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1995 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 ocese Sisters Anita Cathryn Francis Kiefer will monastic profes- Monastery Immacu- Ferdinand, on Gerald A. Gettelfin- the main celebrant at laristic celebration at in the monastery ne Sister asher will be the reception will be held in Madonna Hall. Sister Lowe en- tered the monastery in 1987, and pro- fessed her temporary vows in 1989. She has been the assistant communi- ANITA cations di- E rector for the Sisters [ict since 1990. In will begin duties manager at Academy in received her bachelor's de- gree in 1987 from Brescia College. Sister Salla en- tered the monastery in 1987. She is a nursing as- sistant at the monas- tery infir- mary and a student at Indiana SISTER CATHRYN University FRANCIS SALLA Southeast. She re- ceived her bachelor's degree in 1988 from Brescia College. Sister Kiefer en- tered the monastery in 1989. She has been a grant writ- er for the Sisters of St. Bene- dict; in mid-June, SISTER MARY she will ETTA KIEFER begin a new posi- tion as secretary for the diocesan Office of Communications. She attended Otterbein College. Master's degree Joseph Hoang of the Dio- cese of Evansville has received I Notebook the Master of Arts degree from St. Meinrad School of Theology. Danny Lutz of Boonville also received the Master of Arts "degree, and Thomas Cici Jr, of Evansville and Sister Ruth Doane of Ferdinand received the Master of Theological Stud- ies degree. 1995 Achievement Award recipient MELISSA MOEHLENKAMP Melissa Moehlenkamp is the winner of the $10,000 1995 Achievement Award, presented annually by the Auxiliary at St. Mary's Medical Center, Evansville. Moehlenkamp is the daughter of Doris Moehlenkamp of Evansville and a 1995 graduate of Mater Dei' High School, Evansville. The Achievement Award is given to a child of a St. Mary's em- ployee who has attained commu- nity and scholastic distinction. Anniversaries of ordination Father Donald Spaulding, pastor of St. Raphael Church, Dubois, was ordained to the priesthood June 15, 1957. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, celebrating wedding anniver- saries: Robert and Lucy Arabs, 40 years; John and Jeannine Summers, 41 years; Charles and Rita Young, 42 years; Bernard and Mary Ellen McNallin, 44 years; George and Marcella Fritz, 55 years; Orville and Viola Schroeder, 46 years; Linus and Rosalie Streicher, 45 .years; Charles and Laverne Schuck, 46 years; Alphonse and Veronica Henke, 61 years; J. Pat and Frances Clery, 49 years; Cletus and Alberta Boehm, 48 years; Roman and Armella Hochgesang, 54 years; Urban and Frieda Hohler, 48 years; Roman and a at Washington School, Wash- Spent this year vis- Eastgate Nurs- as part of an Adopt a 'ogram begun by WCHS religion agner, coordinator. visit their adopted once a month, the time to serve during the year. said of the pro- to go to Eastgate I like talking to try to learn wisdom. Hinkle is his because she re- noted that many of residents said they lad had the opportu- With the elderly in school. 'adley said, "The us just as much as , principal st gh School, .Was recognized as mg Kiwanis Spon- tanding Faculty the Key Club ntion. received her original ora- l, and Frances a certificate for ) vice-president. laefer, a student lligh School, t'ived first place in the annual essay contest for ,sophomores at Mater Dei and Memorial high schools. The contest is sponsored by the Msgr. Springier Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. Mater Dei student Niki Hem- mer placed second, and Memo- rial student Whitney Smith re- ceived third place. "Liberty and Justice for All" was the topic of the essay. Academy Ambassador Gretchen Schlomer, a Hunt- ingburg resident, has been named as a 1995-1996 Marian Heights Academy Ambassador. As an ambassador, she will act as a hostess for prospective stu- dents and their families during visits; she will also conduct tours of campus facilities. She is the daughter of Gayle and Cletus Schlomcr. 1,737 books During the 1994-95 school year, students in grades three, four and five at Precious Blood School, ,Jasper, read a total of 1,737 books. As a reward, the students were treated to a movie at the Astra Theater. Earth-wise The Penny Social at Christ the King School, Evansville, had an "Earth-wise" theme, according to Helene Hunter, principal. The goal was to "create an increased awareness of the environmental concerns that students (and their families) face today," Campus recognition Eleven Catholic schools in Evansville have been recognized for campus beautification efforts by Operation City Beautiful. The schools are Christ the King, Corpus Christi, Good Shep- herd, Holy Spirit, Resurrec- tion, St. Benedict, St. Joseph, St. Theresa, Westside Catholic Consolidated schools, Mater Dei High School and Memorial High School. Tennis Congratulations to the girls' tennis team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, for win- ning the Evansville Sectionals. Regionals Sarah Knapp, Theresa Gar- rand and Jennifer Harris, members of the track team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, have advanced to regional competition. Second place Members of the tennis team at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, placed second in City competition. Art Show at St. Benedict Students from six Catholic schools participated in the Fifth Annual Invitational Student Art Show at St. Benedict School, Evansville, this May. Kyle Lueken, a student at St. John the Baptist School, New- burgh, received the Best of Show award. Other awards win- ners included: Good Shepherd School, Evansville: Nick Durchholz, first; Jamie Arvin, Matt Set- tles, Allison Presley, honor- able mention. St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh: Kyle Lueken, best of show, Allison Cook, first. Holy Redeemer School, Evansville: Aaron Schnur, Alice Hardesty, second. Holy Rosary School, Evansville: Elizabeth Fracier, second; Maren Bray, Kevin Stofleth, honorable mention. " St. James School, St. James: Benny Faraone, sec- ond; Michelle Langton, third. St. Benedict School, Rosemary Kerstiens, 48 years. 45 years Congratulations to Alber and Mary Margaret Dollahan of Vincennes, who will cele- brate their forty-fifth wedding anniversary on June 11. They were married June 11, 1950, at St. John Rectory in Vin- cennes. They are the parents of two children, Patricia Cary of Vincennes and Daniel Dollhan of Hanson, Ky. Anniversaries at St. Theresa Congratulations to couples at St. Theresa Church, Evansville, celebrating wedding anniversaries: Dave and Margie Schellhase, 52 years; Elgan and Edna Turner, 44 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The dead- line for copy is 9 a.m. the Fri- day before publication. Evansville: Matt Miller, Shca Perkins, first; Dbn Wahn- siedler, Kate Wfllt Andrea Jef- ferson, third; Lauren Stephanus, Missy Tate, Leila McReynolds, honorable mention, Student Council Matin Brayn, Mike Fiedler, Adam Flowers, Kelly Kremer, Paul Pastora, Michael Polin, Carrie Spear, Kelly Swartz, Martin Well and Ting-Ting Wu will serve on the student council next year at Holy Rosary School, Evansville. Academic All-City Ingrid Maier, Jill Spahn, Andrea Boots, Jim Schroeder, Chris Maynard, Randy Gelarden and John Werner, students at Mater Dei High School, Evansville, have been named to the 1994-95 Aca- demic All-City Team .....