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seph, l_nd- !hurch k St., petting )y the Holy 1 :, with l.m. to owl or y. Fes- 0 and September 19, 1997 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 7 Appalachian Mission Trip Parishioners from St. Agnes Church, Evansville, traveled to Grayson, Ky., this summer for the second annual Appalachian Mis- sion trip. During their visit, they put the "finishing touches" on a house which was constructed during the previous year, according to Dean- na Goossens. Jobs included paint- ing, trim work, plumbing and cleaning. "Our group was the first to actu- ally stay in the home, which is being used for transitional housing for fire and abuse victims." The trip was "valuable tool to building community among St. Agnes youth and adults." Participants included Jessica Cummings, Nicole Dressel, Karl Nurrenbern, Leah Hoffman, Mark Hoffman, Janet Hart, Marie Kohut, Shirley Clements, Patti Grannan and Dick Grannan. Happy Birthday! Father Robert Kress, a priest of the Diocese of Evansville, cele- brates his birthday Sept. 22. He resides at 2845 Hikes Lane, Unite 102, Louisville KY 40218. Father Joseph Clauss, a retired priest of the Diocese of Evansville, celebrates his birthday Sept. 27. He resides at Guadeloupe Retreat Cen- ter, 39100 Orchard Avenue, Cherry Valley, CA 92223. Father Philip Kreilein, pastor of St. Ferdinand Church, Ferdinand, celebrates his birthday Sept. 28. Father Donald Spaulding, pas- tor of St. Raphael Church, Dubois, celebrates his birthday Sept. 28. Deacon anniversary Donald Haag of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Petersburg, was ordained a deacon Sept. 24, 1983. CYO Tract Senninger is president of the CYO at St. Peter Celestine Church, Celestine. Kent Sander is vice-president, Ryan Klem is secretary, and Angle Betz is treasurer. Anniversaries at Holy Family Congratulations to couples at Holy Family Church, Jasper, cele- brating September wedding anniver- saries: Lawrence and Martina Stre- icher, 49 years; Denny and Joan Schroering, 40 years; Ralph and Pearlene Spayd, 40 years; Roman and Alice Hentrup, 43 years; Don- ald and Helen Jacob, 41 years; James and Marge Block, 42 years; Jerome and Clara Stretcher, 43 years; Vic- tor and Elizabeth Friedman, 59 years; Ralph and Albertina Marks, 55 years; Clarence and Emma Wilmes, 50 years; John and Bertha Brames, 52 years; Peter and Helen Mehringer, 58 years; Franklin and Frieda Kunz, 51 years; Odilo and Clara Fromme, 59 years; Ralph and Elfrieda Mehling, 42 years; Leroy and Bonnie Fleck, 40 years; Charles and Lenora Miller, 43 years; Robert and Dorothy Mathies, 43 years; Lawrence and Matilda Loechte, 61 years; Dennis and Naomi Hochge- sang, 44 \\;,ears; Norman and Romona Lindauer, 50 years; Leroy and Mary Fuhs, 50 years. Parish Council Tony Foltz, Tom Heeke, Bernie Knies, Randy Stemle, Connie Betz, Vic Betz, Darren Verkamp, Terry DeKemper, Dave Ernst, Bill Hochgesang, Joe Hochgesang, Kevin Knies, Leon Wehr and Jenny Butler are members of the Parish Council at St. Peter Celes- tine Church, Celestine. Anniversaries at St. Joseph Congratulations to couples at St. Joseph Church, Vanderburgh County, celebrating September wedding anniversaries: Jenny and Herbert Langner, 51 years; Anita and Joseph Rexing, 50 years; Made- line and Carl Rexing, 49 years; Doris and Charles Head, 47 years; Mary and Joseph Mayer, 46 years; Rosie and Irvin Jost, 41 years. Please send information for AROUND THE DIOCESE to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. The deadline for copy is 9 a.m. the Friday before publication. Back to school Anna Michel and Nancy Hall prepare ice cream sundaes during a Back to School Sundae Party sponsored by the Booster Club at Holy Cross School, Fort Branch. Wade Funeral Home 119 S. Vine Street, Haubstadt, IN 768-5210 Call about pre-need counseling. Robert J. Wade Alan J. Wade k/OUR FAMILY PHARMACY Please Support Message Advertisers Stratman's Pharmacy City-Wide Delivery 413 Locust Street John and Judy Stratman 425-5293 Oak Hill Pharmacy Prescription Specialists Hwy. 62 end N, Welnbach Ave. LARRY SCHULTHEIS, Prop. 425-4422 ._L ......... ./,,., ,_,,,,,%, PAUL'S PHARMACY Paul Mayer, Owner 2345 W. Franklin St. 425-4364 Plaza Pharmacy Newburgh Plaza Shopping Center Fast Prescription Service Ken and Rebecca Hacker 853-7141 1 ii i ii i i i School families at Christ the King The students at Christ the King School, Evansville, are being put into "school families" by their prin- cipal, Joyce Rietman. A "school family" will consist of an eighth grader who will be head of the family, and 10 or ll younger students from various grade levels. "Families will meet monthly dur- ing the school day for special pro- jects and activities. The 'family' idea builds self-esteem among older stu- dents and fosters school unity and spirit. "It will put older students in a leadership role and give everyone an opportunity to interact with stu- dents of different ages." Schqol Board at WCCS Tim Dick is president of the School Board at Westside Catholic Consolidated School, Evansville. Annie Groves i; vice-president, and Shannon Schentrup is secre- tar Tim Wagner, Sara Kemmerlin, Chert Wannemuehler, Beth Slaton, Ken Mesker and Tom Steinback are also School Board members. September representatives , The Student Council at SL Joseph School, Vanderburgh County, will consist of one repre- sentative from each class. The group will meet weekly to plan and discuss school activities. Each class representative will be on the coun- cil for one month. The September representatives include Kacie Spaetti, Kaitlyn Goad, Jacob Schneider, Emily Mandel, Haley Wandtke, Tim Weber, Andrew Niemeier, Remy Montejano and Emily Freeman. Donation The 1997 graduating class at Res- urrection School, Evansville, has donated "tables for the pre-.hool and stoves for the practical arts room" from their class treasury, according to Judy glankenberger, principal. Student Co.all at St. Benedict Brian Locker, Jacie Perkins, Terra Macken, Jenny Kayse Jes- sica Vowels, Emily Hayden, Amanda Wolf, Clint Kern, Mark Radel, Brad DeHaven, Erin Meyer, Jaclyn Riffert, Melanie Browning and Katie Stephens are members of the Student Council at St. Bene- dict School, Evansville. Clay and creetivity Tara Knust, a freshman at Memorial High School, Evansville, uses clay to learn about the writing process. She is a student in Sandy Lasher's class. Lasher explains that her stu- dents comparisons between "writers and sculptors allowing them to learn first-hand that writing is a difficult process involving many steps." Their finished products will serve as reminders that "good writers are not born, they are made," Lasher said.