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O, 1995 7 g awards at parishioner given the Othmar I ard. The award late Msgr. Kids St. Philip have raised during Evans. Ls birthday Unts flaced in com- competi- School. t. James at St. in team ers include jKnapp, immy and Kim at Marian Ferdi. a first place ana School Contest. nsehmidt, o, Adam Hurm, Ben Ober. ke will in by at St. Ible Stofleth Divi- ISSMA rnble con- Mater include Jay low, an, The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana iii!   : : :i! ?i:i:? ....... : :  Othmar Schroeder in 1975 in recognition of the individual who best exemplifies the Boy Scout character and tradition in Troop 185. He is the son of Bob and Sharon Dilger of Jasper. He has been a member of Holy Fam- ily Cub Scout Pack 185 and Boy Scout Troop 185 for seven years; he received his Eagle Scout award in 1993. Scott Friedman, the son of John and Sue Friedman of Jasper, has been awarded the 1995 Eddie Rottet Jr. Memorial Scout Award. It was the sixtieth year the award has been given. He is a member of Boy Scout Troop 185 of Holy Family Parish and he has been awarded the Eagle Scout award. Ad Altare Dei awards have been presented to Holy Family scouts Jon Dilger, Kyle dahn, Matt Mills, Ben Nowotarski, Bret Mehringer and Nathan Seng. Happy Birthday! Msgr. Jerome Neufelder, a priest of the Diocese of Evans- ville teaching at St. Meinrad School of Theology, celebrates his birthday March 14. Father William Deering, diocesan director of worship, cel- ebrates his birthday March 16. Father John Davidson, pas- tor of St. Anthony Church, Evansville, and a member of the Urban Ministry Team in Evansville, celebrates his birth- day March 17. Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, vicar-general of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his birth- day March 18. Anniversaries of ordination Father John Davidson, pas- tor of St. Anthony' Church, Evansville, and a member of the Urban Ministry Team, was ordained a priest March 14, 1964. Father Raymond Kuper, pastor of St. Agnes Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest March 14, 1964. Father Donald Dilger, Mes- sage columnist and Teacher of Scripture in the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest March 15, 1959. He re- sides at 6621 Smith Diamond Rd., Evansville IN 47712. Father Francis Schroering, pastor of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Haubstadt, was or- dained a priest March 15, 1959. Father Donald Brosmer, a priest of the Diocese of Evans- ville, was ordained a priest March 15, 1959. Father Donald Ackerman, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church, Vincennes, was or- dained a priest March 18, 1961. " Father Sylvester Loehrlein, pastor of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush, was ordained a 'priest March 18, 1956. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Len and Billye Bauza, 49 years; Denis and Catherine Birchler, 60 years. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries; Kenneth and Avalia Lutz, 57 years; Darrell and Luella Stanley, 42 years; Jim and Mary Lee Brock- man, 40 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. .... ................. iii i!!iiiiiii!!i!!ii!!iiii00i!00!?i!iiiiiili ii iii00ii!(ili00! : i Anna Hoang, Sarah Koressel and Andrea Auth. State finalists included Matt Schmitt, Rick Stephens, Sarah Kirsch, Amelia Stoltz, Lisa Feldhaus, Wendy Rainey, Lari Woehler, Jami Folz and Vivian Caro. Skating Heather Coon, an eighth grader at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, received a first place and a fourth place in the annual Invitational Skating Competition in Nashville, Tn. Schroeder, Nick Folz, Randy Thomas, Greg Davids, Mike ' : Conkling, Clayton Wester- field and Brandon Frazer. Circle the State Nick Hirsch, Cory Halbig, Alison Brandt, Katie Kunkel, Meghan Agnew, Laura Kassenbrock and Krista EI- liott, choir students at Christ the King School, Evansville, participated in the annual Circle the State with Song Choral Fes- tival at Bosse High School, Evansville. Champion Tony Fehrenbacher, a freshman at Indiana University and a graduate of Mater Dei High School, Evansville, be- came the i995 Novice Informa- tive College State Champion at the State Speech Tournament. He also placed second in novice prose and third in varsity extem- poraneous, and received a top novice award at the tournament. Winning role Danielle Winnecke, a fourth grader at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, is a cast member in Civic Theater's production of The Good-Bye Girl. Science Fair at WCCS The annual Science Fair at Westside Catholic Consoli- dated Junior High School, Evansville, was held Feb. 21. Eighth grade winners include I Kerri Vowels, Angle Soto- longo, first place, grand prize; Sarah Grannan, second place; Jennifer Moll, April Altstadt, third place; Sarah Mesker, Katie Ritchie, Sara Jost, Laura Stephens, Michelle Mills, Valerie Murray, Adam Schiff and J.D. Wargel. Toni Reising and Jennifer Tornatta were first place win- ners in the seventh grade. Becky Lutz placed second, and Alex Moll and Jackie Tillman received third place. ttonorable mention went to Tim Stephens, Andrew Cultural Fair Amy Bodkins and Wayne Lechner were named overall winners in the Cultural Fair at Precious Blood School, Jasper. Fifth graders who received blue ribbons for social studies were Tracy Bailey, Amy Bod- kins. Red ribbons were given to Emily Collier, Carrie Fuhs, Natalie Wessel, Jase Aders, John David Paar and Ginger Gramelspacher. White ribbons went to Jesse Sermersheim and Matt Gehlhausen. Fifth graders who received blue ribbons for science included Justin LaGrange, Nick Hoff- man, Nick Gerber, Alicia Krodel, Brooke Oser, Patrick Mulligan, Jackie Schwenk, Kathryn Gramelspacher and Wayne Lechner. Fourth graders who re- ceived top honors were Chad Sermersheim and Kyle Oser. Second honors went to Jes- sica Fritz, Luke Lechner, Shanelle Moeller, Jessica Peter, Jamie Schepers, Justin Sermersheim, Andy Skillman, Nichole Sternberg, Cody Voegerl and Zaehery Zehr. First place honors went to Jennifer Berg, Alex Birkle, Andy Boehm, Julie Bosler, Marissa Brown, Jacob Byers, Krista Dall, Megan Goepfrich, Chris Knies, Kyle Knies, Katie Oeding and Erin Welp. Runners-up Benny Faraone was the run- ner-up in the Gibson County Growing in kindness Every time students at St. Wendei School, St. Wendel, per- form an act of kindness, they write about it on a paper leaf and then attach the leaf to a vine that is winding its way down the school corridor. Above, Adam Koester and Jami-Lee Hamilton add leaves to the vine. Spelling Bee. He is a student at St. James School, St. James. Matt Endress was the run- ner-up in the Vanderburgh County Spelling Bee. He is a stu- dent at Christ the King School, Evansville. Commercial Angele Echele, Savannah Whicker, Betty LillY , Sam Kaiser and Kevin Tooke, stu- dents at Westside Catholic Consolidated Intermediate School, Evansville, will be tap- ing a commercial for Operation City Beautiful. Second place The fiRh and sixth grade boys basketball team at Resurrec- tion School, Evansville, placed second in the diocesan tournament. Team members in- clude Nick Austin, Nick Beach, Tony Epkey, Garen Garrison, Matt Goans, A. J. Smither, Brett DeVault, Joe Epkey, Daniel Rodenberg and Nick Unfried. Don Beach and Steve Goans are coaches. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169. Evansville, IN 47724.