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March 1, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ii Around the Diocese Rivet students clean up Vincennes Seventh grade geography students at Rivet High School, Vincennes, have been rolling up their sleeves and cleaning up Vincennes for the past three months. Under the direction of their teachers, Mary Traylor and Mike Conklin, the students spend one class period a month cleaning up a littered area in Vincennes. "Geography is concerned not only with the environment but also with the idea of communi- ty," Conklin said. "Everyone works hard and the classes have been surprised at how much trash can be gathered in just an hour." Happy Birthday! Sister Bernadine Nash O.S.U., <:', principal at St. Philip School, St. Philip, celebrates her birthday March 8. Student teacher at Good Shepherd Sandy Riecken will be-student teaching in the second grade at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, under the direction of Judy VanHoosier. Academy's board Barbara Graham has been elected to the board of trustees at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdi- nand, She will be a member of the Academic and Student Af- fairs Committee. Graham is a 1982 graduate of the academy; she is formerly from Washington. the spelling bee at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. Short Titzer is runner-up. Contestants included Chris Helms, Jerad Mosbey, Troy Reynolds, Sarah Hahn, Laura Head, Danny Lindenmeyer, Kristina Kolle, Jennifer Orth, B.J. Joergens and Kevin Zirkelbach. Top spellers at Good Shepherd Jay Rietman is the winner of II I II o o I I Princeton's Science Fair Students receiving awards in the Science Fair at St. Joseph School, Princeton, include: Eighth grade -- Ryon Thewes, first; Brian Sims, second; Jason Spindler, third; Seventh grade -- Eric Wolsing, first; Tony Thompson, second; Joy Emmert, third; Sixth grade -- Patrick Murray, first; Laura Thompson, second; Eli Liddle, third; Fifth grade -- Ryan Murray, first; Ryan Spindler, second; Dustin Hudson, third; Fourth grade -- Stacy Wolsing, first; Rachel Oldham, second; Abby Goldback, third. St. Wenders top spellers Janelle Herr is the winner of the school spelling bee at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel. Chad Payton is runner-up. Top spellers Resurrection Christy Unfried, a seventh grader at Resurrection School, Evansville, is the school's spell- ing bee champion. Ann Weber, a sixth grader, is runner-up. Kyle Babcock, a third grader, is the primary grades spelling bee winner and Julia Schenk, also a third grader, is runner-up. Another reason toget Invisible FenCing With one phone call to Invisible Fencing, you can safely keep your dog within your pro- perty limits, without limiting your view. It works without unsightly fences and costs less than traditional fencing. University tested. Vet approved. Invisible Fencing even comes with a 30-day money back guarantee. Call today and find out why. OVER 100,000 DOGS STAND BEHIND INVISIBLE FENCING 812-963-3119 @ JOE ANDDOLORES ELPERS 1-800-342-4075 Invisible Fence Co. Inc. Of The Tri State ._AREA DEALER - SALES AND SERVICE Is, 7 Pen pals Third graders at St. Wendel School in St. Wendel mail valentines to servicemen in the Middle East. Each of the third grade students has a pen pal. Distinguished Student Angela Bosse, a 1990 graduate of Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has been named a Distinguished Student at Purdue University. Christ the King's top spellers Libby Melton is the winner of the school spelling bee at Christ the King School, Evansville. Dan Hirsch is runner-up. DAR contest Meghan Belcher was the seventh grade winner of the DAR essay contest at Christ the King School, Evansville. Staff assignments at Jasperhospital Dr. Terry Brown will serve as president of the medical ex- ecutive committee and chief of staff during 1991 at Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center, Jasper. Dr. Brown succeeds Dr. James Poirer, Dr. Timothy McClure will serve as vice-president and Dr. Bradley J. Strausburg will serve as secretar/treasurer. Department chief appoint- ments include: -- Dr. Norma Kreilein, depart- ment of primary care; -- Dr. Duane Flannagan, department of surgery; -- Dr. Gregory Miller, depart- ment of obstetrics; -- Dr. Gregory Hindahl, department of emergency services/radiology; -- Dr. Kim Volz, credentials committee. Happy Birthday! Father Francis Bauer of St. Bernard Church, Gibson County, celebrates his birthday March 4. Father August Busch of St. Joseph's Math news Members of the MathCounts team from St, Joseph School, Vanderburgh County placed fifth out of 13 schools at the competi- tion at Harrison High School. Team members are Severin Kempf, Heather Kleinschmidt, Kris Kleinschmidt and Greg Raben. Top scorers at St. Joseph in the American Junior High School Math Exam include: Heather Kleinschmidt, first; Kris Kleinschmidt and Severin KempL second; Matt Voelker, third; Danny Reed, Jason Gries and Erin Smyth, fourth. See SCHOOL page 9 Evansville celebrates his birthday March 4. Father Ralph Schipp, pastor at St. Philip Church, St. Philip, celebrates his birthday March 2. Msgr. Charles SchoeRelkotle of Regina Pacts Home, Evansville, celebrates his birth- I II ::::::::: i iii!i!!iiiii!ii!iiiil !iiiilj ii! iii iiii?i?::i:;ii?iii? iiii::: day March 6. Anniversaries of ordination Father Kenneth Herr of Good See PEOPLE page 11 Parish appreciation The parish council at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, spon- sored an annual parish appreciation party Feb. 3. Parishioners enjoyed a meal, games and prizes. Above, Dan Cannon and Father James Blessinger enjoy a game. h