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0000Ferdinand Benedictines celebrate golden anniversaries l0ur Benedictine sisters of the !0 .astery Immaculate Concep- !. m Ferdinand celebrated the eth anniversary of their reli- P0us profession on June 9. They re Sisters Corita Hoffman, I Mehling, Mary Carmel fl and Mary Carmen Spayd. l]enedictine Father Matthias U man presided at the Eu- :"aristic celebration in the c00urc00 00ooo00ictino i" Maria Tasto was the l] t. fiister Corita Hoffman, a of Schnellville, Ind., is of Leo and Anna B Hoffman. Her father UeCeased; her mother, 94, n Jasper. She entered nastery from Sacred lhurch, Schnellville, in ae made her final pro- 1949 irement in 1993, SR. CORITA Sister Corita has served at the monastery as a tour guide, switchboard assistant, and driver for other sisters. During her years of active ministry, she taught at ele- mentary schools in Hunting- burg, Evansville, Mariah Hill, St. Anthony, and Mount Ver- non. From 1961 to 1971, she IPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE : Auto! Home! Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent Jal ntes L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. -,Franklin Street 425-3187 SR. BEATA SR. MARY CARMEL SR. MARY CARMEN was on the faculty of Mater Dei High School, Evansville. She was director of religious education at St. Francis Xavier Church, Poseyville, from 1975 to 1990, a position she also held at St. Ferdinand, Ferdi- nand, and Sacred Heart, Schnellville, parishes. She taught religion at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdinand. Sister Beata Mehling, a na- tive of Ferdinand, is the daugh- ter of the late John and Ida (Schum) Mehling. She entered the monastery from St. Ferdi- nand Church in 1944, and made her final vows in 1949. Sister Beata currently serves as home coordinator for handi- capped adults at Lark Commu- nity House in Siberia, where she has been since 1992. She taught at St. Theresa and Marian Day School, Evansville, and Madonna Day School, Memphis. From 1974 to 1992, she served as principal of Mar- ian Day School. Sister Mary Carmel Spayd, a native of Mariah Hill, is the daughter of the late William and Theresa (Brenner) Spayd. She entered the monastery from Mary, Help of Christians Church, Mariah Hill, in 1944. She made her final profession in 1949. Sister Mary Carmel is cur- rently sacristan and flower gar- dener at the monastery. She previously taught at Marian t]eights Academy, and Mater Dei High School, where she was principal fi'om 1967 to 1981. She also served as administrative secretary at the monastery and then as director of development for the Sisters of St. Benedict. Sister Mary Carmen Spayd, a native of Mariah Hill, is the daughter of the late William and Theresa (Brenner) Spayd. She entered the monastery from Mary, Help of Christians Church, Mariah Hill, in 1944. She made her final profession in 1949. Sister Mary Carmen currently works in the monastery vocation office part time and is flower gardener and laundry assistant. 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