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June The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Od sse of the Mind Jasper teams cOmpete at world finals competition Two Odyssey of the Mind teams from Holy Family School, Jasper, recently returned from world finals competition held at Walt Disney World in Florida. They earned the right to compete by winning first place in their division at the Indiana Odyssey of the Mind tournament. Odyssey of the Mind is a cre- ative problem solving competi- tion for students. Every school year, participants are given five problems. During the school year, teams select a problem and their work includes writing scripts, building sets, and mak- ing costumes and props. The final production must offer their solution to the problem. The cost limit is $100. One of the Holy Family teams, with students in grades three through five, created and pre- sented a performance about an advertising agency commis- sioned to make a TV commercial about a nutritional product. This team consisted of Ben Werne, Lisa Campbell, Chelsea Ruxer, D.J. Hansel- man, Whitney Gutgsell, Joiaathan Wittmann and Blake Brosmer. They performed against state champi- ons from 47 other states and teams from nine other countries. They finished ninth. They were coached by Sally Werne, Jeanne Campbell and Laura Ruxer. The other Holy Family team had stu- dents in grade six. Their problem was entitled "Pageant Wagon." Team mem- Chelsea Ruxer, Lisa Campbell, Ben Werne, D.J. Hanselman, Jonathan Wittman, Whitney Gutgsell and Blake Brosmer are Odyssey of the Mind participants from Holy Family School, Jasper. Continued from page 1 tity necessarily involves a close bond with the local bishop and a special relationship between the school's theology faculty and the teaching authority of the church, the pope said. "It is sometimes said that a university that acknowledges a responsibility to any communi- ty or authority outside the rele- vant academic professional associations has lost both its independence and its integrity," Pope John Paul said. "But this is to detach freedom from its Spedai Jubilarians Dow and Agnes (Lorey) Apple of Jasper will celebrate their sixty- fifth wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 5:30 p.m. June 27 at St. Joseph Church, Jasper. A family dinner will follow. They were married June 27,1933, at St. Benedict Church, Evansville. Benedictine Father Hoppenjahns officiated. They are the parents of two children: Nancy Larkin and Gerald Apple, both of Jasper. They have seven grandchildren, and 11 great- grandchildren. Mr. Apple was the owner and operator of Apples' Shell Service in Jasper until he retired 20 years ago. Mrs. Apple is a homemaker. CORRESSELL, INC. HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION Commm - Industrlal Pasldential Alan Corressell 426-1440 object, which is truth." Questions regarding a Catholic university's relationship to its local bishop and regarding the requirement that theologians have a church mandate to teach were at the root of the Vatican's 1997 request that U.S. bishops Golden Jubilarians bers included Megan Keusch, Birge, Katie Birge, Danielle Ashley Olson, Neat Brassard Nicholson. They finished s Their coaches are John Keusch. Carrie Birge, front row, Katie Birge, Megan Olson, Danielle Patterson, second row, Andrew Neal Brassard are Odyssey of the Mind participants Family School, Jasper. rewrite their guidelines for implementing Val norms for Catholic higher education. Groups of U.S. bishops in Rome for their "ad limina" vis- its in 1998 have said that the implementation of the Vatican norms contained in the 1990 Marinus and Ardella (Laake) Weyer celebrated their fiftieth wed- ding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving June 14 at St. Fer- dinand Church, Ferdinand. A dinner for family and invited guests was held at the St. Anthony Community Center, followed by an Open House. They were married June 12,1948, at St. Fer- dinand Church. Benedictine Father Edwin Miller officiated. They are the parents of four children: Diane Hurst of St. Anthony, and Dennis Weyer, Larry Weyer and Mark Weyer, all of Ferdinand. They have 13 grandchildren. Mr. Weyer retired from farming in 1988. Mrs. Weyer retired from Marian Heights Academy. Shetler Storage Evansville, Indiana 812-421-7750 document "Ex ("From the Heart Church") has been a their of the Education. Pope John paul, about Catholic secondary schools, church's education "cannot be Lord's mandate Gospel to all nationS. "Catholic edu cation only to communicate also to transmit prehensive vision said. "In a cultural climate i moral norms are oftOa to be ence," the pope schools have a play in leading the eration to realize consists above all to respond to the the truth." SYNTHETIC JANET M. AMSOIL J M sal RR 2 Ph: 812- completeP Over DAVIES HWy. 4n. I Ed. L. Lee Mortuary 101 North Meridian Street Washington, IN 254-3612 III I I I