrick Kilfoil of Indi- anapolis celebrates his birthday Feb. 17. Father Francis Schroering of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt, celebrates his birth- day Feh. 19. Scouting awards at Resurrection John Voelker and Adam Woods, members of Resurrection Church, Evansville, haw; re- ceived the Parvuli Dei scouting award. Free throw championship The Knights of Columbus, Council 2215, hosted the district level K of C fret; throw (:hampi- onship in Haubstadt Jan. 25. Winners included: Rhonda Troutman, ago 10 girls; * Andy Payne, age 10 hoys: lessica Williams, age, 1 1 girls; Nicholas Kroeger, age 11 boys; Liticia Cauvel, age 12 girls; Mike Corressell, age 12 boys; Kathy Dooley, age "13 girls; Ben Northenor, ,ge 13 boys; Lorrie Carlisle, age 14 girls; Ryan Harris, age. 14 boys. The winners advanced to re- gional competition at St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh, Feb. 3. Donation to Christmas Store Tile parish and tile Men's Club at St. loseph Church, Evansville, contributed $2,582.50 to the 1991 Christmas Store, which is coordinated by Catholic Chari- ties. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Gene and Lorine Tennis, 41 years; Margaret and Virgil Coomes, 52 years; Dennis and Esther Dossett, 42 years; Clarence and Esther Bailey, 40 years. Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, cel- ebrating February wedding an- niversaries: Clarence and Mary Drury, 53 years; Charles and Jeanette Hagman, 49 years; El- Jama Williamson and Jason Bernardin received second place, high school, wood and Mary Hurt, 41 years, Broshears represented Memorial The Mater Dei students were Harry and Katherine Kuyk- ]|llies High School, Evansville, as the Tan eui, Nancy Canas, Sam endall, 54 years. DAR Good Citizen and Good Cit- Writing contest Marx, Aaron Schapker and Tim -- I00l' Sarah izenship Medal winners. Baumgart. Carrie Culver, a student at  Please send information for ad,,.. Holy Rosary School, Evansville, Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to 81|4lts at St, Joseph School, Oratorical has won the short story contest SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, !etd 2u-rE h County, have col- sponsored by the Evansville- Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 1! ';:172 50 to ael Sarah 1" a stu ' P contest Vanderburgh Public Library. Her Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. 47724. 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