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7 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Valley, CA 92223. Father Patrick Foster, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Jasper, was ordained a priest May 26, 1956. Father William Deering, pastor at St. Bernard Church, Gibson County, and Blessed Sacra- ment Church, Oakland City, and diocesan direc- tor of worship and the RCIA, was ordained a priest May 26, 1956. Father August Busch, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest May 26, 1956. He resides at 5221 New Harmony Rd., Evansville IN 47720. Father Timothy Tenbarge, pastor of St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, was ordained a priest May 26, 1973. Father Paul Roos, pastor of Mary Help of Christians Church, Mariah Hill, was ordained a priest May 27, 1961. Father Albert Scheller, pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Church, Vincennes, was ordained a priest May 27, 1961. Father Ralph Schipp, chaplain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 27, 1965. He resides at 856 S. Lom- bard, Evansville IN 47714. Father William Wargel, pastor of Holy Redeemer Church, Evansville, was ordained a priest May 27, 1965. Father Kenneth Betz, pastor of St. Mary Church, Ireland, was ordained a priest May 27, 1965. Vincentian Father Glennon Figge, chaplain at Seton Residence, Evansville, and part-time chaplain at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evans- ville, was ordained a priest May 29, 1955. His addressis Mater Dei Provincialate; 9400 New Harmony Road; Evansville IN 47720. Father Kenneth Walker, adjutant judicial vicar in the diocesan Tribunal, was ordained a priest May 29, 1981. He resides at St. John the Baptist Church rectory in Newburgh. Father James Rogers, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, was ordained a priest May 30, 1939. He resides at 801 N. Shortridge Rd., Apt F4, Indianapolis IN 46219. lOUS education students at St. Joseph share their thoughts and faith through side- Holy Week. They are Jenny Hirsch, Kier- Pfaff, Laura Berger and Megan Treat .... in Celestine has been formed at St. Peter Celestine to handle questions regarding a new to Father Robert Bultman, pastor. t with questions like: What we afford? Where should we build it? we hire?" members will be traveling to other parishes in the last couple of years to Hasenour, chairperson, Dale Knies, Bob Schnell, Dave Schmitt, Cindy Padgett, Glen Schepers and Glenn Fromme. of ordination a retired priest of the Diocese of priest May 26, 1956. He resides at+ nter, 39100 Orchard Avenue, Cherry Benedictine Father Camillus Ellspermann, pastor of St. Henry Church, St. Henry, was ordained a priest May 30, 1950. Msgr. Carl Shetler, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evans- ville, was ordained a priest May 31, 1947. He resides at 104 E. 35th St., Jasper IN 47546. Father Joseph Swartz, pastor of St. Matthew Church, Mount Vernon, was ordained a priest May 31, 1975. Happy Birthdayl Father Gordon Mann, pastor at St. Martin Church, Chris- ney, and moderator at St. Nicholas Church, Santa Claus, cel- ebrates his birthday May .30. Benedictine Sister Mary Terence Knapp, pastoral life coor- dinator at St. Nicholas Church, Santa Claus, celebrates her birthday May 30. Pride Eric Collins, Tanice Hughes, Kendra Jones; Ashley Gee and Andre Thomas have received Scholastic Achievement awards from Pride, an organization which works primarily with minority students. They are all parishioners at SL John Church, Evansville. Twenty-six youth members of St. Joseph, Precious Blood and Holy Family churches, Jasper, pose for a group picture during their 24-hour fast-a-thon in March. During their fast, they listened to speakers and a food drive was held. fly the Catholic of Cor- as WCES Since 1990, Ele- degree from She will be for an M.A. tion this Ben's major changes School, to Benedic- Sensmeier, will be , under the guidance of parishioner Carol Burns. By the beginning of the school year, each teacher will have a new corfiputer in his or her classroom, Sister Sensmeier said. "Administrative software pack- ages will streamline and centralize many record keeping responsibli- ties." She said that the first floor of the old school building will be replaced this summer, "thanks to the gen- erosity of the St. Benedict Bingo Association." News Bowl The fifth grade News Bowl team at Westside Catholic Consolidat- ed School, Evansville, recently received a state rank of ninth out of 26 Indiana fifth grade teams. They scored 206 out of 612 teams in the country. Members include Abby Werne r, Ryan Perkins, Tara Yellig, Drew Jenkins, Sammi Morrow, Alise Echele and Whitney Oliver. The sixth grade team of Eric Hamilton, Katie Reising and Jor- dan Baer received a state rank of ninth out of 74 sixth grade teams. Their national rank is 238 out of 581 teams. Patrons' Club Denny and Jane Guletz are incoming presidents of the Patrons' Club at Memorial High School, Evansville. John and Judy Carter are vice- lene Boutwell are treasurers. Student Council Deanna Wade, Sarah Bishop, Mark Taylor, Ashley Muensterman, Matt Loehrlein, Annie Weber, Sam Moore, Ethan Mayer and Megan Schneider are May representatives on the Student Council at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Resignations Carol Mesker, Phyllis DuPont, Shirley Stern and Amy Malone are resigning their positions as teach- ers at St. Bernard School, Rock- port, at the end of the school year. Red Ribbon Sarah Bartley has won her school's Red Ribbon poster contest. Her entry will be submitted for competition at the county level. She is a fifth grader at St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon. Vernonica Bradford and Lois Schmitt are second place winners. Essay contest An essay by Katie Lannert, a stu- dent at Resurrection School, Evans- ville, has been chosen in the Mid- west District Civitan essay contest. Operation City Beautiful Fourth graders at Westside presidents; Mike and Becky Carter Catholic Consolidated School, +are secreturies,'and'Tn .ha Cba ,Ek spent-a, week olteci paper for recycling. They collected 324 pounds of paper, which was taken to the Wesselman Park Recy- cle Center. English Squad The English Squad at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, finished as area champions in Class II and state finalists. Members include Meg Liffick, Jennifer Barnes, Abby Johnson, Jennifer Reffett and Rachel Sam- met. Laura Knapp and Sarah Hamilton served as alternates. Award winner Angela Dickson of SL Anthony has won the President's Award and the Sister Generose Kohn award. The awards were presented during an assembly for students at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand. Writers Chad DeWig and Kristen Schap- ker, students at Corpus Christi School, Evansville, are first place winners in the writing contest held by the Evansville Vanderburgh Public Libraries. Ashley Bradford and Amber Ferrari are second place winners, and James Caputo, Phillip Fischer and Nicole Sheridan placLl third. A new computer Students at Holy Spirit School, Evansville, have won a new com- puter for their school through their efforts at the annual Doctors' Day Program. Japanese teacher Maki HL    at West- side Catholic Comollda_ud School, Evansville, how to made paper hats using odsamL