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10 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana September Enrollment Continued from page 1 hundred-and-thirty-six students comprise Memorial's freshman class, and there are 240 sopho- mores, 193 juniors and 196 seniors Rivet Middle School and Rivet High School in Vincennes have a combined enrollment of 222 stu- dents. One-hundred-and-six stu- dents are in grades six through eight and 116 students are in grades nine through 12 at Rivet. There are 25 freshmen, 39 sophomores, 29 juniors and 23 seniors. Flaget Elementary School in Vincennes has a student enroll- ment of 288. Eighty-eight stu- dents are enrolled in the pre- kindergarten program and 46 students are in kindergarten. There are 40 first graders. One-hundred-twenty-two stu- dents are enrolled at Washing- ton Catholic High School, Wash- ington, including 31 freshmen, 31 sophomores, 33 juniors and 27 seniors. One-hundred-four students are enrolled at Washington Catholic Middle School. There are 271 students enrolled in Washington Catholic Elemen- tary School. Forty-four students are enrolled in the kindergarten program and 30 students are in first grade. This year, 64 stu- dents are in the pre-kinder- garten program. The two Catholic elementary schools in Jasper have a com- bined student enrollment of 428. * Holy Family School has 293 students enrolled, including 26 students in the kindergarten program and 16 students in first grade. The pre-kindergarten pro- gram has 47 students enrolled. * Precious Blood has 135 stu- dents this fail. Twenty-two stu- dents are enrolled in the kinder- garten program and 22 students are in first grade. Catholic elementary school enrollment in Vanderburgh County includes the following: • Christ the King School, Evansville, has 301 students enrolled, including 25 in kinder- garten and 34 in first grade. Twenty students are in the pre- kindergarten program. Joyce Rietman is the new principal at Christ the King. • Corpus Christi School, Evansville, has 180 students enrolled, including 19 students in first grade. There are 21 stu- dents in the kindergarten pro- gram. • Good Shepherd School, Evansville, has 283 students enrolled. Thirty-eight students are in kindergarten and 46 stu- dents are first graders. • Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, has 281 students enrolled. There are 24 students in kindergarten and 28 students in first grade. Kathleen Serges- ketter is the new principal. • Holy Rosary School, Evans- ville, has 433 students enrolled. There are 38 kindergarten stu- dents and 48 first graders. • Holy Spirit School, Evans- ville, has 189 students, includ- ing 25 kindergarten students and 25 first graders. Donna Halverson is Holy Spirit's new principal. • Resurrection School, Evans- League football play begins Special to the Message BY THOMAS J. JONES The Memorial grade school football feeder league kicked off its twenty-ninth season with a jamboree Sept. 8, at Memorial High School, Evansville. In the first half, Holy Rosaw/St. John played St. Theresa/Good Shepherd: Darren Dutay of Holy Rosary/St. ,John scored three touchdowns: he scored on two run- ning plays of 35 and 68 yards, and added a pass from Brett Cooper for 40 yards. Team mate hmie Croce .ored the final touchdown on a 22- yard run. St. Theresa/C)od Shep- herd scored on two running plays of 40 and 41 yards. A third touch- - down came on a 40-yard pass fi'om Josh Patterson to Nathm Pitt. The final score was 24 to 18, in favor of Holy Rosary/St. John. In the second half, Christ the King/Holy Spirit went up against St. Benedict/Holy Name. A 56- yard scamper by Brian Locker of Christ the King/Holy Spirit led to a 6-0 win. Regular league play gets unde'ay on Sunda3; Sept. 15. In the first contest. Holy Rosary/St. John will play Christ the King/Holy Spirit at 1 p.m., fbl- lowed by the match-up between St. Theresa/Good Shepherd and St. Benedict/Holy Name. The Flag League, for grades 2, 3 and 4, will also begin its season with St. Theresa/Good Shepherd playing St. Benedict/Holy Name at 1 p.m., tbllowed by Holy Rosary/St. John against Christ the KingIoly Spirit at 2:30 p.m. Dr. Jane A. Hormuth Chiropractic Physician 4004;0Zo4 1 ! 