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The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 group in Celestine is beginning at St. Peter Celestine g to Father Robert Bultman, pastor. t group will be for any parish member who or wife die," Father Bultman said. informal. We will meet and share with nt to share about the feelings we ;pouse. If a person doesn't want to me to listen." the group is open to all widows and been several years" since the death spouse is a very traumatic event, and g our grief support group." ,! Scheller, pastor of St. Vincent de Paul celebrates his birthday May 20. Schroering, a retired priest of the Dio- tes his birthday May 21. He resides Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Brune, a retired priest of the Diocese of ,22. He resides at Villa Evansville IN 47714. of ordination rdink, pastor of St. Joseph Church, of the Apostolate of the Spanish ained a priest May 19, 1951. t Wannemuehler, chaplain at Deaconess Hos- May 19, 1951. He lives at St. Bona- Evansville. a retired priest of the Diocese of a priest May 22, 1934. He resides at Dr in Evansville. telkotte, a retired priest of the Dio- ordained a priest May 22, 1934. He Sisters of the Poor, 1236 Lincoln Ave., Father James Brune, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest May 22,1948. He resides at Villa Maria, 1640 Lin- coln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Frank Renner, pastor of St. Philip Church, Bicknell, was ordained a priest May 22, 1981. Father Edward Schneider, pas- tor of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Petersburg, was ordained a priest May 23, 1964. Father James Blessinger, pastor of Corpus Christi Church, Evans- ville, was ordained a priest May 23, 1964. Father John Schipp, pastor of Old Cathedral, Vincennes, was ordained a priest May 23, 1964. Father Theodore Tempel, pas- tor of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 23, 1964. Vincentian Father Patrick Har- rity, provincial director of the East Central Province of the Daughters of Charity, was ordained a priest May 23, 1968. His address is Mater Dei Provincialate; 9400 New Harmony Road; Evansville IN 47720. A "Trip to the Keys" was the theme of the Jasper Deanery SPring break retreat for high school juniors held at Camp lllianna in March. The day focuses on helping young people with their decision-making process as they begin making choices for their future. Golden Congratulations to Cletus and Mathilda Rexing, parish- ioners at Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, who are cele- brating their fiftieth wedding anniversary. and Mike Keller of Santa Claus. Anniversaries at SL Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Leo and Betty Mehling, 51 years; Irene and Jim Brown, 60 years; Syl and Loretta Stofleth, 54 years; Paul and Evelyn Baumgart, 50 years; Fred and Betty Dewig, 52 years; Barney and Cather- ine Heathcott, 55 years. Scouting award Joseph Keller has received the annual Msgr. Othmar Schroeder Scout Award. He is a parishioner of Holy Family Church, Jasper, and the son of Darlene Schreiner of Jasper 45 years Congratulations to Richard and Ola Kramer, parishioners at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, who are celebrating their forty-fifth wedding anniversary. Your Desk Desk" project at Sts. Peter and Paul be helping children in Nicaragua, Stewart, principal. clean out their desks at the end of the ' Will be asked to donate their used supplies, pencils, notebooks, crayons, markers and asked to send in 25 cents to help defray the to schools in Nicaragua. find it difficult to keep their children t provides no supplies, and these percent of an average family's $300 a a good way to help others and remind our- are." yl pal at Holy Spirit School, Evans- birthday May 19. pal at St. John the Baptist School, : !i  , Cassie Schentrup and Beth Cardin try to graders at West- ated School, Evansville, were leam- dlsabiities. Newburgh, celebrates her birthday May 20. Martha Render, principal at Westside Catholic Con- soldiated School, Evans- ville, celebrates her birthday May 21. Resignations Diane Hildenbrand and Benedictine Sister Mary Leon Kiesel are resigning their positions as teachers at Holy Family School, Jasper, at the end of the school year. PTO Amy TenBarge is the incoming president of the I"IO at St. Joseph School, Vander- burgh County. Mary Tison is vice-president, Ruth Goad is secretary, and Jane Luigs is trea- surer. Benedictine Sister Jennifer Miller, DRE at Resurrection Church, Evansville, talks with second graders at Resurrection School. They spent a day play- ing games, reflecting and baking bread before their First Communion. State Mark Murray and Brad Scheu, seventh graders at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, have won their category of "Original Computer Cre- ation" at state competition. Their entry, entitled "The Baseball Dream," will be sumitted to the international student media festival. Journalism At the Southern Illinois School Press Ass(x- tion spring conference, Hi-Lights, the student newspaper at Mater Dei High School Evans- ville, received the following awards: Blue banner award for overall excellence; Jennifer Barnes, Seth Weber, Matt Riodran, Richard Morris, Brian Wildeman, honorabl mention; Stephanle Moore and Richard Morris received first and second place for their year- book photography. Richard Morris and Kerri Vowels won first place in news writing and editing. Key Club Autumne Weiland, Jennifer Hubbard and Kristi Anweil- er attended the annual Key Club state convention. They are students at Memorial High School, Evansville. Their club won a third place trophy in their division for achievement, and came in fifth in state in the Club of the Year standings. Book mustrators Hank LaRue, Caitlin Muensterwdm, Jonathan Elder, Anna-Lisa Yeller, Lauren Olivet, Kristin Schapker, Jacob Hoehn. Anna Weber and H.T. Bradford are winne in the book illustration contest at Cotpam Christi Schoo Evans- ville. Signing Second graders in Nancy Kluenser's class at Precious Blood School, Ill,peg, are learning how to sign. Their instnc- tot is Kathy BasrJkoetter.