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_ September 13, 1991 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Around the Diocese 7 Auction at Sacred Heart, Vincennes t)arishimers at Sacred Heart Church, Vincennes, are planning an unusual auction to raise .money for the chur(:h's remodel- ins. Parishioners are offering their services for bid. Services range from English tu- toring to preparing a meal and tuning up a motor. Sacred Heart parishioner Mitch Thais will do- nate a turkey and a lawnmower tune-up. His wife, Judy, has of- fered to bake (:akes, cookies or breads for the holidays. Sister Carol Ann Mause O.S.F.. pastoral associate, will Cook a dinner for six; she will also t)abysit. 1)arishioner Lucille Pierpont has vohmteered to cook a spaghetti dinner; her husband, Phil, will do English tutoring. Ann Hulnagel will also do En- glish tutoring or take someone for  shopping trip to Evansville. Her usband, Linus, will give some- one's pet either a rabies or dis- temper shot. The chairpersons for the auc- tion are Mary Brouillette and Norma Slryzinski. Happy Birthday! Father Kenneth Graehler of St. tary Church, Sullivan and St. an of Arc Church, Jasonville, celebrates his birthday Septl 20. Father Robert Kress of San iego, Calif., celebrates his birth- ay Sept. 22. Father Albertus Lutterbach of St. Joseph Church, Bramble, cel- e0rates his birthday Sept. 22. VBS in Loogootee Tim Ringwald, Tom Ringwald, Mary Ringwald, Jennifer Hand, Summer Wade and Heather Hunter take a break from Vacation Bible School activities at St. John Church, Loogootee. Staffing at St. Simon's Susan Fisher is the new secre- tary/bookkeeper at St. Simon Church, Washington. St. Anthony's parish picnic Over 600 parishioners at St. Anthony Church, St. Anthony, attended the parish picnic Aug. 18. Committee beads included Bill Dittmer, Rose Wehr and Adam Wehr. Anniversaries Deacon anniversary at Sacred Heart Michael Morris of St. Peter Congratulations to couples at Church, Montgomery was or- Sacred Heart Church, dained a deacon Sept. 20, 1985. Vincennes, (:elebrating wedding anniversaries: Bill and Millie Pea, 40 years; Max and Norma Carte, 40 years; Hilton and Josephine Heineke, 40 years; George and Helen Halter, 52 years; John and Mary Welsh, 50 years. Men's Club officers at Staff changes at Rivet High School, Vincennes Andy Igel has been named ath- letic director at Rivet High School, Vincennes, according to hr, Art Politz, Vincennes school SUperintendent. Teresa Cox has been named girls wlrsity basket- ball coach and girls tennis coach. Igel replaces Dick Carmichael who has asked to be relieved of his duties as athletir director in order to return full-time to the classroom. "We are very pleased with the Work Dick has done, but are equally pleased to have him back In. the classroom teaching En- glish and journalism," Dr. Politz Said. "We feel Coach Igel will be .able to step in and continue to lrnprove our program. He has enormous enthusiasm and dedi- cation, and a strong will to be SUCcessful.,, ,.Cox, a new member of the lvet faculty, comes from Oak- tend City College where she earned her B.S. degree and was n, gSsistant coach in the basket- v 11 program. She replaces Terry .. ason and Nanette Grumieaux " it" " " ...... s . , . We feel both Tery' and Christ the King Mike Nalin is the 1991-92 president of the Men's Club at Christ the King Church, Evans- ville. Tom Kremer is vice-presi- dent; Jeff Simpson is secretary, and Charlie Dewig is secretary. Please send information for PEOPLE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The dead- line for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Notebook Nane.tte have rendered very ca- pable efforts in our program, but we have made this switch pri- marily to have a full-time teacher as the coach for both basketball and tennis,"' Dr. Politiz ex- plained. Cox will also teach physical education at both Rivet and Flaget. Happy Birthday! Betty Thomas, lead teacher at St. Bernard School, Rock- port, celebrates her birthday Sept. 17. New teacher at St. Benedict Julie Benton has been hired to teach junior high school science to students at St. Benedict School, Evansville. Class officers at Mater Dei New class officers at Mater Dei High School, Evansville; in- c!ude: Senior class -- Mike Knapp, president; Valorie Hirsch, vice- " ptesidehfisarah Ko, Sbt:rdtary; Jeff Bone, treasurer; Junior class -- Amanda Macke, president; Amy Guelting, vice-president; Kathy Rexing, serretary; Angle Schiff, treasurer; Sophomore class -- Greg Schultheis, president; lody Bartlett, vice-president; Amy Luigs, secretary; Mike Baon, treasurer; Freshmen -- Randy Gelarden, president: Kimberly Wildeman, vice-president; Leanna Werner. secretary: Donnie Mosby, trea- surer. Teens for Life at Memorial Officers for the Teens for Life at Memorial High School, Evans- ville, are Monika Diedrich, pres- ident; Gina Goebel, vice-presi- dent, and Julie Rainey, secretary-treasurer. Jim Redman is faculty moderator. Health Science Institute Sean Greenfield and Jesse [ Redman, sophomores at Memo- I rial High School, Evansville, at- tended the first Health Science "See 'SCHOOL page 16 Pre-schoolers Three-year-olds attending Vacation Bible School at St. John Church, Loogootee, and ttreir teachers are Lynn Bateman, Jennifer Kluesner, Judy Butcher, Penny Toy, lackie Divine, Kelli Summers, Brent Brown, Nicole Wininger, Maria Ring- wald, David Charles Strange, Jordan Toy, Caitlia Mattingly, Emily Wickman, Mitch Mathias, Mallary Smith, Josh Butch- er, Allison Burch and Wytney Wagner. PLEASE PATRONIZE MESSAGE ADVERTISERS