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Memorial High School, Evansville, received $1,500 and the eight Catholic schools on Evansville's West Side also received $1,500 each. The donations were given dur- ing a banquet at the University of Southern Indiana. Memoriars speech team Twenty-eight members of the speech team at Memorial High School, Evansville, have qualified for the IHSFA speech regional competition. The speech team placed second at the IHSFA speech sectional on March 9. First place finishers were Juli Wittgen, oratorical interpreta- tion, and Maria Dickinson, prose and original oratory. Also advancing to regional competition are Dirk Melton, Ben Bailey, U.S. extemporaneous , Steve Adkins, Chris Wolk, Dan Meng, humorous interpretation; Matt Leingang, foreign extem- poraneous; Tricia Johnson, Angie Evans, Jill Braddock, dramatic interpretation; Katy Nimnicht, Mary Large, im- :promptu; Cheryl Hachmeister, Jason Broshears, oratorical inter- .pretation; Matt Garst, discus- sion; James Werner, Marilyn Schroering, radio; Melanie Pulcini, Cheryl Hachmeister, Mark Santillan, original oratory; Susan Clark, Eric Beane, prose; Cindy Hirsch, poetry; Chris Wolk and Garrick Brinkmeyer, Li Dominguez and Ellen Donofrio, and Erica Engelland and David Flick, duo interpretation. The team is coached by Brenda Donofrio. St. Philip's asketbaU Congratulations to members of the seventh and eighth grade boys' basketball team at St. Philip School, St. Philip. The team was undefeated in the Mater Dei feeder league this season and also won the Mater Dei feeder league tourney. Hosts committee Patti Herrin, language arts teacher at Good Shepherd Donuts and anniversaries in Oakland City Parishioners at Blessed Sacra- ment Church, Oakland City, celebrate wedding anniversaries with a monthly celebration after Sunday Mass, according to Father David Fleck, pastor. Parishioners are invited to stay after Mass for coffee and donuts as part of the monthly anniver- sary celebration. "Last month, we went through. 10 dozen donuts and this month we had ll dozen donuts," Father Fleck said, adding, "people en- Posey County's top speller Peter Stoltz, a seventh grader at St. Philip School, St. Philip, is the winner of the Posey County spelling bee. He will now compete in the tri- state spelling bee in April. Music at Mater Dei Music news from Mater Dei High School, Evansville, includes: Mater Dei musicians Missy Muensterman and Melissa Moore rehearsed with the In- diana State University Honors Band during a weekend in February. A.J. Kuhlman has been 7 Waiting their turn Fourth graders from Corpus Christi School, Evansville, participated in a "United We Stand" Church, Loogootee, celebrates celebrates his anniversary of or- Food Bank his anniversary of ordination to dination to the priesthood March .... the priesthood, March 30, , ,'..'." , 30: " ' ........................... rPh'DuboisEountyConmauni- St. Celestine's quilting committee The quilting committee at St. Celestine Church, Celestine, con- tributes their earnings every year to the parish's religious educa- tion program. To date, the com- mittee has raised $4,840. Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, vicar general of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his an- niversary of ordination to ,the priesthood March 30. Msgr. Charles Koch, judicial vicar of the diocesan Tribunal, celebrates his anniversary of or- dination to the priesthood March 30. Father Bernard Lutz of St. Mary Church, Washington, celebrates his anniversary of or- dination to the priesthood March 30. Father Earl Rohleder of St. An- thony Church, Evansville, Father James Sauer of St. Cle- ment Church, Boonville, celebrates his anniversary of or- dination to the priesthood March 25. ty Food Bank recently received a check for nearly $1,200 from the medical staff at Memorial Hospital and Health Care enter in Jasper. "We understand there is a real need for this organization, and we know the money will be put to good use," said Dr. James Poirier, 1990 president of the hospital's medical executive committee. 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. Father Joseph Erbacher of St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, celebrates his anniversary of or- dination to the priesthood March 25. Father Kenneth Graehler of St. Wendel Church, St. Wendel, celebrates his anniversary of or- dination to the priesthood March 30. Father Leo Kiesel of St. John Anniversaries of ordination joy getting together." Evansville's Honors Jazz Band recently. He also participated in the high school jazz clinic con- ducted by Dr. Sim Flora. * Members of the 1991 Mater Dei Jazz Band. performed at De Pauw University in March. There are 21 members of the Jazz Band. The 70-member Marching Wildcats band received the following awards in competitions this year. -- Pride of Paoli: third; Castle: first, best percussion, best drum major; -- Reitz Invitational: first, best soloist, best percussion, best auxiliary; -- Central Invitational: third; -- Division I, District contest: second place -- South Spencer: second place Fifteen instrumental musi- cians have earned Division II honors in competition at North Central High School. They are Mark Wannemueller, Tom Williams, Chris Cavern, Daryi Nurrenbern, Steve Masterson, Greg Williams, Joe Sauer, Chris Brenner, Tuan Hoang, Mike Hartmann, Christian Stofleth and Amy Krack. Mater Dei students earning Division I honors are Ryan Cor- coran, Missy Muensterman and Cindy Wannemuehler. See SCHOOL page 11 Seventh graders at St. Philip School, St. Philip, put on a play about alcoholism and the affect it has on family life. They are the students of Linda Norton. The actors are, seated, from lelL David Beyerstedt, Todd Kite, Andrea Luigs, Anthea Knapp, standing, Troy Blazier, Mike Hemmer, Mike Drossel, Jenny Folz and Stephanie Scheller. -- Message Photo by Mary Ann Hughes Student play selected to perform with the U.S; meeting at St. Theresa, Church, Evansville, on March 12. The students sang two songs "Heart to Navy Band March 23. Change the World" and "I Thank God for My Country." Above, Michael Backes, Adam Blythe, Steve Masterson performed Joshua Hedge and Jessica Bulter prepare for their program. with the University of