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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 at Council at Holy Jasper, has of a Director Education for the The DRE vill be responsible for all out-of-school religious education in the parish, including grade school and high school religious education, Sun- day School for pre-schoolers, adult religious education, the SPRED program and RCIA. The DRE Formation Commit- tee consisted of Bernie Heeke, Joan Kavanaugh, principal at Holy Family School, Julie Giesler and John Schroering. Happy Birthday! Father Michael Madden, pastor of St. James Church, St. James, celebrates his birth- day April 1. Carol LaGrange's class at Washington Catholic Elementary School cabins out of newspapers. Above are Tony Grave, Tommy Tucker, Chris Allison and Theresa O'Brian. -- Message photo by Paul Newland a's resigns board at St. Evansville, sgnation of Theresa's Gary De- president. will be effec- school year. character a attitude and luck," noted for her We will ge Students Gymna. m Osnabrueck, three and Mater m EVansville. students atholic h'igh , of students Mater Dei for a simi- the leader- Memorial Academic ington Wash. cea Aus. ng, Nate Bowling, Jonathan Bowling, Economics Rachel Bradley, Adam Car- rico, Angle Daily, Julie Day- ton, dessica Decker, Sarah s00ea00er- " Hopkins, Beth Larkin, Amy Dr. Greg Valentine, a USI Mischler, Brian Mullen, business instructor, spoke to sev- Nikki Olsen, Delana Overton, Beth Sheley, Brandi Stall- enth and eighth graders at St. man, Shaun Sullivan, Jill Wendel School, St. Wendel on Wagner, Eileen Weber, Jen- economics and the stock market. nifer Wichman and Rachel Wilson. All-State Band Mater Ders Paul Morrison and Jamie Jones, students at Memorial High School, Evansville, were spew,,----' team selected for the All-State Band. places second Orator Members of the speech team at Mater Dei High School, Jamie Cutrell, a fifth grader Evansville, placed second at at St. Joseph School, Vander- sectional competition; 29 stu- burgh County, recently corn- dents qualified for regionals, pleted in the Optimist Club's or- Qualifying students include: atorical contest. Dawn Baumgart, first; Chris Spahn, Kellie Scott, second; Tom dankowski, Leigh Science Fair Ritchie, Kellie Scott, third; Heather Kleinschmidt, Melis. meter, Endly LLffick, at St. Joseph Jennifer Riehardt, fourth; Winners of the Science Fair at Tony Fehrenbaeher, Rick Stephen=, Bernie Schmitt, St. Joseph School, Vander- Theresa Webster, Leigh burgh County, include: Ritchie, Ann Weber, fifth; Grade eight -- Dan Werner, Aaron Couture, Kim Eichoff, first; Roxie Helmer, second; Lynn Batema, sixth; Craig Michael DeWltt, third; Fehrenbacher, Jan Bickett, Grade seven -- Tim Hertel, seventh; Amy Bradley, eighth; first; LeAndra Koch, second; Alex Zenthoefer, Nichole NickGries, third; Dressel, Stephen Schaefer, Grade six -- Mitch Happe, Peter Stolz, Jennifer first; Jill Sehlichting, second; Richardt, Niki Hemmer, ninth. Lynn Batema and Men- .Shay Grasso, third. ica W, eber are alternates. See SCHOOL page 15 Anniversaries of ordination Father Kenneth Graehler, pastor of St. Mary Church, Sullivan, and St. Joan of Arc Church, Jasonville, was or- dained a priest March 30, 1963. Father Leo Kiesel. pastor of St. John Church, Loogootee, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, vicar-general of the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Bramble. Lynda Stoll is vice- president, Shelly Beckman is secretary, and Dottle Potts is treasurer. Father Albertus Lutterbach is advisor. Golden jubilee Providence Sister Ruth Eileen Dwyer recently cele- brated her golden jubilee as a Sister of Providence. "[ celebrate my life with thanksgiving and love," she said. "My years as a Sister of Provi- dence, all 50 of them, bare been Msgr. Charles Koch, judicial .... gifts of gold; revelations :of the:: vicar of the Diocesan Tribunal, mystery of God inthe ple and was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Father Bernard Lutz, pastor of Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Father Earl Rohleder, pas- tor of St. John Church, Evans- ville, and a member of the Urban Ministry Team in Evans- ville, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Benedictine Father Plus Klein, pastor of St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, was or- dained a priest March 31, 1974. Father William Schwenk, pastor of St"Boniface Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest April 3, 1960. Father James Endrcss, De- fender of the Bond and Promoter of Justice for the Diocesan Tri- bunal, was ordained a priest April 3, 1960. Firefighter of the Year Jesse Storey has been" named "Firefighter of the Year" by the Green River Kiwanis Club. He is a member of Sacred Heart Church, Evansville. Golden jubilarians Cong*atulations to Ralph and Mary Guetling, members of Sacred Heart Church, Evans vile, as they celebrate their golden wedding anniver- sary. Officers in Bramble Chris Peter is president of the Altar Society and Christian Mothers at St. Joseph Church, activities which energize me, in the prayer which sustains me, and the challenge of living in Providence where hope lights the way to the future." Sister Dwyer's career started by teaching 15 years in elemen- tary schools and serving as prin- cipal for six years before return- ing to St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. Between 1981 and 1986, she served as a general officer of the Sisters of Providence congrega- tion which teaching part-time at St. Mary-of-the-Woods College. Anniversaries at Holy Family, Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Leo and Helen Merkley. 46 years; Tom and Betty Lechner, 41 years; Paul and Rosa Lee Wigand. 41 years; Albert and Alma White, 60 years; Linus and Edna Knebel, 46 years; Otto and Clara Englcrt, 55 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 477B4. The deadline for copy is9 a.m. the Friday before publication. ..... L P  Administrator rairle Village