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13, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Notebook change program it Rivet H.S. rage program is being at Rivet High School, ennes, and the first phase s this summer. Members af Club will be touring Switzerland and Aus- summer. They will also up an exchange pro- families in Baden- Germany. SUmmer, Rivet students ,e tile opportunity to liw..&apos; German families for Weeks. The following July, familie.s will be in- send their chihtre, n to 0S. places a great eml)hasis languages in order to compete for top jobs in the twenty-first both nationally and in- g," noted Dr. Art principal. sewmfl distinc- this area: it has a record of students who language -- 100 and Rivet is one of the ,ols in Indiana to begin nguages so early -- in e. ID Basketball shoot-out Patrick Englebrecht, a student at St. Theresa School, Evansville, has won the opportu- nity to have lunch with Jim Crews, basketball coach at the University of Evansville. Patrick was one of five top money raisers in the 1992 Easter Seal Basketball Shoot-out. He raised $209.66. St. Theresa School was also among the top five schools in the fundraiser; students raised $2,813.90. Science Fair at St. James Winners of tim Scien(:e Fair at St. James School, St. James, in- chide: Eighth grade -- Daniel Lamey, Aaron Ruggles, first; Curtis Knapp, second; Joy Kessler, third; Seventh grade -- Eric Zenthoe- fer, first; Sixth grade -- Shelley Grubb, first; Katie Faraone, second; Tara Hipp, third; Fifth grade -- Jenny Zenthoe- fer, first; Theresa Adler, second; Brian Luigs, third; Jamie PPy Birthday! Dunkelba?e fourth. 1G L.ig, principa at St. Shoot a then lll' School, Vanderburgh ;Tlebrates his birthday at Resurrection ! lucation erVice Award t'SiSter Joanna Brown S P a tth . ., Se h,,Ir at Precious Blood Ot*,t 11,_. , lasoer llas been noml ct fo ..... %ti0rl o r the Jasper Jaycees Edu- oervice Award lew teacher t. St. Benedict h% vld Wolf is now tea('hin, Ith a " " " g N_. ad safety and )b sical IVV; at St. Benedict School, life_ Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students at Resurrection School, Evansville, collected $831 for Easter Seals through a basketball shoot-a-tbon. April Smith and Melissa Kettinger each collected over $200. Memoriars Academic Decathlon Members of tim Academic De- cathlon team at Memorial High School, Evansville, placed fourtb in the state in the small school division. Team members are Trish Iishop Shea Anniversaries Nebrates Birthday! William Deering, of music, cele- March 16. Davidson of St. Evansville and solidum of St. John celebrates March 17. Knapp, vicar- of the Diocese of -L celebrates his birth- 18. Kuper of St. Rockport, cele- March 22. Temme of Holy Evansville, lay March 22, of ordination Father Donald Ackerman of St. John Church, Vincennes, was ordained a priest March 18, 1961. Father Sylvester Loehrlein of St. Rupert Church, Red Brush, was ordained a priest March 18, 1956. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, celebrating March wedding anniversaries: Carlton and Emily Gerdon, 47 years; Darwin and Cecilia Ryder, 62 years; Robert and Rose Marie Grimieaux, 41 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. : Diane Emig, Erica Engelland, Tom Haydent, Matt Oak and Mike Wettmarshausen. Individual medals were won by: Jim Bockting, silver, fine arts; Mike Wettmarshausen, silver, fine arts; Julie Cook, silver, fine arts; Tom Hayden, bronze, social studies; Diane Emig, bronze in literature, social studies, essay; Erica Engelland, silver in inter- view, bronze in speech and all- around; Matt Oak, bronze in eco- nomics, social studies, gold in science, all-around. The team won silw'.r medals in the Super Quiz. The team is coached by Mace Brauchla and Sister Margaret Quinlan s.P. National Forensic League Meml)ers of the National Forensic League at Memorial High School, Evansville, are Lauren Smither, Dan Guagenti, Chad Engeiland, Trent Engbers, Eloiza Domingo, Thomas Amodio, Adrianna Carlisle, Ryan Brown and Nonie Danna. Top spellers at St. Philip Peter Stoltz is the winner of the spelling bee at St. Philip School, St. Philip. Jenny Morrow is runner-up. T.J. Stolz, Ryan Scheu, Keith Wildeman, Libby Schenk, Niki Hemmer and Jenny Folz also participated in the school spelling bee. Musicians at St. Philip Students at St. Philip School, St. Philip, who received superior ratings in the district solo/en- semble contest at the University of Evansville include: Libby Schenk, Emily Elpers, Julia Schapker, Shannon McNally, Donald Raising, Paul Stoltz, E.W. Scott, Robert Masterson, Peter Stoltz and Mark Wildeman. Audrey Hinderliter, Charlene Kirsch, Sara Montgomery, Tim Carlton, Niki Hemmer and Maria Kirsch received second place ratings. Instrumental superior ratings were received by Jeremy Bigge, Matt Bohleber and Tony McDon- ald. Second place ratings in in- strumental were received by Tim Carlton, Niki Hemmer and Maria Kitsch. Mater Ders debate team Tony Fehrenbacher and Chris Spahn, members of the debate team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, finished in tim lop five at District Debate. Graphic design Christy Clayton, a student at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has advanced to Level IlI of the State Project XL program. Her entry is a graphic arts design. Essay contest winners Rachel Scheller has won an essay contest sponsored by the Eastside Civitan Club of Evansville. Andrea Moll has placed second. They are students at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon DAR award Krista Oser, a student at Pre- cious Blood School, Jasper, has won the Daughters of the Ameri- can Revolution essay contest. See SCHOOL Page 12 I I PatrioticMass : ): ::3, <: :!5 i i//!: lulie Skvara, a fifth grader at Holy :1 tot 4 t School. Evansville. reads an excerpt frm  :h e D ,dl ation of Independence during a patriotic Mass; The students also s pairiotic songs and he the Gettes b, trg Adss during the Mass i i. ,' ,i,i, , .... , ....... i/ . , , 4';i.