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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana tebook Auction nets over $100,'000 The first annual Auction and Cash Bonanza netted over $100,000, according to Glenda Ossenberg, director of develop- ment for the Evansville Catholic Interparochial High School Board Proceeds will go to both Evansville Catholic high schools. The event was highlighted by a drawing for a 1996 red Neon, do- nated by Audubon Chrysler; C.H. Miller was the winner. Over 546 attended the event. "It was an enthusiastic crowd," Os- senberg said, adding, "They had a good time there." Principal Sister Ma' Celestin meets individually with students at least once during the year to talk about their academic progress and goals. Good Shepherd School staff, teachers, students, parents and parishioners worked together to renovate the school during the summer of 1994. In 1995, the Good Shepherd Student Council contributed $100 to the Oklahoma City Catholic Charities. Each year, Good Shepherd School participates in Operation City Beautiful by recycling alu- minum cans and batteries, pro- meting litter awareness, and planting flowers. second annual priests from the Cri Stur, Fischer, third row, Brandi ckl Mur, 100 reasons Good Shepherd teacher Joyce Rietman recently put to- gether a list of"100 Reasons We Are Proud of Good Shepherd School." Here is a sample: Students contributed hun- dreds of cans of food to the Little Sisters of the Poor and the St. Vin- cent de Paul Society at Thanks- giving time. Enrollment at Good Shepherd Happy Birthday! Dennis Bradley, principal at the three Washington Catholic Schools, celebrates his birthday May 7. JoAnn Layman, principal at St. James School, St. James, celebrates her birthday May 9. Media Fair Joey Hayden won first place in the Media Fair at St. Matthew School has increased 79 percent in School, Mount Vernon. Susan A ,NCE SERVICE I seven years, d t h EHoehn captured second place, an d i  Uto! Home! Fire & Life! "" 1" ur Persnal Service Aent 2m n Diocese . - Will Ins. Agency Inc. ( : nklin Street - 425-3187 TAW B=shop's IL ELECTRONICS, INC. annwersary of ordination COMPUTERS, NETWORKS, SALES & SERVICES Bishop Gerald A. Gettelfin- D tlt,.,,,.., .,_ INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS PARTS ger, fourth bishop of the Diocese ,,,,.^7!" INSTALLATION., TRAINING & REPAIR of Evansville, was ordained to Vll LOCAL & WIDE , the priesthood May 7, 1961. REA NETWORKS LANTASTIC NOVELL  " UNIX- ZENIX 812-425-1100 2121 NORTH BEDFORD AVENUE i: E io.-_ VANSVILLE, IN 47711 .r-IVING THE TRI-STATE SINCE 1977 ., AAS & SONS, INC.  i ,EXcavating & Trucking Ia | btic .Zin9 "Trenchin .Stone ,,Gravel ,,As halt SY=[em & W g P ./%. ater & Sewer Lines .ResJdenbal and Commercta 768-6450  FAX 812-768-5518 Larry at 768-5806 Mark at 867-7789 Tom at 768-5009 i NATIVITY'S MMER SOCIAL .rSy, Friday, & Saturday ii:L .. IVlQy 16 17, & 18 ii:"[ r The 'Entire Family[ 3aY .............. Chicken Dinners I ' v . ,Chicken & Roast Beef Dinners p,,,,, ,en,,,:. ,ch Id  ',,'rl 4:30-7 pm In Cohhilio  NAv.rI'Y Happy Birthday! Father Theodore Tempel, pas- tor of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, celebrates his birthday May 3. Msgr. Roman Vollmer, a re- tired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his birthday May 6. He resides at Villa Maria, 1640 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Angelo Quadrini, a associate at Providence Home in Jasper, celebrates his birthday May 8. Anniversaries of ordination Benedictine Father Gregory Chamberlin, pastor of St. Bene- dict Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 2, 1965. Benedictine Father Edward Linton, associate pastor at St. Benedict Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 4, 1991. Father non Zgunda, pastor of St. Mary Church, Washington, was ordained a priest May 6, 1977. Father Mark Kurzendoer- fer, chaplain at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, was or- dained a priest May 8, 1981. He resides at the Faculty Residence, 1500 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Wilfred Englert, pas- tor of St. Joseph Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 9, 1986. Deacon anniversary Richard Preske, pastoral as- sociate at Holy Rosary Church, Evansville, was ordained a dea- con May 9, 1981. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations m couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, cel- ebrating wedding anniversaries: Irene and nellie Lampkins, 52 years; Irma and Julius Bender, 54 years; Dee and Mary Mat- tingly, 56 years; David and Elsie Grant, 50 years; Elvera and rdlmr Gode 50 year Chrmce Paul Hussmann, Eric Anger- meier, Jeff Hardin, Ashley Weinzapfel and Brooke Martin all tied for third place. Class winners included Susan Hoehn, eighth grade; Ashley Weinzapfel, Jeff Hardin, sev- enth grade; Joey Harden, sixth grade; Eric Angermeier, Simon Hoehn and Paul Hussmann, fifth grade. Poets Jeremy kmk, Dana Heerdink and Sarah Rietman, students at St. Benedict School Evansville, ll have their poems published by the Arts Council of)uthwestcrn In- diana. Art show Daniel Armstrong, a second grader at Resurrection School, Evansville, won first place in the Freedom Festival Student Art Show. Andrea Schnur, also a second grader, placed third. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann tlughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.ra. the Friday before publication. and Lucy Mitsdarffer, 44 years. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: John and Earlene Hohler, 45 years; Robert and Irene Lueken, 41 years; Hilbert and Bernadine Schnell, 47 years; Leonard and Elizabeth Hoppenjans, 41 years; Lawrence and Bernice Humbert, 48 years; Wilfred and Mary Ann Gehlhausen, 52 years; Vincent and Ruth Lechner, 43 years; Charles and Gerry'Seifert, 46 years; Ernest and Mary Bickw- ermert, 46 years; James and Flora Stenftenagel, 47 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIO- CESE to Mary Ann Hughea, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 477N. The deadline for copy i8 D a.m, the Friday before pub. lication.