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March 8, 1991 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese II I I 7 St. Boniface's new confessional telephone The confessional at St. Boniface CHurch, Evansville, is now equipped with a two-way telephone for the benefit of the hard-of-hearing. The new telephone will enable hard-of-hearing parishioners to "hear the priest without the priest talking so loud that people near the confessional can hear." . The t.lephone was purchased by the parish Altar Society. Happy Birthday! Father David Martin of St. Simon Church, Washington, celebrates his birthday March 12, Anniversaries of ordination "-' Father Stephen Snoich O.S.B. of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, celebrates his an- niversary of ordination to the priesthood March 12. Father John Davidson of St. Joseph Church, Jasper, - celebrates his anniversary of or- dination to the priesthood March 14. Father Don Dilger, Message columnist, celebrates his an- niversary of ordination to the priesthood March 15.. Father Joseph Kane of Precious Blood Church, Jasper, celebrates his anniversary of ordination to the priesthood March 11. Father Raymond Kuper of St. Bernard Church, Rockport, celebrates his anniversary of or- dination to the priesthood March 14. Father Francis Schroering of St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, celebrates his anniver- sary of ordination to the priesthood March 15. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Charlie and Helen Gubler, 42 years; Marvin and Jean Hardes- ty, 41 years; Richard and Ger- trude Schnautz, 41 years; Tom and Barbara Wathen, 41 years; Kenneth and Avalia Lutz, 53 years. Director of Center for Family Life Jerome Kissel has been ap- pointed director of the Center for Family Life at St. Anthony Center in Evansville. Kissel is a member of St. Boniface Church, Evansville. He has served as a Community and Development Resource Of- ficer at the Second Chance Halfway House for the Indiana Department of Corrections. He is also the former owner of Helen's Fine Foods and he has worked with the Vanderburgh County Probation Department. Bell tower at St. Mary's Plans are moving ahead for a bell tower at St. Mary Church, Sullivan. One-thousand dollars has been donated by a parishioner and Mahle Springer has agreed to pay the cost of refurbishing the bells so they can be rung electronically. Anniversaries at St. Anthony Congratulations to couples at St. Anthony Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: John and Modesta Harl, 55 years; John and Anna Lawton, 45 years. Please send information for PEOPLE 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 date. II HAUB STEAK HOUSE PRIME STEAKS - SEAFOOD - CHICKEN (1) 768-6462 LARGE PARTY ROOMS Haubstadt, Ind, i ..... "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 L I Hi-Tech Sheet Metal Inc. Residential, Industrial & Commercial Heating & Cooling Installation Sales & Service [ 422-9242 [ Operated by Michad and Patdcia Koch 2210 N. Grand Ave., Evansville I AUTO TOPS. SEAT COVERS 0 BOAT COVERS =: STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS Washingto[ Auto Trim 27 Years Service 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER Scouting awards in Newburgh Father Fred Englert congratulates three  scouts from St. John the Baptist Church, Newburgh. The scouts recently earned the Boy Scout religious emblem, Ad Altare Dei. They are, from left, Chad Fla- talon, Joe Dickinson and Gordon Wemer. ! N g N ................. ...... ........... ........ ......... " .......  ................. : ": ....... . ......   ' i N  .,':  :N' . '   ....... g Precious Blood's 'Caper Paper' Issues from the student publication, "Caper Paper," pro- duced by students at Precious Blood School, Jasper, have been mailed to people throughout the Diocese of Evansville, Here are some of the responses that were written back to the students: Bishop Gerald A, Gettelfinger: "Keep up the good work!" Jerome Alias, the mayor of Jasper: "It was my pleasure to read your school newspaper. Your parish, teachers and parents must be very proud knowing you have continued the challenge for 10 years." The mayor wrote that he enjoyed the sports stories and the news of each class. Alles wrote, "Congratulations. Keep up the good work. We are proud to have you as part of our community!" Dennis Heeke, state represen- tative: "Thank you for the copy of the 'Caper Paper.' I enjoyed having the opportunity to catch up with the happenings at your school. "I am especially glad to see that students like yourself are participating in such a fun and educational endeavor. Your school paper is a splendid reflec- tion of the students and dedicated staff at your school." John Rumbach, editor .of the "Herald" newspaper in Jasper: Thanks for sharing a copy of 'Caper Paper.' I think it's the best thing since Super Mario Brothers 3. And much better for your brain. I'm sure parents as well as students enjoy reading it." Cathy Brosmer, first grade teacher at Precious Blood: "Your papers this year have been very well written and very profes- sionally produced. I like the graphics too. Keep up this fine standard." Audrey Vogler and Teri Wehr are co-editors of the student newspaper. The editorial staff includes: Food bank volunteers Junko Masuyama, Miho Takenouchi and Yasuko Yamashita, students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, are earning ser- vice hours for their religion class by volunteering their time at a food bank. Lori Collier, art editor; Emily Schnellenberger, features editor; Chris Aders, science editor; Da- mian Holsworth, sports editor. Sixth grade students serve as reporters. School secretary Doris Song handles circulation and Ed- ward Schaaf is the advisor. Happy Birthday! Marrilee Heflin, chief ad- ministrative principal at Westside Catholic Consolidated Schools in Evansville celebrates her birthday March 15. Marian Day.,. School auxmry Newly-elected officers of the Marian Day School Auxiliary are Evelyn Stemaly, president; Evelyn Little, vice-president; Ed- na Turner, secretary; Dorothy Filbert, treasurer. St. James' Science Fair Science Fair winners at St. James School, St. James, are: Fifth grade  Stacey Euler, first; Danny Adler, second; Tara Hipp, third; Sixth grade -- Eric Zenthoefer, first; Jessica Kiefer, second; J.D. Hudson, third; Seventh grade  Curtis Knapp, first Chris Schillinger, second; Shawn Zuher, third; See SCHOOL pge 9