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March 24, 1989 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Around the Diocese -- I iiiiiiiiif;ii::iij:Ji:;;iiFiiJii!iiifiiiiiJijiiiiiiii:iiiiiiJiiii:ii:iiiii:.JiJiiiiiiii!iii?!ii! i:.iiii:.iiiiiiiii:.iii::.ili::iii:iiiiJilJii;ili A special . acuity meeting Members of the faculty at Memorial High School, Evansville, were invited to meet faculty members at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, last week, ac- cording to Nancy Schum, Holy Rosary principal. The invitations were part of the pen pal program preceding the April 27 Celebration at Roberts Stadium; students at the two schools have been corresponding with each other. Schum said it is important for elementary school teachers to meet with high school teachers "to share curriculum ideas. They can tell us what our kids need to be doing" in science, English and math. International Day Students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, celebrated International Day with a Byzan- tine Mass, special guest speakers and native dances. The day begin with a Byzantine Mass con-celebrated by Father Prosper Lindauer, O.S.B., and Father Conrad Louis. Guest speakers spoke about South Africa, Germany, Ireland, Italy and South America. Four students at the academy who are native Americans spoke about the Choctaw Indian Reser- vation in Mississippi. Karin Umemura, Rita Ghandy, Thomasin Foshay and Roberta Webh described life in Japan, In- dia, England and Alaska. Top speller Kevin Melchoir was the winner of the spelling bee at Flaget School, Vincennes. Runner-up Was Nicole Matick. Youth of the Month Rosemary Walker, a student at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdi- nand, has been named the Southeast Dubois County Op- timist Club Youth of the Month for February. Second place Heather Kleinschmidt, a sixth grader at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, won se- cond place in the Evansville Courier Company s Newspaper in Education vriting contest. Banner Jenna Martin and Mandy Nee, eighth graders at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, created their school's banner for the April 27 "Celebrating the Tradition" at Roberts Stadium. Arbor Day contest Adam Hubert, a first grader at Christ the King School, Evansville, is one of six winners in the WEVV Arbor Day contest. Candy Brownlee, a teacher at Christ the King, assisted Adam with his project. Science Fair at St. Joseph's Winners of the Science Fair at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County include: First grade -- Joseph DeWitt, first; Debbie Wade, second; Zachary Fehrenbacher, third; Brad Elpers, honorable mention. Second grade -- Tim Hertel, first; LeAndra Koch, second; Ben Smyth, third; Adam Raben and Ryan King, honorable mention. Third grade -- Daniel Werner, first; Roxanne Helmer, second; Michael DeWitt, third; Sally Gries and Brad Angermeier, honorable mention. Fourth grade: Jennie Feulner, first; Jamie Gries, second; Nikki Kempf, third; Chad Schenk, honorable mention. Fifth grade: Nicholas Helmer, first; Jason Gries, second; Kris Kleinschmidt, third; Andrew Reckelhoff, honorable mention. Sixth grade: Aaron Inken- brandt, first; Scott Tindle, se- cond; Jill Wempe, third; John Hutchison, honorable mention. Seventh grade: Angela Hart- mann, first; Eric Waninger, se- cond; Chris Fenwick, third; Kathleen Hartmann, honorable mention. Eighth grade: Brad Raben, first; Tresa Fehrenbacher, se- cond; Jodie Schlichting, third; Matt Weber, Mark Hertel, Matt Bishop and Matt Koch, honorable mention. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK 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. CHURCH WINDOW RESTORATION & STORM GLASS WINDOWS AND TIFFANY-STYLE SHADES . DESIGNED, FABRICATED & REPAIRED o taineb Qias pecxatties, cn,. 122o AVENUE., EVANSWLLS, 477000 TIMOTI-4v  r .... ..... -oSEL PRESIDENT PHONE: 425-8658 AREA CODE: 812 ( RADISSON INN 7101 U.S. 41 North Evansville, Indiana Offers the "RETREAT" Special 1 night, (Fri./Sat.) - $55 double occupancy 2 nights, (Fri. and Sat.) - $100, double occupancy Plus state and local taxes Present this coupon on checking. Reservations .made in advance. Based on availability,. i i i!! iii: i i i00iii!00iii ii ! !i iiiii00i00i!;!00 Principals" meeting Balloons decorated the March meeting of the diocesan principals; the balloons were a reminder of the upcoming April 27 Celebration at Roberts Stadium. The principals were, from right, Charlotte Bennett, St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh; Anna Bruggenschraidt, Sts. Peter and Paul School, Hanbstadt; Scott Whitehouse, Corpus Christi School, Evansville; Sister Marilyn Schroering O.S.B., Holy Family School, Jasper; David Ulrich, Rivet High School, Vincennes; Janet Greer, Good Shepherd School, Evansville; Sister Beata Mehling, O.S.B., Marian Day SchOol, Evansville, and Sister Bernadine Nash, O.S.U., St. Philip School, St. Philip. -- Message Photo by Mary T. Ellert National Honor Society Sixteen students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand have joined the school's National Honor Society. Members of the group are, seated, Alice Homokla, president; Allison Render, vice- president; Olivia DeAnda, secretary; Arlene Lau, treasurer; standing, Kristi Pnacek, Christine Machicao, Iji Asfaw, Rosemary Walker, Thomasin Foshay, Rory Gillingham, Alicia Scott, Saluja Varghese, Chancy Sweeden, Karen Kieffer, Atsuko Takemoto, Hitomi Okumura, Zuleika Aizpurua, Bridget Graham, Jennifer Ellison, Karin Umemura, Colleen Doherty, Kimberly Hewitt, Alesia Hsiao, Tracey Bell, Kristin Gruber, Clare Cooke, Katrina Acosta, Bernadette Dizen and Melinda Gillum. People Senate of Women Religious Sister Rose Ann Eaton, S.P., is the new president of the Senate of Women Religious. She was elected at the annual meeting of the senate at the Catholic Center on March 12. Other officers include Sister Jane McConnell, O.S.F., vice- president; Sister Diane Fischer, O.S.B., secretary, and Sister Ruth Ellen Dearie, S.P., treasurer. Sister Lynn Marie Belli, O.S.B., and Sister Bernardine Nash, O.S.U., will both serve as representatives at large. Happy Birthday! Father John Breidenbach of St. John Church, Vincennes, celebrates his birthday March 25. Anniversaries of ordination Father Joseph Erbacher of St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, celebrates the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood March 25. Father James Sauer of St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrates the anniversary of his ordination March 25. Father Kenneth Graehler of St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell, celebrates the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood March 30. Father Leo Kiecel of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Hauhstadt and Blessed Sacrament Church, Oakland City, celebrates the an- niversary of his ordination to the priesthood March 30. Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, chancellor of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates the an- niversary of his ordination to the priesthood March 30. Msgr. Charles Koch, judicial vicar of the Tribunal Office of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood March 30. Father Earl Rohleder of St. An- thony Church, Evansville, celebrates the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood March 30. Scouting award Andrea Ebert has received the Silver Award, the second highest honor in Girl Scouts. She is a member of St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand.