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The Message w for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Who Weber and Catherine at Corpus Evansville, ted for Who's s Teachers. Disability Awareness at at St. Joseph recently ob- Awareness to Patricia En- in kindergarten had the maneu- school with a wheelchair. !n, speakers from me Health Care nty ARC pre- of life with services available to working Consoli- has Is Fundamen- grades one participat- based themes: Over Books ge will include ; places. will con- families and Amy Vorst's Catholic ,merican ,n is the school O'Brian and Gillum received Coulter, ,rvlce SERVICING ALL AREA HOSPITALS & FUNERAL HOMES 424..8931 6 Evansville Your Lot PKGS. Packages for Stock. Inch. rld. METAL "annelburg. ntgornery 1299 Champs The seventh and eighth grade boys basketball team at St. James School, St. James, won first place in the annual holiday tournament hosted by St. Benedict School, Evansville. Team members include, front row, Bryan Seibert, Justin Elpers, Adam Adler, Matt Fuhs, back row, Coach Franny Adler, John Kiefer, Jacob Weis, Dominic Faraone, Jimmy Klssel and Coach Bernie Faraone. Team members not pictured include Zack Hudson, Jacob Ziliak and Joshua Zfliak. The team also won the championship of the Independent School League, and co-cham- pionship of the Mater Dei Feeder League. Audra Gray and Elizabeth Wichman got thirds. Diamond Key award Brenda Donofrio, speech program director at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has been named the Diamond Key Award recipient from the Na- tional Forensic League. Under her instruction, stu- dents have earned over 15,000 points in competition. Seminarians named to Dean's List Max Fischer and Keith Fritz have been named to the Dean's List at St. Meinrad Col- lege. Fischer is a freshman at St. Meinrad Col- lege. He is a member of St. John the Bap- tist Church, Vincennes, and a graduate of Rivet High School, Vin- cennes. He is the son of Phillip Fis- cher and Elizabeth Fischer. Fritz is freshman, at St. Meinrad College. He is a member of St. Martin of Tours Church in Siberia, and a graduate of Perry Central lligh'School. First place The Mater Dei High School Speech Team took first place in the Warren Central Speech Meet on Feb. 10. Katie Ritchie, Jennifer Richardt, Alex Zenthoefer and Matt Williamson placed first, and Lauren Brady and Jason McCord received second. Jessica Butler and Theresa Webster won third prizes, and Katie Faraone, Nathaniel Rivers and Meg Lifick placed fourth. Dana Kemper and Lori Gries finished fifth, and Laura Reising and Jan Bickett re- He is the son of Bob and Theresa Fritz of Birdseye. Happy Birthday! Father Ralph Schipp, chap- lain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, celebrates his birthday March 2. He resides at 856 S. Lombard, Evansville IN 47714. Anniversaries of ordination Father Kenneth Herr, chap- lain and teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, was ordained a priest March 2, 1968. He resides at the Faculty Resi- dence, 1500 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Lowell Will, pastor of St. Peter Church, Mont- gomery, and St. Patrick and St. Michael churches, both in Daviess Counfj, was ordained a priest March 2, 1968. Promotion Little Company of Mary Sister M. Adrian Davis. presi- dent and chief executive officer of Memorial Hospital and ceived sixth. Heather Bennett and Andy Coomes placed sev- enth. Ninth place went to Sara Kempf and Meaghan Topper. Kevin Baehl, Nikki Hemmer, Christina O'Neal, Scott Rheinlander and Carl Vowels placed tenth. MathCounts at WCCS Anthony Cantonese, Christina Johnson, Sara Stephen and April McCormick are members RAY SNOWDEN Health Care Center, Jasper, announced the promotion of Ray Snowden to the position of Ex- ecutive Vice-president. Snowden has been a member of the hospital's administrative staff since 1985. He has a bache- lor of science degree in education and pharmacy, and a master's degree in health service manage- ment. -' Golden anniversary Congratulations to Cletus and Rosemary Muenster. mann, members at Sacred of the MathCounts team at Westside Catholic Consoli- dated School, Evansville. An- drea Dick and Katie Bradley are alternates. Best report Laura Knapp, an eighth grader at Resurrection School, Evansville, received an award for Best Book Report in the Reading Aces program. Reading Aces Seventeen students at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, achieved their goals in the Read- ing Aces program, and received tickets to a University of Evansville basketball game. They are fourth waders Tris- tan Davidson, Jennifer Hig-" gins, Jennifer Myers, Laura Schroeder, Amanda Myers, Ashley Martin, Mitchell Wolf, qaitney Pruiett, Megan Wil- hite, and fifth graders Staci Brink, Jessica Cameron, Heather DeVauit, Sara Jack- son, Anne Lawniczak, Cori Redding, Karla Schweizer and Katie Wassmer. Musicians Eight students from St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non, recently competed in the Vocal Solo and Ensemble Con- test at the University of Evansville. In Division Three, Michael Carron, Susan Hehn and Ryan Hickey each received a second place rating. In Division Five, Ricy Breeze, Ashley Weinzapfel, Michelle Muller and Simon Hoehn re- ceived a first place rating; Joey Hayden received a second place rating, Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday be. fore publication. Heart Church, Evansville, who recently celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary. Giving Tree Parishioners at Resurrection Church, Evansville, provided 675 gifts to needy families this Christmas as part of the parish Giving Tree program. "A few of us had the opportu- nity to help distribute the gifts, and the experience was a hum- bling and heart-warming one,  said Father Raymond Bren- ner, pastor. Lincoln Day Vincent Luecke, a third-year theology student at St. Meinrad School of Theology, gave the in- vocation and Benediction at the annual Lincoln Day held at the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial on Feh. 11. 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 Frida3 before publica- tion.