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r 6,1994 I __ page 7 3 division by five of the six squad and placing second e0nd place went to 8toltz, Leanna Loretta Werner, Verkamp and Missy members of the Fehrenbacher, ion, Elizabeth Stoltz and were awarded for their first place in Science. in Social Studies is Spahn, Tony Loretta ephen Schaefer squad, whose Couture, :el, Jill Fehren- cky Schenk and recorded an im- place victory, post- Score than any of COmpeting squads area schools. Aaron Kiefer and The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 1 1 Emily Liffick posted a first place for the English squad. The Interdisciplinary squad composed of Aaron Couture, Tony Fehrenbacher, Loretta Werner and Peter Stoltz outscored its nearest competi- tor.. German awards Mater Dei High School ju- niors Leanna Werner and Mark Decamps were honored for their achievements in the German language by the Germa- nia Maennerchor. Both have re- ceived cash awards based on tests administered by Germania last month. First prize Students in Jill Seemann fourth grade class at Precious Blood School, Jasper, have won first place in the elementary division of the First Solid Waste District Oscar Reusable Trash Contest. Oscar stands for "Out- standing Students Create Art Resourcefully. INSURANCE SERVICE , Auto! Home! Fire.& Life! IOur Personal Servme Agent L. Will Ins, Agency Inc. St:eet 4253187 Miller & Miller Colonial Chapel Supports the Knights of Columbus MEMBERS b ernie Miller Gerald Miller Jon Miller Greg Betz Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Service MANAGER for ELESS SHELTER in social services and/or man r 5 yrs practical experi necessary Send resume with Work experience and personal s to: i Ozanam Family Shelter 1100 N. Read Street Evansville, IN 47710 ATTENTION: Bob Hayden ;>i No Phone Calls INSURANCE AGENCY 464-5993 Medals Amy Brockman and Viola Coulter, students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, have received medals for their performances on the 17th annual American Clas- sical League/National Junior Classical League Latin exam. Coulter, the daughter of Mer- lin and Marva Coulter of Washington, received a gold medal with her perfect 40 score. Brockman received a silver medal by scoring 36 out of 40 on the exam. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- ville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Seder FELDHAUS JAMES A NIEMEIER Class of 70 GEORGE P HELFRICH Mater Dei Class of 69 Mater Dei Class of 69 Eagle Scout Jason Gries, the son of Bernie and Darla Gries of Evansville, will receive his Eagle Scout award May 7 at St. Joseph Church, Vander- burgh County. I I "'We support Catholic Education" Odessa Osborne, Andrea Austin, Aimee Byrley and Jessica Brown participate in a Seder Meal at St. Benedict School, Evansville. iiii AUTO TOPS . SEAT COVERS . BOAT COVERS STEREO SALES & INSTALLATIONS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP OWNER i SCHNEIDER HEATING & A/C, INC RESIDENTIAL" cOMMERCIAL. INDUSTRIAL 118 W FRANKLIN STREET EVANSVILLE IN 47710 24 HR. SERVICE (812) 428-2665 JEFF SCHNEIDER Kevorkian o ourselves God when and how ve should die The case