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The Message -- for. Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 9 Dcnool,  ]ued from page 7 School spelling bee at St. l'School, St. Wendel. She aented St Wende[ in the Y County spelling bee. 00urrection's !sicians i , Llffick and April Smith, nts from Resurrection I,. Evansville, rec(,ived first In voice in the ISSMA Indiana German Congress Students from Rivet High School, Vincennes, recently competed at the Indiana German Congress at Indiana University. Nicole MineD won second place awards in reading comprehen- sion and in spelling. Christina Rinderle won second place awards in dictation and in com- position. The students were accompa- nied by their teacher, Mary the spelling bee at St. James School, St. [ames. Katie Faraone is the runner-up. Curtis will rep- resent St. James School .in the Gibson County spelling bee. UE contest winners Frances Adams and Mary En- gelland, seventh graders at St Benedict School, Evansville, have both won second place rat- ings in the Solo and Ensemble contest. u:Contest at University of Traylor. ille. Ann Weber leceived cyce in piano. Monica Contest winners First grade eaghan Topper, Jay tright and Andy Eflinger re- ,d first in instrnmen,al, from Mater Dei teachers at 1 Baumgart received a sec- lace in instrumental. Students from Mater Dei High St. Benedict School, Evansville, who received 00Urrection's spellers a Tieken is the winner of [aPellim, bee "at Resurrection 1, .Ev : k. ansvflle. Jeremy Her- ,, lSrunner up il,. " - _. xustin is the winner of ciliary grades spelling bee : uy Smither is rmmer-u p )col/solo 00ntest winners medals in the state Solo/Ensem- ble contest in Indianapolis are: Piano solo -- Cindy Wan- nemuehler, Division I, Erika Amundsen, Division II; Vocal solo -- Angels Canda, Sarah Kirsch, Amanda Luigs, Wendy Rainey, Division I; Erika Amundsen, Division II; Girls' vocal ensemhle -- Erika Amundsen, Angle Bauer, Missi Canada, Sallie Ellison, Kate Epley, Ashley Hamilton, Sarah Kirsch, Karl Koressel, Emily Liffick, Amanda Luigs, Joy Martin, Amanda Nally, Wendy Rainey, Karla Seib, Amelia Stoltz, Angela Canada, Karen Tenharge and Heather Rollett, Division I. Sharon Livingston, Diana St M Walker and Betty Emmert served ' atthew as accompanists for the Mater Dei Singers. :tUdents from St. Matthew 2 l,Mount Vernon, who re- ,,"" nrsts in the vo(:al/solo Top spellers ;::theld at I]t are Sarah a " Kachel Scheller and An- ,..'mll. Elizabeth Keck re- at St. James u a SOcolld. Curtis Knapp is the winner of ! Homes ! ' Four (r)venient Locations I CENTRAL CHAPEL 626 FIRS] AVE EVANSVILLE SERVICE AND SHOPPING GUIDE PL" THE BEST .--,..B., ,.,--- ,'--- UMBING SERVIC E ZMII00I = ;h P REE ESTIMATES Sales & Service NT TV & 2-Way FM PLUMBING'CO. " GOVERNOR AT CANAl ,9 16HW.NFER(A?2L41N3?TREE T Herman Goebel i  Motor Co. NEW OR USED CARS It -" Whom the best deals are made r ..... . .... Trade up or down Bank Financing 2001 W. Delaware 423-775 ansville Wet Heat M & S t ,,t Pipino Co Inc. Fire & Safety . ' UsI Boilers Furnaces Eqmp. Co. Inc. tl.t, adair & enla'm,mt Over 25 years sales and -- '1 R_. .... ----" - service in the Tri-state 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 , ,. Carpet Cleaning HT ASKANNDCAMR  OF SERVICE MASTER GLAss REPLACEMENT I%r Free, Estimates S I EM ERS _ Call4a.aor AUTO GLASS CO. , ' Ph. 422-4149 1 o21 WALNUT ST The two first grade teachers al St. Benedict School, Evansville, recently received special recog- nition for their accomplish- ments. Elaine Adams was nominated for the Teacher of the Year award sponsored by the Evansville Courier newspaper. Stephanie Groenert has re- ceived notification that she has been selected to appear in the second edition of "Who's Who Among America's Teachers." Memorial auction Nearly 400 attended the sev- enth annual Alumni Auction sponsored by the Friends and Alumni of Memorial High School, Evansville. Approxi- mately $35,000 was raised at the dinner-auction. Proceeds from the auction un- derwrite ntaintenance and repair projects. Projects this year will include plumbing, window and (:eiling repairs and sealing the gym floor. Math Counts at St. Philip Peter Stoltz, Mike Hemmer, Niki ltemmer and Jenny Folz are members of the Math Cot|uts team at St. Philip School, St. Philip. Alternates are Jalie Schapker anct Shannon McNally. Please send information far SCltO()I, NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. i i ,,Ed L. Lee Mortuary A night out Teachers at Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, offered their services as babysitters for 150 students one night during Catholic Schools Week. Above, Darin Dewig, Blake Maurer and Jamie Lamb play with dinosaurs during their parents' night out. 593 books and books: . Other sales included: St. Wendel School, St, Wendel, 300 books; Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, 200 books; St. Philip School, St. Philip, 200'books; St, Matthew School, Mount Vernon, 255 bQoks; St; Joseph School, Princeton, 157 books; St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, 353 books; St. James School, St. James, 167 books; St, Bernard School, Rockport, 274 books; Holy Family School, Jasper, 89 books; Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, 129 books. Evansville-area schools sales included: Holy Spirit School, 320 books, St. Benedict School, 419 books; St. Theresa School/Marian Day School, 400 books; Westside Catholic Consolidated School, 507 books; St, Joseph School (Vanderburgh County) 200 books; Resurrection School. 286 books; Holy Rosary School, 289 books: Holy Redeemer School, 209 books: Good Shepherd School, 175 books; Corpus Christi School, 146 books; Christ the King School, 269 books. The program was sponsored by WFIE-TV in Evansville. i i RUXER 101 North Meridian Street Washington. IN 254-3612 Metal Roofing Less $2.00 sq. - Over 20,000 Sq. in stack $18.95 & up Roof Truss Rafters Less 10% 9 x 7 INSULATED GARAGE DOORS $199.95 ea (Over 300 Garage Doors In Stock} Plus Get 2nd Transmitter FREE when you buy a garage door operator with door. 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