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April 5, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese 7 St. Philip's Science Fair Students in grades fifth , hlt I1S e;lhi p a Ip a rSt'i p P ehff ii P a Science Fair under the direction of Donna Folz. Winners included: Eighth grade -- Kim Wildeman, first; Michelle liirsch, second; Renee Sitzman and Mandy Weis, third; Seventh, grade -- Jeff Fischer and Troy Blazier, first; Shannon a McNally and Julie Schapker, se- Cond; Adam Bigge and Peter Stoltz, third; " Sixth grade -- Melissa Fehren- hacher, first; Alisha Goedde and Libby Schenk, second; Shanna I'Iinderliter and Stefanie Goedde, third; Fifth grade -- Ryan McNally, first; Mark Wildeman and Charlie Seifert, second; Adam .ierce, third. Memorial's chemistry teams The advanced chemistry team of Nick Knowlton, Liz Vinson and Matt Leingang placed first in an invitational chemistry com- Petition at USI. Leingang's score qualified him to compete in the National Chemistry Competition. They are students at Memorial ltigh School, Evansville. The first-year chemistry team of Matt Oak, Todd Becker and James Warner placed second in their level. Oak finished third overall. . All-day kindergarten in Mount Vernon The Education Commission at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non, has recommended tile establishment of an all-day kindergarten program for the 1991-92 school year. The pro- grain will be limited to 25 students. Rockport collection Students at St. Bernard School, Rockport, collected $145 for the Eastern churches during Lent. Corus Christi's spellers Fourth grader Cale Schnaus participated in a student spelling bee sponsored by Washington Square Mall and World Book En- cyclopedia, He received first in his age group. He attends Corpus Christi School, Evansville. Careers Seventh graders in health class at Westside Catholic Con- solidated Junior High School, Evansville, heard professional health care workers discuss their careers. Sharing time and infor- mation with the WCCS students were Phyllis Fenneman, Linda Koressel and Mary Ann Dick. Please patr6nize Message advertisers! "Funeral Pre-Planning Since 1940" Miller & Miller 424-9274 T Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Donald J. Trayl0r President Phone:486-3285 Donna Folz, science teacher at St. Philip School, St. Philip, looks at a Science Fair project with Melissa Fehrenbacher. Bishop Gettelfinger celebrates anniversary Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger, fourth bishop of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his an- niversary of ordination as a bishop on April 11. He was ordained a bishop and installed April 11, 1989, at St. Benedict Church, Evansville. Bishop Gettelfinger was or- dained a priest on May 7, 1961 at St. Meinrad Seminary. Happy Birthday! Father Clemens Hut of 1711 E. Grandview, Mesa, Ar., celebrates his birthday April 9. Confirmation retreat Father Bob Temme, Father Joseph Swartz, Dan Hayden, Jack Goossens, Mark McDonald, Paul Bucldey and Judy Buckley worked on the confirmation retreat at St. Matthew Church, Mount Vernon. High school students who participated in the retreat were Melissa Ritzert, Eric Pre-planning ..... Because you care Jeal B owmng-Hestel FUNERAL DIRECIOR lDautahtert Charles H Bmwmng FUNERAL OIRECTOR (Father) 425-2896 Paul, Kristi Hayden, Rachel Ritzert and Karra McDonald. FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. FiT. 1 ST. ANTHONY Main Street Pharmacy 217 E. Main St.- Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 - ........................ f ,, .:.  ,_,.._:. LI!.. -:, ,!,, Four ZIEMER'SHEARS Convenient Locations rAsr CHAPEL 800 S. HEBRON AVE. Academic "scholarship Annette Durcholz, a parishoner at St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, has been awarded an academic scholar- ship to Marian College. St. Joseph anniversaries Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Virginia and John Fields, 51 years; Jim and Margaret Mor- ris, 43 years. Please send information for PEOPLE 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. "..we have treated them as God's children andnotMng less!" The following is a letter written to Father Leo Kiesel, pastor at St. John Church, Loogootee, from Todd Bowman who was stationed in Saudi Arabia. The letter was dated Feb. 28. Father Leo, Hello Father. I wanted to write a couple of lines to thank you and the people at St. John's for the cards and prayers. My mother always tells me, ",If you don't have the Lord in your life then what do you have?" Well, I think she is right. People turn especially to God in times of crisis. I pray every, night that the war will be over soon. As it turns out, it seems that the war is coming to an end. The prisoners of war that I have guarded seem really sad. They have been told all along that the Americans would kill and torture them. Father, we have treated them as God's children and nothing less! They didn't want to go to war. They were sent by an unjust ruler. Pray for them too, Father, and their families. Please let the people at St. John's know that their prayers help a lot. God bless all of you! Todd Bowman BLOCK - CRUSH - CUBE WHOLESALE & RETAIL Ph. (812) 425-8191 GEORGE MOLL, Owner CONSTRUCTION Co. Inc. MARK NAAB 203 Moran Dr. \\; inccnncs, 1N 475!11