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May 19,1995 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 s for Life Collison is president fe in Washing- Miller is vice-presi- Bradley is secre- t(and Erik Gillum is group was 1994, with the help of and Donna include Sandy Hal- Allison, Andrew Mindy Fuesler, Durnil, Melissa ts, Nick Purdue and Happy Birthday! Father James Brune, pastor of St. John Church, Daylight, celebrates his birthday May 22. Anniversaries of ordination Msgr. Thomas Clarke, a re- tired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest May 22, 1934. He resides at the Little Sisters of the Poor in Evansville. Msgr. Charles Schoet- telkotte, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was or- dained a priest May 22, 1934. He resides at the Little Sisters of the Poor, 1236 Lincoln Ave., Evansville IN 47714. Father Felix Preske, priest in residence at Blessed Sacrament Church, Oakland City, was or- dained a priest May 22, 1948. Father James Brune, pastor of St. John Church, Daylight, was ordained a priest May 22, 1948. Father Frank Rennet, pas- tor of All Saints Church, Can- nelburg, and St. Mary Church, Daviess County, was ordained a priest May 22, 1981. Father Edward Schneider, pastor of St. Francis Xavier Church, Poseyville, was or- dained a priest May 23, 1964. Father James Blessinger, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, was or- dained a priest May 23, 1964. Father John Schipp, pastor of Old Cathedral, Vincennes, was ordained a priest May 23, 1964. Father Theodore Tempel, pastor of Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, was or- dained a priest May 23, 1964. Vincentian Father Patrick Harrity, provincial director of the East Central Province of the Daughters of Charity, was or- dained a priest May 23, 1968. Father Joseph Clauss, a re- tired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest May 26, 1956. He resides at Guadeloupe Retreat Center, 39100 Orchard Avenue, Cherry Valley, CA 92223. Father Patrick Foster, pas- tor of St. Joseph Church, Jasper, was ordained a priest May 26, 1956. Father William Deering, diocesan director of worship, was ordained a priest May 26, 1956. Father August Busch of Evansville, coordinator of the Clergy Assistance Pool, was ordained a priest May 26, 1956. He resides at 3110 Bayard Park Drive, Evansville IN 47714. Father Timothy Tenharge, pastor of St. Philip Neri Church, Bicknell, was or- dained a priest May 26, 1973. Father Paul Roos, pastor of St. Martin Church, Chrisney, was ordained a priest May 27, 1961. Father Albert Scheller, pas- tor of St. Vincent de Paul Church, Vincennes, was or- dained a priest May 27, 1961. Father Ralph Schipp, chap- lain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, was or- dained a priest May 27, 1965. He resides at 856 S. Lombard, Evansville IN 47714. Father William Wargel, pas- tor of Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 27, 1965. Father Kenneth Betz, pas- tor of St. Mary Church, Ire- land, was ordained a priest May 27, 1965. Extemporaneous Tony Fehrenbacher, a fresh- man at Indiana University and a Mater Dei High School gradu- ate, finished 24th in Varsity Ex- temporaneous Speaking at the Na- tional Speech Tournament finals. He finished the national tourna- ment as the highest ranked ex- temper from the state of Indiana. Anniversaries at Nativity Congratulations to couples at Nativity Church, Evansville, celebrating May anniversaries: Lyle and Dorothy Greenwell, 41 years; Firman and Gertrude Hagan, 64 years; John and Do- lores Shoemaker, 47 years; Bud and Amanda Waiters, 50 years; Jack and Frances Wathen, 48 years. Volunteer of the Year Dave Buedel, athletic direc- tor at St. Benedict School was a winner in the Education divi- sion for Volunteer of the Year, sponsored by the United Way. 40 years Congratulations to Jim and Eileen Will, members of Resur- rection Church, Evansville, who are celebrating their forti- eth wedding anniversary. Golden anniversaries Congratulations to couples at St. Simon Church, Washing- ton, who are celebrating golden wedding anniversaries: Leo and Ginny Riney, and Dr. James and Willie Barrett. Please send information for AROUND THE DIO- CESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. Washington Auto Trim 27 Years Servic State, State and Jason representing ; High ngton, at State this summer. Lgner and Rachel be WCHS represen- Girls State. at Mater Dei Evansville, have nationals in the Na- League. is a national original oratory. is a national interpre- Pahn is an alternate .national competition m Florida in June. i'S Team ce ribbons were is Greg Meg Lifo Schaefer at the Super Bowl; at Mater Dei , Evansville. ce ribbons went to nbacher, Becky Schmitt, Peter Zabeth Verkamp, aner, Niki Hem- a Kiefer, Emily Werner. Music awards Wendy Rainey and Jim Griese, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, are this year's recipients of the Arion Music Awards from the Downtown Kiwanis. Patrol honors Ken Smith, a seventh grader at Good Shepherd School, Evansville, has been chosen as patrol person of the quarter. Math at Resurrection April was Math Month, and at Resurrection School, Evans- ville, students participated in a school Math Contest. Winners in- clude the following students. Kindergarten: Zachary Bit- tner, first; Frank Fabiano, sec- ond; Lauren Hoefling, Adam McDaniel, Gary Tepool, third. First grade: Adam Gilles, Daniel Armstrong, Jessica Grabert, first; Kyle Tieken, All Raben, Adam McKinney, Tyler Bittner, second; Justin Haag, Logan Schiff, Kayley Will, Adam Wolf, third. Second grade: Philip Wein- zapfel, first; Lauren Pfister, second; Marie Schiff, third. Third grade: Derek Her- mann, first; Matthew McKin- hey, second; Joseph Schenk, third. Fourth grade: Nathan Weinzapfel, first; Thomas Un- fried, Joey Kiesler, Melissa Sehnur, second; Melanie Knapp, third. Fifth grade: Jessica Fulk- erson, first; Nicole Zirkel- bach, second; Lyndsey Sitz- man, Logan Riggs, third. Sixth grade: Nick Beach, first; Dax Miller, second; Amber Haag, third. Seventh grade: Nick Wein- zapfel, first; Laura Knapp, second; Julia Schenk, third. Eighth grade: Michael Backes, first; Megan Baum- gart, second; Micheile Zirkel- bach, Brittny Wannemuehler, Andrea Werner, third. Top designs Josh Weiland, Jordan Kieth, Kaci Wittmer, Tony Morell and Matt Miller were winners in the Thrifty Nickel Design-An-Ad contest. They are students at St. Benedict School, Evansville. Musicians Kati Bennett, Mallory Bray, Maria Casaletto, Nick Casaletto, Ashley Doepker, Sydney Patterson, Katy Quirk and Lindsey Sandefur. Wedding Specialists Any Event. Any Music Millions Entertained Since "1974" 812-482-1266 or 1-800-363-0383 Ask For Vour Free Brochure students at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, each re- ceived four superior ratings at the recent Indiana Federation of Music Clubs at the University of Evansville. Alex Bies received three supe- rior ratings, and Amber Lock- wood and Beth Polin each re- ceived two superior ratings. Poets Heather Coon and Jennifer Rittenhouse, students at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, read their poems during the Ohio River Arts Fair. Track at Resurrection The track team at Reaurree. tion School, Evansville, re- ceived first place overall, first place juniors boys, and first place junior girls in the Mater Dei feeder league. .... I III II I I I IL[L II III I I II  I ., ToPs. sat covE,s, ao^T covE,s ! s'rE,m SALES ,00ST^L00TmS 254-3943 HWY 50 EAST, BEHIND UPS CENTER EUGENE WELP, OWNER i iliil I i i i 1 I II ,  _