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998 7 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana .=nt to the Janice t at Good Shep- for 33 years at Good before her death in Febru- y who loved life fullest; loving God ole strength, and Benedictine Sister will benefit the multi- Shepherd. ,! pastor of Holy lie, celebrates his a retired priest of e, celebrates his Fie resides at Villa Maria, [le IN 47714. Graehler, pastor of St. St. Joan of Arc was ordained a priest iesel, astor of St. John ' adminis- Church, Shoals, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Msgr. Kenneth Knapp, vicar-general of the Diocese of Evansville, pastor of Christ the King Church, Evansville, and temporary administrator at Holy Trinity Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Msgr. Charles Koch,'judicial vicar of the Diocesan Tribunal, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. He resides at 3115 Bayard Park Drive, Evansville IN 47714. Father Bernard Lutz, pastor of Holy Cross Church, Fort Branch, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Father Earl Rohleder, pastor at Holy Angels Church, New Harmony, was ordained a priest March 30, 1963. Benedictine Father Plus Klein, pastor of St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, was ordained a priest March 31, 1974. Father William Schwenk, pastor of St. Boniface Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest April 3, 1960. Father James Endress, Defender of the Bond and Promoter of Justice for the Dioce- san Tribunal, was ordained a priest April 3, 1960. He resides at 600 Cullen Avenue, Apt. 510, Evansville IN 47715. Father Firmus Dick, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Schnellville, was ordained a priest April 4, 1954. All-American Ei]een Weber, a basketball player at the University of Southern Indiana, has been named to the Kodak Division II All-America first team. She was also named PlaYer of the Year in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. team at St. Theresa School, Won the Evansville sixth grade champ- Cheerleaders are Paige Feller, Sarah Hayden, Sarah Wilkinson and Holly front row, Chris Raley, Clark Con- Drew Wilson, second row, Chris miel Lappe, Brian Ulrich, Joe Heath- rry McDonald, Bob Ulrich and Dan He reminded the parents that "during the early years in the Unit-. ed States, children had to be inven- tive and entertain themselves." Bowl-a-thon The Christian Family Movement at Resurrection Church, Evansville, spon- sors a Bowl-a-thou with all proceeds going to the Ozanam Family Shelter. The group collected loose change during weekend Masses, and obtained bowling sponsors. Fourteen families participated, and collected $1,156. She is a graduate of Washington Catholic High School, Washington. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The * Children spent time flying kites. , Hopscotch, jumping rope, and pitching horseshoes were favorite games. Imaginations were used to invent games and activities. "The next time 'televisionitis' strikes your child, remind him/her that there are other alternatives, and insist that your child use some imag- ination and creativity!" On leave Kim Marx will be teaching the kindergarten at St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, while Diana Carithers is on leave. Media Fair Brad Scheu, Mark Murray, Megan Hermann and Katy Fischer are first place winners in the Media Fair at Holy Rosary School, Evans- ville. They will advance to state com- petition in Indianapolis in April. Science Fair Adam Roos and Jonathon Thor- pe are first place winners in the Sci- ence Fair at St. Bernard School, Rockport. High-Lights Tri-State journalism awards were have 'televisioni- In the early 1800s, given to the following Mater Dei Children rolled hoops that came High School students for their or hear- from shipping barrels, work on the student newspaper home? , Children went fishing. High'Lights. " i they can t Lucky little girls had dolls to * Kelly Martin, first, best editorial; play with Matt Riordan, Seth Weber, first, z. Sheet Metal inc00, Vanderburgh Co. Ustrial & Commercial Hoating & Cooling .-- _.To.Life stallation Sales & Service Right a-"22-9242 1 474-?-3195 1,5 S. Thint Av,mue. Evansville Evansville, Indiana 1 u I " Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The e-mail address is message@evans- ville.neL Subject: Around the Diocese. The deadlin for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. best editorial cartoo Please send intormation Kerri Vowels, first, best news -SCHOOL no'rEnK!ltto i photo; Ann Hues, e Messe, i Lori Goedde, first, best page design; Jennifer Barnes, second, best sports stories; Dan Werner, third, best feature photo. Box4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The e-mail address is message@evans- ville.net. Subject: SCHOOL NOTE- BOOK. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Taking up their cross [ Third graders in Becky Rexing s class at St. lames Schoo!i [ Haubstadt, have made crosses, using sticks and yarn, which [ they carry everywhere they go. They carry them to iunch, ! to other classes, "even to the pencil sharpener. The  ] are a symbol of the burden jesus carried when He took up i[ His cross. Above, are front row, lenna Adler, Emily Huff, [ Chase Holzmeye second row, S:rah Yingling, McKenzie [ Williams, third row, Emilee P:titjean, Lee Rexing and [ Megan Ziliak. " | /