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May 17, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana i Around the Diocese 7 0000iiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii0000!!iiii00i00iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iliiii!!ii A farewell in Washington The Washington Catholic com- munity will be sponsoring a farewell Mass and reception for Sister Joseph Louise English S.P. ilili!iiii!ii!i! >:+:::\>\>: Additions, appointments at St. Mary s Additions and promotions at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, include: Ronald Helms, supervisor in Reimbursement/Cost Accounting; '- Sharon Keys, assistant director of Patients Services for Food and Nutrition Services; Cathy Murphy, clinical in- structor in Intensive Care; Carolyn Oatis, medical technologist educator. Happy Birthday! Father Albert Scheller of Mary Help of Christians Church, Mariah Hill, celebrates his birth- day May 20. Father Raymond Schroering celebrates his birthday May 21. Father James Brune of St. John ' Church, Daylight, celebrates his birthday May 22. Father John Kane of St. Ferdi- nand, Ferdinand, celebrates his birthday May 24. Anniversaries of ordination Priests in the Diocese of EVansville celebrating anniver- Saries of ordination to the Priesthood include: Father Carl Kunkler, Pro- Vidence Home, Jasper, May 21; T Msgr. Thomas Clarke, Holy rinity Pro-Cathedral, Vansville, May 22; R Msgr. Charles Schoettelkotte, egina Pacis, Evansville, May 22; Father James Brune, St. John Church, Daylight, May 22; Father Frank Renner, St. Joseph Church, Jasper, May 22; Father Albertus Lutterbach, St. Joseph Church, Bramble, May  23; Father James Blessinger, Sacred Heart Church, Vincen- FOR COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE FISCHER ELECTRIC INC. RT. 1 ST. ANTHONY Buehlers I.G.A. "The Thrifty Housewife's Source of Savings" QUALITY FOODS, MEATS HUNTINGBURG Compliments Nass & Son Inc. FUNERAL HOME Huntlngburg, Ind. ::.::: and Sister Mary Denise Foley S.P.. The Mass begins at 1 p.m. Sun- day, May 19, at St. Simon Church, Washington; the recep- tion will follow in the Patrician Room. RON HELMS !00:ii!ii!iii00!!!!ii/;ii!i!i!iiii/0000;ii0000!iS:ili!i/:i: ............... . ........... r] Sister English began her duties as principal of Washington Catholic High School in 1968. In 1973, St. Mary's and St. Simon's schools consolidated and Sister English was appointed superintendent of the iiiii!iiiiiii!!ii!i!i!i!iiiiiiii/iiii!ii!i!iii!i!i;iiiiii!iiiiiii;i!iiiiii ! SHARON KEYS Washington Catholic schools. In addition to her ad- ministrative responsibilities, she has taught math, religion and shorthand. Sister Foley started teaching at Washington Catholic in 1971. She has taught religion, algebra, English and speech. She also served as assistant principal at the high school. The sisters' address is: Sisters of Providence, 109 N.E. 2nd, Washington IN 47501. Happy Birthday! Charlotte Bennett, principal at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, celebrates her birth- day May 20. Martha Render, principal at St. James School, St. James, celebrates her birthday May 21. Honors, awards at MH Academy Seniors at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand, who will be receiving academic honors diplomas awarded by the State of Indiana include: Colleen Doher- ty, Jennifer Ellison, Rochelle Foss, Rita Gandhy, Rory Gill- ingham, Christine Machicao and Saluja Varghese. Presidential academic fitness awards will go to Rosemary Walker, Saluja Varghese, Christine Machicao, Zuleika Aizpurua, Jennifer Ellison, Col- leen Doherty, Rory Gillingham, Lisa McDaniel, Joy Pettid, Erum Mirza and Diane Nasrallah. Kindergarten recycling Kindergarteners at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, have collected 4,962 pounds of glass and 473.5 pounds of aluminum in their recycling efforts. Penj00al ,visits St. Ben s students Lt. Jeffrey Flick visited Donna Halverson's sixth grade English class at St. Benedict School, Evansville. He thanked the students for their ards, letters and treats during his seven month stay in Saudia Arabia. Flick also answered the students' questions about weapons, the procedure for cap- turing prisoners, what he did in his spare time and where he slept. He described the climate and water availability in Saudia Arabia. Flick is the son-in-law of Gerry Adams, principal at Memorial High School, Evansville, and Elaine Adams, a teacher at St. Benedict. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication date. CATHY MURPHY CAROLYN OATIS nes, May 23; Father Edward Schneider, St. Francis Xavier Church, Poseyville, May 23; Father John Schipp, Holy Family Church, Jasper, May 23; Father Theodore Tempel, St. Theresa Church, Evansville, May 23; Father Roman Heerdink, Vincennes; May 26; Father James Hill, Evansville, May 26; Father Joseph Clanss, May 26; Father Patrick Foster, Holy Spirit Church, Evansville; May 26; Father William Deering, diocesan director of worship, May 26; Father August Busch, German .,uraerlcan Bank We Make Friends For Life JASPER, INDIANA PHARMACY SHOPPING CENTER HWY 50 EAST WASHINGTON, INDIANA 254-4960 or 254-2274 Evansville, May 26. Father Timothy Tenbarge, St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell, May 26. James Bethel Gresham award Diane Bender, an Evansville at- torney, recently won the Evansville Bar Association's James Bethel Gresham Freedom Award. Bender is a member of the In- diana Catholic Conference Board. Please send information for PEOPLE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication date. I NAAB CONSTRUCTION Co. Inc. Construction Management MARK NAAB 203 Moran Dr. 882-8209 Vincennes, IN 882-8035 May crowning Stephanie Gries crowned Mary during the May Day ceremo- ny at Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Russell Baehl served as her escort. The May Court included Krista Maurer, Jerry Rainey, Lori Coomes, Chad Ritzert, Lisa Mills, Matt Mul- herin, Vicki Spahn, Marc Halbig, Angie Kempf, Matt Wargel, Becky Titzer, Chad Epley, Amy Will and Jack Parker.