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30, 1993 urus during National Li- rWeek, St. Benedict School was transported pro-historic times, thanks efforts of three volunteer Rachelle Gore, Bar- and Mary Wathen working since January Library Week capture their stu- the theme "Be A and then they The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 covered the school's windows and walls with 1,300 paper di- nosaurs. Each class adopted a four-foot dinosaur, dinosaur cookies were served last Men- day, and students were encour- aged to dress up as pre-historic characters last Friday. During the week, science teachers focused their classes on dinosaurs, the students partici- pated in poster contests and painted dinosaur t-shirts, and the kindergarten students made spe- cial hats. "We've been planning this since January," Gore said, "and we've spent the last three weeks, day and night, working on it." During the week, the students were challenged by their princi- pal, Jeff Yando, to read 1,000 books. He promised that if they met his challenge, he would spend a day in a cave. They read 1,300 books. Happy Birthday! Dennis Bradley, principal at Washington Catholic High School and Middle School, cele- brates his birthday May 7. JoAnn Layman, chief adminis- trative principal at Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville, celebrates her birth- day May 9. State finalists Aaron J. Couture and Anthony Kuhlman, both students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, were finalists in the Indiana Citi- zen Bee. Division I Members of the concert choir at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, earned a Division I rating for a performance of three sacred compositions at a vocal contest at Harrison High School, Evansville. i!iiiiiiiiii:i;: ltges for a day Adam Carrico, Brooke Stros- nider, Julie Hilderbrand, Craig Wilson and Katherine Beck served as pages in the Indiana House of Representatives on April 5. They are students at Washington Catholic Middle School, Washington. Winning poets Sadie Crofts, Katie Mull, Matt Hoon, April McCormick, Lynsey Hart, Jackie Tillman and Crystal Kirsch have been invtied to read their poems at the 1993 Ohio River Festival for the Arts. They are students at Westside Catholic Consolidated Intermediate School, Evansville.  Week, he :promised to :spend aday goal' The students read 1,300 books causing Yando, Geography Bee at Precious Blood Michael Paar, the son of Mike and Cathy Parr of Jasper, is the winner of the geography bee at Precious Blood School, Jasper. Matt Healy, the son of Daniel and Karen Healy, was the run- ner-up. Spelling bee at Precious Blood Andrea Hopf, the winner of the spelling bee at Precious Blood School, Jasper, placed sec- ond in the Dubois County spelling bee. She is the daughter of Gary and Kathy Hopf. Participants in the Precious Blood spelling bee included Michael Pear, Laurel Woods, Ginger Gramelspacher, Matt Gehlhausen, Dora Scraper, Joshua Peter, Brandon Vogler, John David Pant, Nick Hoffman, Rachel Birk and Chris ttealy. Kayla ttoehn and Allison Larty are winners in the Earth Day poster and essay contests sponsored by General Electric. They are both students at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon. Science Fair winners at St. Joseph Twelve students at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, re- ceived ribbons and awards at the Tri-State Science Fair. Sixth grader ]ennifer Baum- gart received third place and See SCHOOL pae 11 Happy Birthday! Msgr. Roman Vollmer, a resi- dent of Villa Maria, Evansville, celebrates his birthday May 6. Ordination anniversaries Father David Rabenecker, O.S.B., associate pastor of St. Benedict Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 4, and Magdalene lahn, 54 years; Wilfred and Armella Hopf, 47 years. Card Shower at Sacred Heart Parishioners at Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, participated in a Card Shower for Catherine Weinzapfel and Marie Cooper- smith, both who turned 90 in 1991. April. :  JOSEPH G. HEAD Father non Zgunda, pastor of St. Mary church, Washington, ilad was ordained a priest May 6, Anniversaries Stalled 19.. Father Mark Kurzendoerfer, administrator of Holy Angels at St. Theresa |...s. Church, New Harmony, was or- Congratulations to couples at Oly[e dained a priest May 8, 1981. suseP I G. Head was installed Father Wilfred Englert, associ- St. Theresa Church, Evansville, ate pastor of St. John the Baptist celebrating wedding anniver- 4Pt'aCalY te durin ceremonies Church, Newburgh, was or- saries: Julius and Irma Bender, nr q 2 :al/M at the Ahenaem of dained a priest May 9, 1986. 51 years; Steve and Elenora Ill,iris: an! St. Mary's Seminary Bitchier, 41 years; Dee and Mary Mattingly, 53 years; David and , l'laad'i aati, Ohio. Deacon Elsie Grant, 47 years; Paul and  at -; s a second-year seminar- Ute Athenae __ Alice Condi, 42 years. rof C. . m. He is the ,. ..rles and Doris Head of anmversary of vlile and a 1981 ,raduate Richard Preske of Evansville Anniversaries I v_ afar Dei Hi h School Vile g , was ordained a deacon May 9, Iishop celebrates riVersarv of diation" A. Gettelfinger. of the Diocese of Was ordaim,.d a priest 1981. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at tolv Family Church, Jasper, cel- ebrating wedding anniversaries: Lawrence and Marie Voagerl. 46 vtars; Linus and Rosella Lech- her, 45 years; Linus and Rose- mary W|gand, 40 years: Albert at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Jim and Margaret Morris, 45 years: Leo and Betty Mehling, 46 years; Albert and Virginia Jones, 50 years; Irene and Jim Brown, 55 years: Sylvester and Loretta Stofleth, 49 years: Ruth and Catarlie Holtz, 44 yours. I [I WANTED! 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