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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 st School in Vin- top divisional sh Valley's ntest at Rose-Hul- of Technology. eligible for S. first time Rivet in the contest, levels in six biology, chem- fundamentals, ics and is sponsored Tech- (JETS) and Rose- first year is a for the team," said director contest. test and pays off in Rivet team in- her, Daniel ara and Ray Shannon COach. coordinator Evans- er birthday Day , students at lic Consoli- cel- Day. bought 0 cents each in chains. They ,300 which was Lraerican Red Hospital, Paul and the t Group being Shepherd under the Ted Tern. Pdople who (spouse, through will be May 5. Is to be very A burden load! Grief to share it. enables and to find with new r loved one them." Schroeder, Church, ordained a Trayior, of Mercy, Uni- was 30, 1976. Warren r of St. Ozanam Family Shelter during Charity Chain Day. Mater Dei's May Court Sarah Adler, Keli Crowdus, Natalie Folz, Michele Mau- rer, Trisha Feldhaus, Jody Bartlett, Diane Dipple, Alicia Hell, Erin Carter and Kristina Kite have been elected to the May Court at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Playground revitalization St. Wendel School in St. Wendel has received a $1,500 grant from Youth Resources which will be used for play- ground revitalization, according to Ann Friedman, principal. Students of the Quarter Jennifer Wichman, Delana Overton, Rachel Bradley, Rachael Reister, Mike Strange, Janara Scott, Clin- ton Goodwin, Jessica Decker, Adam Carrico, Abby Durnil, Craig McLin, Andrea Fyffe, Nate Bowling, Eileen Weber, Sarah Sandberg and Shaun Sullivan have been named Stu- dents of the Quarter at Wash- ington Catholic High School, Washington. Presidential Fitness Awards Paul Banks, Brian Banks, Chris Meyers, Jacob May, Dustin Strosnider, Brian Stinchfield, Brent May, John Chrysostom Church, New Boston, was ordained a priest May 1, 1966. Adam Cox, Derek McCain, Ben Wilson, Don Mattingly, Craig Charles, Josh Decker, Merry Portee, David Corn, Trey Graham and Michael Dwyer have received the Presi- dential Fitness Award. They are students at Wash- ington Catholic Middle School, Washington. Holy Rosary's Science Fair Winners of the Science Fair at Holy Rosary School, Evans- ville, include the following stu- dents. Eighth graders: Chris Ben- nett, first; Jauhna Carter, sec- ond; Clint Memmer, third. Seventh graders: Sarah Fichter, Meghan Bray, Chris Young, Justin Groenert, first; Doug Wagner, Siobhan Mac- Cauley, Katie Ford, second; Anne Ripperger, Emily Mark- well, Joi McQueen, Heather Coon, third. Sixth graders: Evan Crowley, first; Todd Kollker, Luke Whetstine, second; Eric Rang, third. Fifth graders: Christie En- zler, first; Kati Bennett, sec- ond; Jace Carter, Michael Polin, third. Poets Four eighth graders at Good Shepherd School, Evansville will have their poems published {n the 1994 edition of the Anthol- ogy of Poetry by Young Ameri- cans. Jason Herr, Jerad Mos- bey, Jamie Scheller and Corey Smith had their poems submitted by their language arts teacher, Patricia Herrin, to the national contest. The winner is... Sarah May, a fifth grader at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, has won the Opera- tion City Beautiful Bulletin Board contest. Math-a-then Students at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, have raised $2,117.36 in a Math-a- then; the money has been sent to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. State finals Leigh Ritchie and Tony Fehrenbacher, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, placed ninth at the speech team finals in Indianapo- lis. Aaron Couture placed four- teenth. Odyssey of the Mind Jessica Peter, Justin La- Grange, Emilie Campbell, Jase Aders, Chris Healy, Jackie Schwenk and John David Paar participated in Odyssey of the Mind regional competition. They are students at Pre- cious Blood School, Jasper. See SCHOOL page I1 t# 4 A work of art First graders at Christ the King School, Evansville, have completed artwork for, a quilt that their teacher, Kathy Schapker, hopes will stay with them throughout their grade school years. After the students designed individual squares, Marian Witting hand-quilted the squares to- gether. Above, Mrs. Witting, John Schutzius and Nicole Kaufman admire their quilt. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville,celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Ray and Camilla Dick, 47 years; Isaac and Ruth Miller, 47 years; Paul and Alice Condi, 43 years; Rollie and Irene Lampkins, 50 years; Bill and Mary Murphy, 41 years. Luncheon committee Lorraine Goulet, Betty Hat- field, Gayle Hartman and Rita Kaiser are members of the Funeral Luncheon Committee at St. Benedict Church, Evans- ville. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Sex 400.;-Cooking class Evansville, IN 47724. The - deadline for copy is Joanie Bauer helps home economics students at Resurrection,School, , make 9 a,m. the FHday before -hot rolls. The student are Meaghan Topper, Mindy 8chenk, Megan Baumgrt and publication. Matthew Riordan. - .........  ................... . i