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t14,.199S The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ;::!/:iiiii  iii!(i iii ? iii: I  : ": 'i!: i:, Washington the process of according cookbook raised from the sale is earmarked ashing- schools, Fisher alumni, par- nts to t like to alumni, for- include r of the Lailed to: W.C. P.O. Box 920, 47501. Lne for recipes is should ay! eft Bultman," Church, his birth- Nemergut, St. John the Vincennes, a priest April 22, 1977. Youth Minister Matthew Schaefer will be serving as Youth Minister at St. Joseph, St. Mary, St. An- thony and St. John parishes in Evansville. School board Diane Bies, Maureen O'Daniel and Linda Polin are the newest members of the School Board at Holy Rosary School, Evansville. Anniversaries at Sacred Heart Congratulations to couples at Sacred Heart Church, Vin- cennes, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Bob and Edna Bilskie, 53 years; John and Elaine Console, 42 years; John and Mary Phillips, 48 years; Ted and Pauline Catt, 47 years; Fred and Rosemary Chancy, 40 years; Walter and Lora Leinbach, 59 years; Bob and Georgia Swayze, 52 years; George and Rita Yochum, 44 years; Dick and Harriet Sievers, 51 years; Gerhart and Julia Bilskie, 64 years; Frank and Mary Eck, 46 years. In remembrance Members of the Dubois County Teens for Life have spent the last six weeks building 460 wooden crosses which have been placed on the hillside in front of Holy Family Church, Jasper. Each cross represents 10 abortions; together the crosses represent the 4,600 abortions which are performed daily in the United States. The Dubois County Teens for Life, which is only a year old, has 95 members. The crosses will be loaned to other Teens for the Life groups in the area, including the Washington group. -- Message photos by Mike Woolsey 47 years Congratulations to Jim and Margaret Morris, members of St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating their forty- seventh wedding anniversary. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724.. P ,rter, Natalia Elizabeth nnifer Wink, Orial High recently ae Close Up the buildings they often see only on television and then question- ing law- and policy-makers they may only read about," said Steve Janger, president of the Close Up Foundation. "Through the experience, we have found that they return national and community affairs:  Happy Birthday! Benedictine Sister Chris- tine Kempf, principal at St. Matthew School, Mount Ver- non, celebrates her birthday Foundation government studies program in Washington, D.C.. They were accompanied by Del Schiavone, Memorial teacher. "We offer the students the op- portunity to see Washington as a living city by taking them into home w4th an interest in both April 24. MILLER & 'MILLER I  "Where customers send their friends" "A family name you can trust" 1 Open nightly til 9 p.m. 424-9274 I,Tel00lher0000"00 & . ',11, R) 60 OLD US 231 SOUTH - JASPER, IN - 482-2222 l at St. Agnes Gym qll Ge00. TOYOTA , :i $ oCated on 1620 Glendale Ave., Evansville l[ trday April 29th 8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. U Ickets_ MUsic by CJj Entertainments DJ Service : rel.$10 Per person. Snacks, refreshments, door prizes & . bo contest are included in price of ticket, ] or tickets and more information call: ,,I |t 3"4330, (812) 423-7254 or (812) 422-1886 (Ill J SPonsored by St. Agnes Men's Club "  ] Did You Know: 1-ouv-=,o--v,-,- OLDS CIERA is most trouble free car made in America J. D. Powers i tt t I I..,, HAAS & SONS. INC. 'lr .Excavating & Trucking i *Backhoe eDozin9 *Trenching *Stone eGrovel eASldll . e(omplete Septic System & Walel & $ewe lines *Ridentiol and (ommerckll r-f t., '4- ,d r oo*gmlr*'v .*v4or at 867-7789 ,,,3/:'$,;,%a ,,,,. .. w..,,, =-,* . =, .-s,a I I IIII I II JASPER LUMBER CO. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Ph: 482-1125 RT. 4, JASPER v, ..... ,, ';"r PositionAvailable -- Part Time Church Secretary St. John's Catholic Church, a small central city parish in Evansville, is seeking a part time Secretary. Applicant should have secretarial skills {including computer}. Must be bondable. Hours -- average of 25 per week {helpful if candi- date is willing to expand weekly hours}. Starting date -- on or before May 15th.Application deadline -- May 8th. Please write or call: Mrs. Latoski McCarty or Father Earl Rohleder, 617 Bellemeade Ave., Evansville, IN 47713, {822) 424.9261 u ii ii i i i co. , 00lll all00g I1hway 231 South, pe, IN 47546a CONSTRUCTION HARDWARE * HOUSEWARES APPLIANCES 482-6838 (812) 4412-1347 adwrti.00Ina : Alison Presley, a sixth grader at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, won third place in a recent Thrifty Nickel advertising contest. Kendra Brown, Katie Herr, Taryn Austin, Kelly Joergens and Joy Weber also received recognition. Music Notes Jill Bockting, Katie Bohling, Missi Canada, Joce- lyn French, Jessica Giorgio, Betsy Hopkins, Katie Kattmann, Kristina Kolle, Kim Killker, Shannon Kramer, Scott McBride, Colleen McGovern, Ryan Mills, Andy Peter, Reagan Royster, Sarah Scheller, Kara Vozel, Colleen Wenger, Joe Wilder and Aaron Wyatt, choir members at Memorial High School, Evansville, re- ceived first place ratings at the ISSMA state contest. Vocal solo division winners in, cluded Kristina Kolle, first; Kara Vozel, Jamie Scheller and Elizabeth Eiliott, second. Jerad Mosbey and Amanda Wilhite both received first in the piano solo division. i i Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P'O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. , iiiii i i i iii M & Fire & Safety Equip. Co inc. Over 25 years sales and service in the Tfl-state 670 E, Franklin 424-3863 iii  .... iii