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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana ! otebook d annual Evansville uncil, Christ teacher Patty honored as the of the Year for spirit ders in Vickie class at Rcs- Evansville, to show their a recent ]es- Here is a sam- Work: rcz Extraordinary Catholic Thankful Important Out of the World! Number One! Michael Fischer Really cool! Excellent! Super special! UnbelievableY Really important! Really really awesome! Extremely exciting! Cool, really cool! Tcrrifie ! Incredible! Out of this world! ..Number one/ Claire Wezet Henny Penny Students in 21 Catholic schools throughout the Diocese of Evansville have collected $20,217.63 in the 1995-96 Henny Science teacher at Resurrection examines Science Fair projects rs Matt Goans and Keith the Diocese Penny Campaign, according to Tracey Unfried, Good Shep- herd School teacher. Ambassador Brian Vaal, an eighth grader at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, has been chosen to go to Great Britain as a representa- tive of the People to People Stu- dent Ambassador program. The Student Ambassador pro- gram, started by Dwight D. Eisenhower, helps students to learn about different culture. He will spend three weeks studying in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Poets Jill!an Morgan and David Owen, students at Resurrec- tion School, Evansville, are winners in the Arts Council An- nual Poetry Celebration Contest, held in conjunction with the Ohio River Festival for the Arts. Art Council Ashley Alles and Mary Beth Barchet are winners in the 23rd Annual Poetry Celebration Con- test. They are students at West- side Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville. Speech Mater De! High School stu- dent Jennifer Richardt has qualified for speech nationals in North Carolina. Alternates are Alex Zenthoefer, Stephen Schaefer and Sam Stephens are alternates. Art Show Leah Baxter, a student at Memorial High School, ol students in Jasper 24-hour hi@nets at Joseph churches, all they deter- Small fam- on the mini- of limited with or insur- They then see what With limited ered they to lots of cheapest of Very few of '!de@, The presents Kitchen, and the They "agge, OSnan talk Guatemala, an llected $450 Fast-a-thon participants and adult moderators In, eluded front row, Kyle Jahn, Bret Mehrtnger, Na Seng, Kristin Schulte, Molly Grmelspaer, Demse Lechner, second row, Paul Winter, Adam Luebbehusen, Brad Kluesner, Sharon Lore. Ann Lechner, MicheHe Gagne, third row, Richard Kun, which was donated to Ozanam, St. Anthony and Catholic Relief Services. Participants and adult moder- ators included Kyle Jahn, Bret Mehringer, Nathan Seng, Kristin Schuite, Molly Gramelspacher, Denise Lech- ner, Paul Winter, Adam Luebbehusen, Brad Klues- ner, Sharon Lord, Ann Lech- net, Michelle Gagne, Richard Kundel, Joe Schragge, Curt Klein and Derek Koch. Happy Birthday! Father. William Traylor, pastor of Our Lady of Mercy, L : i i Visiting Jonathan Coomes broke his right femur and is in a body cast for several weeks, Above, he visits his classmates at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, after being in the hospital for three weeks, i ! i I IIIII II I IIIIIII III I I Evansville, received Best of Show at the Mater De! and Memorial Art Show. Mater De! students Emily Steinbach and Chadwick Schenk rec6ived second and third place. Heidi Tenbarge, Jason Like and Melissa Epler, all from Mater De!, and Christina Zim- mer, from Memorial, received honorable mention. Published Anthony Quach, Brian Phelps, Carroll Shipman, Maegan Knight, Tristan Davids@n, Kyle Nurrenbern, Zachary Neale, Katie Wass- mer, Amanda doehim and Cori Redding will have their poems published in the 1996 edi- tion of the Antholog) of Poetry by Young Americans. They are students at Holy Spirit School, Evansville. Top designs Alison Presley, a student at St. Benedict School, Evansville, took first place in the Thrifty Nickel Design an Ad contest. Sarah Rietman won second place. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publica- tion. American College Catholic Uni- versity in Leuven, Belgium, cele- brates his birthday May 2. He resides at Avenue Reine Astrid, 64, B-1410 Waterloo, Belgium. Father Theodore Tempel, pastor of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday May 3. St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Charles and Mildred Harris, 51 years; Robert and Jenette Schenk, 40 years; Leo and Betty Mehling, 49 years; Jim and Irene Brown, 54 years; Syl and Loretta Stofleth, 52 years. Anniversaries of ordination Father William Traylor, pastor of Our Lady of Mercy, American College Catholic Uni- versity in Leuven, Belgium, was ordained a priest April 30, 1976. He resides at Avenue Re!he Astrid, 64, B-1410 Waterloo, Bel- giurn. Benedictine Father Warren Heitz, administrator of St. John Chrysostom Church, New Boston. was ordained a priest May 1, 1966. Benedictine Father Gre- gory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 2, 1965. Benedictine Father Ed- ward Lint@n, associate pastor at St. Benedict Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 4, 1991. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at Parish directory Jane Seng and Judy Lam- pert are chairing the parish di- rectory project at Holy Family Church, Jasper. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Linus and Edna Knebel, 48 years; James and Pat Fritch, 44 years; Lawrence and Marie Voegerl, 49 years; Linus and Rosella Lechner, 48 years; Adbert and Magdalena Jahn, 57 years; Linus and Rosemary Wigand, 43 years; Wilfred and Armella Hopfj 50 years; Lintm and Dora Jochum, 60 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication.