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2 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana June 7, 1991 I Vincennes students prove to be Good Samaritans Rivet principal. "That week, the period between the acci- dent and the death, was a key part of planting time and they needed to get the crops in." The Vincennes Catholic schools provided the buses and students, teachers and families traveled to the farm both days of the weekend to plant melons, tomatoes and peppers. "I was so pleased at the Christian action on their part," Politz said. "I look at whether a school is measur- ing up to Catholic education and then look at how the kids went out and did hot, hard labor. I likened it to the Good Samaritan. "We complimented our kids on their splendid act of charity. It was of great assis- tance to the Keller family, and it also showed a lot about them (the students}." Politz added that he is "filled with hope. It shows what can be done. There is a good spirit here. By MARY ANN HUGHES Message staff writer When Matt Keller's son, Matthew, was 'critically in- jured in a car-train accident on May 14, the community of Vincennes took a collective breath. Matt Keller is a science teacher at Rivet High School; he was Rivet's nominee for the 1991 Teacher of the Year award. His son, Matthew, was a Rivet graduate and a junior in secondary education at Purdue University; he was planning to follow in his fa- ther's footsteps as a science teacher. Matthew died from his in- juries May 18. The day he died, students from both Flaget Elementary School and Rivet High School went to the Keller farm north of Decker to volunteer their time and help with the plant- ing. "The Kellers have a melon farm," explained Art Politz, Special Jubilarians Raymond and Catharine (Will) Breivogel of Haubstadt cele- brated their seventieth wedding anniversary with a family dinner May 26. They were married May 24, 1931 at Assump- tion Cathedral, Evansville. They have four children, Anna Jane Greubel, Mary Jo Rexing, Shirley Haley and James, all of Haubstadt, 20 grandchildren, and 34 great-grandchildren. They are the founders of Breivogel Electric and retired in 1987. Spring Fix-Up Time at Ha u bstadt Carpet . Carpet at "Sale" prices . Vinyl floor covering Custom-made wood cabinets Wallpaper- 30% Discount Benjamin Moore Paints on sale now Hwy 68 -- Haubstadt, Indiana 768-6983 Students from Flaget Elementary School and Rivet High School in Vincennes spent a week- end working at the Keller farm, following the death of the son of Rivet High School teacher Matt Keller. Principals, assistant named for Washington Catholic Schools, St. Theresa School, Mater Dei By MARY ANN HUGHES at Old Bridge School District implementing youth ministry Message staff writer in New Jersey. His duties in- programs. cluded hiring personnel, She currently is the princi- Principals have been hired scheduling athletic events, pal of St. Ann School in Mor- for the three Washington and preparing a school athlet- ganfield, Ky. From 1986 to Catholic schools and for St. ic budget of over $250,000 a 1990 she taught at St. Joseph Theresa School, Evansville, year. School.in Madison, Tenn. In and an assistant principal has His previous experience 1986, she taught at Bishop been named at Mater Dei also includes working with Byrne High School in Mem- High School, Evansville, ac- the Kansas City Royals Pro- phis, Tenn., and from 1984 to cording to Phyllis Beshears, fessional Baseball Club, and 1986, she was the Youth Min- director of schools with the Keansburgh Board of istry Coordinator at St. Rose School assignments in- Education as supervisor of Church in Murfreesboro, clude: physical education, health Tenn. William McKeon, princi- and drivers education, and as pal of both Washington athletic director. He has also She has a master of educa- Catholic Middle School and worked as a deputy sheriff tion degree in educational ad- Washington Catholic High and as a professional baseball ministration and supervision School. player in the Braves organiza- from Trevecca Nazarene Col- Fonda Joyce, recently tion, both in Boston and Mil- lege in Nashville, Tenn. She named superintendent of the waukee, has a bachelor of science de- three Washington Catholic gree in elementary education schools, will also become He has both a master's and from Middle Tennessee State principal of Washington bachelor's degree from Seton University in Murfreesboro. Catholic Elementary School Hall University in New Jer- Harrington, currently the this fall. sey. He has 30 credits beyond Dean of Students at Mater Mary Karen Riordan has the master's level and he is Dei, has been named assistant been named principal at St. certified as a teacher, supervi- principal in charge of disci- Theresa School, Evansville. sor, vice-principal and princi- pline, according to Herb Debra Harrington has been pal. Neighbors, Mater Dei princi- named assistant principal at Riordan of Morganfield, pal. Mater Dei High School, Ky., has been named princi- Evansville. pal at St. Theresa School, Harrington served as chair- McKeon, incoming princi- Evansville, for the 1991-92 person of the seven-member pal at Washington Catholic school year. She is replacing steering committee when the middle school and high Sister Christine Kempf O.S.B. school applied for accredita- school, spent from 1980 to who becomes principal at St. tion from North Central Asso- 1990 with the San Diego Matthew School, Mount Ver- ciation of Colleges and Padres Professional Baseball non, this fall. Schools. Club. He was a Major League Riordan has one year's ex- She taught health and Scout and his duties included perience as a school principal physical education at Mater coverage of American and and she has 15 years of class- Dei from 1978 to 1989. She National League teams and room experience. She has has a master's degree in advisement on Major League served as coordinator and fa- health and physical educa- trading, cilitator of a program for chip tion from the University of From 1971 to 1983, he dren from divorced families Evansville and a bachelor's served as a Board of Educa- and she spent three years in degree from Eastern New tion Supervisor of Athletics lay leadership organizing and Mexico. 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