11 S Green River Rd.. Suite 104 FORD MERCURY LINCOLN RUXER FORD - LINCOLN - MERCURY JASPER i 482-1200 ! At/.t'’' Phn u'lfll ph'w,m'e 1201' S. Bennigtlof • Evansville, IN 47714 (812) 477-2233 OLY AMILY ALL ESTIVALI ville, has 282 students enrolled. Thirty-six students are in the kindergarten program and 39 students are first graders. • St. Benedict School, Evans- ville, has 263 students enrolled, including 32 students in the kindergarten program and 24 first graders. This year, there are 20 students enrolled in the school's pre-K program. • St. Theresa School, Evans- ville, has 260 students enrolled, including 30 students in kinder- garten and 27 students in first grade. • Westside Catholic Consoli- dated School in Evansville has 302 students enrolled in grades kindergarten through eight. The pre-kindergarten program has 91 students enrolled. • St. Joseph School, Vander- burgh County, has 158 students enrolled; including 14 kinder- garten students and 21 first graders. St. John the Baptist School, "Newburgh. has 307 students enrolled. There are 44 students in kindergarten and 43 students in first grade. In Gibson County, the four Catholic elementary schools have the following enrollment: • Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, has 106 students enrolled, including 42 students in pre-kindergarten; 10 in kindergarten and 16 students in first grade. • St. James School, St. James, has 135 students enrolled, including 22. kindergarten stu- dents and 13 first graders. • St. Joseph School, Prince- ton, has 89 students including 11 dents and nine first This year's enrollment 30 preschoolers. • Sts. Peter and Paul Haubstadt, has 174 enrolled. There are 21 garten students and 20 graders. The school also pre-kindergarten There are three mentary schools in Pose ty. • St. Matthew School, Vernon, has 115 enrolled. There are 12 kit garten students and 16 graders. • St. Philip School, St. has 279 students enrolled. are 31 students in the garten program and 22! graders. Forty-five enrolled in the pre-kindel program. • St. Wendel School, St, del, has 167 students including 25 first students in the program. There are 136 enrolled at St. Bernard Rockport, this fall, with dents in the kinder gram and 14 first graders. '. ty-nine are in the school's program. There are 101 at Marian Heights Academy/ vate high school operated Benedictine Sisters in Ferdil There are 25 students in the t man class and 27 in the more class. There are 31 and 18 seniors. OLDEST ORIGINAL LOG INN . Built in 1825 for Noon Day Stage Coach Stop & Trading Post OFFICIALLY RECOGNIZED AS THE OLDEST RESTAURANT IN ,INDIANA 12 MILES NORTH OF EVANSVlLL 1 MILE EAST OF'US 41 ON OLD STATE Eat In or Carry out • Chicken & BeefDinners Prom 1 hO0 am to 6:00 pm ?.,ST • $100 Attendance Prize =I. eny Hour Starting at 1:00 pm - 6 pm E,ST must Be lesent To WIN • Grand Raffle $1000 ?trst Pze " • Sunday Masses 6".30, 8:50 add 10:50 am EST FOOD BINQO 40 QUIL'P3 £1SH I)ND   TtTLB SOUP . FLOAT STANDS ' COUNTRY CRAFTS COUNTRY KITCHEN SPLATTER BOARDS MOCK TURTLE SOUl" FANILY ENTERTAINMEHT STAGE COACH STOP .,, Dine in the, Original Log Room that Abraham Lincoln was in -in November ,1844 DINNERS SERVED by Ala Carte Menu or FAMILY STYLE for 4 or More Draught Beer -Wine - Cocktails DINING ROOM SEATING 500 Serving Dinner from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday Closed Sunday and Monday Evansville Telephone 867-3216 GENE and RITA ELPERS, proprietors