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18, 1994 The Message Monthly -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ation Christi it Corpus Evansville, on for the Catholic Schools read Corpus Christi town of Evansville, many contri- the intellec- of its students, .Catholic schools in our we shape tomorrows students, examples parish council offers on the occa- Apprecia. schools on Birthday! al Rock. s hirthday t ing, a stu- High Ville, has re- to the Air k Scholars on Nine Kathy Render, a student at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, is a Scholars-on- Nine winner. She is entitled to a scholarship at the University of Evansville. Severin Kempf, Amanda Bailey and Niki Hemmer also participated in the program and Vancssa Jensen and Missy Greathouse served as alternates. Geography Bee at Christ the King Matt Endress is the winner of the geography bee at Christ the King School, Evansville. Top spellers at St. James Katie Faraone is the winner of the spelling bee at St. James School, St. James; Christi Knapp is runner-up. Joan Woodside won the pri- mary grade bee and Jonathan Kissel placed second. First place Sarah Werner, a student at St. Theresa School, Evans- ville, placed first at the Univer- sity of Evansville musical com- petition. hed AWard house- at St. Ce- has Ser- Celestine mstor oh, s Ordained a priest Feb. 28, 1970. Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrating February wedding anniversaries: Clarence and Ethel Drury, 55 years; Charles and Jeanette Hagman, 51 years; Elwood and Mary Hurt, 43 years; Harry and Kather- ine Kuykendall, 56 years. CENTRAL cHAPEL 626 FIRST AVE. Uthwestern Indiana ty to return &apos;s gifts in gratitude Geography bee at Holy Rosary Joe Kandul is the winner of the geography bee at Holy Rosary School, Evansville. Simona Stoic, Colin Speaker, Doug Wagner, Keith Baum- gart, Jared Pigman, Chris Franz, Nathan Smith, Matt Calvert and Jon Rogers were finalists. GAPP program Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, has joined forces with the German American Partnership Program (GAPP) to facilitate the Academy's sister school exchange program with Seligenthal Gymnasium. The purpose of GAPP is to pro- mote international relations be- tween Germany and America by school exchanges. The program will finance 75 percent of the ac- companying teacher's airfare, and if 10 or more students take part in the program, Lufthansa airline will finance the remain- ing 25 percent. A total of 15 students and one teacher, all from the academy, will travel to Landshut, Bavaria, Germany, on March 4. The group will spend one month at Seligenthal Gymnasium. Vocal/solo Ryan Hickey, Susan Hoehn :< f!!i I !!: :/!(i:i :i ii! i: Anniversaries at St. Joseph's Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Clarence and Es- ther Bailey, 42 years; Dennis and Esther Dossett, 43 years. Cafeteria duty Students in the two lunch periods at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, recently held a penny competition, with the winning group getting anew" cafeteria workers: Herb Neighbors, principal, and Debra Harrington, assis- tant principal. Students in schools throughout the diocese are collecting pennies, which will be used for teacher and staff development. and B.J. Schoening, students at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, placed first place supe- rior rating in the vocal/solo con- test at the University of Evans- ville. 100 days at St. James Kindergarten students at St. James School, St. James, en- joyed 100 days of school with 100 exercises, a 100-piece puzzle, and with a snowflake hunt. Top spellers at St. Bernard Seventh grader Andrea Payne is the winner of the spelling bee at St. Bernard School, Rockport. Eric Young is runner-up. Carrie Bruggenschmidt is the winner of the grades one through four spelling bee and John Michael Ohermeier is Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, .......... Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m ..... the Friday before publication. runner-up. Wrestling regionals Mater Dei student Brad Folz placed first at regionals and his team won its 16th con- secutive regional crown. Kevin Head, Philip Zenthoefer, David 8eheu and deffMeDuv. mon placed second. They will advance to semi-state. Brad Turner, Scott Rogge, Aaron Gerth and Brandon Cox received third place and Tim Ritzert finished fourth. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans. ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. II I I I II I III Holy Rosary .ff00enten .ff00ture 00qeries jamilies j00latter February 24 ...... Crises in Families Lisa Provost, Family and Children's Services March 10 .......... Re/igion and Prayer in Fami/y Life Jim Corr, Director of Religious Education March 24 ......... Promoting Fami/y Life Today Paul & Jane Leingang, Christian Family Movement Presidents 7:00 p.m. -- Baby Sitting and refreshments -- Everyone welcome 1994-- Year of the Family I II I I I I II III II I I I II I ]1