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v me 26, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 DOROTHY STECKLER ,.r Dorothy ]eckl l b .... er, to ce e rate Adolph and Mary Lou Schultz. 46 years: Kelvin and Katherine Bennett. 46 years: Ray and Dorothy Schmitt. 52 years: John and Amelia Dewig, 67 years; Frank and Aileen Hillenbrand. 42 years. Pharmacy program Karen Ashworth, a 1991 grad- uate of Mater Dei High School, Evansville, has been accepted into the, School of Pharnmcy at Purdue University. She is the daughter of Dave and Vicky Ash- worth. Brescia graduates i Robert Voilmer, a member of I anniversary St. Clement Church, Boonville, I " a native of Evansville, lege in Owensboro, Ky. tle re- | Celebrate her sixtieth an- ceived a Bachelor of Arts degree |Sary of religious life with a in ministry formation. |]bS of Thanksgiving at 1 p.m. | 28 at St. Mary Church, Ih,esville A recepti'on will be Indiana History ' [!,fro; 2 to'7 p.n,. in St. , / :y s Cafeteria" Day Contest " lle J F. Thomas . Twenty-sevenstudents from * l{) Memorial High School, Evansville, participated in the 1 ndatlon awards Indiana History Day Contest in i11 tl tents at Good Shepherd [, Evansville, who received F. Thomas Foundation I s include: t ick Lodato, scholastic ar ; ]ty Rietman, humanitarian v , Je'Ssica Winterman, scholar- Ward , ' vement  iaria Peter ach,e bpy Birthday! .ther Mi hael Hamel a .q c , ,' ;an Driest on leave cele- .,q[ , e his birthday July 1. Indianapolis. Members of the Group Perfor- mance Division received first place. The students are Elaine MacNeilly, Jill Soltysiak, Raysha Rashidian, Jane Wire- berg and Carmelita Dominguez. Tricia Arvin, ]ames Bockting and Karen Mangia receive first place in the Group Project cate- gory. Lucas Amodio was awarded second place in the Individual Performance segment and Dori- anne Schutte won second place for her historical essay. Five Memorial juniors were Memorial named alternates. They are , . Michael Maier, Glen I, anguished Muehlbauer, Scott Fisher, James erVice award Warner and Joseph Dickinson. tir.rY Ziemer received the Dis- Memorial's lShed Service Award from tU *fiends and Alumni Associ- Academathon i at Memorial High School, "lSville. | ii 'aange of address 'llher Ear mitt a mined n',. " , 1 Sch ,' ' ", I!tasan priest, has a new ad- |,,_3:26(1 Shawcraft Road Jettevilh,, N.C 28311. I  tncil 9 i rd members I it: ,,;acre Heart ilerie Grumieaux, An- te Sievers, Phillip Pierpont UOmas Blair are the newest of the parish council at ;drSHeart Church, Van- 'uh S. I :i. Jl I :I'q LeS Niehaus Jr. is now serv- tl  ! the Catholic School Board i aiue Curry and Margy ',rt are on the Religious Ed- "ti a Board. n  Liversaries High School, Evansville, hosted an Acade- mathon for sixth, seventh and eighth graders. Participating schools included Good Shep- herd, Holy Redeemer, Holy Rosary, Resurrection, St. Bene- dict and Westside Catholic Con- solidated School, all in Evansville: St. Bernard School, Rockport; St. James School, St. James, and St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh. First place winners included: Jay Sheth, Holy Rosary School, science; Frank Komar, Holy Rosary School, social studies; Alena Stransky, Holy Rosary School, English; Kurtis Knapp; St. James School, math. Jay Sheth of Holy Rosary was the overall winner, with most ques- tions answered correctly. The first round of the super quiz on Current Events was won by St. Bernard's team and the second round was won by Holy Rosary's team. I'! '' ph ,t. Jose Please send information for I gt, gratulations to couples at AROUND THE DIOCESE to | hl] ieph Church, Evansville, Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, |l ',eting wedding anniver- P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN m. , hawrence and Valeria 47724. The deadline for copy is |! [ok, 54 years; Harry and 9 a.m. the Friday before I UY .Loelae. ,51 ,,y,e.ars; ,publication ...... .,,,.,,,.:. ,. ," I Second graders at St. Mary Church, Huntingburg, who received their First Commu- nion May 3 are, front row, from left, Jennifer Schepers, Jill Daunhauer, Kadie Hartke, Mallory Gasser, Melissa Wilson, Janelle Merkel, Shannon Rohling, Lisa Lanman, Beth Ann Merkel, April Nalley, second row, from left, Muriel Schellenberger, catechist, Timothy Copple, Brandon Frick, Joshua Houchin, Scott Rauscher, Bryan Tanner, Eric Hayes, Jesse Hall, Matthew Siddons, Christina Meyer, Veronica Humbert, catechist, third row, from left, Erin Bueltel, Ryan Kays, Paul Mathies, Chase Uebeihor, Bradley Ernst, Michael Schneider, Douglas Burbank, Kyle Spinner, Justin Luker, Mitch Fenne- man, fourth row, from left, Car01 Libbert, catechist, Karla Stetter, Tracy Wendholt, Emily Rauscher, Amanda Hess, Amanda Kemp, Jessica" Gasser, Ashley Jochum, Julie Harris, Amanda Sattler, Linda Vogler, catechist, fifth row, from left, Dorothy Olinger, catechist, Sister Imelda Maillette, D.C., catechist, Hannah Beadles, Brock Flamion, Kyle Humbert, Matthew Fehribach,,Joshua Alles, Travis Mogan, Adam Sollman, Brad Tretter, Willie Sounders, Father Pins Klein, O.$.B., pastor, Kellyn Snyder and Sister Catherine Madigan, D.C. Howard Dotterweich is not pictured. ..... II I II II I I I II I I I I MOrtuary I 101 North Meridian Street I