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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana School senior Elizabeth Elliott presents an 50 years at Holy Family Joe Rohleder and Jane Schroeder are serving as co-chairpersons for the upcoming fiftieth anniver- sary celebration at Holy Family Church, Jasper. Happy Birthday! Father Robert Bultman, pastor of St. Peter Celestine Church, Celestine, celebrates his birthday April 21. Anniversary of ordination Father Robert Nemergut, chaplain at Wabash Valley Correctional Facility, was ordained a priest April 22, 1977. He resides at Sacred Heart rector),, Vincennes. On sabbatical Benedictine Sister Mary Louise Uebelhor, musical director at St. Clement Church, Boonville, has requested a year's sabbatical for full-time parish music ministry. She will continue her work at St. Henry Church, St. Henry. 50 years Congratulations to Jim and Margaret Morris, parishioners ,at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, as they celebrate their gold- en wedding anniversary. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Vander- burgh County, who are celebrating April wedding anniver- saries: Leroy and Rose Weiss, 50 years; Robert and Nancy Angermeier, 42 years; Donatious and Darlene Baumgart, 48 years; Earl and Millie Hoefling, 54 years; Urban and Betty Will, 52 years. Please send information for AROUND TIlE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The e-mail address is message@evans- Subject: Around the Diocese. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. , tt, an eighth grader at St. The :sa Schmitt won the award for the winning during the 1998 Snowflake retreat. n us for Professional edical care, time of the : d00yor00ght 47501 (812) 254-2760 Eighth graders at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, hold their "Ready-or-Not Tots." ral Associate ony Church, Evansville as part of a Pastoral Team Bachelor of Arts degree desired TO: Search Committee St. Anthony Avenue Evansville, Indiana 47710 e: (812) 423-5209 Fax: (812) 424-5498 ic Pilgrimages; "-- 9 days  8/29/98 - 9/7  $1,798.00 days  11/20/98 - 11/29  $2,168.00 Late Nov. 1999  $2,400.00 Cruise & 1 day in Rome (Cost approx.) Frontier, (a Catholic travel agency). Kuykendall, Chaplain. All Trips include round St. Louis or Chicago; first class hotels; double Ipancy; 2 to 3 meals a day; deluxe motor coach; Mass & prayer; For information contact Golden 18) 234-1445 or Ft. Henry (812} 476-7186. Ready-or-Not Tots i .........   ....... Holy Week Mary Traylor, assistant principal at Mater Dei High School, Evans- ville, cdebratt her birthd@r April 26. SL Jude Third and fourth graders at St. Benedict School, Evansville, have raised $2,739.41 in the St. Jude Math-a-thon. SIAC Curtis VanNes Greg Sdlae{er, ......... Matt Walker, Chad Martin, Dan Jankowski, Brandon Boots, Tony Unfried and Jeremy Herrmann have been named to the S1AC All- Conference wrestling team. They are students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. John DeHaven and Matt Michel, students at Memorial High School, During Holy Week, students at Holy Family School, Jasper, attended Stations of the Cross, and then each homeroom wrote their own stations. Each student has been given a "What Would Jesus Do" bracelet, and during ttolv Week, they were asked to answer the question, "How did the WWJD bracelet help unchain your heart this Lent?' WEST CHAPEL 3033 W. MARYLAND ST. Locations Eighth graders at St. Joseph Scho__ ol, Vanderburgh County, got a dose of reality recently. As part of the "Ready-or-Not Tots" program, they were each given life-like plastic battery-oper- ated dolls. Each doll was pro- grammed to cry at random times to indicate hunger, a need for a diaper change or attention. To get the dolls to stop crying, the students had to determine why the doll was crying. They were given plastic keys which were inserted into the dolls' backs. The keys wer tagged' attention, 'diaper change, "feed," "burp," and "panic." After three days  and nights with the babies, the students com- mented: I hated it. I think these things are e!ght pounds of whining rub- ber. Chris Collins I am thanking God it is over, because it was such a big hassle at night. Kerri Crowdus I hated my baby during the night, but I loved my baby in the day. I've gotten attached to my baby. I don't want to give it back. Anna Ruminer I think it was fun, but at night I hated it because it woke me up and I didn't get any sleep. The experience made me feel sort of how a real parent feels. Jacob Appler I enjoyed them for a while, but I couldn't stand getting up at night. I wouldn't mind having them dur- ' g ing the da],; but I can t  rand it al What Would Jesus Do All students at Precious Blood School, Jasper, have received a WWJD (What Would Jesus Do) bracelet, according to Ron Pittman, principal. Happy Birthday Benedictine Sister Christine Kempf, principal at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, celebrates her birthday April 24. Marie Brandle, principal at St. Theresa School, Evansville, and Assistant Director of Schools, cele- brates her birthday April 25. Evansville, have also been named to the SIAC All-Conference wrttling team. ii, ,i Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. Cl00amps The seventh and eighth grade girls basketball team at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, has won the din title and the Memorial feeder league title. Players, coach- i es and managers include, front row, Beverly Helm, Ashley Wannemuehler, Kara Rasche, Amanda Schaun Clint Dow' ell, manager, Drew Heilm manager, back row, Mark Schaefer, coach, Anda Schaefer, jessi Dowell, Megan Riepenhoff, AmandaHeilman and Joe Riepenhoff , coach.