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March 24, 1989 3 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Newspaper in Education Week Students in schools throughout the Diocese of Evansville par- ucipated in the annual Newspaper in Education project by reading me March 17 issue of the Message. Over 2,900 copies of the Message were ordered by 18 diocesan principals and distributed to students in their schools. Catholic schools participating in Newspaper in Education week Were St. Theresa School, Good Shepherd School, Corpus Christi School, Christ the King School, Westside Catholic Consolidated School, St. Benedict School, Memorial High School and Mater Dei High School, all in Evansville. Also receiving copies of the Message were students at Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt: St. Philip School, St. Philip; St. Ber- nard School,,Rockport; Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington; Precious Blood School, Jasper; St. Joseph School, Vaderburgh County; Washington Catholic High School, Washington; St. Joseph School, Princeton; St. John School, Nev rburgh, and Flaget School, Vincennes. The Message is always available at reduced rates in quantities /or classraom use in schools or religious education programs. Con- tact Mary Ann Hughes for information or to order bulk copies, two weeks before planned usage. Jeanne Will,teacher at St. Philip School, St. Philip, used the Message in her fifth grade classroom this week to help students learn about the new bishop and other news events in the Diocese of l.vAnviile. -- Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert ]den torial junior Joe Maiane reads a story in the March 17 issue of l he ]dessage during Newspaper in Education Week. -- Message Photo by Mary Ann Hughes BLESSIHGS ELBERFELD STATE BANK ELBERFELD, IN 983"2541 Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System DEWIG BROS. PACKING 768-6208 423-4053 HAUBSTADT HOFFMAN PL.UMBING Easter Greetings 1400 Fountain Avenue Evansville, Indiana 425-0165 Jim Hoffman, President Amy Beard, sophomore at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, chooses the latest issue of the Message from a rack of periodicals in the school library. A copy of the Message was purchased for every stu- dent at Mater Dei so they could read about the naming of the diocese's fourth bishop and the upcom- ing Catholic school celebration at Roberts Stadium, according to principal Walter Bowman. -- Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert Call the Covenant House 9-LINE, a hotline for troubled youth and families, open 24-hours a day, seven days a week, from anywhere in the U.S. 1-800-999-9999 The street is no solution. Old problems get worse, and new ones are created. avt--Vi'00 ."o oCO.%"A" v J THE UNION BANK A FULL SERVICE BANK 295-2624 HWY50 LOOGOOTEE, INDIANA Jenny Folz, fifth grader at St. Philip School, St. Philip, catches up on the latest news in the Message during Newspaper in Education Week. -- Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert