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lust 26, 1994 The Message --for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 : i i,  : i  !  i ii i   i :i: i ,  : :ii: /i i ( :  :  i l , , Theresa will be two new coordi- at St. Theresa Church, this fall, according Eugene Schroeder, Pam Goergen will be coor- the RCIA program for Key will have the re- of coordinating all ministers for Mass. will have the responsibility and sched- all the lectors, ushers, eucharistic ministers cantors. Birthday! Francis Allega, pas- of St. Thomas Church, celebrates his birth- it. 1. pas- of St. Joseph Church, celebrates his birth- 2. Charles Koch, Judi- Vicar in the diocesan Tri- celebrates his birthday 4. years; Urban and Leona Per- sohn, 56 years; Roman and Alice Hentrup, 40 years. Ministry members at Holy Family New members of ministries at Holy Family Church, Jasper, include Dan Brassard, administra- tion and finance. Laura Ruxer, Harry Hut- ton, Phil Schmidt, Ann Nicholson, Catholic Education. Jane Seng, communica- tions. Mary Ann Birk, Betty Keusch, Jeff Knies, Sylvester Merter and Dean Miller have been appointed as directors of the Holy Family Catholic School Foundation for three-year terms. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Evans- ville, celebrating wedding an- niversaries: Don and Margaret Appler, 48 years; Harold and Agnes Baehl, 45 years; Paul and Dolores Fonner, 45 years. Nativity Council Members of the new Parish Pastoral Council at Nativity Church, Evansville, are, from left, first row, Pat Heinig, Judy La Rocca, Jo Schaeffer, second row, Mark Scheller, Norm Hagan, Janet Davis, Pat Woolen, Jim Schmidt, Warner Crook. Unavailable for the photo was Leah Parker. The council members, who will serve three-year terms, were se- lected during a five month discernment process. Eight alternates were also selected by the parish. in Anthony Kissel, a of the Diocese of Evans- was ordained a priest 1, 1973. John Boeglin, pastor IIoly Family Church, was ordained a priest 1, 1978. and Monica (Hopf) will celebrate their wedding anniversary la Mass of Thanksgiving at m. Aug. 28 at Precious Church, Jasper. Father Kane will officiate. A din- immediate family and in- guests will follow the Mass Jasper K of C; an Open St. Mary&apos;s Parish Council The newest members of the Parish Council at St. Mary Church, Washington, include Mark Brochin, Elizabeth Browning, Jewell Hancock and Barbara Emmons. Celestine's Sodality New officers of St. Anne's So- dality at St. Celestine Church, Celestine, are Norma Schnell, president; Ellen Senninger, vice-president; Virginia Schep- ers, treasurer, and Annette Schepers, secretary. Nancy Schroering, Virginia Breitwieser, Angle Helming and Stephanie Betz are mem- bers of the entertainment corn- ae will be held from 2 to 4 mittee. ' The couple requests no Sacred Heart's iiversaries Summer Social Holy Family Parishioners at Sacred Heart Church, Evansville, raised to couples at $25,685.96 from their Summer Family Church, Jasper, wedding anniver- Social this year. Jerry Kirchoff s: Maurice and Marie was chairman and Skip and 48 Lawrence Tami Seaman were co-chair- Streicher, 46 persons. INSURANCE SERVICE Auto! Homer Fire & Life! Your Personal Service Agent L. Will Ins. Agency Inc. W. Franklin Street 425< MARIAN DAY SCHOOL is accepting enrollment in Grades 1,2, and 3 An Outstanding School for Students with Special Learning Disabilities CLASSES ..... INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION LIMITED OPENINGS For further information call Linda Montejano at 422-5346 Board of Education Jim Peregoy, Cindy Smith, Mike Elpers and Sandy Her- tel are the newest members of the Board of Education at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. Mater Dei's Student Council This fall, Ingrid Maier begins her duties as the 43rd mayor of Mater Dei High School, Evansville. Jim Schroeder will be judge and Nichole Vick will be clerk. Councilpersons at-large will include Haley Stewart and Melissa Kiefer, senior class; Alicia Rupert, junior class, and Amy Frey, sophomore class. ......... M a S " Fire & Safety Equip. Co. Inc. Over 25 years sales and service in the Tri-state 670 E. Franklin 424-3863 |1 i i i ii ii i ii i  Peoples /rust Company SOUTH MAIN STREET P,O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 4744" 1 iiii i i i ] i i ii ,1] i iiii iiii i ii RESTAURANT SPECIALIZING IN DELICIOUS GERMAN FOOD PRIME RIB CHARBROILED STEAQK COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN SEAFOODS SALAD BAR BANQUET ROOM FOR PRNATE PARTIES mRALL YOUR C4TEm NEE C4LL [ 482-2640 ]  Student council Ferdinand resident Kim Ebert will serve as student council president at Marian Heights Academy, Ferdi- nand, this school year. Memoriars Student council Eloiza Domingo will serve as student council president at Memorial High School, Evansville, this school year. Katy Muehlbauer is vice-presi- dent, Shawn Timberlake is secretary, and Katie Kattmann is treasurer. ii I I Technology Committee Benedictine Sister Mary Celestin Maurer, Tom Peake, Marian Trapp, Bruce Trip. pet, Diane Sellers, Patty Woolen, Tracy Unfried, Dick Schuler, Ruth Ann Hall, Tom Ubelhor and Doug Kales are members of the newly-formed Technology Committee at Good Shepherd School, Evansville. The committee will be respon- sible for developing a long-range plan for the purchase of new computer hardware and soft- ware. Please send information for SCHOOL NOTEBOOK to Mary Ann Hughes, The Mes- sage, P.O. Box 4169, Evans- viHe, IN 47724. il I lil l i i I MILLER & MILLER "A family name you can trust" 424-9274 II II IIIIII I I I IIIII I II I ATTENTION!!! TV VIEWERS No Money Down Receive 50-200 T.V. 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