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featured :eight Aca- continues to anniversary, back alum- Students on vari- 0ns during Career include Marianne Darroca, Jen- ,Way, Joan Tretter, Julie Buech- naval ser- medicine, ad- journalism, and col- to come the students so student could that her to ex- ad- council. be able to see between her and the wide ers which can be ,! }dd, director at School, CeIebrates her principal at High ?ashington School, cele- 7. at Washing- School and ton }ol pre- Gettelfin- of the Dio- WaS or- 7, 1961. ,! pas- ercy, Ameri- in celebrates his resides at Av- 1410 Water- The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana lira pared fruit baskets on Palm Sunday and delivered them to the sick at St. Simon and St. Mary churches, both in Wash- ington. Illustrator Elizabeth Nimnicht, an eighth grader at St. Benedict School, Evansville, has been selected as an illustration win- ner in the 22nd annual Poetry Celebration Contest, presented by the Arts Council of South- western Indiana and the Ameritech Telephone Pioneers of America. Science and Engineering Six students at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh Coun- ty, entered the Tri-State Re- gional Science and Engineering Fair in Evansville. Seventh grade participants in- cluded Lena Ruminer, Jill Schlichting and Mandy Smith. Lena received an honor- able mention ribbon and a rib- bon from the Evansville Science Teachers Association; Mandy also received a ribbon from the association. Sixth grade participants in- cluded Emily Gries, Daniel Elpers and Jason Kuester. Emily received a ribbon from the Evansville Science Teachers As- sociation. Daniel received a first place ribbon in his division, and a ribbon from the Evansville Sci- ence Teachers Association. Jason received second place in his division, a $200 bond, flight lesson and a ribbon from the as- sociation. Both Daniel and Jason were invited to set up their displays at the Evansville Museum. Hop-N-Ing Students at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, have raised $2,985.21 during a Hop-N-Ing for the Rehabilitation Center. Poetry celebration Eight students at Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville, are win- ners in the 22nd annual Poetry Celebration Contest held in con- junction with the Ohio River Festival for the Arts. They are Andy Barchet, Amy Daniels, Kristen Frazer, Jessica Knight, Kevin Tooke, Maria Canada, Lynsey Hart, Mike Moers and Tracey Ramsbey. First place Alicia Wilderman, a student at St. Wendel School, St. Wen- del, has won first place in the middle school category of the North Civitan Club Essay Con- test. Science Fair Shea Perkins, Rochelle Doo- ley and Trish Meyers have placed second in the Tri-State Re- gional Science Fair in the groups project category and in the the Evansville Teachers Science Asso- ciation. They are students at St. Benedict School, Evansville. Summer music Jay Cartwright, a sopho- more at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, is the re- cipient of an Indiana University Summer Music Scholarship. He will be spending a week studying theory, history, rehearsal and musical performance. Winners Ten students at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, are poetry and illustration winners in the 22nd annual Poetry Celebration Contest sponsored by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. They are Jennifer Higgins, Laura Schroeder, Megan Wil- hite, Mitchell Wolf, Jessica Cameron, Heather DeVault, Evan McGinnis, Scan Fis- cher, Heather Sanders and Amanda McDonald. Wrestling Wrestlers at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, who placed in the diocesan tourney include Joe Hillenbrand, Blake Maurer, Chad Raben, first; Josh Hil- lenbrand, Jacob Martin, Ryan King, Jon Martin, sec- ond; Tim Weber, Ryan Father Theodore Tempel, pastor of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday May 3. Msgr. Roman Vollmer, a re- tired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his birth- day May 6. He resides at Villa Maria, 1640 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Anniversaries of ordination Benedictine Father Warren Heitz, administrator of St. John Chrysostom Church, New Boston, was ordained a priest May 1, 1966. Benedictine Father Gregory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Bene- dict Church, Evansville, was or- dained a priest May 2, 1965. Father Ron Zgunda, pastor of St. Mary Church, Washing- ton, was ordained a priest May 6, 1977. Father Zgunda is on sabbatical at the Institute for Continuing Theological Educa- tion in Rome. Donation Members of the Sixth Dis- trict of Indiana, Ladies Aux- iliary, Knights of St. John, have presented Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfinger with a check for $700.91, as part of their annual support of the Diocesan Semi- narians' Fund. The auxiliary is composed of groups from Haubstadt, St. AUTO RATES INCREASING? TEENAGE DRIVERS? Call us today for discounta Good student discounts Auto/Home discounts Good Driver discounts INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 JAMES A. NIEMBER Mater Dei Class of 9 Wendel, Washington, Vin- cennes and Evansville. New officers Wilma Riedford is the newly-elected president of the Sixth District of Indiana, Ladies Auxiliary, Knights of St. John. Officers also include Martha Glass, past president; Arline Wise, first vice-president; Mary TenBarge, second vice-presi- dent; Anna Lee Mattingly, recording secretary; Betty Ann Seib, financial secretary, and Edna Reisinger, tasurer. Father August Busch is spiritual director. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Julius and Irma Bender, 53 years; Dee and Mary Mattingly, 55 years; David and Elsie Grant, 49 )'ears. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4189, Evansville, IN 47724. The dead- line for copy is 9 a.m. the Fri- day before publication. , . ii , i I i i ii "Where customers send their.friends" Open nightly tii 9 p.m. 01.0 IS 231,SOITI - Jk. II - 482-212l Did You Know: 1-80937-USA1 OLDS CIERA is most trouble free car made in:America j. D. Powers i ii I