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1994 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 the Diocese t the King Church, Evans- to "Celebrate Lent" on Sunday, ty of family activities. Above, young parishioners. Theresa Evans- .way of wel- they za the parish bul- letin. In the Jan. 23 issue of the bul- letin, information about Sara and Rodney Lipking is offered along with their photo. Today we welcome two of our newest parishioners -- Sara and Rodney Lipking who live at 516 Stanley Avenue. Rodney grew up in the Darmstadt area and Sara is from the Wildeman family in St. Philip. They met when both of them worked at Royal Food Store. Rodney says it was his magnetic personality which at- tracted Sara. Sara thinks it was the Jeep he was driving. An out- sider will tell you that the warm sense of humor they share in common in the glue that bonds them together. Rodney is a lover of the great outdoors. He loves to fish and hunt deer and mush- rooms. Sara enjoys sharing in some of these activities with Rod- ney but she will tell you you doesn't have much patience for fishing. Sara and Rodney were married on July 2, 1988, at St. Philip. Currently Rodney works at Koch Originals making brass furniture and Sara works at Re- search Systems, a marketing re- search company. The biggest thing in their life now is that they are expecting their first child in February. Rodney is sure it will be a girl. Sara doesn't mind what it is, only that it will be a healthy child. She i s pre- pared, however. She's even brought Christmas presents for their child's first Christmas. Sara and Rodney like coming to St. Theresa. They find it a wel- coming and accepting place. They look forward to raising their family here. Welcome, Sara and Rodney and baby ?. We look forward to getting to know you better. The introductions are written by Father Gene Schroeder, pastor, and Barb Engelland, a member of the pastoral team. Engelland said when someone registers in the parish "we make an appointment to visit them and tell them about the parish. Then we find out about them." When information about the new parishioners is presented to the parish, "people recognize them and have a good response to them." Happy Birthday! Father Ralph Schipp, chap- lain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, celebrates his birthday March 2. Father Francis Bauer, pas- tor of St. Bernard Church, Fort Branch, celebrates his birthday March 4. Father August Busch of Evansville, coordinator of, the Clergy Assistance Pool, cele- brates his birthday March 4. Msgr. Charles Schoet. telkotte, a retired priest in the Diocese of Evansville, cele- brates his birthday March 6. Anniversaries of ordination Father Kenneth Herr, chap- lain and teacher at Memorial High School, Evansville, was ordained a priest March 2, 1968. Father Lowell Will, pastor of St. Peter Church, Mont- gomery, St. Patrick and St. Michael churches, both in Daviess County was ordained a priest March 2, 1968. Ministy of Lector Joseph Hoang has received the Ministry of Lector at St. Meinrad Seminary. Archbishop Daniel Buechlein of Indianapolis conferred the ministry. Twenty- two second-year theology stu, dents from 11 dioceses received the Ministry of Lector. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans ville, celebrating wedding an: niversaries: Loral and Flo, fence Malzahn, 47 years; Cliff and Jeanette Sitzman, 46 years; Jim and Marylou Ul. rich, 44 years; Charles and Helen Gubler, 45 years; Mar, vin and Leatrice Hardesty, 44 years; Richard and Gertrude Schnautz, 44 years; Tom and Barbara Wathen, 44 years. 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. Coupon books in Vincennes For a $5 fee, supporters of the two Vincennes Catholic schools can make a difference. The Vincennes Christian Education Foundation is sponsoring a coupon book fund raiser with McDonald's bf Vin- cennes. Each coupon booklet con- tains 10 McDonald's food coupons All proceeds from the fundraiser will go to the Vin- cennes Catholic Schools Scholarship Fund. The booklets are good from March 1 through March 31. National Merit finalist Aaron Couture, a student at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has been chosen as a National Merit finalist. OX 68. Montgomery, Indiana 47558 I All-State concert band Kirby Goedde, a senior at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has obtained a posi- tion in the Indiana Bandmaster Association's All-State Concert Band. He is the second student from Mater Dei to receive a spot on the all-state band. He auditioned with 1,207 other students and was placed as the first chair coronet in the lead band of the three all-state bands. Spencer County champ Andrea Payne, a seventh grader at St. Bernard School, Rockport, is the winner of the 1994 Spencer County spelling bee. She correctly spelled the words "belief' and "hastily." Andrea is the daughter of Don and Debbie Payne. She will now compete in the tri-state spelling bee on March 19. Top spellers at Sts. Peter and Paul Kelley May is the winner of the spelling bee at Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt. Andrew Elpers is runner-up. Amanda Sollman, Kristy Scherer, Kara Epperson, Michelle Bittner, Cassie Hel- frich, Dawn Frohbeiter, Adam Hirsch, Noelle Maurer, Wesley Seib, Gavin Tenbarge, Laura Hirsch and Amanda Schmitt participated in the spelling bee. Optimist Club winners placed third. Patrick Landry represented Holy Rosary in the Boys' Divi- sion at the Optimist speech con- test. Good Shepherd's spelling bee Pam Kessler, an eighth grader at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, is the win- ner of her school's spelling bee. Emily Weber is runner-up. Corpus Christi musicians Shawn Lewis, a student at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, received a first place in Division IV at the vocal/solo contest at the Unive sity of Evansville. Michelle Benke received a second place in Division IV. ,  Corpus Christi students Amy Muensterman, Cassie Me- Cord, Christine Well, Angela Goebel and Stephanie Ulrich all received first place in Divi- sion V. St. Theresa Lorien Ingalls and Amy Culver, student at Holy spellers Rosary School, Evansville, will compete in the Optimist Club's regional contest. Lorien was a winner in the Downtown Optimist Club's con- test and Katherine Swartz re- ceived a participation award. Amy received a first place in the Lakeview Optimist Club's contest. Lisa Wolk placed sec- ond and Melissa Brothers Laura Vann, a student at St, Theresa School, Evansville, is the winner of her school's spelling bee. Jennifer Hoehn is runner.up. Julie Mann is the winner of the spelling bee for grades one through three and Kristen Sut. ton is runner-up.  See SCHOOL page 11