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2, 1993 The Message Monthly -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 9 cation program with a focus on promoting global awareness and preparing out young women 'for leadership roles in society," Sis- ter Uebelhor said. Her new job will involve leading tim acad- emy, spiritually, financially and educationally, in ensuring its mission and philosophy are car- ried out. Creating the position of acad- emy president is part of an ad- ministrative restructuring plan; a searctl for an academy principal in now underway. ' CHERYL UEBELHOR Nominees at President appointed Christ the King -dictine Sister Mary has been named post of pres- Heights Acad- rdinand. Benedictine Dominic Frederick erred as principal at the the past 26 years. the school continuing to strong innovative edu- Jennifer Greubel, Peggy Schurtz and Theresa Townes, all teachers at Christ the King School, Evansville, have been nominated for the Outstanding Educators Award, which is spon- sored jointly by the University of Evansville and Mead Johnson Nutritional Group. Helene Hunter, Christ the King principal, has also been nomi- Bi,hop Gettelfinger birthday A. Gettelfinger, hop of the Diocese of e, was ordained a 11, 1989. Birthday! ' nton Hirsch. a rest- Maria, Evansville, birthday April 5. ichard I/ildeman, !oseph Church, ty, celebrates April 7. DT Bonded Insured Industrial Commercial and Residential P O Box 405 stadt, IN 47639 Father Clemens Hut of Mesa, Ar,, celebrates his birthday April 9. Anniversaries of ordination Father John Lefler, a member of the Clergy Assistance Pool, " was ordained a priest April 6, 1957. Father Joseph Ziliak, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church of Newburgh, was ordained a priest April 7. 1962. Incoming president Trish Delaney will serve as the new president of the Ladies Club at St. Simon Church, Washington. MILLER & MILLER 424-9274 -LUMBING SERVICE 'AL COMMERCIAL ==Y. EE ESTIMATES ,a eNNUI, PLUMBING)CO. Sales & Service "IV & 2-Way FM " OVERNOR AT CANAL 1916 W. FRANKLIN STREET ._ Ph. 424-2441 PHONE (S 12) 423-7849 r C'rpet Cleaning Herman Goebel !Er.._ Motor Co. . ttv[cF MACTKi NEW OR USED CARS Fo-,- -.-, &-14 i111 Whemlhebe=tclelsaremde Pree Estimates Trade up o lown ! !i 428-0900 I n i,n I [ : "vansville Wet Heat ! M&S ! & Piping Co Inc. , Fire & Safety I N&-U*eclBotlers, Furn-e,, J Equip. Co. Inc. I I, *=' .,ao..,.nT I o., s.,. =, .. I :=*'- -" " 800" - I servme in the Tri.$tate If ] .. . umgon 670 E. Franklin 424-3fl63 nated for the award. Honor Society The Maria Immaculate chapter of the National Honor Society at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdi- nand, has inducted 13 new members. They are Carla Beck- man, Gwynne Cameron, Marhel Sin Yi Chau, Viola Coulter, Kim Ebert, Kim Harris, Amy Her- mann, Joy Jackson, Katzuko Ki- tamura, Danielly Malagon, Maria Sewell, Angola Stone and Aria Isabel Trevino, Qualifying for State Four members of the speech team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, have qualified for state competition in Indianapo- lis. They are Tony Fehrenbacher, Rick Stephens, Dawn Baumgart and Brett Reidford. Vivian Care has qualified as first alternate and Bernie Schmitt has qualified as second alternate. Leadership seminar Emily Liffick, a student at Mater Dei ttigh School, Evans- ville, has been selected to attend the Hugh O'Brian Youth Founda- tion Leadership Seminar in Indi- anapolis in June. She is the daughter of Dr. Tom and Bar- bara Liffick. Superior rating Nathan Redman, a student at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, earned a superior rating in the National Piano Guild Auditions. Contest, winners Sarah Cox and Bobby Conzel- man, students at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, are first and second place winners in the poster contest sponsored by the Evansville area dental profes- sions. Geography Bee Chris Droste, a student at St. James School, St. James, is the winner of the annual geography bee. Helping out at Resurrection Students in grades five through eight at Resurrection School, Evansville, participated in the Easter Seals Basketball Shoot-Out. They collected $565 for Easter Seals. The top two collectors were Kyle Babcock, $119, and April Smith, 575. Resurrection students in grades kindergarten through eight also participated in the St. Jude Math-a-then, collecting $895.34. Matthew Pfister col- lected $52.80. 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. Father Paul Roos and members of the parish council and building committee gather around the cake at a reception following an open house at the newly renovated St, Martin Charch, Chrisney, on March 21. They are, kneeling at left, Neal Wirthwein and Mike Porter; knaeling at right, Devonna James and Sidney James; standing, from left, Nora Weber, Tom Brinksneader, Carol Smith, Jim Buxton, Jim Meyer. Marcene Meyer, Father Paul Roos, Janet Arnold, David Koenig, Eleanor Harpenau and Don Harpenau. The parish recently completed almost $200,000 worth of work on the church building. Message photo by Michael Woolsey Members and friends of St. Martin Church, Chrisney, cel- ebrated the renovation of the parish church with an open house and reception on March 21. The brick church building was renovated at a total cost the benefaotors and ffienck :of St, Martin Church ..... "We cannot forget the con- tribution which those who; ' went before us have given to, St. Martin's Church,, said Fa- ther Roos. "'Nor can we ne- glect to express our apprecia- tion to the loyal mad devoted members of our parish who make St. Martin's not just a building hut a Parish Fam- ily." The buildingda back to 1898. Renovation work in -;, volved ' dating mechanical St. Martin Church, Chrisney, celebrates renovation: of $196,201.85, according to a report to the parish by the pastor, Father Paul Roos. The parish acknowledged the contribtitions'of Wayne E. Seufert and Associates of Fer- dinand, Braden Construction Company of Rockport, and II I IIII Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel . Supports the Knights of Columbus M,,,,.,, s, ste,; :;w intorior paint-  IlVl i:) ir'io ing will ncilml r d Bernie Mlll.r * G.rald Miller carpeting. In wink ;*pate- ...... -- -- -" ........... "'" from the renovation project, Jon Miller, Greg Betz o Darren Sroufe ho.ch, a.d,omo interior. , ,  , , .,shi.  .s,