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6, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Notebook Urban Plunge ..TWelve stude.nts at St. Mar - ;re'W°odsColiege will spmi t •spring break in thl inner £ 0t Chicago. "The comul unity ""treach program, Woods Urban Plunge, is a first endeavor for the college. The 12 stuchmts haw,' volun- teered to spend five days serving in soup kitchens, interacting with t)attere.d women and their €:hil(h'en, helping severely dis- abled childre, n, anti working with the elderly. "The effort is not only to he.lp bettering our world begins within." The students arc,' raising money to be able to participate in the outreac:h progranl. "These the needy, but to prepare Woods' women for their responsible roles in society," explained Fa- ther Mike Zahorchak, Campus Minister. inner city (:itize, ns are the, poor and needy. The only way they can 'afford' us is if we hear the cost." St. Mary-of-the-Woods stu- dents who will he involved in the program are Rosie Blanken- ship, Gahrielle Hartley, Anne Marratta, Christa Miller, Molly McConnell, Deanna Richardson, Lori Rowe, Keiya Russell, Danyell Scott, Tina Strack, Rita Wilke and Michelle Wolfe. Happy Birthday! Merrilee Heflin, chief adminis- tralive prin::ipal at Westside Catholic ('onsolidated School, Evansville, (:etebrales h(;r birth- day March 15. "So many t)eot)le believe that the problems of starvation and depriwttion are not society's problems, We feel tile answer of teacher Tammy Bergstrom presents Scott Smith with a medal during clos- of'the first grade's winter olympics. The Mount Vernon first graders en- i week of olympic sports, including target practice, snowball shoots and slalom participated in the true spirit of sportsmanship," Bergstrom said, adding, to see how they supported one another." ..... Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes Mission Party at St. Wendel Eigbfh graders at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, held a Mis- sion Party and raised funds for area chari'ties. "the Ozanam Fam- ily Shelter will receive $125, St. Vincent de Paul will receive $125 and tile Food Pantry will receive $100 plus canned goods. ..... : !iii:Ti :, : :// ::;:i: f i :  :: T: Anniversaries Father John Davidson of St. Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Anthony Church, Evansville and Haubstadt, was ordained a priest Mater Ders Youth Arts Award winners Four students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, are among the Youth Arts Award winners. They are Tom Jung, literary arts; Kim Baehl and Amy Haplni, dam:e, anct Christy Clayton. vi- sual arts. Tim awards are sponsored by the Arts (]ouncil of Southwestern Indiana. Memoriars Youth Arts Award winners Four students at Memorial High School, Evansville, are among the Youth Arts Award wimn;rs. They are Rafael Rosario, piano: and Erica Engeiland, David Flick and Emily Hirsch, visual arts. The awards are sponsored by the Arts (]oun(:il of Southwestt;rn lnctiana. Mater Dei's speech team Members of the speech team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, won 11 ribbons and a tonrth place trophy at the Reitz High School speech meet. Ribbon winners included: Second place -- lared Hob- good; Fourth place -- Aaron Cou- ture, Tony Fehrenbacher; Sixth place -- Jeff Doninger, brat pastor in solidum of St. John March 15, 1959. LeighRitchie, Chris Spahn; le es of ordination Church, Evansville, was or- Seventh place- Missy Muen- l( 0 Years dained a priest March 14 1964. _ Father Joseph Kane of Pre- Father Raymond Kuper of St. Music video sterman, Dawn Baumgart, Brett •  te $ cious Blood Church, Jasper, was Bernard Church, Rockport, was Reidford; ordained a priest March 11 ordained a nriest March 14 • -. . Eighth place--Vivian Care,  ter L Anthony Christian 1967. 1964.  ' wins first place Krysti Kite. ' .'cll, t.nliltY at St. Anthony Father Stephen Snoich O.S.B. Father Donald Dilger, Message ...... g ts- " thony, is celebrat- of St. Benedict Church, columnist, was ordained a priest A music via. Be prep.area.oy Holy Family's , . bnannon DaDrlCK, Angle 1/ally, ] centennial thi e r Evansville was ordained a priest March 15 1959.  'elaStality wasSsYta:ied Jan- March 12, 1972. rather'Francis Schroering of See AROUND Page 8 '"' re92. Father Basil was top spellers !% ;hi. at director. Father -- ' •  r: rbacher, St. Anthony :: theNiCkspellingWernebeeiSattheHolyWinnerFamily°f % r' s 'CUrrently serving as di- ..-.   .. School, Jasper, Eric Durcholz is haaa!Versary certificate will ,11 runner-up. %tra ed and hun at the side  %L  or the ,:hrch to com- Holy Spirit "re the anniversary.  .... ' contest winners OY Birthdau] Students from Holy Spirit i'tlher b- • - ' School, Evansville, who received ,'111 . ilVld Martin of St. %te'[.ch, Washington, cel- y March 12 lo_.Principal tlon Available 1-12 superior ratings in the Indiana State Music Association Solo and Ensemble contest at Univer- sity of Evansville include Clarissa Baumgart, Mandy Wil- hite and Jenny McDonald. Nick Wathen, Jeff Rennie and Chad Garrett received excellent ratings. Heather Gordon, Jen- nifer Otis and Carrie Townsend received good ratings. Valentines WE'RE YOUR #I CHOICE FOR LOW COST AUTO INSURANCE • Independent Agent • Many companies to choose from • 79 years of experience INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 JAMES A. NIEMEIER Mater Dei Class of '69 BLOCK-CRUSH-CUBE WHOLESALE&RETAIL Ph. (812) 425-8191 GEORGE MOLL, Owner to veterans Students at St, Joseph School, Vanderbur$h County, mailed over 160 valentines to Veteran s Hospitals in Indiana, Top speller at St. Wendel Trisha Wallace is the winner See SCHOOL Page 9